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? Beautiful "True Love" Glass Photo Frame ?
? Beautiful Glass Photo Frame to share that cherished moment forever! ? This True Love Horizontal Picture Frame is the perfect way to show off those special moments. Standing 7" tall by 8 3/4" wide, this frame holds a 6" x 4" horizontal picture, surrounded with sweet sayings that remind you of that beautiful time. The border of the frame is clear with a modern and stylish silver design. The sayings displayed on this beautiful frame are: ? True Love ? Times Together ? Hugs; Kisses ? Sweethearts Forever ? Holding Hand's These sayings are surrounded by matching silver hearts, varying in size, which make this picture frame elegant, yet simply cute. Not to mention, the perfect gift for anyone in love.
Mr Accountiblity: Thief Dictator Musharraf will never enjoy his US $4 Million Dollars White House in Islamabad
The pool has yet to be filled, the curtains yet to be hung. But the new tenant of 1-A Park Road is no longer expected any day soon.
This luxurious home in the quiet suburbs of Islamabad, less than six weeks from completion, has been built by Pervez Musharraf as a retirement home for himself and his wife. What he had probably not expected when he commissioned the house four years ago was that he might need it as a bolt-hole should his opponents force him from office.
Amid mounting speculation as to whether Mr Musharraf will resign or fight impeachment charges, there has been much talk as to where the President will live. The most likely destinations floated to date include the US, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and even Britain. But yesterday it was reported that Mr Musharraf was insisting that should he stand down, he wishes to retire to his Mediterranean-style home set in five acres of land.
If he decides to stay, it will be no surprise to Hammad Husain, the architect commissioned by Mr Musharraf. Yesterday, standing on the driveway of the house in Chak Shahzad, Mr Husain outlined the details of the home that will include a fish-pond, a walking track and an extraordinary amount of barbed wire.
"Most of what you see is his input, along with mine," said Mr Husain, as a team of labourers slaved beneath the blistering sun. "He has gone into the detail, he has been part of it and comes here to look at things." Mr Husain, a family friend of the Musharrafs, said the President's wife, Sehba, had chosen the curtains and fittings for the house, estimated at ?1.25m.
Mr Husain said Mr Musharraf had a taste for greenery and that every room in the house was designed to have a view of the surrounding countryside. The property has been designed to be energy efficient, and a shaded terrace will allow the former commando to enjoy an evening cigar and tumbler of whisky. Mr Husain said the design was understated, and drew a comparison with the tastes of the President's political enemies, Nawaz Sharif and Asif Ali Zardari, who are trying to force him from office. Mr Sharif's taste was for ostentatious furniture, he said, while he gently mocked Mr Zardari's ?4.5m country estate near Guildford. "This is no Surrey palace," he laughed. As the President confronts the end of his political career, the property at 1-A comes heavy with irony. Shortly before Mr Musharraf fired Pakistan's Chief Justice, Iftikhar Chaudhry – a move that spectacularly backfired – Mr Chaudhry had initiated a legal challenge that claimed the land in Chak Shahzad was reserved for farming, not residential use. The matter remains unsettled.
So, how do the residents of Chak Shahzad feel about their new neighbour? "I think there will be no problem. It will be better for all of us," said Sheikh Ahsan, an building consultant who owns a farm nearby. "I think the security will get even better around here." Another, Mushtaq Ali, a labourer, added: "We are just poor people. What difference can it make to us?"
Musharraf's was forced to resign amid humiliation on Aug 18, 08, his fate and future remains unclear, currently he is under house arrest in Pakistan.
Hazard, KY Family Dollar (former Rose's)
This is the Family Dollar store (and former Big Lots Furniture store) located within the Hazard Village Shopping Center at 400 Village Lane in Hazard, KY. These two spaces, along with Big Lots, were originally Rose's from 1984 until 1994. In 1996, the store was subdivided into three spaces, and Family Dollar moved into the middle space. Big Lots Furniture (a former concept by Big Lots), a stand-alone furniture store, occupied the entrance space until 2005 (when all stand-alone Big Lots Furniture stores shut down); both stores would open in 1997. From 2006 until 2009, another furniture chain, Affordable Furniture, took its place. After that shut down, the space is now vacant.
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