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 v.— «Celebrities aren’t the only ones getting iced out. Corporations want some icing action too. Smith’s company created a crystal-incrusted Nintendo Wii. They still take orders from the general public through the company Web site. The process called “icing” can take from a day to a week depending on the size of the product being iced.» —“She Helps the Stars Sparkle” WHAM-TV (Rochester, New York) Jan. 5, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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