ice floe

  1. a flat mass of ice (smaller than an ice field) floating at sea
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  • The environment in the Antarctic is magnificent with glaciers, icebergs and ice floes on a scale which is awe-inspiring.
  • Maybe their new reporter/commentator, The Killer from Wasilla, could go camp out on an Arctic ice floe and report back to us on how the floe is doin’ sizewize .. Think Progress » Fox Thinks Winter Chill Disproves Global Warming; Experts Disagree
  • The ice floes from the Gulf of Saint Lawrence that swept through the Strait of Canso every year were now blocked on their southward journey, and so they stayed to fill Saint George's Bay on the Causeway's north side.
  • Unfortunately, the ice cracked, leaving Winston alone on his own ice floe, while Wilfred barked on the safe side, trying to encourage him to jump over the rapidly widening crack.
  • While a few savvy anglers carry flares, stoves, and tents, the majority are ill-prepared for hours or days stuck on a drifting ice floe.
  • They are stuck instead for a sunless winter on an ice floe.
  • But I've latterly perked up at a resurgence of his zingier side, alerted by a fellow aficionado to a recent Fashion Diary from Paris, in which he likens Ingrid Sischy, self-described as "triste" and yapping haplessly for Karl Lagerfeld after the Chanel show, to a baby seal stranded on an ice floe. role as a one man Walk of the Town, feeling for the worn seams of the city's public facades that betray its private dilemmas. Emdashes
  • The two month hunt will occur at the birthplace of the seals on ice floes off the Atlantic coast.
  • Two penguins are standing on ice floe.
  • With huge 200,000-strong colonies of little auk thronging the cliffs and shores, kittiwakes next to the cobalt blue glaciers, walrus wallowing in the shallows, Arctic foxes, whales and, of course, one of the ultimate wildlife sightings, the mighty polar bear, frequently seen hunting in its frosty backyard on ice floes. Paul Steele: Photographic Dreams Of The Wild Do Come True
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