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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: How Does Our Garden Grow?

Page: 9

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How Does Our Garden Grow?

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: CREATE YOUR OWN COOKBOOK

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CREATE YOUR OWN COOKBOOK

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Dinner Is Served

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Dinner Is Served

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: He Said, She Said

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He Said, She Said

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: BH&G TV

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BH&G TV

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Between friends

Page: 12

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Between friends

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Help for Wood Floors

Pages: 21, 22, 24, 26

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Help for Wood Floors

Don't just cover dull or damaged wood floors with carpet or rugs. Give them a new look with paint, stencils, and a little elbow grease. We'll show you how to create focal-point floors, from start to finish.

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Sizing Up End Tables

Pages: 30, 32, 34

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Sizing Up End Tables

"Wanted: Partner for sofa. Must be reachable at all times." Finding the right end table is easy when you know how to judge size and function.

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Making Books

Pages: 36, 38, 40, 41, 43

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Making Books

Sometimes you can judge a book by its cover. Rich papers bound with love and imagination hint at the importance of what hides inside.

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Dining Out

Pages: 44, 46, 48, 50

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Dining Out

Summer's warm weather invites dining alfresco, but you don't have to head for the nearest sidewalk café to sit outside and enjoy a meal or a cool drink. Do what the homeowners on these pages did and set up a space that can rival any restaurant's patio.

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Accents in Blue

Page: 53

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Accents in Blue

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Tomato Cage Railing

Page: 54

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Tomato Cage Railing

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Family-Fun Deck

Pages: 58, 60

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Family-Fun Deck

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Galley Kitchen Update

Pages: 66, 68

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Galley Kitchen Update

Lighter finishes and a more efficient layout help this kitchen live large without expanding an inch.

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: STAIN IT WITH SOY

Page: 70

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STAIN IT WITH SOY

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Paint it

Page: 70

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Paint it "green"

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Did You Know?

Page: 70

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Did You Know?

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article:

Pages: 72, 75

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"I don't want to go to college."

True, going to college for four years can be an enriching, eye-opening experience. True, a bachelor's degree is still an asset if you're trying to make it in America. It's also a must for many crème de la crème careers.

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Raising Cain or Savvy Siblings?

Pages: 76, 79

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Raising Cain or Savvy Siblings?

Of all the pressures in life, one of the situations that seems to stress parents the most is when their kids fail to get along.

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: High-Speed Crashes

Pages: 82, 84

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High-Speed Crashes

Add Subaru Legacy to the short list of moderately priced midsize and compact cars that perform well in highspeed front-end crash tests. The 2000 Legacy earned a good rating and "Best Pick" label from the insurance industry's test lab in Arlington, Virginia.

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: A Double at Half the Size

Page: 90

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A Double at Half the Size

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: A little bit country

Page: 92

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A little bit country

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Giving the hosta its due

Page: 94

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Giving the hosta its due

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Of fanciful fruits and flowers

Page: 96

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Of fanciful fruits and flowers

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Workman, spare that plant!

Page: 96

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Workman, spare that plant!

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Short & Sweet

Pages: 98, 100, 101, 102, 104, 106

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Short & Sweet

Miniature roses manage to load everything you love about roses into a tiny package. They shine in places a full-size rosebush wouldn't fit. They're hardy, tough, and less prone to rose ailments than hybrid tea roses. In short, minis are sweetly satisfying.

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Mini Roses to Go

Page: 107

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Mini Roses to Go

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Moving Day

Pages: 108, 110, 112, 114

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Moving Day

Yes, that rose has a future, even though it has sulked for a year. Let's say you suspect that the spot you picked is the culprit: too shady, too crowded, too dry, too something. Good. Just move your laggard to a better home. You may leave roots behind and the stems may not grow for a few weeks, but then the irrepressible vigor of a rose will take over and ... Varoom! Settled in a better spot, the sulker will soon be back at full speed.

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Walk this way

Pages: 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126

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Walk this way

The longest journey, of course, begins with a single step-- and you don't want that first step to be a sticky plop in the mud. It would also be nice, even where the journey is just a short promenade about your garden, if the ensuing footsteps were free of puddles, goo, and other nastiness. That is why you build paths, walkways, and steps in your yard. Every gardener seems to inherit a concrete walkway from curb to doorway in the front yard. But what about out back? And what if that beeline runway out front is no longer to your liking? Well, follow me.

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Small and white Clean and bright

Pages: 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138

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Small and white Clean and bright

If Barbara Baumann were to pitch this story to a Hollywood studio, it might go something like this: Gutsy gal filmmaker meets a strong-but-silent-type Dutch designer; they fall in love with a charming but neglected little cottage on a tree-lined lane, save it from the wrecking ball, and live happily ever after.

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Real-life FACE LIFTS

Pages: 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148

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Real-life FACE LIFTS

As the years go by, we live through all sorts of changes-- celebrating triumphs and surviving setbacks. The same can be said for houses. Here are five homes that spent years unnoticed, or were noticed for the wrong reasons, until families transformed the way their homes face the neighborhood.

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: MINI TART PANS

Page: 164

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MINI TART PANS

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Got Sunscreen?

Page: 177

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Got Sunscreen?

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Dirty Neck?

Page: 178

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Dirty Neck?

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Boost your daily dose of vitamins C and E

Page: 178

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Boost your daily dose of vitamins C and E

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Get Out of the Zap Zone

Page: 180

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Get Out of the Zap Zone

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Are Your Candles Making You Sick?

Page: 180

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Are Your Candles Making You Sick?

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: The Benefits of Bacteria

Page: 182

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The Benefits of Bacteria

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Aw, Nuts!

Page: 184

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Aw, Nuts!

Recent studies have suggested that eating nuts-- almonds in particular-- might help lower blood cholesterol levels. Armed with this evidence, The Almond Board of California challenged two of Better Homes and Gardens staff members to eat a rounded half-cup of raw almonds every day for a month and see how their cholesterol levels were affected.

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Digital Mammograms

Page: 184

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Digital Mammograms

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: Backyard Circus

Pages: 193, 194, 196

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Backyard Circus

Come one. Come all. See daring lions defy the flaming hoop. (Dogs will do, too). Juggle in a jiffy with pop-bottle pins. Or win a prize with the clown toss or balloon launch-- all under the blue-sky big top.

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: The Shopper's Mart

Pages: 200, 201, 202

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The Shopper's Mart

Discover the ease and pleasure of shopping by mail. Order with comfort and convenience from your own home.

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Better Homes & Gardens August 2000 Magazine Article: The family next door

Page: 204

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The family next door

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