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MN-Saint Paul, EQ by Equiniti is looking for an experienced Data Entry/Operations Specialist to join their growing team in Mendota Heights! EQ is a financial company that focuses on shareowner services. This Data Entry/Operations Specialist will be working on a contract-to-hire opportunity within this organization, and will work normal business hours. Starting pay is 19.50/hr. Responsibilities: Overview - ?? Res
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MN-Saint Paul, 📱Text Message Marketing is Exploding! START GETTING PAID COMMISSIONS WITHIN A WEEK OF APPLYING! Free Online Mobile Marketing Certification Training, Social community support along with Manager/Mentor For Success Contact Gene Mills, National Sales Manager with Sentext Solutions, at 407-860-0301 to learn more. There are currently over 290 Million mobile phone users in the United States alone. With
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AL-Saint paul, Role: IIB SOA Job Location: Shoreview MN Duration: 12+ Months Interview: Telephonic/Skype Technical/Functional Skills: 3+ years of Experience with below : Experience in designing and developing complex integration projects using IBM Integration Bus (IIB) / SOA Experience in Oracle SOA 11g services development involving complex integration scenarios Experience in utilizing IIB and/ or WebSphere Mes
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MN-Saint Paul, Randstad Recruiting has partnered with a metal fabrication and manufacturing company, located in New Brighton, MN, who specialize in supporting the industrial, agricultural and fluid transfer industries, who are NOW HIRING for CNC Machinists to join their growing team! These are direct hire opportunities with immediate benefits, competitive starting pay rates, and long term room for growth. We hav
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MN-Saint Paul, How does working for one of the best companies in the whole metro area sound? Okay how about one of the top companies in the country? Not too bad huh? Well if you think so read on because that company just might have a position for you! If you can bring positive energy and a driven and professional demeanor to work each day, you will thrive in this corporate environment! Being tech savvy is an ext
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MN-Saint Paul, In this role you are supporting the work of a transfer agent, who is hired by our clients to maintain records of investors and account balances. The transfer agent records transactions, cancels and issues certificates, processes investor mailings, and deals with other investor problems (e.g., lost or stolen certificates). A transfer agent works to ensure that investors receive interest payments an
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MN-Saint Paul, Want to join one of the top companies in the Twin Cities - scratch that, the entire country? Yeah I thought you might! Competitive wages, a beautiful campus, and an amazing company to add to your resume, who wouldn't want this opportunity! People who love building relationships and serving others will thrive in this role and great communication skills are a huge plus. Supporting a variety of emplo
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MN-Saint Paul, EQ by Equiniti is seeking a Mail Processor in this contract-to-hire opportunity in Mendota Heights. Start date is immediate, contract going through June where then Equiniti will evaluate your performance and potentially convert you! Responsibilities: ??? Sorting and opening received mail, reviewing 200 different documents presented to determine the workflow, preparing opened mail for scanning. ???
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Martin Jones turned aside all 24 shots he faced as San Jose moved into first place in the Pacific Division with a 3-0 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Monday in Saint Paul, Minn.

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Saint-Paul-de-Vence: SAINT PAUL DE VENCE. TROIS PIECES VIDES DE 73 M² AVEC BALCON, DISPONIBLE IMMEDIATEMENT, SITUE AU 1ER ETAGE DUN IMMEUBLE NEUF, ENTREE, SEJOUR, DEUX CHAMBRES + UNE PIECE DE 10M2 SANS FENETRE, CUISINE, SALLE DEAU, WC...
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Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Father Dave discusses wisdom literature in Scripture and how it teaches us about God. He also reflects on today's Gospel in which Jesus points out that we know a tree by its fruit, and we will know good people by the fruit they produce in the world. Preached at Saint Paul the Apostle Church, New York City on 3-03-19


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Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Father Dave discusses wisdom literature in Scripture and how it teaches us about God. He also reflects on today's Gospel in which Jesus points out that we know a tree by its fruit, and we will know good people by the fruit they produce in the world. Preached at Saint Paul the Apostle Church, New York City on 3-03-19


