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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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Vendors included Haus of Swag, Kings Rule Together, Madd Fox, Nick-Knacks, Spread LA, 2 Lite Creations, Ugly Betty Boy Crush, among others.
ACCEPTS: New or used working appliances, wood and metal cabinets, carpet (no stains, no odors), all types of doors and windows (no broken glass, no rotten wood), usable electrical fixtures, hardware, lumber, usable plumbing fixtures, bundled roofing (no scraps), tile working power tools, unstained furniture (no rips, no tears), books and household nick-knacks
It may not actually have any books on it, but some jaunty plants, a few nick-knacks, and a selection of Bob the Builder toys.
Futanni sells baseball caps, rings and other nick-knacks to get by.
Art too is universal and here there was plenty of it, along with a variety of nick-knacks.
Born in Worcester, daughter of Edward and Edith (Borroughs) Leclair, she enjoyed having her nails and hair done, parties, shopping for jewelry and nick-knacks.
You may want to buy a few nick-knacks for your home today.
Next to the few pieces of furniture -- small table, desk, and set of drawers -- there are piles of cardboard boxes, old suitcases, empty water bottles and drums, pillows, plastic baskets, an old gramophone, hundreds of nick-knacks and "stuff" creating the feel of a deserted attic.
When I saw about her taking on water I thought there was nothing down for the boat and it worries me because there are lots of nick-knacks on it, things that you can't put a price on which a couple of sturdy bloke with a van could easily take.
7(ANI): Forget gold, wear imitation nick-knacks to look trendy and beat the recession.
My teenage daughter would love her bedroom redecorating but she refuses to part with any of her nick-knacks and I don't have the resourses to buy extra furniture.
One wants to linger there and see everything on display from candles and candy to nick-knacks and baby booties.
Had they glanced out of their Council House office windows they could not have helped notice that the square is full of stalls selling beer, frankfurters, sauerkraut and touristy nick-knacks.
From the smallest of horsey nick-knacks to the most expensive saddles, there's an equestrian Christmas gift suitable for every taste and pocket.
He got piles of presents, most with flashing lights, bells and buzzers, a lovely rocking horse and tons of books and nick-knacks.