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News & Reports 2012-03-11

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

In This EditionMourners gather in the Japanese city of Sendai for the one year anniversary of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami1 which killed nearly 19,000 people in northeastern Japan and set off the worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl.
Israel says its missile defense2 system has effectively intercepted3 some 25 incoming Palestinian rockets from the Gaza Strip.
Thousands of Libyans gather in Tripoli and Benghazi to protest the move by some groups to declare autonomy of the oil-producing east from the rule of National Transitional Council.
And China's top political advisers5 discuss government's effort to maintain economic growth by boosting domestic demand.
Hot Issue ReportsVigil to Mark Eve of First Anniversary of TsunamiMourners have gathered in the Japanese city of Sendai in remembrance of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami which killed nearly 19,000 people in northeastern Japan and set off the worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl.
Those who took part were reminded of how the tsunami roared across the coast, transforming once thriving towns into waterlogged wastelands.
Norie Emori is a resident in Nagano county.
"In the past year, I couldn't do anything to help the people who suffered from the disaster, so I thought the least I could do was to come here to give prayers."Sendai is the biggest industrial city in the region hit by the tsunami and its airport was utterly7 destroyed one year ago.
While the city is far enough inland that it largely escaped tsunami damage, people there lived without regular services for weeks after the earthquake and tsunami.
Further south, where the tsunami slammed into the Fukushima Daiichi power plant, the some 100,000 people who had been forced to flee their homes fared even worse.
Many still have no idea when they can return.
Motoko Iseki, a mother of three boys, said in hopes for a brighter future.
"If we put in that little effort, dreams do come true and people would be able to return home. Through this disaster, I wish to teach my children that people can overcome hardships if you keep smiling."Some officials have predicted that the completion of reconstruction9 and rebuilding work would take the next five years to complete in the regions which were hit by the tsunami.
IAEA Chief Comments on Fukushima Nuclear DisasterOn the eve of the first anniversary of the nuclear disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi plant in Japan, chief of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Yukiya Amano, reflects on his experiences.
"I went to Japan one week after the accident. And I went to the Japanese foreign ministry10. It was during the day, but it was dark. There was no sufficient electricity. I wanted to go to Fukushima Daiichi, but I couldn't buy gasoline. This is the first time I experienced this in Japan."Resources were stretched to breaking point for many Japanese in the immediate11 aftermath of the quake and the tusnami.
But it was only after he returned to the agency's headquarters in Vienna that he realised how profoundly the impact of the nuclear accident had shaken his fellow Japanese.
"People were worried. After I came back I received emails just saying "thank you". It means - first I didn't understand - but then I understood. They were so desperate. They felt that they were abandoned by others and they were isolated12. But the head of the international organisation13 went there and they understood that the world is standing14 by Japan."While accepting nuclear energy was a necessary option for many countries, Amano now champions the appreciation15 of safety.
"We have to think of developing countries. China, India need energy and other developing countries also. So I think some countries will phase out from nuclear power after Fukushima Daiichi. Many countries will maintain. But if that is the case, safety is the first. Much more attention should be paid for safety of nuclear power."Since the Fukushima disaster, Amano said the United Nations nuclear agency have prioritised the implementation16 of new safeguards and measures in their work to prevent an accident like that from happening again.
Defence Minister Says Israel will Strike all Those Who will Target Israeli CiviliansIsrael's defence minister Ehud Barak says Israel will strike all those who target Israeli civilians18.
"The whole round will continue as long as necessary to make sure that whoever has to be punished for these attempts to initiate19 terrorist attacks against Israelis as well as those who are trying to launch rockets at us will be punished."Meanwhile the minister says Israel's the country's "Iron Dome6" missile defence system has effectively intercepted some 25 incoming Palestinian rockets from the Gaza Strip.
The worst violence between Israel and the Gaza Strip in nearly a year entered its second day on Saturday, as Israeli airstrikes killed 15 militants21.
Militants responded by firing nearly 100 rockets, seriously wounding an Israeli civilian17.
The flare-up began on Friday with a strike on militant20 commander Zuhair al-Qaissi, whom Israel said was planning an attack from the nearby Egyptian Sinai peninsula into the Jewish state.
