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News & Reports 2010-08-29

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

In This Edition

Officials from China and Japan meet in Beijing for the third High-level Economic Dialogue aimed at strengthening cooperation between the two nations.

China's northern port city of Tianjin gears up for the fourth Annual Meeting of the New Champions, also dubbed1 as the 2010 Summer Davos.

US President Barack Obama reassures2 that American troops are to pull out of Iraq despite the upsurge in violence.

And with miners facing months of confinement3, NASA will send a team of experts to Chile early next week to assist the government in maintaining the health of those trapped.


Hot Issue Reports

Third China-Japan Economic Dialogue Held in Beijing

China and Japan have met in the Chinese capital city of Beijing for their third High-level Economic Dialogue.

Issues such as economic recovery, bilateral4 exchanges and cooperation in the region, and the current international issues were discussed.

Senior officials from departments concerning bilateral trade and diplomatic relations including Japanese Foreign Minister Katsuya Okada and Chinese vice5-Premier Wang Qishan attended the dialogue.

Wang Qishan says the two economies are highly interdependent and the dialogue has succeeded in promoting bilateral cooperation.

"We've discussed further cooperation in areas such as high-end manufacturing, energy-saving, environmental protection, food safety and product quality. The two sides have agreed to remove the barriers in trading farm produce and transferring technologies, and to make detailed6 cooperation plans."

Bilateral trade and mutual7 investment are two pillars of Sino-Japanese economic ties. Since the normalization8 of bilateral diplomatic relations in 1972, the two-way trade volume has increased from $1 billion to over $266 billion in 2008.

Though bilateral trade dropped by 14 percent in 2009 because of the global financial crisis, it rose drastically in the January- June period this year. This year's bilateral trade is predicted to reach at least the 2008 level.

Jiang Ruiping, an expert on the Japanese economy says the dialogue plays a positive role in economic cooperation against the backdrop of regional economic recovery.

"Through bilateral cooperation, the two sides should expand regional market demand to ensure freedom from dependence9 on markets in Europe and the U.S. It will benefit the stable economic development of both sides, as well as East Asia as a whole."

Experts also predict that cooperation in the industries of environmental protection and new energy has great potential between the two countries.

"The environmental protection and energy-saving industries have developed quite well in Japan. The country also boasts advanced technologies in these fields."

"China has a big market for advanced technologies in environmental protection. If Japan eases restrictions10 on exporting the technologies, it will help with China's economic transition."

Japan is China's third largest trade partner, after the European Union and the United States. Beijing became Tokyo's largest trade partner in 2007, and Japanese exports to China topped those to the US in 2009.

The first High-level Economic Dialogue was held in December 2007 in Beijing and the second one in June last year in Tokyo.


Tianjin Gears up for Summer Davos

China's northern port city of Tianjin is gearing up for the fourth Annual Meeting of the New Champions, also dubbed as the 2010 Summer Davos.

Convened11 by the World Economic Forum12, the meeting is scheduled to be held from Sept.13 to 15, attracting more than 1,000 registered participants from over 80 countries and regions.

Under the theme of "Sustainable Growth," political leaders, scholars, and business executives will discuss 25 main topics, ranging from energy and education to the development of medium and small enterprises.

Moreover, five residents from the host city will participate in the meeting, the first time in the history of the World Economic Forum.

Currently, applicants13 for citizen representative are going through several rounds of selection which involve lectures, interviews and debates.

Zhu Jun, director of the Tianjin Preparatory Office of the meeting, says those who win the competition will be able to attend the meetings and share their own perspectives and observations.

"By selecting 5 representatives, we hope to build a platform for ordinary citizens to learn more about Davos. Through the platform, we can exhibit the image of the people of Tianjin to the world on one hand, and promote Davos and the new achievements of our social and economic developments on the other. We are also giving our people the opportunity to contribute their wisdom and strengths towards Tianjin's economic development."

The Geneva-based WEF is best known for its annual meeting at the Swiss winter resort of Davos, while the Summer Davos in China is focused on newly emerging businesses and nations.

This is the second time for Tianjin to host the meeting in two years.


