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News & Reports 2011-12-04

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

 
In This Edition
 
Pakistanis stage demonstrations1 across the country protesting against the US and NATO's airstrike on Pakistani military checkpoint that killed 24 people.
 
Iranian diplomats2 expelled from London in retaliation3 for attacks on British compounds in Tehran arrive home.
 
US Defense4 Secretary Leon Panetta calls on Israel to take diplomatic steps to address the growing isolation5 in the Middle East.
 
Two giant pandas are leaving their home in southwest China and being sent as gifts to Scotland.
 
 
Hot Issue Reports
 
Pakistanis stage anti-US protests following killing6 of soldiers
Pakistanis have staged demonstrations across various cities in protest against the United States and NATO following a recent airstrike on Pakistani soil that killed 24 people.
 
In Karachi, around a thousand people took to the streets to vent7 their fury.
 
Protesters chanted, "Whoever is a friend of the United States is a traitor8 to this land," while others burned an American flag.
 
In the capital Islamabad, hundreds of activists9 of various religious and political backgrounds took part in the protest.
Mulana Hafeez, a local party leader, says Pakistan should cease relations with the United States.
 
"The Pakistani government should close down airspace with America and expel the ambassador. The US embassy should close down. This is our reaction. The Pakistani government should cut down relations."
 
Last week's bombing of two Pakistani border checkpoints by American aircraft left two dozen soldiers dead and sparked a major crisis in relations between Washington and Islamabad.
 
NATO and the U.S. have expressed regret but rejected Pakistani descriptions of the incident as a deliberate act of aggression10.
 
 
Investigation11 of NATO attack on Pak underway: Pentagon
The Pentagon says last weekend's NATO airstrike against northwest Pakistan's military checkpoint was part of a "military engagement."
 
U.S. Military spokesman Captain John Kirby briefed the press that the Pentagon has "expressed remorse13 and regret for the loss of life" but stopped short of apologizing for the NATO airstrike that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers.
 
"In this case, this was clearly a military engagement. It is under investigation, and we are going to let that investigation proceed, and we are going to go from there."
 
The attack prompted Islamabad to close several border gates, a move that will seriously impact the United States' ability to deliver supplies to troops in Afghanistan.
 
Kirby said there had been no "appreciable14 impact" on the US' ability to operate inside Afghanistan, but acknowledged that it had only been several days since the gates had been closed.
 
Prior to the incident, half of all supplies for NATO forces in Afghanistan were transported into the country via Pakistani border crossings.
 
U.S. Defense Sec laments15 Israel's growing isolation in the Middle East
U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has called on Israel to take diplomatic steps to address what he described as its growing isolation in the Middle East.
 
Panetta made the remarks at a Brookings Institution forum16 in Washington. He stressed U.S. efforts to bolster17 regional stability and to safeguard Israel's security.
 
"Israel, too, has a responsibility to pursue these shared goals -- to build regional support for Israel and the United States' security objectives."
 
But he adds that the importance of strong diplomacy18 cannot be overestimated19.
 
"I believe security is dependent on a strong military but it is also dependent on strong diplomacy. And unfortunately, over the past year, we've seen Israel's isolation from its traditional security partners in the region grow."
 
Panetta also lamented20 the moribund21 peace process between Israel and Palestine.
 
Panetta's comments echoes remarks he made on a visit to Israel in October, his first since taking over as defense secretary in September.
 
Israel's relations with Turkey has worsened since last year when Israeli commandos boarded an aid flotilla challenging a naval22 blockade of the Palestinian enclave of Gaza, killing nine Turks in ensuing clashes.
 
Israel is also closely watching developments in Egypt, where the country's new rulers may be more susceptible24 to widespread anti-Israeli sentiment than it was under ousted25 president, Hosni Mubarak.
 
 
Surveillance footage of alleged26 recent assassination27 attempt on Iraqi PM
Iraqi military spokesman Qassim al-Moussawi says an explosion last Monday in the Green Zone, a protected area in central Baghdad, was an assassination attempt against Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maliki.
 
