2009年11月27日 星期五

resonate, magnetic resonance imaging, MRI, ticket line

'Ayn Rand and the World She Made'

By ANNE C. HELLER
Heller maintains critical perspective while conveying the conviction and odd charisma of Rand, whose angry message resonates today among the anti-Obama right. (Nan A. Talese/Doubleday, $35.)




But it’s a deeply satisfying show, with enough spectacular moments to justify the ticket lines and plenty of quieter revelations that will resonate particularly for working artists.


Leveaux, 50, has put on other Ibsen dramas with Japanese casts: "Elida: The Lady from the Sea" in 1992 and "Hedda Gabler" in 1994.

"I never directed 'A Doll's House.' Because, after I did 'Elida' and 'Hedda Gabler,' I thought that's enough (of Ibsen's works)," Leveaux said in a recent interview in Tokyo. "However, when I looked at the play again, I thought this is an interesting subject, which has a real resonance in contemporary Japan, even though the play was written about more than 100 years ago."



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resonate PhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhonetic Hide phonetics
verb [I]
1 to produce, increase or fill with sound, by vibrating (= shaking) objects which are near:
His voice resonated in the empty church.
The noise of the bell resonated through the building.
Compare resound.

2 to be filled with a particular quality:
The building resonates with historic significance.

3 to continue to have a powerful effect or value:
The significance of those great stories resonates down the centuries.

4 If an experience or memory resonates, it makes you think of another similar one:
Her experiences resonate powerfully with me, living, as I do, in a similar family situation.

resonance PhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhonetic Hide phonetics
noun [C or U]
magnetic resonance
This poem has many resonances (= connected thoughts and memories) for me.

resonant PhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhonetic Hide phonetics
adjective
1 clear and loud, or causing sounds to be clear and loud:
a deep, resonant voice
a resonant concert hall
See also resound.

2 making you think of a similar experience or memory:
We felt privileged to be the first group of Western visitors to enter the historic palace, resonant with past conflicts.

resonator PhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhonetic Phonetic PhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhoneticPhonetic Hide phonetics
noun [C] SPECIALIZED
a device, for example in a musical instrument, which makes sounds resonate

res・o・nance


━━ n. 響き, 反響, 共鳴; 【電気】共振.
res・o・nant ━━ a. よく通る ((声など)); 共鳴[反響]する ((with)).
res・o・nant・ly ad.
resonant circuit 【電気】共振回路.

ticket line 訂票電話線
hot seat: Definition from Answers.com
(a reference to the show's ticket line, 999-5000). Fans would often cheer Wally
on and boo his guests, as if they were at a sporting event. ...

"利 用 核 磁 共 振 攝 影 技 術 ( MRI ) , 知 感 神 經 學 家 幾 乎 可 以 通 過 大 腦 血 液 的 流 動 情 況 , 對 人 的 思 維 進 行 判 讀 。 而 且 , 通 過 物 理 操 作 , 人 類 的 意 識 是 可 以 隨 意 扭 曲 製 造 的 。"

---劉大任─漫談靈魂

"
郭 台 銘 掌 控 採 購 的 用 意 是 透 過 大 筆 訂 單 , 要 求 醫 療 設 備 大 廠 技 術 輸 出 。 「 除 了 質 子 機 外 , MRI ( 核 磁 共 振 ) 及 CT ( 斷 層 掃 描 ) 都 要 大 量 採 購 。 」 一 位 醫 療 界 人 士 說 , 郭 台 銘 及 幕 僚 曾 先 後 與 醫 療 設 備 大 廠 西 門 子 、 奇 異 等 接 觸 , 「 全 球 一 年 MRI 總 銷 量 一 千 台 , 郭 董 向 西 門 子 一 開 口 就 要 買 百 餘 台 MRI , 放 在 台 灣 與 大 陸 , 唯 一 條 件 是 『 技 術 移 轉 』 。 」 西 門 子 未 答 應 , 倒 是 郭 台 銘 的 手 法 與 心 思 , 昭 然 若 揭 。 "




核磁気共鳴画像法 - Wikipedia

核磁気共鳴画像法(かくじききょうめいがぞうほう、magnetic resonance imaging, MRI

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