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The Obama-Biden Web site also called for "childproofing" all firearms, despite firearm-related accidents being at their lowest levels in history, including a 60 percent decrease over the last 20 years, and a federal law that requires firearms dealers to provide a lock with each handgun sold and to have locks available for consumers to purchase.
Locks on cabinets that we'd abandoned after childproofing ourselves out of our kitchen were recently put back on and not by me -- I hadn't even asked yet.
How She Move 2008
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Consumer Reports guide to childproofing and safety .
Just heard his bit yesterday about childproofing your home. when we were kids we had a 300lb Television on a TV tray.
Experience is the Best Teacher? Steve Perry 2010
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Merging the caring of young children with aesthetic sensibilities, the couple discovered black metal stair gates through a professional childproofing company.
A Marin Home Gets the Spa Treatment Candace Jackson 2010
Consumer Reports guide to childproofing and safety.
But Denise had bypassed the need for ugly childproofing clips by simply dividing the house into child-free zones.
Strangers at the Feast Jennifer Vanderbes 2010