By MATT GROSS
Given the dollar’s upsurge against the euro, the Frugal Traveler concludes that this is the year to go.
GM's Vice Chairman Lutz to Retire
GM product chief Bob Lutz will retire at year-end after a 46-year auto career capped by efforts to overhaul GM's much-maligned vehicle lineup.
New Twists and Turns in German-Russian Gas Pipeline Saga
The German-Russian gas pipeline saga continues with a new disputed region causing a rethink over its route. The Nord Stream consortium is again forced into finding an alternative direction for its maligned project. "
注意: malign 本身可當行容詞 為什麼此處用 maligned呢?
By NICHOLAS BAKALAR
The upsurge among young women, a new study indicates, parallels reports of increased exposure to ultraviolet radiation from sunburn and the use of tanning beds.
Ai's criticism stands in marked contrast to the upsurge in national pride the Olympics has generated, though it does join a chorus of deliberately timed criticism from mainly foreign rights groups.
悪性黒色腫（あくせいこくしょくしゅ、malignant melanoma）とは、皮膚、眼窩内、口腔粘膜上皮などに存在するメラノサイト由来の悪性腫瘍である。 ...
a sudden and usually large increase in something:
An upsurge of/in violence in the district has been linked to increased unemployment.
malignant Hide phonetics
1 describes a disease or a diseased growth that is likely to get uncontrollably worse and lead to death:
The process by which malignant cancer cells multiply isn't fully understood.
Is the tumour malignant or benign?
2 FORMAL evil: having a strong desire to do harm:
He developed a malignant hatred for the land of his birth.
noun [C or U] SPECIALIZED
The malignancy of these tumours makes them difficult to treat.
Tests revealed a malignancy that had to be removed.
verb [T often passive]
to say false and unpleasant things about someone or to unfairly criticize them:
She has recently been maligned in the gossip columns of several newspapers.
Much-maligned for their derivative style, the band are nevertheless enduringly popular.