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News & Reports 2010-08-28

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

In This Edition

China's top nuclear envoy1 meets South Korean officials in Seoul to continue discussions about the potential the resumption of six-party talks.

China's top legislature, the National People's Congress, proposes a quick launch of reforms in income distribution to curb2 the widening wealth gap in the country.

Hundreds of thousands people in the southern part of Pakistan have now been ordered to evacuate3 their homes as surging floodwaters are posing new threats to several cities.

And a recent attack on a taxi driver in New York City reignites concern over a proposed Islamic centre near Ground Zero.


Hot Issue Reports

China Nuclear envoy continues visit aimed at reviving six-party talks

China's top nuclear envoy has now met with South Korean officials in Seoul to continue discussions about the potential the resumption of six-party talks.

Wu Dawei has told South Korea's First Vice4 Foreign Minister Shin Gak-soo that China wants the six-party talks to resume "as soon as possible."

"China and South Korea, each of us have our own thoughts on details. We are willing to closely communicate and arbitrate with the South Korean side."

North Korea pulled out of the talks last year in protest against international condemnation5 of a long-range rocket launch by the North.

Prospects6 for restarting the talks were further put into doubt after a South Korea-led international investigation7 in May blamed North Korea for torpedoing8 a South Korean warship9 which killed 46 sailors. North Korea denies the attack.

The South Korean government has maintained a firm stance that North Korea must take "responsible action" on the sinking before restarting the nuclear talks.

Also on Korean Peninsula, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has now left Pyongyang after securing the release of a US man inprisioned in the North Korea since January.

Carter and 30-year old Aijalon Mahli Gomes, who was sentenced to 8-years in prison for illegally enterning North Korea via China, boarded a plane and left the country this afternoon after a pre-arranged agreement for his release.

During the trip, Carter also met with the President of Presidium of the North Korea Supreme10 People's Assembly, Kim Yong Nam.

According to North Korean state media, Kim Yong Nam relayed Pyongyang's interest in resuming the six-party talks to the former President, even though Carter was not travelling to Pyongyang in an official capasity.

China propose income distribution reform

China's top legislature, the National People's Congress, has now proposed a quick launch of reforms in income distribution to curb the widening wealth gap in the country.

The proposal is included in a research report on the distribution of national income completed by a committee of the NPC.

The research report proposes increasing the proportion of both residents' incomes and labor11 rewards in the nation's gross domestic product.

The proposal says the reforms should try to enlarge the middle class until it becomes the largest sector12 in society.

Anny Jiang, a senior consultant13 from Antal International, says income disparity is already a big concern for the government.

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The legislature has not released any other details of the proposed reforms.

Meanwhile, a separate report on unreported income is also bringing the income gap into the limelight.

The report claims China's average urban household income is up to 90 percent higher than official data, because gray income such as kickbacks14 and bribes15 are not included.

The figures, however, have been dismissed as unreliable by the National Bureau of Statistics.

Accident Insurance On Hot Sale After the Air Crash

In the wake of this week's deadly crash landing in Yichun which killed dozens of people, a lot of people are now talking about accident insurance, and what kind is right for people who are travelling cheaply. Liu Min has more.

Reporter:
Fourteen insurance companies are paying compensation to the insured victims of the Yichun air crash. The amount is expected to total nearly 15 million yuan, or about 2.2 million U.S. dollars.

As a result, the tragedy has roused public concern about accident insurance for air travel. Some have called several airlines to inquire about accident insurance, but they found that many call representatives had no clue about the insurance their carriers offered.

Here is a representative from Shenzhen Airline Company.

"I guess our partner is China Life Insurance Company. The fare information is attached to the air ticket, and you can check it out to see how much the insurance will cost you."

Every time an air crash occurs, sales of accident insurance tend to surge. This time has been no exception. The country's 14 insurance companies have reported that many airline passengers are buying accident insurance before their flights.

But few passengers know about their freedom of choice about different kinds of accident insurance and the companies that provide them.

"I really have no idea about how much compensation my family can receive if an accident occurs."

