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Corelle Vitrelle Glass Mosaic Bands Chip and Break Resistant Dinner Set, Set of 16, Blue/Grey
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Corelle Vitrelle Glass Mosaic Bands Chip and Break Resistant Dinner Set, Set of 16, Blue/Grey by Corelle

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  • Set includes 4 each: 26.5cm Dinner Plates, 22.75cm Luncheon Plates;...

Corelle Vitrelle Glass Mosaic Chip and Break Resistant Dinner Set, Set of 16, Red/Grey/Black
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Corelle Vitrelle Glass Mosaic Chip and Break Resistant Dinner Set, Set of 16, Red/Grey/Black by Corelle

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Maxwell & Williams White Diamonds Oven/Microwave Safe 16-Piece Classic Porcelain Dinnerware Set
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Maxwell & Williams White Diamonds Oven/Microwave Safe 16-Piece Classic Porcelain Dinnerware Set by Maxwell Williams

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Villa d'Este Mosaic 18-piece Dinner Set, Porcelain and Stoneware, Multicolour
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Villa d'Este Mosaic 18-piece Dinner Set, Porcelain and Stoneware, Multicolour

  • Ø dinner plate: 27 cm
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Photos: Mosaic Glass Dishes and Bronze Jugs from Roman England - Live Science

A man with a metal detector happened upon a Roman-era grave while he was canvassing a field in a U. K. village located between London and Cambridge. The man got in touch with local archaeologists, and together they uncovered the grave's contents, including glass mosaic plates, bronze jugs and nails from Roman shoes, likely buried to help the man travel in the afterlife. [ Read the full story about the grave and the treasures it held ]. Bronze jug. Archaeologists found this silver coin in a wooden box within the grave. The coin has the face of Emperor Trajan, who presided over Rome from A. D. 98 to A. D. 117, about 100 years before they believe the individual was buried. It's unclear why the coin is in the grave, but it's possible that it accidently made its way into the box, said Keith Fitzpatrick-Matthews, the archaeology and outreach officer for the North Hertfordshire District Council. (Photo credit: Tony Fitzpatrick-Matthews). Glass mosaic. A bronze jug with an ornate handle was found in the grave. The archaeologists found evidence of a small building, likely a temple or shrine, and a villa next to the grave. It's likely that the person buried there was a wealthy individual, and the grave's contents, such as this jug, were the "second-century equivalent of bling," Fitzpatrick-Matthews said. (Photo credit: Tony Fitzpatrick-Matthews). Libation dish. Laura Geggel As a staff writer for Live Science, Laura Geggel covers general science, including the environment and amazing animals. She has written for the Simons Foundation, Scholastic, Popular Science and The New York Times. Laura grew up in Seattle and studied English literature and psychology at Washington University in St. Louis before completing her graduate degree in science writing at NYU. When not writing, you'll find Laura playing Ultimate Frisbee, biking or browsing local green markets. Follow Laura on Google+. Source: www.livescience.com

Bride's wedding night mistake reveals groom's character - Detroit Free Press

Dear Carolyn: My honeymoon and marriage are in tatters because of two words I said on my wedding night. A few years ago, I was in a very intense relationship with "Rick. " When it ended, I swore I wouldn't become so intimately involved with someone unless it was for life. I met "Tom" shortly afterward, and knew he was "the one. " I shared with him my views on premarital sex but didn't explain what happened or why. He completely supported me. We just married and had a beautiful reception, spending the night at a hotel near the airport because we were going to Europe for our honeymoon. As things heated up between us, I accidentally said, "Oh, Rick. " I realized my mistake immediately, and the look of horror on my face was met by the look of hatred on his. "Who's Rick. Why are you thinking about Rick when you just married me. " It got really vicious. He called his parents and told them to set up a divorce attorney when he returned. Then he called my parents and introduced himself as "your future ex-son-in-law. " He asked them who Rick was and why I was moaning about him. I pleaded with him for a chance to set things straight, but he quickly got dressed and took his suitcase and my passport with him and told me not to follow him to Europe. The airlines couldn't help because I didn't have my passport, and when they tried to page him, he refused to talk to me. He's not answering my calls, and the only text he answered was one where I suggested couples' counseling. He said he's not the one fantasizing about an old flame on our wedding night. I'm trying to get a new passport, and wondering if I should get on a plane as soon as I can to try to salvage this. What should I do. — Wedding Night Disaster. Dear Disaster: Your honeymoon and marriage are in tatters because Tom reacted with absolutely stunning hostility to a quirk of the human brain. Yes, his pain is understandable. Yes, yours was a huge mistake — and not just the fateful "two words," which I'll get to in a second. A person's sense of self — or humor — would have to be formidable to take a slip like yours in stride. For this to obliterate all of his supposed love and trust, plus any inner mandate to be kind. His commitment to you — as a human being, vs. as a bride or presumed virgin — can't have been deep. He didn't just get sad or angry, or yell, or cancel the honeymoon — he went for your emotional jugular. Source: www.freep.com

