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  • adj. Not easily broken


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  • Fax: 1-210-HELOISE E-mail: FAST FACTS Dear Heloise: I save plastic, nonbreakable, clear peanut-butter jars.

    Hints From Heloise

  • I save plastic, nonbreakable, clear peanut-butter jars.

    Hints From Heloise: Birthday cake tips

  • Made of nonbreakable Vinilyte plastic, and designed for the new speed of 33-1/3 r.p.m., the records were developed by Dr. Peter Goldmark of Columbia Records.

    Today In History: LPs Introduced

  • He sells a nonbreakable pocket comb for 25 cents that he procures from his vendor for eight cents.


  • Note: In the future, if you are sending me your snot, please use a nonbreakable vessel.

    Your Disgusting Head

  • Hold a magic holiday card in your right hand and place a nonbreakable tumbler on the top edge of the card.

    Swell Holiday

  • Once the gifts were stashed and Mike began to emerge from his nap, they'd retraced their steps through the mall, this time shopping for items John didn't have to sneak past the boy: strands of tiny silver-white lights, garlands of tinsel, nonbreakable tree ornaments with satiny finishes and, at Molly's insistence, a large package of multicolored pipe cleaners.

    Father Christmas

  • Show your youngest children how to carry napkins, placemats and other nonbreakable objects and how to place them on the table or return them back into a cabinet, shelf or drawer. -

  • From the type of leather and where it comes from to how it's tanned to breakable versus nonbreakable parts

    Boagworld recommends

  • Hang nonbreakable ornaments on the lower branches, if you hang any at all at your pet's level.

    The Seattle Times


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