Obama Says Sticking to Pull out of Iraq Despite Violence

US President Barack Obama left no doubt on Saturday in his weekly radio address that the US is sticking to its promise to pull out of Iraq despite the upsurge in violence.

"On Tuesday, after more than seven years, the United States of America will end its combat mission in Iraq, and take an important step forward in responsibly ending the Iraq war. Like any sovereign independent nation, Iraq is free to chart its own course. And by the end of next year, all our troops will be home."

He emphasised that US troops would continue to support and train Iraqi forces in the months ahead, as well as protect US civilians14 and military efforts in Iraq.

Meanwhile on Saturday, Iraq's prime minister put his nation on its highest level of alert for terror attacks, warning of plots to sow fear and chaos15 as the US combat mission in the country formally ends on Tuesday.

Insurgents16 have intensified17 attacks on Iraqi police and soldiers, making August the deadliest month for Iraqi security personnel in two years.


Pakistan Vows18 to Protect Foreign Aid Workers Against Attacks from Taliban

Pakistan's government has vowed19 to protect foreign aid workers against attacks from the Taliban who have issued a veiled threat against relief organizations helping20 out in the country's flooding crisis.

The Taliban threat is likely to complicate21 the massive relief effort, while more than 8 million people are in need of emergency assistance across the country.

Pakistan's information minister Qamar Zaman Kaira says the Taliban are trying to use the crisis to their advantage.

"The Taliban are basically threatening the whole nation, the whole world. But their capacity and capability22 is now not that much. And whosoever, the aid workers, health workers who have come here, federal agencies and the provincial23 agencies, like police and others, as well, we will provide them proper security."

The United Nations, the Pakistani army and a host of other local and international relief groups have been rushing aid workers, medicine, food and water to the affected24 regions, but are unable to reach many people.


UN Human Rights Body Rebukes25 France for Crackdown on Roma Commmunity

A United Nations human rights body has rebuked26 France for its crackdown on the Roma community and urged Paris to integrate members of the minority group rather than send them to eastern Europe.

The UN Committee on the Elimination27 of Racial Discrimination, meeting in Geneva, accuses France of targeting the Roma as a collective group instead of dealing28 with individual cases on their own merits.

Pierre-Richard Prosper29 is the committee's vice chairman.

"We understand that a state has a right and responsibility to deal with security issues and issues of immigration and illegal immigration, but our view is when you are doing so, it should not be on a collective basis. You should not be targeting a group as a whole."

French human rights ambassador Francois Zimeray, defending his country's approach, accused the international community of hypocrisy30 on the issue.

He said he wanted to know why the UN wasn't spending more time investigating what he described as the discrimination the Roma face in their own country.

"Our goal is not to add more drama to the existing drama or more suffering to the existing suffering, but to try to put an end to a situation that is no longer tolerable, and that, in the name of human rights. There must be an end to this hypocrisy."

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has come under strong pressure over his decision to expel hundreds of Roma and put them on planes to Romania.

The Roma are one of the largest and poorest ethnic31 minorities groups in Europe.

NASA to Help Rescue Underground Miners

With miners facing months of confinement, NASA will send a team of experts to Chile early next week to assist the government in maintaining the health of those trapped.

Facing one of the most complex rescue operations ever attempted, the Chilean government is looking to space and the ocean depths for ways to help the 33 miners endure several months underground.

Dr. Michael Duncan is leading the NASA team, which consists of two physicians, one psychologist and one engineer.

"NASA has had a long experience in dealing with isolated33 environments, particularly on the space station. We train and plan contingencies34 for emergencies."

In addition to giving advice on how to keep the miners physically35 and mentally healthy, NASA will also help to send space mission-like rations32 down to the men.

The miners were found alive 17 days after a cave-in at a small gold and copper36 mine in Chile's remote north, but it could take up to four months to dig a rescue tunnel.

The case is already noted37 as one of the longest periods that trapped miners are known to have survived underground.

Rescuers are preparing to drill a shaft38 around 2 feet in diameter to evacuate39 the miners one by one via a pulley.

The miners have not yet been given an exact time-frame, but officials have promised the miners will be with their families by Christmas.


