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  • n. The manufacture of candles.


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candle +‎ making


  • Fragrancing: Fragrancing is important in candlemaking.

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  • Plus, candlemaking demonstrations, tram tours and more. 10 a. m.-4 p.m.,

    Prince George's County community calendar, Sept. 16-23, 2010

  • Check back tomorrow for Day Three of container candlemaking.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • Taught yourself an art from scratch – Yes, candlemaking, aroma-gels, and I used to do embrodery

    moee Diary Entry

  • Eleanor stirred the pot from time to time, and the smell of boiled venison and the day's bread baking mingled with the odors from the soapmaking shed out back and the tallow they used in candlemaking right here.

    Seventh Son

  • The paraffin's opalescent appearance changes to a creamy white, giving jojoba wax important potential markets in candlemaking.

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  • One after another, spinning, weaving, shoemaking, candlemaking, tailoring, knitting, and similar tasks have been taken from the homekeeper because the same articles can be made better and cheaper elsewhere.

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  • Among activities will be candlemaking, a fabric artist at work, architects speaking, fresco demonstration and a chance to walk through the pipe organ.

    Omaha World-Herald > Frontpage

  • Poor If you got scratch offs pass em on to me To candlemaking. A General Guide to Candle Holder Beautiful decorative candles add to the décor element of the house and give the artistic touch. - Financial News

  • "It's as if Thomas Edison invented the light bulb, and people started talking about how the candlemaking industry is threatened," he said, referring to new telecom technologies that have made the subsidy unnecessary.



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