The New Yorker Cover - January 22, 1979 by Sempe

The New Yorker - Monday, January 1979 - Issue # 2814 - Vol. 54 - N° 49 - Cover by "Sempé" - Jean-Jacques Sempé

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 22, 2014 Independent Jewish Voices is appalled by Harper’s honour from the Jewish National Fund OTTAWA- Independent Jewish Voices – Canada (IJV) is greatly disappointed t [...]

IJV appalled by Harper’s honour from the Jewish National Fund

02-01 LA MANGA, SPAIN - JANUARY 22: Ada Hegerberg, Synne Jensen,... #ervik: 02-01 LA MANGA, SPAIN - JANUARY 22: Ada Hegerberg,… #ervik

02-01 LA MANGA, SPAIN - JANUARY 22: Ada Hegerberg, Synne Jensen,... #ervik: 02-01 LA MANGA, SPAIN - JANUARY 22: Ada Hegerberg,… #ervik

Interested in a Housekeeping/Environmental Services Management career with Sodexo? Join our talent community to be considered for our Southern California Career Day from January 22-23!

Interested in a Housekeeping/Environmental Services Management career with Sodexo? Join our talent community to be considered for our Southern California Career Day from January

♡♥On January 22nd,1955 Elvis Presley, Scotty & Bill perform at the Louisiana Hayride♥♡

♡♥On January Elvis Presley, Scotty & Bill perform at the Louisiana Hayride♥♡

Do you really know Roe? On January 22, 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade, affirmed your right to a safe and legal abortion.  40 years later, that right is under attack from politicians who want to undo the progress we’ve made.  Don’t let them!

Do you know Roe? Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade, affirmed the right to a safe and legal abortion. 40 years later, that right is under attack from politicians who want to undo the progress we’ve made.

Charlize Theron and her boyfriend Sean Penn take her son Jackson grocery shopping on January 22, 2014

Charlize Theron and her boyfriend Sean Penn take her son Jackson grocery shopping on January 2014

Rose Franco (born January 22, 1934), a Puerto Rican, was the first Hispanic woman to become a Chief Warrant Officer in the United States Marine Corps.

Rose Franco (born January is a retired United States Marine Warrant Officer. Originally from Puerto Rico, she is the first Hispanic woman to become a chief warrant officer in the U.

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