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Even though I'm not aware of having any allergies to perfume, I will carry a couple of EpiPens just in case I get doused by a fatal flagrance.
It will come as little surprise to hear that the Spanish flagrance market is dominated largely by the Puig Group, based in Barcelona.
ironic analogy between the flagrance of her erotic vision and the
The flagrance of the entire proceeding is well summarized by the following letter that Brickner wrote to Maltz just before Wise met with the judge in Jerusalem in an effort to resolve the dispute:
Thai-China Flavors & Flagrance Fragrances Industry Co.
To eliminate and control odors remains a primary need among consumers, and over the last five years they have demanded more from home flagrance products.
The company creates more than 80 different color and flagrance options, and Wicks n' More candles are sold in more than 3,000 retail shops and department stores in 42 states.
Among her upcoming projects are a third flagrance, Fabulosity, a children's book and a Style Network reality show, Kimora: Life In The FastLane.
Brand manager Isabelie Dresco said early results for the powder and tablet formats had been good, with the flagrance variant already commanding a 2.
Rose petals are sweet with flavour reminiscent of strawberries and green apples, and roses with stronger flagrance will have stronger flavour.
La flagrance dans les delits permanents et les delits de consommation instantanee et d'effets permanents.
It's a fine desert morning, the sun just now warming the back of my neck, the sky that perfect blue, aster blue, as if you could hold a pinch of it to your nose and inhale the flagrance of wildflowers.
Olson uses vegetable oil to polish her furniture, and she shuns any items with a flagrance.
The world must be measured by eye'; It was when you said, 'The idols have seen lots of poverty, Snakes and gold and lice, But not the truth'; It was at that time, that the silence was largest And longest, the night was roundest, The flagrance of the autumn warmest, Closest and strongest.