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News & Reports 2011-07-16

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

 
In This Edition
 
Chinese experts express concerns over a possible new round of quantitative1 easing monetary2 policies by the United States.
 
US attorney-general says investigation3 is ongoing4 into Rupert Murdoch's News Corp following the phone hacking6 scandal.
 
China announces the second batch7 of rare earth export quotas9 for this year which double the corresponding caps set last year.
 
The newly launched Beijing-Shanghai High-Speed Rail faces questions after a series of technical breakdowns10.
 
 
Hot Issue Reports
 
Talks on US National Debt Ceiling and QE3
US President Barack Obama is facing growing pressure over how to avoid a U.S. debt default as an August 2nd deadline looms11 for raising the national debt ceiling.
 
US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke warns of economic damage if the national debt limit wasn't raised.
 
"Mr. Chairman, as I've said on a number of occasions I think it would be a calamitous12 outcome, it (referring to US default) would create a very severe financial shock that would have effects not only on the US economy but on the global economy."
 
China, the U.S.'s biggest foreign creditor13 with more than $1 trillion US dollars in Treasury14 debt as of March, calls on the U.S. government to adopt responsible policies to protect investor16 interests.
 
The rating agencies Standard & Poor's and Moody's Investors17 Service both warn to downgrade U.S.'s credit ratings if policy makers18 failed to reach a deal to raise the government's debt ceiling.
 
Meanwhile, Bernanke says a third round of quantitative easing, called QE3, could be necessary if the economy failed to regain19 momentum20 in the second half of the year.
 
The US government will run out of money to pay its bills and default on some obligations if no agreement is reached on raising America's debt limit by the early August deadline.
 
For more on this, our reporter Ding Lulu spoke21 with Mr. Zha Xiaogang, research fellow for Shanghai Institute for International Studies.
 
Libyan Government Spokesman: To Do Everything to Defend Oil
Moussa Ibrahim, spokesman for the Libyan government, says they will do everything to defend the country's oil and land.
 
"We will die for oil, and we will kill for oil … have your big headline, make it as sensationalist as you want, we will kill we will die for oil."
 
Ibrahim says Libyan army defended the oil coastal22 town of Brega in the east after a coordinated23 attack by NATO and rebels.
 
Earlier Al-Arabiya television said Libyan rebels helped by NATO warplanes attacked the town from land and sea.
 
"It was full scale attack, it was heavy, merciless and surprising as well .. But because our army is professional and we are completely controlling Brega city, we were able to combating this attack and we did defeat both NATO and rebels."
 
The spokesman also denied reports that Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has any plans to blow up Tripoli if it falls to rebels.
 
Meanwhile, thousands of Gaddafi's supporters have rallied in al-Ajaylat, west of Tripoli.
 
Gaddafi addressed the crowds in an audio speech and vowed24 to continue fighting until the end.
 
Elsewhere in Turkey, top NATO and Arab diplomats25, including U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, gathered to discuss a political solution to the crisis in Libya.
 
Forging a common stance on how to best assist the Libyan rebels and hasten the departure of Gaddafi is likely to be the main objective of the meeting.
 
US Attorney-general: Investigation Begins into News Corp
Rebekah Brooks26 has resigned as chief executive of Rupert Murdoch's embattled British newspapers. She is the biggest casualty so far in the phone hacking scandal that has rocked British politics and media.
 
Murdoch had defended Brooks in the face of demands from politicians that she step down, and had previously27 refused to accept her resignation.
 
Brooks was editor of the now closed News of the World between 2000 and 2003, the time of the most explosive allegation to hit Murdoch's News Corp. empire.
 
Meanwhile, the U.S. Attorney-General Eric H. Holder28 says investigations29 are progressing into the U.S. operations of News Corp.
 
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation said it's looking into allegations that News Corp. tried to hack5 into the phones of 9/11 victims.
 
"While there have been serious allegations raised in that regard in Great Britain and there is an ongoing investigation there, as is appropriate, there have been members of Congress in the United States that have asked us to investigate those same allegations and we are progressing in that regard, using the appropriate federal law enforcement agencies in the United States."
  
