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Mr Osoro says some curio traders have altogether left the tourism value chain and opted for other sources of income, including casual labour.
In 2014, Hilton Worldwide also introduced two new brands in 2014: Curio - A Collection by Hilton, and Canopy by Hilton.
The Gun Control Act of 1968 established a license that allows you to receive for your own use curio and relic firearms (basically, those 50 or more years old).
Their exalted collective status suggests they might have been expected to sire greater numbers of curios.
HAPPY Tracey and Peter Woolrich are delighted to be living and working in Berwick's Cafe Curio, where everything is for sale.
Tom Cawley's Curios (above right) perform at Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, tonight and Tunisian singer/oud player Dhafer Yousef and Austrian electric guitarist Wolfgang Muthspiel (above) play St Mary's Guildhall on Sunday.
Of all the curios that have ever been assembled for gallery shows (it recently appeared at the Barbican as part of the artist's traveling retrospective), this one excites me the most.
Chapters survey the state and nature of Japanese culture in the world of the times, using art and curios as a focal point.
The adventurer had settled in Australia and began collecting curios, some of which were of international significance and extremely rare.
In the booklet accompanying ``Smile,'' Wilson's resurrected rock opus, there is a picture of a display box containing curios and knickknacks - some cute, some fascinating.
Outwater's ready-to-install woven wire grilles provide the perfect decorative enhancement to kitchen and china cabinets, racks, entertainment centers, clocks and curios.
Meanwhile, bargain hunters were out in force at a collectors' fair at St George's hall, with nearly 130 stalls selling trinkets, curios and antiques.
But far from being limited to tacky kitsch and bizarre curios, eBay also serves as a clearinghouse for a number of useful goods, from computers to automobiles to pressure cookers.
As were those of other merchant adventurers, past and present, the collections are eccentric and intensely personal, comprising anthropological curios as well as exotic zoological specimens.
Geography has little to do with it; it's all a matter of attracting tourists to gaze out to sea at the invisible line that separates the two oceans, and sell curios, trinkets and cream scones in the process.