Haberlerde Stretch

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down the stretch Aşağı doğru
long stretch Uzun streç
short stretch Kısa esneme
stretch between Arasına germek
stretch of road Yol kenarı

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The Guardian
· 'Flora needs me': MP caring for wife hits out at Jacob Rees-Mogg's plan  
But now with Covid and with services stretched, I am the carer and I do it for the love of my wife, no problem,” he said.
The Guardian
· 10 of the best novels set in Portugal – that will take you there  
Made up of three, loosely related stories, each section involves the protagonist setting off on a wild goose-chase into the country’s northern hills (“mountains” is a bit of a stretch).
The Age
· Snap Shot: Propeller-heads at training, tips for Royal Pines ... when needed  
The Blues are well prepared telling Snap Shot that the longest surname on their membership database stretches 19 letters, well beyond the Spiro Kourkoumelis, Harry Hollingshead, Simon Minton-Connell and Sam Petrevski-Setons of the world who have worn the jumper.
Financial Express
· Samsung Galaxy S20+ long-term review: You can’t go wrong with this  
Samsung has achieved this by pushing the punch hole cutout for the selfie camera to the middle — taking cues from the Galaxy Note 10+ obviously — and stretching the screen on all sides further.
The Japan Times
· NASCAR’s return mostly smooth; racers hope fans will be right behind  
NASCAR, when it announced its second stretch of races through June 21 in Alabama, said the events would be without fans.
Malay Mail
· How to prioritise childcare for frontliners — Dr Wee Soo Yen and Dr Khor Swee Kheng  
This then reduces the already stretched number of our professionals in the field.
· Curfews may not be enough to keep the peace as tension builds from coast to coast  
The uprisings come at a time when public safety resources are already stretched as cities fight the coronavirus pandemic, with many still enforcing stay-at-home orders.
The New York Times
· Shattered Glass in SoHo as Looters Ransack Lower Manhattan  
By the time the stragglers had reached the stretch of Fifth Avenue between 14th Street and the Flatiron Building, they were smashing almost any glass in sight.
The New York Times
· Black Workers, Already Lagging, Face Big Economic Risks  
As the prospects for a rapid recovery dwindle and Americans face what could be a prolonged stretch of high unemployment and suppressed income growth, black households are confronting the prospect of a widening economic chasm.
The New York Times
· As Protests Spur Posts From Athletes, N.B.A. Players Take to the Streets  
has gone to great lengths to cultivate for itself in recent years: that of a socially conscious league that has fought against injustice for decades stretching back to the days of Bill Russell.