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window-dressing

the ornamentation of shop windows, designed to attract customers
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It's an easy place to die" Alan Hinkes, 56, who has become the first Briton to have climbed all 14 of the world's highest mountains "Being a comedian is the most reckless, foolhardy way of making a living" - Comedian Bill Bailey, below "On leaving school, the height of my ambition was to be a window-dresser in a big shop in Dewsbury" Baroness Boothroyd who became Speaker of the House of Commons "There is noth ng more sexy than a man in an apron.
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