Stick en las noticias
Colocaciones de ejemplo
|analog stick||El mando analógico|
|hockey stick||Palo de hockey|
|stick together||Permanecer juntos|
Publicaciones y oraciones de ejemplo
· Riots Are the American Way →
It is easy to dismiss the rock thrower; Attucks himself was accused of throwing sticks.
· Kraft Heinz: More Like A Clean-Up Than A Turnaround →
The main sticking point being the fetching price.
· 'Far too soon' to ease lockdown in north-east England, leaders warn →
The new government guidance was “reckless and causing confusion,” she said: “I’m being more cautious than the government and saying that you need to stick to ‘stay at home’ measures and you need to stick to social distancing because we have high infection rates in the northeast.
· More masks, less haggling: Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar welcomes few customers upon reopening →
And on Monday, after more than two months idle and stuck at home because of coronavirus, he returned to the labyrinthine marketplace to reopen his shop.
The New York Times
· Your Short Film of the Day →
Some of the bits are timeless — despite all the advances of modern science, we still haven’t figured out how to keep shopping carts from getting stuck together.
· Pax launches web app after getting booted from the Apple App Store →
The app remained available on Android, but the ban meant iOS users were stuck without a way to control many of the settings on their fancy vapes.
The New York Times
· Tales From Home, For Home →
Stuck under one roof for seven days, mourning family members devolve into the worst, most entertaining version of themselves.
· Coronavirus Roundtable - Oil's Final Phase (Video Transcript) →
In Oklahoma, you have those oilfields, where every time they stick up a straw in the sand, they get an earthquake, right?
· The ghosts of the care-home dead will come back to haunt this government →
Exaggerated or not, with so many deaths the government rightly fears his allegations will stick.
· Boris Johnson could take classical lesson in his rush to reopen schools →
For decades governments of both left and right have been using sticks and carrots to persuade new parents to join the workforce, which is one reason why Britain entered the current crisis with record levels of employment.