Recent Examples of sticker from the Web
Stock up on inexpensive toys, like glow-in-the dark bracelets, pencils, erasers and stickers, and start welcoming Halloween trick-or-treaters.
The campaign will feature a photograph of each star's personal luggage — some in perfect condition, others decorated with stickers and ribbons, and others covered in dents or scratches — on a pedestal, alongside a quote from its owner.
The participating barbershops were given stacks of books, many of them with multicultural themes; bookshelves already assembled; and incentive charts so that the young readers could track their progress with stickers and stars.
Free Wi-Fi/computers Copperfield’s Books, Petaluma, is offering free Wi-Fi, allows dogs, water, stickers and crayons for children.
Those new revenue ideas include implementing a local motor fuel tax, bringing back city vehicle stickers, a real estate transfer tax, and others.
The library will supply decorative papers, letters, fasteners and stickers for creating memorable pages for a scrapbook.
Bradt also questioned why Houston Police investigators overlooked crime scene evidence such as a Houston Police Association sticker on the victim's car that was not notated in HPD reports.
Before a distillery can put an official Empire Rye sticker on its label, its whiskey must meet four criteria.
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