"Military intelligence suggests that the car was trying to get into the Parliament parking lot to park there and wait for the arrival of Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki to target him."
 
Al-Moussawi says an attacker was able to get a vehicle carrying about 20 kilograms of explosives into the Green Zone and then tried to join a convoy28 of other vehicles going into the parliament grounds.
 
But at a checkpoint leading into the parliament compound, guards prevented the driver from going any farther because he did not have proper authorisation.
 
The driver then drove to a parking area just opposite the parliament entrance where many lawmakers or their staff park, and the vehicle exploded seconds later.
 
Al-Moussawi says members from an extremist group have confessed that the bomb was supposed to go off when Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki visited the parliament during an upcoming session.
 
Green Zone in central Baghdad is the most protected area in Iraq and houses the US Embassy, the Iraqi parliament and the homes of many Iraqi government officials.
 
Iranian diplomats expelled from Britain arrive in Tehran
Iranian diplomats expelled from London in retaliation for attacks on British compounds in Tehran have arrived home, sealing Iran's most serious diplomatic rift29 with the West in decades.
 
About 150 supporters waiting with flower necklaces had gathered at Tehran airport to give the roughly two dozen diplomats and their families a hero's welcome.
 
A student demonstrator spoke12 on the condition of anonymity30.
 
"We have come here to welcome the ambassador of Iran from the UK. We are very happy that they have returned. We don't need an Iranian embassy there."
 
But the Iranian government, apparently31 opposed to any high-profile display that could worsen the fallout, took the diplomats off unseen from a backdoor.
 
The storming of the British Embassy and residential32 complex earlier this week has deepened Iran's isolation, which has grown over the decade-long standoff with the West over its nuclear programme.
 
Germany, France and the Netherlands have recalled their ambassadors, and Italy and Spain summoned Iranian envoys33 to condemn34 the attacks.
 
It amounted to the most serious diplomatic fallout with the West since the 1979 takeover of the US Embassy after the Islamic Revolution.
 
Iran's relations with Britain have become increasingly strained in recent months, largely due to tensions over Tehran's refusal to halt uranium enrichment, a key component35 of its nuclear programme.
 
Egypt announces initial election results
Egypt's election commission has announced an initial parliament election results, saying voters cast ballots36 in the highest turnout in the country's modern history.
 
The voting was the first of three rounds for about 30 percent of the 498 seats in the People's Assembly, the lower house.
Abdel-Mooaez Ibrahim, head of the High Election Commission, described the turnout as "the highest since the time of pharaohs."
 
"The total number of voters in these elections is 13, 614, 525 and the total who voted in this election is 8,449,115. So, the percentage of eligible37 voters who took part is 62 percent. This is the highest since the time of pharaohs in Egypt".
But many voters fear that the political parties are only motivated by their self-interest.
 
Atef Dawoud is worried about factions38 emerging in Egyptian politics.
 
"How we can hold a fair election at this time unless something tricky39 happens? I think deals have been done. This would divide Egyptians into factions. After this election, rifts40 could erupt between Muslims and Christians41."
 
The election is the first of its kind since uprisings ousted long-serving Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in February.
 
Three more rounds before March will elect the less powerful upper house.
 
Chavez opens summit of Latin America and Caribbean leaders; roundtable
Heads of state and ministers representing 33 Latin American and Caribbean nations are now attending a two-day summit in Caracas, Venezuela.
 
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is hosting the meeting of a new regional bloc23: the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC).
 
Chavez says he hopes it acts as a counterweight to US and Canada and put an end to Washington's hegemonic influence in the American continent.
 
"The then president, it was 1823, James Monroe launched this thesis: America for the Americans. Already before that, US president Thomas Jefferson had said the destiny of the US would be to swallow one by one all the old Spanish colonies. This is how the US were born. It is in their nature. Let's hope they change someday."
 