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Thursday of the Seventh Week in Ordinary Time. Father Dave discusses today's reading from Sirach in which we are told not to rely on ourselves, power, or wealth, and that we shouldn't be over confident about God's mercy. God is infinitely merciful, but we should not take advantage of his generosity. Preached at Saint Paul the Apostle Church, New York City on 2-28-19


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MN-Saint Paul, Project Description: We work with many of the biggest name brands and largest retailers in the world, providing retail merchandising, audits, fixture installation work, furniture assembly, inventory and price checking, and much more. Things you could do: Drug or pharmacy merchandising Health and Beauty care Retail resets Customize/modify Plan-O-Grams Things you should know: Able to lift and carry
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MN-Saint Paul, Saint Paul, Minnesota Skills : MicroEdge Invoices Process check requests Check mailing Process US PAPDs Matching Gifts Answer Phone Code Emails Answer Basic Emails Fill out LOAs Process Tickets Open & Deliver Mail Send & Upload Sunshine Requests Process Fund A Needs Figure out Gala Attendance T-shirt stuffing Description : Position Details: Job Title: Giving coordinator Location: Saint Paul, MN, 5
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          Premier League – Manchester City 1-1 flat Saint Paul top of the Iron Guard error demon front Savior -kaya scodelario      Cache   Translate Page      
The Premier League Manchester City 1-1 – flat top defender Paul saints demon savior [collection] failure front 1-1 Manchester City defender Feng Hanping saints demon for remedy the main mistakes Manchester City (data) in five matches of October 23rd Beijing time sports Tencent in late October 23rd 20 302016-17 Premier League ninth round, Manchester City […]
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CommonBond is excited to announce a full-time Director of Portfolio Strategy. And, (iii) positioning the properties as stable, long-term assets within the...
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HUD rules and regulations along with CommonBond Communities policies and. Maintains resident relations to promote a positive image for the development, program,...
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          vakantiehuisje in Saint-paul, Frankrijk : Saint Paul voor 8 personen      Cache   Translate Page      
vakantiehuisje : Saint PaulPracht van een villa met een unieke ligging en volop privacy. In de jaren '70 van de vorige eeuw als één van de eerste villa's gebouwd op een heuvel bij het geliefde Saint-Paul-de-Vence. Ook toen gold: wie het eerst komt, wie het eerst maalt. Vandaar dat magnifieke uitzicht. Rondom de villa ligt een grote grastuin met een terras met tuinmeubilair, BBQ en mooie, hoge naaldbomen. Het privé-zwembad met Romaanse trap en buitendouche wordt geflankeerd door mediterrane planten en bloemen. Ligbedden en tuinmeubilair staan klaar op het terras rondom het zwembad. Vanaf de tuin kijk je uit op Saint-Paul-de-Vence met op de achtergrond de Middellandse Zee. Op de heuvel zijn inmiddels een paar villa's bijgebouwd (van racefanaat Schumacher en andere beroemdheden) en het is er nog steeds heerlijk rustig en groen. Om een bezoek aan het beroemde Saint-Paul-de-Vence en de Fondation Maeght (elk 2 km) kun je niet heen. En wat dacht je van Vence (6 km) en het parfumstadje Grasse (19 km)? Cannes, Antibes en Nice liggen op ongeveer een half uur rijden. De stranden liggen al op zo'n 12 km.
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Address: 782-800 Rice St Saint Paul, MN, 55117, USA
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Address: 1407 Berkeley Ave Saint Paul 55105, United States
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Address: 2416-2464 Edgcumbe Rd Saint Paul, MN, 55116, USA
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Address: 1792 Sunnyslope Ln Saint Paul, MN, 55116, USA
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1792 Sunny Slope Lane. We live on a "go through" cul de sac (city extended our street to a second cul de sac). Snow plows don't always plow to our curb. Currently the curb (where the shovels are) is several feet from the snow embankment. We are becoming a giant pond as the lowest point for the water to escape is at the curb. Please plow again. Thanks! :-)


