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wax·ing

, waxing-up (wak'sing),
The contouring of a pattern in wax, generally applied to the shaping in wax of the contours of a trial denture or a crown prior to casting in metal.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

wax·ing

, waxing-up (waks'ing, -ŭp')
The contouring of a pattern in wax, generally applied to the shaping in wax of the contours of a trial denture or a crown prior to casting in metal.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

wax·ing

, waxing-up (waks'ing, -ŭp')
Contouring a pattern in wax, generally applied to shaping in wax of contours of a trial denture or a crown prior to casting in metal.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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John and his friends will be enduring the leg waxing treatment at Duke's Salon in Clearwater Way a week on Saturday.
Tickets to see the leg waxing proved popular among the students and staff and the trio had no shortage of sponsorship offers to lose their hair.
Schoolboy Liam Baillie braved leg waxing pain to bring special gain to a charity fund.
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Beauty student Robyn Christie, who goes to Henley College, carried out the leg waxing and each participant hoped to raise between pounds 150 and pounds 300, with the money going to Cancer Research and Breast Cancer Awareness.