|entrance and exit||入口と出口|
|entry and exit||出入り|
· Legend of Ali: The unlikely figure in Wall Street's most elite club is going it alone →
Now, after exiting the investment bank last year, Meli is setting up his own venture in some of the most treacherous markets in generations.
· George Floyd: Curfews extended as US protests spread - Live →
Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw said much of Center City would be blocked off, affecting roads, bridges and expressway entrances and exits, as well as the city's transit agency.
· Commentary: An important lesson in managing COVID-19 from an unexpected country →
In the US and the UK, ambiguous containment regimes without clear exit plans have resulted in a policy stalemate between maintaining unsustainable lockdowns and recklessly opening up the economy.
· Commentary: What’s behind Mahathir’s sacking and Malaysia’s new political drama →
Anwar is still reeling from Azmin Ali’s exit from PKR to support Muhyiddin and is trying to consolidate the party.
· The Big Read: Life after circuit breaker - retail, entertainment and leisure won’t be the same again →
For the suggestion to work, he said, the open area will have to be organised at a precinct or along a street where movement is controlled through gated entrances and exits.
· Why Val Demings May Be the Best Running Mate for Joe Biden Right Now →
According to Edison Research exit poll data, 56 percent of South Carolina’s Democratic primary voters were African American, and they overwhelmingly supported Biden, who won 61 percent of their vote.
The New York Times
· Anti-Lockdown Rebels Don’t Get to Choose Their Own Constitution →
In other words, revolt inherently entails exiting the constitutional order, not claiming its protections.
· How National Pension Scheme fared in past 11 years →
In fact, the options given to those in the 18-40 years age group in the unorganised sector to migrate to APY and those above 40 years to continue with the Swavalamban scheme or exit it, have caused a decline in the subscribers’ base in the Swavalamban scheme to 43.3 lakh now, from 44.8 lakh at end of 2015-16.
· Health officials make last-minute plea to stop lockdown easing in England →
In Scotland, which is exiting lockdown more slowly, the first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, warned of a significant risk coronavirus could “run out of control again”.
· The Guardian view on arts and the pandemic: support needed now →
Because of their very “success” at “weaning themselves away from subsidy”, British arts organisations face a tougher, slower and more painful exit from the current situation than many overseas neighbours.