|able to carry||運べる|
|did not carry||運ばなかった|
|used to carry||運んでいた|
The New York Times
· Amazon’s Big Breakdown →
The burden of this surge tested Amazon from top to bottom, pushing to the breaking point not just the Amazon most familiar to customers but also the less-visible systems that keep it running: its warehouses and the employees who operate them; the complex and suddenly confused software that generates Amazon anew, constantly, for its customers; and, crucially, its vast network of small sellers, who, just out of sight and mostly out of mind, carry Amazon on their backs.
· Coronavirus: Cruise ship outbreak reveals scale of silent carriers of Covid-19 →
The study was carried out by researchers who were on board the unnamed ship as part of an expedition with 128 passengers and 95 crew.
· Creditors call on Korean Air to raise capital following financial aid →
Last week, Korean Air said it will push to carry out a share sale worth 1 trillion won and is seeking to sell assets, including a prime lot of land in central Seoul, as part of its self-help plan.
· Vanguard Short-Term Bond ETF's High Exposure To U.S. Treasuries Is Not Advantageous →
Additional disclosure: This is not financial advice and that all financial investments carry risks.
· Unable to afford fruit or the internet for kids' homework: the reality of single motherhood in Australia →
Our research with UNSW was carried out before Cvoid-19 began threatening lives and livelihoods here in Australia.
· SpaceX, NASA delay first US space launch in nine years over bad weather →
It looks entirely different from the huge winged space shuttles that carried astronauts into space from US soil from 1981 to 2011.
· Rijksmuseum given unique painting to remember virus victims →
Neither Haboldt nor the Rijksmuseum put a price on the painting but a larger work by Spranger carried a tag of €5.5 million (RM26.27 million) at Tefaf, the NRC said.
· US ends waivers for nations in Iran nuclear deal →
But the Trump administration until now had issued waivers to allow companies, primarily from Russia, to keep carrying out the work of the agreement without risking legal ramifications in the world's largest economy.
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· Julián Castro: ‘It’s a Totally Porous Safety Net’ →
I want to make sure that we’re lifting up people who are going to carry on the focus on the most vulnerable communities and ensuring prosperity for everybody in this country.