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Crates

(krā`tēz), fl. 449 B.C., Athenian comic dramatist. He is said to have introduced into comedy themes other than those of personal satire, and he was one of the first to show the comic possibilities of the drunkard. He is thought to have originally been an actor. Fragments of his plays survive.
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Crate is the product I want for my little girl," Craig says.
Bonding: Crate training a new puppy provides an excellent way to bond with him.
Give him the object in the crate and leave him for 10 to IS minutes.
Zahid Hussain Gardezi said that use of wooden crates for marketing horticulture produce not only degenerates the quality of mango but also identified as permanent source of quarantine pests and insects.
Recycling the old crates into the new type means that all crates are standardised and stack together more efficiently.
The process will see two million old, inefficient crates ground down into plastic flakes, which are washed and dried before
Leaving canister in shipping crate protects it and saves lot and contract info
If you have a wire dog crate and it's necessary to leave the dog in the vehicle overnight, drape a wool blanket or quilt over top of the crate.
We looked at crates offered by the competition and theirs were 10-feet long and awkward to store, move and unload, which increased the risk of damaging the belt.
Crate & Barrel was co-founded by Gordon and Carole Segal in Chicago in 1962.
Ten holiday candy crackers - Crate and Barrel, $10 per box.