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Hello and Welcome to News and Reports on China Radio International.

In This Edition

Iran's Foreign Minister meets with International Atomic Energy Agency Director General to discuss Tehran's nuclear programme.

UN Secretary-general Ban Ki-moon's top political adviser1, Lynn Pascoe travels to Seoul for talks with the South Korean nuclear envoy2 ahead of his upcoming trip to North Korea.

Two major parties in Northern Ireland reach a power-sharing deal, ending a long search for lasting3 peace in the region.

And Toyota President offers personal apology for massive global recalls.

Hot Issue Reports

Iran FM Meets IAEA Chief

Iran's Foreign Minister has met with International Atomic Energy Agency Director General, on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference to discuss Tehran's nuclear programme.

Manouchehr Mottaki said that he had a "very good meeting" with Yukiya Amano, new chief of IAEA, on nuclear fuel swap4.

"Today I had a very good meeting with Mr. Amano. We discussed and exchanged views on a wide range of issues and the proposal that is on the table."

Mottaki said he was confident of a deal with the IAEA on shipping5 Tehran's low-enriched uranium abroad in exchange for higher-grade fuel that could be used in a civil-purpose reactor6.

He stressed that there is a political will for the swap while modalities and mechanisms7 to enrich uranium abroad still need to be clarified.

U.S. and German officials, however, remain suspicious. While noting "the door for diplomacy8 with Iran remains9 open," U.S. National Security Adviser James Jones said that Iran's "puzzling defiance10" compels Washington and its allies to a second track of increased pressure.


UN Envoy for NKorea Arrives in South for Talks

UN Secretary-general Ban Ki-moon's top political adviser, Lynn Pascoe, is in Seoul and has been meeting with the South Korean nuclear envoy ahead of his upcoming trip to North Korea.

Pascoe, the UN under-secretary-general for political affairs, met with South Korean nuclear envoy Wi Sung-lac to discuss the relationship between the UN and South Korea and his upcoming visit to Pyongyang.

"Well, we had an excellent discussion as always we would about the things with the ROK and UN in various issues. And we also talked some about the trip and what's going on, and we talked about things we may be doing together in the future."

Pascoe said that the entire range of issues would be discussed while he is in North Korea from February 9th through 12th, including North Korea's nuclear capabilities11 and its return to the six-party talks.

North Korea, which has tested an atomic bomb, walked away from the international disarmament talks last year.

The other participants, China, the US, Japan, South Korea and Russia, have been trying to get the talks back on track.

Pyongyang has pushed Washington for a peace treaty to formally end the Korean War and a lifting of sanctions first.

The United States, however, insists that no discussion about political or economic sanctions can take place before the disarmament talks resume.


Deal Reached over Justice, Policing in Northern Ireland

The two biggest parties in Northern Ireland have reached a power-sharing deal on devolution of policing and justice power from London, signaling an end to a long search for lasting peace in the region.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that Northern Ireland will take over its own policing and justice powers on Apr. 12.

"We are closing the last chapter of a long and troubled story and we are opening a new chapter for Northern Ireland. Let it be said of times to come, that after decades of violence, years of talks, weeks of stalemate, this is the day we have secured the future, a lasting peace, power being where it should be, in the hands of the people of Northern Ireland, the strongest answer to those who would bring violence back to our streets, and today's agreement is the opportunity for a fresh start."

The deal came after two weeks of negotiations12 between the Democratic Unionist Party and the Republican Sinn Fein, ending a threatened collapse13 of the government in which the two parties share power.

 

G7 Finance Ministers Meet on Global Economic Stability

Finance ministers from the group of seven most industrialized countries have ended their meeting in Canada to discuss cooperation on global economic and financial stability and balanced development.

Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty, the chair of the meetings, said the major concern of the discussions is economic recovery and financial stability.

"There are differences of action that have occurred between several countries, with respect to that issue and I hope we'll make some progress in our informal discussions on the issue. I mean we're all agreed that there needs to be some protection of the public with respect to failures of the systemically important institutions."

Flaherty said that the G7 cannot play the leading role it once did, but it will continue to evolve in an ever-changing world while contributing, through frank and open discussion, to a more stable and prosperous world for all.

 

NATO Chief Says Situation in Afghanistan is Improving

NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen says the situation in Afghanistan is improving after a difficult year.

