Case [noun]

Definition of Case:

container; items in container

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In some cases, it’s people that didn’t even know they were sick.

The case stemmed from challenges to the state’s orders to close “non life-sustaining” businesses and to limit gatherings to 25 people indoors or 250 people outdoors.

Redfield said he expected a vaccine to start being available in November or December, with the first people to receive it being those with health problems that make them most vulnerable to a severe case or death if they are infected.

In the past, when I’ve discussed a case, unfortunately, that individual’s name was leaked to the media.

In each case, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden leads — by a wide margin in Minnesota and a narrow one in Wisconsin.

The problem with that, of course, is that the coronavirus is deadly in a substantial number of cases.

Stephanopoulos noted that, on a per capita basis, the United States is worse off than the rest of the world in terms of cases and deaths.

Where ever you have a Democrat city — not in all cases, but if you look at the really troubled cities in our country, they’re Democrat-run and that’s Biden.

In any case, it will take months to make a safe vaccine available to most Americans.

The case was an assault and battery that came off between two men named Brown and Henderson.