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“The diet must be full and nourishing, but all pastries and "knicknacks" should be avoided.”
“And most importantly, could an entire industry of knicknacks, trinkets and gizmos be built upon the pursuit of these creatures?”
“Inside, the Big Room was decorated with cast-off knicknacks salvaged from garbage cans around town: old album covers, bamboo beads, an empty picture frame, a bicycle wheel.”
“I grew up with pictures of Elizabeth on several walls of our house in Detroit, and on numerous knicknacks... and on the funny money occasionally passing about.”
“The various knicknacks all seem to be getting in the way watch the actors try to avoid knocking them over.”
“Beauty isn't just filigree, decoration, pictures and curtains and knicknacks we put around our home.”
“And their house was so tidy and full of geegaws and knicknacks that i was scared of knocking something over.”
“It's more than a shell, it has knicknacks, personal touches strewn about the place.”
“The gift shop offers up some great L.A.-centric gifts in addition to the usual touristy knicknacks... but the cafe, run by Wolfgang Puck catering, is as expensive and lackluster as I'd heard.”
“I'm trying to avoid that by piling it up with knicknacks instead.”
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