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ice pack

noun as in ice bag

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So I set aside my post-op checklist, left unopened boxes of breast pillows and ice packs and stretch pants and button-down shirts stacked in the corner of my bedroom, a memorial to a time when plans meant something.

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There may also have been an insulated lunch bag stuffed with an ice pack, organic sauerkraut, ground flax seed, and wheatgrass powder – my attempt to balance the lack of plant-based food I expected to find in rural Arkansas.

An ice pack will ensure the contents of the bag remain nicely chilled.

Even where the sea is covered with floating ice, there are perceptible currents, and the ice-pack is never at rest.

Every few steps some man would sink into the ice-pack up to his waist and his legs would dangle in slush without finding bottom.

He ran down to the ice edge, and gazed eagerly seaward, but nowhere could he see the ice pack.

In the east the sun was just rising, and the snow of the ice pack sparkled and glittered with wondrous beauty.

In an ice-pack of big hummocks and narrow lanes we made good progress all the summer.


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