Al-Qaissi was the leader of militant group best known for the 2006 abduction of Israeli soldier Gilad Schalit who was freed last year in a prisoner swap22.
The airstrikes and rocket attacks could drag the area into broader conflict especially if a large number of civilians are killed on either side.
Palestinian militants said they would press on, accusing Israel of shattering the months of relative calm in the area.
Gaza's Hamas rulers condemned23 the Israeli strike but denied their militants had any involvement in this round of clashes.
Demonstrators Protest Eastern Libya's Autonomy PlanThousands of protesters have gathered in Tripoli and Benghazi, Libya's two biggest cities opposing the move by some groups to declare autonomy of the oil-producing east from the rule of National Transitional Council.
Around 4,000 demonstrators packed central Benghazi protesting against the autonomy plan, which aims to recreate Libya's 1950s constitution when the country was divided into three semi-autonomous provinces.
"The federal announcement in eastern Libya is a negative step backwards24. It's the beginning of the division of Libya, and it's not in the interests of Libyan people."At Friday prayers in both cities, clerics warned that the autonomy plan could lead to the break up of Libya.
Mahmoud Shmam is a former media minister in the NTC executive office.
"We confirm the unity25 of Libya and the unity of its land and people. We also confirm that Libya's future should be based on justice, equality, decentralization, and no marginalization; a Libya with a balanced development. This protest is a referendum not just against federalization but also against marginalization and against the domination of any part of Libya."Civic26 leaders in Benghazi earlier declared the creation of a "Provincial27 Council" to run the affairs of Cyrenaica, the historic province which runs from the border with Egypt in the east to half way across Libya's Mediterranean28 coast.
The province is home to Libya's biggest oil fields.
Boosting Domestic Demand, a Challenge to Meet the ChallengeWhile grappling with China's weak external demand, premier29 Wen Jiabao has outlined the task of fuelling domestic consumption as an important aspect within this year's government work report.
As CRI's Ding Lulu reports, within China's top political advisory30 body, discussion related to boosting domestic demand is a continuous process.
At a heated group discussion during the ongoing31 annual session of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, CPPCC, Dong Wenbiao, board Chairman of the China Minsheng Bank, voiced concerns related to the efforts in boosting domestic demand.
"The property market used to support a strong industrial chain, but at present the sales of houses are restricted. The automobile32 industry used to enjoy fast growth, but now license33 plates are restricted. Now the central government wants to boost domestic demand; but where is the demand? I'm in the banking34 industry and I don't even know where the demand is; and the ordinary people certainly don't know. Where is the demand? What is in demand? And how do we boost domestic demand?"China has enjoyed decades of fast economic development that heavily relied upon exports and investment. But as the main markets in Europe dip into recession and as the United States struggles to recover, China is attempting to shift its focus and look for new engines of domestic growth.
Former vice8 Minister of Commerce, Ma Xiuhong believes that given the current circumstances, the key to effectively boosting domestic demand lies in stimulating35 consumer spending.
"In dealing36 with the financial crisis, we implemented37 policies to promote home appliances in rural areas and trade-in schemes, but now these temporary measures for boosting consumption are set to expire soon. In order to fundamentally boost consumption, the proportion of the people's income as part of the total national income needs to be raised."An official with the Ministry of Commerce explained that the expiration38 of temporary measures does not mean the end of such a policy. He said government departments are working on new methods aimed at encouraging consumption.
But economist39 Li Yining questioned if those stimulating measures will effectively work with the ordinary people, since, as he said, the majority of people are low-income earners, and they are nervous about their financial capabilities40.
"The most fundamental way to boost domestic demand is to raise the income of low-income earners and dismiss their concerns. At the moment, this group dare not spend their money because they are worried about what if I get sick? How can I afford my child's education if I spend my money now? Who is going to take care of me when I'm old?"Meanwhile, some analysts41 warn that the level of inflation of the inadequacy42 of social safety net pose a stumbling block hindering people's ability and willingness to spend. Latest figures by the National Bureau of Statistics show that the Consumer Price Index, CPI, for February fell to 3.5%, representing a 20 month low.