Hiroshima Mayor Wins Asia's Equivalent of Nobel Peace Prize

Hiroshima's mayor has won Asia's equivalent of the Nobel Peace Prize for spearheading a global campaign to rid the world of nuclear weapons.

Tadatoshi Akiba was one of five winners of the Ramon Magsaysay prize, an award named after a popular Philippine president who died in 1957.

Akiba was honored for his work in keeping alive the memory of the Hiroshima bomb and its horrific aftermath.

He started a travel grant program enabling foreign journalists to visit the city and meet survivors40.

Akiba told reporters he wanted to work with others around the world to create a nuclear-free world.

"We feel greatly encouraged by the recognition given by the Magsaysay Foundation that we are on the right track, and we would like to work together with the citizens of the world, cities of the world, in persuading national governments to work with us, to work with the United Nations to create a nuclear weapon-free world as soon as possible."

Other winners are Chinese photographer Huo Daishan, Bangladeshi disabilities campaigner A.H.M. Noman Khan, and husband-and-wife scientists Christopher Bernido and Maria Victoria Carpio-Bernido from the Philippines.

The formal awards ceremony will take place on August 31st.


Probe into Migrant Killings41 Continues in Mexico

At least 14 bodies have been found in different spots around the tourist city of Acapulco, located southwest of Mexico City on Friday.

The grim discovery was made as investigations42 continued into the deaths of 72 migrants, whose bodies were found following a shootout at a ranch43 in Reynosa.

State security officials say the bodies discovered in Acapulco all had gunshot wounds and were bound and blindfolded44.

The Zetas, a group of former Mexican army special forces who now run a powerful, lethal45 drug gang that have taken to extorting46 migrants, are suspected of carrying out the massacre47.

The government's chief security spokesman said the migrants were apparently48 slain49 because they refused to help the gang smuggle50 drugs.

In a further development, two car explosions took place early Friday morning less than 45 minutes apart in Ciudad Victoria, the capital of the northern state of Tamaulipas near where the 72 slaughtered51 migrants were found.

President Felipe Calderon called the killings "barbaric homicides."

"This week's tragedies include the barbarous homicide of immigrants and what happened today, the blasts using car bombs in Tamaulipas."

Officials say more than 28-thousand people have died in gang related violence since 2006 in Mexico.

Mexican immigration agents have rescued 2,750 migrants this year, some stranded52 in deserts and others who were being held captive by organized crime gangs.

In Tamaulipas alone, agents have rescued 812 migrants kidnapped by drug gangs.

Many of those migrants have told authorities the cartels tried force them into drug trafficking.


Paul Hogan Fails to Overturn Travel Ban

Australian Actor Paul Hogan has failed to overturn a travel ban served on him by the Australian Taxation53 Office.

The ATO served the departure prohibition54 order on the "Crocodile Dundee" star a week ago over an ongoing55 row about an alleged56 unpaid57 multimillion-dollar tax bill.

Hogan's lawyer, Andrew Robinson, has met with the ATO to try to reach an agreement that would allow Hogan to return to his home in the United States.

"Unfortunately, a resolution wasn't reached that would allow Paul to depart the country, although we have agreed to engage in further correspondence, hopefully over the weekend, with a view to maybe having a meeting early next week to see if a resolution can be reached."

Some Australian media outlets58 have reported Hogan's tax bill is more than 150 million Australian dollars.

Robinson says the reports are not true.

"The amount is less than that, but it's an amount that's very significant and is more than Paul has the ability to meet."

70-year-old Hogan lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Linda Kozlowski, and their son, Chance.

Hogan has been embroiled59 in a row with the ATO for the past five years.


Baby Tiger Found in Bag at Thai Airport

Authorities at Bangkok's international airport found a tiger cub60 that had been drugged and hidden among stuffed toy tigers in the suitcase of a woman flying from Thailand to Iran.

Authorities made the discovery after the woman, a Thai national, checked in and her bag was sent for a routine x-ray because it was overweight.

The x-ray showed what appeared to be a live animal inside. A toy tiger was beside it in the suitcase in an apparent ploy61 to fool inspectors62.

