Oppose en las noticias
Colocaciones de ejemplo
|continued to oppose||Continuó oponiéndose|
|did not oppose||No se opuso|
|not oppose||No oponerse|
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Publicaciones y oraciones de ejemplo
· Local anger over plans for post-Brexit 'lorry park' at Ashford →
Damian Green, the town’s Conservative MP and a former close ally of Boris Johnson’s predecessor, Theresa May, said he was opposed to the site, tweeting that it was “unfair to Ashford” as it was “too near too many homes”.
The New York Times
· Health Care Takes Center Stage in Battle for Congress During Pandemic →
In one of his first ads after securing the Democratic Senate nomination to oppose Mr. Gardner, John Hickenlooper, the former Colorado governor, called it “lunacy” that the Trump administration would press a lawsuit to overturn the Affordable Care Act during a pandemic.
· Harper's free speech letter has 'moved the needle', says organiser →
The letter, which was published in Harper’s Magazine on Tuesday and signed by cultural figures also including Noam Chomsky, Malcolm Gladwell and Gloria Steinem, said the spread of “censoriousness” was leading to “an intolerance of opposing views” and “a vogue for public shaming and ostracism”.
· Bradley Walsh health: ‘I was a ticking time bomb’ – star's major health risk →
Cardiovascular disease symptoms may be different for men and women as men are more likely to suffer with chest pain as opposed to women who will experience nausea or shortness of breath.
· Md. Gov. Hogan on school reopening: 'We're not going to be rushed into this' →
Kobach's GOP rival, Kansas Rep. Roger Marshall, has racked up a number of significant endorsements and the Republican-aligned group, Plains PAC, also launched a multi-million dollar ad campaign Tuesday opposing Kobach’s candidacy.
· Jack Charlton obituary →
In 1963-64 they returned to the First Division with Charlton to the fore; increasingly – and innovatively – he would come up field to get his head to the ball at set pieces, or to lurk at the near post with intent, flicking on corners or disconcerting the opposing goalkeeper.
· Ranking the NFC North's Defensive Lines →
Za'Darius Smith and Preston Smith -- no relation -- were consistently wreaking havoc in opposing backfields.
· New rules leave Sydney homeowners fearing late notice on developments →
Retired teacher Guy Power, who lives in the lower Blue Mountains suburb of Blaxland, is not opposed to medium density development but fears local councils are losing control of the planning process as a result of the code.
· Why are fish wars heating up all over the world? →
Australia and France are among the countries trying to combat this, while Russia and China have opposed the creation of new marine protected areas.
· Saints Eyeing Up the Enemy: Kansas City Chiefs →
They sacked opposing quarterbacks 45 times, led by a disruptive inside-outside combination of DT/DE Chris Jones and DE Frank Clark.