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Stars of the park include the big cats (bobcats, lynx, and cougar), roly-poly black bears, and moose that munch all manner of browse, unperturbed by squealing youngsters.
Thirty-one feet long, it is woven of a special poly-grass fiber that doesn’t stretch.
Plenty of Vitale’s images revel in the adorableness of the tiny floofs—their roly-poly nature, their jet-black ear fluffs and their expressive black eye patches.
Know that no one understands the difference between a 3-pronged poly folder, available in multiple colors, and a 3-pronged plastic folder, available in multiple colors.
SCOTTeVEST Technology-Enabled Zippered Hoodie in black, cobalt, ash, maroon, or navy cotton/poly blend is $95; black microfleece version is $100; at www.scottevest.com.
What only moments ago was just a roly poly little noise monster now was all sweat and muscle and grief and body odor.
Stronger than the normal mask, it is made out of carbon and poly carbonate.
The top—a hemp-poly canvas used on shoes—is designed to be odor- and rot-resistant, while the bottom is a supertough 1050-denier nylon used in life vests, all of which makes for a dog bed that will hold up to even the most destructive pups.
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