Rasmussen was speaking during a two-day NATO meeting in Istanbul, Turkey, about the war in Afghanistan."Tens of thousands of additional forces are now deploying14 to Afghanistan. The Afghan security forces are growing in number and capability15. The NATO training mission in Afghanistan is now up and running. And transition to Afghan lead will begin this year."

Rasmussen also praised the 36 countries that offered to send more troops.

The international forces will exceed 140,000 troops when the 30,000 new U.S. troops and 10,000 allied16 reinforcements are deployed17 this year.

Major world powers decided18 last week to boost Afghanistan's military to 171,600 by October 2011, up from the current 98,000 troops.

Meanwhile,a motorcycle bomb struck a crowd watching a dog fight on Friday in southern Afghanistan, killing19 at least three people and wounding more than two dozen others.

The blast on the outskirts20 of Lashkar Gah, capital of Helmand province, came as NATO and Afghan forces are preparing to launch a major offensive against the Taliban in the area.

The explosives-packed motorcycle was parked near the dog fight, according to the deputy provincial21 police chief.

Dog fighting was forbidden under the Taliban regime but has emerged as a popular pastime in many parts of Afghanistan after the hard-line Islamist movement was ousted22 in 2001.

 

New Bomb Attack Injures 7 Civilians23 in Pakistan

A bomb attached to a motorcycle has hit a security convoy24 passed through a busy area in Pakistan's southwestern city of Quetta in Baluchistan province, wounding seven civilians.

No one claimed responsibility, but authorities have blamed Baluch nationalists for previous attacks aimed at security forces.

Syed Muhammad Ali Khan witnessed the bombing on Saturday.

"I saw one motorbike was standing26 in which a bomb was planted. All of sudden the blast happened in which one of my cars was damaged and my three relatives were injured. A hotel window was also broken and a few people were also injured inside the hotel."

Nationalists in the impoverished27 southwestern province have waged a violent campaign for years to demand more autonomy and a greater share of income from the area's natural resources for its residents.

Meanwhile, thousands of minority Shiite Muslims have attended a mass funeral for those killed in a pair of bombings in Pakistan's largest city of Karachi.

At least 31 people died and 170 others were wounded on Friday when suspected Sunni militants28 targeted a bus carrying Shiite worshippers and then attacked a major hospital treating victims of the first bomb.

Allama Mirza Yusuf Husain is one of the mourners.

"They are the anti-country elements, who are also the enemies of Islam, and they are committing such heinous29 crimes. They are not entitled to be called human beings. They are wolves and beasts in the guise30 of humans."

Friday's blasts coincided with Arbaeen, the final day of the annual 40-day mourning period for Husayn bin25 Ali, the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad.

Witnesses said about 7,000 mourners attended the funeral.

Karachi has a history of religious violence between Shiite and Sunni Muslims, and the city has been tense in recent weeks due to clashes between rival political parties that have left dozens dead.

Ten U.S. Missionaries31 Face Charges of Child Kidnapping in Haiti

Ten American missionaries accused of trying to take three dozen children out of Haiti without permission have appeared at a closed hearing in the capital Port-au-Prince.

Jean-Louise Martine is Chief of Staff of the Haitian Judiciary Department.

"They are waiting here to receive further instructions. The judge will meet with them here and question them."

A lawyer for the 10 missionaries told reporters he would ask the judge to grant them "provisional release," a type of bail32 without money posted until their trial, the date of which has not yet been set.

The investigating judge charged the Americans on Thursday with kidnapping for trying to take 33 children across the border into the Dominican Republic on January 29th without documentation.

Each of the Americans was charged with one count of kidnapping, which carries a sentence of five to 15 years in prison, and one of criminal association, punishable by three to nine years.

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton told reporters in Washington on Friday that she would let the Haitian judicial33 system decide.

"We are providing consular34 services; we have full access to them. The American ambassador is speaking with his counterparts in the Haitian government. Obviously, this is a matter for the Haitian judicial system. We are going to continue to provide support."

The Baptist group, most of whose members are from two Idaho churches, says it was rescuing abandoned children and orphans35.

At least two-thirds of the children involved in the case, ranging in age from 2 to 12, have parents, although some parents say they gave them up willingly because the missionaries promised the children a better life.

 

Toyota President Offers Apology over Prius brakes problem

Toyota Motor Corporation's president says the automaker is still deciding what to do about the braking problems on its new Hybrid36 Prius.

Akio Toyoda was speaking at a hastily called news conference in Nagoya, Japan, late on Friday.

