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1. Bag or cream
2. Cut no ___
3. Drink addition
4. Kind of cold
5. Cream or cap
6. Composition of some cubes
7. Drink accompaniment
8. Cocktail rocks
9. Hamill's milieu
10. Eliza crossed it
11. Word with pick or pack
12. Surface for the Rangers
13. Bartender's "rocks"
14. Rink surface
15. Pleistocene scenery
16. On ___ (in reserve)
17. Berg's makeup
18. Kind of age or bag
19. Arena surface
20. Diamonds: Slang
21. "Fire and ___," Frost poem
22. Cocktail-shaker item
23. Rocks, at times
24. Solid cubes
25. Surface for the Canadiens
26. "Holiday on ___"
27. Winter wing hazard
28. Bar rocks
29. Top off the cake
30. Sherbet
31. Diamonds, on the street
32. "Green ___" (best seller by Browne)
33. Word with cream or pick
34. Surface for the St. Louis Blues
35. Prepare champagne
36. Ferber's "___ Palace"
37. Hockey surface
38. Milieu for curlers who are hurlers
39. Glaciologist's topic
40. Gretzky's milieu
41. Word with cap or cream
42. Surface for Gretzky
43. Rocks behind the bar
44. Diamonds, to yeggs
45. Jewels, to a yegg
46. Chip off the cold block
47. Rosalynn Sumners's milieu
48. Surface for the Ranger sextet
49. Diamonds, to a thief
50. Diamonds, to a fence
51. "Floor" for an Orr score
52. "Rocks"
53. What Eliza crossed
54. Diamonds, to hoods
55. Cleaver's "Soul on ___"
56. Hood's diamonds
57. Hudson Bay sight
58. Rink flooring
59. Diamond, to a fence
60. "___ Palace": Ferber
61. Word with bag or cap
62. "Soul on ___": Cleaver
63. Yegg's haul
64. Jan. 1 head-soother
65. Diamonds, to a hood
66. Underfooting for Fleming
67. Manhattan chiller
68. Surface for a Sabre
69. Frozen water
70. Debi Thomas's milieu
71. Moll's diamonds
72. Jewel thief's loot
73. Surface for Scott Hamilton
74. Rocks, to a hood
75. Rocks at the bar
76. Diamonds, to Legs
77. "Hot" gems
78. H2O, at times
79. Yegg's diamonds
80. Trainer's aid, often
81. Pleistocene Age
82. Frazil
83. Surface for a Flame
84. Hot gems
85. Frost a cake
86. Surface for Hamill
87. Verglas ingredient
88. Legs Diamond's diamonds
89. It clinks in drinks
90. More than aloofness
91. Italian _____
92. Kind of cap or cream
93. Treat a sprain
94. The rocks in "on the rocks"
95. Murder, in mob talk
96. Make sure of, as a victory
97. Tray material
98. Sorbet
99. 1-Across, literally
100. Bump off, so to speak
101. _____ dancing
102. Protection money, in slang
103. It goes with the floe
104. Protection money paid to the police
105. Hard water
106. Hotel sign
107. Diamonds, in criminal slang
108. Secure, as a victory
109. Kind of bag or chest
110. Rocks, to a bartender
111. With 10-Across, treatment for a swelling
112. Rock salt may be used on it
113. Hat 0°
114. Pilot's worry
115. Make absolutely sure
116. It has a chilling effect
117. A camel may be executed on it
118. Curling surface
119. Cause of a skid
120. Knock off, to a mobster
121. Cap material
122. Diamonds, slangily
123. Glacier composition
124. ___ cream
125. Shelf material
126. It may be crushed
127. Harbor problem
128. Rocks in a bar
129. Convenience store bagful
130. It's hard to get a grip on
131. Kind of beer or bag
132. Eskimo building material
133. Rocks, so to speak
134. Something found in a sheet
135. Restaurant block
136. Winter peril
137. Medium for playing the Blues?
138. Stuff in trays
139. Decorate, as a 54-Down
140. Freezer trayful
141. Word with pack or pick
142. Something with this is not neat
143. Supermarket bagful
144. Ship navigation hazard
145. With 3-Down, Bud product
146. Winter sculpture medium
147. Water, when it gets cold enough
148. Word repeated before "Baby" in a hip-hop title
149. Motel machine sign
150. Hotel amenity often near the elevator
151. It may be cracked or packed
152. Slay, in slang
153. Puck handler's surface
154. Some bling
155. Medium for short-lived sculptures
156. Makeup of the planet Hoth
157. It'll slow down traffic
158. It might go away for the summer
159. It can be seen in the Arctic every day
160. Some reticence may have to go to break it
161. Cold stuff in the Arctic, evidently
162. H20 at 0
163. Cubes in a raw bar
164. Party bagful
165. Party host's bagful
166. Word before pack or pick
167. Cubes in a drink
168. Glacier makeup
169. Hail makeup
170. Hockey rink surface
171. Milk tea ingredient
172. Olympic skating surface
173. Stuff under sashimi
174. Solid water
175. Rapper Vanilla
176. Do in, in mob lingo
177. Sprain treatment
178. It comes in blocks
179. It'll melt in your mouth
180. Dentyne brand
181. Ephemeral sculpting medium
182. Bobsled run surface
183. Rocks in slings?
184. Collins component
185. Medium for some sculptors
186. Cubes in a cooler
187. Glacier material
188. Knock off, in mob lingo
189. Wedding sculpture medium
190. Bucket filler
191. Fill for some buckets
192. Fish market need
193. Much of a comet's nucleus
194. Rink material
195. Slippery surface
196. Surface for the Golden Knights
197. What a cocktail served "on the rocks," like the contest answer, contains
198. Luging surface
199. Material for a temporary sculpture
200. Medium for an ephemeral sculpture
201. Rocks in a sling
202. BEVERAGE BRRRR-ER
203. PUT ON THE BACK BURNER - A COLD ONE!
204. 1985 Elton John album "___ on Fire"
205. "Push for ___"
