Friends and relatives have gladly given wood, neighbours have been cajoled into parting with odd lengths and the men on the nearby motorway workings have given advice on where to find oddments
and old trees.
Other landmark buildings house museums and art galleries, such as the Archaeological Museum, a treasure trove of Thracian and Roman oddments
located in a former mosque.
The jumbles of pale, easy-to-see oddments
apparently serve as a reliable indicator, the researchers say in the Jan.
In addition, a pretty decent boot provides some 450 litres of stowage space in the neatly squared off luggage bay with all seats taken while some thoughtful storage areas on board include a centre console CD store, oddments
tray atop the dash, plus cup and bottle holders.
Internees gathered scrap wood, metal, and other oddments
to create the inkwells, chairs, jewelry, and sketches showcased in The Art of Gaman (roughly "suffering with dignity") at the Renwick Gallery in Washington, D.
She selects from her basket a sequence of oddments
and returns them one
space is on the small side and boot space is small aswell and really suitable only for shopping or one medium sized case unless you drop the back seat.
Oddbins dates back to 1963 when entrepreneur Ahmed Pochee started delivering binends and oddments
of wine to the restaurants and clubs of London's West End.
But there was a bill for staging such a grandiose display of consumer art, running to 240 exhibits, and covering a full market range from Parisian chic to corner shop oddments
room is good for a family car, while access and luggage space is very reasonable.
It also represents GAM mission to uphold the environmental and healthy aspects around Amman, by a ban on the dumping of refuse and oddments
of public works.
My name / legible, formal, / abrupt") contains no secrets or tangible tokens of love but only oddments
the poet has forgotten to pack, dispatched for "tying up loose ends.