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A shopkeeper in a toyshop in northern Tehran told Reuters, "About three weeks ago, they [the morality police] came to our shop, asking us to remove all the Barbies.
SoIhaveinstantlybecomeoneof these frantic mums, ringing round the toyshops, searching the internet in the hope of finding a little furryfriendformylittle girl intime for her birthday, which is now just days away.
They can see, on the coffee table of his LA bachelor apartment in the spin off series Joey, an old favourite from the toyshops of the 1970s.
HALESOWEN tot Megan Palmer shows her pedal power during the Fisher-Price Smart Cycle Tour de Toyshops event.
Hornby always placed a high priority on marketing and from a very early stage he was sending posters, placards and booklets on how to sell the items to toyshops throughout the country.
For toyshops, December is a matter of life and death, but if you share our view that it is probably a little early in the year to be thinking seriously about Christmas, consider this: If your body has to suffer through the steamy Tokyo summer, at least your mind can spend a little while dreaming of a white Christmas on a cold winter's night.
AN American manufacturer yesterday unveiled a size-16 doll which will rival Barbie in US toyshops.
During his lifetime Weber saw the number of his company's toyshops grow to more than 50 in Switzerland, with overseas affiliates in Germany, France, Austria and the United States.
If it's olde Belfast we want, bring back the men and women's outfitters, the toyshops, the TV outlets, the restaurants and sweetshops.
For those parents fed up with the glitz and incessant hype that surround the queen of the toyshops, though, a low-key competitor offers a delightful alternative: Ludwig Bemelmans' Parisian schoolgirl, Madeline.
To celebrate Le Tour De Toyshops coming to Birmingham, we have teamed up with Fisher-Price to offer five of our younger Chipper members the chance to win a Smart Cycle, valued at around pounds 100.
I note your friend already advertises in trade magazines, which I guess are read by toyshops.
Lego Bionicals: Creative and educational toy at last goes space-age with these eight-inch warriors E-Kara: Plug-in microphone delivers home karaoke to a television near you - fun for all the family Fimbles: Popular Klanger-esque creatures from Cbeebies now colonising toyshops Bob the Builder: Popularity is still building Thomas the Tank: Sales still full steam ahead after all these years Tweenies: They currently have a new single, new video and a new tour, which will have an impact on sales Teletubbies: Parents and educationalists doubted at first, but their new series on BBC2 will undoubtedly add them to toddlers' Christmas lists