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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: 1716 LOCUST

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1716 LOCUST

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: TRAVEL SAFE

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TRAVEL SAFE

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: WREATHS OF WONDER

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WREATHS OF WONDER

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: TURKEY DELIGHTS

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TURKEY DELIGHTS

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: Magazine subscription help is available online at www.bhg.com/service

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: November

Pages: 25, 26, 28, 30

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November

WARM UP WITH FANCIFUL FELT PROJECTS THAT ARE A CINCH TO MAKE.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: PLANTING A GARDEN PALETTE

Pages: 34, 36, 38, 39, 40

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PLANTING A GARDEN PALETTE

JULIE KING'S HOUSE TOOK ITS COLOR CUES FROM THE QUINCE BLOSSOMS IN HER YARD. NOW HER RENOVATED SEATTLE GARDEN FOLLOWS SUIT.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: THE JOURNEY TO PEACEFUL

Pages: 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48

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THE JOURNEY TO PEACEFUL

MOST WEEKENDS, BUSY EXECUTIVE MARY ELLA GABLER SWAPS HER HECTIC DALLAS LIFE FOR THE SLOWER PACE OF HER FAMILY'S RUSTIC RANCH RETREAT. GRANDCHILDREN ARE ALWAYS BETTER THAN WORK.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: BACK TO COOL

Pages: 52, 54, 56, 58

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BACK TO COOL

AFTER LONG DAYS IN THE COURTROOMS OF DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES, RANEE KATZENSTEIN RELAXES IN THE TRANQUIL SIMPLICITY OF HER HOME'S 1950s DESIGN.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: CELEBRATING AUTUMN

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CELEBRATING AUTUMN

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: BRING HOME THE BOUNTY

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BRING HOME THE BOUNTY

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: ROUNDABOUT

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ROUNDABOUT

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: SANTA FE

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SANTA FE

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: NEW NATURAL

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NEW NATURAL

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: WRIGHTLY REDO

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WRIGHTLY REDO

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: REVIVE A CHAIR

Pages: 72, 74

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REVIVE A CHAIR

A GOOD CHAIR, LIKE A CAT, HAS NINE LIVES. SO THINK TWICE BEFORE YOU TOSS IT OR GIVE IT AWAY. THAT NEXT LIFE MIGHT JUST BE THE BEST ONE YET.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: SIMPLY Grand

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SIMPLY Grand

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: Cook's Comfort

Pages: 82, 84, 85, 86, 87

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Cook's Comfort

SUSAN FORREST DESIGNED AN AMES, IOWA, KITCHEN WHERE EVEN HER BAD KNEES FIND COMFORT. THE SURPRISE: EVERYONE ELSE LIKES IT TOO.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: OFF THE Runway

Pages: 90, 92, 94, 96

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OFF THE Runway

Bring haute couture into your home, but don't hide it away in the closet. Put trendy designs on display by dressing your windows in line with current clothing styles. The fashion and decorating worlds strut their new looks each year, and you can too, by draping windows with updated colors, unexpected fabric combos, and variations in length and width. Long, slim denim panels (above) play off today's retro jean scene and its infatuation with the 1960s. Dividing the window into three sections, instead of the standard two, creates a leaner look-- think straight-legs instead of bell-bottoms. Take your next cue from the mannequins seen in store windows: Stitch rows of ribbon and other trims along the bottom edges.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: Paving THE WAY

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Paving THE WAY

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: TURN UP THE VOLUME

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TURN UP THE VOLUME

AMPLIFY YOUR INTERIORS WITH PATTERNED WALLPAPER PLACED THIS WAY AND THAT FOR STIMULATING DESIGNS.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: PARTY CHAIR

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PARTY CHAIR

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: 'TIS THE SEASON

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'TIS THE SEASON

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: TALE OF A LADLE

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TALE OF A LADLE

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: CAN-DO GRAVY

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CAN-DO GRAVY

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: FEAST NAPKINS

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FEAST NAPKINS

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: FLAVOR MAKERS

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FLAVOR MAKERS

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: TURKEY TRIMMINGS

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TURKEY TRIMMINGS

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: TASK MASTER

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TASK MASTER

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: QUESTION ANSWER

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QUESTION ANSWER

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS

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COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: STITCH AN HEIRLOOM

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STITCH AN HEIRLOOM

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: STAR STENCIL

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STAR STENCIL

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: TRAVELING MEMORIES

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TRAVELING MEMORIES

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: SWEET dreams

Pages: 122, 124, 126, 128

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SWEET dreams

WELCOME YOUR BABY HOME TO A SPACE THAT STIMULATES AND COMFORTS. FOLLOW THE LEAD OF THESE NURSERIES TO FEATHER YOUR OWN LITTLE DARLING'S NEST.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: Classic COMES HOME

Pages: 129, 130, 132, 134

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Classic COMES HOME

CHARM EXTENDED TO NEARLY EVERY CORNER OF THIS CONNECTICUT FARMHOUSE, BUT IT STOPPED SHORT OF A 1970S KITCHEN/FAMILY ROOM ADDITION-- UNTIL NOW.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: Softening THE EDGES

Pages: 136, 138, 140, 141, 142, 143

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Softening THE EDGES

KIM KELCE'S ST. LOUIS GARDEN IS A STUDY IN CONTRASTS, WHERE BILLOWING SHRUBS AND PERENNIALS BLUR THE PRECISE LINES DRAWN BY STONE WALLS AND CLIPPED HEDGES.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: ADDING AN ACCENT

