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  • A window shutter is a solid and stable window covering usually consisting of a frame of vertical stiles and horizontal rails (top, center and bottom).
  • (Plantation Shutter) the name coined by Australian Timber Shutters in the 80s for their Australian style shutter with wide adjustable blades. Now a mostly generic term for timber shutters.
  • A hinged cover or screen for a window or door, usually fitted with louvres
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  • The process of commissioning, financing, or overseeing the construction of something
  • A structure with a roof and walls, such as a house, school, store, or factory
  • construction: the act of constructing something; "during the construction we had to take a detour"; "his hobby was the building of boats"
  • the occupants of a building; "the entire building complained about the noise"
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  • a structure that has a roof and walls and stands more or less permanently in one place; "there was a three-story building on the corner"; "it was an imposing edifice"
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Gears! Gears! Gears!® Beginner's Building Set
Gears! Gears! Gears!® Beginner's Building Set
The perfect beginning set! Heavy-duty plastic gears spin and twirl together in a colorful display that kids will find fascinating. This 95-piece set includes gears, pillars, crank, connectors and interlocking bases for endless building possibilities. For added fun, combine this set with the Gears Too! Add-On Set (sold separately).

"Mom! I made a crawling caterpillar! ... A rolling racecar! ... A ... thing!" With a whopping 95 pieces, Gears! Gears! Gears! Basic Building Set is a fantastic first construction toy for young builders. Bright, sturdy, uniformly sized plastic gears slip smoothly onto pegs on the square bases, which are easily linked together in any number of ways. Pillars and extenders expand the dimensional possibilities sideways, up, and out. Your 3-year-old will be an instant success at inventing any number of masterpieces with moving, working parts. Gears! Gears! Gears! holds plenty of intrigue for older siblings as well. An activity guide with instructions in English, Spanish, French, and German is included. And, as your little inventor grows, the basic set is perfectly compatible with other Gears! Gears! Gears! sets, including Wacky Factory and the Pulleys Plus accessory set. --Julie Ubben

For the young Rube Goldbergs of the world, this may be a gateway toy. With eight building platforms, 48 brightly colored, 2.25-inch plastic gears, a handle, and 39 connecting pieces, a child can progress from simple cause-and-effect play to constructing a racing car, caterpillar, or zigzag stairs. (Directions for assembly are illustrated, but preschoolers will need adult help). The activity guide (in English, French, German, and Spanish) provides two pages of instructions and suggestions for mini-experiments. This durable, easy-to-use toy is good for kids who like knowing how things work. --Louise Carter

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Nottaway Plantation-5394
Nottaway Plantation-5394
White Ballroom Nottaway Plantation-5375 Nottaway Plantation-5524 Nottaway Plantation, located near the town of White Castle, Louisiana, on the banks of the Mississippi river is the probably the largest plantation manor home still standing today. It is one of the most unique and beautiful of all the old plantation homes. Nottaway was built in 1859 for wealthy sugar tycoon John Hampden Randolph and his wife and it was home to their eleven children. The “White Castle” as it is often referred to mixes traditional Greek Revival with Italianate style architecture. It is 3 stories tall, and boasts 53, 000 square feet. Nottaway cost an estimate of 80,000 to build with a large portion of the labor to have been slaves and the majority of the building materials were harvested on the property. Nottaway has 64 rooms and 6 interior staircases. It is probably the most impressive and beautiful structures in the south today. The intricate detail of the molding and plaster frieze work is unparalleled. Nottaway was spared destruction during the Civil War because of the hospitality that she had previously shown a Union General that recognized the home, while traveling on a Union Gun Boat up the River and called for a cease fire John Randolph died in 1883, leaving everything to his wife. In 1889, being 71 years old Emily decided to sell the home. It is reported that on the day she left, she mournfully strolled around her beloved Nottaway, closing each window shutter before she left. Nottaway now serves as a bed and breakfast.
Nottaway Plantation-5535
Nottaway Plantation-5535
Nottaway Plantation-5375 Nottaway Plantation-5524 Nottaway Plantation, located near the town of White Castle, Louisiana, on the banks of the Mississippi river is the probably the largest plantation manor home still standing today. It is one of the most unique and beautiful of all the old plantation homes. Nottaway was built in 1859 for wealthy sugar tycoon John Hampden Randolph and his wife and it was home to their eleven children. The “White Castle” as it is often referred to mixes traditional Greek Revival with Italianate style architecture. It is 3 stories tall, and boasts 53, 000 square feet. Nottaway cost an estimate of 80,000 to build with a large portion of the labor to have been slaves and the majority of the building materials were harvested on the property. Nottaway has 64 rooms and 6 interior staircases. It is probably the most impressive and beautiful structures in the south today. The intricate detail of the molding and plaster frieze work is unparalleled. Nottaway was spared destruction during the Civil War because of the hospitality that she had previously shown a Union General that recognized the home, while traveling on a Union Gun Boat up the River and called for a cease fire John Randolph died in 1883, leaving everything to his wife. In 1889, being 71 years old Emily decided to sell the home. It is reported that on the day she left, she mournfully strolled around her beloved Nottaway, closing each window shutter before she left. Nottaway now serves as a bed and breakfast.

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