Responding to comments from CPPCC members, vice director of the National Development and Reform Commission, Peng Sen, revealed that the country's top economic regulatory body is launching new measures to lower costs throughout the circulation sector43 which will hopefully help improve the environment for consumers.
For CRI, this is Ding Lulu.
A Law, Transparency Urged for China's Charity WorkWith charity work in China on the rise in recent years, how charity organizations spend the funds that benevolent44 people contribute has been at the center of public attention. How should China administer its burgeoning45 public welfare sector and develop it? A Chinese philanthropist and sociology expert elaborate on their views. CRI reporter Xu Fei has more.
Zhou Sen, curator of the China Three Gorges46 Calligraphy47 Studio, is reputed for his inverse48 calligraphy written with his left hand. But what's won him even more fame is his sense of generosity49 which drives him to donate a large part of his earnings50 from the sales of his well-recognized calligraphy to people in need, including orphans51, students and childless seniors.
Zhou says he has long adhered to a "3-3-3-1 principle" in charity work to raise funds for those in need.
"I usually donate 30 percent of all that I've earn from one piece of my calligraphy. Another 30 percent is used as a development fund for my studio. The last 30 percent goes for business operations, and the remaining 10 percent is used to award calligraphers who are superb in charity work."Meanwhile, Zhou Sen has another identity. He is an NPC deputy. As a lawmaker, he introduced a bill on China's charity work, long before last year's controversy52 when a 20-year-old calling herself "Guo Meimei Baby" claimed to be a Red Cross worker and showed off her wealth on her microblog. Her action prompted a number of netizens to question whether she financed her lifestyle using funds donated to the Red Cross.
Regarding this, Zhou Sen speaks on his view.
"First, a comprehensive organization should be well in place for charity work. Charity work also requires careful auditing53. Any charity worker who mishandles donations should be given a penalty in line with the Criminal Law. We should try to raise the cost of committing criminal acts made by charity organizations or individuals. Only when all these have been achieved will more and more members of society understand and be willing to get involved in charity work."Ding Yuanzhu, a sociology professor at the Chinese Academy of Governance, echoes Zhou's opinion. He also believes the government should demand an increasing level of transparency in the operation of charities and their expenditures55.
"The government should enhance its governance by making relevant laws and regulations. It should demand the operation of donated funds be transparent56 and that information about their use be made open to the public in an efficient way."Government figures indicate there are only about 2,000 charity foundations in China, which employ more than 10,000 workers.
Wang Zhenyao, director of the Center for Philanthropy Research at Beijing Normal University, believes that the notion of charity in China lags far behind that of many other nations.
"During the year of the Wenchuan earthquake, China received donations exceeding 100 billion yuan. On occasions other than this, donated funds have never exceeded this amount, usually staying around the 50-billion to 70-billion-yuan mark. These figures lag behind those of developed nations such as the U.S. which likely sees 300 billion U.S. dollars' worth of donations on a yearly basis."Without the implementation of relevant laws and policies designed to ensure the interests of groups that receive donations and reestablish trust among donors57, the question of whether China's charitable sector can develop in a healthy manner will continue to weigh heavily upon the minds of both donors and the public.
For CRI, I'm Xu Fei.
Students in Bogota Demand Better Public TransportationStudent protesters have demanded better public transportation in the Colombian capital of Bogota, after destroying one of the city's rapid bus transit4 stations.
The students were calling for lower student fare bus tickets on the public transit bus system.
Riot police used tear gas to disperse58 the demonstrators.
Bogota Mayor Gustavo Petro denounced the disturbances59.
"With these violent acts, they are not going to prevent the mayor's office from publicly negotiating the conditions of the city's new model of transportation."Despite passengers saying that the transport service is poor, the city has said that the protests are politically charged.
City officials have called on high schools and universities to calm their students who are blamed for leading the demonstrations60.
China Daily: Protectionism does not PayThe US Congress has recently passed a bill allowing for anti-subsidy duties on Chinese imports.
An editorial in the China Daily newspaper said the move will not only strain trade ties between the two countries but also make the prospects61 of a global recovery even more uncertain.
