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Cover the hardened heap of wax with a few layers of recycled newspaper, and melt the paraffin through the layers with your iron set on the medium, and steamless, setting.
But to the movie, you're right, it does lose steam but it also starts out a bit steamless, if that's a word.
The ship in which he was to take passage -- a square-rigged, clipper sailing vessel in those steamless days -- was to clear from Greenock, one hundred and eighty miles from
The dew-damps still lay steamless, for the sun had made no sky-way,
I have been riding round the glorious mountain sides in a horseless, steamless, electricityless carriage, and been delighted to find hundreds of tons of coal shooting over my head at the crossings of the
M Star, which manufactures steamless pipes for the gas and oil industries.
Hand of Man; cycling to the far side of BRC to meet with the rock opera people; picking up snow cones for Campbell on the way home; taking a steamless sauna in a form of igloo with about a dozen other naked men and women at