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Adil Shah a wedding hall owner at Rawalpindi said This past tradition becoming a fast trend in vogue, mostly people hire decorated buggies rather than decorated cars.
The tree, decorated by local Blue Star Mothers, will be lighted today.
An electric arc melts the ends of two electrically isolated coating wires, and an atomizing air jet blows the fine metal particles onto the surface being decorated.
Borgia and Al Uy, a biologist at the San Francisco State University, used video cameras to discover that male Vogelkops with large, tidy bowers decorated with bright blue ornaments attract the most females.
The living room is decorated every three-and-a-half years and master bedroom every four years.
By the end of the century, however, Christmas trees decorated with candles, cookies, and ribbons were a common sights in parlors across the country.
If you don't have a decorated cake operation, you may be.
As we begin to drive through neighborhoods at the breakthrough of the holiday season, many of us will pass by homes adorned with spectacular lights and decorated trees, and front doors embellished with seasonal wreaths.
Saturday and next Sunday, with self-guided tours of four local homes decorated for the holidays.
Finally, after washing and drying, the decorated part is sprayed with a protective acrylic finish.
While the mansions, which were built in the late 19th century, are open to the public year-round as museums, the three that are decorated and open over the holidays become hot spots for over 90,000 visitors between November 18 and January 1.
The skin of the tortoises will be decorated with carrot and radish seeds while the shells will be covered with Brazil and macademia nuts, black beans, cinnamon bark, montera leaves, sea grape leaves, and cobra leaves.