Nirath Nipanant of the airport's wildlife checkpoint:

"I was a bit shocked because an animal isn't supposed to be treated like this. Had the animal passed the oversize baggage check and had gone through four to five hours of travel, its chances of survival would have been slim."

The cub, estimated to be about three months old, was sent to a wildlife conservation center in Bangkok. Officials there said it appeared exhausted63, dehydrated and was unable to walk.

The 31-year-old woman was arrested at Suvarnabhumi Airport before boarding her Sunday flight.

Officials said she faces up to four years in prison and a 1,300 U.S. dollar fine for two wildlife smuggling-related charges.

The woman denied the bag belonged to her and said another passenger had asked her to carry it for him.

China Daily: Beijing Must Convince Citizens to Drive Less

The estimated 7 million cars in Beijing by the year 2015 point to extreme traffic congestion64 by then, given the limited room for road expansion.

Research by Beijing's Traffic Development Research Center indicates that the Chinese capital will reach full road capacity when the number of vehicles hits 6.5 million.

The city now has more than 4.5 million cars, and at the present rate of growth, the total number of motor vehicles is forecast to be 7 million by 2015. It is estimated that the average speed will be less than 15 kilometers per hour during rush hours by that date.

An editorial in "China Daily" says the rapid growth of the number of registered vehicles and high vehicle use already have added to the problems of traffic congestion and air pollution. It suggests that encouraging more residents to use public transportation is the most effective way to solve these problems. This can be achieved by expanding the city's public transportation network and making it more convenient for residents to travel to work by bus or subway. The editorial also suggests that increasing the cost of driving is another way to reduce car use.

The editorial goes on to say that much needs to be done to increase people's awareness65 that driving less not only eases traffic congestion, but also improves air quality. Making everyone in the city realize that driving less benefits us all is the final solution to the problems caused by the excessive number of vehicles on the road.


Southcn.com: Government Should Regulate Gray Income

A report issued by a Beijing-based economic development research group on China's potentially high level of unreported income reached 5.4 trillion yuan, or 790 billion US dollars, in 2008.

It says China's average urban household income was 90 percent higher than the official data in 2008, claiming that the official figure failed to include unreported, or gray, income.

The report quickly came under fire by the government. Officials at the National Bureau of Statistics said the figures were unreliable because of many flaws, including how samples were chosen and calculations were made. They said the final result was significantly higher than the country's actual level of unreported income.

An editorial on Southcn.com expresses disappointment with the official response. It says the country's level of unreported income is not only an academic issue but also a social problem. Instead of simply questioning the report, the National Bureau of Statistics should take action to investigate gray income to clarify the issue.

Furthermore, the editorial notes that for a long time gray income has been a controversial topic because of a lack of regulations to define and investigate it. Thus it is difficult to legally crack down on gray income even though many people know that it is closely connected with corruption66.

The editorial argues that it is the government's duty to clarify how gray income should be calculated and who is earning it. No matter how much people earn from gray income, the government should take action to deal with it.

The editorial also points out that only when government officials have a clear understanding of all the questions surrounding unreported income can an open and transparent67 income distribution system be developed and social equality and justice be achieved.
 