"I never pay special attention to which insurance company I need to use. It was attached to the airfare. Do we actually have such choices? I don't know."

Accident insurance is sometimes defaultly included in the price that air passengers pay for their tickets. It usually costs 20 yuan and offers top compensation of 400-thousand yuan, or 59-thousand U.S. dollars. But what many passengers don't know is that they still have a right to choose the insurance company they want to buy insurance from and the amount of coverage16 they want even though the airline companies usually recommend their own insurance partners.

If passengers are not satisfied with the insurance provided by an airline's partner, they are free to select another insurer at no additional cost.

Professor Wang Guojun from the Insurance Research Center at the University of International Business and Economics, says travel insurance and short-term accident insurance could be a better choice especially for frequent travelers.

"Short-term accident insurance can be obtained from local insurance agencies or their websites. The fee is much lower than buying it from airline counters at the airport, and it can cover a wider range of accidents and include other modes of transportation. For example, you could buy a one-time policy for less than a hundred yuan a year with compensation as high as a million yuan."

Short-term accident insurance is more economical for those who travel within a short period of time. For example, a 30-day travel insurance policy costs only 45 yuan and provides coverage up to 600-thousand yuan for air travel, 150-thousand yuan for travel by rail and ship, and 100-thousand yuan for car accidents. Experts suggest travelers consider buying this kind of insurance for travel during the upcoming Mid-Autumn and National Day festivals.

But such short-term policies do not cover high-risk activities such as bungee jumping, rock climbing and scuba17 diving. They also do not include coverage for acts of war, riots, nuclear explosions and terrorist attacks.

For CRI, I'm Liu Min.

Tibet Airlines has ambitious plans for Europe

Tibet Airlines is only five months old, but now claims that it will be operating direct flights to Europe within five years. Our Ting Ting now on what it might take to make that happen, and what effect it may have on Tibet.

REPORTER:
Liu Yanping, general manager of Tibet airlines, believes that the routes to Europe will not only make flights cheaper and quicker, but boost the region's tourism industry.

"Now, if tourists from Europe come to Tibet, they need to transfer in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hong Kong or Nepal. Take Beijing for example. Travelers need to go an extra 5000 kilometers just to get to Lhasa. What a waste of money, time and energy! By opening direct routes to Europe, we can instantly get ride of that. "

Liu Yanping, who has worked in the civil aviation industry for 25 years, admits direct flights to and from Europe are still at the planning stage but he's confident they'll become reality.

He says as China makes Tibet a priority tourism destination, future policies to support that plan shouldn't be a problem. But he admits that the real challenge is to guarantee the safety of flights as they fly at a high altitude.

"We are building a team of skilful18 pilots and maintenance staff, to make sure our Europe route flights are as safe as possible."

Tibet Airlines is the first carrier to be based in the autonomous19 region. Founded in March this year, its main aim is to connect the region's five existing airports and improve transportation throughout the vast region.

Six domestic airlines operate flights to Tibet from 16 cities. None, however, operates flights from one Tibetan spot to another or direct routes to Europe.

Tibet Airlines will make its maiden20 flight in August next year.

For CRI, I'm Tingting, in Lhasa.

Pakistan floods update, Chinese rescue team arrives at south Pakistan

Hundreds of thousands people in the southern part of Pakistan have now been ordered to evacuate their homes as surging floodwaters are posing new threats to several cities.

Floodwaters have breached21 the embankments of the Indus River, sweeping22 into villages and swamping vast areas of farmland.

Children, as one of the most venerable groups, are now getting diarrhea and upset stomachs from drinking dirty water.

"Diseases are spreading because of the floods. The skin on children's feet is getting infected. They also have upset stomachs and gastric23 problems. All sorts of ailments24 are affecting them."

The worst floods ever in Pakistan have now killed at least 1,600 people, left 4 million homeless and have disrupted over 20 million lives.

Meantime, a 55-member Chinese rescue team arrived Friday night in Thatta, a town populating one million people in the southern Sindh Province, one of the worst flood-hit areas.

