waxwork


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waxwork

1. an object reproduced in wax, esp as an ornament
2. a life-size lifelike figure, esp of a famous person, reproduced in wax
3. a museum or exhibition of wax figures or objects
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The eyeballs in stock a The most kissed waxwork in 2011 is Prince William.
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However, when my sister used to take me there in the 1940s, the waxworks was known as the Cardiff Continental Waxworks.
The "Heart Wants What It Wants" singer has waxworks at Madame Tussauds Hollywood, Washington D.
Along with a model of rapper Snoop Dogg, the Hollywood branch of the British waxworks also this week unveiled a tribute to Marvel comic heroes.
The waxwork was the very image of the baby-faced singer as he appeared eight months ago.
Minutes after Tussaud's opened its doors for the first time, the man who had been second in the queue leapt the rope and decapitated the waxwork in protest.
The pop star was unveiling an interactive waxwork of himself during the launch of an attraction Air Guitar Star at the world-famous Madame Tussaud's museum.
Prince Edward and his bride Sophie Rhys-Jones were immortalized Sunday at Madame Tussaud's waxwork museum.
Nasdaq:RTLX) today announced that The Tussauds Group (TTG), one of the world's leading entertainment operations, has selected the Retalix StorePoint solution to be rolled out in all its 11 sites in the UK, Europe, USA and Asia, which include the famous Madame Tussauds Waxwork attractions.
HELEN Mirren displayed her cheeky side as she checked out her Madame Tussauds waxwork.
HERE'S a hair-raising story from Spain, with the news that Cristiano Ronaldo's stylist makes regular visits to Madrid's Museo de Cera to perform beauty treatments on his waxwork.