206. Chest contents, often
207. Diamonds, in mob lingo
208. It's sometimes sold in bags
209. Water you can walk on
210. What a game may break
211. What a joke may break
212. Word with cream or box
213. You may break it with guests
214. Mixer's asset
215. Word with box or cream
216. Word with show or box
217. Word with tray or cube
218. Zamboni's surface
219. Cubes in drinks
220. Dry __ (solid Carbon dioxide)
221. Gerald Browne's "Green ___"
222. Hockey field
223. Ross __ Shelf
224. Winter sculpture material
225. Medium for some sculptures with short lifespans
226. Bruin's milieu
227. Diamonds, to jewel thieves
228. Rapper Vanilla ___
229. Chill down
230. Diamonds, to a cat burglar
231. Hot stones
232. Manhattan rocks?
233. Put the game away
234. Rink covering
235. Kind of pick or pack
236. Bar cubes
237. Mario Lemieux's milieu
238. On ___: in reserve
239. Yegg's diamond
240. Make sure of, slangily
241. Chest contents, perhaps
242. It's sold in bags
243. Rocks in glasses
244. Swell reducer
245. Bling
246. Diamonds or heroin, in slang
247. It may be cubed or crushed
248. Zamboni surface
249. Swelling reliever
250. Bucket or pack filler
251. Cool stuff hidden in eight puzzle answers
252. Diamonds, to thieves
253. Winter concern
254. ___ Loves Coco
255. Diamonds, to gangsters
256. Manhattan blocks?
257. Mojito cubes
258. Most of Greenland
259. Picnic supply
260. Sprite blocks?
261. ___ maker (freezer device)
262. Cube-shaped rocks?
263. It can be shaved or cracked
264. It may be in blocks
265. Pack or pick preceder
266. Rocks from a bucket
267. Shelf component, perhaps
268. Treat, as a sprain
269. Cold blocks
270. Cubes in a bucket
271. Gretzky's stage
272. Old pushcart cry
273. Olympic dancing venue
274. Rocks in a cocktail
275. Rocks, maybe
276. Capades venue
277. July party purchase
278. Do in, Sopranos-style
279. Sculpture medium
280. Steam's opposite?
281. Bump application
282. Neat drink's lack
283. Swelling help
284. What keeps things from being neat?
285. Word that precedes or follows "pack"
286. Make sure of, as a deal
287. Necessity for making mint juleps
288. What some say the world will end in, according to Frost
289. Ephemeral sculpture material
290. Eschewing it makes orders neat
291. Medium for temporary sculptures
292. Puck surface
293. Cold-weather sheets?
294. Flames' playing surface, ironically
295. Hot jewelry?
296. Epitome of coldness
297. Apply frosting
298. Comet component
299. Kind of pack or pick
300. Michelle Kwan's milieu
301. Mixed drink addition, often
302. What to break to start a conversation
303. 26-Across supply
304. Assure victory in, slangily
305. Bruise treatment
306. Cooler cubes
307. Eldridge Cleaver's "Soul on __"
308. Manhattan cooler?
309. Rocks for a Black Russian
310. Arctic pier material
311. Plans may be put on it
312. The ends of 20-, 39- and 56-Across are forms of it
313. 34-Across's realm
314. Beverage cooler
315. Clinch, in slang
316. Cover at the bakery
317. Treat, as a bruise
318. Winter glaze
319. Zamboni milieu
320. Arctic abundance
321. Cold bagful for a party
322. It may be crushed at a bar
323. Milieu for axels
324. Mixologist's bucketful
325. With 40-Across and "Baby," a 1990's hip-hop hit that answers the question, "What can precede both parts of the answers to starred clues?"
326. Cooler in coolers
327. Nail down, as victory
328. Non-metallic rocks
329. Rocks found in bars
330. __ hockey
331. Cubes in a tray
332. Rocks in a bucket
333. Solid 26-Down
334. Picked cubes
335. Rocks in bars
336. Therapeutic pack filler
337. Devils' playing surface, ironically
338. Luge medium
339. Metaphorical social barrier
340. Party host's bucketful
341. Assure, as victory
342. In reserve, with "on"
343. Pack filler
344. Sign in a hotel hallway
345. Finish off, as a cake
346. Floe makeup
347. Limited-life sculpture material
348. Place for a slip, perhaps
349. Puck's place
350. With 36-Across, summer drink
351. Put on __: postpone
352. Short-term sculpture material
353. __ cream soda
354. __ dancing
355. __ fishing
356. Rocks, in a bar
357. Bobrun surface
358. Crunchable cubes
359. Finish the cake
360. Lipinski's milieu
361. Zamboni product
362. Crook's diamonds
363. Manhattan rocks
364. Settle, as a deal
365. Jewelry, to a thief
366. Assure, as a victory
367. Cause of some slips
368. Sleet, essentially
369. Surface for 27 Down
370. Water cooler
371. Diamonds, to crooks
372. Sublimation state
373. Winter buildup
374. __ milk
375. 1 Down material
376. Berg, essentially
377. Fishmonger's need
378. Islanders' surface
379. It cools soda
380. Jewels, slangily
381. Rocks at a bar
382. Sno-cone need
383. Soda cooler
384. Chilly cubes
385. Party supply
386. Windshield annoyance
387. Windshield inconvenience
388. Glacial material
389. Zamboni's place
390. Alternative in a Frost poem
391. NHL surface
392. Skater's surface
393. Barkeep's supply
394. Something to slip on
395. Glacial period
396. Foothold facilitator
397. Swelling shrinker
398. Periods in contrast to global warming
399. Climber's chopper
400. Old-style hangover remedy
401. Immobile in winter
402. Period ending about 9000 B.C.
403. Time of advancing glaciers
404. Mountaineering equipment
405. Mountain climbers' tools
406. Wintry stretch
407. Traditional hangover remedy
408. Brew introduced in the 1990s
409. Period of advancing glaciers
410. Cold cover?
411. Ones at the pole positions?
412. The "mode" of "أ  la mode"?
413. Something delicious to drink
414. Producer of a chilling effect
415. Big freeze
416. Period when Long Island was formed
417. When mastodons became extinct
418. Cause of 56-Down's demise
419. Glacier, essentially
420. Alpine climber's tool
421. Mountain-climbing tool
422. Producer of cold cuts?
423. Cryotherapy choice
424. Pale eye shade
425. Rapper in the film "21 Jump Street"
426. Hit 2002 film with talking sloths
427. Bygone delivery
428. Frozen structure that facilitates animal migration
429. Player of a summer lilt
430. Big chill?
431. When mastodons roamed
432. Polar explorer's implement
433. Aid in climbing a snowy peak
434. Tool made to scale
435. Knoxville hockey squad
436. ___ Palace (Elsa's hide-out in "Frozen")
