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Публикации и примеры предложений
The New York Times
· What Top Conservatives Are Saying About George Floyd and Police Brutality →
They were mindful, too, of avoiding any further alienation of African-American voters, ahead of an election where even marginal shifts in support could help him eke out a victory in November.
· F1 season to open in Austria after government backs Spielberg double act →
Anschober added a caveat to Saturday's statement, insisting the season's belated restart would only go ahead if all the health assurances made by F1 were fulfilled.
· English sport to return behind closed doors in June after government green light →
The news allows the Premier League to go ahead with its plans to restart playing on Wednesday 17 June, while horse racing will resume on Monday at Newcastle with a 10-race card.
· The Air Force weather team that keeps canceling your rocket launches →
Spaceflight engineers often make jokes ahead of launches, asking the 45th’s launch weather officer, Mike McAleenan, to keep the clouds at bay.
· Mainstream parties make ‘fragile’ pact against far-right National Rally in France’s Perpignan →
In this context, many observers see an uphill struggle ahead for 71-year-old Pujol, a councillor in Perpignan since 1989 and the city’s mayor since 2009.
· Reopening Revival? REITs And Homebuilders Add To Rally →
It was a fairly quiet week of newsflow in the commercial REIT sector with a few late-reporting stragglers reporting earnings results this week ahead of next weeks' REITweek event, the largest annual industry conference which will be held remotely this year.
· Premier League clubs told depleted squads will not delay restart →
Premier League clubs have been told games will still go ahead once the season restarts even if they are down to just 15 fit players, it has emerged.
· Lockdown needs to have a defined tenure, says Anand Mahindra →
A day ahead of the fourth phase of nationwide lockdown to end, Mahindra suggested ‘Unlock 1.0′ for the way forward.
· When someone is murdered, what happens to their children? →
The Alannah and Madeline Foundation has secured funding from the Victorian government for Children Ahead, an intensive program for children who witness homicide.
· Caution and optimism as crises-hit Bright reopens to tourists →
Or how in the weeks and months ahead, managers will find the workers to serve, cook and wash dishes - jobs normally done by visitors on working holiday visas.