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Macron beats Le Pen, but without growth the extremes will be back.
Muhammad Morsi, the Muslim Brother evicted earlier this month by the generals at the apparent behest of many millions of Egyptians in the street,was democratically elected, yet did his best to flout the norms of democracy during his short stint as president.
Spain unveiled a package of regulatory overhauls, tax increases and spending cuts for 2013, gaining a shortterm market reprieve as concerns mount over Prime Minister Rajoy's ability to stabilize the economy.
California Lawmakers Give Amazon Tax ReprieveTaiwan tries to cut Iranian oil imports at behest of the US
An extension of forbearance programs by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac gives short-term aid to unemployed homeowners, but housing counselors warn of drawbacks.
Coffee shops love foreigners
Dutch coffee shops are struggling to retain customers as the government
steps up efforts to ban foreigners from their establishments. Now the top
Dutch court ruled in favor of an owner in one case, but it may only be a
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After Long Fight, Drug Gives Sudden Reprieve By AMY HARMON The trial of a melanoma drug offers a glimpse at a new kind of therapy tailored to the genetic profile of a cancer.
Microsoft Gets Reprieve in Patent Case
A federal appeals court affirmed a jury verdict that Microsoft Outlook infringed an Alcatel-Lucent patent, but threw out a $358 million damages award.
on Page 45: " ... when the death sentence had been pronounced there was a strong chance of a reprieve at the request of the judge, or at the behest of a highly placed patron"
Stock-index futures (期貨) rallied in premarket trading Friday, as did shares of financial firms such as Citigroup and Lehman Brothers.
1 an official order that stops or delays the punishment, especially by death, of a prisoner:
He was sentenced to death but was granted a last-minute reprieve.
2 an escape from a bad situation or experience:
The injection provided a temporary reprieve from the pain.
1 to stop or delay the punishment, especially by death, of a prisoner
2 to provide something or someone with an escape from a bad situation or experience, especially to delay or stop plans to close or end something:
The threatened hospitals could now be reprieved.
2 〈人を〉一時的に（苦痛・危険などから）救う((from ...)).
1 刑執行の猶予［取り消し］, 処刑延期（令状）.
2 （心配などの）一時的軽減, 一時のがれ.
Melanoma (pronounced /ˌmɛləˈnoʊmə/ ( listen)) is a malignant tumor of melanocytes which are found predominantly in skin but also in the bowel and the eye (see uveal melanoma). It is one of the less common types of skin cancer but causes the majority (75%) of skin cancer related deaths. Melanocytes are normally present in skin, being responsible for the production of the dark pigment melanin. Despite many years of intensive laboratory and clinical research, the greatest chance of cure is in the early surgical resection of thin tumors.
Origin:late Middle English (in the sense 'recover property, or the title to property, by legal process'): from Latin evict- 'overcome, defeated', from the verb evincere, from e- (variant of ex-) 'out' + vincere 'conquer'