Access en las noticias
Colocaciones de ejemplo
|easy access||Fácil acceso|
|open access||Acceso abierto|
|provides access||Proporciona acceso|
|public access||Acceso público|
Publicaciones y oraciones de ejemplo
· Atossa Therapeutics: Feeling Bullish About COVID-19 Program →
So, if AT-H201 shows any improvement in safety and efficacy, we should expect the FDA to grant similar access and hopefully some government funding.
The New York Times
· Watching the Floyd Protests, One Tweet at a Time →
Indeed, millions are still following along via cable news — but even those broadcasts feel influenced by the citizen journalists, activists and independent media who helped reinvent the format across the Arab Spring protests, Occupy, Ferguson, the Dakota Access pipeline protests, Charlottesville and in countless other demonstrations.
· Apple fixes sign-in bug that would have let anyone log into your apps →
This means an attacker could forge a JWT by linking any Email ID to it and gaining access to the victim’s account,” Jain wrote.
· Convertible Securities: A Surge Of New Issues Provides A Deeper Pool Of Opportunity →
With the increased volatility in the capital markets since mid-March, companies seeking access to capital have come to the convertible securities market, driving a surge of new issuance that's double the pace of this time last year.
· FX Weekly: The Disconnect →
One of the main problems of the euro area is the misallocation of capital as a significant portion of small (and medium-sized) businesses have no access to credit, and the prolonged NIRP policy combined with QE purchases from the ECB has resulted in a drastic rise in zombie firms in Europe.
· Post-Brexit trade talks resume but little sign of breakthrough →
Some have suggested that there may be some movement on fishing rights, with the EU giving ground on access to EU waters in exchange for Britain signing up to European level-playing field rules.
· Sex with someone you don't live with is now illegal in England →
to facilitate access between parents and children
The Wall Street Journal
· Microsoft Aims to Dominate Technology at Work, Starting With Those Video Calls →
Microsoft also gave the district expedited access to features that made Zoom so instantly popular, such...
· Faustian Bargains →
The term refers to the legend of Faust (or Faustus, or Doctor Faustus), a character in German folklore and literature, who agrees to surrender his soul to an evil spirit (in some treatments, Mephistopheles, or Mephisto, a representative of Satan) after a certain period of time in exchange for otherwise unattainable knowledge and magical powers that give him access to all the world’s pleasures.
· EU seeks feedback on new antitrust power to investigate companies →
Areas of concern include the creation of powerful market players with an entrenched market or acting as gatekeepers, and markets where companies are unable to enter because of lack of access to data and other barriers, or where consumers are locked in to companies which offer a diverse range of services.