- 01. Peaches are in the rose family, and have a sweet [fragrance] when ripe.02. The [fragrance] of her perfume lingered long after she had left the room.03. Employees are asked to refrain from wearing any perfumes or [fragrances] which may bother others in the office.04. She mixes [fragrant] oils in with her massage oil.05. Flowers with a strong [fragrance] make me sneeze.06. This green tea has a refreshing, [fragrant] flavor.07. From 4,000 kilograms of roses, which totals about 55,000 blossoms, one kilogram of costly rose essence can be extracted to be used as an ingredient in [fragrances].08. Saudi Arabia reportedly has the highest per capita perfume use in the world, at more than a liter of [fragrance] a year for every man, woman, and child.09. A Maltese proverb notes that a kiss without a hug is like a flower without the [fragrance].10. Heda Bejar once remarked that the [fragrance] always remains in the hand that gives the rose.11. Due to the fact that many patients have allergies, this doctor's office is now a [fragrance]-free zone.12. She joked that the [fragrance] she wore to attract her husband smelled of a new car interior.13. Whenever the weapons of Mara touched Siddhartha Gautama, they turned into a rain of flowers, [fragrant] and soft to the touch.
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