The paper says while the United States accuses its trade partners, China in particular, of "not playing by the rules", its lawmakers are blatantly62 abusing their power to massage63 its domestic trade.
The article says such outright64 hypocrisy65 among US politicians bodes66 ill in an era when a lack of political will has already prevented most debt-laden Western countries from introducing painful but necessary reforms to address their economic woes67 in a timely manner.
Worse still, the editorial says the shortsighted bipartisan support for the bill lays bare the fact that more US politicians are eager to cater68 to and stoke rising protectionism, disregarding the spirit of free-trade which they previously69 promoted, thus creating a clear threat to the steady growth that the world requires.
The article says it is reasonable to expect US policymakers to try and rebuild US competitiveness in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis. However, the solution does not lie in protectionism, which will only dig a deeper hole for the US economy.
The article states that it does not require a trade expert to expose the fallacy of selling protectionism as a real long-term solution to the structural70 problems of the world's largest economy.
The China Daily editorial finishes by stating that before signing the bill into law, US President Barack Obama should ask himself whether protectionism can really save American jobs and help the country escape the quagmire71 it has got itself into.
***************************People's Daily: Foreign Media Focus on China's Economic TransformationChina's government work report delivered during the annual two sessions of its top legislature and advisory body has always been a focus of international attention.
A summary in the People's Daily looks at a number of major media outlets73 around the world to find out their interpretation74 of this year's development plan.
The New York Times focused on the most eye-catching figure regarding the world's second largest economy: the minimum growth target, which has been cut to 7.5 percent from 8 percent previously.
The paper cautiously predicted that "the Chinese economy, after nearly three decades of rapid, almost uninterrupted growth, seems to be settling down to a still strong but less blistering75 pace."Reuters paid attention to the massive stock market falls immediately triggered by the growth target cut.
And with reasonable reference to China's leadership transition, the agency tried to calm the uneasy market with the insight that such a cut reflects China's focus on delivering economic stability while allowing for economic restructuring.
From another perspective, Japan's Mainichi Shimbun noted76 the unintended consequences of the huge increases of public expenditure54 in face of the world economic slow down since 2008, such as corruption77.
The paper interpreted the target cut as a shift of political focus from ensuring a targeted growth rate to addressing public concerns that have been neglected, such as rampant78 corruption and a defective79 social security system.
Dow Jones Newswires and the Kyodo News expressed similar opinions.
In addition, foreign media outlets tend to agree with the content of the work report, that a key part of China's economic transformation72 is the expansion of domestic demand and less reliance on the existing export-led growth model.
The Associated Press noticed that fueling domestic consumption, including subsidies80 for social programs and higher spending for businesses, has become a major goal of the Chinese government.
The newswire anticipates that the country will offer increased assistance and programs intended to benefit a wide array of groups, including higher minimum wages, heftier subsidies for education and farmers, more loans for strapped81 private businesses, and added help for troubled exporters.
BBC, AFP, and even the Hindu Times all cited Premier Wen Jiabao's report and made similar sense of the next year's focus of expanding domestic demand in economic policy makings.
Despite some doubts, foreign media outlets are generally in agreement that China has the political will and the ability to avoid a hard economic landing and they are optimistic about China's economic transformation.


