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Wiki wrote:
A credenza is a dining room sideboard, particularly one where a central cupboard is flanked by glass display cabinets, and usually made of burnished and polished wood and decorated with marquetry. The top would often be made of marble, or another decorative liquid- and heat-resistant stone.
We make those out of Coral in Rimworld. And human leather hats ofcourse, can't do without those, can we?

Bing wrote on Fumble-thumbed
How to Adjust an Older Micrometer: When you acquire an older micrometer, like an early 20th century Brown and Sharpe, you may find that it does not properly zero. After cleaning the measuring faces, twice, it still won't zero.
Sometimes you don't make sense. Must be your accent.

I remember "Who's the boss"; or more specific, Alyssa Milano. What guy? Were there guys in the series? You sure?
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