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1 dubbed dubbed     
v.给…起绰号( dub的过去式和过去分词 );把…称为;配音;复制
参考例句:
  • Mathematics was once dubbed the handmaiden of the sciences. 数学曾一度被视为各门科学的基础。
  • Is the movie dubbed or does it have subtitles? 这部电影是配音的还是打字幕的? 来自《简明英汉词典》
2 reassures 44beb01b7ab946da699bd98dc2bfd007     
v.消除恐惧或疑虑,恢复信心( reassure的第三人称单数 )
参考例句:
  • A significant benefit of Undo is purely psychological: It reassures users. 撤销的一个很大好处纯粹是心理上的,它让用户宽心。 来自About Face 3交互设计精髓
  • Direct eye contact reassures the person that you are confident and honest. 直接的目光接触让人相信你的自信和诚实。 来自口语例句
3 confinement qpOze     
n.幽禁,拘留,监禁;分娩;限制,局限
参考例句:
  • He spent eleven years in solitary confinement.他度过了11年的单独监禁。
  • The date for my wife's confinement was approaching closer and closer.妻子分娩的日子越来越近了。
4 bilateral dQGyW     
adj.双方的,两边的,两侧的
参考例句:
  • They have been negotiating a bilateral trade deal.他们一直在商谈一项双边贸易协定。
  • There was a wide gap between the views of the two statesmen on the bilateral cooperation.对双方合作的问题,两位政治家各自所持的看法差距甚大。
5 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。
6 detailed xuNzms     
adj.详细的,详尽的,极注意细节的,完全的
参考例句:
  • He had made a detailed study of the terrain.他对地形作了缜密的研究。
  • A detailed list of our publications is available on request.我们的出版物有一份详细的目录备索。
7 mutual eFOxC     
adj.相互的,彼此的;共同的,共有的
参考例句:
  • We must pull together for mutual interest.我们必须为相互的利益而通力合作。
  • Mutual interests tied us together.相互的利害关系把我们联系在一起。
8 normalization qnCzVH     
n.(normalisation)正常化,标准化
参考例句:
  • The visit signalled the normalization of relations between the two countries.这次访问显示两国关系已经正常化。
  • He was pleased to the normalization of relationship between the police and the people.他很高兴警方和人民之间关系的正常化。
9 dependence 3wsx9     
n.依靠,依赖;信任,信赖;隶属
参考例句:
  • Doctors keep trying to break her dependence of the drug.医生们尽力使她戒除毒瘾。
  • He was freed from financial dependence on his parents.他在经济上摆脱了对父母的依赖。
10 restrictions 81e12dac658cfd4c590486dd6f7523cf     
约束( restriction的名词复数 ); 管制; 制约因素; 带限制性的条件(或规则)
参考例句:
  • I found the restrictions irksome. 我对那些限制感到很烦。
  • a snaggle of restrictions 杂乱无章的种种限制
11 convened fbc66e55ebdef2d409f2794046df6cf1     
召开( convene的过去式 ); 召集; (为正式会议而)聚集; 集合
参考例句:
  • The chairman convened the committee to put the issue to a vote. 主席召集委员们开会对这个问题进行表决。
  • The governor convened his troops to put down the revolt. 总督召集他的部队去镇压叛乱。
12 forum cilx0     
n.论坛,讨论会
参考例句:
  • They're holding a forum on new ways of teaching history.他们正在举行历史教学讨论会。
  • The organisation would provide a forum where problems could be discussed.这个组织将提供一个可以讨论问题的平台。
13 applicants aaea8e805a118b90e86f7044ecfb6d59     
申请人,求职人( applicant的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • There were over 500 applicants for the job. 有500多人申请这份工作。
  • He was impressed by the high calibre of applicants for the job. 求职人员出色的能力给他留下了深刻印象。
14 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。
15 chaos 7bZyz     
n.混乱,无秩序
参考例句:
  • After the failure of electricity supply the city was in chaos.停电后,城市一片混乱。
  • The typhoon left chaos behind it.台风后一片混乱。
16 insurgents c68be457307815b039a352428718de59     
n.起义,暴动,造反( insurgent的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • The regular troops of Baden joined the insurgents. 巴登的正规军参加到起义军方面来了。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Against the Taliban and Iraqi insurgents, these problems are manageable. 要对付塔利班与伊拉克叛乱分子,这些问题还是可以把握住的。 来自互联网
