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become fuller

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  • become fuller
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become

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wax lyrical

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We have four to give away worth pounds 25 each including stunning white wax candles infused in the decadent China Rose scent plus pillars, diffusers and a gorgeous silver mirror candlestick.
Topping the base is the distinctive Lava Lamp globe, containing a proprietary formula of blue liquid and white wax.
19 x 15 cm, inconspicuously and minutely brown-lepidote, pale colored; blades sublinear, not narrowed at base, 59-62 x 13 cm, coriaceous, green, inconspicously and sparsely white-lepidote abaxially to glabrescent, abaxially densely covered by a dense layer of white wax, apex acuminate, shortly caudate, recurved.
Closer to home, an artist found an old nail on the shores of Llyn Celyn, made thousands of reproductions in white wax and spread them over the floor in the shape of the lake - the one that caused the Tryweryn rumpus in the 1950s and '60s.
Woolly aphids have taken up all-year residence but are only obvious when they exude that white wax.
Untitled #945S-01 (Chinese Landscape), 1992-2001, a formidable wall encasing a veiled statuette and covered with wax-soaked tassels, provided a creepy specter of preservation, while the campy Untitled #989S-01 (Miss Scarlet), 1999-2000, ranked as the gaudiest of the group: a crush of beads, candles, bows, and leaves coated with the ubiquitous white wax.
ANSWER: Apply a good-quality white wax polish with a soft cloth and burnish it.
They carried bouquets that were a subtle combination of creamy blush Quick Sand roses, white Wax Flower and Wonzen Kiwi Green Cymbidium orchid blossoms, all accented by brown hypericum berries and a mixture of gravellia and variegated pittosporum foliages.
30 cm long, bearing 4 sterile bracts slightly shorter to equaling the internodes, ecarinate; floral bracts suborbicular, 40-45 x 38-40 mm, yellowish near the base and dark wine-colored toward the apex and margins, inconspicuously and sparsely white-lepidote inside, glabrous outside but covered by white epicuticular white wax, not completely enfolding the sepals and equaling 2/3 of its length, distinctly convex, corrugate near the apex at anthesis, ecarinate, strongly corrugate-sulcate after anthesis, apex obtuse-emarginate.
You'll need: Large white wax bowl, including wax candle, pounds 25 Sprig of ivy, pounds 1 Rose heads, pounds 1 each.
Two explosion arrangements of white calla lilies; pink and white larkspurs; cream, pink, and dark pink roses; white stock; pink alstroemerias; and white wax flowers framed the couple.