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Also by using a smoke free white wax candle, the toxic gas production can be minimized.
White wax is said to symbolize leading people from darkness into the Easter's celebration, while the Greek letters symbolizes humility in Jesus.
The Deakin furniture collection from Barker and Stonehouse, above, is in oak with a white wax finish.
The interior of one of the boxes was lined with a layer of translucent white wax.
Instead it uses benzathonium chloride as its active ingredient and suspends it in a white wax that is designed to form a barrier on the skin.
99, Simply Wax Strip Free White Wax For Sensitive Areas, pounds 13.
5 cm, not narrowed at the base, apex rounded to subacute and minutely apiculate, greenish-glaucous with darker green irregular cross-veins mainly by transmitted light, chartaceous, sparsely and inconspicously white-lepidote and covered on both sides by a thin layer of white wax, apical margins not revolute.
1994), the leaf sheath pubescence of Ho 95-988 is negligible and white wax coating much less apparent.
Interviewed about her latest installation--a cluster of 364 robins cast in white wax and coal ash--an artist explained her use of repetition: "You can empower something by making lots of it, and then it takes on a new meaning.
They are usually up to 5mm (1/4in) long and certain types are covered with a fluffy white wax.