The summit is Chavez's international debut42 after months of cancer treatment that forced him to postpone43 the meeting originally scheduled for July.
 
The 33-nation bloc includes every country in Latin America and the Caribbean.
 
Unlike the Washington-based Organisation44 of American States, or OAS, it will have Cuba as a full member and will exclude the US and Canada.
 
US unemployment lowest in over two years
The U.S. Labor45 Department says the country's unemployment rate is down to 8.6 percent in November, the lowest in two-and-a-half years.
 
Figures indicate the U.S. added 120-thousand jobs last month.
 
President Barack Obama welcomed the news and encouraged Congress to extend a tax cut that applies to 160 million Americans but is set to expire at year's end.
 
"We need to keep that growth going. Right now, that means Congress needs to extend the payroll46 tax cut for working Americans for another year. Congress needs to renew unemployment insurance for Americans who are still out there pounding the pavement looking for work. Failure to take either of these steps would be a significant blow to our economy."
 
Unemployment was 9 percent in October and had been stuck near or above that level since mid-2008.
 
But even with the recent gains, analysts48 say the U.S. economy is not close to replacing jobs lost in the recession.
 
Employers began shedding workers in February 2008 and cut nearly 8.7 million jobs for the next 25 months.
The economy has just regained49 about 2.5 million jobs.
 
Honda recalls 300-thousand vehicles for airbag problems
Japanese automaker Honda has announced a recall of 304-thousand vehicles globally for airbags that may inflate50 with too much pressure during crashes.
 
The air bags send metal and plastic pieces flying and could cause injuries or deaths.
 
Honda says so far, there have been 20 accidents related to this problem, including two deaths in the United States in 2009. It says the cause of the problem was the use of incorrect material in the chemical used to deploy51 air bags.
 
Ali al-Saffar, chief automotive analyst47 at the Economist52 Intelligence Unit, says the recall has not come at a good moment for Honda.
 
"At a time when South Korean manufacturers are on the up, and Honda is losing market share, particularly in the United States, where it has fallen from ten-and-a-half percent to nine percent this year, it just compounds some of its miseries53 really."
 
The latest recall is an expansion of recalls for the same problem in 2008, which were carried out again in 2009 as well as last year.
 
The Tokyo-based automaker says the recall now covers a total of about two million vehicles worldwide.
 
Two giant pandas to stay in Scotland for ten years as gift
Two giant pandas will leave their home in southwest China and be sent as gifts to zookeepers in Scotland.
 
Tian Tian and Yang Guang, whose names mean Sweetie and Sunshine in English, will make the trip by plane on Sunday.
The eight-year-old pair has been raised at the Giant Panda Conservation and Research Center in Ya'an, Sichuan Province.  
 
Xie Hao, a keeper at the center, has known them both since they were young.
 
"Tian Tian is a female panda, so she is relatively54 shy and much more aware of her surroundings. So perhaps she will need longer to acclimatize to the new environment. Yang Guang is livelier, likes to be close to people, and is used to having lots of people around. He may get used to it faster." 
 
The pandas will be kept at Edinburgh Zoo for a ten-year period, after which they and any babies they have will return to China.
 
Since the 1950s, China has given pandas to other nations as gestures of goodwill55 in what has come to be known as panda diplomacy.
 
China gave its first pair of giant pandas to Britain in 1974.
 
Mexico suffers worst drought in 70 years
Mexico is suffering its worst drought in at least 70 years with some 1.7 million farm animals dead and more than 2 million acres of crops withered56.
 
Five states in northern Mexico have borne the brunt of the disaster.
 
Miguel Alonso, Governor of Zacatecas, says the situation there is serious.
 
"The situation on the Zacatecas fields is really grave. Farmers find it impossible to produce even their own food."
The government is loading water to 2.5 million people living in villages scattered57 across the northern states. Authorities are also providing food for poor farmers who have lost all their crops.
 
