ice chest


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a refrigerator for cooling liquids

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At night, I mix up my starter and put it, as well as my flour, in the ice chest and plug in the light.
There was the story of old man Has No Cheese up in Montana who was stopped by a game warden leaving a river well known for its fishing with two ice chests of fish.
The device, which keeps unused ice chests slightly open to prevent mold and bacteria smells from forming, had quickly sold out the initial production run.
Even in its 30th year, Roundhouse Aquarium's bare-bones mobile teaching program forces employees traveling to Los Angeles County schools to haul ice chests full of sea critters in their own cars.
Because it's "cool, very cool," says Mike Desando, a Springfield-based dealer for the Texas-based company that designed and produces the mobile ice chest.
She will store these in an ice chest so she can identify the insects back at home.
Trimble covers the earliest cars and the efforts to lay down track, the development of the new electric streetcars and the building of the municipal railway, the routes of the rails, and special cars devoted to hearse duty, schools, and party cars replete with wicker armchairs and an ice chest for the bubbly.
The towed trailer carries eight water cans, an ice chest, three tables, cargo netting to hold tray-pack boxes, stock pots, a cradle for preparing hot beverages, and an awning to cover the serving area during bad weather.
He would let my brother and me bring a friend or two, and we'd cram into the car with an ice chest of Cokes, some towels, and spare change for lunch.
Another rolling wonder is the Wheeled Ice Chest ($79.
That evening as the Chevy plunged down the dark, rutted roads, as Mama made one wrong turn after the other, Hattie kept looking back at the ice chest that held the swan.
The jerky rhythms, the shifts between "serious" blows and whimsical show-biz mayhem (boys leaping on prone bodies from the garage roof, knocking each other's heads with folding chairs), the makeshift props contestants use to clobber each other, jump from, and throw people into (a stepladder, a sheet of plywood, an ice chest, a garbage can), and the unstylized, camera-indifferent expressions passing over the faces of wrestlers and spectators (anomie-stricken teens all) give this film, despite the eventual crescendo of the sound track, the quality of a loop rather than a linear narrative: The body collisions could go on forever.
They brought an ice chest of Moroccan snow back to a laboratory in Spain.
Federal Judge Richard Mills of the Central District of Illinois ruled recently that an elderly couple, whose savings were stolen from an ice chest buried in a crawl space under their house, has a cause of action for violation of the federal Civil Rights Act by police officers who lost the chest.
A leading manufacturer of deep-draw ice chest liners recently converted to catalytic heating with two retrofits from Vulcan Catalytic Systems of Portsmouth, R.