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“Brands are definitely welcomed and we want them to engage in the community,” she said.
Old Navy says all employees are welcome to apply to serve as poll workers in their communities, but pay coverage is available only for in-store, hourly employees, not employees on the corporate side of the company.
So, the person that’s going to enter my life and be able to handle all of that is going to be a really strong person, but I look forward to welcoming whoever that person may be.
While Kennedy in an interview was mostly eager to discuss her California district, she’s also paying attention to what her technology background would bring to Washington—and why it would matter for Congress to welcome its first female tech founder.
Its mission is to create a social, safe, and welcoming community where people can have fun being themselves while also taking part in fun sports.
This is a welcome first step, and our fight for Lindsay, Jane Doe and others impacted by this law is not over.
It’s a warm and welcoming city – one that values its history, but also celebrates its present while looking forward to the future.
The LGBTQ Community in Boston Boston has a thriving, diverse, and welcoming LGTBQ community.
It’s no surprise that communities across the country are welcoming their teams back with open arms.
It’s now an up-and-coming LGBTQ community that’s welcoming to all.

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sine dieadverb | [sahy-nee -dahy-ee, sin-ey-dee-ey; Latin si-ne -dee-e ]SEE DEFINITION