ニュースの中での Charm

出版物および例文

The New York Times
· Do I Have Permission to Corona-Shame My Friend?  
If he seems chilly, it’s probably because he is saving his charm for workers who will help him complete new tasks.
The Guardian
· Bobby Moore and the mystery of the missing Bogotá bracelet  
Today the discoloured wallpaper is peeling and the carpets are musty, but there is still enough faded charm about the place to evoke a nostalgic leap back to 18 May 1970 when the England team would have spilled into the hotel at around 4pm.
Mashable
· This robot vacuum cleaner is perfect for pet owners  
We know that fluff is part of their charm, but the stuff gets absolutely everywhere.
The Verge
· How to think about polarization on Facebook  
Facebook ran a multi-year charm offensive to develop friendly relationships with powerful state prosecutors who could use their investigative powers to harm the company’s revenue growth.
The Guardian
· The 100 greatest UK No 1s: No 7, The Human League – Don't You Want Me  
And after all, part of the charm of the Human League and the moment they encapsulated, the experimentalism of post-punk meeting the new possibilities of electronic music technology, is that it was so refreshingly carefree, the sound of synth pop coming in from the cold.
The China Post
· Little Liu Qiu has it all: A dive into coral reefs and luscious seafood  
Discovering the charm of Southern Taiwan: Xiao Liu Qiu and Qijin
The Guardian
· Move over, Fortnite: how Valorant became the next big competitive game  
After a few weeks with Valorant, I’ve found it to be a careful mix of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’s meticulous but rewarding gunplay and Overwatch’s characters and soft-edged charm.
The Japan Times
· Rebooting Japan’s movie business, one theater at a time  
“The appeal and charm of movie theaters are deeply rooted in human nature.
The Atlantic
· Oh, Brother  
There was a certain voyeuristic charm, too, the Associated Press noted: “It gives viewers sitting at home a glimpse at the dynamics of a family other than their own.” Then Chris contracted COVID-19, adding drama and pathos.
The Guardian
· To the Stars review – a charmingly old-fashioned tale of teen entanglements  
Yes, the script by Shannon Bradley-Colleary really is that old-fashioned – which is, perversely, the charm here, right down to the simmering lesbian-desire subplot that you can sense coming from miles away, like a tornado on the horizon.