|able to return||戻れる|
|decided to return||帰ることにした|
|did not return||戻らなかった|
· Coronavirus 'injures' placenta in infected pregnant women, study finds →
Waleska Rivera, 18, of West York, Pa., graduated from West York High School on May 19 and returned home following the ceremony where her mother took the photos.
· Renault and Nissan rebuild alliance to ride out Covid-19 storm →
In return, the French government wants Renault to invest in electric vehicles, advanced batteries and other technology to support jobs in France.
· Healthcare And Biotechnology Dashboard - Update →
However, profitability measured in return on equity is significantly below the historical baseline, especially for pharmaceuticals.
· Trump 'miffed' with China, trade deal now less important, says adviser →
He said the Trump administration would welcome back any American company in Hong Kong or on the Chinese mainland that wanted to return to the United States.
· Viasat, Inc. (VSAT) CEO Mark Dankberg on Q4 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
No, we're looking at, whatever it is that drives incremental returns, and being able to compete in an environment where that amount of subsidy may be available makes a really attractive return.
· S&P 500 rises on economic recovery and vaccine hopes, pulls back from highs →
“The returns from here will be harder to come by,” he said.
· The Law Of Requisite Variety →
Following our return from our long macro musings “hibernation”, and while going through all the great comments from some of our readers, when it came to choosing our title analogy, we decided to pick “hawkeyec” reference to “The Law of Requisite Variety”:
· AI is more data-hungry than ever, and DefinedCrowd raises $50M B round to feed it →
Braga noted that she hasn’t “noticed a significant downturn in the industry,” presumably because product development has continued in anticipation of consumer and enterprise needs returning to normal.