WICK


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WICKWicklow (county in Ireland)
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Wick also received approvals for 17,838 SF flex space, which can be used for office and warehouse or short-term purposes.
Wick keeper Don MacMillan was then sent off and Hamilton grabbed a consolation second from the spot
Those vegetable oil "floating candles" use a different wick substance, usually fiberglass, and the flame end is close to the oil.
When the candles burn, the wicks give off gas lead particles, which then settle on walls and in lungs.
It was almost an unlucky 13th minute for Wick when a John Brown free-kick swerved just past the far post.
It smells heavy, required very high wick heights to get bright light, and soon crusted up the wicks on the burning edge to the point that they would no longer "wick.
Stevie Murray cashed in on poor defensive play in 23 minutes to put Wick in front.
Wick trimming: The only thing I might add besides the sharp scissors is to trim the wick half-way from each side, meeting in the middle, to keep a nice, straight cut, not angled, across the burning edge.
Nairn made a lively start, with Willie Barron causing problems for the home defence, but Wick took a 24th minute lead against the run of play.