437. Frigid time, climatically speaking
438. Tool for climbing the Alps
439. Coffee shop menu adjective
440. Nonpermanent sculpture medium
441. What 61-Down teams play on
442. Tools descended from alpenstocks
443. Feature of Earth, Mars and Pluto
444. Phrase in beer ads
445. Old-fashioned cooler?
446. Something often added to a carbonated beverage
447. 2002 animated film with a woolly mammoth
448. Mammoth time period
449. Alpine climbing tool
450. A little one is called a calf
451. One of two polar opposites
452. Bygone skating spectacle
453. Treat to reduce swelling
454. What a "neat" drink doesn't come with
455. What a "neat" drink is served without
456. Glaciologist's concern
457. Periods with the largest glaciers
458. Subjects in paleoclimatology
459. Dry eyes
460. Tool for a Himalayan climber
461. Glacial hue
462. Nickname of the subzero 1967 N.F.L. Championship Game
463. Miracle on ___ (1980 Winter Olympics upset)
464. Rocks, in drinks
465. What's dispensed from the middle of many a soda dispenser
466. Winter sports surface
467. Word before pick or pack
468. Word repeated in "___ or no ___?"
469. Cooling-off period?
470. Piolet, e.g.
471. Post-marathon treatment, maybe
472. Larger-than-life types
473. Lupino or Ljungqvist
474. Vous أٹtes ___ (French map indication)
475. TMI, man
476. Orthodox image
477. Sans emotion
478. Quaint delivery guys
479. Here, to Yvette
480. Frozen spike
481. Henri's 'here'
482. Frosting tool
483. Cupcake coverer
484. Rapper with a Grammy
485. Summer beverage, colloquially
486. I, in German
487. Cold injury application
488. Cake completer
489. Bladed boot
490. Puck-pushing squad
491. Pastry bag wielder
492. Cold Lipton offering
493. Eugene O'Neill's 'The -- Cometh'
494. Bakery tools
495. Potential ship sinkers
496. Slushy drinks
497. Bygone delivery guys
498. Bakery decorator
499. Strands post-blizzard
500. Song start
501. A band with perfect chemistry
502. A band with the perfect chemistry, e.g.
503. Freezing Vain song?
504. L.A. band. Yes, L.A.
505. Slowcore L.A. band
506. Gucci Mane song about winter?
507. Doug Martsch home state
508. Josh Ritter song for potatoes?
509. Paul Simon "___ It for Your Love"
510. Saving Abel "___ It Again"
511. Legendary guitarist
512. I as in Innsbruck
513. Desktop figures
514. JFK start
515. Word before "bin"
516. Less chummy
517. Dangerous, in a way
518. Mac image
519. Et tu day
520. PUSH-UP
521. Glaciated
522. Swelling soother
523. Type of tray or chest
524. Word with cap or cube
525. Historic cold snap
526. Most recent glacial period
527. Early refrigerators
528. Hat for Frosty?
529. Antarctica masses
530. Kwan's surface
531. Rocks, in a nightclub
532. Rocks, to Isaac on "The Love Boat"
533. Word with cap or pack
534. Word with hockey or bucket
535. '90s brew
536. Arctic channel cutter
537. Conversation opening
538. Hat for Frosty the Snowman?
539. Sprain application
540. It occurred during the Pleistocene epoch
541. Mammoth film of 2002?
542. What's your sign? perhaps
543. Get-acquainted soiree, e.g.
544. What chit-chat may break
545. Witt's milieu
546. 2002 film with Manfred and Sid
547. Cooler cousin
548. Kind of tea or coffee
549. Apply ganache to
550. Barkeep's cubes
551. It's smoothed by a Zamboni
552. Material for some sculptors
553. Milieu for Sharks and Penguins
554. Surface for Penguins and Sharks
555. Surface that Senators get checked on
556. Wintertime salt target
557. Zamboni-prepared surface, and word that can follow the last word of the puzzle's four longest answers
558. Motel bucketful
559. Snow cone ingredient
560. White or Black Russian need
561. Part of a "wintry mix"
562. Antarctic cliff
563. Summer beverage contents
564. It may be black in winter
565. Rink substance
566. Soda additive
567. Diamonds, to a cooler resident
568. Floe component
569. Gretzky's surface
570. Milieu of "The Great One"
571. Cubic coolers
572. Freezer build-up
573. Motel convenience
574. Rapper ___ -T
575. Smooth surface
576. Curler's setting
577. Primary component of Saturn's rings
578. Rocks, at the bar
579. Cooler in the cooler
580. Dentyne brand name
581. Much of Saturn's rings
582. Word before beer or milk
583. Cocktail cooler
584. Diamonds or rocks, in slang
585. Glacier substance
586. Mint julep ingredient
587. Short-lived sculpture medium
588. Wine cooler?
589. Winter blackout cause, often
590. Word in the center of all three long entries
591. March of the Penguins milieu
592. Sculpting material, sometimes
593. Something to push for in hotels
594. Surface for Kings and Senators
595. Word after pack or black
596. Word before bag or chest
597. Cryophobe's fear
598. Party purchase, perhaps
599. Slurpee substance
600. Bartender's rocks
601. Clinch or cinch
602. Cool sculpture medium
603. Frappأ© need
604. Infant harp seal's surface
605. It's hard to walk on
606. Substance scraped by a Zamboni
607. Tundra feature
608. Cold cubes
609. Cubes in a beverage
610. Diamonds, in fencing slang
611. It can be crushed or shaved
612. Something brushed in a curling game
613. Spread some ganache on
614. Beverage store bagful
615. Chill
616. Drinkers' rocks
617. Kind of bygone wagon
618. Kind of cube
619. Diamonds: Colloq.
620. Dick Button's milieu
621. Floe ingredient
622. Footing for Eliza
623. The rocks