Meanwhile, Rupert Murdoch and his son James have now agreed to appear before U.K. lawmakers investigating phone hacking and police bribery30.
 
China Raises Rare Earth Export Quota8
Chinese authorities have announced the second batch of rare earth export quotas for this year, totaling 15,738 tons.
 
The quota is almost double the corresponding caps set last year.
 
CRI's Damin has the details.
 
The announcement of the quotas coincides with China-EU trade talks in Beijing, and comes just a week after the WTO ruled against Chinese export curbs31 on nine raw materials.
 
Some have argued that the ruling has prompted both European and US officials to call on the Chinese side to increase its rare-earth exports.
 
But Chinese Commerce Minister Chen Deming says he is not concerned about any possible WTO challenge to China's rare earth restrictions32.
 
"WTO hasn't made any rulings against the rare earth issue. It actually hasn't even entered the WTO stage. They are only suggestions from some experts and they are of two sides, both agreed and disagreed. I am not worried because we have already had some negotiations33."
 
China reduced export quotas for the first batch of rare earth this year by 11 percent in a bid to secure the sustainable development of the industry.
But the total export quotas for the whole year remain the same level as last year.
 
China produces more than 90 percent of the world's supply of rare earth, even though it has just 36 percent of global reserves.
 
While rare-earth extraction can be lucrative34, it is also seen as particularly harmful to the environment.
 
Yao Jian, spokesman for the Ministry35 of Commerce, says China will make more efforts to better regulate its rare earth industry.
 
"As it known to all the export of rare earth is not isolated36. It connects with the mining, smelting37 and production of the mineral. We will further standardize38 the export of rare earth by applying a set of environmental and smelting standards to export enterprises. Also, we aim to achieve a balance between domestic rare earth production, consumption and its export."
 
Insiders estimate that China produced more than 120,000 tons of rare earth last year. Among them 34,600 tons are used for export.
 
Rare earth, a group of 17 minerals, are vital for the industries of high-end electronics, defense39 and renewable energy.
 
For CRI, I'm Damin.
 
China to Release Pork Reserves
China's Ministry of Commerce says that it will release some pork reserves onto the market to blunt a sharp rise in pork prices.
 
The Ministry of Commerce spokesperson Yao Jian says the government will release some stocks held by the central and local governments "in a timely fashion."
 
The moves come after pork prices reached record levels last month, rising 57% from a year earlier.
 
"Currently, China's central pork reserves stand around 200,000 tons. As people's livelihood40 improves, the central reserves are planning to boost stocks from current levels at a gradual pace. China's pig population is has been rising from 2008 to 2010. But consumption of pork is increasing as well, this poses new challenge for market regulation."
 
Analysts41 say they expect rising pork prices are the result of a dwindling42 pig population culled43 by swine flu in 2009 and foot-and-mouth disease last year.
 
Break-downs Means Safer System? High-Speed Rail Facing Questions in China
The over 300 kilometer per hour Beijing-Shanghai high-speed train was officially put into operation on July 1st with high expectation from the public. Airlines linking the two cities have cut their prices to retain their passenger. However, in the past week, the train has broken down four times in total.
 
In addition to apologies from the Railway Ministry, some technology specialists involved in the project have also admitted that they still need to improve some aspects of the new train to regain the public's confidence.
 
Liu Min has more.
 
Due to a rainstorm in Tengzhou on July the 10th, a city along the Beijing-Shanghai high-speed line, electricity to the line was shut down, causing the train to be delayed by two hours.
 
The other three accidents, which occurred once on the 12th and twice on 13th of July. The accidents were related to power outage and transformer problems of the train.
 
Professor Sun Zhang is from the Urban Rail Traffic Research Center at Tongji University in Shanghai. He participated in the feasibility studies for the High-speed railway project. He says that the safety of passengers can be assured because the high-speed train can automatically detect malfunctions44 and slow down.
 