The drought started last fall with the arrival of the La Nina weather system that causes below-normal rainfall.
 
CRI marks 70th Anniversary
China's state-run broadcaster China Radio International (CRI) marked its 70th founding anniversary on Saturday at a high-profile ceremony in Beijing.
 
With the highest number of language services among international broadcasters, CRI now determines to make it a leading multi-media organization in the world. Wei Tong has more.
 
The celebratory event at the Great Hall of the People in downtown Beijing drew the attendance of more than 700 people, including senior publicity58 officials, foreign ambassadors and foreign audience representatives.
 
Liu Yunshan, head of the Publicity Department of the CPC Central Committee, made remarks at the ceremony. He praised CRI as a driving force in overseas broadcasting, and called on CRI to accelerate the establishment of a modern international media group.
 
"China Radio International, as the main force in China's overseas broadcasting, should revolve59 around the central task of the party and state. It should well depict60 China's economic development and people's lives. Meanwhile, CRI should vividly61 demonstrate the essence and unique glamour62 of the Chinese culture and continuously deepen the understanding of the world about China and its development path."
 
CRI's history traces back to December 3rd, 1941, when the then Yan'an New China Broadcasting Station launched its first service in Japanese.
 
CRI now boasts the greatest number of language services among international media around the globe. It disseminates63 information in 61 languages via a wide range of means, including radio, television, newspapers, internet and mobile phones.
 
CRI listeners from across the globe have sent their best wishes to their beloved radio.
 
"I listen to China radio on AM radio in my town of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. And I listen every day and I want to send my best wishes to the Chinese people on the 70th anniversary of China Radio International."
 
"Happy birthday to China Radio International! We're delighted that listeners in Japan can get a good understanding about China's politics, economy and culture through CRI."
 
While speaking at the ceremony, CRI Director-General Wang Gengnian, vowed64 to further the achievement of the media organization.
 
"At present, China Radio International stands at an important point in its development. We should speed up the pace of building it a modern and comprehensive international media. Also we must continuously improve our communication skills and come up with more programs so as to open a new chapter of CRI."
 
Several foreign dignitaries, including Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari and Italian President Giorgio Napolitano have sent congratulatory letters for the event.
 
China Daily: New Power Rates Will Lower Electricity Use
 
China's National Development and Reform Commission will raise electricity rates for nonresidential users and implement65 a three-tier residential pricing system based on higher fees for those who consume more electricity.
 
An editorial in "China Daily" praised the move and said it expects the policy to help with the country's efforts to address climate change. It goes on to say the new three-tier pricing system means that the 5 percent of residential users who consume the most electricity will be charged the highest price, while rates will remain the same for some 80 percent of consumers. It also notes that the policy will give consumers with financial difficulties 10 to 15 kilowatts66 of free electricity each month.
 
The editorial continues that the proposed pricing system ultimately will be an effective way to reduce the financial burden on most residential electricity users by increasing power prices as well as decrease the country's demand for energy.
 
The editorial expects that higher fees for residential consumers who consume a lot of electricity will encourage them to reduce their energy use. It points out that the policy also will be in line with China's efforts to address climate change and protect the environment.
 
In conclusion, the editorial says local governments should make good practical plans to ensure the new pricing system works effectively so that consumers who use excessive amounts of power pay more for their "un-green" lifestyles.

