pastille


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Synonyms for pastille

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a medicated lozenge used to soothe the throat

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The one shown here came in for sale recently - a Georgian bronze pastille burner estimated at PS200-300 at auction.
With the advent of bone china, a much larger range of pastille burners was made in the first half of the 19th century, bringing these dainty objects within the reach of the burgeoning middle classes.
Vocalzone Throat Pastilles were created 100 years ago for the Italian tenor The Great Caruso (the first man to sell 1,000,000 records).
First an initiation step in which the thickness of the zone around the pastille decreases down to a minimum value (200-300 [[micro]meter]).
Rowntree's Fruit Pastilles value and volume sales have been static [Nielsen 8 January to 3 September 2011], despite the 3m investment in the ad.
Sir Tom replied that he uses Vocalzone Throat Pastilles and that they are "Great, unbelievable, they are made in England and they are great things.
Divinity is a pure creamy white and Lemon Pastille is a fresh, pale yellow.
The pastille burner did the same for rooms or even whole houses.
Last month Tom Jones spoke out in support of the little black pastille after being sent a letter about their origins by small Devon-based, family-run company Kestrel Medical Ltd, who now produce the lozenges.
Struktol ZB 47 is a user-friendly, dust-free pastille that is available worldwide.
The Norwegian confectionery company Brynild Gruppen has found a true recipe for success for its Dent pastille.
Pastille (a Division of Neiman Marcus) , and Henri Bendel.
In testimonies on the Vocalzone website, Stereophonics' Kelly Jones, Katherine Jenkins, Cerys Matthews, Lostprophets' Ian Watkins and The Last Republic's Johnnie Owen all sing the praises of the little black pastille.
The new system can be operated at a higher speed, while maintaining control of end product quality and still deliver a consistent pastille with a regular, hemispherical shape.
A pastille containing acacia and malic acid (Salivix, available from pharmacies) can also be sucked to stimulate natural saliva flow and improve taste.