Team leader Huang Jianfa says they will first set up a field hospital.

"Our team will focus on dealing25 with infectious diseases. The field hospital can perform all basic treatments and small surgeries like other common hospitals."

The team brought with them 25 tons of medical equipment and medicine. The medicine is enough for 20 to 30 thousand people.

The Chinese government has already sent three batches26 of aid worth some 60 million yuan to Pakistan since early August, and has promised another 60 million.

Chile miners make video message

A newly-released video appears to show that 33 miners trapped deep underground in Chile are in good spirits.

The video was taken with a camera dropped down the narrow bore-hole that is the miners' lifeline to the surface.
Chile's health minister Jaime Manalich says the miners are thin but are "reasonably" healthy.

"We estimate they have lost 10 kilograms each in these days, which is a lot for that much time."
The miners have been trapped since 5 August and were only found to be alive on Sunday. It could take as long as four months to rescue the men.

A shaft27 wide enough for the men to be lifted up must be drilled about 700 meters through the earth to the section of the San Jose mine where the men are trapped.

A special exercise and recreation programme is being set up to keep the men mentally and physically28 fit during their long wait.

Meantime, the family of one of the miners is suing the mine owners and government inspectors29. They accuse the owners of the San Jose mine of safety lapses30 and officials of negligently31 allowing it to reopen in 2008 following an accident.

Amid the lawsuit32 announcement, a judge has ordered 1.8 million US dollar of the mine's assets frozen to cover possible compensation costs.

Chile's Congress is investigating the accident and President Sebastian Pinera has vowed33 to punish anyone found to be responsible for what happened.

Attack on taxi driver reignites concern over Islamic centre near Ground Zero

A Muslim taxi driver in New York, who was attacked with a knife in a suspected hate crime, has now appeared with Mayor Michael Bloomberg as city officials try to ease tensions in the debate over a plan to put a huge mosque34 just blocks away from the site of the 2001 attacks on the World Trade Centre.

The Bangladeshi driver, Ahmed Sharif, says the proposed mosque and Islamic centre north of the World Trade Centre site didn't come up in his conversation with the passenger, who allegedly used a folding knife to slash35 Sharif's neck and face after asking whether he was a Muslim.

"If this one (pointing to wound on his arm) could put it here (pointing to his neck), I'm not supposed to talk right now, I'm dead. So, when the attack came from the back, it was a shock. Still I am scared, I mean I still have a view of the knife when I close my eyes."

Speaking outside city hall, Mayor Michael Bloomberg says violence and being disrespectful to each other is not why America was formed:

"It is very sad that we are here today. This should never have happened and hopefully won't happen again. Hopefully people will understand that we can have a discourse36. That is what the First Amendment37 is all about. That is what America is all about."

Passenger Michael Enright remains38 jailed without bail39 on charges of attempted murder and assault as a hate crime, along with weapons possession.

Investigators40 are still trying to make sense of what they know about the 21-year-old visual arts student, who once volunteered with a group that promotes interfaith tolerance41 and has supported a proposal for the mosque.

Cleaner Hospitals Needed to Fight Superbugs

The issue of so-called Super Bugs42 are cropping up once again, after a new drug-resistant43 strain of infection has begun popping up in UK hospitals. To that end, CRI's Today program took on the topic. Our Dominic Swire has a recap.

REPORT
The new superbug discovered in the UK has been named NDM-1. Although other superbugs, such as MRSA, already exist, experts have warned that the new strain may be the most resistant yet, sparking fears of a future epidemic44.

"I don't think we have accurate data yet on how prevalent this mutation45 is."

Dr Betsy McCaughey is founder46 of the New York-based 'Committee to Reduce Infection Deaths'.

"There's a very narrow selection of drugs so far that seem to treat this, certainly not a broad range of commonly used antibiotics48. I think that is a major concern, that it's almost untreatable."

Most positive cases in the UK have been linked to medical tourism and undergoing hospital treatment in the Indian subcontinent. With this in mind, some have suggested screening patients before entering hospital. However, Professor Xiao Yonghong from Peking University's Institute of Clinical Pharmacology points out, this would be very difficult in a country such as China.

