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News & Reports 2011-04-16

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

In This Edition

Chinese President Hu Jintao calls for inclusive development in Asia at the opening ceremony of the 2011 annual meeting of the Boao Forum1 for Asia.

Some economists3 at the forum believe that emerging economies did a good job to recover from the global economic meltdown, but some residual4 uncertainties5 such as inflation will influence their play to the world economic recovery.

Tokyo Electric Power Company will start the first batch6 of compensation payments to evacuees7 near its damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.

China says its economy expanded 9.7 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier, while its inflation in March hits a 32-month high of 5.4 percent.


Hot Issue Reports

Boao Forum for Asia Opens with Theme of Inclusive Development
Chinese President Hu Jintao is calling for inclusive development in Asia at the opening ceremony of the 2011 annual meeting of the Boao Forum for Asia.

This year's meeting is themed "Inclusive Development: Common Agenda and New Challenges". Hu Jintao and leaders from other countries have discussed about how to realize the common development of Asia, tackle with the challenges and achieve economic prosperity in the region.

CRI's Wei Tong has more.

Hu Jintao says Asia's development contributes to China's prosperity and vice8 versa, and that the country will always place the diplomatic relations with Asia on top priority.

"In the past decades, Asia has witnessed a rapid economic growth with progress in the regional cooperation and ever growing international impact. Asia was the first to get its economy stabilized9 in the global financial crisis and recover from it and it has become a major engine to drive the world economy to a recovery and growth."

Hu Jintao reiterates10 that the Asian countries need to seek common ground while shelving differences, achieve mutual11 benefits and win-win results as well as deepening regional cooperation. Meanwhile, Asian nations should intensify12 macro-economic policy coordination13 so as to expand common interest and promote regional development.

"Large countries should support small ones, rich countries should help poor ones and all should help each other so as to seize opportunities and tackle challenges together. We hope the Asian countries can share the benefits achieved from the regional economic prosperity."

Hu Jintao adds in the next five years, China will focus more on imports to achieve macro-economic balance and economic restructuring. Meantime, China will expand its investment in Asia and other emerging nations and increase assistance to the developing world.

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev called for Asia-Pacific countries to get access to the economic integrity process so as to achieve balanced economic development. He hails the inclusive development of great significance.

"In order to reach the goal of inclusive development, we must step up the democratic process of international relations as well as building up a fair new political and economic order. The key point is to reform the global financial system."

South African President Jacob Zuma said his country is among the developing world and has very close economic links with many Asian countries. He suggested the developing world needs to work together in sustainable development and tackling challenges.

"Economically, the phenomenal development has been the rise of the economical giants of the South. Clearly, these new developments require that we work on managing global inter-dependencies and strengthen cooperation in order to overcome common tragedies and take advantage of opportunities. Some of the challenges we must confront together relate to sustainable development, climate change, energy security, peace, trade and finance."

The Boao Forum for Asia, founded in 2001, marked its tenth anniversary. It is a non-government platform for global political, business and academic leaders. During the three-day session, 1,400 participants from political and business sectors14 will focus on topics including prospect15 of world economy, capital flow, China's 12th five-year plan and growth of specific industries.

For CRI, I am Wei Tong.

Certainties and Uncertainties Emerging Economies Bring to World Economic Recovery
The global recovery remains16 fragile and subject to a number of uncertainties. Government indebtedness, high unemployment, inflation may wreak17 havoc18 on the international system once again.

But vigorous GDP growth of emerging economies brings the world a light of hope and some certainties. How do economists view the contribution of emerging economies to the recovery of the world economy in the coming years?

Our reporter Zhang Cheng has more.

At the ongoing19 Boao Forum in south China, emerging economies have caught the most eyeballs from economists coming from the US, Japan, and China.

Huang Yasheng is a professor at Sloan School of Management, MIT. He says when evaluating a country's economy in the short term, speed is a key gauge20, but for a longer term, the economic scale is a more crucial gauge.

"Is the world economy really diversified21? If you take a look at BRICS, the combined GDP of Brazil, Russia, India and South Africa combined is less than China. I think instead of saying the economy is diversified worldwide, I'd rather say China's economy is diversified."

Huang says people overrated the diversity of emerging economies. Among the BRICS nations, Brazil and Russia are quite dependent on oil and other raw materials for GDP growth. China, to some extent, has boosted their GDP increase. However, they are lacking an independent growth mechanism22 to ensure its sustainability.

