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carpet stuffers

Extra yarn, usually jute, which is run lengthwise through the center of the fabric of carpet backing to add thickness and weight.
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Ninja Action Balls ($4.99) make terrific stocking stuffers. Figures inside are free-floating, showcasing their ninja moves when the ball is bounced.
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And we're sure you will agree these stocking stuffers priced from pounds 1.95 for the mini Color Protect Daily Shampoo to just pounds 5.25 for the125ml sprays, beat the usual socks and candy canes.
Lightlife is unveiling Smart Stuffers, a new all-natural line of great-tasting frozen vegetarian options that are quick to heat and eat from the freezer to the microwave.
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