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  • Full Circle Wreath Inc- LA
    The artisans at Full Circle Wreath Company entwine branches of Oregon-grown noble fir, berried juniper, western red cedar, and other evergreens to create seasonal decorations for doors and hearths. Options range from traditional circular wreaths to University of Oregon-branded O's, troop-supporting ribbon wreaths, and a candy-cane shaped hook that's perfect for snatching up runaway Santas.
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    18565 SW TV HWY
    Beaverton, OR US
  • Things From Another World
    Slinging sequential art since 1979, Things from Another World distills its thousands of new and back-issue comics into grab bags for eager eyes and brains to devour. Each bag includes Angel Volume 5: Aftermath in hardcover (a $24.95 value), a riveting slice of Joss Whedon's anti-hero's post-TV incarnation. The sleek, 132-page volume ensures that Buffyverse devotees can soundly satisfy their brooding vampire action fix. Things From Another World sprinkles healthy doses of mystery to the other five grab bag selections by mixing up trade paperbacks into discrete groups of enticing randomosity. Click here for the full list of potential titles and values included in each grab bag.
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    4390 SW Lloyd Ave
    Beaverton, OR US
  • Dinihanian Floral Products
    Since the 1890s, the Dinihanian farmer family has nourished Portland-area families with produce bereft of genetically modified seed, pesticide, or chemical fertilizer. This Groupon provides a preview of the farm?s Community Supported Agriculture program, in which customers receive a share of the harvest by supplying two aliment-stuffed boxes. Full of crops harvested in the same week, the half-share box contains enough produce to sustain two people and the full share best suits a family of four or a peckish elephant. While the inventory shifts depending on season, availability, and tree mood, past boxes have included walla walla onions, squash, strawberries, bok choy, and peaches. The farmers tuck handy recipe sheets into each box to guide share-holders through cooking with unfamiliar edibles.
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    15005 NW Cornell Rd
    Beaverton, OR US
  • Jmi Web Design
    The Economist's globe-spanning scope, comprehensive analysis, and crushing, unflinching grasp on world economics make it required reading for people, people persons, and people-shaped cacti looking to stay up-to-date on world news, politics, and business. In addition to the weekly publications?including the magazine's 20+ Special Reports and its Technology Quarterly?subscribers to The Economist also receive special benefits, such as The World in 2012, a special annual volume that predicts trends for the coming year. Subscribers also get unrestricted access to the online site, with a fully searchable archive dating back to the Neolithic Internet era (1997), as well as free access to The Economist in audio, which includes the option to listen to digital recordings of all print articles or to download them as a weekly podcast. For updates on the go or ?on the sitting down on a park bench enjoying the scenery,? access The Economist on an iPhone or iPad?every photo, article, and chart is delivered to subscribers' devices by Thursday at 4 p.m. EST.
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    3737 SW 117th Ave
    Beaverton, OR US
  • Beaverton Florists
    Retail florist, family owned and operated for over 60 years! 3rd generation now working in the store! We're here to stay!!
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    4705 SW Watson Ave
    Beaverton, OR US
  • Plato's Closet
    Plato's Closet carries a wide assortment of gently used men's and women's clothing and accessories, ranging from affordable high-end retail brands to finer designer items. Surrounded by discounts of as much as 70% off retail price, uninhibited shoppers can construct a complete outfit or six without having to empty their wallets to pan for river diamonds. All of the merchandise that Plato's Closet stocks?including shoes, skirts, tanks, clutches, and more?is held to a strict quality standard and generally dates from the past 12 to 18 months. The racks of goods (individual items are often priced at less than $10) rotate constantly, and the front door goes ajar seven days a week, leaving a wide timeframe for store-crossed shoppers and garments to unite under seasonal practicality or astrologically illogical harmony.
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    18033 NW Evergreen Pkwy
    Beaverton, OR US

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