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NICE-ISH COUNT?: Funny Animal Art print

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SKU APA4-ANL067 Barcode 5057718025325

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The word “nice,” when it appeared in English in the 13th century, actually meant “stupid” (derived from the Latin “nescius” meaning “ignorant”). From then over time, its meaning progressed in stages from “timid,” “fussy,” to “delicate,” “precise,” “agreeable,” and finally reaching the meaning of “kind.”


  • Conservation acid-free board included
  • Delivered packed ready for retail
  • Luxury pearlescent eco-certified paper
  • Produced in our London studio
  • Trivia fact on each tag
  • GS1 barcode for POS

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