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“Just roll with it,” advises the Michigan watchmaker.
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He courted her in the car he still drives today.
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Wisconsin jeweler’s trademark lederhosen became legendary.
She knew “beyond a shadow of a doubt” they wanted a jewelry store.
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Their popularity is also driving up the size of center stones.
“Shut up and listen” is one way to approach it.