semi-subterranean vaulted or domed chamber built to store ice or snow throughout the summer to keep fish, meat etc. fresh. Erected where possible on/in a raised or sloping site to facilitate drainage. Probably the origin of most secret tunnel rumours. On large estates the ice house would b...
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[building] Ice houses are buildings used to store ice throughout the year, commonly used prior to the invention of the refrigerator. Some were underground chambers, usually man-made, close to natural sources of winter ice such as freshwater lakes, but many were buildings with various types o...
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[album] Icehouse was the debut album released by Australian rock Synthpop band Flowers, later known as Icehouse, on the independent label Regular Records in October 1980. The title and the artist are sometimes incorrectly swapped, because the band changed their name from Flowers into Icehous...
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[n] - a house for storing ice
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noun a house for storing ice
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[band] Synthpop| years_active = 1977–present | | label = Regular DIVA Massive Davies and Icehouse extended the use of synthesizers particularly the Sequential Circuits Prophet-5 ("Love in Motion", 1981), Linn drum machine ("Hey Little Girl", 1982) and Fairlight CMI (Razorback trailer, 1983...
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[game] Icehouse is a turnless abstract strategy game invented by Andrew Looney and John Cooper. It was the first of many games played with Icehouse pieces. Andrew Looney came up with the idea for a game played with pyramids in a series of science fiction short stories he was writing; several...
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[song] "Icehouse" is a song by Australian rock band Flowers. It was released as a single in Europe in 1982 by Chrysalis Records from their debut album Icehouse, after the band changed their name to Icehouse. In the United States, the song peaked at number 28 on the Billboard Top Tracks chart...
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[incubator] The ICEHOUSE is a business growth centre that creates learning environments for entrepreneurial firms to enable them to significantly grow their companies. This charitable trust encompasses a business incubator for startup companies, a training company for owner managed companies...
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1) A house for storing ice 2) Cold storage 3) Frigid edifice 4) House 5) Place for cold storage
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Icehouse; Ice house
An underground chamber, sometimes egg- or cylinder-shaped, where winter ice was stored. This would allow the preservation of meat and dairy produce, spirits and wines in the cooled environment all year. They are frequently found in the grounds of country houses and may date from the 18th century at...
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