"The so-called 'economic diversity' of emerging markets is mainly reflected in production, not consumption. Though consumption growth is increasing in the emerging economies, the consumption amount is relatively23 low. We should clearly realize the limitations of emerging markets' economic growth."

Huang adds that China, as the biggest emerging economy, has witnessed an estimated 80 percent of electricity consumption from enterprises, and 20 percent from individuals and families.

But the situation is the opposite in the US. So he says that it is certain that emerging economies' emphasis turning from production to consumption will definitely influence the world economy.

Timothy Bond, chief economist2 at Asia Pacific, Bank of America Merrill Lynch agrees with Professor Huang. He believes emerging economies are on the right track.

"I think emerging markets emerged as one of the pillars of the world economy. Our global growth forecasts are expecting 4.4% global growth in 2011. And that's driven by rapid growth in emerging market. We do need to see a change in the structure of the emerging market economies and China, in particular, we need to see consumption play a more important role. I think they will move in that direction."

Economists also point out that emerging economies did a good job to recover from the international economic meltdown, but some residual uncertainties, such as inflation, will influence their play in the world economic recovery.

For CRI, I'm Zhang Cheng, in Boao.

Japan Orders Compensation for Nuke Plant Evacuees
Tokyo Electric Power Company will start the first batch of compensation payments to evacuees near its damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.

Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano said that each affected24 household will receive 1 million yen25, or about $12,000 U.S. Dollars in compensation.

"Tokyo Electric Power Company is to make an urgent and speedy payment in order to compensate26 for the losses incurred27 by evacuation and orders to stay indoors. We think that such an amount is necessary as a provisional payment."

Local media reports said the provisional compensation would total $599 million U.S. dollars.

According to Kyodo news agency, payments from TEPCO will start as early as mid-April.

Roughly 48,000 households living within about 30.5 kilometers of the crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant would be eligible28 for the payments.

Meanwhile TEPCO's President Masataka Shimizu apologized to the people of Fukushima Prefecture, saying he was deeply sorry for the nuclear emergency which has forced thousands to evacuate29.

"I would like to extend my heartfelt apologies to the people of Fukushima, especially to those living in the area surrounding the Fukushima Nuclear Plant, for having caused great pain both mentally and physically30."

Shimizu said he plans to finance these massive compensations by streamlining the company.

Argentina Former Military Ruler Bignone Sentenced to Life in Prison
Argentina's last military ruler, Reynaldo Bignone, has been sentenced to life in prison for the torture and murder of political opponents more than three decades ago.

Four other former soldiers and police officers were also convicted.

Argentine Human Rights Secretary Eduardo Luis Duhalde said the punishments fit the crimes.

"The crimes call for the penalty of four life sentences and for imprisonment31 in a jail and not house-arrest. That's what is appropriate for all the offenders32 who should not have any privileges."

Human rights groups and relatives of the victims applauded when the sentences were read out in a Buenos Aires court.

Bignone was the last of four military de facto presidents in Argentina in the late 20th century.

More than 11,000 people died or disappeared during Argentina's "Dirty War," a systematic33 crackdown on leftists and other opponents of the military regime.

China's March Inflation Hits 32-month High
China says its economy expanded 9.7 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier, while its inflation in March hits a 32-month high of 5.4 percent.

Sheng Laiyun, spokesman for the National Bureau of Statistics, says the figures are encouraging.

"The national economy maintained steady and fast growth, and had a very good beginning. According to preliminary estimation, the gross domestic product of China in the first quarter of this year was 9,631 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 9.7 percent."

China has set its GDP target for 2011 at 8 percent.

However, the first quarter Consumer Price Index figures, a main gauge of inflation, far exceeded the official ceiling of 4 percent for the whole year, led by rise an 11.7 percent in food prices.

Chinese Premier34 Wen Jiabao has said that keeping the price levels basically stable is the primary and most urgent task for the government's macro economic control this year.

The People's Bank of China, the central bank, has already raised the key interest rate twice this year to curb35 the high inflation.

Private Jet Makers36 Eye Chinese Market
Scores of private jet manufacturers showcased their products in Shanghai, attempting to lure37 in new customers in China.
Jeff Anastas, vice president of Hawker Beechcraft's North Asia operations, says the company has a great interest in tapping the potential of this emerging market.

"China is a very exciting market place for each Hawker aircraft. In the last few years, we've seen tremendous growth here as have all the other manufacturers. Around the world, the BRICS countries, Brazil, Russia, India, China, are leading the growth. And we believe China is leading ahead of the rest."

