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Rain Fall Freddie Joachim
Less Time Freddie Joachim feat. Aso
Dedication Nipsey Hussle
That's How I Knew Nipsey Hussle
Maze Ouri

These Palmer amaranth — or pigweed — plants, seen growing in a greenhouse at Kansas State University, appear to be resistant to multiple herbicides. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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As Weeds Outsmart The Latest Weedkillers, Farmers Are Running Out Of Easy Options

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Auberge Le Mouton Noir Do Make Say Think
Midnight on Rainbow Road Leon Vynehall

Marsai Martin stars as little Jordan Sanders in Little, a wrong-body comedy inspired by the 1988 Tom Hanks film Big. Eli Joshua Adé/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Meet Marsai Martin, The Youngest Executive Producer In Hollywood

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Be Alright (Instrumental) - Nicolay's Easybreezy Sunday Afternoon Remix The Foreign Exchange
Happiness The Foreign Exchange
Land, Repair, Refuel LNRDCROY
I Met You on BC Ferries LNRDCROY
Revive Moods
It Ain't the Same Moods
Arrival Japanese Wallpaper

LifeWay Christian Store, the retail arm of the Southern Baptist Convention's publishing company, plans to close all 172 of its outlets by the end of 2019. Chas Sisk/Nashville Public Radio hide caption

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LifeWay Christian Closing Brick-And-Mortar Bookstores

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Bounce AJMW
Scene AJMW

An Indian Mishing tribal woman looks back to ensure her vote has been cast as she prepares to leave the voting compartment during the first phase of general elections in Majuli, Assam, India, Thursday. Anupam Nath/AP hide caption

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Polls Open In The World's Largest Democracy: Fun Facts On India's Election

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Soul City Bowery Electric
Deep Blue Bowery Electric
Intruders The Antlers

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