Make Up Caddy

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    make up
  • Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
  • The composition or constitution of something
  • constitute: form or compose; "This money is my only income"; "The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance"; "These constitute my entire belonging"; "The children made up the chorus"; "This sum represents my entire income for a year"; "These few men comprise his entire army"
  • makeup: an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"
  • constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
  • The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
  • caddie: act as a caddie and carry clubs for a player
  • In golf, a caddy (or caddie) is the person who carries a player's bag and clubs, and gives insightful advice and moral support. A good caddy is aware of the challenges and obstacles of the golf course being played, along with the best strategy in playing it.
  • A small storage container, typically one with divisions
  • a can for storing tea
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Makeup & Cosmetic Organizer That Spins for Easy Access to all your Beauty Essentials, NO More Clutter!Save Space on Bathroom Counter.
Makeup & Cosmetic Organizer That Spins for Easy Access to all your Beauty Essentials, NO More Clutter!Save Space on Bathroom Counter.
Designed by a woman who is tired of clutter! If you are short on space this is the perfect answer. This attractive caddy holds much more than a medicine cabinet. With just a twirl, everything you use daily is right there, not in a drawer, under the counter and all over counter. Black textured plastic is recycled and both the clear Lexan and Black are virtually non-breakable. This 12" W x 16" tall spinning organizer has other uses as well! I keep one on my kitchen counter and you may find other uses too.

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RARE! Volkswagen Pickup
RARE! Volkswagen Pickup
When Jim McLernon took over Volkswagen of America and oversaw the Westmoreland plant, he not only turned the Rabbit into a Malibu, he also turned it into an El Camino. The former Chevrolet engineer saw the potential for Volkswagen to expand into the truck market and created a pickup on the Golf/Rabbit platform. The Volkswagen Pickup was the first VW created in the United States. This 1981 Pickup features unit body construction to lessen the weight, not body-on-frame construction like conventional pickup trucks. The rear suspension uses a simple tubular axle held in place by leaf springs Maximum payload is between 1131 and 1250 pounds. The pickup idea was a good one – and as the Caddy, the little truck would be popular in other markets - but American pickup fans wanted something bigger and not so cute. As a result, the VW Pickup was not successful and lasted only three seasons. So this one is a rare find. The car-based pickups that inspired the VW were themselves disappearing from the American highway by then – Ford stopped making its Ranchero in 1979 and Jim McLernon’s old employer Chevrolet discontinued the El Camino in 1983. Such trucks were considered suitable only as flower cars for funerals, and a black VW pickup would certainly have been appropriate at Maxwell Snaberly's funeral. ;-) Ironically, Chrysler – which had copied the Golf/Rabbit with its L platform cars, the Dodge Omni and the Plymouth Horizon – sought to capitalize on the potential of VW’s minitruck by producing a compact pickup of its own, the Dodge Rampage, off the L platform. It came to market just as VW was giving up on its own truck and didn’t last very long itself. Such trucks are still popular in Australia, where they’re called “utes.”
Everyone who has ever been to Kansas City knows the story of this balcony. It is one of the first spots tourists seek out. Last year, more than a million tourists saw this spot of fame. "Sure enough" stated Raymond, a Yellow Cab Driver in the Kansas CIty area for nearly fifty years, "this is it, the number one spot. Always has been and always will be," he continued. Raymond mentioned that his cab driving days began at the old downtown airport, now called the Downtown Airport. Raymond continued with his narrative. "It was in the spring of 1960 when I first started driving my cab," he said. "I have been driving it for years. In fact, I just sold it last week. Wish you could have seen it, a 1957 Caddy Limo, kind of a cross between a navy blue and black if you know what I mean. Leather interior too. Well, like I said, I had my own limo service back then, before I joined up with the cab companies. Anyway my first fare said they were from Bar Harbor, Maine and had flown back to Kansas City simply to see it. They told me they had changed planes five times to make the connection. They said they flew in a DC3 out of some small field around Bar Harbor. They were good tippers. Said they owned a bar in Bar Harbor. So, I got their baggage together and we headed for their hotel, the old Muehlbach Hotel, gone now, downtown. My they did have one fine bar. Yes, indeed. DId I tell you they were actually from Bar Harbor, yes they were. You know, none of them were drinking. But this was the first place they wanted to see, right here, yes that balcony is very famous. Sure, they were impressed when they saw it, stood in awe and shot one photograph after another.

make up caddy
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Moeller DuraMax Flo n' Go LE Fluid Transfer Pump and 14-Gallon Rolling Gas Can
EPA approved Flo N Go DuraMax Portable 14-gallon gas container With MaxFlo Fuel Siphon Pump

Whether your fuel needs include watercraft, hunting and camping, generators, backyard power equipment, or professional landscaping tools, the Duramax Flo 'n' Go fluid transfer pump and rolling gas can make refueling a snap. The Flo 'n' Go is made of a durable, high-density polyethylene material in red that safely holds gasoline, diesel, or kerosene fuels. When it comes time to refill, the pump's patented Flo 'n' Go hand pump and pump holder handle takes over, letting you transfer fluids on level surfaces with minimal priming. And thanks to the dual mechanical shutoff valves at both the tank and hose, the tank's disconnection is spill-proof, providing a safe fuel transfer for both you and the ecosystem.
The tank includes a sizable 14-gallon/53-liter capacity and a 10-foot-long fuel hose, as well as a bolt-on hanger for convenient hose storage. And users will love the sturdy 6-inch wheels, which makes it a breeze to maneuver the tank over rough terrain. Other features include an ergonomically designed, heavy-duty top handle with extra-deep base unit handholds for transport; a UL-approved mechanically vented fill cap; and recessed grooves that provide nuisance-free strapping locations for safer transport. The Flo 'n' Go fluid transfer pump meets all DOT and UN transportation requirements.