noun 1. a bundle or loose twist or braid of soft threads, or a woven strip or tube, as of cotton or asbestos, which in a candle, lamp, oil stove, cigarette lighter ...
The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) provides Federal grants to States for supplemental foods, health care referrals, and ...
Middle English weke, wicke, from Old English wēoce; akin to Old High German wiohha wick, Middle Irish figid he weaves. First Known Use: before 12th century
wick (wĭk) n. 1. A cord or strand of loosely woven, twisted, or braided fibers, as on a candle or oil lamp, that draws up fuel to the flame by capillary action.
Wick may refer to: Candle wick, the cord used in a candle or oil lamp. Solder wick, a copper-braided wire used to desolder electronic contacts. WICK, the call letters ...
The Wick, Brooklyn. 4.767 curtidas · 21 falando sobre isso · 6.280 estiveram aqui. The Wick is a live music and event venue in Brooklyn, New York
Wick's history stretches back, at least, to the era of Norwegian rule in Caithness, which ended, conclusively, in 1266's Treaty of Perth. The name Wick appears to be ...
Wick Buildings is a manufacturer of post frame steel buildings, pole barns, storage and machine sheds, agricultural, equestrian, horse barns, pre-engineered for farm ...
Wick selection involves many variables such as wax type, candle diameter (width), fragrance oil density, and personal preference. Please note that the wick size ...
The former Viking settlement of Wick is the principal town in the far north of the mainland. The town sits astride the River Wick, stretching along both sides of Wick ...