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Waddingtons “Number 1” Playing Cards (Colours may vary) – Cheap Price

One pack of traditional high quality playing cards with a linen finish. Perfect for all of your favourite card games – from snap to solitaire and trumps to rummy – the hours will fly by. Please note – Colours may vary, only one supplied. An essential buy for rainy afternoons, long journeys, family game nights and family holidays. Measures: 9 x 6 x 2cm.

  • Play with the traditional Waddingtons Number 1 playing cards
  • Play your favourite card games in the classic red or blue coloured deck
  • Linen-finish playing cards
  • Great for games at home or as the perfect travel companion
  • Hours of entertainment as you master much-loved card games from snap to black jack

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Used Car Sales Invoice Receipt Pad A4 for Selling Motor Vehicle Ideal for Trade – Reduced

Used Car Invoice Duplicate Pad A4 Size, 2 part Pad with 50 sets of invoice per pad. The top sheet is white and the bottom sheet is green. Printed on NCR Paper Comes with separating board for each invoice Not Numbered – Designated space for your own Invoice Number if required Space for all necessary details including: Seller Details, Buyer Details, Vehicle description, Reg No, Make, Model, Engine No, MOT, Chassis No, First Registered, Mileage, Colour, Tax, Buyer & Seller Declaration, Part ex details, Price, extras, -part ex price, total, Perfect for any car / van trader

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How Netflix hooks you into ‘Stranger Things’ (The 3:59, Ep. 303)

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“Stranger Things” is almost back. The second season of the cultural phenomenon arrives on Netflix on Friday. We discuss the tricks Netflix plays to get us hooked on that show[1] and others, including choosing that perfect splash photo to tease the show.

Not that we need another photo to get us excited. We also discuss T-Mobile’s third-quarter earnings results[2] and how we all really just want to know what’s going on with its pending rumored merger with Sprint. Lastly, we talk about Boxed, a retailer that managed to add automation while keeping its staff employed.

It runs counter to the idea that robots have to take our jobs[3]. The 3:59 gives you bite-size news and analysis about the top stories of the day, brought to you by the CNET News team in New York and producer Bryan VanGelder. Check out the extended shows[4] on YouTube.

How Netflix hooks you into Stranger Things (The 3:59, Ep.

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  1. ^ Netflix plays to get us hooked on that show (www.cnet.com)
  2. ^ T-Mobile’s third-quarter earnings results (www.cnet.com)
  3. ^ runs counter to the idea that robots have to take our jobs (www.cnet.com)
  4. ^ extended shows (www.youtube.com)
  5. ^ iTunes (itunes.apple.com)
  6. ^ RSS (feed.cnet.com)
  7. ^ Google Play (goo.gl)
  8. ^ FeedBurner (feeds.feedburner.com)
  9. ^ SoundCloud (soundcloud.com)
  10. ^ TuneIn (tunein.com)
  11. ^ Stitcher (www.stitcher.com)

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