"The technology involved means that malfunctions lead to a safe shut down. The break-down on the 13th of July is one example. Sensors45 have been installed in different parts of the train. Whenever they detect irregularity in operation, the data will be sent to the main computer control system. Then the train will slow down or even comes to a complete stop automatically."
 
Currently, there are 105 new high-speed trains running on the line heading in both directions, all of which are still in the adjustment period.
 
Similar to the high-speed trains in other countries, these trains also have sensors detecting the speed of the wind and the volume of rainfall. The sensors usually send the data back to the control center. But the communications between the control center and the staff on the train is not smooth, meaning the staff on board the train sometimes feel embarrassed when explaining to the passengers what has happened exactly. Sun Zhang further explains how such sensors work.
 
"When the sensors find an accumulation of rain exceeding 150 millimeters within a period of 24 hours, the train automatically stops. When the wind speed reaches 25 meters per second, the train starts to slow down to a speed of 70 kilometers per hour, and when the wind speed escalates46 to 30 meters per second, which is equal to grade 12 winds, then the train comes to a complete stop."
 
Many passengers complained that during the two hour train delay, air-conditioners all stopped running, and the whole carriage went completely dark, leading to a cramped47 and stuffy48 environment.
 
Some reports have indicated that the recently launched high-speed rail line has greatly reduced the number of passengers using the corresponding airline routes. The flights between Changzhou and Beijing have seen their passenger numbers reduced by half.
 
The frequent accidents on the high-speed rail line however, have driven some business back to the airlines.
 
The railway authorities explaines that the breaksdown is mainly due to the high standard safe mode adopted by the high speed line. However, one commentary from Xinhuanet.com points out, for common travelers, while a safe journey is always the priority, punctuality is also very important.
 
For CRI, I'm Liu Min.
 
Chinese Firms Still Battling Abroad
Recent surveys by the European and American Chambers49 of Commerce show many multinational50 firms operating in China believe they face unfair competition with domestic firms. Yet these firms are far more successful here than Chinese companies operating in developed markets. This has produced an imbalance in investment, provoking debate about future trade problems. CRI's Dominic Swire takes a closer look.
 
Lunchtime in a well-known American fast food restaurant in Beijing. Business certainly seems to be booming. But many foreign firms still complain about unfair competition with Chinese companies.
 
John Russell is managing director of Northhead, a PR consultancy operating in Beijing. He acknowledges running a business in China is not easy but says Chinese firms operating abroad face even greater challenges.
 
"What we are also seeing on the other hand are the challenges for Chinese companies entering developed markets, be it the US or the EU, are significant also. In fact the barriers seem to be even higher and the challenges even more daunting51."
 
One of the biggest obstacles is image. Jo Eatwell is from Chinese branding firm Shishi Ishi, based in London. She says China's image in the west is better than it used to be but still needs to improve.
 
"to distinguish 'made in China' and a Chinese brand compared to a brand from Japan, Singapore, Malaysia and so on, we need to come up with a sharper edge to bring out this image. At the moment this edge is still not so clear."
 
Not many Chinese brands are known abroad. But for foreign firms in China, it's a different story. As a result, discounting investment in bonds, there's much more money coming into China from developed nations than leaving it. In 2008, 4.5 billion euros was invested in China from the EU, but less than one percent of that figure went the other way. John Russell from Northhead again.
 
"What we're seeing from an investment point of view is an asymmetry52 and lack of balance between American investment in China, European investment in China and Chinese investment into both of those mature markets."
 
John Russell says correcting this imbalance could rely on many factors such as foreign countries opening to more investment, or Chinese firms improving competitiveness. But he warns of future trade disputes if politics enters the picture.
 
"Within trade and investment, there's always been a dynamic of quid pro15 quo. And the last factor I'd identify is where there's more pressure from the Chinese government. Particularly pressure on multinationals53 in China: 'Why should you be allowed to prosper54 and be profitable here when our economic operators cannot invest or prosper in your own country or the EU region?'
 
But not all are so pessimistic. Professor Zhao Zhongxiu is an expert in foreign trade at Beijing's University of International Business and Economics.
 
