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  2. Woodworking - Wikipedia

    Woodworking is the skill of making items from wood, and includes cabinet making (cabinetry and furniture), wood carving, joinery, carpentry, and woodturning

  3. Mountain Dew - Wikipedia

    In summer 2010, a secondary type of Mountain Dew bottles began appearing on some US shelves. Designed by 4sight, a design and innovation firm, these bottles featured a sleeker design, smaller packaging labels, and a built-in grip. The bottles were dubbed "sidekick bottles" and were tested in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Indiana markets.

  4. Alibaba Group - Wikipedia

    Alibaba subsidiary Taobao would later force eBay out of the Chinese market, with eBay closing its unprofitable China Web unit, though the two companies would break even six years later. In 2005, Yahoo! invested in Alibaba through a variable interest entity (VIE) structure, buying a 40% stake in the company for US$1 billion.

  5. Memory foam - Wikipedia

    Mechanics. Memory foam derives its viscoelastic properties from several effects, due to the material's internal structure. The network effect is the force working to restore the foam's structure when it is deformed.

  6. List of Amazon products and services - Wikipedia

    Amazon Drive, formerly known as Cloud Drive, is a cloud storage application offering secure cloud storage, file synchronization, file sharing, and Photo printing. Using an Amazon account, the files and folders can be transferred and managed from multiple devices including web browsers, desktop applications, mobiles, and tablets.

  7. Marmite - Wikipedia

    Marmite (/ ˈ m ɑːr m aɪ t / MAR-myte) is a brand of savoury food spread from the United Kingdom, based on yeast extract invented by German scientist Justus von Liebig.It is made from by-products of beer brewing (see Lees (fermentation)) and is currently produced by British company Unilever.

  8. Comic book collecting - Wikipedia

    Comic book collecting is a hobby that treats comic books and related items as collectibles or artwork to be sought after and preserved. Though considerably more recent than the collecting of postage stamps or books (bibliophilia), it has a major following around the world today and is partially responsible for the increased interest in comics after the temporary slump experienced during the 1980s.

  9. Amiibo - Wikipedia

    Amiibo (/ ə ˈ m iː b oʊ /, ə-MEE-boh; officially stylized as amiibo; plural: Amiibo) is a toys-to-life platform by Nintendo, which was launched in November 2014.It consists of a wireless communications and storage protocol for connecting figurines to the Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo Switch video game consoles.