Coffin в новостях
Публикации и примеры предложений
· EasyJet launches comic book face masks to reassure children on flights →
The UK aviation and travel industries have been badly affected by the coronavirus pandemic, with the introduction of a 14-day quarantine for all travellers entering the country from 8 June set to add another nail to the coffin.
· One in three small businesses stares at shut down; but, coronavirus is not sole culprit →
In fact, coronavirus has been the “final nail in the coffin” for these businesses which witnessed their debts piling up.
The New York Times
· In ‘Exciting Times,’ Echoes of Sally Rooney, but With a Queer Twist →
Sure, her salary is “good compared to the locals’,” but ending things with Julian would mean she’d have to, gasp, live like they do, “in coffin homes.”
· Thumbs down: Does coronavirus mean hitchhiking has reached the end of the road? →
The co-founder of Lonely Planet, Tony Wheeler, said “Coronavirus is another nail in the coffin, but hitchhiking is a coffin that can clearly handle an awful lot of nails – even bat-infected ones.”
· Harrison: U.S.-China Relations Will Put A Headwind On Risk Assets - Ed Harrison →
This could be the nail in the coffin for Hong Kong as a financial center in Asia; the banking center could move to mainland China.
· Former principal who warned of dangerous priest to sue Catholic church →
Others heard he was cruel to animals and showed children a body in a coffin.
· 'I thought I'd die': Atalanta coach Gasperini reveals he had coronavirus at Valencia →
“I saw people singing on the balconies of Italy while Bergamo loaded their coffins onto trucks.
The New York Times
· Resisting Lockdown, Nicaragua Becomes a Place of Midnight Burials →
MANAGUA — Just hours after Yamil Acevedo died in a hospital, funeral home workers in hazardous materials suits strapped his coffin to the back of a pickup truck, drove it to a cemetery and buried him in the dark of night.
Hong Kong Free Press
· Is yellow the new black? Why Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protesters targeted I.T fashion group →
So will this be another nail in the coffin for Hong Kong’s reputation for ease of doing business?