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  • Knickknacks of various vintages dotted the shelves: jars of herbs, bells, glass bottles of stones.

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  • Knickknacks—souvenirs of travels and memorable events—were the principal decorations.

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  • Knickknacks are smooth and carved from redwood: hippie accessories to Eden.

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  • Knickknacks and other personal belongings sit among piles of clothes.

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  • Knickknacks accumulate without rhyme or reason, forming stacks that tower to the ceiling, rendering the space impossible to fully utilize.

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  • "Knickknacks that you love, all of that stuff needs to be removed so they [buyers] can see the details like the molding or hardwood floors," she adds.

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  • Tropical Storm Brings Deadly Cloud Of Knickknacks Up The East Coast Likewise, many SIM characters, and sometimes, entire cities are abandoned by their owners when they are no longer "fun".

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  • Knickknacks, including a glass wine decanter that Mr. Hoke bought in Germany, decorate built-in bookcases on either side.

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  • & Knickknacks • Baby Equipment • Toys • Bathroom • Kitchen •

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