The company displayed three of its private jets at the ongoing three-day aviation exhibition in Shanghai.

Bombardier, the world's third-largest air-framer which operates regional parts depots38 in China, is also putting emphasis on the Chinese market.

Bob Horner is senior vice president in charge of sales in the company.

"The international business represents something like 70% of our overall business jet sale. First is North America. So we see development and growth coming out of Europe and traditional markets but also out of the emerge markets, India, Russia and Eastern Europe and of course just to emphasize the importance of China."

Forbes' latest global rich list showed the number of Chinese billionaires peaked at 115 this year, the first time any country outside the United States had more than 100.

Official estimates show China has only around 200 private aircrafts, far fewer than the 11,000 in the United States, signaling a greater potential for aviation industry in the world's second largest economy.

But flight restrictions39 enforced by the Chinese government are hampering40 demand for private planes.

Authorities require potential flyers to report days before the flight schedule, eliminating the advantages of flying with a private jet.

Given the complication in flying procedures, now only a few dozen private jets are registered for civil aviation authorities.

Trust Crisis
An online forum article named, "Where did Chinese people's trust go?" has triggered wide discussions on mutual trust on the mainland. It is held by many that China is undergoing a severe trust crisis.

Wang Wei has more.

When asked whether they trust people around them, eight out of ten gave us the answer, no.

Wang Congcong is an editor at the Social Survey Center for the China Youth Daily.

She uses a story about how one of her colleagues almost failed a class in college because they entrusted41 them to turn in a paper to illustrate42 the reasons behind their survey.

"We discussed the lack of trust in today's society. It's common that many patients feel their surgery operation will be successful only when they give extra money to please the surgeon. On top of that, you must examine a package from the courier before signing and accepting it. So, we did out this survey to see where mutual trust stands in China."

The survey was carried out on 6,744 Chinese netizens. When looking at the results of how people think of mutual trust, Wang Congcong says they weren't surprised.

"About 82 percent of respondents feel the level of trust is rather low. More than half of the respondents think the level is extremely low."

Going by these numbers, it seems there are very few trustworthy people. So who can people trust?

"About 70 percent of the respondents think mutual trust is very high with family members, and then comes their spouses44 with less than 55 percent. About one third think that their friends are worthy43 of trust. The most unreliable relationships are between business partners as well as between doctors and patients with less than 10 percent in favor. It's quite unexpected for us to find such a low level of trust between doctors and patients."

Some say that developed countries have higher mutual trust, so it must be related to economic development. However, philosophy professor Li Huqun from the China University of Political Science and Law disagrees.

"The economic gap between China and those developed countries is small now. And you can find that people in the less prosperous central and western part of China enjoy a better trust level than those in the well-developed eastern part."

Professor Li says there are remote and proximate causes to the trust crisis.

"The remote cause is the erosion of Chinese traditional culture. Traditional Confucianism, Buddhism45, and Taoism always put great emphasis on trust between people. The erosion of these values began about 100 years ago. The proximate cause is people's pursuit of economic profit. Since China reformed its economy, the country has been focusing on economic construction, and has closed its eyes to the soft power of traditional culture."

Professor Li says the country must start to enhance its cultural development now; otherwise the trust between people will eventually be lost.

For CRI, I'm Wang Wei.

Disneyland Reopens for First Time since Disasters
Disneyland Tokyo has reopened, after it was closed to visitors for more than a month since the March 11 earthquake.
More than 10,000 Disneyland fans queued up from early in the morning waiting for doors to open at 8:00am local time.

"My fun is finally back."

The park had been closed due to damages at the site. The power shortage caused by the troubled nuclear power plant of Fukushima Dai-ichi also prevented Disneyland from running its scheduled rides and holding parades.

Prince William's Dinner Party Turned away in Wales
Everyone wants to get close to Prince William as his wedding approaches, but it turns out that the future king can't always get the table he wants.

Prince William and a group of friends from his Anglesey airbase were turned away from a restaurant because staff said they didn't have room for them.

The group of 24 people had gone to the prince's favorite Seacroft restaurant for dinner.

Iain "Spike46" Wright, operational commander of Prince William's unit, describes what happened.

"The plan was to eat there but unfortunately they had one of their chefs off sick, so they weren't able to cope with the number that we had brought, so we found another location and moved on."

