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Ice Age
used in True Believer by Sparks

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Ice Age (proper noun):  when great sheets of ice (glaciers) most recently covered most of the northern hemisphere (during the Pleistocene Epoch until about 10,000 years ago)

ice age (common noun):  any of earth's periods of climatic cold
  • 8-degree rise in temperature over the last one hundred years, which foretold Sahara-like consequences throughout the United States, or (b) how global warming might cause the next ice age and turn the United States into an icy tundra.
    Chapter Two (23% in)

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