To be, or to feel under the weather is a common idiom used when you are not feeling 100% well. Perhaps you have a slight cold, stomach cramps or a headache. 78 more words
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Silvia and Bre felt discouraged after talking with some corner store employees:
Stores didn’t want to be rated.
The team was hoping that the ratings would help stores understand what customers wanted. 315 more words
Silvia, Bre, and Ivey talked with store owners and customers at local businesses to more deeply understand the issues surrounding Small Business Development.
“Rats! There are rats in some of the corner stores!” 241 more words
I roto i nga tini ahuatanga o te wa, otira, ratou kua huri ki tua o te arai tukua o tatau mate kia moe mai ra. 317 more words