624. Bar need
625. Kind of bag or cap
626. Loot for Raffles
627. Variety of skate
628. Frappأ© base
629. Barroom rocks
630. Berg or cream
631. Cream or bag
632. Finish off a cake
633. Kind of pick or skate
634. Hot diamonds
635. Fire and ___, Frost poem
636. Holiday on ___
637. Diamonds, to a yegg
638. Green ___ (best seller by Browne)
639. Floor for an Orr score
640. Soul on ___: Cleaver
641. ___ Palace: Ferber
642. Frozen H2O
643. Put on hold
644. Diamonds, in slang
645. Glaciate
646. Hard water?
647. Rocks in a glass
648. Cruise ship sighting
649. Conversation starter, maybe
650. 90's brew
651. Party picker-uppers
652. Composition of some sheets
653. Make final
654. Supermarket head
655. Contents of some buckets
656. Vanilla ___
657. It ended about 10,000 years ago
658. Quaternary division
659. Quaternary period event
660. Lemieux milieu
661. Hardly a cold snap
662. Pleistocene Epoch, familiarly
663. When glaciers advanced
664. Bar request
665. Sculpture material
666. Make sure of
667. Rocks
668. Freeze up
669. Whack
670. It keeps things from being neat
671. Bar supply
672. Wine cooler
673. Tray contents
674. Swelling reducer
675. Water cooler?
676. Decorate, as a cake
677. Zamboni's milieu
678. Cool down
679. Road hazard
680. Cola cooler
681. Luge surface
682. Motel freebie
683. Word with maker or breaker
684. Cooler filler
685. Medium for temporary statues
686. Part of a comet's composition
687. Pick or pack preceder
688. Rocks in a tumbler?
689. Cinch or clinch
690. Freezer tray contents
691. Pub cubes
692. With 18-Down, source of frozen cubes
693. The rocks, in bars
694. Frozen pond surface
695. Overshoot a puck
696. Put on the frosting
697. Relief for a sprain
698. Snuff out
699. Word missing from this puzzle's theme answers
700. Chiller
701. Curler's surface
702. It can be made in a tray
703. It's found in rinks and drinks
704. Word before pack, pick, or the puck
705. PUSH FOR ___
706. Most of Antarctica
707. Rocks, at a bar
708. Surface fit for a King?
709. Winter sidewalk hazard
710. Denverite's December driving danger
711. Diamonds, informally
712. It's sold in blocks
713. Slippery stuff
714. Kind of jam
715. Bartender's supply
716. Cool off
717. Winter driving danger
718. Yegg's take
719. Seek roses in December, ___ in June—Byron
720. Jewels: slang
721. Make cold
722. Rink makeup
723. Tea cooler
724. Drink add-in
725. Winter road hazard
726. Freezer stuff
727. Hotel floor sign
728. Clinch
729. Hotel freebie
730. Italian ___
731. Sculpting medium
732. Secure
733. Food preserver
734. Bar stock
735. Put away
736. Diamonds
737. Winter coat
738. Sew up
739. Knock off
740. Driving danger
741. Winter driving hazard
742. Bump off
743. Word before maker or breaker
744. Put away for good
745. It's never in a neat order
746. Sno-cone filler
747. Motel sign
748. "Rhyme Pays" rapper
749. Freezer cubes
750. Number in a pack?
751. Hail, e.g.
752. What most of hail is
753. Cubes from the freezer
754. Cooler drink
755. Beverage store buy
756. Hotel amenity
757. Cap material?
758. It's very cool
759. Blocks from the refrigerator
760. Drink cooler
761. Cinch
762. Diamonds, to a gangster
763. Skating surface
764. Kind of beer
765. Broomball surface
766. Coolness
767. Polar formation
768. Christmas traveler's worry
769. Clinch, as a deal
770. Break the ___
771. Retains value (5)
772. Rip (4)
773. Bar staple
774. Guarantee
775. Result of a freeze in Leicestershire
776. Endlessly chopped diamonds
777. Juicer contains something cold
778. Freeze
779. Frappé
780. Dessert
781. Eliza's bridge of escape
782. Simple dessert
783. Eliza's river transportation
784. Eliza's bridge
785. Congeal
786. Transparent brittle substance
787. ___ Patrol, of US Coast Guard
788. Rub out
789. Reserve needed by Celtic eleven
790. Eliza's crossing blocks
791. Describing an out-of-date box
792. Symbol of winter
793. Kitchen commodity
794. A dessert
795. Dick Button's arena
796. Formality
797. Dick Button's medium
798. An age, land or skate
799. On which the Red Wings reign
800. Summer dessert
801. It hardens in a tray
802. Suffix with coward
803. "Abolish ___" (modern progressive cause)
804. "Abolish ___ " immigration rallying cry on the left
805. "Black ___" (AC/DC album)
806. "Cool" target for a yegg?
807. "Fire and ___" (Frost poem)
808. "Fire and ___" by Robert Frost
809. "Fire and ___ " Frost poem
810. "Frozen" asset to Elsa
811. "Frozen" palace makeup
812. "Holiday on" ender
813. "March of the Penguins" milieu
814. "My coal pit ain't for sale!"?
815. "On the rocks" rocks
816. "Out of whose womb came the ___ ?" (Job 38:29)
817. "Riunite on ___ Riunite so nice"
818. "Rocks" falling four times in this puzzle
819. "Rocks."
820. "Running on ___" ("Cold Spring Harbor" tune)
821. "Soul on ___" (Eldridge Cleaver book)
822. "The Thin ___" Pink Floyd
823. "The ___ Storm" (1997)
824. "The rocks"
825. "The rocks " in bars
826. "Which are blackish by reason of the ___" (Job 6:16)
827. "You're as cold as ___"
828. "You're as cold as ___" (Foreigner)
829. "___ Age"
830. "___ Loves Coco"
831. "___ Station Zebra"
832. "___ Station Zebra" (1968)
833. "___ ___ Baby" (hit for Vanilla ___)
834. "___ or no ___?" (server's question)
835. '-- Station Zebra ('68 film)'
836. 'Rocks'
837. 'The rocks'