"Everyday we have to treat lots of patients, we don't have a chance to screen one by one. So, in China, I think we can just ask it patient has a travel history in south Asian countries."

Instead, Dr McCaughey believes the focus should be on stopping the spread of the infection through improving hospital hygiene49.

"If I could say one thing tonight that's really important to the audience, it's that we have underestimated the importance of rigorous cleaning of hospital surfaces to protect patients from this new mutation and from all the other superbugs that have been around much longer."

Professor Xiao also calls for people to use antibiotics more responsibly.

"If we reduce antibiotic47 use and use them in a more rational way, the bacteria would have less chance to develop resistance, which means the resistant bacteria will decrease gradually."

Perhaps it's a little too early to panic yet as we're still a long way from a global epidemic. So says Xu Jianguo, a medical expert at the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention.

"So far we have no evidence to say this can cause a globally infectious disease. This is different. If you talk about superbugs, people think of SARS and influenza50, but this is a different story. This is only a hospital associated infection."

However, the worry is, if global medical standards don't improve, NDM-1, or a new superbug like it, could spread round the world with little to stop it.

For CRI, I'm Dominic Swire

Double amputee wows talent show playing piano with toes

Skillful musician Liu Wei has proved to be a big hit on "China's Got Talent", a leading talent show in China, by playing the piano with his toes.

Liu's arms were amputated from the shoulders at the age 10 after he was electrocuted while playing hide-and-seek with his friends.

In his first "Got Talent" performance, he smoothly51 played "Mariage D'amour," by Richard Clayderman.

He won a standing52 ovation53 from the audience, many of whom were moved to tears.

Liu only began playing the piano in his late teens, when he decided54 that instead of attending university he would rather make music.

He uses his feet to navigate55 online, eat, dress and brush his teeth. However, he laughed when asked about the female fans his newfound fame has won him, saying he is too busy to think about getting a girlfriend.

Liu says his aim is to be recognized for his quality of his music, rather than his unusual style of playing the piano.

"Right now, everyone looks at me and says, 'Oh, Liu Wei has no arms and it's very difficult for him to play the piano.' In the future, I want them to say, 'Oh he's good.' To first notice the work is great, and then say, 'Liu Wei did it.'"

Liu is now staying in Shanghai to prepare for the next round of "China's Got Talent" show, in about a week's time, and hopes to make it to the final.

From the Shanghai Daily: Ever-Spring Hall, which became Shanghai's first Catholic Church in 1640 but is now a desolate56 wreck57, finally caught the Huangpu District government's attention after the roof over one of its rooms collapsed58 this week during heavy rains.

The hall, although listed as a protected architecture by Huangpu District government, has been left unattended for dozens of years, stuck at the end of a narrow lane near its more famous contemporary, Yuyuan Garden.

A property-management worker blames the government for inaction in protecting the architecture and says he's worried that the typhoon predicted for September might tear apart the whole building.

An official with Huangpu Culture Bureau says they are working on a proposal to conduct emergency repairs to the building and promises they will have it done before next Wednesday.

From the People's Daily online: More than 200 Chinese residential59 complexes touting60 themselves as winners of United Nations habitat award actually bought the honors from fake awards mills.

These "award winning" complexes were all for sale, and therefore excluded from qualifying for the actual UN Habitat Scroll61 of Award, because those are given only to public welfare programs.

The People's Daily online is reporting that at least 200 Chinese residential complexes for sale bought the fake award in the last five years.

Instead of being ashamed of the phony awards, which can be bought for around 360,000 yuan, they bragged62 about it, hoping it could boost housing prices.
 


