Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Fantastically Huge Abacus

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A large abacus that is fitted, much like a kitchen is, to a wall in a laboratory, or school classroom, or home. Pieces of functional furniture can be interlaced within the many-decimal-placed abacus, such as book cases hidden behind the beads in ten through thousand, televisions and hi-fis in twenty to forty, and geek factor all over the shot.

Now, if only i could read the japanese instructions...

[ sctld ], Sep 26 2002

(?) Giant Abacus http://ask.elibrary...date=08%2F31%2F2001
A bit like this one? [DrBob, Sep 26 2002]

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       sctld, your title has kicked me into the giggle zone again. I'm only sorry to arrive after the autoboner has got to you.
General Washington, Sep 26 2002
  

       I didn't realise till i saw it in my recent view...
[ sctld ], Sep 26 2002
  

       DrBob: A bit, only taller, and upright, and fitted to a wall.
[ sctld ], Sep 26 2002
  

       One fantastically huge croissant
Mr Burns, Sep 26 2002
  
      
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