|dismiss the case||ケースを却下する|
|motion to dismiss||却下する動議|
· Job cuts in US: New wave of layoffs feared as coronavirus pain deepens →
But this was dismissed by many who argued these backlogs should have been eliminated by now.
The Japan Times
· Canadian court rules against Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou fighting extradition →
Meng’s application is therefore dismissed,” she added.
· Walk this way! How to optimise your stride and focus your mind to get the most from your daily stroll →
As a form of physical activity, it is easy to dismiss walking as, well, pedestrian.
· How the free press worldwide is under threat →
It is easy to dismiss concerns about press freedom as relevant only to countries led by repressive, unelected regimes.
The China Post
· House casts proxy votes in pandemic, Republicans have doubts →
Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of the law school at the University of California, Berkeley, expects the suit to be dismissed.
· Protests, looting erupt in Minneapolis over racially charged killing by police →
The policeman and three fellow officers who participated in Floyd's apprehension were dismissed from the police department on Tuesday as the FBI opened an investigation into the incident.
The New York Times
· Your Thursday Briefing →
Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain went to the mat again for Dominic Cummings, signaling to lawmakers that he had no plans to dismiss the adviser for breaching the country’s rules by driving 260 miles to his parents’ house during the coronavirus lockdown.
The Japan Times
· Experts who helped keep Japan’s COVID-19 death toll low say masks helped →
While face-coverings have sparked angry confrontations in some parts of the world and were initially dismissed as ineffective by the World Health Organization, they have long been part of everyday life in Japan.