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A proper old-fashioned feather duster, carpet beater and hooks to keep everything tidied away is sometimes all you need.
But whereas young girls of good families could be tidied away into these "warehouses" (and the less reputable into brothels), their brothers were more difficult to control in the dangerous years between innocence and manhood -- thus the growth of Savonarola's youth groups and new education programs to combat streetwise bands of adolescents.
So they had to be rounded up and tidied away out of sight'.
Dog toys, an old barbecue or paddling pool and garden furniture should be tidied away before viewings.
In reception rooms, make sure cushions are plumped up; dining tables either laid for a formal meal or completely clear; children's toys or discarded magazines tidied away, etc.
com Value Your Space PREVIOUSLY a kid's toy overspill area off the dining room, we tidied away the toys (into the kid's room) and used the space as an additional sitting area that the whole family can enjoy.
com VALUE YOUR SPACE Previously a kid's toy overspill area of the dining room, we tidied away the toys (into the kid's room) and used the space as an additional sitting area the whole family can enjoy.
As the staff at the Surrey Sports Park tidied away the debris of another Saturday night game, The Heat were reflecting on their season coming to an abrupt end while the Eagles' Drew Lasker is just getting started.
Because it's tidied away nicely into 99 little skim-offs, rather than one big one, it's easily hidden.
We are asking visitors to consider bringing other practical gifts, such as toiletries, tissues, fruit or wrapped sweets which can be easily tidied away in a bedside locker.
Make sure electrical items are tidied away when not in use so small hands can't pull them off high surfaces.
I was reminded of this sorrowful little tale last week when I stumbled across a book that was lying around the house waiting to be tidied away.