“Late” in the news

Example collocations

during the late
late nineteenth
too late
until late
until the late

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Publications and example sentences

· Ursula von der Leyen told EU has 'much to learn from UK' as horror safety record laid bare  
The latest data from the European Commission shows that across the bloc in 2018, 25,178 people tragically died in road collisions on member states' roads.
Malay Mail
· Footballer Serge Aurier’s brother shot dead in Toulouse  
When emergency services arrived at 0300 GMT, the 26-year-old was injured in the abdomen and he later died in hospital, the fire service said.
Financial Express
· Google’s Sundar Pichai speaks up on digital tax; says this about 100 countries rewriting global tax rules  
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Seeking Alpha
· Papa John's: Fundamentally Flawed Company - Sell On Valuation  
In that regards, given the success of the large pizza chains that have strongly focused on value as their predominant strategy to drive retail sales and the factor that PZZA with its premium strategy was already experiencing declining retail sales growth prior to the events of late 2017, clearly indicate that continuing with the premium strategy is not going to garner dramatic retail sales at the new stores.
Seeking Alpha
· Merger Arbitrage Analysis And Spread Performance - July 12, 2020  
This latest twist appears to lessen that stance and with FSCT resolute in their defense of no wrongdoing this outcome has become a lot more difficult to call.
Washington Post
· Washington’s NFL team will no longer be called the Redskins; new name to come later  
The team’s new head coach, Ron Rivera, said in a July 4 interview that he has been working with Snyder on the name change process since late May or early June.
· ‘Holy grail of shipwrecks’ found by robot submarine with treasure worth billions  
The San Jose galleon left Panama’s port city of Portobelo in late May 1708, its riches were destined for King Philip V of Spain, who relied on its arrival to finance the War of the Spanish Succession.