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Parting Words

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Parting Words

Parting Words

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Host Jacki Lyden offers a few parting words.

JACKI LYDEN, Host: And we have parting words today from the 19th-century satirist Ambrose Bierce, who wrote, Mark how my fame rings out from zone to zone, a thousand critics shouting, He's unknown. But we hope we're not unknown in your end zone. That's All Things Considered from NPR News. I'm Jacki Lyden.

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