The situation was resolved amicably47 after staff at the Seacroft telephoned the nearby Treaddur Bay hotel which was able to accommodate the group.

On the phone, Treaddur Bay hotel thought it was a joke. Seacroft customer Jonathan Campbell explains what he saw.

"They thought it was a joke, because it was Prince William and his buddies48, and I think they had to phone up three or four times to say no, this is real."

Campbell said it was only fair that Prince William should have been turned away, as it wouldn't have been right to treat him differently from any other customer.

Newspaper Picks

With all the talk of trade deals and single currencies among politicians, how about another way of trading…with Skills.

Personal Skills, just like commodities, are being traded by resourceful Chinese Internet users hoping to save money and make friends.

English for piano lessons, driving for cooking... The internet term being branded for these new style traders are "skill swappers."

On jnjhw.com, one of the leading Chinese websites providing a platform for such activity, about 50,000 offers under various categories were listed as of 9am yesterday.

Most of the registered users are students or office workers. They swap49 diverse life skills ranging from language to cooking, driving to IT and fine arts to sports.

Internet users only need to type in their desired skills and location to find a match.


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1 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。
2 economist AuhzVs     
n.经济学家,经济专家,节俭的人
参考例句:
  • He cast a professional economist's eyes on the problem.他以经济学行家的眼光审视这个问题。
  • He's an economist who thinks he knows all the answers.他是个经济学家,自以为什么都懂。
3 economists 2ba0a36f92d9c37ef31cc751bca1a748     
n.经济学家,经济专家( economist的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • The sudden rise in share prices has confounded economists. 股价的突然上涨使经济学家大惑不解。
  • Foreign bankers and economists cautiously welcomed the minister's initiative. 外国银行家和经济学家对部长的倡议反应谨慎。 来自《简明英汉词典》
4 residual SWcxl     
adj.复播复映追加时间;存留下来的,剩余的
参考例句:
  • There are still a few residual problems with the computer program.电脑程序还有一些残留问题。
  • The resulting residual chromatism is known as secondary spectrum.所得到的剩余色差叫做二次光谱。
5 uncertainties 40ee42d4a978cba8d720415c7afff06a     
无把握( uncertainty的名词复数 ); 不确定; 变化不定; 无把握、不确定的事物
参考例句:
  • One of the uncertainties of military duty is that you never know when you might suddenly get posted away. 任军职不稳定的因素之一是你永远不知道什么时候会突然被派往它处。
  • Uncertainties affecting peace and development are on the rise. 影响和平与发展的不确定因素在增加。 来自汉英非文学 - 十六大报告
6 batch HQgyz     
n.一批(组,群);一批生产量
参考例句:
  • The first batch of cakes was burnt.第一炉蛋糕烤焦了。
  • I have a batch of letters to answer.我有一批信要回复。
7 evacuees 68c032ac020acca4ffde7910b32b673f     
n.被疏散者( evacuee的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • Moreover, for multi-exits, evacuees select a exit based on game theory. 在有多个出口时,疏散人员根据对策论选择出口。 来自互联网
  • Evacuees wade through flooded area following heavy monsoon rains in Peshawar on Saturday, July 31, 2010. 撤离灾区涉水通过后在白沙瓦沉重的季风降雨在周六,2010年7月31日。 来自互联网
8 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。
9 stabilized 02f3efdac3635abcf70576f3b5d20e56     
v.(使)稳定, (使)稳固( stabilize的过去式和过去分词 )
参考例句:
  • The patient's condition stabilized. 患者的病情稳定下来。
  • His blood pressure has stabilized. 他的血压已经稳定下来了。 来自《现代英汉综合大词典》
10 reiterates 5fd1c3daab76bff407166b43c505cf06     
反复地说,重申( reiterate的第三人称单数 )
参考例句:
  • The Chinese government reiterates that the question of Taiwan is China's internal affair. 中国政府重申,台湾问题是中国的内政。 来自汉英非文学 - 汉英文件
  • Wang Jianzhou reiterates a fact and a viewpoint in Davos. 王建宙在达沃斯重申一个事实和一个观点。
