“Show” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· How to support the Black Lives Matter movement even if you can’t attend the protests →
“We will walk with transparency and accountability to use those funds to first and foremost pay bail for those who have shown up in love and grief and rage to demand justice for the murder of George Floyd, and then to post bail in our community for those who are held pretrial simply because they cannot pay and to post bonds to free people from ICE detention,” the organisation said.
· Come out of your bunker, Donald Trump, and concede that America never was great →
Obama's words over the weekend showed true leadership to a country desperate for change.
· Stephen Hough review – seriousness, not show, marks return of live music →
Both are ideal vehicles for Hough’s fastidious, perfectly controlled playing, and whatever the technical demands (which are considerable in both works), there was a sense of quiet understatement about his performances, with seriousness rather than show always being the watchword.
· US stocks edge up as market digests protests, reopenings →
Despite the attention commanded by the protests, “history shows markets look through many sorts of tumultuous events and have done so for decades,” said a note from Nicholas Colas of Datatrek Research.
· The ghosts of the care-home dead will come back to haunt this government →
The NHS v care home row shows that both are utterly interdependent, yet can never meld while one is free, the other paid for by families or councils.
· NYC mayor defends daughter, 25, who was arrested →
In an exclusive interview with the “TODAY” show on Monday morning, Shea told Savannah Guthrie that “anyone that looks at that has to be troubled by what they saw.”
· Omnicom Group Positioned To Thrive, Not Just Survive →
In any scenario better than this one, OMC holds significant upside potential, as we’ll show below.
· No coronavirus deaths across 11 London hospitals in 48 hours →
The analysis shows there have been no deaths reported by North Middlesex Hospital since 20 May.
· V.F. Corporation Is Trading At Reasonable Prices →
If we estimate its cost of capital to range anywhere between 8% and 10%, it shows that it has generated a positive spread between its returns and cost of capital, creating shareholder value.
· On the run: lack of sport drives fans to madcap world of marble racing →
The past month has seen the sport make its TV debut on US network ESPN and attract the attention of the comedian John Oliver’s HBO show Last Week Tonight, which will financially sponsor the forthcoming Marble League in return for a few diminutive billboards placed among the event’s 10,000+ marble “spectators”.