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- A SOGDIAN INCENSE-BURNER OF THE LATE VII-EARLY VIII C. AD FROM KOSHOI KORGON HILLFORT. Fedorov, Michael // Iranica Antiqua;2001, Vol. 36, p361
Focuses on incense burners used in the seventh to eighth centuries by Sogdians from Koshoi Korgon hillfort in the Kirghiz Republic. Dimensions of the incense burners; Types of decorative belts of the incense burners; Analysis of the incense burners.
- M17 decon... // PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly;Dec97, Issue 541, p50
Presents information on how to stop starting problems of M7 decon's burner. Effects of frequent restarting of the burner; How to prevent burner starting problems.
- Buzz Off, Beehive Burners. Eliot, John L. // National Geographic;Jan99, Vol. 195 Issue 1, p144
Focuses on the beehive burners, the towering steel structures in British Columbia which incinerate waste wood. Description of the burner.
- Tripod censer with applied gold splashes Xuande mark. // Orientations;May2013, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p56
A photograph of a tripod censer with applied gold splashes Xuande mark is presented.
- CAPITAL CARATS. McCarthy, Cathleen // Town & Country;Jun2010, Vol. 164 Issue 5361, p38
The article presents information on the Wittlesbach-Graff, a diamond owned by Laurence Graff, to be displayed at Smithsonian's National Museum for Natural History.
- Scent-sations! // Gifts & Decorative Accessories;Mar1995, Vol. 96 Issue 3, p64
Features festive room scenters for the Christmas season. Includes emerald crystal fragrance burner; Ceramic aroma lamp; Japanese incense.
- DENMAN & DAVIS INSTALLS BURNING MACHINES, SAW. // Metal Center News;Oct2001, Vol. 41 Issue 11, p14
Reports the installation of burning machines by Denman & Davis in Clifton, New Jersey. Burning capacity of the machines; Feature of high-definition plasma of the machines; Comments from Rick Haeberle, company vice president.
- Azenta Expands Scented Product Line. // Souvenirs, Gifts, & Novelties;Aug/Sep2007, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p114
The article evaluates an incense stick holder from Azenta.
- Popular temple curbs incense burning. // Asian Pacific Post;9/4/2014, pPP17
The article reports that authorities of Xing Tian Temple in Taiwan will remove its incense burners and offering tables for environmental protection reasons and mentions topics including Taoist temples, shoujing, and Chinese historical novel "Romance of the Three Kingdoms."