Cheaters, who would freeze
grapes after they're picked to simulate the process, must call the product something else.
The retail industry and credit bureaus, however, contend that freezes
would mean more hassles for consumers.
With our technology, you can freeze
and send food--good food like Otaru sushi--all over the world.
The water freezes
when it comes into contact with the permafrost at the bottom of the fissure.
Water, for example, freezes
at 0[degrees]C (32[degrees]F).
If the distance from the gate to the extremities of the mold cavity is too great, the metal freezes
prematurely, resulting in misruns.
Its short growing period while it still has leaves gives it natural protection from late-spring or early fall freezes
and wet, heavy, branch-breaking snows.
Many have referred to attempts to limit estate freezes
as a drama in three acts: the 1987 adoption of section 2036(c), the 1988 safe-harbor amendments and the repeal in 1990 of 2036(c) and its replacement by chapter 14.
In order to overcome the damaging effects of freezing, HBS scientists had to limit the expansion of ice to a small fraction of what normally occurs when water freezes
Suddenly the topic shifts to preserving plants that have been damaged by last weekend's freeze
and protecting sensitive species from subsequent freezes
should they occur this winter.
As it freezes
rapidly from the bottom up, the droplet undergoes a subtle change in shape, bulging slightly upward.
The constant turning of the ice cream base in an ice cream machine as it freezes
breaks up the ice crystals that form and makes the ice cream smooth.
But the young painted turtle has evolved a simpler strategy: It freezes
At Stanford University Medical Center, the in vitro fertilization laboratory freezes
eggs on an experimental basis, usually for women who are about to undergo chemotherapy or radiation treatment and are concerned about losing their future fertility.
I keep saying, `This (cold snap) only usually happens once a year, and after it freezes
, it'll be fine.