|consist of only||のみで構成される|
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· (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on May 26) →
One-person households account for about 30 percent of the total, and consist mostly of old and young people with relatively low income.
· Premier League edges closer to return with clubs to vote on training protocols →
With training groups to consist of upwards of six members, one positive test could have substantial knock-on effects.
· Johnson and Cummings have revealed their flawed view of what strong leadership is →
A lot of us have asked ourselves in the past months what being a good parent is or what being a good son or daughter consists of, and felt ourselves failing.
· Celsius: Hold On For The Ride →
Up until the COVID virus pandemic, a significant component of our marketing strategy primarily consisted of live integrated programs that reached a critical mass of consumers at large gatherings.
· Do Joe Biden’s “you ain’t black” comments ultimately matter? →
I stratify blacks into different groupings — those who are “chronically included” (which consists of the highly educated blacks and those with high socioeconomic status who are always at the top of the black agenda or can define the agenda); then there are blacks in the middle, and I call them “moveable blacks” mainly because they are encompassing a large set of African Americans, but they’re not in this chronically included set.
The China Post
· Brussels Airlines to resume flights on downsized summer sked →
Brussels Airlines’ revised summer plans will consist of 30% of the initially planned summer schedule in Europe and 40% of the long-haul summer program.
· 5 'Battleground' REITs Yielding 10% Or Higher That We're Buying →
Most of our picks are in the yellow zone (first chart above) that consists of net lease, industrial, healthcare, and shopping centers.
· Jonathan Haidt Is Trying to Heal America’s Divisions →
It has become a significant organization, consisting of nearly 4,000 professors, administrators, and students, who are committed to promoting open inquiry, viewpoint diversity, and constructive disagreement in higher education.
· Qantas loses bid to use jobkeeper subsidy to soak up larger portion of wages bill →
In April, Qantas paid Mazzitelli a total of $3,000, consisting of $2,350 of gross pay and a $650 jobkeeper top-up, representing the amount the airline believed it owed to comply with the rules of the subsidy that employees must be paid at least $1,500 per fortnight.
· Vermilion Energy CEO resigns →
In lieu of filling the role of CEO, the company has created an executive committee consisting of a minimum of five senior executives, including Executive Chairman, President, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice-President People and Culture and Vice-President of Business Development.