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PENCIL. An instrument made of plumbago, black lead, red chalk, or other suitable substance, for writing without ink.
     2. It has been holden that a will written with a pencil, could riot, on this account, be annulled. 1 Phillim. R. 1; 2 Phillim. 173.

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Each woman is given a box of colour pencils, and this palette of 12 colours along with a powerful imagination produces artwork that is unique to each person.
As they wait, the women are introduced to a world recreated at the tip of a colour pencil, where colour is used to breathe life into spaces that were previously empty.
The Fixpencil's early success was followed by Prismolo, the first watersoluble "aquarelle" coloured pencil heads, enabling easy watercolour effects and Supracolour colour pencils.