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Gifts - All

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Business Listing   Accent & Gifts - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 595-7942

Business Listing   Accents & Gifts - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 268-5527

Business Listing   Amaryllis Flowers Gifts & More - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 595-3883

Business Listing   Amy's Hallmark - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 595-4322

Business Listing   Anne's Flower Market - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 282-5888

Business Listing   Apple Annie's - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 282-1238

Business Listing   Better Signs & Banners - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 282-3776

Business Listing   Cannon Jim Floral - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 282-2311

Business Listing   Dora's Gifts Crafts & Collectibles - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 282-7688

Business Listing   Family Christian Stores - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 589-2596

Business Listing   General Marketing Enterprises - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 282-7078

Business Listing   Gifts & Treasures 13 - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 282-1088

Business Listing   Gifts Toys Collectibles - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 284-1790

Business Listing   Hallmark Creations - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 590-8996

Business Listing   Happiness Hallmark - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 268-2466

Business Listing   Illuminart - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 605-6101

Business Listing   Keepers Box - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 280-0219

Business Listing   Kirkland's - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 595-1510

Business Listing   Lady of Grace - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 285-7755

Business Listing   Lorabells Party & Balloon Service - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 656-7774

Business Listing   Math Mentor - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 282-9280

Business Listing   Merlin's Keep - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 268-1212

Business Listing   Morning Star Jewelers - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 595-1009

Business Listing   Origins at Northeast Mall - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 590-9500

Business Listing   Poppin Place - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 282-1682

Business Listing   Red Apple School Of Peace Lutheran Church - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 284-7833

Business Listing   Sharper Image - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 595-1219

Business Listing   SOHO - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 590-9662

Business Listing   Spencer Gifts - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 589-9565

Business Listing   Station House - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 268-4499

Business Listing   Texas Treasures - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 589-0883

Business Listing   Tienda Hispana - Hurst, TX - Phone: 1 (817) 285-8868

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Helpful Definition for: Gifts - All

Gifts, in Hurst, are the objects offered without expecting anything in return. Gifts may signify the expression of love, friendship, gratitude, piety, solidarity or to celebrate various occasions such as birthday, Christmas, wedding, wedding anniversary, funeral, birth, passing an examination, Father's Day, Mother's Day, retirement, and engagement, to name a few.

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