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  • The perfumes subject to the increase are those containing precious essences such as boronia, broom the latter has increased its price significantly this year, and is now about $500 per ounce and jonquille.

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  • The rare smoothness of Mysore sandalwood lays the foundation for a gardenia illusion - where sambac, jonquille, tuberose, kewda and cardamom dance in unity to create the warm, creamy-spicy sensuality of white petals.

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  • Le Miasme et la jonquille: l’odorat et l’imaginaire social XVIIIe-XIXe siècles.

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  • Ni un jonc, ni une quille...

    December 8, 2006