838. *Water cooler
839. =-- -cold
840. 0F phenomenon
841. 2012 discovery on the planet Mercury
842. A chilling idea?
843. ALS ___ Bucket Challenge
844. Ade cooler
845. Agcy. that oversees border crossings
846. Age that came with a chill
847. Agency under the Dep't of Homeland Security
848. An age in the earth's development.
849. Antarctic vista
850. Apply frosting to
851. Arctic feature
852. Arctic landscape
853. Arctic sight
854. Arctic surface
855. Arctic vista.
856. Artist Vanilla ___
857. Assassinate
858. Assure
859. Assure the win
860. Assure victory in slangily
861. Assure as a victory
862. Assure as victory
863. Bagful in a cooler
864. Banquet sculpture material
865. Bar 'rocks'
866. Bar basic
867. Bar necessity
868. Bartender's 'rocks'
869. Bartender's need
870. Bartenders shave it
871. Berg composition
872. Berg makeup
873. Berg material
874. Berg stuff
875. Berg essentially
876. Beverage-store bagful
877. Black ___ (driving hazard)
878. Black or pack follower
879. Blended margarita ingredient
880. Bling-bling component often
881. Blizzard aftermath
882. Block in a restaurant?
883. Blocks called "rocks"
884. Blocks from the freezer
885. Blocks in the freezer
886. Blocks in the kitchen
887. Boardwalk treat
888. Boitano surface
889. Boitano's surface
890. Border-patrolling org.
891. Bounty hunter in "Arrested Development"
892. Box or bag
893. Brand with snow in its logo
894. Break the ___.
895. Bridgestone Blizzak ___ Gripper winter tire
896. Britney Spears: "Break the ___"
897. Bruins' milieu
898. Bucket type
899. Bud ___
900. Bump off so to speak
901. Burn emolient
902. Call a timeout before a kick say
903. Cancel
904. Cap over Greenland
905. Capitals' surface
906. Cause of skidding
907. Certain cap
908. Certain cubes.
909. Certain sculpting medium
910. Chai chiller
911. Chains et al.
912. Charitable bucketful
913. Cheers rocks
914. Chest contents often
915. Chest contents perhaps
916. Chewable cubes
917. Chill the bubbly
918. Chill.
919. Chiller in cups
920. Chiller of a sort
921. Chilling cubes
922. Chilling drink additive
923. Chilling foreplay material
924. Chilling pieces?
925. Chilling stuff
926. Chips or cubes often
927. Cinderella "Fire and ___"
928. Clinch a deal
929. Clinch victory in
930. Clinch as a deal
931. Clinch as a victory
932. Clinch in slang
933. Cocktail shaker fill
934. Coco's co-star
935. Coffee cubes
936. Coffee ingredient sometimes
937. Cola cubes
938. Cold block
939. Cold comfort at a convenience store
940. Cold cube
941. Cold deck*
942. Cold deck slangily*
943. Cold dessert
944. Cold drink brand
945. Cold remedy
946. Cold sculpture medium
947. Cold stuff
948. Cold stuff in a Sex on the Beach
949. Cold treat (or cold treatment)
950. Coldness of reserve.
951. Coldness.
952. Common cooler
953. Common drink complement
954. Common supply for a party
955. Complete the cake
956. Composition of some castles
957. Congealed water
958. Contents of some bags
959. Contents of some trays
960. Cookout purchase
961. Cool
962. Cool cube
963. Cool cubes
964. Cool stuff
965. Cool.
966. Cooler
967. Cooler contents
968. Cooler contents often
969. Cooler cooler
970. Cooler for a cocktail
971. Cooler for coolers
972. Cooler for sodas
973. Cooler in a cooler
974. Cooler must
975. Cooler of beer?
976. Cooler of drinks?
977. Cooler's cooler
978. Cooler.
979. Cooling aid
980. Cooling block
981. Cooling cubes
982. Cover the cake
983. Covering on the Alps
984. Creator of a slippery slope
985. Cruise sculptor's medium
986. Cruise sculpture medium
987. Crushed cooler
988. Crystal material
989. Crystal meth in slang
990. Crystalline material
991. Crystalline water
992. Cuba libre cubes
993. Cube in a tumbler
994. Cube makeup
995. Cube material
996. Cube of frozen water
997. Cube of movies
998. Cube or Vanilla
999. Cube or cream preceder
1000. Cube that clinks
1001. Cubed H2O
1002. Cubes at a bar
1003. Cubes in Cuba Libres
1004. Cubes in a Coke
1005. Cubes in a bar
1006. Cubes in a cocktail
1007. Cubes in a cold drink
1008. Cubes in a cup
1009. Cubes in a freezer
1010. Cubes in a freezer tray
1011. Cubes in a glass
1012. Cubes in cocktails
1013. Cubes in the freezer
1014. Cubes that cool drinks
1015. Curlers' surface
1016. Curling need
1017. Curling setting
1018. Curling venue
1019. Cut no ___ (fail to make an impression)
1020. Dancing surface sometimes
1021. Danger to Arctic sailors
1022. Decorate a cake
1023. Decorate a cupcake
1024. Decorate at the patisserie
1025. Decorate with frosting
1026. Decorate as a cake
1027. Dentyne breath-freshening gum
1028. Dessert.
1029. Devils' playing surface
1030. Diamonds or heroin in slang
1031. Diamonds or rocks in slang
1032. Diamonds to a cat burglar
1033. Diamonds to a fence
1034. Diamonds to a yegg
1035. Diamonds as it were
1036. Diamonds in criminal slang
1037. Diamonds in fencing slang
1038. Diamonds in mob lingo
1039. Diamonds in slang
1040. Diamonds informally
1041. Diamonds on the street
1042. Diamonds slangily
1043. Diamonds so to speak
1044. Diamonds to Legs
1045. Diamonds to a cat burglar
1046. Diamonds to a cooler resident
1047. Diamonds to a fence
1048. Diamonds to a gangster
1049. Diamonds to a hood
1050. Diamonds to a jewel thief
1051. Diamonds to a thief
1052. Diamonds to a yegg
1053. Diamonds to crooks
1054. Diamonds to gangsters
1055. Diamonds to hoods
1056. Diamonds to jewel thieves
1057. Diamonds to thieves
1058. Diamonds to thugs
1059. Diamonds to yeggs
1060. Diamonds: Slang.
1061. Dickensian Drood
1062. Diluter of some drinks
1063. Dispenser type
1064. Do a bakery chore
1065. Do away with
1066. Do in Sopranos-style
1067. Do in in mob lingo
1068. Drink additive
1069. Drink chiller
1070. Drink coolant
1071. Drink cubes
1072. Drink freshener
1073. Drink machine freebie
1074. Drink machine output
1075. Drink or rink stuff
1076. Drink refresher
1077. Driveway hazard during Snowmageddon
1078. Driving hazard
1079. Driving peril
1080. Dry ___
1081. Dry ___ (it makes "smoke" in theater productions)
1082. Dry ___ (solid Carbon dioxide)
1083. Dry ___.
1084. Dwindling terrestrial substance
1085. Early age
1086. Eldridge Cleaver's "Soul on ___"
1087. Ensure of victory
1088. Ensure as victory
1089. Ephemeral sculpture medium
1090. Ephemeral sculpture's makeup
1091. Fence's merchandise
1092. Ferber's '-- Palace'
1093. Ferber's '___ Palace'
1094. Figure eight surface
1095. Figure skating surface
1096. Figure-skating surface
1097. Fill a take-out order?
1098. Filler for a cooler
1099. Finish a cake
1100. Finish a cupcake
1101. Finish breakfast perhaps?
1102. Finish off as a cake
1103. Finish as a cake
1104. Fish market stock
1105. Flames' playing surface ironically
1106. Floe material
1107. Floes.
1108. Floor for Orr
1109. Floor for axels
1110. Flyers' surface
1111. Food preserver perhaps
1112. For the first time in millions of years it was absent from the North Pole
1113. Force to drink a disgusting Smirnoff beverage in bro-speak
1114. Force to imbibe a certain Smirnoff beverage
1115. Foreigner's "Cold as ___"
1116. Form of camphor.
1117. Formality.
1118. Frappé base
1119. Frappe need
1120. Frappuccino ingredient
1121. Freebie at motels
1122. Freeze.
1123. Freezer accumulation
1124. Freezer buildup
1125. Freezer contents
1126. Freezer item
1127. Freezer stock
1128. Freezerful
1129. Frigid cap material
1130. Frigid cubes
1131. Frost
1132. Frost poem 'Fire and ___'
1133. Frost's "Fire and ___"
1134. Frost essentially
1135. Frost.
1136. Frosting.
1137. Frozen aisle buy
1138. Frozen cube
1139. Frozen cubes
1140. Frozen dessert
1141. Frozen food.
1142. Frozen rocks
1143. Frozen sheet material
1144. Frozen stuff plentiful in Alaska
