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ephemera

noun [plural] uk   /ɪˈfem.ər.ə/ us    /-ɚ-/
objects that, when they were produced, were not intended to last a long time or were specially produced for one occasion: Amongst other pop ephemera, the auction will be selling off rock stars' stage clothes.
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