Tough sell: Window sale tactics irk readers, too - Detroit Free Press

My column from last week, "Why can't I get a window estimate without my husband. " set off a firestorm of comments on Freep. com , by phone, email and on social media. In the column, I objected to the way many window companies require both homeowners to be present to get an estimate on replacement windows. I explained that even though the requirements initially seemed sexist, I later learned they apply to both men and women, and they're in place to pressure people into signing a contract on the spot. For that reason, I argued, they're bad for consumers, who ought to get at least three estimates for any project before committing to work. The story was such a talker, I was invited to be a guest on Glenn Haege's "The Handyman Show" at 12:44 p. m. Saturday on WJR AM 760, chatting about the issue. We'll be taking calls from listeners and weighing in on this practice. I'd love to hear from you. Though many people objected to the column in the comments section of Freep. com, of the more than 60 emails I received on the topic, the majority were penned by men and women who've had similar experiences, and found these companies' policies as irksome as I did. Marita Jane Wozny of Madison Heights wrote: "When THAT question was asked of me, I must admit I went up in smoke. I am a single, 70 year old woman and have taken care of all repairs, purchases, etc. for the past 40 years. I greatly resented being asked what other decision-maker would be with me and told them what they could do with that very discriminatory question. I asked if they are they trying to say women don't have the smarts to buy windows. Marie Haener-Patti of Pleasant Ridge wrote: "I got this same runaround from window companies and I am an architect AND the decision maker about building systems in my house. I have managed to have wiring done, appliances bought and installed, roofs, driveways, and decks as well, all on my word and all with my checkbook. We had new windows put in our 1928 Pleasant Ridge house by Kelly Windows of Detroit. They made and installed our new windows and I am thrilled. And at a better price and more architecturally correct than any other company. And my husband never met them till the windows were going in. ". I got a message from Jeff Weaver from Pontiac-based Clarkston Window and Door. He told me that the family-owned business gets about 50 calls a year from people who were agitated by the both-homeowners-must-be-present. Source: www.freep.com

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  • Photos: Mosaic Glass Dishes and Bronze Jugs from Roman England

    04/16/15 ,via Live Science

    The man got in touch with local archaeologists, and together they uncovered the grave's contents, including glass mosaic plates, bronze jugs and nails from Roman shoes, likely buried to help the man travel in the afterlife. [Read the full story about

  • Bride's wedding night mistake reveals groom's character

    06/19/15 ,via Detroit Free Press

    I pleaded with him for a chance to set things straight, but he quickly got dressed and took his suitcase and my passport with him and told me not to follow him to Europe. The airlines couldn't help because I didn't have my passport, and when they tried

  • Tough sell: Window sale tactics irk readers, too

    06/19/15 ,via Detroit Free Press

    set off a firestorm of comments on Freep.com, by phone, email and on social media. In the column, I objected to the way many window companies require both homeowners to be present to get an estimate on replacement windows. I explained that even 

  • Make competition worthy pork barbecue at home

    06/26/15 ,via Detroit Free Press

    In a saucepan set over medium heat, combine the vinegar, mustard, ketchup, brown sugar, garlic, kosher salt, cayenne pepper and black pepper. Simmer gently Remove the sauce from the heat and set it aside. It's also terrific on its own as a

  • There's more than food and flowers at Eastern Market

    06/19/15 ,via Detroit Free Press

    Picture frames ($44-$62) made from lumber salvaged from demolished houses in Detroit. And tons more, including cards, posters, candles —- just about anything you could think of. Much of it has a retro flair, which seems fitting since the store is set

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  • 7-Piece Karakusa Moyo Mosaic Sushi Serving Set

    11/08/15 ,via houzz.com

    The large rectangular shaped sushi plate features a dark and light gray mosaic pattern that mesmerizes you as it cascades across the surface of each plate. The small oblong soy sauce dishes are a match in their design motif.

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