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The pipelines providing food to major grocery chains began jamming up in the early days of the pandemic, and the system has still not fully recovered, which is evident in rising prices and the reluctance among chains to fill large orders.
‘CAN’T EAT A GIFT CARD’: RURAL FOOD BANKS FIGHT TO PUT TURKEYS ON THE TABLEKYLE SWENSONNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
She recovered, and just when she was her strongest, she was broken — not by them, not by the eating disorder, but by our insatiable appetite to consume her.
WHAT ‘THE CROWN’ GOT RIGHT IN PORTRAYING PRINCESS DIANA’S BULIMIA: IT LET HER VOICE BE HEARDAMANDA LONGNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Before 2016, bicyclists and pedestrians were also barred from recovering damages, even if the driver was 99 percent at fault.
D.C. COUNCIL WEIGHS MAKING IT EASIER FOR E-SCOOTER RIDERS TO COLLECT DAMAGES AFTER CRASHESLUZ LAZONOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Though Mikula is expected to recover, Maddow said the experience has still been devastating.
AS HER PARTNER STRUGGLES WITH COVID-19, A QUARANTINED RACHEL MADDOW PLEADS: ‘DON’T GET THIS THING’KATIE SHEPHERDNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The officials originally ruled the play a fumble lost by Drake and recovered in the end zone by the Seahawks.
KYLER MURRAY RUNS OUT OF MIRACLES AS SEAHAWKS HANG ON TO TAKE OVER FIRST PLACE IN NFC WESTMARK MASKENOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
However, the pandemic has made it impossible for studios to generate the kind of returns at the box office they need to recover their investments in big films.
‘WONDER WOMAN’ WILL DEBUT ON SAME DAY IN THEATERS AND ON HBO MAXVERNE KOPYTOFFNOVEMBER 19, 2020FORTUNE
The Denver Broncos announced Wednesday that defensive coordinator Ed Donatell is home recovering after being taken to a hospital last week with coronavirus-related symptoms.
NFL TOUGHENS ITS CORONAVIRUS PROTOCOLS AS SEVERAL RAIDERS PLAYERS ARE PLACED IN QUARANTINEMARK MASKENOVEMBER 18, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Candia told the Blade the older brother still has a feeding tube in his stomach and needs physical, cognitive and occupational therapy to recover.
TEXAS ACTIVISTS RALLY BEHIND HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMSMICHAEL K. LAVERSNOVEMBER 18, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
Modeling an event of this severity may seem extreme, but one study found that in 2018 alone, the five most disruptive supply chain events affected more than 2,000 sites worldwide and took factories 22 to 29 weeks to recover.
WHY INVESTING IN SUPPLY CHAIN RESILIENCE PAYS OFFLBELANGER225NOVEMBER 16, 2020FORTUNE
Meanwhile, rural agriculture-heavy economies like Iowa and Nebraska are recovering at a much faster clip.
NOT EVERYONE IS FEELING THE RECOVERY: THE ECONOMY AS TOLD BY 8 CHARTSLANCE LAMBERTNOVEMBER 14, 2020FORTUNE
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WORDS RELATED TO RECOVERED

  • recovered
  • reestablished
  • refreshed
  • rehabilitated
  • reinstituted
  • returned
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