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Across the street, hundreds more lined up for a housewarming at the university’s Institute of Politics, where conservative New York Times columnist Bret Stephens of the advisory board.
The song originally dropped in 2016, however Pusha T recently jumped on the track as a housewarming gift.
But my own mother, after watching me take upwards of 15 minutes to dice a red onion, punctuated by pathetic displays of running my eyes under water every 30 seconds, sent me my own Pull Chop as a housewarming present.
One of their orchids or potted plants always make a great housewarming gift.
Read more Gordy gave Reaves, who grew up across the street from the mansion, his baby grand Steinway piano as a housewarming gift.
A housewarming reception is planned for later this year.
The generous 18-ounce tin also makes a superb housewarming gift: Squirrel Brand Italian Black Truffle Almonds, $23.99 for 18 ounces, $28.99 in paper gift box; $46.99 for 36 ounces in wooden gift box, squirrelbrand.com.
The Ozone Layers Quilt Guild, which regularly meets at St. Timothy's United Methodist Church, donated housewarming quilts.
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Definition of housewarming for English Language Learners
: a party to celebrate moving into a new home
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