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☣The retail giant said in a statement posted on its website Wednesday that it was committed to celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community but was withdrawing some items over threats that were "impacting our team members' sense of safety and well-being" on the job.♣1206Y1000393JDT↢Besides potentially besmirching the reputation of NPR, the label influences the reach of the network's tweets.❃NRH3012T2R2MNV◫All of this to say that I suggest non-Appalachian readers put aside whatever it is they think they know about the very large region (which spans 423 counties across 13 states) when picking up Sidle Creek, Jolene McIlwain's debut short story collection. Taking place in the Appalachian plateau of western Pennsylvania, where the author grew up and lives now, the 22 stories in Sidle Creek charm, surprise, and convey a deep love of the people and place McIlwain has long called home.✐IRLR8743TRLPBF➫Bryan was a lawyer and Trump a businessman, but both had found "second careers" in high-profile roles in the media. For Bryan, it was the editor's title at the Omaha World-Herald when he was 34, which allowed him to travel widely and become an influential speaker. Generations later, the sustained NBC-TV success of The Apprentice and its celebrity sequel would make Trump a household name in much of America.↽

◆"He was running a kosher bakery in the city center and was known for offering Shabbat bread to people in need," he told French media. "The family is devastated. On a personal level, I feel indignation, horror and sorrow."▍1812Y2000154MDT▶The prosecution has repeatedly emphasized the young lives that were cut short. And in the trial's first days, prosecutors showed jurors graphic photographs to illustrate that, and the way in which the bodies were disposed. The court was shown the "charred remains" of Tylee, along with photos of JJ's body, showing him wearing red pajamas and socks, partially bound by duct tape.♣


⇗Nashville Vice Mayor Jim Shulman has called for a special Metropolitan Council meeting on Monday to discuss filling the empty District 52 House seat left by Jones, according to an email tweeted out by councilmember Bob Mendes.♐FG26X7R2A684KNT06卍It was a "textbook case of mismanagement."ⓥRDE5C1H390J0P1H03B⇞Lee, 27, a freelance illustrator who has been commissioned by Google, Lego and the band Japanese Breakfast, is based in Brooklyn, N.Y. In 2018, they worked at NPR as an illustration intern. This interview has been edited for length and clarity.↸VJ1206A181JXBAP★The social media company used to dole out blue checks to accounts it vetted and deemed "active, notable, and authentic," according to the company.●

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❥"Thank you to the fans and to @TheMasters who have shown me so much love and support. Good luck to the players today!" he added.♧


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