There may be one sibling who wants to throw everything away, while another may drag out the process indefinitely, finding nostalgic value in every tchotchke
An offshoot of her Glasgow-based risograph studio by the same name, Marcella's blog combines her own primary-color-saturated, pop-meets-deco artworks with a visual tchotchke
shop spanning international graphic design history.
The worst part are the cruisers: steely-eyed bargain shoppers who drive by our house at around four miles an hour, scanning our sidewalk sacrifices to Lord BuyOurCrap with the same expression as the Terminator hunting for Sarah Connor before shaking their heads and speeding off in utter disgust at our inability to carry the one tchotchke
that would make their trip worth it.
If we sense they would fit into our team, we invite them back and send them away with three things: a personality test, one of our games and a plush flower-a fun tchotchke
The churlish tchotchke
targeting Clinton was hatched up by an unknown vendor at the state's Republican Convention in Anaheim - where outreach to female voters was on the agenda.
The terminals have become must-have tech for anybody on Wall Street, anybody who follows Wall Street closely (such as financial journalists) and anybody close enough to Wall Street to want to look cool and have an expensive tchotchke
in their office.
Wikipedia has since informed me that tchotchke
is a Yiddish word meaning "a miscellaneous item with a connotation of worthlessness or disposability".
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" is a Yiddish "a miscellaneous item wiof worthlessness or dispouch, sorry, Rusty.
The spellers' favorite words include tchotchke
(an inexpensive showy trinket or young woman), pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanokoniosis (referring to lung disease from silica dust, a word coined in the 1930s with the purpose of being the longest word in the English dictionary), and weissnichtwo (an indefinite, unknown, or imaginary place).
You may have some tchotchke
that's produced in a limited edition of a thousand pieces," says Brenner, "but 50 years from now, 999 of those pieces are still going to be in the shrink-wrap.
But the tchotchke
era is over, according to leaders in the field, who spoke at a conference on wellness programs sponsored by the World Research Group.
They don't need another knick-knack or tchotchke
to collect dust, and probably have all the tee shirts or bathrobes they'll be able to use for the rest of their lives.