1 tsunami bpAyo     
  • Powerful quake sparks tsunami warning in Japan.大地震触发了日本的海啸预警。
  • Coastlines all around the Indian Ocean inundated by a huge tsunami.大海啸把印度洋沿岸地区都淹没了。
2 defense AxbxB     
  • 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。
3 intercepted 970326ac9f606b6dc4c2550a417e081e     
拦截( intercept的过去式和过去分词 ); 截住; 截击; 拦阻
  • Reporters intercepted him as he tried to leave the hotel. 他正要离开旅馆,记者们把他拦截住了。
  • Reporters intercepted him as he tried to leave by the rear entrance. 他想从后门溜走,记者把他截住了。
4 transit MglzVT     
  • His luggage was lost in transit.他的行李在运送中丢失。
  • The canal can transit a total of 50 ships daily.这条运河每天能通过50条船。
5 advisers d4866a794d72d2a666da4e4803fdbf2e     
顾问,劝告者( adviser的名词复数 ); (指导大学新生学科问题等的)指导教授
  • a member of the President's favoured circle of advisers 总统宠爱的顾问班子中的一员
  • She withdrew to confer with her advisers before announcing a decision. 她先去请教顾问然后再宣布决定。
6 dome 7s2xC     
  • The dome was supported by white marble columns.圆顶由白色大理石柱支撑着。
  • They formed the dome with the tree's branches.他们用树枝搭成圆屋顶。
7 utterly ZfpzM1     
  • Utterly devoted to the people,he gave his life in saving his patients.他忠于人民,把毕生精力用于挽救患者的生命。
  • I was utterly ravished by the way she smiled.她的微笑使我完全陶醉了。
8 vice NU0zQ     
  • 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 reconstruction 3U6xb     
  • The country faces a huge task of national reconstruction following the war.战后,该国面临着重建家园的艰巨任务。
  • In the period of reconstruction,technique decides everything.在重建时期,技术决定一切。
10 ministry kD5x2     
  • 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。
11 immediate aapxh     
  • His immediate neighbours felt it their duty to call.他的近邻认为他们有责任去拜访。
  • We declared ourselves for the immediate convocation of the meeting.我们主张立即召开这个会议。
12 isolated bqmzTd     
  • 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。
13 organisation organisation     
  • 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。
14 standing 2hCzgo     
  • After the earthquake only a few houses were left standing.地震过后只有几幢房屋还立着。
  • They're standing out against any change in the law.他们坚决反对对法律做任何修改。
15 appreciation Pv9zs     
  • I would like to express my appreciation and thanks to you all.我想对你们所有人表达我的感激和谢意。
  • I'll be sending them a donation in appreciation of their help.我将送给他们一笔捐款以感谢他们的帮助。
16 implementation 2awxV     
  • Implementation of the program is now well underway.这一项目的实施现在行情看好。
17 civilian uqbzl     
  • There is no reliable information about civilian casualties.关于平民的伤亡还没有确凿的信息。
  • He resigned his commission to take up a civilian job.他辞去军职而从事平民工作。
18 civilians 2a8bdc87d05da507ff4534c9c974b785     
平民,百姓( civilian的名词复数 ); 老百姓
  • 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。
19 initiate z6hxz     
  • A language teacher should initiate pupils into the elements of grammar.语言老师应该把基本语法教给学生。
  • They wanted to initiate a discussion on economics.他们想启动一次经济学讨论。
20 militant 8DZxh     
  • Some militant leaders want to merge with white radicals.一些好斗的领导人要和白人中的激进派联合。
  • He is a militant in the movement.他在那次运动中是个激进人物。
21 militants 3fa50c1e4338320d8495907fdc5bdbaf     
激进分子,好斗分子( militant的名词复数 )
  • The militants have been sporadically fighting the government for years. 几年来,反叛分子一直对政府实施零星的战斗。
  • Despite the onslaught, Palestinian militants managed to fire off rockets. 尽管如此,巴勒斯坦的激进分子仍然发射导弹。
22 swap crnwE     
  • 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。
23 condemned condemned     
adj. 被责难的, 被宣告有罪的 动词condemn的过去式和过去分词
  • He condemned the hypocrisy of those politicians who do one thing and say another. 他谴责了那些说一套做一套的政客的虚伪。
