|another person||Başka kişi|
|first person||Birinci şahıs|
|only person||Tek kişi|
|same person||Aynı kişi|
|third person||Üçüncü kişi|
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· Aubrey Menarndt on Mongolia’s Dynamic Youth →
They quickly saw that when you give an average Mongolian battling poverty who has lived their entire life under a closed authoritarian communist system a voucher for a Western-inspired stock exchange, they will quickly sell it for basic provisions to the first person who offers an exchange.
· Durga Puja 2020: No grand scale pandals in Kolkata! Relief work for COVID-19, cyclone Amphan top priority →
He further said that the financial condition of people is worrisome, due to the pay cuts and job cuts triggered by the slowdown.
· Chrissy Teigen donates $200,000 to support those who have been arrested for protesting death of George Floyd →
Chrissy Teigen has donated $200,000 (£162,028) to help bail out people in the US who have been arrested for protesting the death of George Floyd.
· Living in the past: lifestyles from bygone eras →
Growing numbers of people are turning back the hands of time, drawn by a retro aesthetic and a comforting sense of nostalgia
· Covid-19 expert Karl Friston: 'Germany may have more immunological “dark matter”' →
Can you give an example of what you mean by uncertainty, with respect to Covid-19, and how you build it into your models?A common type of epidemiological model used today is the SEIR model, which considers that people must be in one of four states – susceptible (S), exposed (E), infected (I) or recovered (R).
· 'People are going to go hungry': pandemic effects could leave 54m Americans without food →
A record number of Americans face hunger this year as the catastrophic economic fallout caused by the coronavirus pandemic looks set to leave tens of millions of people unable to buy enough food to feed their families.
· Apocalypse no more: has coronavirus killed our appetite for disturbing stories? →
On 1 April, with the UK death toll rising, 6.9 million people tuned in to the BBC to watch The Repair Shop – a show about craftspeople who restore treasured possessions like tippling sticks and pub clocks.
· In brief: Walking the Great North Line; All Our Broken Idols; The Farm – review →
The novel underlines the fact that people in Iraq have always suffered – but always fought, too, for their identity and culture; the greatest treasure of all.
· ‘Respect our city’: tension among Detroit protesters as unrest grows after dark →
Police say the majority of the 60 people arrested on Friday night weren’t Detroit residents.
· Why insurance companies are making a move towards the ‘Pay For The Distance Insurance’ →
Since March 2020, India’s roads are nearly empty of cars because people aren’t driving as much or at all.