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    baby furniture
  • Any kind of furniture made specifically for a baby such as baby cribs and mattresses, playpens, highchairs and changing tables. Popular nursery furniture also includes armoires, dressers, rocking chairs, toy boxes and rugs.
    outlet
  • A pipe or hole through which water or gas may escape
  • wall socket: receptacle providing a place in a wiring system where current can be taken to run electrical devices
  • A means by which something escapes, passes, or is released, in particular
  • exit: an opening that permits escape or release; "he blocked the way out"; "the canyon had only one issue"
  • The mouth of a river
  • mercantile establishment: a place of business for retailing goods
    rock
  • Rock and roll
  • move back and forth or sideways; "the ship was rocking"; "the tall building swayed"; "She rocked back and forth on her feet"
  • material consisting of the aggregate of minerals like those making up the Earth's crust; "that mountain is solid rock"; "stone is abundant in New England and there are many quarries"
  • Rock music
  • A gentle movement to and fro or from side to side
  • a lump or mass of hard consolidated mineral matter; "he threw a rock at me"
    bye
  • The transfer of a competitor directly to the next round of a competition in the absence of an assigned opponent
  • adieu: a farewell remark; "they said their good-byes"
  • One or more holes remaining unplayed after the match has been decided
  • In the sport of cricket, a bye is a run scored by the batting team when the ball has not been hit by the batsman and the ball has not hit the batsman's body.
  • you advance to the next round in a tournament without playing an opponent; "he had a bye in the first round"
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Bye Bye, Baby (The Memoirs of Nathan Heller)
Bye Bye, Baby (The Memoirs of Nathan Heller)
It’s 1962, and Twentieth Century Fox is threatening to fire Marilyn Monroe. The blond goddess hires Nate Heller, private eye to the stars, to tap her phone so she will have a record of their calls in case they take her to court. When Heller starts listening, he uncovers far more than nasty conversations. The CIA, the FBI, the Mafia—even the Russians—are involved in actions focused on Marilyn. She’s the quintessential American cultural icon, idolized by women, desired by men, but her private life is... complicated...and her connection to the Kennedys makes her an object of interest to some parties with sinister intentions.

Not long after Heller signs on, Marilyn winds up dead of a convenient overdose. The detective feels he owes her, and the Kennedys, with whom he busted up corrupt unions in the 1950s. But now, as Heller investigates all possible people—famous, infamous, or deeply cloaked—who might be responsible for Marilyn’s death, he realizes that what has become his most challenging assignment may also be the end of him.

PI Nathan Heller returns in his first new novel in a decade, as Max Allan Collins brings to life a vivid star-studded cast, from JFK and RFK to Frank Sinatra and Peter Lawford, from Jimmy Hoffa and Joe DiMaggio to Hugh Hefner and Sam Giancana. Bye Bye, Baby is a Hollywood tale you never thought could happen…but probably did.

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Outlet
Outlet
Dusky shot of the outlet (sewage?) at Ryhope beach. It sticks out the end of a crusty concrete jetty. Taken in spring this year, exposure around 2 minutes, shot on Pan F50. Then how can you say that I never try...
outlet pipe thames mortlake 7th September 2010 11:21.35am
outlet pipe thames mortlake 7th September 2010 11:21.35am
outlet pipe thames mortlake 7th September 2010 11:21.35am

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Sweet Bye and Bye
Could SWEET BYE AND BYE be the greatest theatre score no one's ever heard? It certainly boasts an amazing pedigree: music by Vernon Duke, lyrics by Ogden Nash, a book by S. J. Perelman and Al Hirschfeld. It crashed and burned during its pre-Broadway tryout in 1946 for various reasons -- some conceptual, some creative, some casting-related -- but at the end of the day what's left is a glorious collection of songs: restlessly inventive, playful and romantic -- perhaps Vernon Duke's finest theatrical achievement. A futuristic farce sending up big business, telecommunications, robotics, space travel, self-help groups and even the traditions of courtship and matrimony, at heart SWEET BYE AND BYE is a simple love story with some of the most beautiful ballads Broadway had ever heard. The world premiere recording of this Broadway-musical-that-never-was has been lovingly restored from Duke and Nash's original manuscripts by producer Tommy Krasker and orchestrator Jason Carr. With conductor Eric Stern leading the orchestra, and featuring a cast of Broadway and recording veterans -- including Danny Burstein, Philip Chaffin, Jim Stanek, Heidi Blickenstaff, Graham Rowat, Michele Ragusa, Telly Leung, Sara Jean Ford and, in the starring role originated by Dolores Gray, Marin Mazzie -- SWEET BYE AND BYE is perhaps the ultimate jewel in the crown of PS Classics' forgotten musicals series.

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