"I apologize from the bottom of my heart for all the concern that we have given to so many customers in so many countries. But believe me, Toyota's car is safe, but we're trying to (improve) our product (to make it) better.


Toyoda says his company is moving as quickly as possible with a global recall of 4.5 million vehicles, about half of which are in the United States.

Japan's transport minister Seiji Maehara says the government has learned that Toyota planned to carry out either a recall or a voluntary repair over brake problems with its Prius hybrid.

But he added the automaker has not yet informed the transport ministry37 which option it will take.

Toyoda, the grandson of Toyota's founder38, took office last year. He has been widely criticized for not coming out sooner to answer questions about the flood of quality problems that have hit Toyota.


Former President Says Ukraine's Political Situation is Unpredictable

Ukraine's former president says while the country's situation is unpredictable as a presidential election approaches on Sunday, there is no threat of a revolution like the one in 2004 that brought the current leaders to power.

Leonid Kuchma says Ukrainians are disappointed with outgoing President Viktor Yushchenko and Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, who together led the Orange protests six years ago.

"There is no threat of a revolution, no doubt about this, despite the loud declarations by Yulia Vladimirovna Tymoshenko. She has the right to declare this. Of course, she doesn't want to lose power, but she is aware of the prevailing39 public opinion."

Russia-friendly opposition40 leader Viktor Yanukovych is facing off against Tymoshenko in Sunday's vote.


Kiev authorities said on Friday they had received a permit application from Yanukovych supporters for a rally of up to 50,000 people around the city the day after the vote.

Tymoshenko accused Yanukovych on Thursday of plotting to steal the vote and pledged to stage mass street protests in a replay of the 2004 Orange demonstrations41.

Tymoshenko helped lead the Orange revolt, which rallied hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians demanding economic and political reform.

 

Competition Turns White-hot Before Ukrainian Presidential Run-off

The competition has turned white-hot between Ukrainian presidential hopeful Viktor Yanukovych and his bitter rival Yulia Tymoshenko two days before the presidential election runoff vote.

Friday was the last day the presidential candidates were allowed to campaign and make speeches.

During the taping of a local television talk-show debate, Yanukovych promised to lay his opponent's legacy42 to rest.

"I've traveled across Ukraine several times over (to) practically all of its regions, and I sense the mood of the people, and people want change. People came to vote with this mood during the first round. More than 70 percent of voters favored change, and I don't think anything will change in the runoff."

If Yanukovych wins, it will be an impressive reversal of fortune.

His Kremlin-backed election as president five years ago triggered the mass Orange protests, and his win was thrown out on grounds of fraud.


Tymoshenko, the prime minister, has accused Yanukovych of once again plotting to steal the vote and has vowed43 to mobilize her army of supporters to stop him.

"What we all need is the confidence that no one will change our choice, no one will be able to falsify or diminish it. What matters most is what kind of country we want to build, and when we talk about the two possible roads, we should focus on the main principle on which democracy rests: the right of a people to freely choose the government in their own country."

Yanukovych won 35 percent of the vote to Tymoshenko's 25 percent in the first round of voting last month.

Tymoshenko is expected to close at least some of the gap by picking up votes splintered among candidates in the first round.


Snow Paralyzes US Capital

A blizzard44 battered45 the US capital of Washington and mid-Atlantic states on Saturday, with emergency crews struggling to keep pace with the heavy, wet snow that piled up on roadways, toppled trees and left thousands without electricity.

A record 75 centimeters or more was predicted for Washington, where heavy, wet snow and strong winds threatened to clog46 roads and paralyze the region's transportation and commerce.

Airlines cancelled flights, schools closed and the federal government sent workers home, where they could be stuck for several days in a region ill-equipped to deal with so much snow.

"I have to change the time I'm traveling, and I have to go today instead of Monday because of the expected snow storm."

"I actually changed my flight, because the one to Philly (Philadelphia) just keeps being cancelled, so I just changed. I am not going anywhere, I am going back home."

Before the heavy snow started falling, shoppers jammed aisles47 and emptied stores of milk, bread and shovels48.

Across the region, transportation officials were deploying thousands of trucks and had hundreds of thousands of tons of salt at the ready.

The storm comes less than two months after a December 19th storm dumped more than 40 centimeters of snow on Washington.


Newspaper Picks

China Daily: Chinese Universities Should Be Granted Autonomy

Premier49 Wen Jiabao has said good universities in China must be unique and independent and have the right to preside over their own affairs.