1145. Frozen surface
1146. Frustrating surface in old video games
1147. Gal's best friend?
1148. Gelati
1149. Gems slangily
1150. Glacier's composition
1151. Glacier essentially
1152. Glass chiller
1153. Glass rocks?
1154. Goes w/Cinderella's "Fire"
1155. Golden Knights milieu
1156. Gov. agency founded in 2003
1157. Govt. org. under Homeland Security
1158. Graft money
1159. Guy Lafleur's floor
1160. H2O at 31 degrees F
1161. H2O below 32 degrees
1162. H2O at times
1163. Hail e.g.
1164. Hail essentially
1165. Hail mainly
1166. Hail mostly
1167. Hailstone composition
1168. Hailstones essentially
1169. Hard rain
1170. Hard water.
1171. Hazard to navigation
1172. Head soother on March 18th perhaps
1173. High school course now being study online for short
1174. Highway hazard
1175. Highway problem.
1176. Hockey milieu
1177. Hockey necessity
1178. Hockey player's milieu
1179. Hockey players take it
1180. Hockey sheet
1181. Holiday Inn freebie
1182. Home ___ (NHL advantage)
1183. Home ___ (hockey advantage)
1184. Home ___ (hockey edge)
1185. Home ___ (sporting advantage)
1186. Home ___ advantage
1187. Hostile atmosphere.
1188. Hotel amenity down the hall
1189. Hotel bucketful
1190. Hotel guest's bucketful
1191. Hotel hallway amenity
1192. Hotel-machine offering
1193. Household need.
1194. How "Cold" girls were to Foreigner
1195. Igloo material
1196. Injury soother
1197. Inuit building material
1198. It can be shaved... or abolished
1199. It can give you the chills
1200. It can give you the slip
1201. It can lead to a slippery slope
1202. It comes crushed or cubed
1203. It goes "clink" in a drink
1204. It keeps a cooler cool
1205. It makes a drink clink
1206. It may be black or blue
1207. It may be broken at a party
1208. It may be chipped
1209. It may be crushed or cubed
1210. It may be crushed or shaved
1211. It may be found in a sheet
1212. It may be found under snow
1213. It may be in your drink at the game
1214. It may be shaved
1215. It may be shaved or crushed
1216. It may be sold in blocks
1217. It may be thin
1218. It may get crushed
1219. It might be crushed at a bar
1220. It might keep wine cool
1221. It'll thaw eventually
1222. It's annoying when it's chewed
1223. It's at its lowest level in a million years in the Arctic
1224. It's cleared for takeoff
1225. It's cold regardless of climate
1226. It's cool
1227. It's crushed or cubed
1228. It's found in sheets or in softer form blankets
1229. It's hard to keep your cool?
1230. It's hard but really cool
1231. It's not wanted by a neat-nik?
1232. It's often shaved on the street
1233. It's run over by a Zamboni
1234. It's sold in bags or blocks
1235. Item in a setup.
1236. January forecast
1237. Jet hazard
1238. Jets' milieu
1239. Jewel thief's heist
1240. Jewelry
1241. Jewelry or meth in slang
1242. Jewelry to R. Kelly
1243. Jewelry to a thief
1244. Jewelry to a yegg
1245. Jewels slangily
1246. Jewels: sl.
1247. Julep need
1248. Just chill
1249. Kate Bush might slip and fall "Under" it
1250. Keep the swelling down on
1251. Kill in mob slang
1252. Kind of bag or axe
1253. Kind of bling
1254. Kind of boat.
1255. Kind of box or cream
1256. Kind of cap
1257. Kind of cream
1258. Kind of cream or cap
1259. Kind of dessert.
1260. Kind of fishing
1261. Kind of sculpture
1262. Knock off in mob lingo
1263. Knock off to a mobster
1264. Kristi Yamaguchi's surface
1265. Last-minute party purchase
1266. Led Zep "We come from the land of the ___ and snow"
1267. Lemieux's milieu
1268. Letter opener
1269. Light summer dessert.
1270. Like old apples
1271. Lipinski's surface
1272. Liquor in a famous line from "Casablanca"
1273. Lock up
1274. Lorelei's rocks
1275. Lorelei's rocks?
1276. Luge track surface
1277. Machine in a motel
1278. Main component of Saturn's rings
1279. Major component of Saturn's rings
1280. Major visual motif in the movie "Frozen " as you might expect
1281. Make sure of as a deal
1282. Make sure of as a victory
1283. Make sure of slangily
1284. Makeup of Elsa's castle in "Frozen"
1285. Makeup of Elsa's castle in "Frozen"
1286. Makeup of Saturn's rings mostly
1287. Makeup of some jams
1288. Makeup of some sheets
1289. Material for some bougie sculptures
1290. Material in a comet
1291. Material mentioned in many Mr. Freeze puns
1292. Material of a supposed wall surrounding the planet to Flat Earthers
1293. Material of the White Witch's castle in Narnia
1294. Material that Elsa's palace is made of in "Frozen"
1295. Medium for some sculptures
1296. Menu item.
1297. Metallica "Trapped Under ___"
1298. Meth slangily
1299. Michelle Kwan's domain
1300. Milieu for Jets and Sharks battles
1301. Milieu for penguins or Penguins
1302. Milieu for the Boston Bruins
1303. Mixed drink addition often
1304. Mixer's frozen asset
1305. Moskva River feature often
1306. Motel machine yield
1307. Mr. Freeze's weapon
1308. Much of Greenland
1309. Much of the Arctic
1310. Murder in mob talk
1311. Nail down
1312. Nail down or cool down
1313. Nail down as victory
1314. Neat drinkers decline it
1315. Neat drinks lack it
1316. Nine preceder in a Vonnegut novel
1317. Nipple arouser
1318. No Clue
1319. Non-warming winter coat
1320. Nor'easter forecast
1321. Not behind
1322. Noted Frost poem "Fire and ___"
1323. Off
1324. Often broken item.
1325. Old-fashioned refigerant
1326. Old-fashioned refrigerant
1327. Old-time home delivery
1328. Olympic dancing locale
1329. Olympic dancing milieu
1330. Olympic dancing place
1331. Olympic event ___ dancing
1332. Olympic surface for Bonnie Blair and Michelle Kwan
1333. On ___ (chilling)
1334. On ___ (clinched)
1335. On the ___ (playing)
1336. On thin ___
1337. On thin ___ (in danger)
1338. On which curling is played.
1339. One of the ages.
1340. Pack content
1341. Pack pieces
1342. Part of Robert Van Winkle's stage name
1343. Part of a frozen pond
1344. Part of a nor'easter forecast
1345. Part of many rap names
1346. Part of the RICE acronym in first aid
1347. Party bowlful
1348. Party purchase
1349. Party purchase perhaps
1350. Party sculpture medium
1351. Pat Benatar "Fire and ___"
1352. Payola
1353. People often get checked while moving across it
1354. Pepsi cooler
1355. Pina colada ingredient
1356. Pitcher's after-game need
1357. Pitchers use it after starts
1358. Place for a Blackhawk Duck or Penguin
1359. Place for a slip perhaps
1360. Playing surface for Kings and Senators
1361. Playing surface for pro hockey
1362. Pleistocene scenery.
1363. Polar coat
1364. Polar substance
1365. Pole panorama
1366. Popular kind of "Follies."
1367. Post-injury recommendation with rest compression and elevation
1368. Postgame wrap material
1369. Preservative
1370. Preserve in a way
1371. Preserve perhaps
1372. Product sold by Kristoff in "Frozen"
1373. Profit made from scalping tickets
1374. Protection money in slang
1375. Protection money: Slang.
1376. Pull a Smirnoff-based prank on
1377. Purchase at a gas station
1378. Put frosting on
1379. Quaff cooler
1380. Raiding grp.
1381. Ranger's domain
1382. Rapper Vanilla ___
1383. Raw bar spread
1384. Ready the bubbly
1385. Refrigerant
1386. Refrigerate
1387. Refrigerate.
1388. Remedy for childhood stumbles
1389. Requirement for curlers
1390. Reserve
1391. Rink
1392. Rink base
1393. Rink cover
1394. Rink coverer
1395. Rink floor
1396. Rink medium
1397. Rocks for a White Russian
1398. Rocks in a bar?
1399. Rocks in a sidecar
1400. Rocks in a tumbler
1401. Rocks in bars (3)
1402. Rocks in rye
1403. Rocks in slings
1404. Rocks in the freezer
1405. Rocks or diamonds
1406. Rocks at a bar
1407. Rocks at the bar
1408. Rocks at times
1409. Rocks in a bar
1410. Rocks in a nightclub
1411. Rocks in bars
