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An icebox is a compact non-mechanical refrigerator which was a common kitchen appliance before the development of safe powered refrigeration devices.

The Historical Society: Ice Boxes vs. Refrigerators

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Dec 12, 2013 ... That is the chart for “ice box” vs. “refrigerator.” (For what it's worth, icebox [one word] looks almost identical.) What I really appreciate about that ...

Icebox | Define Icebox at Dictionary.com

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Icebox definition, an insulated cabinet or chest with a partition for ice, used for preserving or cooling food, beverages, etc. See more.

Is icebox an actual Agile term or does it come from Pivotal Tracker ...

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I am not an user of Pivotal Tracker. So, I wonder how they use the term "icebox." I can see a possible application to refer to items that are given a low priority on ...

Ice house - The Ultimate History Project

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While ice caves, ice pits and spring houses and other structures have a much .... Ice boxes appeared in English and American homes shortly after the ice trade ...

Icebox | Definition of Icebox by Merriam-Webster

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See icebox defined for English-language learners ... First Known Use of icebox. 1846 ... Spanish Central: Translation of icebox Nglish: Translation of icebox for ...

What is an Ice Box? (with picture) - wiseGEEK

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An ice box is a large box that's used to hold foods that need to be kept cold. Ice boxes are kept cold by large blocks of ice...

Ice Box Pie - What's Cooking America

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These pies were named after the ice box that they were kept cool in. As there were no electricity or refrigerators, an ice box was used to store perishables in the ...

Icebox - definition of icebox by The Free Dictionary

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An insulated chest or box into which ice is placed, used for cooling and preserving food. 2. A refrigerator. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English ...

IceBox - IT Knowledge Center - Bowdoin College Confluence

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Nov 3, 2015 ... IceBox is Bowdoin's friendly name for a couple of different products made available by Acronis called Acronis Access Advanced. It is a ...

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Keeping your (food) cool: From ice harvesting to electric refrigeration ...

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Apr 29, 2015 ... By the end of the 1800s, many American households stored their perishable food in an insulated "icebox" that was usually made of wood and ...

What is the difference between an ice box and a refrigerator ...

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An icebox is an insulated box that is cooled by ice, while a refrigerator is an electrical appliance that is cooled by a refrigerant and a complex set of parts.

What's an Ice Box? - DeForest Area Historical Society

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conjures up a very specific image: a large wooden box, zinc or tin-lined, with a compartment for large chunks of ice and an area with shelves for storing ...