Icicle

[yacht] Icicle is the name of the largest ice yacht ever built. It was built for John Aspinwall Roosevelt for racing on the Hudson River, New York state in 1869. It was 21 metres (68 ft 11 inches) long and carried 99 m² (1070 ft²) of canvas. The yacht is still, nearly 140 years later, recognized by the Guinness Book of Records as a world ...
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icicle

[n] - a pendent spear of ice formed by the freezing of dripping water
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icicle

A projection from a solder joint, with a conical shape and a sharp point, which is not acceptable even though it does not make contact with another conductor. (Also referred to as a ‘peak`)
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Icicle

I'ci·cle noun [ Middle English isikel , Anglo-Saxon īsgicel ; īs ice + gicel icicle; akin to Icelandic jökull ; confer Gael. eigh ice, Ir. aigh .] A pendent, and usually conical, mass of ice, formed by freezing of dripping water; as, th...
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Icicle

• (n.) A pendent, and usually conical, mass of ice, formed by freezing of dripping water; as, the icicles on the eaves of a house.
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Icicle

In heraldry, an icicle is a charge like a drop or goutte reversed.
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Icicle

An icicle is a pendent, and usually conical, mass of ice, formed by the freezing of dripping water.
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Icicle

An icicle is a spike of ice formed when water dripping or falling from an object freezes. == Formation and dynamics == Typically, icicles will form when ice or snow is melted by either sunlight or some other heat source (such as a poorly insulated building), and the resulting melted water runs off into an area where the ambient temperature is belo...
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icicle

Ice that forms in the shape of a narrow cone hanging point down. It usually forms when liquid water from a sheltered or heated source comes in contact with below-freezing air and freezes more or less rapidly as it flows.
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Icicle

Ice that forms in the shape of a narrow cone hanging point down. It usually forms when liquid water
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