1. What about those who were in there for six months?
  2. They were among those who were outside the ground at 2.
  3. Its effect was powerful for those who were there, but fleeting.
  4. And yet even those who were cast out defend his memory with a ferocious passion.
  5. I often think of those who were valiant and principled in the death camps of Nazi Germany.
  6. There was a very distinct hierarchy, a division between those who were legal and those who weren’t.
  7. All this material owes its existence to the actions of those who were directly or indirectly targeted.
  8. On the other side, the DNR had no public lists of those who were dead, missing and being held prisoner.
  9. Many were working to become fully raw, and those who were already strove for intense cleansing or fasting.
  10. When the police rounded up all those who were present at the scene of the murder, Temme did not come forward.
  11. Those who were opposed to immigrants in general began to separate from those who hated Muslims in particular.
  12. He found that hypnotised subjects remembered less than those who were not hypnotised and omitted more details.
  13. Beyond the specific testimonies of those who were farmed there is, I think, something universal to be explored.
  14. Those who were renting privately often couldn’t make it work: “If the money is too low, how do you pay rent?
  15. But those who were not able to get this help are still at reception level: not all can read, or grasp what a number is.
  16. And it was always, she stressed, a narrative that erased the presence of those who were already here: her own Māori ancestors.
  17. He was very rough, and very tough … What we don’t see is those who were so traumatised by it that they just basically gave up.
  18. Perhaps the pandemic is also making the case, for those who were not already convinced, for universal healthcare and basic income.
  19. With one hand he pointed to the US’s outrages against his people and with the other he closed the door on those who were outraged.
  20. I think that in a general way, and more generally, if there are people who are responsible, it’s those who were in power at the time.
  21. Those who were outside national territorial space, like hundreds of thousands of seafarers, found themselves banished to a floating limbo.
  22. He still drove deliveries for a handful of customers, trundling over parcels in his Ford Ka after hours, mostly to those who were housebound.
  23. Those who were once coalminers or steelworkers may now be temporarily-employed “operatives” waiting for word of that week’s working hours.
  24. Those who were too young or too old, too infirm, or who already had permits to work in positions of national importance could apply to be freed.
  25. The Gambian coup plotters confided their intentions to very few, and were especially careful to conceal their activities from those who were closest.
  26. Those who followed middle-class public health worker diktats might get rehoused when their slum was razed; those who were less compliant were evicted.
  27. Their name was not shared with the committee, however – but they are understood to be among those who were consulted on the Scottish draft of the policy document.
  28. They have also been accompanied by a deepening atmosphere of suspicion around people of Muslim background, particularly those who were born overseas or hold dual nationality.
  29. “For those who were living from hand to mouth to start with,” the eminent India-based economist Jean Drèze observed as it was happening, “lockdown is almost a death sentence.”
  30. And another 10% of those who were taken aboard died at sea during an Atlantic transit that constituted an extreme physical and psychological test for all those who were subjected to it.