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The New York Times
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He had a magnetism about him that drew people in, though I teased him that it was just his perfectly coifed, thick, longish hair — the kind that members of the Special Operations community pine for after years of high and tights.
Hong Kong Free Press
· Hong Kong businesses share their struggle for survival amid downturn →
I wasn’t suited for studying, and my exam results weren’t good enough for me to get into high school, so I started working.
· Jaguar Land Rover in rescue talks as sales plummet →
In February, JLR shelved plans to issue a US dollar bond after investors demanded a higher interest rate to compensate for the risk the coronavirus poses, Bloomberg News reported then.
· Responding to the Covid economy Part 1: Understanding supply and demand shocks — Ong Kian Ming →
The oil crisis in 1973 resulted in a quadrupling of oil prices which then led to petrol shortages, increases to the cost of production and high inflation.
· First test of public transport network →
Sydney Boys High School students Joshua Lau, Nirosh Prabaharan, Dawon Kim and Doowon Kim return to school after the coronavirus lockdown.
· Dollar edges higher as Hong Kong tensions fuel safe-haven demand →
TOKYO, May 25 — The dollar edged higher today as worries about a standoff between the United States and China over civil liberties in Hong Kong fuelled demand for safe-haven currencies.
· Mexico's president says country could lose 1 million jobs →
Doctors in Brazil have warned that there is so little testing that the rate of infection could be 15 times higher than the official estimate.
· All About The Bitcoin Halving →
If it cost $13,000 to mine a coin, then the price needs to be $13,000 or higher to justify mining.
The New York Times
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Taking one’s temperature to look for signs of fever is not as easy as it sounds, as “normal” temperature numbers can vary, but generally, keep an eye out for a temperature of 100.5 degrees Fahrenheit or higher.