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attars of rosesの例文

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  • Here they purchased wool and attar of roses and above all silk.
  • According to the attar of roses of Egypt was manufactured in the province.
  • Instruments for distillation of attar of roses are also displayed in the carpet hall.
  • In 1990 Bulgaria was the world's largest exporter of attar of roses, used in making perfume.
  • Besides attar of roses, Kazanlak produces rose-scented toilet waters and facial creams, rose-flavored jam and even rose wine.
  • After the ice cream, he insists that she comes up to his apartment, to see his home and receive an attar of roses, " for remembrance ".
  • Although only about 30 miles long, this well-sheltered valley produces most of the world's attar of roses : an essence used in perfumes and made by boiling and distilling rose petals.
  • When she gained strength and returned, she introduced with renewed vigor her moving " Attar of Roses " sermon, based on the Song of Solomon, with its Rose of Sharon as the mystical Body of Christ.
  • Rose perfumes are made from rose oil, also called " attar of roses ", which is a mixture of volatile essential oils obtained by steam-distilling the crushed petals of roses, a process first developed in Iran ( Persia ).
  • Attar narrated that Bishr had lived a life of dissipation, and one day, as he was staggering along the road drunk, he found a piece of paper on which was written,  In the Name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate .  Bishr is said to have bought an attar of roses and perfumed the paper with it, and then deposited it reverently in his house.
  • He is critical of perfumes : " Perfumes are the most pointless of luxuries, for pearls and jewels are at least passed on to one's heirs, and clothes last for a time, but perfumes lose their fragrance and perish as soon as they are used . " He gives a summary of their ingredients, such as attar of roses, which he says is the most widely used base.