|named after former||Eskisinden sonra adlandırılmış|
|shortly after birth||Doğumdan kısa bir süre sonra|
|title after defeating||Yenilgiden sonra unvan|
|year after year||Yıllar geçtikçe|
|years after leaving||Ayrıldıktan yıllar sonra|
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· The State Of The CEF Market Post Drawdown →
Thirdly, after about a 15% drop in the market, prices started to see serious weakness relative to NAVs with discounts beginning to open up more dramatically.
· Primark plans to reopen all 153 stores in England on 15 June →
Primark has been particularly badly hit by the crisis because of its lack of significant online sales, meaning it has built up a huge volume of unsold clothes, despite the controversial cancellation of all orders from suppliers for delivery after 17 April.
· Trainers split on plans for radical revamp of spring carnival →
Racing.com, the industry-owned broadcaster and website, on Monday published a detailed list of fixtures and how feature races - including several traditional key lead-up events for the Cox Plate and the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups - could be affected by the mooted changes, which would see the Caulfield Cup and Guineas run after the Melbourne Cup on November 21 and 28.
· Move over, R-Patz: how Timothée Chalamet became the movie star of his generation →
He is the only actor still under 30 with a best actor Oscar nomination, and after Call Me By Your Name, Lady Bird and Little Women, he has established a neat line in louche, sophisticated teens, world-weary beyond their years, yet captivatingly sensitive.
· The 100 greatest UK No 1s, No 5: Dead or Alive – You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) →
But after You Spin Me Round crossed over, its No 1 success ostensibly altered SAW’s ambitions towards the mainstream.
· George Floyd protests: Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively donate £161,000 to NAACP →
Derek Chauvin is set to appear in court today (1 June) after being filmed kneeling on Floyd’s neck for nine minutes while the 46-year-old repeatedly said he was struggling to breathe.
· Coronavirus: Welsh government gives green light for pro sport →
A member of Cardiff's staff is self-isolating after testing positive for Covid-19 in the latest testing batch.
· Lin-Manuel Miranda apologises for ‘moral failure’ following his silence on George Floyd death →
On Monday (25 May), Floyd died in police custody in Minneapolis after a white officer knelt on his neck during an arrest.
· UK weather: Temperatures to peak at 29C this week after sunniest spring in 72 years, Met Office says →
On Saturday, crowds of people had to be evacuated from the beach and surrounding cliffs at Durdle Door, in Dorset, when three tombstoners were injured after jumping from a 200ft sea arch.
· SRC Trial: Najib's alleged CBT of RM42m SRC funds did not occur, Nik Faisal and Jho Low to be blamed →
The High Court previously fixed three days from June 1 until June 3 to hear the oral submissions by both defence and prosecution, after the defence closed its case on March 11.