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“The great, cream-white blooms, a foot in diameter and more, lily-like and wax-like, white beacons of attraction in the dark, penetrating and seducing the night with their perfume, were busy and beautiful with their brief glory of living.”
“Farthest advanced of all was Charles Davis, the man who by all rights should long since be dead, his face with its wax-like pallor startlingly in contrast to the weathered faces of the rest.”
“Considering Dan Slott's only real notable Spider-Man contribution was the admitting fun pastiche of old Spider-Man, it does make sense that he's the one kicking off the 'revitalised' ASM, but why would I want to read a winking Spider-Man story with Steve McNiven's stiff, wax-like humans but plenty of detailed bricks art, done "just like old days, but MODERN!" when I can read Stan/Steve/Johnny's groundbreaking stuff that's played as straight fun and beautiful storytelling?”
“The flame of the little lamp softly flickered, stirred by the draught of fresh air, and shadows stirred all over the room, even over the motionless wax-like yellow face of my aunt ....”
“Her wax-like flesh (for after all, flesh and blood I think she is) by its delicacy and firmness, answers for the soundness of her health.”
“Her prettiness, wax-like in its quality, fascinated him; her indifference aroused perhaps his combative soul.”
“They stood before each other now, Lester pale and rather flaccid, Robert, clear, wax-like, well-knit, and shrewd, and one could see the difference time had already made.”
“Then followed the visit to Golconda and its tombs of wax-like”
“I mounted a chair to see her face, yet where it should have been I could see only that wax-like, transparent something.”
“Every object seemed to mingle together in a strange blur — the candles, the brocade, the velvet, the great candelabra, the pink satin cushion trimmed with lace, the chaplet of flowers, the ribboned cap, and something of a transparent, wax-like colour.”
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