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pencil

(pĕn-sĭl)
A material rolled into cylindrical form; may contain a caustic substance or a therapeutic paste or ointment.
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As certainly as I had seen the woman, so certainly I had seen her, with my pencil in her hand, writing in my book.
Using the eight remaining pens or pencils, figure out how to divide the rest of the lunch room so that each of the four grades has an equal amount of space.
GIRLS' PINK RI MONOGRAM PENCIL CASE : This simple and cute design is the perfect accessory for going back to school.
Fold the sides back up and thread both pencils through the holes, top and bottom.
Patent and Trademark Office shows Apple's plans for a second-gen Apple Pencil that has an eraser, a touch-sensitive surface, and is capable of providing precise tactile feedback helpful for artists.
EVERYONE knows the right brow pencil is vital but getting the perfect shade can be an issue.
They said the product is no different to regular pencils, except that its tail end is a "gelatin capsule" that contains plant seeds instead of an eraser enclosed in a metal case.
Her great-great-grandfather, Edward Weissenborn, designed 360 machines involved in making pencils. Many of those machines are still in use at General Pencil.
According to a private news channel, Asif is trying to get his name in the record book as he will use 26, 370 pencils to construct a 'pencil swing'.
Asif is trying to get his name in the record book as he will use 26,370 pencils to construct a 'pencil swing'.
1 box of #2 pencils or 1 package of mechanical pencils