President Obama is hoping that progress on nuclear arms control, a major address on U.S.-Russia relations and overtures on missile defense will reduce tensions.
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“I don’t want to attack her, but the truth is very savage,” said Keith Stansell, 44, an ex-Marine and one of the authors of the book, “Out of Captivity,” which was released Thursday. “We were infected enough with her behavior in the jungle,” he said in a telephone interview from New York. “Now I just want to get immunized.”
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There may be panic on Wall Street, but Doubledown Media, publisher of magazines for the wealthy, says its business and readers are largely immune to the problems.caviar, caviare noun [U]魚子(醬)
the eggs of various large fish, especially the sturgeon, which are eaten as food and are usually very expensive 價昂 所以 "~ set" 通指華爾街之富裕者/階層
1 protected against a particular disease by particular substances in the blood:
Most people who've had chicken pox once are immune to it for the rest of their lives.
He seems to be immune to colds - he just never gets them.
2 [after verb] not affected or upset by a particular type of behaviour or emotion:
The press had criticised her so often that in the end she had become immune (to it).
3 [after verb] not able to be punished or damaged by something:
Journalists, he insisted, must be immune (= protected) from prosecution.
when you are immune, especially to disease or from legal action:
The vaccination gives you immunity against the disease for up to six months.
He was granted immunity from prosecution because he confessed the names of the other spies.
immunize, UK USUALLY immunise verb [T]
to give a person or animal protection against a particular disease by introducing a special substance into their body, usually by injection:
Children are routinely immunized against polio.
immunization, UK USUALLY immunisation
noun [C or U]
━━ n. 打球の際の足の位置, スタンス; 立場; 態度 ((on)).
stance (OPINION) Show phonetics
noun [C]a way of thinking about something, especially expressed in a publicly stated opinion:
The doctor's stance on the issue of abortion is well known.
stance (WAY OF STANDING)
noun [C]a particular way of standing:
Jenny took up a stance with her feet slightly apart, ready to catch the ball.