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Her blouse and bra were pulled up and she had bruises on her forehead, upper left arm and neck. She had cuts on her face and an abrasion between her shoulder blades. She had bruises on her right thigh and left leg. With the closure of anchor tenants such as Sears Canada as well as entire shopping centres Canada could be approaching more appropriate levels for a country with a comparatively small population, he said.The demographic makeup of the country is also playing a role. Millennials, the age cohort loosely defined as being born in the 1980s and 90s, are increasingly important to retailers and those who aren able to capture the attention of the tech savvy generation tend to struggle.Begic highlights how millennials don gravitate to car ownership as much as their parents did, making them less likely to drive to a mall and more likely to shop online or stick to local stores.They also prefer to spend more money on experiences such as travel over material things, he said.Millennials will also ignore stores that don cater to the experiences they want, said retail analyst Bruce Winder, part of a trend in consumer preferences that have forced mall planners and retailers to reinvent their spaces to attract shoppers.Toronto Yorkdale mall seems to have cracked the code for drawing in consumers with premium services, Winder suggested.Yorkdale features high end shops and corresponding services, like personal styling. It doubled down on food offerings which draw in shoppers and keep them inside longer bringing in a Jamie Oliver restaurant and more recently, Canada first Cheesecake Factory.

Instead of “Do you hear?” the typescript on the colored pencil sketches (above) has the fish saying, “Look! I see her!” The change to “Do you hear?” for the final version (below) gives the fish a more parental tone, writes Philip Nel in The Annotated Cat. And the original illustration shows much more through the window. The mother’s foot and hem are there, but so is a row of identical houses.

In fact, as Oregon State freshman Kevin Abel, fresh off throwing a pile of pitches to fend off Mississippi State several days prior and then throwing 23 more to earn the miracle win on Wednesday night, took the hill again Thursday, it looked like a matchup Arkansas could exploit. Abel had an effective inning of work against the Hogs to earn the relief win as the Razorbacks imploded in the top of the ninth, but it felt like Pat Casey would only be able to rely on this kid for three or four innings while Dave Van Horn would seemingly be able to ride his third starter, a fresh Isaiah Campbell, far longer. The first inning altered that altogether..

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