- Their cardboard boxes were wrapped and tied neatly with waxed twine.Chapter 30 (40% in)
- Take the wax from thy hairy ears.Chapter 4 (83% in)
- There was the Salvoconducto or safeconduct pass giving his name, age, height, birthplace and mission that Robert Jordan had written out on a sheet from his notebook and sealed with the S. I. M. rubber stamp and there were the four folded sheets of the dispatch to Golz which were tied around with a cord and sealed with wax and the impression of the metal S. I. M. seal that was set in the top end of the wooden handle of the rubber stamp.Chapter 36 (57% in)
There are no more uses of "wax" in For Whom the Bell Tolls.
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