ニュースの中での Deem

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BBC Sport
· Oisin McConville says return to 'old style knockout football will excite many'  
Given the expected requirement to maintain some social distancing measures, not all regularly used county grounds are likely to be deemed suitable to host provincial championship matches.
The New York Times
· Europe’s Patchwork Reopening  
Many of those are in Europe, but the list also includes China, Japan, Israel, New Zealand and a handful of other countries where authorities deemed the health situation under control; the United States is not on the list.
The New York Times
· When Cleaning Is the Only Option  
That makes her someone who has been deemed essential, but who has always been thought of as less than.
The Independent
· Facebook starts marking 'state-controlled media' ahead of US election  
There are a number of criteria for a media company to be classified as under the editorial control over the government, including the source of their funding, ownership structure, editorial guidelines, and accountability mechanisms and, should Facebook deem that there are enough protections to “ensure editorial independence” the label would not be applied.
The Age
· 'Nothing is stopping us': Black Lives Matter protesters to push ahead  
Aboriginal leaders say nothing will stop them marching in a Black Lives Matter protest in Sydney, despite NSW Police making a desperate final move to deem it illegal amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Yonhap News
· (LEAD Moon orders review of plan for disease control system reform  
To that end, transferring it to the ministry was deemed appropriate, a Cheong Wa Dae official told reporters on the condition of anonymity.
The Japan Times
· As George Floyd marches loom, do’s and don’ts for protesting in Japan  
The 2019 National Policy Agency White Paper mentions the year’s activities by extreme left-wing groups, right-wing groups and the Japan Communist Party, as well as protests against U.S. bases in Okinawa, nuclear power and by those they deem to be “anti-globalization” groups, which protest the way multinational forums like the Group of 20 summit are run or hold demonstrations against international trade agreements.
The Japan Times
· Travel restriction poses challenges for Japanese firms with international workforce  
The restriction, banning a large number of people from 111 countries with valid working visas from entering and re-entering Japan, has made it difficult for many companies to hire international workers, who are deemed key to reviving the nation’s stalled economy and resolving the labor shortage.
The Verge
· DoorDash says it is ‘prepared to provide support’ for Caviar workers arrested in NYC during curfew  
Under the City’s curfew order, food delivery workers are deemed ‘essential’ and permitted to travel to and from work and to be in public while performing their work while the curfew is in effect,” a DoorDash spokesperson says.
Malay Mail
· Jail for Singaporean with 1,500 obscene files of women, minors obtained via spy cams over 13 years  
He would then save the files of victims he deemed “attractive or acceptable” into a corresponding folder on his hard drive.