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Vox populi A plaything

toy

Vox populi A plaything. See Germ-fighting toy, Sex toy.
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People would drop toys off at the station and they would be stored in any available space within the building, then delivered around the community one or two days before Christmas.
1115 Broadway has also been drawing toy tenants displaced from the Toy Center.
At first, peddlers sold handcrafted toys at fairs and door to door.
Children are said to "grow up faster," losing interest in traditional toys at an earlier age.
For example," said Smith, "when the 1985 guidelines were written, computer games and toys with embedded computer chips weren't that prevalent and so were not included.
The CPSC is also on the lookout for toys with high levels of lead, since lead poisoning in children can cause neurological damage, delayed mental and physical development, and hearing problems.
AKC Woodlands[TM] products feature premium quality treats, toys and accessories for dogs.
Aside from the studios, Los Angeles is home to many of the ports that distribute toys made abroad.
With its annual toy fair taking place every February, the International Toy Center is used to Christmas coming early, so the signing of three major new leases is something of an extra bonus.
As child psychologist Brian Sutton-Smith has pointed out, toys can exert a "solitarizing pressure" that serves to "emphasize .
PIRG also wants CPSC to regulate the level of sound that toys can produce to 85 decibels.