Wen is seeking opinions from the academic circle for a work report that he will present at the annual session of the National People's Congress early next month.

In reality, the government runs most universities the way it governs various departments under its auspices50. Most university presidents and deans of various departments are from the upper echelons51 of government and enjoy a wide range of benefits. Some universities they run are very utilitarian52, and everything they do is linked with money.

An editorial in China Daily addresses the reasons why some university presidents show little or no concern for whether their academic environments are good enough for professors and students to really delve53 into what they are teaching and learning.

The editorial says it is no wonder then that academic scandals have been emerging one after another. There is also the increasingly prosperous business of selling dissertations54 or having them published for those who need diplomas, degree certifications or promotions55.

The editorial emphasizes that Wen is greatly concerned about these academic problems and says it is right for universities to be autonomous56 and manage their own affairs such as enrolling57 students and hiring or dismissing professors.

But much needs to be done before universities are granted autonomy. University presidents should be elected from among professors rather than nominated by higher education authorities. Both professors and students should have the right to decide whether their presidents should stay or go.

The editorial concludes that autonomy can only be granted when a system is in place to ensure that it will be employed to improve a university's quality.

 


Beijing Times: Universities Should Not Link Salaries with Workloads58

Our next topic today also concerns education.

A few professors at Peking University's Law School have been up in arms about a new salary distribution system in which their salaries will be determined59 by the number of classes they teach and articles they publish in academic journals.

The professors fear that such a system may force them and others to focus solely60 on work quantity rather than quality.

An editorial in the Beijing Times agrees with the professors, saying there has long been an outcry over universities that link salaries with workloads. It also says decisions by university leaders always backfire, and the salary issue is just one such case.

The editorial argues that university leaders tend to measure improvements in academic quality by dramatic increases in the number of articles that professors publish in renowned61 academic journals, while the public measures it by enhanced academic value and contributions to research work.


When it comes to university internationalization, school officials believe they should hire more Chinese scholars who have returned from overseas, while the public believes the schools should strive to be on same level as world-renowned universities.

The editorial concludes by saying that to help universities make the right decisions in educational reform, more voices should be heard from average teachers and the general public.


0207 weather for 07:00

Beijing will be overcast62 today with a high of 0 degrees celcius, tonight will also be overcast with a low of -5

Shanghai will have drizzle63 today with a high of 13, tonight will be cloudy with a low of 9

Some cities around the world.

New York clear, 1

Houston,overcast , 16

Washington sunny, 1

London foggy, 6

Berlin, foggy -3

Mombasa, sunny, 33.

