nicknack


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Zookeepers at Twycross, in Atherstone, sweep out dirty paper from around tyres and other nicknacks in the enclosures every day.
Deep red hues create a rosy glow, giant, lustrous drapes run up the walls, and outsized shelves hold a collection of ethnic- looking nicknacks.
Built more than 200 years ago, it has been tastefully restored with all mod cons, lovely furniture, drapes and nicknacks, but still with original features including exposed low beams.
The front of Sugar Surgeons is a shop selling cake accessories: Candles, ribbons, colouring - all the nicknacks you need to decorate your own creation.
Cast a golden lie, she said, and all your household nicknacks will turn into little gods; shiny figurines sweating incense and wisdom in the cluttered rooms of a vast suburban night, its turnstiles of burning leaves.
So we buy a bigger house and soon have that filled with furniture, kitchen gadgets, nicknacks and plain clutter.
My nan used to collect glass and I've built a shelf to keep it all on with a load of childhood nicknacks I still have.
As the home of the silver "toy trade" - the manufacture of buttons, buckles and other small nicknacks - Birmingham was also the centre of the novelty jewellery industry.
Resistance is futile, the nicknacks will always get you in the end.
But in Hotel Rwanda, it's not the overpriced nicknacks that will give you a splitting headache - it's the fellas with machetes.
Excluding the tacky stalls selling cheap tourist nicknacks, the city is a shopper's paradise.
King Juan nipped off to a boozer for a beer while his missus bought a few nicknacks.
There are also a few items that will bring back holiday memories of Portugal - Ceres peach juice, Nicknacks crisps and peri-peri oil - reflecting a culinary link between the two countries.
As the home of the silver "toy trade" - the manufacture of buttons, buckles and small nicknacks - Birmingham was also the centre of the novelty jewellery industry.