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Adequate quantity: you will receive 8 pieces nurse makeup bags, which can serve as nice presents for nurses in various department, like nursing assistant, nursing student and your nursing friends, girlfriend, coworker, grandma, daughter, mom, aunt, wife, sister or neighbor
Sweet nurse gifts: cosmetic bag for nurses, colorfully printed with Best Nurse Ever and nurse theme patterns, which makes it a cute Christmas gift for nurse, graduation gift, gift for nurses week, nurse birthday, nurse appreciation, student nursing, school nurse, nurse retirement, nurse preceptor gift, thank you gift, nurse gag gift, retired nurse gift, Mother's Day nurse gift, labor and delivery nurse or student nurse gift for women
Quality material: the nurse makeup pouch is made of canvas, durable and you can use for a long time, the zipper design will let you store items conveniently in your daily life; Care: hand wash, spot clean with mild soap and water
Dimension and storage: each funny travel bag measures approx. 10 x 7.5 inch/ 25 x 19 cm, portable for you to carry and there are enough capacity to fit your makeup, such as brushes, mascara, lipstick, makeup, wipes, lip balm, toiletries, perfume, small accessories, mini hairbrushes, skin care products, face wash, nail polish, nail art tools and so on
Versatile application: this nurse makeup pouch can be applied as a makeup bag, travel case, pouch, organizer, purse, stationery bag, pencil case and so on, easy for you to use on any casual occasion; Compact size makes it easy to be put in your backpack or luggage, ideal for daily using or travelling
Style:Best Nurse Ever
Nurse gift idea: Cosmetic bag is a nice present for nurses in various department, like RN nurse, ER nurse, new nurse, school nurse, NICU nurse, dialysis nurse, future nurse, nurse practitioner, PACU nurse, nursing assistant, nursing student and your nursing friends, coworker, grandma, daughter, mom, aunt, wife, sister or neighbor.
Reliable material: Made of quality canvas, the material makes the cosmetic bags reusable and durable for daily use. Care: hand wash, spot clean with mild soap and water.
Multifunctional: Portable size with proper capacity, fit make-up very nicely, such as makeup brushes, mascara, lipstick, makeup, wipes, lip balm, toiletries, perfume, chic accessories, mini hair brushes, skin care products, face wash, nail polish, nail art tools, essential oil and so on.
Specifications: Material: canvas Size: 10 x 7.5 inch/ 25 x 19 cm Color: as the picture shown
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“River flowing alone across the earth –/ what moonlit nights and sun-bright days has it drifted past? / To which hills, trees, or villages has it given its light?,” from “River,” by Du Ya (trans. by Anni Liu)
“[W]ords like Spanish, gypsy, black, or immigrant. / Words that rise like swords, walls that are constructed with words, / the old continents, the new continents, / with the fading kingdoms and kings over there, / on the same ruins, / on the myths and oracles, / America rises,” from “Race,” by Fernando Valverde (trans. by Carolyn Forché)
“The clouds advance, the winds they swell / The people come, from sorrows they come / With the rains they come, with the winds they come / and thus, for you, they come,” from “Tik'ha Takiy | Song to the Flowers,” by Elvira Espejo Ayca
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