Johannesburg clear,27

Jakarta, thundershowers, 32

Singapore, thundershowers, 32

Finally in Islamabad, it is going to rain with a high of 19


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1 adviser HznziU     
n.劝告者,顾问
参考例句:
  • They employed me as an adviser.他们聘请我当顾问。
  • Our department has engaged a foreign teacher as phonetic adviser.我们系已经聘请了一位外籍老师作为语音顾问。
2 envoy xoLx7     
n.使节,使者,代表,公使
参考例句:
  • Their envoy showed no sign of responding to our proposals.他们的代表对我方的提议毫无回应的迹象。
  • The government has not yet appointed an envoy to the area.政府尚未向这一地区派过外交官。
3 lasting IpCz02     
adj.永久的,永恒的;vbl.持续,维持
参考例句:
  • The lasting war debased the value of the dollar.持久的战争使美元贬值。
  • We hope for a lasting settlement of all these troubles.我们希望这些纠纷能获得永久的解决。
4 swap crnwE     
n.交换;vt.交换,用...作交易
参考例句:
  • I will swap you my bicycle for your radio.我想拿我的自行车换你的收音机。
  • This comic was a swap that I got from Nick.这本漫画书是我从尼克那里换来的。
5 shipping WESyg     
n.船运(发货,运输,乘船)
参考例句:
  • We struck a bargain with an American shipping firm.我们和一家美国船运公司谈成了一笔生意。
  • There's a shipping charge of £5 added to the price.价格之外另加五英镑运输费。
6 reactor jTnxL     
n.反应器;反应堆
参考例句:
  • The atomic reactor generates enormous amounts of thermal energy.原子反应堆发出大量的热能。
  • Inside the reactor the large molecules are cracked into smaller molecules.在反应堆里,大分子裂变为小分子。
7 mechanisms d0db71d70348ef1c49f05f59097917b8     
n.机械( mechanism的名词复数 );机械装置;[生物学] 机制;机械作用
参考例句:
  • The research will provide direct insight into molecular mechanisms. 这项研究将使人能够直接地了解分子的机理。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • He explained how the two mechanisms worked. 他解释这两台机械装置是如何工作的。 来自《简明英汉词典》
8 diplomacy gu9xk     
n.外交;外交手腕,交际手腕
参考例句:
  • The talks have now gone into a stage of quiet diplomacy.会谈现在已经进入了“温和外交”阶段。
  • This was done through the skill in diplomacy. 这是通过外交手腕才做到的。
9 remains 1kMzTy     
n.剩余物,残留物;遗体,遗迹
参考例句:
  • He ate the remains of food hungrily.他狼吞虎咽地吃剩余的食物。
  • The remains of the meal were fed to the dog.残羹剩饭喂狗了。
10 defiance RmSzx     
n.挑战,挑衅,蔑视,违抗
参考例句:
  • He climbed the ladder in defiance of the warning.他无视警告爬上了那架梯子。
  • He slammed the door in a spirit of defiance.他以挑衅性的态度把门砰地一下关上。
11 capabilities f7b11037f2050959293aafb493b7653c     
n.能力( capability的名词复数 );可能;容量;[复数]潜在能力
参考例句:
  • He was somewhat pompous and had a high opinion of his own capabilities. 他有点自大,自视甚高。 来自辞典例句
  • Some programmers use tabs to break complex product capabilities into smaller chunks. 一些程序员认为,标签可以将复杂的功能分为每个窗格一组简单的功能。 来自About Face 3交互设计精髓
12 negotiations af4b5f3e98e178dd3c4bac64b625ecd0     
协商( negotiation的名词复数 ); 谈判; 完成(难事); 通过
参考例句:
  • negotiations for a durable peace 为持久和平而进行的谈判
  • Negotiations have failed to establish any middle ground. 谈判未能达成任何妥协。
13 collapse aWvyE     
vi.累倒;昏倒;倒塌;塌陷
参考例句:
  • The country's economy is on the verge of collapse.国家的经济已到了崩溃的边缘。
  • The engineer made a complete diagnosis of the bridge's collapse.工程师对桥的倒塌做了一次彻底的调查分析。
14 deploying 79c9e662a7f3c3d49ecc43f559de9424     
(尤指军事行动)使展开( deploy的现在分词 ); 施展; 部署; 有效地利用
参考例句:
  • Provides support for developing and deploying distributed, component-based applications. 为开发和部署基于组件的分布式应用程序提供支持。
  • Advertisement, publishing, repair, and install-on-demand are all available when deploying your application. 在部署应用程序时提供公布、发布、修复和即需即装功能。
15 capability JsGzZ     
n.能力;才能;(pl)可发展的能力或特性等
参考例句:
  • She has the capability to become a very fine actress.她有潜力成为杰出演员。
  • Organizing a whole department is beyond his capability.组织整个部门是他能力以外的事。
16 allied iLtys     
adj.协约国的;同盟国的
参考例句:
