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There he found what was left of the pomade, and taking a little on his finger, he smeared it around his left eye.
THE SCIENCE OF FAIRY TALESEDWIN SIDNEY HARTLAND
As he bowed his thick neck in pompous courtesy, she caught with a shiver the odour of pomade on his black half-kinked hair.
THE CLANSMANTHOMAS DIXON
For the production of the huile and pomade they are treated by maceration.
The fat, or pomade, is spread on to the glass on both sides.
If I do not give you the jar of pomade when you claim it, I will allow you to keep this gold piece and not return it to me.
And girls don't want strictness; they want kisses and laughter, scents and pomade.
It used formerly to be largely used in the manufacture of pomade.
Fine syringa pomade could be made in England at a quarter the cost of what is paid for the so-called orange pomatum.
THE ART OF PERFUMERYG. W. SEPTIMUS PIESSE
Grecian slaves were adepts at colouring eyelashes and eyebrows and treating the lips with red pomade.
Never use emery paper, (p. 022) pomade, or any preparation that cuts or scratches, to clean any part of the rifle.

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