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1 demonstrations 0922be6a2a3be4bdbebd28c620ab8f2d     
证明( demonstration的名词复数 ); 表明; 表达; 游行示威
参考例句:
  • Lectures will be interspersed with practical demonstrations. 讲课中将不时插入实际示范。
  • The new military government has banned strikes and demonstrations. 新的军人政府禁止罢工和示威活动。
2 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》
3 retaliation PWwxD     
n.报复,反击
参考例句:
  • retaliation against UN workers 对联合国工作人员的报复
  • He never said a single word in retaliation. 他从未说过一句反击的话。 来自《简明英汉词典》
4 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。
5 isolation 7qMzTS     
n.隔离,孤立,分解,分离
参考例句:
  • The millionaire lived in complete isolation from the outside world.这位富翁过着与世隔绝的生活。
  • He retired and lived in relative isolation.他退休后,生活比较孤寂。
6 killing kpBziQ     
n.巨额利润;突然赚大钱,发大财
参考例句:
  • Investors are set to make a killing from the sell-off.投资者准备清仓以便大赚一笔。
  • Last week my brother made a killing on Wall Street.上个周我兄弟在华尔街赚了一大笔。
7 vent yiPwE     
n.通风口,排放口;开衩;vt.表达,发泄
参考例句:
  • He gave vent to his anger by swearing loudly.他高声咒骂以发泄他的愤怒。
  • When the vent became plugged,the engine would stop.当通风口被堵塞时,发动机就会停转。
8 traitor GqByW     
n.叛徒,卖国贼
参考例句:
  • The traitor was finally found out and put in prison.那个卖国贼终于被人发现并被监禁了起来。
  • He was sold out by a traitor and arrested.他被叛徒出卖而被捕了。
9 activists 90fd83cc3f53a40df93866d9c91bcca4     
n.(政治活动的)积极分子,活动家( activist的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • His research work was attacked by animal rights activists . 他的研究受到了动物权益维护者的抨击。
  • Party activists with lower middle class pedigrees are numerous. 党的激进分子中有很多出身于中产阶级下层。 来自《简明英汉词典》
10 aggression WKjyF     
n.进攻,侵略,侵犯,侵害
参考例句:
  • So long as we are firmly united, we need fear no aggression.只要我们紧密地团结,就不必惧怕外来侵略。
  • Her view is that aggression is part of human nature.她认为攻击性是人类本性的一部份。
11 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。
12 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。
13 remorse lBrzo     
n.痛恨,悔恨,自责
参考例句:
  • She had no remorse about what she had said.她对所说的话不后悔。
  • He has shown no remorse for his actions.他对自己的行为没有任何悔恨之意。
14 appreciable KNWz7     
adj.明显的,可见的,可估量的,可觉察的
参考例句:
  • There is no appreciable distinction between the twins.在这对孪生子之间看不出有什么明显的差别。
  • We bought an appreciable piece of property.我们买下的资产有增值的潜力。
15 laments f706f3a425c41502d626857197898b57     
n.悲恸,哀歌,挽歌( lament的名词复数 )v.(为…)哀悼,痛哭,悲伤( lament的第三人称单数 )
参考例句:
  • In the poem he laments the destruction of the countryside. 在那首诗里他对乡村遭到的破坏流露出悲哀。
  • In this book he laments the slight interest shown in his writings. 在该书中他慨叹人们对他的著作兴趣微弱。 来自辞典例句
16 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。
17 bolster ltOzK     
n.枕垫;v.支持,鼓励
参考例句:
  • The high interest rates helped to bolster up the economy.高利率使经济更稳健。
  • He tried to bolster up their morale.他尽力鼓舞他们的士气。
18 diplomacy gu9xk     
n.外交;外交手腕,交际手腕
参考例句:
  • The talks have now gone into a stage of quiet diplomacy.会谈现在已经进入了“温和外交”阶段。
  • This was done through the skill in diplomacy. 这是通过外交手腕才做到的。