17 intensified 4b3b31dab91d010ec3f02bff8b189d1a     
v.(使)增强, (使)加剧( intensify的过去式和过去分词 )
参考例句:
  • Violence intensified during the night. 在夜间暴力活动加剧了。
  • The drought has intensified. 旱情加剧了。 来自《简明英汉词典》
18 vows c151b5e18ba22514580d36a5dcb013e5     
誓言( vow的名词复数 ); 郑重宣布,许愿
参考例句:
  • Matrimonial vows are to show the faithfulness of the new couple. 婚誓体现了新婚夫妇对婚姻的忠诚。
  • The nun took strait vows. 那位修女立下严格的誓愿。
19 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。
20 helping 2rGzDc     
n.食物的一份&adj.帮助人的,辅助的
参考例句:
  • The poor children regularly pony up for a second helping of my hamburger. 那些可怜的孩子们总是要求我把我的汉堡包再给他们一份。
  • By doing this, they may at times be helping to restore competition. 这样一来, 他在某些时候,有助于竞争的加强。
21 complicate zX1yA     
vt.使复杂化,使混乱,使难懂
参考例句:
  • There is no need to complicate matters.没有必要使问题复杂化。
  • These events will greatly complicate the situation.这些事件将使局势变得极其复杂。
22 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。
23 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。
24 affected TzUzg0     
adj.不自然的,假装的
参考例句:
  • She showed an affected interest in our subject.她假装对我们的课题感到兴趣。
  • His manners are affected.他的态度不自然。
25 rebukes 4a30cb34123daabd75d68fd6647b4412     
责难或指责( rebuke的第三人称单数 )
参考例句:
  • His industry rebukes me. 他的勤劳使我感到惭傀。
  • The manager's rebukes in loud voice and stern expression have made the clerks gathered in the out office start with alarm. 老板声色俱厉的责备把聚集在办公室外的职员们吓坏了。
26 rebuked bdac29ff5ae4a503d9868e9cd4d93b12     
责难或指责( rebuke的过去式和过去分词 )
参考例句:
  • The company was publicly rebuked for having neglected safety procedures. 公司因忽略了安全规程而受到公开批评。
  • The teacher rebuked the boy for throwing paper on the floor. 老师指责这个男孩将纸丢在地板上。
27 elimination 3qexM     
n.排除,消除,消灭
参考例句:
  • Their elimination from the competition was a great surprise.他们在比赛中遭到淘汰是个很大的意外。
  • I was eliminated from the 400 metres in the semi-finals.我在400米半决赛中被淘汰。
28 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。
29 prosper iRrxC     
v.成功,兴隆,昌盛;使成功,使昌隆,繁荣
参考例句:
  • With her at the wheel,the company began to prosper.有了她当主管,公司开始兴旺起来。
  • It is my earnest wish that this company will continue to prosper.我真诚希望这家公司会继续兴旺发达。
30 hypocrisy g4qyt     
n.伪善,虚伪
参考例句:
  • He railed against hypocrisy and greed.他痛斥伪善和贪婪的行为。
  • He accused newspapers of hypocrisy in their treatment of the story.他指责了报纸在报道该新闻时的虚伪。
31 ethnic jiAz3     
adj.人种的,种族的,异教徒的
参考例句:
  • This music would sound more ethnic if you played it in steel drums.如果你用钢鼓演奏,这首乐曲将更具民族特色。
  • The plan is likely only to aggravate ethnic frictions.这一方案很有可能只会加剧种族冲突。
32 rations c925feb39d4cfbdc2c877c3b6085488e     
定量( ration的名词复数 ); 配给量; 正常量; 合理的量
参考例句:
  • They are provisioned with seven days' rations. 他们得到了7天的给养。
  • The soldiers complained that they were getting short rations. 士兵们抱怨他们得到的配给不够数。
33 isolated bqmzTd     
adj.与世隔绝的
参考例句:
  • His bad behaviour was just an isolated incident. 他的不良行为只是个别事件。
  • Patients with the disease should be isolated. 这种病的患者应予以隔离。
34 contingencies ae3107a781f5a432c8e43398516126af     
n.偶然发生的事故,意外事故( contingency的名词复数 );以备万一
参考例句:
  • We must consider all possible contingencies. 我们必须考虑一切可能发生的事。
