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Early last year, health officials did not urge their use because of concerns health workers would be unable to get them.
Meanwhile, athletes are left to wait, unable to compete and their ability to hold formal practices or access training facilities varying by school.
The Somali and Oromo callers were also unable to listen to the meeting, since it wasn’t translated for them.
I feared she’d been drenched and unable to withstand the chill.
Because if we don’t — if we don’t, then conservatives all across this country will be unable to speak, they’ll be unable to do business, they’ll be unable to be heard.
If Jassy is unable to handle those threats, Amazon could find itself handcuffed as it tries to enter markets, expand to new regions or acquire businesses.
It will come from a government that is unable to solve big problems and respond to challenges because warring political factions refuse to negotiate and compromise.
State-run Myanmar Radio and Television said in a Facebook post that it was unable to broadcast “due to communication problems.”
Players were unable to leave their rooms for practice or meals ahead of the first Grand Slam tournament of the year.
According to Edelman, the results revealed “a new era of information bankruptcy and a trust ecosystem unable to confront it.”

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