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1 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。
2 curb LmRyy     
n.场外证券市场,场外交易;vt.制止,抑制
参考例句:
  • I could not curb my anger.我按捺不住我的愤怒。
  • You must curb your daughter when you are in church.你在教堂时必须管住你的女儿。
3 evacuate ai1zL     
v.遣送;搬空;抽出;排泄;大(小)便
参考例句:
  • We must evacuate those soldiers at once!我们必须立即撤出这些士兵!
  • They were planning to evacuate the seventy American officials still in the country.他们正计划转移仍滞留在该国的70名美国官员。
4 vice NU0zQ     
n.坏事;恶习;[pl.]台钳,老虎钳;adj.副的
参考例句:
  • He guarded himself against vice.他避免染上坏习惯。
  • They are sunk in the depth of vice.他们堕入了罪恶的深渊。
5 condemnation 2pSzp     
n.谴责; 定罪
参考例句:
  • There was widespread condemnation of the invasion. 那次侵略遭到了人们普遍的谴责。
  • The jury's condemnation was a shock to the suspect. 陪审团宣告有罪使嫌疑犯大为震惊。
6 prospects fkVzpY     
n.希望,前途(恒为复数)
参考例句:
  • There is a mood of pessimism in the company about future job prospects. 公司中有一种对工作前景悲观的情绪。
  • They are less sanguine about the company's long-term prospects. 他们对公司的远景不那么乐观。
7 investigation MRKzq     
n.调查,调查研究
参考例句:
  • In an investigation,a new fact became known, which told against him.在调查中新发现了一件对他不利的事实。
  • He drew the conclusion by building on his own investigation.他根据自己的调查研究作出结论。
8 torpedoing 7f009654988c430b89790f89903c6e9b     
用爆破筒爆破
参考例句:
  • We all accused the union of torpedoing the negotiation. 我们都谴责工会破坏谈判。
9 warship OMtzl     
n.军舰,战舰
参考例句:
  • He is serving on a warship in the Pacific.他在太平洋海域的一艘军舰上服役。
  • The warship was making towards the pier.军舰正驶向码头。
10 supreme PHqzc     
adj.极度的,最重要的;至高的,最高的
参考例句:
  • It was the supreme moment in his life.那是他一生中最重要的时刻。
  • He handed up the indictment to the supreme court.他把起诉书送交最高法院。
11 labor P9Tzs     
n.劳动,努力,工作,劳工;分娩;vi.劳动,努力,苦干;vt.详细分析;麻烦
参考例句:
  • We are never late in satisfying him for his labor.我们从不延误付给他劳动报酬。
  • He was completely spent after two weeks of hard labor.艰苦劳动两周后,他已经疲惫不堪了。
12 sector yjczYn     
n.部门,部分;防御地段,防区;扇形
参考例句:
  • The export sector will aid the economic recovery. 出口产业将促进经济复苏。
  • The enemy have attacked the British sector.敌人已进攻英国防区。
13 consultant 2v0zp3     
n.顾问;会诊医师,专科医生
参考例句:
  • He is a consultant on law affairs to the mayor.他是市长的一个法律顾问。
  • Originally,Gar had agreed to come up as a consultant.原来,加尔只答应来充当我们的顾问。
14 kickbacks cd387b7f155951097a73538b40e21c28     
n.激烈反应( kickback的名词复数 );佣金,回扣
参考例句:
  • Everyone at City Hall is receiving kickbacks. It's the only way to get anything done there. 市政府里的每个人都收回扣,在那里只有送红包,事情才办得成。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • G raft or kickbacks paid to officials or law enforcem ent authorities. 暗中付给官员或执法人员的回扣。 来自互联网
15 bribes f3132f875c572eefabf4271b3ea7b2ca     
n.贿赂( bribe的名词复数 );向(某人)行贿,贿赂v.贿赂( bribe的第三人称单数 );向(某人)行贿,贿赂
参考例句:
  • It was alleged that he had taken bribes while in office. 他被指称在任时收受贿赂。
  • corrupt officials accepting bribes 接受贿赂的贪官污吏
16 coverage nvwz7v     
n.报导,保险范围,保险额,范围,覆盖
参考例句:
  • There's little coverage of foreign news in the newspaper.报纸上几乎没有国外新闻报道。
  • This is an insurance policy with extensive coverage.这是一项承保范围广泛的保险。
17 scuba YjDzRf     
n.水中呼吸器
参考例句:
  • I first got hooked on scuba diving when I was twelve.12岁时我开始迷上了带水中呼吸器潜水。
  • While on honeymoon in Bali,she learned to scuba dive.她在巴厘岛度蜜月时学会了带水肺潜水。
18 skilful 8i2zDY     
(=skillful)adj.灵巧的,熟练的
参考例句:
  • The more you practise,the more skilful you'll become.练习的次数越多,熟练的程度越高。
  • He's not very skilful with his chopsticks.他用筷子不大熟练。
19 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。
20 maiden yRpz7     
n.少女,处女;adj.未婚的,纯洁的,无经验的
参考例句:
  • The prince fell in love with a fair young maiden.王子爱上了一位年轻美丽的少女。
  • The aircraft makes its maiden flight tomorrow.这架飞机明天首航。
21 breached e3498bf16767cf8f9f8dc58f7275a5a5     
攻破( breach的现在分词 ); 破坏,违反
参考例句:
  • These commitments have already been breached. 这些承诺已遭背弃。
  • Our tanks have breached the enemy defences. 我方坦克车突破了敌人的防线。
22 sweeping ihCzZ4     
adj.范围广大的,一扫无遗的
参考例句:
  • The citizens voted for sweeping reforms.公民投票支持全面的改革。
  • Can you hear the wind sweeping through the branches?你能听到风掠过树枝的声音吗?
23 gastric MhnxW     
adj.胃的
参考例句:
  • Miners are a high risk group for certain types of gastric cancer.矿工是极易患某几种胃癌的高风险人群。
  • That was how I got my gastric trouble.我的胃病就是这么得的。
24 ailments 6ba3bf93bc9d97e7fdc2b1b65b3e69d6     
疾病(尤指慢性病),不适( ailment的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • His ailments include a mild heart attack and arthritis. 他患有轻度心脏病和关节炎。
  • He hospitalizes patients for minor ailments. 他把只有小病的患者也送进医院。
25 dealing NvjzWP     
n.经商方法,待人态度
参考例句:
  • This store has an excellent reputation for fair dealing.该商店因买卖公道而享有极高的声誉。
  • His fair dealing earned our confidence.他的诚实的行为获得我们的信任。
26 batches f8c77c3bee0bd5d27b9ca0e20c216d1a     
一批( batch的名词复数 ); 一炉; (食物、药物等的)一批生产的量; 成批作业
参考例句:
  • The prisoners were led out in batches and shot. 这些囚犯被分批带出去枪毙了。
  • The stainless drum may be used to make larger batches. 不锈钢转数设备可用来加工批量大的料。
27 shaft YEtzp     
n.(工具的)柄,杆状物
参考例句:
  • He was wounded by a shaft.他被箭击中受伤。
  • This is the shaft of a steam engine.这是一个蒸汽机主轴。
28 physically iNix5     
adj.物质上,体格上,身体上,按自然规律
参考例句:
  • He was out of sorts physically,as well as disordered mentally.他浑身不舒服,心绪也很乱。
  • Every time I think about it I feel physically sick.一想起那件事我就感到极恶心。
29 inspectors e7f2779d4a90787cc7432cd5c8b51897     
n.检查员( inspector的名词复数 );(英国公共汽车或火车上的)查票员;(警察)巡官;检阅官
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。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Inspectors checked that there was adequate ventilation. 检查员已检查过,通风良好。 来自《简明英汉词典》
30 lapses 43ecf1ab71734d38301e2287a6e458dc     
n.失误,过失( lapse的名词复数 );小毛病;行为失检;偏离正道v.退步( lapse的第三人称单数 );陷入;倒退;丧失
参考例句:
  • He sometimes lapses from good behavior. 他有时行为失检。 来自辞典例句
  • He could forgive attacks of nerves, panic, bad unexplainable actions, all sorts of lapses. 他可以宽恕突然发作的歇斯底里,惊慌失措,恶劣的莫名其妙的动作,各种各样的失误。 来自辞典例句