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          The World Academic / Intellectual War      Cache   Translate Page      
The barring and harassment of conservative speakers on campus – even campuses like Grand Canyon and Northwestern in Saint Paul, which recently got heartburn over Star Parker – isn’t just a series of random snowflakes yelling themselves hoarse: Lefties call … Continue reading
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[This article first appeared in the February 14, 1997 issue of Commonweal]

For the last two years during Lent, I have been practicing a loose version of the Islamic fast. I decided on this method of fasting after listening to Muslims of my acquaintance describe their observance of the month of Ramadan (which ended this year on February 8). For thirty days, devout Muslims do not eat or drink anything from sunup to sundown. To sustain themselves, they rise before dawn and have a hearty meal, and at dusk they share a literal "break-fast," often at their mosque and often with people who are hungry because of poverty, not devotion.

The structure of the Ramadan fast appeals to everything I value in fasting. It is rigorous enough to make a difference in my life; it rewards me daily for keeping it; and it has a communal element that builds solidarity and resolve. Practically every Catholic spiritual writer up till the mid-1960s extolled the importance of fasting. It is a given in both the Hebrew Scriptures and the New Testament, and has been a fixture in church life and liturgy from the earliest times. The ancient Latin preface for Lent, in words addressed to God, summarizes its effects: "Through bodily fasting, you rein in our imperfections, elevate the mind, lavishly bestow strength and merit."

I have found that to be true. Fasting to me is the spiritual version of athletic training. It is one of the keys to self-mastery and, conversely, a turning away from self-obsession and toward total dependence on God. Even my frequent failings at fasting are instructive; like the Law in Saint Paul, a fast I can't maintain only demonstrates the more my bondage to the flesh and my need to entrust my life to God's mercy and power.

In 1966, when I was eighteen years old and just beginning to practice the Lenten fast, Pope Paul VI relaxed the universal rule for fast and abstinence for Catholics, relegating it to Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. He appealed instead to the consciences of the faithful to find individual and "more relevant" disciplines and to focus on the "positive" elements of the Lenten tradition-- prayer and works of mercy. I embraced the positive elements wholeheartedly, but found that the need to fast remained. Living as I was in the most gluttonous country in the world, I thought, what could be more "relevant" than fasting?

I have attempted all kinds of "moderate" approaches-- giving up this or that, not eating between meals, even trying to implement the church's own goofy definition of fasting as eating one main meal and two smaller meals that, taken together, can be no larger than the main one. But over the years, doing my post-Lenten evaluation, three things were always apparent: One, that I had no specific focus in my fasting. Two, that the less rigorous the fast, the less likely it was that I would keep it. And three, that I had no mechanisms of positive reinforcement; when faced with the bleakness of another week of Lent, I'd say to hell with it and guiltily eat and drink my way through half the refrigerator. Practicing a Lenten discipline based on the Islamic fast has changed all that for me:

 

  • It's clearly defined. Observant Muslims will not eat or drink after dawn or before dusk. During the hours of darkness, moderate and responsible eating and drinking are not only permitted but encouraged, and in fact a whole tradition of special foods for the Ramadan pre-fast and "breakfast" has developed. In my own version, I get up just before dawn--unusual for me--to eat, and then have dinner at 5:30 P.M., well before dusk late in Lent. And in between--nothing. Even this loose approximation of a dawn-to-dusk fast does two important things for me: It circumscribes the time of fasting, and it motivates me to start my day early, carving out time for prayer and reflection that I seldom make in my "Ordinary Time" mode of life. There is a great psychological advantage in drawing the lines of the fast so clearly. At the beginning of the day, you see exactly what is before you: no cutting corners, no excuses. If you succeed, you succeed; if you fail, you fail. This avoids scruples and self-delusion, and incidentally affords opportunities for wonderful lunch-time conversations on the spiritual life with your non-fasting friends and colleagues.

