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    Westlake Art Poster Print Wall Art - Diamond Head - Modern Picture Photography Home Decor Office Birthday Gift - Unframed - 24x36in
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    • HIGH QUALITY PRINT: Our art prints are printed on premium glossy, lustre, or matted artist-grade custom developed 180 or 300 gsm paper with archival, acid-free, environmentally friendly pigment based inks. This process ensures our versatile and affordable posters deliver sharp, clean images with stunning color and vibrancy that will last a long time without scratching or fading.
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    • HOME DECOR OR GIFT: Works well in any setting, including home, office, bedroom, kitchen decor. On any wall or surface. Perfect for Birthdays, Christmas, Hanukkah, Secret Santa, Holiday Season, or Yankee Swap gift exchange. A present for a brother, sister, mom, dad, family, or best friend anyone who loves art. Our unique graphic picture designs make for collectible merchandise sure to last a lifetime!
    • SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: Our prints are handmade designed, printed, and packaged in the USA. If our art doesn't make you or someone you know smile (or the art smears, tears or is damaged in shipping etc.) we'll refund you. Why? Because you're awesome.
    • READY TO FRAME: This 24x36 inch poster is ready to frame. Choose your own style and size to match your room decor. We also sell frames or you can buy one of our other READY TO HANG art options. We also offer custom sizes - smaller, larger, square, horizontal, vertical, you name it! Please message us and we'll get back to you the same day!

    PRUNUS Summer Beach Hand Towel American Desert Arizona Canyon Monuments Valley National Park Wild West Bath Bathroom Shower Towels For Bathroom and Outdoor-39 x20

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    • EASY CARE LONG-LASTING MATERIAL: Wash with Cold Water in Gentle Cycle & Tumble Dry Low. Do not bleach them or run them through a hot dryer
    • Size:39W x 20L Inches(39W x 20L CM)
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    • Made of 80% polyester 20% cotton.Quality cotton will get softer over time.

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She testified that they discovered later by obtaining the medical examiner's report that their mother had died of a rare brain cancer known as central nervous system lymphoma. Andrew Hodny, attorney for the plaintiffs, told the court in his opening statement that Sandra Albrecht had received no medical attention or comfort care for her illness.

Lane Albrecht and Deb Grussing said they believe their mother may have been exhibiting the first stroke-like systems of the disease as early as May 2013. That's when, they alleged in testimony and papers filed in court, their mother was compelled by a "controlling" John Wendell Albrecht to sign the first of handwritten papers stating she wanted no medical care, granting her husband power of attorney, and directing all of her assets to him.

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