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crayon in Visual topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcrayoncray‧on1 /ˈkreɪən, -ɒn $ -ɑːn, -ən/ ●○○ noun [countable]  crayons.jpg AVa stick of coloured wax or chalk that children use to draw pictures
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crayonGrated crayon added to paint produces interesting effects and can give different shades of colour.It takes about 10 minutes, and visitors get free samples of crayons and markers.A pastel is a dry stick or crayon, it is not paint.Both side walls are covered with drawings-pencil, crayon, charcoal, child and adult.Can you imagine the board games, the crayon drawings, the tears?For Caspar there were crayons wrapped in a roll of drawing paper.Exhibit A, above, is clearly a shoddy effort created with crayons bearing no resemblance to Victoria.Rainbow lovers such as Todd Oldham and Isaac Mizrahi have always played with crayons, but never like this.