  • Britain was allied with the United States many times in history.历史上英国曾多次与美国结盟。
  • Allied forces sustained heavy losses in the first few weeks of the campaign.同盟国在最初几周内遭受了巨大的损失。
17 deployed 4ceaf19fb3d0a70e329fcd3777bb05ea     
(尤指军事行动)使展开( deploy的过去式和过去分词 ); 施展; 部署; 有效地利用
参考例句:
  • Tanks have been deployed all along the front line. 沿整个前线已部署了坦克。
  • The artillery was deployed to bear on the fort. 火炮是对着那个碉堡部署的。
18 decided lvqzZd     
adj.决定了的,坚决的;明显的,明确的
参考例句:
  • This gave them a decided advantage over their opponents.这使他们比对手具有明显的优势。
  • There is a decided difference between British and Chinese way of greeting.英国人和中国人打招呼的方式有很明显的区别。
19 killing kpBziQ     
n.巨额利润;突然赚大钱,发大财
参考例句:
  • Investors are set to make a killing from the sell-off.投资者准备清仓以便大赚一笔。
  • Last week my brother made a killing on Wall Street.上个周我兄弟在华尔街赚了一大笔。
20 outskirts gmDz7W     
n.郊外,郊区
参考例句:
  • Our car broke down on the outskirts of the city.我们的汽车在市郊出了故障。
  • They mostly live on the outskirts of a town.他们大多住在近郊。
21 provincial Nt8ye     
adj.省的,地方的;n.外省人,乡下人
参考例句:
  • City dwellers think country folk have provincial attitudes.城里人以为乡下人思想迂腐。
  • Two leading cadres came down from the provincial capital yesterday.昨天从省里下来了两位领导干部。
22 ousted 1c8f4f95f3bcc86657d7ec7543491ed6     
驱逐( oust的过去式和过去分词 ); 革职; 罢黜; 剥夺
参考例句:
  • He was ousted as chairman. 他的主席职务被革除了。
  • He may be ousted by a military takeover. 他可能在一场军事接管中被赶下台。
23 civilians 2a8bdc87d05da507ff4534c9c974b785     
平民,百姓( civilian的名词复数 ); 老百姓
参考例句:
  • the bloody massacre of innocent civilians 对无辜平民的血腥屠杀
  • At least 300 civilians are unaccounted for after the bombing raids. 遭轰炸袭击之后,至少有300名平民下落不明。
24 convoy do6zu     
vt.护送,护卫,护航;n.护送;护送队
参考例句:
  • The convoy was snowed up on the main road.护送队被大雪困在干路上了。
  • Warships will accompany the convoy across the Atlantic.战舰将护送该船队过大西洋。
25 bin yR2yz     
n.箱柜;vt.放入箱内;[计算机] DOS文件名:二进制目标文件
参考例句:
  • He emptied several bags of rice into a bin.他把几袋米倒进大箱里。
  • He threw the empty bottles in the bin.他把空瓶子扔进垃圾箱。
26 standing 2hCzgo     
n.持续,地位;adj.永久的,不动的,直立的,不流动的
参考例句:
  • After the earthquake only a few houses were left standing.地震过后只有几幢房屋还立着。
  • They're standing out against any change in the law.他们坚决反对对法律做任何修改。
27 impoverished 1qnzcL     
adj.穷困的,无力的,用尽了的v.使(某人)贫穷( impoverish的过去式和过去分词 );使(某物)贫瘠或恶化
参考例句:
  • the impoverished areas of the city 这个城市的贫民区
  • They were impoverished by a prolonged spell of unemployment. 他们因长期失业而一贫如洗。 来自《简明英汉词典》
28 militants 3fa50c1e4338320d8495907fdc5bdbaf     
激进分子,好斗分子( militant的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • The militants have been sporadically fighting the government for years. 几年来,反叛分子一直对政府实施零星的战斗。
  • Despite the onslaught, Palestinian militants managed to fire off rockets. 尽管如此,巴勒斯坦的激进分子仍然发射导弹。
29 heinous 6QrzC     
adj.可憎的,十恶不赦的
参考例句:
  • They admitted to the most heinous crimes.他们承认了极其恶劣的罪行。
  • I do not want to meet that heinous person.我不想见那个十恶不赦的人。
30 guise JeizL     
n.外表,伪装的姿态
参考例句:
  • They got into the school in the guise of inspectors.他们假装成视察员进了学校。
  • The thief came into the house under the guise of a repairman.那小偷扮成个修理匠进了屋子。
31 missionaries 478afcff2b692239c9647b106f4631ba     
n.传教士( missionary的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • Some missionaries came from England in the Qing Dynasty. 清朝时,从英国来了一些传教士。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • The missionaries rebuked the natives for worshipping images. 传教士指责当地人崇拜偶像。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
32 bail Aupz4     
v.舀(水),保释;n.保证金,保释,保释人
参考例句:
  • One of the prisoner's friends offered to bail him out.犯人的一个朋友答应保释他出来。
  • She has been granted conditional bail.她被准予有条件保释。
33 judicial c3fxD     
adj.司法的,法庭的,审判的,明断的,公正的
参考例句:
  • He is a man with a judicial mind.他是个公正的人。
  • Tom takes judicial proceedings against his father.汤姆对他的父亲正式提出诉讼。
34 consular tZMyq     
a.领事的
参考例句:
  • He has rounded out twenty years in the consular service. 他在领事馆工作已整整20年了。
  • Consular invoices are declarations made at the consulate of the importing country. 领事发票是进口国领事馆签发的一种申报书。
35 orphans edf841312acedba480123c467e505b2a     
孤儿( orphan的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • The poor orphans were kept on short commons. 贫苦的孤儿们吃不饱饭。
  • Their uncle was declared guardian to the orphans. 这些孤儿的叔父成为他们的监护人。
36 hybrid pcBzu     
n.(动,植)杂种,混合物
参考例句:
  • That is a hybrid perpetual rose.那是一株杂交的四季开花的蔷薇。
  • The hybrid was tall,handsome,and intelligent.那混血儿高大、英俊、又聪明。
37 ministry kD5x2     
n.(政府的)部;牧师
参考例句:
  • They sent a deputation to the ministry to complain.他们派了一个代表团到部里投诉。
  • We probed the Air Ministry statements.我们调查了空军部的记录。
38 Founder wigxF     
n.创始者,缔造者
参考例句:
  • He was extolled as the founder of their Florentine school.他被称颂为佛罗伦萨画派的鼻祖。
  • According to the old tradition,Romulus was the founder of Rome.按照古老的传说,罗穆卢斯是古罗马的建国者。
39 prevailing E1ozF     
adj.盛行的;占优势的;主要的
参考例句:
  • She wears a fashionable hair style prevailing in the city.她的发型是这个城市流行的款式。
  • This reflects attitudes and values prevailing in society.这反映了社会上盛行的态度和价值观。
40 opposition eIUxU     
n.反对,敌对
参考例句:
  • The party leader is facing opposition in his own backyard.该党领袖在自己的党內遇到了反对。
  • The police tried to break down the prisoner's opposition.警察设法制住了那个囚犯的反抗。
41 demonstrations 0922be6a2a3be4bdbebd28c620ab8f2d     
证明( demonstration的名词复数 ); 表明; 表达; 游行示威
参考例句:
  • Lectures will be interspersed with practical demonstrations. 讲课中将不时插入实际示范。
  • The new military government has banned strikes and demonstrations. 新的军人政府禁止罢工和示威活动。
42 legacy 59YzD     
n.遗产,遗赠;先人(或过去)留下的东西
参考例句:
  • They are the most precious cultural legacy our forefathers left.它们是我们祖先留下来的最宝贵的文化遗产。
  • He thinks the legacy is a gift from the Gods.他认为这笔遗产是天赐之物。
43 vowed 6996270667378281d2f9ee561353c089     
起誓,发誓(vow的过去式与过去分词形式)
参考例句:
  • He vowed quite solemnly that he would carry out his promise. 他非常庄严地发誓要实现他的诺言。
  • I vowed to do more of the cooking myself. 我发誓自己要多动手做饭。
44 blizzard 0Rgyc     
n.暴风雪
参考例句:
  • The blizzard struck while we were still on the mountain.我们还在山上的时候暴风雪就袭来了。
  • You'll have to stay here until the blizzard blows itself off.你得等暴风雪停了再走。
45 battered NyezEM     
adj.磨损的;v.连续猛击;磨损
参考例句:
  • He drove up in a battered old car.他开着一辆又老又破的旧车。
  • The world was brutally battered but it survived.这个世界遭受了惨重的创伤,但它还是生存下来了。
46 clog 6qzz8     
vt.塞满,阻塞;n.[常pl.]木屐
参考例句:
  • In cotton and wool processing,short length fibers may clog sewers.在棉毛生产中,短纤维可能堵塞下水管道。
  • These streets often clog during the rush hour.这几条大街在交通高峰时间常常发生交通堵塞。
47 aisles aisles     
n. (席位间的)通道, 侧廊
参考例句:
  • Aisles were added to the original Saxon building in the Norman period. 在诺曼时期,原来的萨克森风格的建筑物都增添了走廊。
  • They walked about the Abbey aisles, and presently sat down. 他们走到大教堂的走廊附近,并且很快就坐了下来。
48 shovels ff43a4c7395f1d0c2d5931bbb7a97da6     
n.铲子( shovel的名词复数 );锹;推土机、挖土机等的)铲;铲形部份v.铲子( shovel的第三人称单数 );锹;推土机、挖土机等的)铲;铲形部份
参考例句:
  • workmen with picks and shovels 手拿镐铲的工人
  • In the spring, we plunge shovels into the garden plot, turn under the dark compost. 春天,我们用铁锨翻开园子里黑油油的沃土。 来自辞典例句
49 premier R19z3     
adj.首要的;n.总理,首相
参考例句:
