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- n. someone who makes candles
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- n. a person who makes or sells candles.
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- n. a person who makes or sells candles
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The stories they tell are often arresting: at St Andrews, among the imposing tombs of professors and merchants and golfers, one may find a stone set up by a candlemaker who, within six years, had lost, one by one, four small children and then his young wife.
His mother "was always pregnant with cloth diapers hanging everywhere to dry," says Jerry Vanden Eynden, a childhood friend who manages Candle-Lite, a local candlemaker.
A candlemaker, Connie lives in Ethel, Louisiana, population 2,000, a fleck on the map of East Feliciana Parish, which itself contains only two traffic lights.
Don't be hatin', maybe Mr. Burns was a candlemaker.
Have ye taken the land from the farmer, and given it to the tailor out of work and the candlemaker masterless? —
(Pictured is a candlemaker from Teotitlan del Valle, demonstrating his craft in a Oaxaca gallery.)
The tenth son of seventeen children of a soap- and candlemaker, Franklin was born in Boston in 1706.
The candlemaker only cursed his own foul luck to have survived the army™s incursions only to see his few remaining goods carried off by a plague of kenders.
The cooper, the blacksmith, and the candlemaker all had complaints.
In another cluster the carpenter resided, next to the candlemaker.