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Name: Helen
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Date: 22 Jun 17 04:55pm
Aw, this was a really nice post. Spending some time and actual effort to create a great article...

but what can I say... I procrastinate a whole lot and never manage to get nearly anything done.
Name: Ladonna
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Date: 22 Jun 17 04:51pm
However it arrives almost completely disassembled (only the wooden halves of the gate are built, none of the metal and plastic fittings are attached).
Name: Lori
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Date: 22 Jun 17 04:32pm
There can be no exposed areas where an employee could potentially fall.

Ideal for stair installations. One "foot" piece included with each extension.
Name: Santiago
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Date: 22 Jun 17 04:26pm
Both are made with 1x4 pine boards, made like a picture frame.

The problem is that many of these gates are not well made and are hard for parents to open.
Name: Efren
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Date: 22 Jun 17 04:25pm
Our team got our own at Burlington, yet I make sure you can easily get that else where and also I recognize there's one jsut like this in the One Measure Ahead.