"I don't think the government will do this. I think the government will maintain a fair environment for the competition, I don't think the government will help to do this. Firms need to build their own competence55, not just basing this on the support of the government."
 
Chinese firms do appear to be making progress internationally. Market research firm Millward Brown says 12 of the 100 most valuable global brands are now Chinese. That's compared to just 3 from Brazil.
 
But for now Chinese consumers still love their American fast food.
 
For China Radio International, I'm Dominic Swire.
 
Newspaper Picks
 
Xinhua: New government guidelines here in China are being put in place to ensure there is one healthcare clinic for each village or a countryside doctor for every 1-thousand farmers, in the governments bid to improve rural health care services. According to Xinhua, they want to roll this out to all rural areas of China by the end of this year. This comes as good news for people living out in these areas as they have long had to make do with so called 'barefoot' doctors who have traditionally been unlicensed doctors only able to treat common illnesses. They also plan to ensure countryside doctors are trained well and have pension plans in place.

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1 quantitative TCpyg     
adj.数量的,定量的
参考例句:
  • He said it was only a quantitative difference.他说这仅仅是数量上的差别。
  • We need to do some quantitative analysis of the drugs.我们对药物要进行定量分析。
2 monetary pEkxb     
adj.货币的,钱的;通货的;金融的;财政的
参考例句:
  • The monetary system of some countries used to be based on gold.过去有些国家的货币制度是金本位制的。
  • Education in the wilderness is not a matter of monetary means.荒凉地区的教育不是钱财问题。
3 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。
4 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。
5 hack BQJz2     
n.劈,砍,出租马车;v.劈,砍,干咳
参考例句:
  • He made a hack at the log.他朝圆木上砍了一下。
  • Early settlers had to hack out a clearing in the forest where they could grow crops.早期移民不得不在森林里劈出空地种庄稼。
6 hacking KrIzgm     
n.非法访问计算机系统和数据库的活动
参考例句:
  • The patient with emphysema is hacking all day. 这个肺气肿病人整天不断地干咳。
  • We undertook the task of hacking our way through the jungle. 我们负责在丛林中开路。
7 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。
8 quota vSKxV     
n.(生产、进出口等的)配额,(移民的)限额
参考例句:
  • A restricted import quota was set for meat products.肉类产品设定了进口配额。
  • He overfulfilled his production quota for two months running.他一连两个月超额完成生产指标。
9 quotas 56efa1d6a3d7b4abe55e080dda812715     
(正式限定的)定量( quota的名词复数 ); 定额; 指标; 摊派
参考例句:
  • In fulfilling the production quotas, John made rings round all his fellow workers. 约翰完成生产定额大大超过他的同事们。
  • Quotas of the means of production are allocated by the higher administrative bodies to the lower ones. 物资指标按隶属关系分配。
10 breakdowns 919fc9fd80aa490eca3549d2d73016e3     
n.分解( breakdown的名词复数 );衰竭;(车辆或机器的)损坏;统计分析
参考例句:
  • Her old car was unreliable, so the trip was plagued by breakdowns. 她的旧车老不听使唤,一路上总是出故障。 来自辞典例句
  • How do we prevent these continual breakdowns? 我们如何防止这些一再出现的故障? 来自辞典例句
11 looms 802b73dd60a3cebff17088fed01c2705     
n.织布机( loom的名词复数 )v.隐约出现,阴森地逼近( loom的第三人称单数 );隐约出现,阴森地逼近
参考例句:
