“Ease” in the news
|chapel of ease|
|ease of access|
|ease of use|
Publications and example sentences
· Gold: Further Upside Expected →
Should quantitative easing push inflation expectations higher, then gold demand is expected to rise further.
· UFC 250: Nunes vs Spencer MMA Betting Preview →
Last week we recommended Mackenzie Dern via Submission which came through with ease, and this could come through as a re-run.
The New York Times
· Falling Jobless Rate Could Imperil Aid Underpinning the Recovery →
But there are steps you can take to ease your way back into regular exercise safely.
The Wall Street Journal
· Experts Sound Alarm Over Coronavirus Spread as U.S. Ramps Up Reopening, Prepares for More Protests →
Experts and officials warned about a possible increase of coronavirus infections as U.S. states continued this week to ease restrictions and thousands of people took to the streets nationwide to protest against the death of George Floyd in police custody.
· Trump administration orders Marriott to close Cuban hotel, chain claims →
Since taking power in 2017, President Trump has rolled back the easing of the relationship between the two countries, but did renew the hotel’s licence in 2018.
· Coronavirus: Regional R-rates revealed for first time in England →
The figures come as Boris Johnson’s government implements a new phase of lockdown easing in England, with non-essential shops due to reopen on 15 June, children going back to school and people allowed to gather in larger groups than before.
· Greener and cleaner: Reimagining our cities in the wake of COVID-19 →
Once the road system does not need to cater to peak demand during rush hours, the pressure to expand the road system will ease.
The New York Times
· Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today →
Each of our three flights was a vastly different experience but gave a preview of what to expect as countries begin to reopen their borders as coronavirus lockdowns ease.
· Jordan takes major step towards post-coronavirus normality →
The government began easing those measures in May when it gradually began allowing limited economic activities.