  • We must be prepared for all contingencies. 我们要作好各种准备,以防意外。 来自辞典例句
35 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。
36 copper HZXyU     
n.铜;铜币;铜器;adj.铜(制)的;(紫)铜色的
参考例句:
  • The students are asked to prove the purity of copper.要求学生们检验铜的纯度。
  • Copper is a good medium for the conduction of heat and electricity.铜是热和电的良导体。
37 noted 5n4zXc     
adj.著名的,知名的
参考例句:
  • The local hotel is noted for its good table.当地的那家酒店以餐食精美而著称。
  • Jim is noted for arriving late for work.吉姆上班迟到出了名。
38 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。
39 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。
40 survivors 02ddbdca4c6dba0b46d9d823ed2b4b62     
幸存者,残存者,生还者( survivor的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • The survivors were adrift in a lifeboat for six days. 幸存者在救生艇上漂流了六天。
  • survivors clinging to a raft 紧紧抓住救生筏的幸存者
41 killings 76d97e8407f821a6e56296c4c9a9388c     
谋杀( killing的名词复数 ); 突然发大财,暴发
参考例句:
  • His statement was seen as an allusion to the recent drug-related killings. 他的声明被视为暗指最近与毒品有关的多起凶杀案。
  • The government issued a statement condemning the killings. 政府发表声明谴责这些凶杀事件。
42 investigations 02de25420938593f7db7bd4052010b32     
(正式的)调查( investigation的名词复数 ); 侦查; 科学研究; 学术研究
参考例句:
  • His investigations were intensive and thorough but revealed nothing. 他进行了深入彻底的调查,但没有发现什么。
  • He often sent them out to make investigations. 他常常派他们出去作调查。
43 ranch dAUzk     
n.大牧场,大农场
参考例句:
  • He went to work on a ranch.他去一个大农场干活。
  • The ranch is in the middle of a large plateau.该牧场位于一个辽阔高原的中部。
44 blindfolded a9731484f33b972c5edad90f4d61a5b1     
v.(尤指用布)挡住(某人)的视线( blindfold的过去式 );蒙住(某人)的眼睛;使不理解;蒙骗
参考例句:
  • The hostages were tied up and blindfolded. 人质被捆绑起来并蒙上了眼睛。
  • They were each blindfolded with big red handkerchiefs. 他们每个人的眼睛都被一块红色大手巾蒙住了。 来自《简明英汉词典》
45 lethal D3LyB     
adj.致死的;毁灭性的
参考例句:
  • A hammer can be a lethal weapon.铁锤可以是致命的武器。
  • She took a lethal amount of poison and died.她服了致命剂量的毒药死了。
46 extorting 94ab06c44e3c6bf6bc0356186a53ffaa     
v.敲诈( extort的现在分词 );曲解
参考例句:
  • Corrupt government officials were extorting money from him. 腐败的政府官员向他敲诈钱财。 来自辞典例句
  • He's been charged with extorting protection money from the shopkeepers. 他被指控对店主敲诈勒索保护费。 来自互联网
47 massacre i71zk     
n.残杀,大屠杀;v.残杀,集体屠杀
参考例句:
  • There was a terrible massacre of villagers here during the war.在战争中,这里的村民惨遭屠杀。
  • If we forget the massacre,the massacre will happen again!忘记了大屠杀,大屠杀就有可能再次发生!
48 apparently tMmyQ     
adv.显然地;表面上,似乎
参考例句:
  • An apparently blind alley leads suddenly into an open space.山穷水尽,豁然开朗。
  • He was apparently much surprised at the news.他对那个消息显然感到十分惊异。
49 slain slain     
杀死,宰杀,杀戮( slay的过去分词 ); (slay的过去分词)
参考例句:
  • The soldiers slain in the battle were burried that night. 在那天夜晚埋葬了在战斗中牺牲了的战士。
  • His boy was dead, slain by the hand of the false Amulius. 他的儿子被奸诈的阿缪利乌斯杀死了。
50 smuggle 5FNzy     
vt.私运;vi.走私
参考例句:
  • Friends managed to smuggle him secretly out of the country.朋友们想方设法将他秘密送出国了。
  • She has managed to smuggle out the antiques without getting caught.她成功将古董走私出境,没有被逮捕。
51 slaughtered 59ed88f0d23c16f58790fb11c4a5055d     
v.屠杀,杀戮,屠宰( slaughter的过去式和过去分词 )
参考例句:
  • The invading army slaughtered a lot of people. 侵略军杀了许多人。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Hundreds of innocent civilians were cruelly slaughtered. 数百名无辜平民遭残杀。 来自《简明英汉词典》