 

  •  It's rigorous, but not health-threatening. Provided you're healthy to begin with and make sure you take the early morning meal, there's little chance this fast can harm you. Muslims who are aged, infirm, traveling, pregnant, or nursing are exempt. Children before puberty are also exempt, but many Muslim parents gradually start their children fasting at a young age, so that even in childhood they begin to learn the spiritual benefits, strength of will, and the meaning of adult religious commitment that come from this practice. Muslims I know who observe the Ramadan fast show no ill effects. On the contrary, it seems to steel them, not just spiritually and emotionally but physically, too.

 

  • It is balanced, rewarding, and motivating. Ramadan is actually a joyous time for Muslims because it balances deprivation with satisfaction. The daytime fast, coupled with the nighttime feast, reawakens you to the truth that food and drink are a gift, not a given. The fast puts you in touch with your own body, which, when you are healthy, you may take for granted and even abuse by constant and largely unthinking consumption. It makes you keenly aware of your responsibility to give your gift to those who hunger and thirst because of life's circumstances rather than simply a choice of religious practice. Lastly, this balance between fasting and feasting is a powerful motivator to continue the discipline from day to day. (I should also say that, while Muslims observe the fast for thirty days straight, I as a Catholic take off Sundays, the "resurrection days" not calculated into the forty days of Lent and the Christian tradition's own kind of motivator.)

 

  • It builds solidarity and resolve. One of the most important benefits of the Muslims' Ramadan fast is the bond of solidarity it creates. It is part of every Muslim's personal jihad or "struggle," but because it is exactly alike for all and imposed on all but the weak it gives an acute sense of identity and commitment to a common faith. Sharing the hardship also makes it much easier to bear; there is far less chance of falling when your brothers and sisters are there to help you go on.

 

All this is not to say it's easy to fast this way. In the beginning, there is a period of utter distraction and agonized craving. But, as with athletic training, the flabbiness gets worked off and is replaced by increasing endurance, optimism, and wholeness.

Today, both the individual benefits and the ritually confined common hardship of fasting have generally been lost in the Catholic church, with the exception of those in monastic life. For me, the Lenten fast has long been a lonely, often embarrassing business, labeled by many as a useless vestige of a benighted, body-hating age. But I don't believe I'll be alone much longer. As with so many other traditional practices abandoned after Vatican II, thirty years of lying fallow have made the ground rich for replanting the seeds of fasting in the communal life of the church.

Last year, Bishop Kenneth Untener of Saginaw, Michigan, issued a call to the people of his diocese for a Lent of "heavy-duty fasting." Excellent educational materials developed by a special diocesan task force on Lent provided a rich catechesis on the history, theology, and psychology of fasting, and suggested many possibilities, from traditional abstinence from food and drink to more contemporary acts of restraint, such as from compulsive shopping and TV viewing. The only element missing was a clear corporate thrust. Few ideas for group practices were suggested.

Whatever discipline the church chooses in the future, I believe that it should be understood in terms of community practice: This is something that we are doing together, just as we celebrate the liturgy together. Furthermore, any effort at reintroducing the fast must make--as Muslims do--the fundamental connection with the other two Lenten disciplines of prayer and almsgiving. Putting prayer time in place of eating time emphasizes daily the true meaning of the fast: the turn from self-centered desire toward total dependence on God. The relationship between fasting and almsgiving is equally important: The fast is not just for the self but for the other. My own Lenten fast saves me at least $25 a week in lunches and snacks, and I'm sure that's on the low end of many Americans' weekly expenditures for these items, children not excepted. Multiplying even that figure by a parish would result in a substantial sum to be earmarked for particular causes. The Ash Wednesday liturgy begins with this passage from the prophet Joel (2:15-16): "Proclaim a fast, call an assembly, gather the people, notify the congregation!" Here, at the top of the Lenten liturgical agenda, is a call for a physical fast, and a corporate fast. It is a call that Muslims hear. Now it is time for the Catholic church to hear it again, too.


