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Camay is the name of a scented hand and body soap, made by Procter & Gamble. It was first introduced in 1926 and marketed as a "white, pure soap for women," as many soaps of the time were colored to mask impurities. Camay's slogan for many years was "Camay: the soap for beautiful women." It was later replaced with "For your most beautiful complexion at every age.

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Google previewGeneral Viticulture (1962)

by Albert Julius Winkler

Camay. — Camay is an important variety ...

Google previewThe Anatomy of Humbug (2015)

How to Think Differently About Advertising by Paul Feldwick

Freud Chapter Six:The Bare and Pitiless Sunlight Chapter Seven: There's One Little Rub Chapter Eight: Camay is a Bit Catty PartThree: Six Aspects of the Elephant Chapter Nine: The Whole Elephant Chapter Ten: Your Flies are Undone! Chapter Eleven: A Halo of Spotless Elegance Chapter Twelve: The Meaningless Distinctive Chapter Thirteen: It's LikeLove Chapter Fourteen: Without the Prod of Salesmanship Chapter Fifteen: Dinand Tinsel Epilogue Epilogue Appendix 1: Where ...

Google previewAn Encyclopedia of Shamanism Volume 2 (Paperback) (2007)

by Christina Pratt

To camay, to forcefully blow the unity of all things into someone or something, is central to Quechua healing. The technique is used ubiquitously to bring anything, but particularly humans, back into balance with the unity of all things. This practice is derived from the Quechua awareness that all are one, and to fall out of balance with that unity in any way is the fundamental source of all illness. To camay the breath of life is fundamental. The shaman also camays with different substances ...

Google previewThe comprehensive dictionary of Biography (1860)

by Comprehensive dictionary

Hierocles Macrobius Produs 6tk Camay. Asclepius Boethius Olympiodorus Sallustius ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine in Non-Westen Cultures (2013)

by Helaine Selin

The month of Capac Raymi Camay Quilla was celebrated, first awaiting the new moon with some celebrations. The major ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis; or, Universal dictionary of Knowledge. [With] Supp (1816)

by Encyclopaedia Perthensis

of Camay.

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Incas (2015)

by Gary Urton, Adriana von Hagen

Molina describes it as having occurred during the Camay Quilla celebration in December in which men and women took opposite ends of a black, white, red, and tan rope and danced in homage to various huacas and deceased Inca kings. The dancers encircled Cuzco's main plaza with the rope and by joining both ends made various movements that coiled the rope into the form of a snail or snake. When the rope was finally dropped to the ground, it resembled a coiled snake, hence ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of Political Science (2011)

by Bertrand Badie, Dirk Berg-Schlosser, Leonardo Morlino

For Phiroshaw Camay and Anne Gordon (1999) “international observers bring an added credibility to the monitoring and assessment of elections, in that they are able to ...

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