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Odds and Sods, or "an assortment of small, miscellaneous items, especially those that are not especially important or valuable". I take so many photos each…

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Odds and Sods, or "an assortment of small, miscellaneous items, especially those that are not especially important or valuable". Because I am doing the 365…

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