  • All were busily engaged,men at their ploughs,women at their looms. 大家都很忙,男的耕田,女的织布。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • The factory has twenty-five looms. 那家工厂有25台织布机。 来自《简明英汉词典》
12 calamitous Es8zL     
adj.灾难的,悲惨的;多灾多难;惨重
参考例句:
  • We are exposed to the most calamitous accidents. 我们遭受着极大的灾难。 来自辞典例句
  • Light reveals the subtle alteration of things, the sly or calamitous impermanence or mortal life. 事物的细微变动,人生的狡猾,倏忽无常,一一都在光中显露出来。 来自辞典例句
13 creditor tOkzI     
n.债仅人,债主,贷方
参考例句:
  • The boss assigned his car to his creditor.那工头把自己的小汽车让与了债权人。
  • I had to run away from my creditor whom I made a usurious loan.我借了高利贷不得不四处躲债。
14 treasury 7GeyP     
n.宝库;国库,金库;文库
参考例句:
  • The Treasury was opposed in principle to the proposals.财政部原则上反对这些提案。
  • This book is a treasury of useful information.这本书是有价值的信息宝库。
15 pro tk3zvX     
n.赞成,赞成的意见,赞成者
参考例句:
  • The two debating teams argued the question pro and con.辩论的两组从赞成与反对两方面辩这一问题。
  • Are you pro or con nuclear disarmament?你是赞成还是反对核裁军?
16 investor aq4zNm     
n.投资者,投资人
参考例句:
  • My nephew is a cautious investor.我侄子是个小心谨慎的投资者。
  • The investor believes that his investment will pay off handsomely soon.这个投资者相信他的投资不久会有相当大的收益。
17 investors dffc64354445b947454450e472276b99     
n.投资者,出资者( investor的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • a con man who bilked investors out of millions of dollars 诈取投资者几百万元的骗子
  • a cash bonanza for investors 投资者的赚钱机会
18 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》
19 regain YkYzPd     
vt.重新获得,收复,恢复
参考例句:
  • He is making a bid to regain his World No.1 ranking.他正为重登世界排名第一位而努力。
  • The government is desperate to regain credibility with the public.政府急于重新获取公众的信任。
20 momentum DjZy8     
n.动力,冲力,势头;动量
参考例句:
  • We exploit the energy and momentum conservation laws in this way.我们就是这样利用能量和动量守恒定律的。
  • The law of momentum conservation could supplant Newton's third law.动量守恒定律可以取代牛顿第三定律。
21 spoke XryyC     
n.(车轮的)辐条;轮辐;破坏某人的计划;阻挠某人的行动 v.讲,谈(speak的过去式);说;演说;从某种观点来说
参考例句:
  • They sourced the spoke nuts from our company.他们的轮辐螺帽是从我们公司获得的。
  • The spokes of a wheel are the bars that connect the outer ring to the centre.辐条是轮子上连接外圈与中心的条棒。
22 coastal WWiyh     
adj.海岸的,沿海的,沿岸的
参考例句:
  • The ocean waves are slowly eating away the coastal rocks.大海的波浪慢慢地侵蚀着岸边的岩石。
  • This country will fortify the coastal areas.该国将加强沿海地区的防御。
23 coordinated 72452d15f78aec5878c1559a1fbb5383     
adj.协调的
参考例句:
  • The sound has to be coordinated with the picture. 声音必须和画面协调一致。
  • The numerous existing statutes are complicated and poorly coordinated. 目前繁多的法令既十分复杂又缺乏快调。 来自英汉非文学 - 环境法 - 环境法
24 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。
25 diplomats ccde388e31f0f3bd6f4704d76a1c3319     
n.外交官( diplomat的名词复数 );有手腕的人,善于交际的人
参考例句:
  • These events led to the expulsion of senior diplomats from the country. 这些事件导致一些高级外交官被驱逐出境。
  • The court has no jurisdiction over foreign diplomats living in this country. 法院对驻本国的外交官无裁判权。 来自《简明英汉词典》
26 brooks cdbd33f49d2a6cef435e9a42e9c6670f     
n.小溪( brook的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • Brooks gave the business when Haas caught him with his watch. 哈斯抓到偷他的手表的布鲁克斯时,狠狠地揍了他一顿。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Ade and Brooks exchanged blows yesterday and they were severely punished today. 艾德和布鲁克斯昨天打起来了,今天他们受到严厉的惩罚。 来自《简明英汉词典》