1412. Rocks in drinks
1413. Rocks in the glass
1414. Rocks maybe
1415. Rocks so to speak
1416. Rocks to Isaac on "The Love Boat"
1417. Rocks to a barkeep
1418. Rocks to a bartender
1419. Rocks to a hood
1420. Ross ___ Shelf
1421. Runway hazard
1422. Salchow surface
1423. Saloon rocks?
1424. Salt is applied to it in the winter
1425. San Jose Sharks' milieu
1426. Scotch dilutant
1427. Screwdriver part
1428. Sculpting material
1429. Sculpting material sometimes
1430. Sculptor's medium
1431. Sculpture material sometimes
1432. Seal
1433. Seal as a deal
1434. Seal as a victory
1435. Secure as a victory
1436. Senators often pass on it
1437. Serac substance.
1438. Settle as a deal
1439. Shaker contents
1440. Shave ___ (Hawaiian treat)
1441. Sheet material
1442. Sheet on the road perhaps
1443. Shelf component perhaps
1444. Sherbet.
1445. Sidewalk hazard
1446. Skater s surface
1447. Skater's milieu
1448. Skating requirement
1449. Skid cause
1450. Skier's bane
1451. Slang for crystal meth
1452. Slang for diamonds
1453. Slangy gems
1454. Slay in slang
1455. Sleet essentially
1456. Slipperiness source
1457. Slippery sheet
1458. Sludge.
1459. Slurpee's stuff
1460. Smirnoff ___ (fratty meme beverage)
1461. Smoothie base
1462. Smoothie ingredient
1463. Smoothie necessity
1464. Sno-cone base
1465. Snow cone base
1466. Snow cone makeup
1467. Snow's partner.
1468. Soda diluter
1469. Solid that is lighter than its liquid form
1470. Some bag fillers
1471. Some crystals
1472. Some cubes
1473. Some people like their espresso poured over it
1474. Some rocks
1475. Some sheets are made of it
1476. Some ships are made to break it
1477. Some solid blocks
1478. Something that ruins neatness?
1479. Something tourists get shaved in Hawaii
1480. Sometime road surface.
1481. Sorbet formation
1482. Sparklers
1483. Sprain remedy
1484. Sprain soother
1485. Spy org. in "The Silencers"
1486. Stanley Cup surface
1487. Starter for box or cream
1488. Stolen diamonds
1489. Stuff in a chest?
1490. Stuff in coolers
1491. Stuff in many drinks
1492. Stuff in the freezer?
1493. Substance for sculptures
1494. Sugar-coat
1495. Summer beverage component
1496. Summer cooler
1497. Summer treat
1498. Supply at a boba tea shop
1499. Surface for Flames ironically enough
1500. Surface for Kerrigan
1501. Surface for Sharks
1502. Surface for Stojko
1503. Surface for Wayne Gretzky
1504. Surface for a salchow
1505. Surface for axels
1506. Surface for skating
1507. Surface for some -capades
1508. Surface for the Jets and the Sharks
1509. Surface that's difficult to stop on
1510. Swell remedy?
1511. Swell treatment
1512. Swelling stopper
1513. Swelling treatment
1514. T or tea preceder
1515. Tea addition
1516. Temporary sculpture medium
1517. Tend to a sprain
1518. The "rocks."
1519. The Capitals play on it
1520. The I in the sports medicine mnemonic RICE
1521. The ___ Age
1522. The ___man Cometh
1523. Thin danger
1524. Thing to push for in a hotel?
1525. This puzzle's hidden theme
1526. This puzzle's key theme word
1527. Thugs' diamonds
1528. Top a torte
1529. TOP OFF
1530. Top the cake.
1531. Top tortes
1532. Topped a cake
1533. Trainer's aid often
1534. Tray cubes
1535. Treat as a bruise
1536. Treat as a sprain
1537. Treatment for a sprain
1538. Treatment for swelling
1539. Trump ___ (defunct bottled water brand)
1540. Try to keep from swelling
1541. Tumbler contents often
1542. Turandot self-described in her third riddle for Calaf
1543. Type of bag or cube
1544. Type of chest
1545. Type of cube or chest
1546. Type of pick or pack
1547. Type of sculpture
1548. Type of skater or water
1549. Type of tray
1550. Type of tray or cube
1551. Underworld jewels
1552. Undesirable wing coating
1553. Unusual hotel type
1554. Vanilla ___ (nee Robert Van Winkle)
1555. Vanilla of rap
1556. Vanilla the rapper
1557. Very "original" rapper Vanilla ___
1558. Very cool stuff
1559. Walking hazard
1560. Water at 31 degrees
1561. Water at 31F
1562. Water at 31aF
1563. Water cooler.
1564. Water in another state
1565. Water no-no for some
1566. Water one can walk on
1567. Water you may walk on
1568. Water cooler?
1569. Water potentially
1570. Water when it gets cold enough
1571. Water-cooling cube
1572. Waters ___.
1573. Wayne Gretzky's milieu
1574. Weather word.
1575. Wedding sculpture material
1576. What Thoreau saw harvested from Walden Pond
1577. What Zambonis scrape
1578. What Zambonis work on
1579. What a Zamboni runs over
1580. What a cocktail served "on the rocks " like the contest answer contains
1581. What a neat drink lacks
1582. What a timeout may do to a free-throw shooter
1583. What cake toppers do?
1584. What clinks in drinks
1585. What daredevils have in their veins
1586. What makes a drink clink
1587. What salt licks?
1588. What some caps are made of
1589. What some say the world will end in according to Frost
1590. What some sheets are made of
1591. What some sports sticks hit
1592. When spring is in the air it's not (I hope)
1593. Where to do axels
1594. White rapper Vanilla ___
1595. Wild game site
1596. Windshield sticker?
1597. Winter Olympics necessity
1598. Winter Olympics need
1599. Winter blackout cause often
1600. Winter coat?
1601. Winter hazard
1602. Winter rink or summer drink need
1603. Winter sheet
1604. Winter skating surface
1605. Winter walking hazard
1606. Winter walking peril
1607. Wintertime driving hazard
1608. Wintertime road hazard
1609. Wintry buildup
1610. Wintry coating
1611. Wintry covering
1612. Wintry road hazard
1613. With bag or berg
1614. Witt's surface
1615. Word after dry or Italian
1616. Word before "cream" or "cube"
1617. Word before bag or box
1618. Word before bath or cap
1619. Word before pack pick or the puck
1620. Word before pick or breaker
1621. Word before show or sheet
1622. Word for diamonds.
1623. Word in cheesy beer names
1624. Word in many beer names
1625. Word in many rappers' names
1626. Word in several 4D monikers
1627. Word in some malt beverage brands
1628. Word preceding pack or pick
1629. Word that precedes or follows 'pack'
1630. Word with "bucket" or "pack"
1631. Word with "cap" or "cube"
1632. Word with "cap" or "pack"
1633. Word with "cube" or "cream"
1634. Word with "maker" or "breaker"
1635. Word with "skate" or "water"
1636. Word with "skater" or "water"
1637. Word with "water" or "maker"
1638. Word with bag or berg
1639. Word with box or bag.
1640. Word with box or cap
1641. Word with box or pick
1642. Word with fishing and dancing
1643. Word with pick or ax
1644. Word with skater or water
1645. Yamaguchi's milieu
1646. Yamaguchi's surface
1647. Zamboni's driving surface
1648. Zamboni-prepared surface and word that can follow the last word of the puzzle's four longest answers
1649. ___ Bowl (1967 NFL championship game)
1650. ___ Capades (skating show)
1651. ___ Cold ("Fear of a Black Hat" rapper)
1652. ___ Cold (fictional rapper in "Fear of a Black Hat")
1653. ___ Cube
1654. ___ Age
1655. ___ beer (Eisbock)
1656. ___ breaker (Canadian arctic ship)
1657. ___ cold
1658. ___ cream soda
1659. ___ cream sundae
1660. ___ dancing
1661. ___ dancing (Winter Olympics event)
1662. ___ fishing
1663. ___ hockey
1664. ___ milk
1665. ___ milk (frozen dessert)
1666. ___ sheet
1667. ___ the kicker (call timeout before a field goal attempt)
1668. ___ water
1669. ___-T
1670. ___-T (rapper who produced the documentary "Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap")
1671. ___-nine (substance in "Cat's Cradle")
1672. Summertime favorite
1673. Water, fruit juice, egg white, sugar
1674. Button's milieu
1675. Wintry hazard
1676. Popular dessert
1677. An age in time
1678. Winter symbol
1679. 'Diamonds'
