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  • Giles introduced Whittington to a handful of other local artists and Artists in Cellophane was formed.

    May 2006

  • People are giving from the heart, not the wallet, and even I have spent very little, making hampers for most folk with a mixture of chocolates and my own home made marmalaides, jams an marinated fetta; bought some of those nice small square bowls, arranged the items, with help from my husband, wrapped them in Cellophane and tied with a bright ribbon. our national broadcaster has released a magazine called 'home basics' to teach what women traditionally learned from their mothers, 'shows like' better homes 'are teaching people how to cook nutricious yet budget meals from scratch and books such as' Spotless ',' Comfy 'and' Speed-cleaning and 'the Commonsense Cook Book' are best sellers.

    A Rich Home Life

  • Cellophane is wrapped over the prisoner’s face and water is poured over him.

    Waterboarding

  • Well, my man Icky has correctly pointed out that my previous post, entitled "Cellophane," isn't really about cellophane at all, but about Saran Wrap, or whatever the generic term for Saran Wrap is.

    Duh

  • Two of the houses, the 76-square-foot "micro compact home" and the multistory "Cellophane" building can run off the grid using solar panels.

    Stars to 'Believe' In

  • Named one of the "25 to Watch" for 2007 by Dance Magazine with a performance hailed as one of the top ten of 2006 by The New York Times, choreographer Chris Elam's Misnomer Dance Theater performs the world premiere of "Cellophane" plus three early works:

    souldish (( high frequency culture ))

  • Mr. 'Cellophane' Thinman tosses a few sheckles out of his Limo???

    Reuters: Top News

  • Artists In Cellophane A cigarette machine-turned-art dispenser Claiming that it would take "military explosives to blow a box up," he said that the machines—which are outfitted with "several locking systems, tamper-proof cash boxes as well as molybdenum steel casing"—are a hit.

    Automatic for the People

  • Cellophane sachets of what looks like parti-colored popcorn from a crypt, promising to scent your home, your clothes, your life.

    A New Whiff on Potpourri

  • In every city and town across America today there is a "Mr. Cellophane," as the musical Chicago put it, and other men, women, and children who seem to have become invisible to those who set policy in Washington and to the financiers on Wall Street who put them in the shadows.

    Deborah Burger: Nurses' Main Street Campaign to Rebuild America

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