2016年5月6日 星期五

fete, féte (PRAISE), morning-after pill,



Two Buddhist treasures to sit side by side for the first time.
In Seoul May 24 to June 12.
In Tokyo June 21 to July 10.

TOKYO -- The two sculptures share more than a passing resemblance and…
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Xi’s U.S. trip has – at least in terms of U.S. media coverage – been firmly overshadowed by the wildly popular pontiff



On Friday morning, Chinese President Xi Jinping enjoyed the symbolic high point of his first state visit to the United States – a 21-gun salute as he stood...
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Feting business hall of famers with Florida roots
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You might recognize these names for starters: Warren Buffett, August Busch III, Liz Claiborne, Trammell Crow, John Deere, Walt Disney,


Their neon designs in shocking red, blue, green and orange are sold in 25 countries. In Japan, the Berlin duo is feted as top stars, but in Germany they struggle with the financials. German wardrobes are dominated by conservative greys and blacks, so Leskovar and Schulz tried to keep the colourless German taste in mind for their third collection in black and white, but that didn't work either.




It’s the morning after. The splashy fete that was the 2008 Olympics is yesterday’s news. We’re out of the Bird’s Nest and back into history, faced with the obvious question: What comes next? Party time in Beijing may be over, but a one-party rule is still firmly in place. New China is still, in significant ways, Old China.




morning after 〔話〕 (the ~) 二日酔い. 宿醉


morning-after pill Show phonetics
noun [C usually singular](事後服用)経口避妊薬.
a pill containing a drug which prevents a woman from getting pregnant if it is taken after she has had sex


féte (PRAISE) Show phonetics
verb [T]
to praise or to welcome someone publicly because of their achievements:
She was féted by audiences both in her own country and abroad.

fete, fete




[f.]n. 祝祭(日); (野外の)パーティー; 宴会.
━━ vt. (…のために)祝宴を張る, 饗応(きょうおう)する.


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Small Japan firms fete wares in China

photoAn official from makeup brush maker Mizuho Brush Co. talks up the company's products at an exhibition at a Beijing hotel Friday. (Keiko Yoshioka)

From makeup brushes to earthen pots to sushi presses--a group of Japanese companies are promoting their high-quality products in China with the help of the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO).