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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: 1716 LOCUST

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1716 LOCUST

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: FALL IN THE GARDEN

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FALL IN THE GARDEN

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: BACK TO SCHOOL

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BACK TO SCHOOL

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: September

Pages: 25, 26, 28, 30, 32

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September

CRISP AIR, CHANGING LEAVES, AND BACK-TO- SCHOOL SUPPLIES SIGNAL THAT SUMMER IS OVER AND FALL HAS OFFICIALLY ARRIVED.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: HARVESTING a Legacy

Pages: 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 40, 42

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HARVESTING a Legacy

Four generations of Heather McCurdy's family have been growing pears in Oregon. It's a tradition of hard work and happy times that she hopes to pass on to her own children.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: KEEPING IT ALL Together

Pages: 46, 48, 50, 52, 54

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KEEPING IT ALL Together

CLOSE TO OUTGROWING THEIR BELOVED 1905 HOME, A CONNECTICUT FAMILY LIGHTENED UP BY ADDING ON.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: POTS IN PARADISE

Pages: 56, 58, 60, 62

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POTS IN PARADISE

ARCHITECT DAVID RINEHART TOOK THE SLOPE OUT OF HIS LA JOLLA, CALIFORNIA, LOT AND MADE FOUR GARDEN OASES.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: READER SHOPPING

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READER SHOPPING

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: HOLLYWOOD MAKEOVER

Pages: 68, 70, 72, 73, 74, 76

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HOLLYWOOD MAKEOVER

LOS ANGELES CONTRACTOR LORRIE WEBB RESCUED A DETERIORATING POST-WAR RANCH THAT'S NOW READY FOR ITS CLOSE-UP.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: WHERE TO PUT PURPLE

Page: 79

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WHERE TO PUT PURPLE

Imagine holding up a glass of ruby-red wine to the sun to see its gorgeous color-- this same effect will help you play up the beauty of plants with purple leaves. Walk through your yard at different times of day to learn sunlight angles, and then place the plants so they will be seen with back or side lighting.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: PASSPORT TO STYLE

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PASSPORT TO STYLE

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: GARDEN PATH

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GARDEN PATH

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: ROOM SERVICE

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ROOM SERVICE

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: INSIGHT

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INSIGHT

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: HOT HUES

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HOT HUES

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: MIRROR IMAGE

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MIRROR IMAGE

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: EXCESS BAGGAGE

Page: 88

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EXCESS BAGGAGE

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: SUNNY DISPOSITION

Pages: 90, 92, 94

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SUNNY DISPOSITION

RENOVATING A 1920s ARTS AND CRAFTS BUNGALOW IN ATLANTA, PATRICIA AND RICHARD PERANO ADDED SQUARE FOOTAGE AND BROUGHT IN PLENTY OF NATURAL LIGHT.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: 1. ROOSTER AND HEN PRINTS

Page: 97

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1. ROOSTER AND HEN PRINTS

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: TREASURE TROUGHS

Pages: 98, 100, 102, 104

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TREASURE TROUGHS

HANDCRAFTED PLANTERS WITH THE LOOK OF STONE IMPART INSTANT STATUS TO WHATEVER YOU PLANT IN THEM. MAKE A FEW THIS WEEKEND FOR PLANTING NEXT SPRING.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: IMPROVING CIRCULATION

Pages: 108, 110, 112

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IMPROVING CIRCULATION

AN EAST COAST FAMILY IS LIVING AT THE SPEED OF LIFE NOW THAT THE FLOW OF THEIR STAGNANT, DEAD-END KITCHEN HAS BEEN OPENED UP.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: LIVING LARGE ON A SMALL LOT

Pages: 116, 118, 120, 122

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LIVING LARGE ON A SMALL LOT

WORKING WITHIN A MODEST BUDGET AND A PINT-SIZE PLOT, THIS PORTLAND, OREGON, HOMEOWNER USED EFFICIENT SPACE-PLANNING AND LOW-COST MATERIALS TO DESIGN THE MOST HOUSE FOR HIS MONEY.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: CRAFTED FOR ECONOMY

Pages: 128, 130, 132, 134, 135

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CRAFTED FOR ECONOMY

AN ARCHITECT REDEFINES ARTS AND CRAFTS STYLE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY, DESIGNING A FAMILY HOME THAT'S ECONOMICAL, ECO-SENSITIVE, AND INSPIRING IN FORM AND FUNCTION.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: ROMANCING THEIR LAND

Pages: 138, 140, 142

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ROMANCING THEIR LAND

THEIR YARD AT GIG HARBOR, WASHINGTON, WAS AN EVERGREEN WILDERNESS, BUT IMGARD AND LES FIX HAD VISION, A GREAT PARTNERSHIP, AND TIME.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: GEOMETRY 101

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GEOMETRY 101

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: GET A GRIP

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GET A GRIP

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: ARTISAN BREAD

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ARTISAN BREAD

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: ART TAKES LUNCH

Page: 148

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ART TAKES LUNCH

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: GRAB & GO COMFORT

Page: 148

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GRAB & GO COMFORT

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: ROUND THE CLOCK

Page: 151

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ROUND THE CLOCK

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: A MIGHTY GOOD SOUL

Page: 151

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A MIGHTY GOOD SOUL

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: LITTLE PLANTS FOR SMALL SPACES

Pages: 154, 156, 158, 159

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LITTLE PLANTS FOR SMALL SPACES

AFTER A SEASON OF GARDENING OUTDOORS WHERE EVEN SMALL PLANTS GROW BIG, IT'S FUN TO FOCUS ON INDOOR PLANTINGS THAT OFFER THIS PROMISE: LESS IS MORE.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: Build A BETTER NEIGHBORHOOD

Pages: 160, 162

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Build A BETTER NEIGHBORHOOD

HOMEOWNERS ACROSS AMERICA ARE CREATING GROUPS TO PRESERVE AND IMPROVE THE STREETS WHERE THEY LIVE.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: BE A GOOD House-Guest

Pages: 164, 166, 167

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BE A GOOD House-Guest

BY MINDING MANNERS AND MAKING SOME PLANS, YOU AND YOUR FAMILY CAN ENSURE A RETURN INVITATION TO ANY HOME YOU VISIT.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: Bullied ... by the Teacher?

Pages: 170, 172, 174, 177

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Bullied ... by the Teacher?

NEW RESEARCH SUGGESTS THE PROBLEM IS MORE WIDESPREAD THAN PARENTS REALIZE. HERE'S HOW YOU CAN PROTECT YOUR CHILD FROM THE MOST UNEXPECTED BULLY OF ALL.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: Reel PROBLEMS Real-life RESULTS

Pages: 178, 180, 182, 183

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Reel PROBLEMS Real-life RESULTS

MEDDLING IN-LAWS, COUCH-POTATO SPOUSES, AND DISOBEDIENT KIDS MAY BE FUNNY ON TV, BUT NOT IN THE REAL WORLD. BEFORE YOUR LIFE TURNS INTO A SITCOM, FOLLOW THESE RELATIONSHIP TIPS FROM TOP FAMILY EXPERTS.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: ARTY PARTY

Pages: 186, 188, 190, 192

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ARTY PARTY

MAKE YOUR CHILD'S NEXT PARTY A COLORFUL AFFAIR WITH DECORATIONS AND ACTIVITIES INSPIRED BY THE GREATEST ART-- AND ARTISTS-- IN THE WORLD.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: CHOOSING YOUR GUARDIAN Angels

Pages: 196, 198, 200

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CHOOSING YOUR GUARDIAN Angels

MORE THAN HALF OF ALL PARENTS HAVEN'T APPOINTED A LEGAL GUARDIAN FOR THEIR CHILDREN. HERE'S HOW TO MAKE SURE YOUR HEIRS ARE CARED FOR-- NO MATTER WHAT.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: READER SHOPPING

Page: 206

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READER SHOPPING

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: STRUCTURE ans STYLE

Pages: 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218

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STRUCTURE ans STYLE

WORKING AS A WELL-BALANCED TEAM, THIS YOUNG COUPLE UPDATED A 1915 HOUSE NEAR SEATTLE SO THEIR FAMILY CAN GROW INTO IT.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: SEEING DOUBLE

Pages: 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228

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SEEING DOUBLE

WHEN YOU PLANT SPRING BULBS THIS FALL, MAKE ROOM FOR SOME DOUBLE-FLOWERED VARIETIES. EXTRA PETALS SPELL LONGER LIFE IN THE GARDEN AND IN THE VASE.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: MODERN ROMANTIC

Pages: 230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238

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MODERN ROMANTIC

A DECADE'S WORTH OF COLLECTED FURNISHINGS MELD IN THE ST. PAUL HOME A DESIGNER CHOSE FOR LOVE.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: CANNING ESSENTIALS

Page: 252

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CANNING ESSENTIALS

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: PEAR RECIPE SET

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PEAR RECIPE SET

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: BACK-TO-SCHOOL BACKPACKS

Page: 276

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BACK-TO-SCHOOL BACKPACKS

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: PACKS THAT PAMPER BACKS

Page: 276

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PACKS THAT PAMPER BACKS

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: STOCK UP FOR WINTER

Page: 278

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STOCK UP FOR WINTER

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: DOGS

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DOGS

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: A REASON TO STOP VACUUMING

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A REASON TO STOP VACUUMING

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: SHOULD YOUR CHILD REALLY BE ON Ritalin?

Pages: 284, 286, 288

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SHOULD YOUR CHILD REALLY BE ON Ritalin?

When Sarah Collier's kindergarten teacher suggested she was hyperactive and required medication, her mother, Theresa, fumed inwardly. After taking her own quick time-out to cool off, the Rockford, Illinois, stay-at-home mom calmly coached the teacher on how to handle bubbly Sarah.

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Better Homes & Gardens September 2003 Magazine Article: The Shopper's Mart

Pages: 302, 303

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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 September 2003 Magazine Article: A SLICE OF LIFE

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A SLICE OF LIFE

As children first introduced to the mysteries of the kitchen, we learn how to blend the batter of a cake or flatten the dough of a pie. To a child, the cake and the pie represent two sweet realms of possibility, and somewhere in our early development-- amid clattering pans and spoon-licking and the silliness of flour-dusted hair-- we have a choice to make. Are we cake people or pie people?

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