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bauble

(formerly) a mock staff of office carried by a court jester
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Since Werper had evinced a desire to possess his glittering pebbles, Tarzan, with the suspicions of a savage, had guarded the baubles, of whose worth he was entirely ignorant, as zealously as though they spelled life or death to him.
The time will one day come, when a glance at those unmeaning baubles will tear open deep wounds in the hearts of some among you, and strike to your inmost souls.
She clung hold of his coat, of his hands; her own were all covered with serpents, and rings, and baubles.
These Gold LED Bauble Lights combine traditional lights with pretty glass baubles to magical, sparkling effect that's full of glitz and glamour.
Customers can buy a Christmas bauble for PS1, on which they can write a festive message or their happiest childhood Christmas memory before hanging it on a special Home-Sense Christmas tree in the store.
Pictured above is a copper candle while a stud bauble is pictured left and a deer hanger in slate grey is right
50 Decoration PS3 B&Q effect b ffffgreen PS B&Q Poinsettia and Bauble Table Top Tree PS15 T House of Fraser wooden reindeer advent calendar PS40
Made from high quality tin, each set features six baubles with four different styles to choose from, including a dedicated imperial pack with a Death Star bauble.
Take a bauble, stick the bottom of it onto a piece of thick card (thin enough to cut through, but thick enough to stop the bauble wobbling over), and glue your name card to the top 'neck' of your bauble.
Sylvia Pope, 72, started putting up her huge bauble collection in September because it takes her so long to get ready for Christmas.
com/en EACH one of the bauble designs represents a planet from the Star Wars films, and inside each one there is not just a mini-figure character but also a miniature version of their spacecraft.