          AAUGH: Peanuts on Parade statues      Cache   Translate Page      
William Johnson talks with us about his two upcoming books showcasing the Peanuts on Parade statues that flooded Saint Paul, Minnesota and Santa Rosa, California for years. You can find William’s website about the books at PeanutsOnParadeBook.com and his Kickstarter campaign here.
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CommonBond is excited to announce a full-time Director of Portfolio Strategy. And, (iii) positioning the properties as stable, long-term assets within the...
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   SAINT PAUL, Minn. – The Minnesota Minute Men announced today that Bryce Brodzinskifrom Blaine High School is the recipient of the 35th annual Mr. Hockey Award, given to the outstanding senior boys’ high school hockey player in the state of Minnesota. Charlie Glockner from Minnetonka High School received The Frank Brimsek Award, in recognition of Minnesota’s top senior […]
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VANCOUVER: www.etsy.me/1vwPSLV
VIENNA: www.etsy.me/1woCZaN
WASHINGTON: www.etsy.me/1yO3d5X

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ARIZONA: www.etsy.me/2tp6xKW
COLORADO: www.etsy.me/2sUDbUj
IOWA: www.etsy.me/2sUFsie
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NEW YORK: www.etsy.me/2skwRqh
OREGON: www.etsy.me/2u2303f
UTAH: www.etsy.me/2sUwNvZ
WASHINGTON: www.etsy.me/2spZhuc
WYOMING: www.etsy.me/2to4Gq7

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          NEW DELHI Street Map (Fine Art Print) Colorful, Modern Home Décor by JazzberryBlue      Cache   Translate Page      

16.00 USD

NEW DELHI CITY MAP by Jazzberry Blue
Unframed. Choose from 2 colors and 3 paper formats:

►GICLÉE FINE ART PRINT: Made with gallery quality, heavyweight, cotton rag paper and archival inks. Sizes include a LARGE WHITE BORDER (See diagram).

►PHOTO PRINT: Made with Kodak Endura professional photographic paper and archival inks. Great for framing. BORDERLESS.

►POSTER PRINT: Made with smooth, lightweight, traditional movie poster paper. Great for tacking to a wall. Sizes contain an additional 1/4" WHITE BORDER.

►ALSO AVAILABLE ON ALUMINIUM: www.etsy.me/2LXlQ4V

● US orders ship from CALIFORNIA (8-10 days) Free
● AU orders ship from MELBOURNE (8-10 days)
● EU orders ship from LONDON or AMSTERDAM (8-14 days)

● NO CUSTOMS FEES OR VAT
● FULL REFUND OR EXCHANGE
● Express Post cuts travel time in half but I need 2 days for printing

MY SHOP: www.etsy.com/shop/JazzberryBlue
Contact me for more info or frames: www.etsy.me/1tOfyqq

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AMSTERDAM: www.etsy.me/1wTdzU9
ATLANTA: www.etsy.me/1zpbsIJ
AUSTIN: www.etsy.me/13tUdIY
BALTIMORE: www.etsy.me/10JfWvw
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CLEVELAND: www.etsy.me/1DIVOG2
COPENHAGEN: www.etsy.me/1yO4zgW
DALLAS: www.etsy.me/1wSWndX
DENVER: www.etsy.me/1zXvzPr
DETROIT: www.etsy.me/1wSWd6C
DUBLIN: www.etsy.me/1xjWKzx
GUADALAJARA: www.etsy.me/1rLHeXv
HOUSTON: www.etsy.me/10Jfgq8
ISTANBUL: www.etsy.me/10Jfdus
JERUSALEM: www.etsy.me/1DIVneQ
KANSAS CITY: www.etsy.me/1wUSndW
LONDON: www.etsy.me/10cJEId
LOS ANGELES: www.etsy.me/1sZin2T
LUSAKA: www.etsy.me/1yO4tGd
MADRID: www.etsy.me/1woEs0U
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VANCOUVER: www.etsy.me/1vwPSLV
VIENNA: www.etsy.me/1woCZaN
WASHINGTON: www.etsy.me/1yO3d5X

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ARIZONA: www.etsy.me/2tp6xKW
COLORADO: www.etsy.me/2sUDbUj
IOWA: www.etsy.me/2sUFsie
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          KANSAS CITY Street Map (Fine Art Print) Colorful, Modern Home Décor by JazzberryBlue      Cache   Translate Page      

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KANSAS CITY CITY MAP by Jazzberry Blue
Unframed. Choose from 2 colors and 3 paper formats:

►GICLÉE FINE ART PRINT: Made with gallery quality, heavyweight, cotton rag paper and archival inks. Sizes include a LARGE WHITE BORDER (See diagram).