19 overestimated 3ea9652f4f5fa3d13a818524edff9444     
对(数量)估计过高,对…作过高的评价( overestimate的过去式和过去分词 )
参考例句:
  • They overestimated his ability when they promoted him. 他们提拔他的时候高估了他的能力。
  • The Ministry of Finance consistently overestimated its budget deficits. 财政部一贯高估预算赤字。
20 lamented b6ae63144a98bc66c6a97351aea85970     
adj.被哀悼的,令人遗憾的v.(为…)哀悼,痛哭,悲伤( lament的过去式和过去分词 )
参考例句:
  • her late lamented husband 她那令人怀念的已故的丈夫
  • We lamented over our bad luck. 我们为自己的不幸而悲伤。 来自《简明英汉词典》
21 moribund B6hz3     
adj.即将结束的,垂死的
参考例句:
  • The moribund Post Office Advisory Board was replaced.这个不起作用的邮局顾问委员会已被替换。
  • Imperialism is monopolistic,parasitic and moribund capitalism.帝国主义是垄断的、寄生的、垂死的资本主义。
22 naval h1lyU     
adj.海军的,军舰的,船的
参考例句:
  • He took part in a great naval battle.他参加了一次大海战。
  • The harbour is an important naval base.该港是一个重要的海军基地。
23 bloc RxFzsg     
n.集团;联盟
参考例句:
  • A solid bloc of union members support the decision.工会会员团结起来支持该决定。
  • There have been growing tensions within the trading bloc.贸易同盟国的关系越来越紧张。
24 susceptible 4rrw7     
adj.过敏的,敏感的;易动感情的,易受感动的
参考例句:
  • Children are more susceptible than adults.孩子比成人易受感动。
  • We are all susceptible to advertising.我们都易受广告的影响。
25 ousted 1c8f4f95f3bcc86657d7ec7543491ed6     
驱逐( oust的过去式和过去分词 ); 革职; 罢黜; 剥夺
参考例句:
  • He was ousted as chairman. 他的主席职务被革除了。
  • He may be ousted by a military takeover. 他可能在一场军事接管中被赶下台。
26 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
27 assassination BObyy     
n.暗杀;暗杀事件
参考例句:
  • The assassination of the president brought matters to a head.总统遭暗杀使事态到了严重关头。
  • Lincoln's assassination in 1865 shocked the whole nation.1865年,林肯遇刺事件震惊全美国。
28 convoy do6zu     
vt.护送,护卫,护航;n.护送;护送队
参考例句:
  • The convoy was snowed up on the main road.护送队被大雪困在干路上了。
  • Warships will accompany the convoy across the Atlantic.战舰将护送该船队过大西洋。
29 rift bCEzt     
n.裂口,隙缝,切口;v.裂开,割开,渗入
参考例句:
  • He was anxious to mend the rift between the two men.他急于弥合这两个人之间的裂痕。
  • The sun appeared through a rift in the clouds.太阳从云层间隙中冒出来。
30 anonymity IMbyq     
n.the condition of being anonymous
参考例句:
  • Names of people in the book were changed to preserve anonymity. 为了姓名保密,书中的人用的都是化名。
  • Our company promises to preserve the anonymity of all its clients. 我们公司承诺不公开客户的姓名。
31 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。
32 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。
33 envoys fe850873669d975a9344f0cba10070d2     
使节( envoy的名词复数 ); 公使; 谈判代表; 使节身份
参考例句:
  • the routine tit for tat when countries expel each other's envoys 国家相互驱逐对方使节这种惯常的报复行动
  • Marco Polo's travelogue mentions that Kublai Khan sent envoys to Malgache. 马可波罗游记中提到忽必烈曾派使节到马尔加什。
34 condemn zpxzp     
vt.谴责,指责;宣判(罪犯),判刑
参考例句:
  • Some praise him,whereas others condemn him.有些人赞扬他,而有些人谴责他。
  • We mustn't condemn him on mere suppositions.我们不可全凭臆测来指责他。
35 component epSzv     
n.组成部分,成分,元件;adj.组成的,合成的
参考例句:
  • Each component is carefully checked before assembly.每个零件在装配前都经过仔细检查。
  • Blade and handle are the component parts of a knife.刀身和刀柄是一把刀的组成部分。