11 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。
12 intensify S5Pxe     
vt.加强;变强;加剧
参考例句:
  • We must intensify our educational work among our own troops.我们必须加强自己部队的教育工作。
  • They were ordered to intensify their patrols to protect our air space.他们奉命加强巡逻,保卫我国的领空。
13 coordination Ho8zt     
n.协调,协作
参考例句:
  • Gymnastics is a sport that requires a considerable level of coordination.体操是一项需要高协调性的运动。
  • The perfect coordination of the dancers and singers added a rhythmic charm to the performance.舞蹈演员和歌手们配合得很好,使演出更具魅力。
14 sectors 218ffb34fa5fb6bc1691e90cd45ad627     
n.部门( sector的名词复数 );领域;防御地区;扇形
参考例句:
  • Berlin was divided into four sectors after the war. 战后柏林分成了4 个区。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Industry and agriculture are the two important sectors of the national economy. 工业和农业是国民经济的两个重要部门。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
15 prospect P01zn     
n.前景,前途;景色,视野
参考例句:
  • This state of things holds out a cheerful prospect.事态呈现出可喜的前景。
  • The prospect became more evident.前景变得更加明朗了。
16 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。
17 wreak RfYwC     
v.发泄;报复
参考例句:
  • She had a burning desire to wreak revenge.她复仇心切。
  • Timid people always wreak their peevishness on the gentle.怯懦的人总是把满腹牢骚向温和的人发泄。
18 havoc 9eyxY     
n.大破坏,浩劫,大混乱,大杂乱
参考例句:
  • The earthquake wreaked havoc on the city.地震对这个城市造成了大破坏。
  • This concentration of airborne firepower wrought havoc with the enemy forces.这次机载火力的集中攻击给敌军造成很大破坏。
19 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。
20 gauge 2gMxz     
v.精确计量;估计;n.标准度量;计量器
参考例句:
  • Can you gauge what her reaction is likely to be?你能揣测她的反应可能是什么吗?
  • It's difficult to gauge one's character.要判断一个人的品格是很困难的。
21 diversified eumz2W     
adj.多样化的,多种经营的v.使多样化,多样化( diversify的过去式和过去分词 );进入新的商业领域
参考例句:
  • The college biology department has diversified by adding new courses in biotechnology. 该学院生物系通过增加生物技术方面的新课程而变得多样化。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Take grain as the key link, develop a diversified economy and ensure an all-round development. 以粮为纲,多种经营,全面发展。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
22 mechanism zCWxr     
n.机械装置;机构,结构
参考例句:
  • The bones and muscles are parts of the mechanism of the body.骨骼和肌肉是人体的组成部件。
  • The mechanism of the machine is very complicated.这台机器的结构是非常复杂的。
23 relatively bkqzS3     
adv.比较...地,相对地
参考例句:
  • The rabbit is a relatively recent introduction in Australia.兔子是相对较新引入澳大利亚的物种。
  • The operation was relatively painless.手术相对来说不痛。
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 yen JfSwN     
n. 日元;热望
参考例句:
  • He wanted to convert his dollars into Japanese yen.他想将美元换成日币。
  • He has a yen to be alone in a boat.他渴望独自呆在一条船上。
26 compensate AXky7     
vt.补偿,赔偿;酬报 vi.弥补;补偿;抵消
参考例句:
  • She used her good looks to compensate her lack of intelligence. 她利用她漂亮的外表来弥补智力的不足。
  • Nothing can compensate for the loss of one's health. 一个人失去了键康是不可弥补的。
27 incurred a782097e79bccb0f289640bab05f0f6c     
[医]招致的,遭受的; incur的过去式
参考例句:
  • She had incurred the wrath of her father by marrying without his consent 她未经父亲同意就结婚,使父亲震怒。
  • We will reimburse any expenses incurred. 我们将付还所有相关费用。
28 eligible Cq6xL     
adj.有条件被选中的;(尤指婚姻等)合适(意)的
参考例句:
  • He is an eligible young man.他是一个合格的年轻人。
  • Helen married an eligible bachelor.海伦嫁给了一个中意的单身汉。
29 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。
30 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。
31 imprisonment I9Uxk     
n.关押,监禁,坐牢
参考例句:
  • His sentence was commuted from death to life imprisonment.他的判决由死刑减为无期徒刑。
  • He was sentenced to one year's imprisonment for committing bigamy.他因为犯重婚罪被判入狱一年。
