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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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Increasing influence of 3D printing will remodel packaging methods for cosmetic pencils & pens.
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AMSPEC) who donated 1 million pencils and SM cares where the venue was held and donated 50 thousand pencils.
To her surprise, her daughter told her she broke her pencils so she could share these with her classmates.
SUE THOMAS: Press hard that way they can see if it's been altered HELEN CLARKE: I asked to borrow a biro and they were happy to lend me one IAIN CLOSS: The reason the have pencils is if the ballot papers get wet then ink can run and it will be marked void, this can happen by accident or even with sweaty hands at the count.
uk HHHH H WITH a more chalky than creamy consistency, this glittery metallic shadow goes on smoothly, the pencil tip making it easy to apply.
It is the second highest number of pencils ever wonby the region and follows last year's replacement of the
The coolest make-up kits now resemble your P2 pencil case - everything from blusher to lipstick comes in crayon or pencil form.
Until recently, scratch testing with pencils sufficed to determine the hardness of paint coatings.
Powerfully compact, ultra slim profile is similar in size to standard electrosurgical pencils and significantly smaller than competitive electrosurgical smoke pencils
Types of pencils that are famous between scribes and have most attention by them and applying are such as:
All woodworkers use pencils, but not all pencils are created equal.