Pages: 146, 148

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ADDING AN ACCENT

FLANGES, PIPING, BOX EDGES-- THESE MAY SEEM LIKE HARDWARE STORE TERMS, BUT THEY'RE REALLY PILLOW TALK. LET US DECIPHER SOME JARGON.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: Calm IN THE CLASSROOM

Pages: 154, 156

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Calm IN THE CLASSROOM

FOR MANY KIDS, A LITTLE QUIET TIME OFFERS A LOT OF STRESS-REDUCING BENEFITS. SOME SCHOOLS ARE ENCOURAGING A KIND OF HUSH THAT HELPS.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: A WOMAN'S TOUCH

Pages: 158, 160

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A WOMAN'S TOUCH

IN A MALE-DOMINATED AUTOMOTIVE WORLD, THESE DESIGNING WOMEN HAVE PUT A MORE PERSONAL AND PRACTICAL SPIN ON THE CARS WE ALL DRIVE.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: GRACE IN A SMALL SPACE

Pages: 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168

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GRACE IN A SMALL SPACE

THIS TINY BOSTON-AREA CO-OP LOOKED JUST LIKE ITS NEIGHBORS. BUT FRENCH ANTIQUES, FINE ART, AND FABRICS-- PLUS TWO TALENTED DESIGNERS-- HELPED IT STEP GRACEFULLY OUT OF ITS COOKIE-CUTTER MOLD.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: SIMPLICITY GOES BOLD

Pages: 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176

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SIMPLICITY GOES BOLD

IN A WASHINGTON, D.C., NEIGHBORHOOD OF ROW HOUSES AND SMALL YARDS, A DESIGN WITH JUST FIVE FEATURES MAKES AN INVITING OASIS.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: NEW LIFE FOR AN OLD SOUL

Pages: 178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188

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NEW LIFE FOR AN OLD SOUL

YOU WOULDN'T BE CAUGHT DEAD IN A CORSET. SO WHY STRAP YOUR HOME INTO A FUSSY LOOK THAT DOESN'T FIT TODAY'S RELAXED LIFESTYLES?

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: MANDOLINE SLICER

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MANDOLINE SLICER

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: SPRINGFORM PAN SET

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SPRINGFORM PAN SET

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: FEAST JOURNAL

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FEAST JOURNAL

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: SPARKLING WINES

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SPARKLING WINES

The fine bubbly bite of a great sparkling wine makes any event more lively and special, plus these wines are a wonderful companion for food.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: FRESH FRUIT GIFT BOX

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FRESH FRUIT GIFT BOX

Fresh from the groves of Indian River, Florida, and available by special arrangement with Gracewood Groves, this exclusive Citrus and Tea Time Gift Box contains about 15 pounds (five or six of each fruit) of sweet navel oranges, tangelos, and juicy ruby-red grapefruit. We also include a stainless-steel grapefruit knife, four grapefruit spoons, a box of apricot tea, an 8-ounce jar of orange-blossom honey, a linen tea towel, and kitchen-tested recipes.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: GUIDE TO A PERFECT ROAST TURKEY

Pages: 226, 228

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GUIDE TO A PERFECT ROAST TURKEY

To make sure you have enough turkey, buy 1 to 1½ pounds of bird per person; for every pound of bird you buy, expect slightly under a half a pound of usable meat after cooking and carving.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: PICK A PEPPERCORN

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PICK A PEPPERCORN

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: EGGNOG ADDS FLAVOR

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EGGNOG ADDS FLAVOR

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: A BOOST OF CHOCOLATE

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A BOOST OF CHOCOLATE

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: SPREAD THE WORD ON FROSTING

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SPREAD THE WORD ON FROSTING

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: PRE-PARTY PLANNING

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PRE-PARTY PLANNING

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: PAIN YOU CAN'T IMAGINE

Pages: 252, 254

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PAIN YOU CAN'T IMAGINE

MILLIONS SUFFER FROM A MYSTERIOUS SYNDROME CALLED FIBROMYALGIA AND THEY DON'T EVEN KNOW IT. DON'T LET ANYONE TELL YOU THE PAIN IS "ALL IN YOUR HEAD." HERE'S HOW TO SPOT THE SIGNS.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: QUESTION ANSWER

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QUESTION ANSWER

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: PERIL AT THE PUMP

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PERIL AT THE PUMP

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: USER-FRIENDLY LAVATORY FAUCETS

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USER-FRIENDLY LAVATORY FAUCETS

Rows of curvy spouts, showy handles, and gleaming metal finishes have a way of mesmerizing faucet shoppers. But the next time you buy a lavatory faucet, don't be blinded by the light reflecting off the shiny brass. Focus instead on how easy a faucet will be to use.

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: STYLISH OFFICE STORAGE

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STYLISH OFFICE STORAGE

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: Bath IN-BETWEEN

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Bath IN-BETWEEN

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: SETTING THE Kids' TABLE

Pages: 264, 266, 269, 270, 272

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SETTING THE Kids' TABLE

CHILDREN ARE OFTEN BANISHED TO THEIR OWN PINT-SIZED TABLE FOR THE THANKSGIVING FEAST. THESE TIPS AND PROJECTS TAKE THE KIDS' TABLE FROM UNWANTED TERRITORY TO COOL HOT SPOT

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Better Homes & Gardens November 2002 Magazine Article: The Shopper's Mart

Pages: 277, 278, 279

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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 November 2002 Magazine Article: It's Music to Our Ears

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It's Music to Our Ears

It is not by chance that the word "home"-- as opposed to "house"-- has appeared in hundreds, perhaps thousands, of song titles and lyrics over the years. A house, after all, is simply a collection of materials fashioned into a structure. But a home, whether we still live there or not, is a place in our hearts, a place real or wished for, where our memories of the past or our hopes for the future dwell.

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