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Home Furniture / Family-owned stores
« on: November 18, 2013, 09:47:51 PM »
What are family-owned *rniture stores operating in Los Angeles? I’m doing a study on business and *rniture manufacturing for a research company.

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Cabinets / Appropriate cabinets
« on: November 18, 2013, 09:45:44 PM »
We are looking for cabinets that can house celadon and porcelain wares. Are wood-based cabinets appropriate for the said collectibles?

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Desks / Mahogany or marble
« on: November 18, 2013, 09:43:23 PM »
Which offers the air of importance and authority: a mahogany table or a table made of marble? My friend is looking for an appropriate table for her tycoon father.

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Home Medical / Re: Home Remedies Emergency Kit
« on: November 18, 2013, 09:38:29 PM »
Creating your own home remedy emergency kit is a good decision. Choose a container that is lightweight and is waterproofed. You can also use Ziploc plastic if you don't have a waterproof container. Your kit should contain dressings from Band-Aid to large dressings, gauze pads, gauze tapes, cotton balls, isopropyl alcohol, small pair of scissors, thermometer, antibiotic cream, insect repellent, Betadine, and a CPR breathing mask. Store the emergency preparedness kit in an area that can be easily accessed by adult family members.

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Interactive / Re: *n and educational toys?
« on: November 18, 2013, 09:32:47 PM »
For educational toys that also spell *n, buy your nephews and nieces portable laptops made for their ages. These models are loaded with games from puzzles to memory games. These are also durable and light for easy toting during play dates. You can also buy them CDs that contain a world of information from a set of encyclopedia. Another that may be new to their technology-oriented minds is a puzzle that comes with a thousand pieces per box. This will certainly hone their technical and creative skills.

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TV Plug 'n Play / Re: DVR for kids
« on: November 18, 2013, 09:27:21 PM »
This portable DVR follows the model of Olympus cameras in that this toy is able to endure drops and, yes, drool from excited three-year-olds. Interactive toys for toddlers like this can hold their attention for a longer period. This one can record TV shows up to a couple of hours. This portable DVR can then serve as your child's traveling companion alongside her stuffed bunnies for long rides.

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Robots + Interactive / Re: Interactive toy
« on: November 18, 2013, 09:23:45 PM »
Educational toys that are interactive are the toys to beat. You can consider looking into buying the Crayola Digital Light Designer. It's a 360-degree dome made for kids age six and up. They can create light pictures that are holographic. They can also play games such as memory challenges and races. I think it's going to retail at $49.99. Crayola has certainly grown leaps and bounds from its humble beginnings of wax crayons.

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Indoor Games / Re: New board games
« on: November 18, 2013, 09:19:31 PM »
This board game is so interactive it requires an iPad! :) It's called the Game of LIFE zAPPed good for kids from age eight and up. The app for the iPad is free. It's your modern-day board game with monetary requirements reaching up to $100,000 for an education loan. When you reach areas showcasing achievements or special occasions, the iPad is activated to play clips from the show, America's *nniest Videos. Indeed, old board games pale in comparison with this *lly equipped game.

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