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adjective as in enlarging

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Meanwhile, down in Atlanta Tann at Tantrum said it’s less about work waxing and waning.

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Rumor has it sugar waxing is hailed to have far more benefits than shaving, like reduction of hair growth or being gentler on the skin, but that depends on your personal preference and how sensitive your skin is.

For last week’s Classic, you took a closer look at a waxing crescent moon.

The repeated washes will strip wax just as they will oil, and hot waxing takes longer to redo.

Half of our music and all of our dancing is just about worshipping, praising, staring at and waxing poetic about the human ass.

They are told that Miss America has evolved, but shown a contestant waxing rhapsodic about Barbie.

As a result, it has now become a statement of sorts to actively rebel against waxing and grow out the bush.

With each passing line waxing on love and longing, he seemed on the brink of tears.

The entire episode was characters waxing poetic about their morals, which is just about as insufferable as it sounds.

"You have told me that before," roared the portly gentleman, waxing almost apoplectic.

It's you she cares for, and you may keep her to yourself,' said Frances, waxing more and more cross. '

"Then she ought to keep to her own proper sphere," said I, waxing hot.

They are evading the choice under cover of the Allies and waxing fat meanwhile.

He stood speechless, gazing at the woman before him, who seemed to be waxing in fury with every moment and every word.


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