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The most expensive doodads so far include a Madoff flashlight that sold for 387 dollars, and a fleece sweater that went for 455 dollars.
It isn't necessary to fill the Washington rotunda with doodads to remind people of the holiday season; there are many alternative ways people would get that message.
Her mind-boggling array of doodads, including plastic flowers and soldiers, beads, beer-bottle labels, dolls and cheap fabrics, are affixed with pushpins because, as Khalil says in her catalogue, "In some warped conceptual vein, I didn't really want anything to be permanent.
But they do so while actively opposing educational vouchers that would eliminate the censorship of information that is far more vital to improving the education of all students, particularly those in the poorest neighborhoods, than all of the digital doodads the public schools are obsessing over.
But in the end, it was not all the doodads or the movies or the sales records or the news stories that brought my sister and me, and so many others, to a midnight book release party as the clock turned over to July 21, 2007.
Too many doodads that use energy and too few people making energy.
The small 8-12 oz bottles of Gatorade, orange, and other juices come with a plastic cap that is attached to a ring with plastic doodads acting as prongs in between the cap and the ring.
Instead of flaunting overly decorative architectural doodads, homes here are restrained--honest architecture," our architecture critic called it in a story last year.
You can chat via instant messages, insert music in your page and share all the photos and doodads that kids use to decorate their locker.
Everything comes through here in super-size portions--press releases, emails, phone calls, faxes, even doodads and chotchkes--but most of it is a testament to quantity over quality.
The reason is simple--they're easy to use and operate, with no complicated doodads or gadgets to get in the way, break or get bent out of line.
Eventually, seemingly every Inuit home became equipped with plug-in electrical sound systems, in which an automated record player was only one feature among many doodads.
LET'S FACE IT, without the assistance of those little mechanical doodads our memories might he a little less memorable.
Tariffs are blunt instruments and should not be used promiscuously to protect every domestic producer of widgets, winkets, and doodads, nor should they be allowed to stay in place forever.
But a $19 piece of steel pipe with a few doodads welded to it (a Bazooka) can be sent into a rigorous combat environment without fear of breakage, in part because it is simple and robust, and in part because it is inexpensive enough that its builders don't mind if it breaks.