31 negligently 0358f2a07277b3ca1e42472707f7edb4     
参考例句:
  • Losses caused intentionally or negligently by the lessee shall be borne by the lessee. 如因承租人的故意或过失造成损失的,由承租人负担。 来自经济法规部分
  • Did the other person act negligently? 他人的行为是否有过失? 来自口语例句
32 lawsuit A14xy     
n.诉讼,控诉
参考例句:
  • They threatened him with a lawsuit.他们以诉讼威逼他。
  • He was perpetually involving himself in this long lawsuit.他使自己无休止地卷入这场长时间的诉讼。
33 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。
34 mosque U15y3     
n.清真寺
参考例句:
  • The mosque is a activity site and culture center of Muslim religion.清真寺为穆斯林宗教活动场所和文化中心。
  • Some years ago the clock in the tower of the mosque got out of order.几年前,清真寺钟楼里的大钟失灵了。
35 slash Hrsyq     
vi.大幅度削减;vt.猛砍,尖锐抨击,大幅减少;n.猛砍,斜线,长切口,衣衩
参考例句:
  • The shop plans to slash fur prices after Spring Festival.该店计划在春节之后把皮货降价。
  • Don't slash your horse in that cruel way.不要那样残忍地鞭打你的马。
36 discourse 2lGz0     
n.论文,演说;谈话;话语;vi.讲述,著述
参考例句:
  • We'll discourse on the subject tonight.我们今晚要谈论这个问题。
  • He fell into discourse with the customers who were drinking at the counter.他和站在柜台旁的酒客谈了起来。
37 amendment Mx8zY     
n.改正,修正,改善,修正案
参考例句:
  • The amendment was rejected by 207 voters to 143.这项修正案以207票对143票被否决。
  • The Opposition has tabled an amendment to the bill.反对党已经就该议案提交了一项修正条款。
38 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。
39 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。
40 investigators e970f9140785518a87fc81641b7c89f7     
n.调查者,审查者( investigator的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • This memo could be the smoking gun that investigators have been looking for. 这份备忘录可能是调查人员一直在寻找的证据。
  • The team consisted of six investigators and two secretaries. 这个团队由六个调查人员和两个秘书组成。 来自《简明英汉词典》
41 tolerance Lnswz     
n.宽容;容忍,忍受;耐药力;公差
参考例句:
  • Tolerance is one of his strengths.宽容是他的一个优点。
  • Human beings have limited tolerance of noise.人类对噪音的忍耐力有限。
42 bugs e3255bae220613022d67e26d2e4fa689     
adj.疯狂的,发疯的n.窃听器( bug的名词复数 );病菌;虫子;[计算机](制作软件程序所产生的意料不到的)错误
参考例句:
  • All programs have bugs and need endless refinement. 所有的程序都有漏洞,都需要不断改进。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • The sacks of rice were swarming with bugs. 一袋袋的米里长满了虫子。 来自《简明英汉词典》
43 resistant 7Wvxh     
adj.(to)抵抗的,有抵抗力的
参考例句:
  • Many pests are resistant to the insecticide.许多害虫对这种杀虫剂有抵抗力。
  • They imposed their government by force on the resistant population.他们以武力把自己的统治强加在持反抗态度的人民头上。
44 epidemic 5iTzz     
n.流行病;盛行;adj.流行性的,流传极广的
参考例句:
  • That kind of epidemic disease has long been stamped out.那种传染病早已绝迹。
  • The authorities tried to localise the epidemic.当局试图把流行病限制在局部范围。
45 mutation t1PyM     
n.变化,变异,转变
参考例句:
  • People who have this mutation need less sleep than others.有这种突变的人需要的睡眠比其他人少。
  • So far the discussion has centered entirely around mutation in the strict sense.到目前为止,严格来讲,讨论完全集中于围绕突变问题上。
46 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。
47 antibiotic KNJzd     
adj.抗菌的;n.抗生素
参考例句:
  • The doctor said that I should take some antibiotic.医生说我应该服些用抗生素。
  • Antibiotic can be used against infection.抗菌素可以用来防止感染。
48 antibiotics LzgzQT     
n.(用作复数)抗生素;(用作单数)抗生物质的研究;抗生素,抗菌素( antibiotic的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • the discovery of antibiotics in the 20th century 20世纪抗生素的发现
  • The doctor gave me a prescription for antibiotics. 医生给我开了抗生素。
49 hygiene Kchzr     
n.健康法,卫生学 (a.hygienic)
参考例句:
  • Their course of study includes elementary hygiene and medical theory.他们的课程包括基础卫生学和医疗知识。
  • He's going to give us a lecture on public hygiene.他要给我们作关于公共卫生方面的报告。
50 influenza J4NyD     
n.流行性感冒,流感
参考例句:
  • They took steps to prevent the spread of influenza.他们采取措施
  • Influenza is an infectious disease.流感是一种传染病。
51 smoothly iiUzLG     
adv.平滑地,顺利地,流利地,流畅地
参考例句:
  • The workmen are very cooperative,so the work goes on smoothly.工人们十分合作,所以工作进展顺利。
  • Just change one or two words and the sentence will read smoothly.这句话只要动一两个字就顺了。
52 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。
53 ovation JJkxP     
n.欢呼,热烈欢迎,热烈鼓掌
参考例句:
  • The hero received a great ovation from the crowd. 那位英雄受到人群的热烈欢迎。
  • The show won a standing ovation. 这场演出赢得全场起立鼓掌。
54 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。
55 navigate 4Gyxu     
v.航行,飞行;导航,领航
参考例句:
  • He was the first man to navigate the Atlantic by air.他是第一个飞越大西洋的人。
  • Such boats can navigate on the Nile.这种船可以在尼罗河上航行。
56 desolate vmizO     
adj.荒凉的,荒芜的;孤独的,凄凉的;v.使荒芜,使孤寂
参考例句:
  • The city was burned into a desolate waste.那座城市被烧成一片废墟。
  • We all felt absolutely desolate when she left.她走后,我们都觉得万分孤寂。
57 wreck QMjzE     
n.失事,遇难;沉船;vt.(船等)失事,遇难
参考例句:
  • Weather may have been a factor in the wreck.天气可能是造成这次失事的原因之一。
  • No one can wreck the friendship between us.没有人能够破坏我们之间的友谊。
58 collapsed cwWzSG     
adj.倒塌的
参考例句:
  • Jack collapsed in agony on the floor. 杰克十分痛苦地瘫倒在地板上。
  • The roof collapsed under the weight of snow. 房顶在雪的重压下突然坍塌下来。
59 residential kkrzY3     
adj.提供住宿的;居住的;住宅的
参考例句:
  • The mayor inspected the residential section of the city.市长视察了该市的住宅区。
  • The residential blocks were integrated with the rest of the college.住宿区与学院其他部分结合在了一起。
60 touting 4d75f17b3549c92164bbfc96b4ef2275     
v.兜售( tout的现在分词 );招揽;侦查;探听赛马情报
参考例句:
  • He's been touting his novel around publishers for years. 他几年来一直到处找出版商兜售自己的小说。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Technology industry leaders are touting cars as a hot area for growth. 科技产业领袖吹捧为增长热点地区的汽车。 来自互联网
61 scroll kD3z9     
n.卷轴,纸卷;(石刻上的)漩涡
参考例句:
  • As I opened the scroll,a panorama of the Yellow River unfolded.我打开卷轴时,黄河的景象展现在眼前。
  • He was presented with a scroll commemorating his achievements.他被授予一幅卷轴,以表彰其所做出的成就。
62 bragged 56622ccac3ec221e2570115463345651     
v.自夸,吹嘘( brag的过去式和过去分词 )
参考例句:
  • He bragged to his friends about the crime. 他向朋友炫耀他的罪行。
  • Mary bragged that she could run faster than Jack. 玛丽夸口说她比杰克跑得快。 来自《简明英汉词典》
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