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Cutlery is designed with angled utensils for easy and convenient eating for those who struggle to independently eat with standard cutlery. The angled style of the cutlery allows the user to easily scoop or pick up the food with the utensils for an efficient eating pattern. Made with built-up handles for increased comfort and efficiency for those with a weak or limited grasp. The lightweight stainless steel cutlery is ideal for individuals who have trouble positioning standard cutlery. Can be used in home or clinical settings to promote self-feeding.

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The expanded Summer 2021 issue of World Literature Today foregrounds Palestine Voices in a cover feature showcasing 30 of the most prominent poets and writers from the West Bank, Gaza, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, and the diaspora, guest-edited by Yousef Khanfar + poetry & fiction from Hong Kong, Hungary, and South Korea. At 128 pages, the issue is bursting at the seams with the best poetry, fiction, essays, interviews, and book reviews from all over the world!

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