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Wood from trees that is cut and prepared for use as building material.
A map is a drawing on a piece of paper, or other surface, that indicates the locations of various landmarks.
A martini glass (or cocktail glass) is a cone-shaped stemmed glass container used to serve cocktail alcholic beverages in.
The manliest type of facial hair.
A necktie describes apparel worn snugly around the collar and tied in specific kinds of knots in front of the throat. Typically men's apparel, women can also wear them fashionably.
A sewing utensil which in the right hands can be used to cure certain anomalies through acupunture or vaccination. In the wrong hands it can inflict damage on a living being; this maybe done by piercing flesh, vital organs, nervous points or to spread poison thoughout a body.
A newspaper is a written publication that is distributed to the general public. A newspaper often contains news, information and advertising.
An artistic work that has been created by applying pigment to a canvas, often via the use of a brush.
Paper is a thin material made of plant fibres, used to write or print upon. In terms of Rock, Paper, Scissors; it defeats rock, but is defeated by scissors.
It's a pencil
A telephone is a device used to communicate verbally with another person over a long distance. Audio signals travel to and from both phones involved, allowing the users to hold a conversation in real-time.
An image captured with a camera.
A large cushion support typically for the head.
An implement for smoking. The bowl is filled (usually with tobacco) and lit with a flame, then the smoke is inhaled through the mouthpiece.
A flat vessel on which food is served.
A necessary component of "snail mail," being able to communicate around the world for mere pennies still counts for something.
A piece of printed paper designed to be attached to a wall typically used to advertise. A good example is a movie poster.
Rocks are the hard objects found randomly scattered across the ground all over the Earth's surface. They're not good for much more than smashing stuff or being made into other things. Handily crushes Scissors but cannot defeat the mighty Paper.
A heavy fabric used to cover a floor.
A parabolic antenna made to receive microwaves from communications satellites.
An item of clothing usually worn around the neck.
A piece of furniture for holding and storing items.
Shoes have been around for thousands of years and will continue to exist as long as feet do.
Tools used in the extreme sport of Skiing. A persons feet are strapped into the skis, at which point the person rockets down a snow-covered mountain.
A short stocking reaching a point between the ankle and the knee.
A web spun by a spider to capture prey. Spider web may also contain items and remains left behind by previous victims.
Whether they're tedious and spiral or short and quick, staircases appear in many games.
A type of chair without back and arm rests.
A large pole with a light at the top of it that illuminates streets and paths
A sophisticated outfit for heroes and villains alike.
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