adj. being nine more than ninety [syn: ninety-nine, 99]
IC, ic, or i.c. may stand for:
Usage examples of "ic".
He hoped to God he never had to go through something like that again--watching them wheel IC, eith away, knowing that he would never see his old buddy again.
Those with deep longing for life after death might, it seems, devote them selves to cosmology, quantum gravity, elementary particle phys ics, and, especially, transfinite arithmetic.
Instead there was a man who - in place of that free life - had chosen to incarcerate himself in Icen Hill, in the slatey castle in Askitosh.
Instead there was a man who-in place of that free life-had chosen to incarcerate himself in Icen Hill, in the slatey castle in Askitosh.
He created the word bionics as a combination of the Greek bios, meaning life, and the suffix ics, meaning after the manner of, or resembling.
He heard the backseater breathing raggedly over the ICS, and said, "What's the matter, man?
He heard Zig-Zag Ziegler grunt over the ICS as the acceleration slammed them into their ejection seats.
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