36 ballots 06ecb554beff6a03babca6234edefde4     
n.投票表决( ballot的名词复数 );选举;选票;投票总数v.(使)投票表决( ballot的第三人称单数 )
参考例句:
  • They're counting the ballots. 他们正在计算选票。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • The news of rigged ballots has rubbed off much of the shine of their election victory. 他们操纵选票的消息使他们在选举中获得的胜利大为减色。 来自《简明英汉词典》
37 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。
38 factions 4b94ab431d5bc8729c89bd040e9ab892     
组织中的小派别,派系( faction的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • The gens also lives on in the "factions." 氏族此外还继续存在于“factions〔“帮”〕中。 来自英汉非文学 - 家庭、私有制和国家的起源
  • rival factions within the administration 政府中的对立派别
39 tricky 9fCzyd     
adj.狡猾的,奸诈的;(工作等)棘手的,微妙的
参考例句:
  • I'm in a rather tricky position.Can you help me out?我的处境很棘手,你能帮我吗?
  • He avoided this tricky question and talked in generalities.他回避了这个非常微妙的问题,只做了个笼统的表述。
40 rifts 7dd59953b3c57f1d1ab39d9082c70f92     
n.裂缝( rift的名词复数 );裂隙;分裂;不和
参考例句:
  • After that, through the rifts in the inky clouds sparkled redder and yet more luminous particles. 然后在几条墨蓝色云霞的隙缝里闪出几个更红更亮的小片。 来自汉英文学 - 现代散文
  • The Destinies mend rifts in time as man etches fate. 当人类想要再次亵渎命运的时候,命运及时修正了这些裂痕。 来自互联网
41 Christians 28e6e30f94480962cc721493f76ca6c6     
n.基督教徒( Christian的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • Christians of all denominations attended the conference. 基督教所有教派的人都出席了这次会议。
  • His novel about Jesus caused a furore among Christians. 他关于耶稣的小说激起了基督教徒的公愤。
42 debut IxGxy     
n.首次演出,初次露面
参考例句:
  • That same year he made his Broadway debut, playing a suave radio journalist.在那同一年里,他初次在百老汇登台,扮演一个温文而雅的电台记者。
  • The actress made her debut in the new comedy.这位演员在那出新喜剧中首次登台演出。
43 postpone rP0xq     
v.延期,推迟
参考例句:
  • I shall postpone making a decision till I learn full particulars.在未获悉详情之前我得从缓作出决定。
  • She decided to postpone the converastion for that evening.她决定当天晚上把谈话搁一搁。
44 organisation organisation     
n.组织,安排,团体,有机休
参考例句:
  • The method of his organisation work is worth commending.他的组织工作的方法值得称道。
  • His application for membership of the organisation was rejected.他想要加入该组织的申请遭到了拒绝。
45 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。
46 payroll YmQzUB     
n.工资表,在职人员名单,工薪总额
参考例句:
  • His yearly payroll is $1.2 million.他的年薪是120万美元。
  • I can't wait to get my payroll check.我真等不及拿到我的工资单了。
47 analyst gw7zn     
n.分析家,化验员;心理分析学家
参考例句:
  • What can you contribute to the position of a market analyst?你有什么技能可有助于市场分析员的职务?
  • The analyst is required to interpolate values between standards.分析人员需要在这些标准中插入一些值。
48 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。
49 regained 51ada49e953b830c8bd8fddd6bcd03aa     
复得( regain的过去式和过去分词 ); 赢回; 重回; 复至某地
参考例句:
  • The majority of the people in the world have regained their liberty. 世界上大多数人已重获自由。
  • She hesitated briefly but quickly regained her poise. 她犹豫片刻,但很快恢复了镇静。
50 inflate zbGz8     
vt.使膨胀,使骄傲,抬高(物价)
参考例句:
  • The buyers bid against each other and often inflate the prices they pay.买主们竞相投标,往往人为地提高价钱。