  • The policy has been condemned as a regressive step. 这项政策被认为是一种倒退而受到谴责。
24 backwards BP9ya     
  • He turned on the light and began to pace backwards and forwards.他打开电灯并开始走来走去。
  • All the girls fell over backwards to get the party ready.姑娘们迫不及待地为聚会做准备。
25 unity 4kQwT     
  • When we speak of unity,we do not mean unprincipled peace.所谓团结,并非一团和气。
  • We must strengthen our unity in the face of powerful enemies.大敌当前,我们必须加强团结。
26 civic Fqczn     
  • I feel it is my civic duty to vote.我认为投票选举是我作为公民的义务。
  • The civic leaders helped to forward the project.市政府领导者协助促进工程的进展。
27 provincial Nt8ye     
  • 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。
28 Mediterranean ezuzT     
  • The houses are Mediterranean in character.这些房子都属地中海风格。
  • Gibraltar is the key to the Mediterranean.直布罗陀是地中海的要冲。
29 premier R19z3     
  • 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。
30 advisory lKvyj     
  • I have worked in an advisory capacity with many hospitals.我曾在多家医院做过顾问工作。
  • He was appointed to the advisory committee last month.他上个月获任命为顾问委员会委员。
31 ongoing 6RvzT     
  • 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。
32 automobile rP1yv     
  • He is repairing the brake lever of an automobile.他正在修理汽车的刹车杆。
  • The automobile slowed down to go around the curves in the road.汽车在路上转弯时放慢了速度。
33 license B9TzU     
  • The foreign guest has a license on the person.这个外国客人随身携带执照。
  • The driver was arrested for having false license plates on his car.司机由于使用假车牌而被捕。
34 banking aySz20     
  • John is launching his son on a career in banking.约翰打算让儿子在银行界谋一个新职位。
  • He possesses an extensive knowledge of banking.他具有广博的银行业务知识。
35 stimulating ShBz7A     
  • shower gel containing plant extracts that have a stimulating effect on the skin 含有对皮肤有益的植物精华的沐浴凝胶
  • This is a drug for stimulating nerves. 这是一种兴奋剂。
36 dealing NvjzWP     
  • 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。
37 implemented a0211e5272f6fc75ac06e2d62558aff0     
v.实现( implement的过去式和过去分词 );执行;贯彻;使生效
  • This agreement, if not implemented, is a mere scrap of paper. 这个协定如不执行只不过是一纸空文。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
  • The economy is in danger of collapse unless far-reaching reforms are implemented. 如果不实施影响深远的改革,经济就面临崩溃的危险。 来自辞典例句
38 expiration bmSxA     
  • Can I have your credit card number followed by the expiration date?能告诉我你的信用卡号码和它的到期日吗?
  • This contract shall be terminated on the expiration date.劳动合同期满,即行终止。
39 economist AuhzVs     
  • 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。
40 capabilities f7b11037f2050959293aafb493b7653c     
n.能力( capability的名词复数 );可能;容量;[复数]潜在能力
  • He was somewhat pompous and had a high opinion of his own capabilities. 他有点自大,自视甚高。 来自辞典例句
  • Some programmers use tabs to break complex product capabilities into smaller chunks. 一些程序员认为,标签可以将复杂的功能分为每个窗格一组简单的功能。 来自About Face 3交互设计精髓
41 analysts 167ff30c5034ca70abe2d60a6e760448     
分析家,化验员( analyst的名词复数 )
  • 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 inadequacy Zkpyl     
  • the inadequacy of our resources 我们的资源的贫乏
  • The failure is due to the inadequacy of preparations. 这次失败是由于准备不足造成的。
43 sector yjczYn     
  • The export sector will aid the economic recovery. 出口产业将促进经济复苏。
  • The enemy have attacked the British sector.敌人已进攻英国防区。
44 benevolent Wtfzx     
  • His benevolent nature prevented him from refusing any beggar who accosted him.他乐善好施的本性使他不会拒绝走上前向他行乞的任何一个乞丐。
  • He was a benevolent old man and he wouldn't hurt a fly.他是一个仁慈的老人,连只苍蝇都不愿伤害。
