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Collecting furnishings including a candelabra, Graham spent years constructing the enchanting hillside haven and, after his passing, Jessie and her husband, Craig, fulfilled his dream to share the creation with others.
Five-foot-tall centerpiece candelabras decorated the tables.
Patrons will drive past 7 miles of lights passing by all 12 days of Christmas, a poinsettia candelabra, through an icicle tunnel all the way to Santa’s Workshop in Holiday Village.
This enduring religious object tends to take the form of a curved candelabra with a total of seven branches, six of them sweeping out from a central pillar.
Rabbi Chaim Schanowitz of the Chabad of Deerfield needed a ladder to light the large nine-branch candelabra.
With the re-dedication of the Temple after the victory, only one vessel of pure oil was found to rekindle the Temple's great candelabra.
On football game days, Southern tailgating rises to a whole new level when the silver candelabras come out at the Grove.
In the dining room, a pair of anemone-like sculptures stands in lieu of candelabra on the vintage table that inspired the design of one in his new line of furniture.
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Origin and Etymology of candelabra
First Known Use: 1805See Words from the same year
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