  • The Irish Premier is paying an official visit to Britain.爱尔兰总理正在对英国进行正式访问。
  • He requested that the premier grant him an internview.他要求那位总理接见他一次。
50 auspices do0yG     
n.资助,赞助
参考例句:
  • The association is under the auspices of Word Bank.这个组织是在世界银行的赞助下办的。
  • The examination was held under the auspices of the government.这次考试是由政府主办的。
51 echelons 8c417a0cc95d6d9e9c600428a3144f86     
n.(机构中的)等级,阶层( echelon的名词复数 );(军舰、士兵、飞机等的)梯形编队
参考例句:
  • Officers were drawn largely from the top echelons of society. 这些官员大都来自社会上层。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Except in the higher echelons, extensive classification has no place in the classification of vegetation. 除高阶类级之外,外延分类在植物分类中还是没有地位的。 来自辞典例句
52 utilitarian THVy9     
adj.实用的,功利的
参考例句:
  • On the utilitarian side American education has outstridden the rest of the world.在实用方面美国教育已超越世界各国。
  • A good cloth coat is more utilitarian than a fur one.一件优质的布外衣要比一件毛皮外衣更有用。
53 delve Mm5zj     
v.深入探究,钻研
参考例句:
  • We should not delve too deeply into this painful matter.我们不应该过分深究这件痛苦的事。
  • We need to delve more deeply into these questions.这些是我们想进一步了解的。
54 dissertations a585dc7bb0cfda3e7058ba0c29a30402     
专题论文,学位论文( dissertation的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • We spend the final term writing our dissertations. 我们用最后一个学期的时间写论文。
  • The professors are deliberating over the post graduates dissertations. 教授们正在商讨研究生的论文。
55 promotions ea6aeb050f871384f25fba9c869cfe21     
促进( promotion的名词复数 ); 提升; 推广; 宣传
参考例句:
  • All services or promotions must have an appeal and wide application. 所有服务或促销工作都必须具有吸引力和广泛的适用性。
  • He promptly directed the highest promotions and decorations for General MacArthur. 他授予麦克阿瑟将军以最高的官阶和勋奖。
56 autonomous DPyyv     
adj.自治的;独立的
参考例句:
  • They proudly declared themselves part of a new autonomous province.他们自豪地宣布成为新自治省的一部分。
  • This is a matter that comes within the jurisdiction of the autonomous region.这件事是属于自治区权限以内的事务。
57 enrolling be8b886d0a6622fbb0e477f03e170149     
v.招收( enrol的现在分词 );吸收;入学;加入;[亦作enrol]( enroll的现在分词 );登记,招收,使入伍(或入会、入学等),参加,成为成员;记入名册;卷起,包起
参考例句:
  • They lashed out at the university enrolling system. 他们猛烈抨击大学的招生制度。 来自辞典例句
  • You're enrolling in a country club, Billy. 你是注册加入乡村俱乐部了,比利。 来自辞典例句
58 workloads 958b02c400c047232a859dc7d17c9c99     
(某一人或组织)工作量,工作负担( workload的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • Project management software can provide such visibility into everyone's skills and workloads. 项目管理软件可以提供这样的能见度到每个人的技能和工作量。
  • Doctors have complained of heavy workloads. 医生投诉工作越来越繁重。
59 determined duszmP     
adj.坚定的;有决心的
参考例句:
  • I have determined on going to Tibet after graduation.我已决定毕业后去西藏。
  • He determined to view the rooms behind the office.他决定查看一下办公室后面的房间。
60 solely FwGwe     
adv.仅仅,唯一地
参考例句:
  • Success should not be measured solely by educational achievement.成功与否不应只用学业成绩来衡量。
  • The town depends almost solely on the tourist trade.这座城市几乎完全靠旅游业维持。
61 renowned okSzVe     
adj.著名的,有名望的,声誉鹊起的
参考例句:
  • He is one of the world's renowned writers.他是世界上知名的作家之一。
  • She is renowned for her advocacy of human rights.她以提倡人权而闻名。
62 overcast cJ2xV     
adj.阴天的,阴暗的,愁闷的;v.遮盖,(使)变暗,包边缝;n.覆盖,阴天
参考例句:
  • The overcast and rainy weather found out his arthritis.阴雨天使他的关节炎发作了。
  • The sky is overcast with dark clouds.乌云满天。
63 drizzle Mrdxn     
v.下毛毛雨;n.毛毛雨,蒙蒙细雨
参考例句:
  • The shower tailed off into a drizzle.阵雨越来越小,最后变成了毛毛雨。
  • Yesterday the radio forecast drizzle,and today it is indeed raining.昨天预报有小雨,今天果然下起来了。
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