45 burgeoning f8b25401f10e765adc759ee165d5c1c5     
adj.迅速成长的,迅速发展的v.发芽,抽枝( burgeon的现在分词 );迅速发展;发(芽),抽(枝)
  • Our company's business is burgeoning now. 我们公司的业务现在发展很迅速。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • These efforts were insufficient to contain the burgeoning crisis. 这些努力不足以抑制迅速扩散的危机。 来自辞典例句
46 gorges 5cde0ae7c1a8aab9d4231408f62e6d4d     
n.山峡,峡谷( gorge的名词复数 );咽喉v.(用食物把自己)塞饱,填饱( gorge的第三人称单数 );作呕
  • The explorers were confronted with gorges(that were)almost impassable and rivers(that were)often unfordable. 探险人员面临着几乎是无路可通的峡谷和常常是无法渡过的河流。 来自辞典例句
  • We visited the Yangtse Gorges last summer. 去年夏天我们游历了长江三峡。 来自辞典例句
47 calligraphy BsRzP     
  • At the calligraphy competition,people asked him to write a few characters.书法比赛会上,人们请他留字。
  • His calligraphy is vigorous and forceful.他的书法苍劲有力。
48 inverse GR6zs     
  • Evil is the inverse of good.恶是善的反面。
  • When the direct approach failed he tried the inverse.当直接方法失败时,他尝试相反的做法。
49 generosity Jf8zS     
  • We should match their generosity with our own.我们应该像他们一样慷慨大方。
  • We adore them for their generosity.我们钦佩他们的慷慨。
50 earnings rrWxJ     
  • That old man lives on the earnings of his daughter.那个老人靠他女儿的收入维持生活。
  • Last year there was a 20% decrease in his earnings.去年他的收入减少了20%。
51 orphans edf841312acedba480123c467e505b2a     
孤儿( orphan的名词复数 )
  • The poor orphans were kept on short commons. 贫苦的孤儿们吃不饱饭。
  • Their uncle was declared guardian to the orphans. 这些孤儿的叔父成为他们的监护人。
52 controversy 6Z9y0     
  • That is a fact beyond controversy.那是一个无可争论的事实。
  • We ran the risk of becoming the butt of every controversy.我们要冒使自己在所有的纷争中都成为众矢之的的风险。
53 auditing JyVzib     
  • Auditing standards are the rules governing how an audit is performed.收支检查标准是规则统治一个稽核如何被运行。
  • The auditing services market is dominated by a few large accounting firms.审计服务市场被几家大型会计公司独占了。
54 expenditure XPbzM     
  • The entry of all expenditure is necessary.有必要把一切开支入账。
  • The monthly expenditure of our family is four hundred dollars altogether.我们一家的开销每月共计四百元。
55 expenditures 2af585403f5a51eeaa8f7b29110cc2ab     
n.花费( expenditure的名词复数 );使用;(尤指金钱的)支出额;(精力、时间、材料等的)耗费
  • We have overspent.We'll have to let up our expenditures next month. 我们已经超支了,下个月一定得节约开支。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • The pension includes an allowance of fifty pounds for traffic expenditures. 年金中包括50镑交通费补贴。 来自《简明英汉词典》
56 transparent Smhwx     
  • 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。
57 donors 89b49c2bd44d6d6906d17dca7315044b     
n.捐赠者( donor的名词复数 );献血者;捐血者;器官捐献者
  • Please email us to be removed from our active list of blood donors. 假如你想把自己的名字从献血联系人名单中删去,请给我们发电子邮件。
  • About half this amount comes from individual donors and bequests. 这笔钱大约有一半来自个人捐赠及遗赠。 来自《简明英汉词典》
58 disperse ulxzL     
  • The cattle were swinging their tails to disperse the flies.那些牛甩动着尾巴驱赶苍蝇。
  • The children disperse for the holidays.孩子们放假了。
59 disturbances a0726bd74d4516cd6fbe05e362bc74af     
n.骚乱( disturbance的名词复数 );打扰;困扰;障碍
  • The government has set up a commission of inquiry into the disturbances at the prison. 政府成立了一个委员会来调查监狱骚乱事件。
  • Extra police were called in to quell the disturbances. 已调集了增援警力来平定骚乱。
60 demonstrations 0922be6a2a3be4bdbebd28c620ab8f2d     
证明( demonstration的名词复数 ); 表明; 表达; 游行示威
  • 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。
61 prospects fkVzpY     
  • There is a mood of pessimism in the company about future job prospects. 公司中有一种对工作前景悲观的情绪。
  • They are less sanguine about the company's long-term prospects. 他们对公司的远景不那么乐观。
62 blatantly rxkztU     
  • Safety guidelines had been blatantly ignored. 安全规章被公然置之不顾。
