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It wasn't very surprising she made music an integral part of her own series, Steven Universe. I already made a music site for her work on Adventure Time, there was no way I wasn't going to do the same for the much more musical Steven Universe. For each vocal song, I've included lyrics, audio, and relevant links. This site was originally a clone of the Adventure Time Ukulele site I created, but a chord site doesn't fit as well because many Steven Universe songs weren't designed for ukulele.
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In their several years of working together, Jin-Yung had never really negotiated with her manager. She would simply say yes even if it threw her life into temporary turmoil, as it often did. She had given unknowable hours to executing every request and task, diligently delivering them in neat and complete packages, no matter the sacrifice. Specifically, it outlined how she could increase her productivity at work while also having five days off of work to focus entirely on preparing for her upcoming wedding. This allowed Jin-Yung the chance to immerse herself in the uninterrupted days of wedding planning that her boss had agreed to.
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While gender lens investing is still young, supporters believe a shift of money into the hands of women and millennials will be a boon By Sarah Shearman LONDON, March 8 Thomson Reuters Foundation - When former banker Ivy Huq Russell struggled to raise funds for her business - an app designed to empower women in Bangladesh by sharing expert health advice - it was a female investor who came to her aid. That support is part of a wider trend for investors to back businesses that seek to reduce gender inequality while generating financial returns, known as "gender lens" or "gender-smart" investing. Today the app, called Maya, is thriving, answering thousands of questions a day from users in India, Bangladesh and Saudi Arabia.