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“Mystic Lilac may not replicate lilac like most synthetics do which usually I find overwhelmingly heady and powdery to the point of being cloying, despite their lilac loveliness, but it does create a Lilac impression throughout its existence.”
“Capturing the sublime and delicate essence of fresh lilac is near to impossible when using only natural materials, and Lilac is more often replicated in the lab with synthetic aroma chemicals.”
“Lilac is the only team of its kind and we are determined to keep going and to grow.”
“This soft bag includes an inside zipper pocket, two open pockets, a top snap closure and comes in Lilac Black or Lilac Sienna.”
“See, this beautiful white one with just a tiny speck of yellow in the middle I called my Lilac Lady. ”
“I believe this is a distant relative of what is called Lilac in the U.S.”
“In those days a girl such as Lilac would hope to be taken into domestic service and trained up to such high levels as house-keeper or cook.”
“If I have to spend another five years—let alone the rest of my life—cooped up in a subdivision called Lilac Lakes, cooking combinations of the six foods you will actually eat and making weekly pilgrimages to Home Depot to buy paint in every conceivable shade of beige, I’m going to make that chick in Mr. Rochester’s attic look like Marianne Willamson.”
“The pack includes the introduction of the "Lilac" PSP system, Disney Interactive's Hannah Montana PSP game (an exclusive dancing and rhythm action game for gamers to design the show and go on tour as the teen icon), a selection episodes from the Hannah Montana TV series on UMD, a 2GB Memory Stick PRO Duo, and stickers to customize the PSP.”
“Photographs by Simon Upton Lilac walls offset the classic John Fowler 'Mossy' carpeting in the bathroom.”
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