- Ice lollies
- Popsicle (Trademark)
- Frozen desserts
- found: Work cat.: Paletas : Boris Viskin, 2003: p. 45 (paletas in Spanish has two meanings: icelolly or popsicle (flavored ice on a stick) or palette)
- found: Wikipedia, Mar. 26, 2008 (popsicle: most popular brand name in the U.S. and Canada for a brand of ice pop; ice pop: ice pop is a frozen water dessert on a stick that is colored and flavored, called ice pop in Ireland and U.K., also ice lolly; called ice block in Australia and New Zealand, icy pole in Australia; almost always called popsicle in U.S. and Canada)
- 2008-03-26: new
- 2008-05-20: revised
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