►PHOTO PRINT: Made with Kodak Endura professional photographic paper and archival inks. Great for framing. BORDERLESS.

►POSTER PRINT: Made with smooth, lightweight, traditional movie poster paper. Great for tacking to a wall. Sizes contain an additional 1/4" WHITE BORDER.

►ALSO AVAILABLE ON ALUMINIUM: www.etsy.me/2LXlQ4V

● US orders ship from CALIFORNIA (8-10 days) Free
● AU orders ship from MELBOURNE (8-10 days)
● EU orders ship from LONDON or AMSTERDAM (8-14 days)

● NO CUSTOMS FEES OR VAT
● FULL REFUND OR EXCHANGE
● Express Post cuts travel time in half but I need 2 days for printing

MY SHOP: www.etsy.com/shop/JazzberryBlue
Contact me for more info or frames: www.etsy.me/1tOfyqq

MORE CITY MAPS:

AMSTERDAM: www.etsy.me/1wTdzU9
ATLANTA: www.etsy.me/1zpbsIJ
AUSTIN: www.etsy.me/13tUdIY
BALTIMORE: www.etsy.me/10JfWvw
BANGKOK: www.etsy.me/1xLjtEQ
BARCELONA: www.etsy.me/1yO4B8G
BEIJING: www.etsy.me/1WwmsAk
BERLIN: www.etsy.me/1pfXIg8
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CLEVELAND: www.etsy.me/1DIVOG2
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DALLAS: www.etsy.me/1wSWndX
DENVER: www.etsy.me/1zXvzPr
DETROIT: www.etsy.me/1wSWd6C
DUBLIN: www.etsy.me/1xjWKzx
GUADALAJARA: www.etsy.me/1rLHeXv
HOUSTON: www.etsy.me/10Jfgq8
ISTANBUL: www.etsy.me/10Jfdus
JERUSALEM: www.etsy.me/1DIVneQ
KANSAS CITY: www.etsy.me/1wUSndW
LONDON: www.etsy.me/10cJEId
LOS ANGELES: www.etsy.me/1sZin2T
LUSAKA: www.etsy.me/1yO4tGd
MADRID: www.etsy.me/1woEs0U
MELBOURNE: www.etsy.me/10d9BYj
MEXICO CITY: www.etsy.me/1DIUZNq
MIAMI: www.etsy.me/1qj979X
MILAN: www.etsy.me/1o3hDxX
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NEW YORK: www.etsy.me/1s3YXe2
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ROCHESTER: www.etsy.me/1woDBNM
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SAINT PAUL: www.etsy.me/2FK9095
SAN DIEGO: www.etsy.me/10cJhNG
SAN FRANCISCO: www.etsy.me/1zp9YOx
SEATTLE: www.etsy.me/1xN2yR8
STOCKHOLM: www.etsy.me/1ttY7vq
SYDNEY: www.etsy.me/1wTbLdQ
TORONTO: www.etsy.me/10d7LH1
VANCOUVER: www.etsy.me/1vwPSLV
VIENNA: www.etsy.me/1woCZaN
WASHINGTON: www.etsy.me/1yO3d5X

STATE MAPS:

ALABAMA: www.etsy.me/2skLHwW
ARIZONA: www.etsy.me/2tp6xKW
COLORADO: www.etsy.me/2sUDbUj
IOWA: www.etsy.me/2sUFsie
NEW MEXICO: www.etsy.me/2skDede
NEW YORK: www.etsy.me/2skwRqh
OREGON: www.etsy.me/2u2303f
UTAH: www.etsy.me/2sUwNvZ
WASHINGTON: www.etsy.me/2spZhuc
WYOMING: www.etsy.me/2to4Gq7

Come back soon, I create new work every day.
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