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  • Zara's fall collection includes wax-coated skinny pants for women at $59.90, and a shetland wool smoking jacket for men selling at $69.90.

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  • The latest thing I made with these little treasures is 'wax-coated pine cones', using fallen pine cones, the wax of old candles and rose geranium essential oil.

    grimpette - French Word-A-Day

  • The first batch of them I bought in Melbourne, Australia seemed to be suitable as they were wax-coated and when I used them, they were fine.

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  • For example, 50 percent of the wax-coated glass disks on which the music is recorded are rejected before reaching the cutting room.

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  • Philadelphia Museum of Art Cat-head woman in purple dress Blue, purple, gray, beige, and green washes and wax crayon over soot and spit stick applied lines on wax-coated cardboard from Meadow Gold Butter carton

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  • Not to buy cigarettes or booze, but to get my hands on wax-coated trading cards like Wacky Packages and Garbage Pail Kids.


  • The alternating high- and low-pitched squeaks that echo in the cavernous 64 oz. wax-coated megaphone of a cup sounds disturbingly like my neighbors who go at it with full-force at 2 am. *ugh*

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  • After Hanfor left, Anna glanced at the camp table where she had already set out the water bottle, the late blackthorn apple, the bread, the wax-coated cheese, and the knife.

    Darksong Rising

  • After the first charge, his too-shallow sand pit is filled with water, and he is forced to use the baskets with the long wax-coated fuses.

    The Magic Engineer

  • Bees will position the midrib of their combs on wax-coated wires.

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