Icing

A mixture of sugar, butter, and flavorings used to cover a cake and from which decorative, edible designs are created.
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Icing

[game] Icing is a drinking game in which certain individuals or groups of individuals are required to drink a bottle of Smirnoff Ice or any type of Smirnoff Malt Beverage. The game has been featured on CNN Money/Fortune and TNA Impact!, Tosh.0, and ridiculed by Cracked.com, as well as Jirard `Dragon-Rider` Khalil, also known as The Completi...
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Icing

In general, any deposit or coating of ice on an object, caused by the impingement and freezing of liquid (usually super-cooled) hydrometeors. The two basic types of icing are rime and glaze.
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icing

[n] - (ice hockey) the act of shooting the puck from within your own defensive area the length of the rink beyond the opponent`s goal
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Icing

I'cing noun A coating or covering resembling ice, as of sugar and milk or white of egg; frosting.
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icing

icing the puck noun (ice hockey) the act of shooting the puck from within your own defensive area the length of the rink beyond the opponent`s goal
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icing

noun the formation of frost or ice on a surface
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Icing

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Ice • (n.) A coating or covering resembling ice, as of sugar and milk or white of egg; frosting.
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icing

(from the article `ice in lakes and rivers`) ...very cold periods. At other times all the water in a small stream freezes; subsequent inflowing water then flows over the surface and freezes, ...
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icing

(from the article `ice hockey`) Because of the speed and contact, there are many infractions, not all of them having to do with `hitting` penalties. Play is stopped for an offside ...
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icing

a violation which occurs when the team in possession of the puck shoots it from behind the red center line across the opponent`s goal line into the end of the rink (but not into the goal) and a member of the opposing team touches it first; results in a face-off in the offender`s defensive zone; a shorthanded team cannot be called for icing.
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ICING

The forming or depositing of ice on an object. Related term: glaze
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Icing

When the defensive team shoots the puck from behind the red line into the opponent`s offensive zone and across the red goal line, icing is called. The puck is then taken back into the defensive zone for a face off. In some leagues the puck must be shot across both blue lines for icing to be called. The linesman or referee may 'wav...
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icing

A term often interchangeable with "frosting" and preferred in America to describe the sugar-and-water mixture used to decorate and cover cakes. It may also contain other ingredients and flavorings. The word is akin to "ice" for the icing becomes firm or glazed after being applied.
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Icing

A serious hazard where cold temperatures (below about -10°C) combined with high wind speed (typically force 8 or above on the Beaufort scale) result in spray blown off the sea freezing immediately on contact with the ship
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Icing

[aviation] Articles related to the Socialist Party USA ...
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Icing

[nautical] Icing on ships is a serious hazard where cold temperatures (below about -10°C) combined with high wind speed (typically force 8 or above on the Beaufort scale) result in spray blown off the sea freezing immediately on contact with the ship. If not frequently knocked off, the ice can soon build up on the ship`s superstructure to ...
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Icing

[ice hockey] Icing is an infraction in the sport of ice hockey. It occurs when a player shoots the puck across both the center red line and the opposing team`s goal line, and the puck remains untouched. However, it is not icing if the puck is shot from behind the halfway line into the goal, or when the shot must be played by the opposing te...
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Icing

[food] Icing, often called frosting in the United States, is a sweet, often creamy glaze made of sugar with a liquid, such as water or milk, that is often enriched with ingredients like butter, egg whites, cream cheese, or flavorings. It is used to cover or decorate baked goods, such as cakes or cookies. Elizabeth Raffald documented the fir...
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Icing

A serious hazard where cold temperatures (below about -10
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ICING

The forming or depositing of ice on an object. See glaze.
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Icing

When a player from one team shoots the puck from across the red line to and across the opposition
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Icing

The forming or depositing of ice on an object.
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Icing

[store] ==Summary== ==Licensing== ...
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