52 stranded thfz18     
a.搁浅的,进退两难的
参考例句:
  • He was stranded in a strange city without money. 他流落在一个陌生的城市里, 身无分文,一筹莫展。
  • I was stranded in the strange town without money or friends. 我困在那陌生的城市,既没有钱,又没有朋友。
53 taxation tqVwP     
n.征税,税收,税金
参考例句:
  • He made a number of simplifications in the taxation system.他在税制上作了一些简化。
  • The increase of taxation is an important fiscal policy.增税是一项重要的财政政策。
54 prohibition 7Rqxw     
n.禁止;禁令,禁律
参考例句:
  • The prohibition against drunken driving will save many lives.禁止酒后开车将会减少许多死亡事故。
  • They voted in favour of the prohibition of smoking in public areas.他们投票赞成禁止在公共场所吸烟。
55 ongoing 6RvzT     
adj.进行中的,前进的
参考例句:
  • The problem is ongoing.这个问题尚未解决。
  • The issues raised in the report relate directly to Age Concern's ongoing work in this area.报告中提出的问题与“关心老人”组织在这方面正在做的工作有直接的关系。
56 alleged gzaz3i     
a.被指控的,嫌疑的
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。
  • alleged irregularities in the election campaign 被指称竞选运动中的不正当行为
57 unpaid fjEwu     
adj.未付款的,无报酬的
参考例句:
  • Doctors work excessive unpaid overtime.医生过度加班却无报酬。
  • He's doing a month's unpaid work experience with an engineering firm.他正在一家工程公司无偿工作一个月以获得工作经验。
58 outlets a899f2669c499f26df428cf3d18a06c3     
n.出口( outlet的名词复数 );经销店;插座;廉价经销店
参考例句:
  • The dumping of foreign cotton blocked outlets for locally grown cotton. 外国棉花的倾销阻滞了当地生产的棉花的销路。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • They must find outlets for their products. 他们必须为自己的产品寻找出路。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
59 embroiled 77258f75da8d0746f3018b2caba91b5f     
adj.卷入的;纠缠不清的
参考例句:
  • He became embroiled in a dispute with his neighbours. 他与邻居们发生了争执。
  • John and Peter were quarrelling, but Mary refused to get embroiled. 约翰和彼得在争吵,但玛丽不愿卷入。 来自《简明英汉词典》
60 cub ny5xt     
n.幼兽,年轻无经验的人
参考例句:
  • The lion cub's mother was hunting for what she needs. 这只幼师的母亲正在捕猎。
  • The cub licked the milk from its mother's breast. 这头幼兽吸吮着它妈妈的奶水。
61 ploy FuQyE     
n.花招,手段
参考例句:
  • I think this is just a government ploy to deceive the public.我认为这只是政府欺骗公众的手段。
  • Christmas should be a time of excitement and wonder,not a cynical marketing ploy.圣诞节应该是兴奋和美妙的时刻,而不该是一种肆无忌惮的营销策略。
62 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》
63 exhausted 7taz4r     
adj.极其疲惫的,精疲力尽的
参考例句:
  • It was a long haul home and we arrived exhausted.搬运回家的这段路程特别长,到家时我们已筋疲力尽。
  • Jenny was exhausted by the hustle of city life.珍妮被城市生活的忙乱弄得筋疲力尽。
64 congestion pYmy3     
n.阻塞,消化不良
参考例句:
  • The congestion in the city gets even worse during the summer.夏天城市交通阻塞尤为严重。
  • Parking near the school causes severe traffic congestion.在学校附近泊车会引起严重的交通堵塞。
65 awareness 4yWzdW     
n.意识,觉悟,懂事,明智
参考例句:
  • There is a general awareness that smoking is harmful.人们普遍认识到吸烟有害健康。
  • Environmental awareness has increased over the years.这些年来人们的环境意识增强了。
66 corruption TzCxn     
n.腐败,堕落,贪污
参考例句:
  • The people asked the government to hit out against corruption and theft.人民要求政府严惩贪污盗窃。
  • The old man reviled against corruption.那老人痛斥了贪污舞弊。
67 transparent Smhwx     
adj.明显的,无疑的;透明的
参考例句:
  • The water is so transparent that we can see the fishes swimming.水清澈透明,可以看到鱼儿游来游去。
  • The window glass is transparent.窗玻璃是透明的。
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