  • Stuart jumped into the sea and inflated the liferaft.斯图尔特跳到海里给救生艇充气。
51 deploy Yw8x7     
v.(军)散开成战斗队形,布置,展开
参考例句:
  • The infantry began to deploy at dawn.步兵黎明时开始进入战斗位置。
  • The president said he had no intention of deploying ground troops.总统称并不打算部署地面部队。
52 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。
53 miseries c95fd996533633d2e276d3dd66941888     
n.痛苦( misery的名词复数 );痛苦的事;穷困;常发牢骚的人
参考例句:
  • They forgot all their fears and all their miseries in an instant. 他们马上忘记了一切恐惧和痛苦。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
  • I'm suffering the miseries of unemployment. 我正为失业而痛苦。 来自《简明英汉词典》
54 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。
55 goodwill 4fuxm     
n.善意,亲善,信誉,声誉
参考例句:
  • His heart is full of goodwill to all men.他心里对所有人都充满着爱心。
  • We paid £10,000 for the shop,and £2000 for its goodwill.我们用一万英镑买下了这家商店,两千英镑买下了它的信誉。
56 withered 342a99154d999c47f1fc69d900097df9     
adj. 枯萎的,干瘪的,(人身体的部分器官)因病萎缩的或未发育良好的 动词wither的过去式和过去分词形式
参考例句:
  • The grass had withered in the warm sun. 这些草在温暖的阳光下枯死了。
  • The leaves of this tree have become dry and withered. 这棵树下的叶子干枯了。
57 scattered 7jgzKF     
adj.分散的,稀疏的;散步的;疏疏落落的
参考例句:
  • Gathering up his scattered papers,he pushed them into his case.他把散乱的文件收拾起来,塞进文件夹里。
58 publicity ASmxx     
n.众所周知,闻名;宣传,广告
参考例句:
  • The singer star's marriage got a lot of publicity.这位歌星的婚事引起了公众的关注。
  • He dismissed the event as just a publicity gimmick.他不理会这件事,只当它是一种宣传手法。
59 revolve NBBzX     
vi.(使)旋转;循环出现
参考例句:
  • The planets revolve around the sun.行星绕着太阳运转。
  • The wheels began to revolve slowly.车轮开始慢慢转动。
60 depict Wmdz5     
vt.描画,描绘;描写,描述
参考例句:
  • I don't care to see plays or films that depict murders or violence.我不喜欢看描写谋杀或暴力的戏剧或电影。
  • Children's books often depict farmyard animals as gentle,lovable creatures.儿童图书常常把农场的动物描写得温和而可爱。
61 vividly tebzrE     
adv.清楚地,鲜明地,生动地
参考例句:
  • The speaker pictured the suffering of the poor vividly.演讲者很生动地描述了穷人的生活。
  • The characters in the book are vividly presented.这本书里的人物写得栩栩如生。
62 glamour Keizv     
n.魔力,魅力;vt.迷住
参考例句:
  • Foreign travel has lost its glamour for her.到国外旅行对她已失去吸引力了。
  • The moonlight cast a glamour over the scene.月光给景色增添了魅力。
63 disseminates bcfb4698536ee2849134f2fcaad0c737     
散布,传播( disseminate的第三人称单数 )
参考例句:
  • The agency collects and disseminates information. 通讯社收集和传播讯息。
  • The tumor proliferates, invades the uterine wall, and disseminates to remote organs. 肿瘤增殖,侵犯到子宫壁,并播散至远处的脏器。
64 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。
65 implement WcdzG     
n.(pl.)工具,器具;vt.实行,实施,执行
参考例句:
  • Don't undertake a project unless you can implement it.不要承担一项计划,除非你能完成这项计划。
  • The best implement for digging a garden is a spade.在花园里挖土的最好工具是铁锹。
66 kilowatts d9f87593961475fee978f39c57bfced8     
千瓦( kilowatt的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • It's about 500 kilowatts per hour on average. 年用电量平均为每小时500千瓦。 来自商贸英语会话
  • We have an emergency-standby electric generator with a capacity of 300 kilowatts. 我们有一台三百千瓦的事故备用发电机。
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