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  • In the early part of the decade there are purses for lunch, dinner and dancing, requiring women to constantly change purses.
  • But Woolworth's was the dime store, launched 117 years ago as discriminating American shoppers jangled their change purses for pricier items.
  • Selling watches, hair clips, change purses and other plastic gadgets " will make us rich very soon if we are fortunate,"
  • As we left the hotel, we were surrounded by young men selling trinkets _ metal plates, small leather camels, change purses, fez hats and more.
  • They've traveled all over the country, jangled in deep pockets and change purses, coursed through gum-ball machines, lurked under sofa cushions and in piggy banks.
  • These savory pastries look like plastic change purses ( the'70s kind with a rent through the middle ), and they make Finns of every stripe go weak at the knees.
  • A Victorian copy of a medieval chatelaine worn at the waist had clip-on options for whatever the wearer might need that day : a pencil, notebook, perfume vial, two change purses.
  • Jumping the gun on the Jan . 1 introduction of the euro currency, a worker's union at a hospital in the northern city of Linz recently distributed little change purses containing five-euro bills as holiday gifts for its 1, 600 employees.
  • "We're finding lots of items contained in the clothing, " Mondero said, cleaning a woman's blue dress with a toothbrush . " Lots of children's clothing, medication, beads, money, change purses layered within the clothing ."
  • "We're finding lots of items contained in the clothing, " Mondero said at the morgue, cleaning a woman's blue dress with a toothbrush . " Lots of children's clothing, medication, beads, money, change purses layered within the clothing ."
  • They also make earrings, necklaces, change purses, cigarette holders and other things they call " curiosities ", which allows the family to make sales to those without the means to buy the hats, which can sell today from between $ 90 and $ 200 ( USD ) in New York City.
  • Cianciolo charges $ 10 for the meal, and there are a few of her signature items for sale on a table at the front of the space, including hand-stitched T-shirts ( $ 150 ), do-it-yourself dresses ( $ 1, 000 ) and tiny change purses ( $ 50 ).