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The icing of Antarctica began in the middle Eocene about 45.
This section was designed to have a heated road surface to reduce icing in winter.
Ships are subject to superstructure icing in the extreme north from October to May.
Other factors include marine growth, salinity, icing, and the geotechnical characteristics of the sea or lake bed.
One vulnerability effected by icing that is associated with reciprocating internal combustion engines is the carburetor.
Greene King and Branston Pickle are in Bury St Edmunds, and British Sugar makes all its icing sugar and caster sugar there.
In the arctic, icing from October to May can present a hazard for shipping while persistent fog occurs from June to December.
The ocean is virtually icelocked from October to June, and the superstructure of ships are subject to icing from October to May.
In late 2010, simulated icing tests were performed on the MSN1 flight test aircraft using devices installed on the leading edges of the wing.
Team boss Christian Horner stated that the main goal had been achieved and that now his remaining aim was to win the drivers championship and put the icing on the cake of Red Bull's year.
Jet engines do not experience carb icing, but recent evidence indicates that they can be slowed, stopped, or damaged by internal icing in certain types of atmospheric conditions much more easily than previously believed.
In most cases, the engines can be quickly restarted and flights are not endangered, but research continues to determine the exact conditions which produce this type of icing, and find the best methods to prevent, or reverse it, in flight.
As the harbour at Sainte Anne experienced icing problems, it was decided to build a much larger fortification at Louisbourg to improve defences at the entrance to the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and to defend France's fishing fleet on the Grand Banks.
Sue covers it with strawberries and dusts the top with icing sugar.