|unable to find||見つけることができない|
|unable to get||取得できません|
|unable to make||作れない|
|unable to play||遊べない|
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· Menstrual Hygiene Day: Period poverty is getting worse during lockdown, charity warns →
Three in five organisations (62 per cent) said there were increased challenges for women to access period products in the communities they work with, while one fifth (22 per cent) said people had been unable to access sanitary materials altogether.
· Prince William says poor eyesight helped him overcome anxiety when giving speeches →
However, being unable to clearly see the faces of people in the audience made him feel more at ease.
The China Post
· Croatian charity offers help as lives turn during outbreak →
Apart from the locals, Loparic said, seasonal workers from other parts of Croatia who flocked to Istria as early as March to find jobs were left stranded, unable to return home during the lockdown and left with no income.
· Noble gesture! Delhi farmer turns good Samaritan for 10 Bihar migrants, pays Rs 68,000 for flight tickets to get them home →
Niranjan said he tried to book train tickets but was unable to do that.
· UK coronavirus live: test and trace gets under way in England and Scotland →
After studying 13 countries in Africa and Asia, the charity Street Child said one third of people surveyed were unable to take the most basic measures to guard against Covid-19, including washing their hands.
· Out of My Skull by James Danckert and John D Eastwood – the psychology of boredom →
Our guides’ careful analysis leads to a detailed conception of boredom as a combination of being mentally unengaged, and wanting to engage with something, yet being unable to – what they call “a failure to launch”.
· US virus toll crosses 100,000 as pandemic rages in Latin America →
Worried relatives outside the Sabogal Hospital in the capital Lima were unable to enter to see loved ones suffering from COVID-19, with some begging the guards for information.
The Japan Times
· Angry Minneapolis protests for second night over police killing of black man →
He grew silent and motionless, unable to move even as the officers told him to “get up and get in the car.”
· 'Not doing too well': Trip to visit dying mother derailed by quarantine →
Some exemptions allow people such as airline crew members, consular staff and those unable to live independently to see out their 14 days elsewhere.
· Morrison government will push on with IR reform even if unions and employers can't agree →
The Morrison government could push ahead with industrial relations changes even if the unions and employers are unable to bridge the sharp differences in their priorities to reach a consensus on reform, the attorney general has said.