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In Testostérone it’s given the fuzzy-wuzzy treatment to give it more of a buzz, but for me it doesn’t do a one-up over its inspiration.
As Testostérone dries down (male menopause, mayhaps?
well, it suffices to say that Testostérone doesn’t do anything to alter the genes that dictate that my face should remain hairless for the rest of my life (I can’t do Movember – aside from the odd whisker that pops up every month or so, I really don’t have any need for a razor at all).
In fact, an impromptu straw poll I conducted with 2 of my female friends yielded the following: ‘I don’t like it’ (first words out of her mouth) and ‘It smells exotic’.
In July 2011 she completed her Ph D at the University of Bristol with a dissertation analyzing material changes to the landscapes and settlements of the Caribbean during the 17th and 18th centuries. Historic Preservation Office, architectural historians with the Architectural Research Department at Colonial Williamsburg and local historians participated in the research.
She is a partner in the Oxford Tree-Ring Laboratory, where she records and researches the fabric of historic buildings, and has prepared numerous successful nominations to the National Register of Historic Places.
Spritzing it again hours after I first try it on, it hits me – this is the opening of Comme des Garçons’ Monocle Scent Two: Laurel [click here for Nathan Branch’s review of it].
The laurel-camphor-pepper combination is unmistakeable, and would have given me a jolt, had I not smelt it before.
Among the many buildings he has dated are Mount Vernon in Virginia; the birthplaces of John Adams and John Quincy Adams in Massachusetts; the Josiah Henson Site ("Uncle Tom's Cabin") in Maryland; Drayton Hall in South Carolina; the Officers’ Club at the Presidio in San Francisco, California; and Windsor Castle, Westminster Abbey, and the Tower of London in the U. He began his career in buildings as an industrial archaeologist at the Ironbridge Gorge Museum in Shropshire, England.
After deciding to specialize in dendrochronology, he received his academic training at Oxford University through a grant from English Heritage.