Recent Examples on the WebAfter the Great Recession, tiered pay and benefits regained steam as unemployment climbed and workers’ bargaining power eroded.—J.j. McCorvey, NBC News, 16 Sep. 2023 But if the viruses continue to spread because vaccination coverage in an area is low, the vaccine viruses can regain the power to paralyze.—Helen Branswell, STAT, 15 Sep. 2023 According to a Washington Post analysis, the labor market as a whole regained 75 percent of the 4 million workers who had dropped out of the workforce due to a range of reasons including health concerns, covid illness and death.—Ellen Francis, Washington Post, 13 Sep. 2023 Bitcoin’s price soared above $31,000 in response to the ETF filings from BlackRock and Fidelity, but has since slumped, never regaining the same momentum that had propelled the world’s largest cryptocurrency to its highest price in more than a year.—Ben Weiss, Fortune Crypto, 12 Sep. 2023 That’s especially vital as Republicans try to regain the Senate majority, a goal that eluded them last fall.—Joseph Morton, Dallas News, 11 Sep. 2023 They were pushed to the back of the plane by hijackers, then took a vote and decided to try to regain control of the aircraft, according to the Friends of Flight 93 National Memorial.—CBS News, 11 Sep. 2023 The Golden Gophers regained control and took a 14-13 lead, closing out with consecutive kills.—oregonlive, 9 Sep. 2023 But the Orioles regained separation in the sixth inning, taking a 9-6 lead when rookie Jordan Westburg and McCann drilled back-to-back solo homers to center against reliever Zack Weiss.—Alex Speier, BostonGlobe.com, 9 Sep. 2023 See More
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