new candle

new candle

[′nü ′kand·əl]
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The wretched candle burns down; the woman takes its expiring end between her fingers, lights another at it, crams the guttering frying morsel deep into the candlestick, and rams it home with the new candle, as if she were loading some ill-savoured and unseemly weapon of witchcraft; the new candle in its turn burns down; and still he lies insensible.
(for the great men did not sup with the rest, but had each his own allowance in his study or the fifth-form room), cleaning candlesticks and putting in new candles, toasting cheese, bottling beer, and carrying messages about the house; and Tom, in the first blush of his hero-worship, felt it a high privilege to receive orders from and be the bearer of the supper of old Brooke.
The recycled wax is then shaped using different techniques to come up with the final product - a new candle.
A new candle is lit on each night of the festival for eight days, and the ninth candle stays lit.
* Lafco is redefining luxury through modern fragrance with an updated look to the brand as well as two new candle sizes, including a 3-wick iteration.
Their new candle packaging website encourages user interaction with its sleek and stylish look.
Priced at PS145 from www.frenchbedroomcompany.co.uk MATALAN'S new candle range is perfect for adding the sweet aroma of spring to your home.
A new candle is added each day in celebration of each of the days that holy oil stayed lit thousands of years ago.
SCENTSITIVE BOTTOM Sudocrem's new candle is meant to de-stress and soothe you by smelling like a baby with nappy rash.
The children would light a new candle each day, and a new white candle on each of the four Sundays of Advent.
The sensitivity of these sensors seems to vary a bit from batch to batch, so a slight code adjustment may be required whenever a new candle is built.