27 previously bkzzzC     
adv.以前,先前(地)
参考例句:
  • The bicycle tyre blew out at a previously damaged point.自行车胎在以前损坏过的地方又爆开了。
  • Let me digress for a moment and explain what had happened previously.让我岔开一会儿,解释原先发生了什么。
28 holder wc4xq     
n.持有者,占有者;(台,架等)支持物
参考例句:
  • The holder of the office of chairman is reponsible for arranging meetings.担任主席职位的人负责安排会议。
  • That runner is the holder of the world record for the hundred-yard dash.那位运动员是一百码赛跑世界纪录的保持者。
29 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。
30 bribery Lxdz7Z     
n.贿络行为,行贿,受贿
参考例句:
  • FBI found out that the senator committed bribery.美国联邦调查局查明这个参议员有受贿行为。
  • He was charged with bribery.他被指控受贿。
31 curbs 33e58ba55cb8445083b74c118601eb9a     
v.限制,克制,抑制( curb的第三人称单数 )
参考例句:
  • In executing his functions he is not bound by any legal curbs on his power. 在他履行职务时,他的权力是不受任何法律约束的。 来自辞典例句
  • Curbs on air travel were being worked out and would shortly be announced. 限制航空旅行的有关规定正在拟定中,不久即将公布。 来自辞典例句
32 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
33 negotiations af4b5f3e98e178dd3c4bac64b625ecd0     
协商( negotiation的名词复数 ); 谈判; 完成(难事); 通过
参考例句:
  • negotiations for a durable peace 为持久和平而进行的谈判
  • Negotiations have failed to establish any middle ground. 谈判未能达成任何妥协。
34 lucrative dADxp     
adj.赚钱的,可获利的
参考例句:
  • He decided to turn his hobby into a lucrative sideline.他决定把自己的爱好变成赚钱的副业。
  • It was not a lucrative profession.那是一个没有多少油水的职业。
35 ministry kD5x2     
n.(政府的)部;牧师
参考例句:
  • They sent a deputation to the ministry to complain.他们派了一个代表团到部里投诉。
  • We probed the Air Ministry statements.我们调查了空军部的记录。
36 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。
37 smelting da3aff64f83e01ef85af6da3b7d675d5     
n.熔炼v.熔炼,提炼(矿石)( smelt的现在分词 )
参考例句:
  • a method of smelting iron 一种炼铁方法
  • Fire provided a means of smelting ores. 火提供了熔炼矿石的手段。 来自辞典例句
38 standardize UuMwl     
v.使符合标准,使标准化
参考例句:
  • We will extend and standardize legal services and provide effective legal aid.拓展和规范法律服务,积极开展法律援助。
  • There is a drive both to standardise components and to reduce the number of models on offer.正在为实现零部件标准化和减少推出的型号数量而努力。
39 defense AxbxB     
n.防御,保卫;[pl.]防务工事;辩护,答辩
参考例句:
  • The accused has the right to defense.被告人有权获得辩护。
  • The war has impacted the area with military and defense workers.战争使那个地区挤满了军队和防御工程人员。
40 livelihood sppzWF     
n.生计,谋生之道
参考例句:
  • Appropriate arrangements will be made for their work and livelihood.他们的工作和生活会得到妥善安排。
  • My father gained a bare livelihood of family by his own hands.父亲靠自己的双手勉强维持家计。
41 analysts 167ff30c5034ca70abe2d60a6e760448     
分析家,化验员( analyst的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • City analysts forecast huge profits this year. 伦敦金融分析家预测今年的利润非常丰厚。
  • I was impressed by the high calibre of the researchers and analysts. 研究人员和分析人员的高素质给我留下了深刻印象。
42 dwindling f139f57690cdca2d2214f172b39dc0b9     
adj.逐渐减少的v.逐渐变少或变小( dwindle的现在分词 )
参考例句:
  • The number of wild animals on the earth is dwindling. 地球上野生动物的数量正日渐减少。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • He is struggling to come to terms with his dwindling authority. 他正努力适应自己权力被削弱这一局面。 来自辞典例句
