ニュースの中での Stroll

出版物および例文

The New York Times
· Minneapolis, Hong Kong, Lady Gaga: Your Friday Evening Briefing  
Our architecture critic Michael Kimmelman takes a virtual stroll of the area’s parks, art and landmarks, like the Oculus, above, with an architect and longtime resident of the neighborhood.
The New York Times
· Your Short Film of the Day  
As he strolls, other stories play out: his sister is hanging on a boyfriend in good weather and tearfully arguing with him a few seasons later.
The New York Times
· Take a Virtual Tour of the Financial District and the Battery  
Ms. Weisz suggested a virtual stroll around some public spaces and streets in her neighborhood like Zuccotti Park and The Battery.
The China Post
· Danes reopen borders to 3 countries, with strings attached  
“Visits, strolls in the capital is ok but not overnight stays,” Health Minister Magnus Heunicke said.
The Guardian
· The best of a bad situation: this week's Covid-19 silver linings  
Three-minute stroll.
The China Post
· 跳島玩透透 世界15大自然奇景「魔幻螢光海」就在馬祖 | Island-hopping among natural wonders — Matsu Islands’ magical fluorescent sea  
In the evening, head to Nangan’s Jinsha tribe to stroll on the beach and enjoy the most beautiful sunsets, sweeping away any worries or dust left from urban life.
The Independent
· Tales of the river bed: A strange Saturday night on the banks of the Thames  
I decided to take a stroll on the river: not quite walking on water, but the next best thing, and crept down some steps to what remained of the Thames.
Yonhap News
· Struggling slugger shows signs of life in victory  
He's drawing walks at a career-high pace, though detractors may argue that Choi isn't being paid 1.2 billion won per season (US$970,995) to stroll to first base a few times a game and that he should be hitting with more power.
The New York Times
· ‘I Will Make You Mine’ Review: Three Times a Lady  
Everyone is inoffensively nice, especially Goh Nakamura (himself), an ultra-mellow, almost phlegmatic singer-songwriter who strolls back into Los Angeles to attend a funeral.
The Economist
· Lonely planet: What awaits tourists when they re-emerge from lockdown?  
“Once you get into the terminal, you’ll scan your passport, have an image of your face taken, drop your bags,” and then stroll through checkpoints as cameras use facial recognition to open gates.