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Mariposa Napkin Holder


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  • A napkin holder is a device used to hold napkins. A napkin holder can be made from virtually any solid material and is built so that the napkins do not slip from its hold, either by way of sandwiching them between two surfaces, or simply enclosing them on their sides in a horizontal design.
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  • any of several plants of the genus Calochortus having tulip-shaped flowers with 3 sepals and 3 petals; southwestern United States and Mexico
  • Mariposa was a relational database research project run by Michael Stonebraker at UC Berkeley. Mariposa focused on creating wide-area distributed databases using an economic model in which querying servers "buy" data from data servers which "sell" it.
  • Martin Eden (1909) is a novel by American author Jack London, about a struggling young writer. It was first serialized in the Pacific Monthly magazine from September 1908 to September 1909, and subsequently published in book form by The Macmillan Company in September 1909.
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Mariposa Twisted Napkin Holder Sand Dollar Weight
Mariposa Twisted Napkin Holder Sand Dollar Weight
Including complimentary napkins by CaspariĀ®, this classic napkin holder by Mariposa Brillante features a cherished theme of the seashore. The overall measurements of the holder are 5 3/4 inches in length, 5 3/4 inches in width, and 1 1/2 inches in height. The beautiful Sand Dollar Napkin Weight is 2 1/2 inches in diameter. Rendered from cast aluminum, the entire set is buffed to a glowing finish. Please wash by hand. The pattern of the complimentary cocktail napkins may vary from the picture shown.

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ahora con esto del Mundial de futbol, hasta la mariposa se puso en Moda, pon atencion a sus Ojos ;)
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Barbie Mariposa
Join Barbie in an all-new world of Butterfly Fairies! Mariposa is a beautiful butterfly fairy who loves to read and dream about the world outside her home in the land of Flutterfield.
Flutterfield is protected by the Queen's glimmering magical flower lights, but when the Queen is poisoned by the evil fairy Henna, the special lights begin to go out one by one. It's up to the brave Mariposa and her friends to journey beyond the safe borders of the city in search of a hidden antidote that will save the Queen. Join the butterfly fairy friends on an exciting adventure that will transform them forever!

Elina knows that it's difficult feeling like you don't belong, so when Bibble decides not to visit a friend for fear of not fitting in, Elina relates the story of a butterfly fairy named Mariposa who loves to read and dream about the stars and the worlds beyond her land, but never quite feels like she fits in with her fellow fairies. Flutterfield was once a land of frightened fairies forced to hide in darkness from the monster-like Skeezites who devour butterfly fairies, but is now ruled by kind Queen Marabella who protects her land with glowing flowers. When a power-hungry fairy named Henna poisons the Queen in hopes of stealing the throne, it falls to Mariposa to venture outside Flutterfield to find the antidote to the poison and save the Queen. With some unlikely help from her attitude-laden employers Rayna and Rayla as well as her friend Willa and a little bunny fairy named Zinzie, Mariposa must bravely confront her own self-doubt as well as the Skeezites and other dangers in order to save Flutterfield and its Queen. Along the way, Mariposa learns that the best thing a fairy can be is oneself. This fourth Barbie Fairytopia adventure has all the visual appeal and wonder of the previous Fairytopia DVDs with a nice message about liking oneself. (Ages 3 to 9) --Tami Horiuchi


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