|long and wide||長くて広い|
· ‘I withdrew from my friends, switched off my phone, shut out the world’ →
I did not consider how long this would last, or how I would one day go about detangling myself from this terrible mess.
· The key lies in the genes →
However, as long as data is stuck in “silos” or in organisations not incentivised to share, it will never reach the very recipients that would benefit from it.
· Police in riot gear clash with protesters defying curfew in Brooklyn →
The mayor on Wednesday said that as long as there isn't additional looting or violence in Los Angeles associated with the protests, he would end the curfews, NBC LA reported.
· Drew Brees' comments hurtful and insensitive, says New Orleans Saints team-mate Malcolm Jenkins →
We still have a long way to go.
· Almost five million people at risk of hunger and famine as swarms of locusts ravage East Africa →
“Our gains have been significant; but the battle is long and is not yet over”, he said.
· China Mobile: Stability At A Fair Price →
Most of this in my opinion can be linked to government regulations on telecom service providers such as the cancellation of long distance charges or the caps on data fees.
· Protesters must ensure they tread a safe path →
The Age has a long history of supporting the right of people to express themselves freely in peaceful protest.
· No issue of lapsed time in filing gratification charges in SRC trial, prosecution tells Najib’s defence →
Muhammad Shafee had earlier asserted in court that deposits were made to Najib’s accounts in 2011 and over the span of three years after the latter’s involvement in the approval of RM2 billion in Retirement Fund Incorporated (KWAP) loans to SRC International was inconsistent with typical behaviour in other cases of corruption and said it did not make sense for the gratification to be delayed so long.
· Can Joe Biden convince protesters he would be a 'transformational' president? →
On Tuesday, he traveled to Philadelphia, the birthplace of American democracy, to confront the “racial wounds that have long plagued our country”.