|attempt to seize||押収しよう|
|attempted to seize||押収しようとした|
|seize the throne||玉座をつかむ|
· Trump threatens to send the US military to quash protests →
But if he wants them to be able to search, seize assets, and arrest protesters and people who are looting, there are a few legalistic hoops he’ll have to jump through first.
The New York Times
· Joe Biden Listens to Anguish at a Black Church in Delaware →
But, occurring as it has during a pandemic that has shut down in-person campaign events, it is a uniquely difficult moment to seize.
· A Greatest-Hits of Graduation Advice From 19 Experts →
I hope that some of you will seize that feeling and lead a public-health revolt,” said Monica Schoch-Spana, a medical anthropologist at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security.
· Omnicom Group Positioned To Thrive, Not Just Survive →
Once businesses get beyond immediate cash concerns, firms will seize the opportunity to market and advertise to consumers with pent up demand.
· Eurodollar Futures At Risk →
If CME misses the boat, somebody else will doubtless seize the vacant throne.
The New York Times
· Can 8 Million Daily Riders Be Lured Back to N.Y. Mass Transit? →
“We should seize this moment.
· Libya: At least five civilians killed in Tripoli rocket attack →
Haftar, who controls much of eastern and southern Libya, launched an offensive in April last year to seize control of the capital, where the GNA is based.
The China Post
· Taiwan Film Festival’s foreign flicks poised to blow your mind →
A meticulous curation that is guaranteed to seize your attention.
The Japan Times
· As protests grip U.S., Trump invokes law and order to shift focus from pandemic →
But in choosing to seize on calm the political and racial divisions inflamed by the death of an unarmed black man in Minneapolis police custody last week, the president risks alienating those U.S. voters looking for a leader who will console and unify.
· Push to keep THAI in the sky →
The creditors are not out to seize the airline's business.