  • They walked grandly through the lobby, blatantly arm in arm, pretending they were not defeated. 他们大大方方地穿过门厅,故意炫耀地挎着胳膊,假装他们没有被打败。
63 massage 6ouz43     
  • He is really quite skilled in doing massage.他的按摩技术确实不错。
  • Massage helps relieve the tension in one's muscles.按摩可使僵硬的肌肉松弛。
64 outright Qj7yY     
  • If you have a complaint you should tell me outright.如果你有不满意的事,你应该直率地对我说。
  • You should persuade her to marry you outright.你应该彻底劝服她嫁给你。
65 hypocrisy g4qyt     
  • 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。
66 bodes cc17e58636d1c4347f183c6aba685251     
v.预示,预告,预言( bode的第三人称单数 );等待,停留( bide的过去分词 );居住;(过去式用bided)等待
  • This bodes ill for the failure of the programme. 这是那项计划有凶兆。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
  • This bodes him no good. 这对他是不祥之兆。 来自《现代英汉综合大词典》
67 woes 887656d87afcd3df018215107a0daaab     
困境( woe的名词复数 ); 悲伤; 我好苦哇; 某人就要倒霉
  • Thanks for listening to my woes. 谢谢您听我诉说不幸的遭遇。
  • She has cried the blues about its financial woes. 对于经济的困难她叫苦不迭。
68 cater ickyJ     
  • I expect he will be able to cater for your particular needs.我预计他能满足你的特殊需要。
  • Most schools cater for children of different abilities.大多数学校能够满足具有不同天资的儿童的需要。
69 previously bkzzzC     
  • 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。
70 structural itXw5     
  • The storm caused no structural damage.风暴没有造成建筑结构方面的破坏。
  • The North American continent is made up of three great structural entities.北美大陆是由三个构造单元组成的。
71 quagmire StDy3     
  • On their way was a quagmire which was difficult to get over.路上他俩遇到了—个泥坑,很难过得去。
  • Rain had turned the grass into a quagmire.大雨使草地变得一片泥泞。
72 transformation SnFwO     
  • Going to college brought about a dramatic transformation in her outlook.上大学使她的观念发生了巨大的变化。
  • He was struggling to make the transformation from single man to responsible husband.他正在努力使自己由单身汉变为可靠的丈夫。
73 outlets a899f2669c499f26df428cf3d18a06c3     
n.出口( outlet的名词复数 );经销店;插座;廉价经销店
  • 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》
74 interpretation P5jxQ     
  • His statement admits of one interpretation only.他的话只有一种解释。
  • Analysis and interpretation is a very personal thing.分析与说明是个很主观的事情。
75 blistering b3483dbc53494c3a4bbc7266d4b3c723     
adj.酷热的;猛烈的;使起疱的;可恶的v.起水疱;起气泡;使受暴晒n.[涂料] 起泡
  • The runners set off at a blistering pace. 赛跑运动员如脱缰野马般起跑了。
  • This failure is known as preferential wetting and is responsible for blistering. 这种故障称为优先吸湿,是产生气泡的原因。 来自辞典例句
76 noted 5n4zXc     
  • 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。
77 corruption TzCxn     
  • 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。
78 rampant LAuzm     
  • Sickness was rampant in the area.该地区疾病蔓延。
  • You cannot allow children to rampant through the museum.你不能任由小孩子在博物馆里乱跑。
79 defective qnLzZ     
  • The firm had received bad publicity over a defective product. 该公司因为一件次品而受到媒体攻击。
  • If the goods prove defective, the customer has the right to compensation. 如果货品证明有缺陷, 顾客有权索赔。
80 subsidies 84c7dc8329c19e43d3437248757e572c     
n.补贴,津贴,补助金( subsidy的名词复数 )
  • European agriculture ministers failed to break the deadlock over farm subsidies. 欧洲各国农业部长在农业补贴问题上未能打破僵局。
  • Agricultural subsidies absorb about half the EU's income. 农业补贴占去了欧盟收入的大约一半。 来自《简明英汉词典》
81 strapped ec484d13545e19c0939d46e2d1eb24bc     
  • Make sure that the child is strapped tightly into the buggy. 一定要把孩子牢牢地拴在婴儿车上。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • The soldiers' great coats were strapped on their packs. 战士们的厚大衣扎捆在背包上。 来自《简明英汉词典》
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