Yes. That's why it's called RACEism. Because it applies to all races.
It means that they think that younger people believe that the world should provide more than just existence and opportunity. That is, that simply by existing, certain things should be provided to them. Old folks tend to pretend that they did not grow up in a society where there were things given to them simply...
It could be either because it depends on your interpretation of the word MAY.
As you say (but using other words) the sentence could mean :
The metal MIGHT NOT have any lead in
The metal IS NOT ALLOWED to have any lead in it.
I am personally against it how about you
There you go! Here's your tea.
"I built a house for my cat."
I read in a grammar book that the different between present perfect and the simple past is that the simple past states time ( I walked to school yesterday).
Is it correct?
It is a metaphor.
"I remember the whole beginning as a succession of flights and drops" ... this clause uses 'as' but is not a simile because there is no comparison being made. The seesaw image is a metaphor.
You have to have the quality of comparison as well as 'as (or 'like) eg...
Which sentence is correct?
"It's just you and me."
"It's just you and I."
It means successful outcomes. The sentence as a whole is very badly written though. It's so jargonised it's practically gobbledygook.
I think it means:
"The operations and commercial teams, working in collaboration, are making excellent progress in advancing the business. They are trying to achieve...