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knick-knack

Any miscellaneous trinket or toy, especially one that is delicate or dainty. I loved visiting my grandmother when I was a child and examining all the various knick-knacks she'd collected around the house.
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Despite being gorgeous, loaded and successful, Saint David of the Teeny Tiny Knick Knacks is still not happy.
This May Bank Holiday why not visit Picton Castle's Plant & Vintage Craft Fair on Sunday, May 4 and Monday May 5, it is the perfect way to get expert advice and beautiful plants from specialist growers, and to buy handmade or vintage knick knacks that will add colour and glamour to your world.
It's the first time that the church has set up a specific retail space which will stock a variety of donated items and vintage goods - including clothes, collectables, toys, books, bric-a-brac, knick knacks and home wares.
Thousands of bargain-hunters flocked to the kingdom's 24th Autumn Fair over the weekend searching for deals and a global variety of knick knacks.
The other part used to be a grocery store owned by same group but now is used to sell Cuban clothes and knick Knacks and can be easily converted to other use.
There are lamp shades priced at Rs 100, flower vases for Rs 150 and multipurpose glasses -- which can be used in the bathroom as well as in the kitchen or to store knick knacks -- priced at Rs 50.
Lillian was an avid gardener and enjoyed painting the wooden knick knacks that her husband made.
It's a small but quaint establishment, with shelves of colorful knick knacks and printed works masking a large inventory/work area in the back.
The yard of resident Alan Sussex, between Main and Albion streets, is a technicolor riot of flowers, flea-market knick knacks (including a totem pole) and a few cats.
It also has two further useful generous side compartments for toiletries and knick knacks.
Our Elders would appreciate the gift of our time more than they would cherish electronic equipment, dust catching knick knacks or even more moccasins.
Eventually, it turned out that Nadia was a missionary of some kind, and was also selling knick knacks door-to-door.
Now he has plans for another shop ( which sells contemporary furniture and knick knacks made by small manufacturers ( at the other side of the city next year and then a further coastal shop.
About 200 of OR's tiny, off-the-shelf locks are now on their way to Lovelocks, which supplies bondage wear and associated adult knick knacks to strippers, exotic dancers and sex shops across the country.
Together, they proudly show visitors a collection of animal statuettes that give a most realistic view of the breathtaking surroundings and knick knacks that line the walls of the quaint building.