Perform в новостях
|able to perform||Способен выполнять|
|continued to perform||Продолжал выполнять|
|did not perform||Не выполнял|
|invited to perform||Пригласил выступить|
|not perform||Не выполнять|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· How to prioritise childcare for frontliners — Dr Wee Soo Yen and Dr Khor Swee Kheng →
To ensure proper compliance, Department of Social Welfare should perform routine and ad-hoc checks.
· Western United sued over Mark Rudan bullying allegations →
Mr Kodric's allegations include that Rudan forced him to clean his dirty clothes and bed sheets among other directions to perform tasks outside of his job description (such as buying him groceries), and also made the team manager pack Rudan's belongings from a hotel room on an away trip and take them to the airport after he had left.
· Rugby Australia's financial pain felt widely but not shared universally →
With all of the pressing issues facing the game, the Wallabies remain the No 1 rainmaker in Australian rugby, but the national team has performed disappointingly over the last four years, falling to seventh in the world.
· Trump threatens to send the US military to quash protests →
Importantly, they still don’t have the authority to perform law enforcement duties.
· Co-Diagnostics: Why Traders Shouldn't Take COVID-19 Stocks Too Seriously →
There is nothing to confirm, one way or the other, as to how the company will perform going forward, or if it will be able to generate the type of sales bulls are convinced it will.
· It’s Covid-20 — Hafiz Hassan →
If the contract does not contain a force majeure clause, parties may still rely on the statutory right provided by section 57(2) of the Contracts Act 1950, where a contract which later on becomes impossible or unlawful to perform is void.
· ONEOK: An Interesting Midstream Company →
The company's capital spending could set it up to perform better going forward.
· Trump says he will deploy military if state officials can't contain protest violence →
Governors often prefer the National Guard forces in these cases because they can legally perform law enforcement duties in the U.S., whereas troops on active duty cannot without violating the Posse Comitatus Act, a 1878 law that prohibits the government from using military forces to act as a police force within U.S. borders.
The New York Times
· Facebook and Twitter Must Do More About Trump’s Tweets →
It’s a wonder Mr. Zuckerberg didn’t trip over himself performing the verbal gymnastics it took to explain away what even his own employees seem to know is the wrong side of history.
· Bird may have caused Canada air force aerobatics plane to crash →
The Snowbirds' signature nine-jet formation, with trailing white smoke, began its tour in Nova Scotia and was to perform aerial displays over cities from the Atlantic to the Pacific oceans, at elevations as low as 500 feet (150 meters).