|did not know||知らなかった|
|does not know||知らない|
The Wall Street Journal
· Joe Kindred’s Recipe for Charred Squid With Ajo Blanco and Cilantro Pistou →
What he is known for: Making a small-town restaurant a destination.
· The palace letters: what Charteris revealed to Kerr about UK unions and Labour →
And, after all, as no-one knows better than you, ‘reserve powers’ are essentially powers in reserve, and not powers to be flaunted or used for the hell of it.”
· Momentum In PayPal Stock Is Quickly Shifting →
This type of action is known as a bearish divergence.
The New York Times
· The Flu May Linger in the Air, Just Like the Coronavirus →
“We’ve been studying the flu for 102 years and still don’t know for sure how it’s transmitted,” said Dr. Don Milton, an environmental health researcher and aerosol transmission expert at the University of Maryland.
· Facebook: Current Concerns Are Far Overblown →
The caveat here is that this particular scandal impacted primarily YouTube, and 2017 was pre-YouTube segment reporting - so we don't know the exact impact contained to YouTube standalone (we now know that YouTube represents approximately a ~12% mix of total Google search advertising plus Youtube revenues).
The China Post
· Care home refused free tests. Now, nearly everyone has virus →
“I don’t know if they’ll ever say what their reason was.”
· Officer fatally shoots Michigan man after mask dispute leads to stabbing →
“You don’t know what he’s going to do.
· Paedophile who convinced girls she was a boy targets another child →
But the woman - who didn't know about Davidson's sinister past - introduced the pervert, then 21, to her 15-year-old daughter.
· Queen of the South season 5: Who is out to get Teresa? James' warning explained →
He had a dark reputation as he was known for crucifying the families of his enemies but this time around, he was willing to be more of a help than a hindrance and even got Teresa out of a sticky situation when she was arrested and saved her from Camila Vargas (Veronica Falcon).
· The Six-Year Jobs Recession →
That’s a moving target, though, because employers don’t always know.