knick-knack


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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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The Santa meet-and-greet will include a framed photo of the child with Santa, in addition to mementoes like USBs, earphones, an entertainment voucher, kids meal and other knick-knacks.
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Gechen Chin and his mum run a store in Sharjah's China Mall and were selling mobile phone accessories, speaker boxes and other knick-knacks that were quickly snatched up by teens and techies.
Instead of appointing a full-time marketing manager to license firms, the market has been flooded with tasteless knick-knacks that have made huge profits for outsiders with no interest in the game, they say.
Don't worry though, Polizzi will find something to snipe about and our money's on it being the owners' vast collection of chintzy knick-knacks that ends up sending her into a highfalutin' fury.
Reg Miller, 65, from Southend, Essex, who named the shed Lady Sarah Out of Worthing after his wife, constructed it from bits of driftwood and knick-knacks bought from junk shops.
See here's a basketful of plates And cups and saucers too What happened to the lovely sets We used to keep on view With knick-knacks from a seaside stall With memories anew.
An exotic craft bazaar featuring traditional items will be setup at Lok Virsa premises showcasing the paintings, paper mache, metal work, gemstone and jewellery, wax printing, shawls, garments and a variety of other knick-knacks.
This perverse ruling not only flies in the face of all previous decisions about the wearing of religious knick-knacks like the crucifix and the veil but sets a dangerous and foolish precedent.
If you're missing the finishing touches for your home - those knick-knacks and accessories that complete a room - then head to the trendy South African homeware store, @home.
Selling knick-knacks, large selection of used books all organized, paintings, greeting cards; it's got it all.
Classic movie posters, retro tiki knick-knacks and Airstream trailers populate the house in his backyard that doubles as his design studio, where he often invites guests to come and hang out -- in their PJs (preferably a pair of Scantys).
There is nowhere to store the rarely-used home gym equipment, clothes in all likelihood you'll fit into again and those knick-knacks brought back from Tenerife.
ANTIQUE lovers are being invited to cash in on their family heirlooms and knick-knacks next weekend.
We'll add a few knick-knacks that make good impulse purchases for people who buy gifts for other shooters.