32 offenders dee5aee0bcfb96f370137cdbb4b5cc8d     
n.冒犯者( offender的名词复数 );犯规者;罪犯;妨害…的人(或事物)
参考例句:
  • Long prison sentences can be a very effective deterrent for offenders. 判处长期徒刑可对违法者起到强有力的威慑作用。
  • Purposeful work is an important part of the regime for young offenders. 使从事有意义的劳动是管理少年犯的重要方法。
33 systematic SqMwo     
adj.有系统的,有计划的,有方法的
参考例句:
  • The way he works isn't very systematic.他的工作不是很有条理。
  • The teacher made a systematic work of teaching.这个教师进行系统的教学工作。
34 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。
35 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。
36 makers 22a4efff03ac42c1785d09a48313d352     
n.制造者,制造商(maker的复数形式)
参考例句:
  • The makers of the product assured us that there had been no sacrifice of quality. 这一产品的制造商向我们保证说他们没有牺牲质量。
  • The makers are about to launch out a new product. 制造商们马上要生产一种新产品。 来自《简明英汉词典》
37 lure l8Gz2     
n.吸引人的东西,诱惑物;vt.引诱,吸引
参考例句:
  • Life in big cities is a lure for many country boys.大城市的生活吸引着许多乡下小伙子。
  • He couldn't resist the lure of money.他不能抵制金钱的诱惑。
38 depots 94513a1433eb89e870b48abe4ad940c2     
仓库( depot的名词复数 ); 火车站; 车库; 军需库
参考例句:
  • Public transportation termini and depots are important infrastructures for a city. 公交场站设施是城市重要的基础设施。
  • In the coastal cities are equipped with after-sales service and depots. 在各沿海城市均设有服务部及售后维修站。
39 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
40 hampering 8bacf6f47ad97606aa653cf73b51b2da     
妨碍,束缚,限制( hamper的现在分词 )
参考例句:
  • So fraud on cows and development aid is seriously hampering growth. 因此在牛问题上和发展补助上的诈骗严重阻碍了发展。
  • Short-termism, carbon-trading, disputing the science-are hampering the implementation of direct economically-led objectives. 短效主义,出售二氧化碳,进行科学辩论,这些都不利于实现以经济为主导的直接目标。
41 entrusted be9f0db83b06252a0a462773113f94fa     
v.委托,托付( entrust的过去式和过去分词 )
参考例句:
  • He entrusted the task to his nephew. 他把这任务托付给了他的侄儿。
  • She was entrusted with the direction of the project. 她受委托负责这项计划。 来自《简明英汉词典》
42 illustrate IaRxw     
v.举例说明,阐明;图解,加插图
参考例句:
  • The company's bank statements illustrate its success.这家公司的银行报表说明了它的成功。
  • This diagram will illustrate what I mean.这个图表可说明我的意思。
43 worthy vftwB     
adj.(of)值得的,配得上的;有价值的
参考例句:
  • I did not esteem him to be worthy of trust.我认为他不值得信赖。
  • There occurred nothing that was worthy to be mentioned.没有值得一提的事发生。
44 spouses 3fbe4097e124d44af1bc18e63e898b65     
n.配偶,夫或妻( spouse的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • Jobs are available for spouses on campus and in the community. 校园里和社区里有配偶可做的工作。 来自辞典例句
  • An astonishing number of spouses-most particularly in the upper-income brackets-have no close notion of their husbands'paychecks. 相当大一部分妇女——特别在高收入阶层——并不很了解他们丈夫的薪金。 来自辞典例句
45 Buddhism 8SZy6     
n.佛教(教义)
参考例句:
  • Buddhism was introduced into China about 67 AD.佛教是在公元67年左右传入中国的。
  • Many people willingly converted to Buddhism.很多人情愿皈依佛教。
46 spike lTNzO     
n.长钉,钉鞋;v.以大钉钉牢,使...失效
参考例句:
  • The spike pierced the receipts and held them in order.那个钉子穿过那些收据并使之按顺序排列。
  • They'll do anything to spike the guns of the opposition.他们会使出各种手段来挫败对手。
47 amicably amicably     
adv.友善地
参考例句:
  • Steering according to the wind, he also framed his words more amicably. 他真会看风使舵,口吻也马上变得温和了。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
  • The couple parted amicably. 这对夫妻客气地分手了。 来自《简明英汉词典》
48 buddies ea4cd9ed8ce2973de7d893f64efe0596     
n.密友( buddy的名词复数 );同伴;弟兄;(用于称呼男子,常带怒气)家伙v.(如密友、战友、伙伴、弟兄般)交往( buddy的第三人称单数 );做朋友;亲近(…);伴护艾滋病人
参考例句:
  • We became great buddies. 我们成了非常好的朋友。 来自辞典例句
  • The two of them have become great buddies. 他们俩成了要好的朋友。 来自辞典例句
49 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。
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