43 culled 14df4bc70f6bf01d83bf7c2929113cee     
v.挑选,剔除( cull的过去式和过去分词 )
参考例句:
  • The herd must be culled. 必须有选择地杀掉部分牧畜。 来自辞典例句
  • The facts were culled from various sources. 这些事实是从各方收集到的。 来自辞典例句
44 malfunctions 64c05567e561af2cfe003c5ee39ec174     
n.故障,功能障碍(malfunction的复数形式)vi.失灵(malfunction的第三人称单数形式)
参考例句:
  • The mood of defeat was as pervasive as the odor of malfunctions and decay. 失败的情绪就象损坏腐烂的臭味一样弥漫全艇。 来自辞典例句
  • Possibility of engine malfunctions due to moisture, are lessened. 发动机故障的可能性,由于水分,也将减少。 来自互联网
45 sensors 029aee483db9ae244d7a5cb353e74602     
n.传感器,灵敏元件( sensor的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • There were more than 2000 sensors here. 这里装有两千多个灵敏元件。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Significant changes have been noted where sensors were exposed to trichloride. 当传感器暴露在三氯化物中时,有很大变化。 来自辞典例句
46 escalates 790680411ad69a694a6934c6db897a04     
v.(使)逐步升级( escalate的第三人称单数 );(使)逐步扩大;(使)更高;(使)更大
参考例句:
  • As the challenge escalates, the need for teamwork elevates. 面临的挑战越大,越需要团队协同合作。 来自互联网
  • I cannot understand why a minor disagreement escalates into a fist-fight. 我真不明白为什么一点意见不合就变成了拳头相见。 来自互联网
47 cramped 287c2bb79385d19c466ec2df5b5ce970     
a.狭窄的
参考例句:
  • The house was terribly small and cramped, but the agent described it as a bijou residence. 房子十分狭小拥挤,但经纪人却把它说成是小巧别致的住宅。
  • working in cramped conditions 在拥挤的环境里工作
48 stuffy BtZw0     
adj.不透气的,闷热的
参考例句:
  • It's really hot and stuffy in here.这里实在太热太闷了。
  • It was so stuffy in the tent that we could sense the air was heavy with moisture.帐篷里很闷热,我们感到空气都是潮的。
49 chambers c053984cd45eab1984d2c4776373c4fe     
n.房间( chamber的名词复数 );(议会的)议院;卧室;会议厅
参考例句:
  • The body will be removed into one of the cold storage chambers. 尸体将被移到一个冷冻间里。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Mr Chambers's readable book concentrates on the middle passage: the time Ransome spent in Russia. Chambers先生的这本值得一看的书重点在中间:Ransome在俄国的那几年。 来自互联网
50 multinational FnrzdL     
adj.多国的,多种国籍的;n.多国籍公司,跨国公司
参考例句:
  • The firm was taken over by a multinational consulting firm.这家公司被一个跨国咨询公司收购。
  • He analyzed the relationship between multinational corporations and under-developed countries.他分析了跨国公司和不发达国家之间的关系。
51 daunting daunting     
adj.使人畏缩的
参考例句:
  • They were faced with the daunting task of restoring the house.他们面临着修复房子的艰巨任务。
  • Starting a new job can be a daunting prospect.开始一项新工作有时会让人望而却步。
52 asymmetry zyIzlK     
n.不对称;adj.不对称的,不对等的
参考例句:
  • These bands must introduce longitudinal asymmetry in the planetary albedo.这些云带必定引起行星反照率的经向不对称性。
  • In any event the asymmetry is clear enough.总之,不对称是非常明显的。
53 multinationals 62535937a7268e716f9c1a6586b6cc78     
跨国公司( multinational的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • These local companies are only small fry compared with the huge multinationals. 同那些跨国公司比,这些当地的公司不过是小鱼小虾。
  • Some people believe that the multinationals have too much power. 有人认为跨国公司的权力太大了。
54 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。
55 competence NXGzV     
n.能力,胜任,称职
参考例句:
  • This mess is a poor reflection on his competence.这种混乱情况说明他难当此任。
  • These are matters within the competence of the court.这些是法院权限以内的事。
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