Kim Jong-nam Was Killed by VX Nerve Agent, Malaysians Say
By RICHARD C. PADDOCK and CHOE SANG-HUN
The Malaysian police said the substance, listed as a chemical weapon, had been identified from samples taken from the skin and eye of the North Korean leader's estranged half brother.
The book drove a wedge between Mr. Weizenbaum and other members of the artificial intelligence research community. In his later years he said he came to take pride in his self-described status as a “heretic,” estranged from the insular community of elite computer researchers.
drive a wedge between sb
to damage the good relationship that two people or groups of people have:
It would be silly to let things which have happened in the past drive a wedge between us now.
1 describes a husband or wife who is not now living with the person they are married to:
his estranged wife
2 FORMAL If you are estranged from your family or friends then you have seriously argued with them and are no longer friendly with them:
It's sad to see someone estranged from their parents.
noun [C or U] FORMAL
(a period) when you are estranged from someone
1 [C or U] (the act of having) an opinion or belief that is the opposite of or against what is the official or popular opinion, or an action which shows that you have no respect for the official opinion:
Radical remarks like this amount to heresy for most members of the Republican party.
She committed the heresy of playing a Madonna song on a classical music station.
2 [U] a belief which is against the principles of a particular religion:
He was burned at the stake in the fifteenth century for heresy.
heretic [C]異教徒; 異端（者）（の）.
a person who is guilty of heresy
Her belief that a split would be good for the party was regarded as heretical.
For, though shy, he did not seem reserved; it had rather the appearance of feelings glad to burst their usual restraints; and having talked of poetry, the richness of the present age, and gone through a brief comparison of opinion as to the first-rate poets, trying to ascertain whether Marmion or The Lady of the Lake were to be preferred, and how ranked the Giaour and The Bride of Abydos; and moreover, how the Giaour was to be pronounced, he showed himself so intimately acquainted with all the tenderest songs of the one poet, and all the impassioned descriptions of hopeless agony of the other; he repeated, with such tremulous feeling, the various lines which imaged a broken heart, or a mind destroyed by wretchedness, and looked so entirely as if he meant to be understood, that she ventured to hope he did not always read only poetry, and to say, that she thought it was the misfortune of poetry to be seldom safely enjoyed by those who enjoyed it completely; and that the strong feelings which alone could estimate it truly were the very feelings which ought to taste it but sparingly.
Giaour ，兩本都翻譯為 《異教徒》，其實，此處的"異教徒"，指的是"基督教徒"，