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  • From Portuguese company Piodao Group comes Tufted, a brand name which is similar to quality indoor items.

    Indoor Lawn Rugs

  • Tufted sofas in buttery chestnut leather ... a mirrored armoire with burled walnut doors ...

    Georgia Jeffries: Performance Art

  • Good Morning Frances, Cardinals are the best winter visitors to the feeders…Although, we have a couple or two, our most frequent visitor are the Tufted Titmice.

    Caroling Cardinals « Fairegarden

  • Weighing in along with such as Orac, PalMD, Val Jones, and Tufted Titmouse on the anti-scientific debacle that is Senator Tom Harkin's disappointment that the NCCAM hasn't "validated" more alternative medicine therapies, it occurs to me that we've heard this kind of thing before, albeit from the Republicans.

    The More Things Change...

  • Tufted titmouse edged out penguin by one vote with seven and six respectively.

    Matthew Diffee: Finally, I Have an Opinion

  • Tufted grasses, mainly Stipagrostis spp., are found scattered between the woody plants.

    Namibian savanna woodlands

  • Once had a squirrel whose winter outfit was so thick and fuzzy I called him “The Tufted One” had ear tufts in winter, too.

    Of course I not put on internets. - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • To the best of our knowledge, Asian Bird Flu has not infected the local population of the Great Yellow-Tufted Budgerigar (a feathered, flightless creature, native to central Canada, easily identified by its high-pitched hoot and distinctive waddle).

    And I don’t watch ER, either | Her Bad Mother

  • In July, FLOR, a division of InterfaceFLOR in Atlanta, launched the Tufted Frond pattern in its carpet tiles, which looks like scattered palm fronds littering a beach, as part of its new Martha Stewart Floor Designs (other styles in the nature-themed collection are called Acorn, Branch, Brook and Reed).

    Mother Nature, Design Guru

  • To the best of our knowledge, Asian Bird Flu has not infected the local population of the Great Yellow-Tufted Budgerigar a feathered, flightless creature, native to central Canada, easily identified by its high-pitched hoot and distinctive waddle.

    And I don't watch ER, either

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