|every three years||3年ごと|
|married three times||3回結婚しました|
|next three most||次の3つ|
|next three years||次の3年間|
|spent three years||3年を費やした|
· Senior students behind runaway COVID-19 cluster at Al-Taqwa College →
Melbourne students in years 11 and 12 are due to return to face-to-face classes on Monday, while school holidays will be extended for another week for other year levels, as the government seeks more advice on whether to revert to remote learning in term three.
· Labor calls for an Australian Magnitsky Act to target human rights abusers →
Three countries will now have Magnitsky-style laws with Canada and the US already having a sanctions regimes in place, while the European Union is also working on developing a similar scheme.
· Several pubs in England close after positive coronavirus tests →
At least three premises say they will shut after staff or customers contract virus
· Five substitutions tips balance in favour of bigger clubs, says Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson →
“If we give everyone a chance to start with a level playing field next year, when you don’t have necessarily this problem hanging over you of playing so many matches, then it would probably be in the interest of clubs like ours – although we won’t be alone – to go back to three.”
· Fadillah: 84pc of construction sites operating within SOPs during RMCO →
In general, worker accommodations located either within or outside the construction sites must fulfill three basic aspects, namely safety, cleanliness and comfort, with adequate space for the residents, and must comply with the regulations and laws.
· Championship: Can Cardiff City of Swansea City triumph in play-off race? →
Cardiff currently have 64 points - three more than Derby - while Swansea are on 60.
· Bennell and Jones in frame for Demons →
And former skipper Nathan Jones, dropped after round three, is also in contention to come back into the line up as the frustrated match committee looks for ways to improve the ball use of its struggling side.
· Husham al Hashami: Renowned Iraqi scholar assassinated outside his home in Baghdad →
Hashimi leaves behind three young children and wife.
· Tokyo stocks close down after three-day winning streak →
TOKYO, July 7 ― Tokyo stocks closed lower today as investors locked in profits after three straight days in positive territory, while cautiously assessing the impact of deadly floods and landslides on local economies.
· Martin Lewis says motorists should not take extra car insurance support for this reason →
The FCA has demanded firms offer customer payment holidays of a minimum of three months if they are struggling financially.