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Example sentences for waxing

But his artwork is much more than waxing nostalgic on our nation's values.
The monthly waxing and waning of the moon make a difference, too, say followers of the signs.
So in the first instance, the abundance of these exotic nuclei should follow the waxing and waning of this field.
Yet her longer-term literary influence, its waxing and waning, remains mysterious.
Waxing nostalgia never ends, especially when it comes to video games.
Waxing nostalgic about this decade is going to be tough.
In the previous three years, she had watched the toads increase in number with the waxing of the moon.
Without waxing too poetic, it was the moment when decades-if not centuries-of dreams about going to new worlds became a reality.
Even with its waxing economic power, it is too small to wield global influence alone.
Gold has a long history of waxing and waning in allure.
The spa also offers waxing services, manicures and pedicures, body treatments and aromatherapy.
Body waxing and manicures and pedicures are also available spa menu options.
The recreation room includes a fireplace, a ski waxing area and storage for skis and snowboards.
Beauty treatments include waxing, facials, manicures and pedicures.
Only licensed cosmetologists and estheticians may perform waxing.
Symptoms may last a year or more, and typically have a waxing and waning course.
At the stated frequencies, floors must be damp mopped and buffed between regular waxing operations.
Waxing unpainted wood surfaces is imperative for protection from moisture and abrasion.
If waxing services are provided at your nail salon, ask to see either a cosmetologist or esthetician license.
The service was provided by a licensee, however the licensee was not licensed to provide a waxing service.

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