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Harrods Department Store in London, England, certainly deserves its categorization–the store occupies five acres, has one million square feet of retail space, and a whopping 330 different departments.

How to Find Your Missing USB Drive in Windows 7, 8, and 10

<img src="http://www.howtogeek.com/geekers/up/Copy of sshot-2010-07-15-[21-48-27].png" />Sometimes when you plug a USB drive into your machine you won’t see it in Computer or AutoPlay in Windows 7 or Vista. Today we take a look at how to change the drive letter so you can can access it.

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Halloween is big business in the U.S., every year Americans collectively spend over 2.3 billion dollars on Halloween candy and over 2 billion dollars on decorations.

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Puya raimondii, also known as queen of the Andes, is an enormous flowering plant found high in the Andes mountains in Bolivia and Peru–the plant, featuring a single flowering spike that can grow up to 29-32 feet tall, takes around 40 years to reach maturity and only blooms once before dying (producing approximately three thousand flowers and six million seeds).

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The word “shoddy”, used to refer to something of poor construction or quality, dates back to the U.S. Civil War wherein “shoddy” was a type of cheap and inferior fabric that was the byproduct of wool processing and sometimes used for military uniforms. A shoddy-fabric uniform was of much lower quality than a proper wool garment.

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