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Better yet, get to a local farmers market and take advantage of heirloom varieties, like blue potatoes or hubbard squash, swapping them out for mainstream grocery store produce.

Set your socially distanced dessert table in style with Molly Hatch’s modern heirloom ceramic plates and mugs featuring matching icon prints of candy canes, Christmas trees, gingerbread folx, holly, ice skates, and snowflakes.

That can vary, depending on the item — people are likelier to retrieve a family heirloom than they are a buzzsaw.

These are heirloom-quality items that I take pride in maintaining with warm beeswax.

Skeptics of the hologenome idea—that microbes and host comprise a single evolutionary unit—argue that microbes aren’t always passed like heirlooms between generations.

Many think that any chattel may be made an heirloom by any owner of it.

The Eustace DiamondsAnthony Trollope

She said they were an heirloom from her mother, who had brought the stones from India and had them linked together in England.

If the diamonds formed part of an heirloom,—and there is evidence that it is so,—you must give them up.

The Eustace DiamondsAnthony Trollope

An heirloom in the strict sense is made by family custom, not by settlement.

The Boer carefully weighed them out with some scales of his own that were evidently an heirloom.

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