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  • The wheels on his computer chair smeared melted candlewax all over his floor when he scooted over to his computer desk.

    The Grand Wizard Logs In

  • Cringes as Whedonites hurl candlewax from their tiny little Whedon shrines at me.

    I Might Get Burned Again...News about Whedon's Dollhouse

  • The tree seemed to dribble out of its branches like candlewax, and solidify into the spreading trunk and gorged roots.


  • She explains the origin of influential ancient scripts, such as Uncial and Insular Majuscule, magical terms that evoke the scent of candlewax and of sulfurous disputes over the proper date of Easter.

    Handwriting Is on the Wall

  • I would write long letters to old friends and seal them with my own candlewax.

    Susie Bright: Are You a Marryin' Fool?

  • They are covered in candlewax from the candle's the miner was using to light the tunnel he was working in.

    A Jeanealogical Post

  • The room where they lay would “smell of camphor, candlewax and soap, and be as full of coughs and hard-back chairs as a doctor's waiting room.”

    Posting the Dead

  • She was always the first, always seated toward the rear, breathing the dead in candlewax and incense.

    Falling Man

  • Clones can be made of rubber, with or without a vibrator, chocolate, or candlewax.

    YesButNoButYes: Plaster Casts, Adult Toys, and Celebrity Johnsons

  • I saw her chewing candlewax once, so maybe she was softening it for just such a purpose.

    Son of a Witch


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