The Man's Page: Big Boys'toys; When an Archaeologist Digs Up Peculiar Pottery Bearing Greek Inscriptions, He Is Helping to Chronicle the Wonders of a Vanished Empire. Today, You Can Invest in the Finest Creations of the United States and Help Preserve the Wonders of American Civilisation for Posterity

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The Man's Page: Big Boys'toys; When an Archaeologist Digs Up Peculiar Pottery Bearing Greek Inscriptions, He Is Helping to Chronicle the Wonders of a Vanished Empire. Today, You Can Invest in the Finest Creations of the United States and Help Preserve the Wonders of American Civilisation for Posterity


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This ``dancing robot'' brings the delight of the mobile pet into your home. But instead of adding to domestic chaos, it doubles as a vacuum cleaner.

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www.sharperimage.com $199.953Ultrasonic Jewellery Cleaner: When one is old enough to have a credit card but too young to have stopped listening to gangsta rap, giant gold medallions may begin swinging around one's neck and fingers canquickly begin to ache under the weight of ruby-studded rings.

Such personal accruements must continue to sparkle, otherwise one's street credibility will slump to the prestige-levels of a 1984 Ford Escort with a ``I've been to Redcar'' window sticker.

This jewellery cleaner uses water and a dash of ammonia to bring back the lustre to your valuables. …

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