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- v. Present participle of beeswax.
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She has no plans to stop beeswaxing, in the same way that most people with more conventional libraries think of them as organic, works in progress.
And beeswaxing threads is mostly not done to keep ends from unraveling, but for much different reasons.
Later he pleaded guilty to beeswaxing the seat of the boys in front of him in chapel, much to the detriment of their trousers and the destruction of the dignity of Sunday worship.
Soon too we observed that the Dutch ships began to scrape and clean their sides, painting and polishing and beeswaxing 'em inside and out, bending new sails, and the very Mariners putting on half a dozen pair of new breeches apiece.
Ungodly old Ard-rey, Cronwall beeswaxing the convulsion box. domm, who, entiringly as he continues highly-fictional, tumulous under his chthonic exterior but plain Mr Tumulty in muftilife,2 in his an-tisipiences as in his recognisances, is, (Dominic