1680. Tray filler
1681. Wild surface
1682. Clinch, as a victory
1683. Fire and ___ by Robert Frost
1684. ___ Station Zebra
1685. It's cold, regardless of climate
1686. Rocks, to a barkeep
1687. Sculpture material, sometimes
1688. Cool target for a yegg?
1689. Cooler contents, often
1690. Tumbler contents, often
1691. Holiday on ender
1692. Hail, essentially
1693. On the rocks rocks
1694. Pole feature
1695. The ____man Cometh
1696. Owen Davis' Pulitzer drama
1697. Surface for 54 Down
1698. It's raided at night
1699. Diamonds to a cat burglar
1700. North Atlantic menaces
1701. Diamonds to a yegg
1702. Glacier breakaways
1703. Diamonds, to thugs
1704. When things were cooler
1705. Winter danger
1706. Arctic land cover
1707. Cold epoch
1708. Gems, slangily
1709. Mountaineering tool
1710. Arctic tool
1711. Hotel room staple
1712. Glacial epoch
1713. Polar buildup
1714. Alp topper
1715. 2002 film about Manfred and Sid
1716. Mountain climber's aid
1717. 2002 movie with Manny the Mammoth
1718. 2002 animated film
1719. Opposite of global warming
1720. Long cold period
1721. Component of Saturn's rings
1722. Cause of a skid, perhaps
1723. Center ___ (hockey rink area, and a hint to this puzzle's theme)
1724. Do a patisserie job
1725. Seal, as a deal
1726. Add frosting to
1727. Place to wield a 10-Down
1728. When mammoths roamed
1729. Cold spell
1730. The Pleistocene Epoch, familiarly
1731. Mountaineer's tool
1732. Mountaineering aid
1733. Scaling aid
1734. When mastodons disappeared
1735. Scaling tool
1736. When the Great Lakes were formed
1737. Mountain climber's tool
1738. Glacier climber's tool
1739. Sherpa's tool
1740. Stuck in the freezer
1741. Kind of challenge
1742. Martian feature
1743. Bumped off
1744. Climber's tool
1745. Pole topper
1746. Top of the world
1747. Treat on a stick
1748. Drink with a dome-shaped lid
1749. Pastry decorator
1750. ___ bin ein Berliner
1751. Cold spike
1752. Mont. neighbor
1753. Ore-___ (frozen food brand)
1754. Hosp. area
1755. More distant
1756. Summertime treats
1757. More aloof
1758. By birth
1759. '-- bin ein Berliner'
1760. Here, in Paris
1761. In a very unfriendly way
1762. Here, to Henri
1763. Less cordial
1764. Sacred image
1765. Pastry prettifier
1766. Like most cupcakes
1767. Champagne bucket
1768. Lemonade alternative
1769. Cake froster
1770. See 2-Down
1771. Time of mammoths
1772. Cake finisher
1773. I, to Hans
1774. Legendary sensation
1775. Secured
1776. ___ coffee
1777. Potsdam pronoun
1778. Hosp. section
1779. Clickable symbol
1780. Deca- doubled
1781. Christmas-tree decoration
1782. Standoffish one
1783. ___ on parle franأ§ais
1784. Eaves dropper
1785. Sign of winter
1786. Screen symbol
1787. Mrs. William McKinley
1788. Light bulb, figuratively
1789. Mars feature
1790. Decorated, in a way
1791. Glazed
1792. Pleistocene epoch
1793. Good Humor product
1794. Polar feature
1795. Chilled
1796. Ocean hazards
1797. Cold pack?
1798. Jerks' works
1799. When mammoths lived
1800. Cooling-off period
1801. Dry __
1802. 10 Down surface
1803. 119 Down surface
1804. Diamonds, so to speak
1805. Surface for 6 Across
1806. __ cold
1807. With 66 Across, polar bear hangout
1808. First appearance of Sid the sloth
1809. ___ in peace
1810. Antarctic sight
1811. Cold time
1812. With 42-Across, hockey player's shoe
1813. Time of the woolly mammoth
1814. Crystal meth, in slang
1815. With 49-Across and 8-Down, rap song that was a #1 hit in 1990
1816. With 56-Down, a sweet alcoholic drink
1817. 2002 animated film with a 2006 sequel subtitled "The Meltdown"
1818. With 60-Down, epoch in the Quaternary Period
1819. Pleistocene period
1820. Dancing surface, sometimes
1821. Puck-carrier's surface
1822. Hit
1823. Jewels: slang.
1824. Make cold.
1825. American base.
1826. Where Sonja shines.
1827. The dovekie.
1828. Frappأ©.
1829. Skating surface.
1830. Frosted.
1831. The new republic.
1832. Eliza's bridge of escape.
1833. Frozen.
1834. Glacأ©.
1835. Eliza's bridge.
1836. Eliza's river transportation.
1837. Simple dessert.
1838. Transparent brittle substance.
1839. Owen Davis' Pulitzer prize play, 1923.
1840. Pleistocene epoch.
1841. Where Barbara Scott shines.
1842. Haughty one.
1843. Describing an out-of-date box.
1844. Eliza's crossing blocks.
1845. On which the Red Wings reign.
1846. Summer dessert.
1847. Summer home for a polar bear.
1848. An age, land or skate.
1849. Cold formality.
1850. Dick Button's arena.
1851. Dick Button's medium.
1852. Kitchen commodity.
1853. Symbol of winter.
1854. Prescription for a headache.
1855. Summertime favorite.
1856. Water, fruit juice, egg white, sugar.
1857. Wintry hazard.
1858. Geological time.
1859. An age in time.
1860. Disappearing cube.
1861. Hockey surface.
1862. Popular dessert.
1863. Shipping hazard.
1864. Winter symbol.
1865. Period of geological time.
1866. Refrigerant.
1867. ___ age.
1868. Geological period.
1869. Arctic expanse.
1870. Carol Heiss milieu.
1871. Dieter's dessert.
1872. Frosty atmosphere.
1873. Homemade product.
1874. Old-fashioned refrigerant.
1875. Wintry glaze.
1876. Many long years ago.
1877. Cap over Greenland.
1878. Penguin environment.
1879. Vista at Thule.
1880. Water ___.
1881. Deep freeze, way back when.
1882. About a million years ago.
1883. Long ago period.
1884. Winter fishing aids.
1885. Glacial epoch.
1886. A kind of lettuce.
1887. Geologic period.
1888. See 25 Across.
1889. Epoch in time.
1890. Arctic sight.
1891. Cold grip
1892. Cold word for hot gems.
1893. Sheet on the road, perhaps
1894. See 39-Across
1895. Something to slip on?
1896. Preserve, in a way
1897. Preserve, perhaps
1898. Disappearing cube
1899. Shipping hazard
1900. The "rocks"
1901. Wintry glaze
1902. Floes
1903. Frosty atmosphere
1904. Dieter's dessert
1905. Homemade product
1906. Coldness
1907. Carol Heiss milieu
1908. Arctic expanse
1909. Albright medium
1910. Penguin environment
1911. Water ___
1912. Camphor ___
1913. Sludge
1914. Coldness of reserve
1915. An age in the earth's development
1916. Frosting
1917. Form of camphor
1918. Snow's partner
1919. Household need
1920. Sometime road surface
1921. Frozen food
1922. Serac substance
1923. Top the cake
1924. Protection money: Slang
1925. Certain cubes
1926. Often broken item
1927. Popular kind of "Follies"
1928. Hostile atmosphere
1929. On which curling is played
1930. Highway problem
1931. Item in a setup
1932. Kind of dessert
1933. See
1934. Light summer dessert
1935. Kind of boat
1936. Weather word
1937. Diamonds: Colloq
1938. Cold comfort for an athlete?
1939. Jan. head-soother
1940. ___ Princess, 2005 movie starring Joan Cusack as Joan Carlyle
1941. Reserve shown in Punic engagement
1942. ___ cream social
1943. Robert Van Winkle or Vanilla __
1944. Juicer contains cold item
1945. Melting cube?
1946. Surface for 16-Across
1947. Freeze ingredient for milk pudding that's not started
1948. Basic bar supply