The quicker the finished product gets into the hardening cabinet, the smaller the ice crystals.
I noticed with an odd detachment that the fog was composed of minute ice crystals, which glinted in the glow of the strange lamps.
Or Mr. Waldner's assimilative opinion that he had seen only ice crystals.
Now and again a whirl of wind caught up the ice crystals and encircled his erect figure within the cruel clouds.
ice crystals that fall like rain, but I've told you this before.
I also find that the formation of ice crystals in wet mud has been observed in the clays about Boston by Marbut and Woodworth.
Ice being composed of ice crystals is called a crystalline body.
This substance may be volcanic powder or snow, in the form of minute ice crystals.
The comb-like ridges on the plaster cast have the form of the ice crystals.
Moses drove homeward that sparkling day, shutting his eyes to the glare of the ice crystals on the pines, and thinking profoundly.