2015年12月14日 星期一

I’d hate, time and again, make sb's day, with flying colours

The markets have been trusting fans. But the Fed has jilted them time and again

There are reasons the Fed should not raise interest rates
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In a 2005 poll conducted by the Poetry Society, Mr. Mitchell’s “Human Beings” was voted the poem that people most wanted to send into space in the hope that it would be read a century later. “It is about the joy of being human, but that doesn’t mean that it’s against animals or alien beings,” Mr. Mitchell said. “When it goes into space and it’s read by aliens, I’d hate for them to think that it’s anti-alternative life forms.”


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Deming passes the test of time with flying colors. In this reprint of his 1986 classic, his eloquent arguments for single-supplier sourcing and leadership rather than supervision, and against production quotas and the absurd practice of MBWA (management by walking around), ring as true today as ever. We from getAbstract believe that classics should be revisited often, and highly recommends Deming?s seminal work to thoughtful people in

time after time (also time and again or time and time again)
phrase of time
  1. 1.
    on very many occasions; repeatedly.

with flying colours
If you do something such as pass an exam with flying colours, you do it very successfully.
make sb's day
to make someone happy:
Seeing Adrian again after such a long time really made my day.

hate Show phonetics
verb [I or T]
to dislike someone or something very much:
Kelly hates her teacher.
She hated the cold dark days of winter.
I hate it when you do that.
[+ ing form of verb] I have always hated speaking in public.
I hate him telling me what do to all the time.
[+ to infinitive] I hate (= do not want) to interrupt, but it's time we left.
I'd hate (= would not like) you to think I didn't appreciate what you'd done.

hate Show phonetics
noun [C or U]
an extremely strong dislike:
She gave him a look of pure hate.
The feelings of hate grew stronger every day.
UK One of my pet hates (= one of the main things I dislike) is people who use your name all the while when they're speaking to you.
See also hatred.

hated Show phonetics
adjective
He was the most hated teacher in the school.

-hater Show phonetics
suffix
someone who dislikes the stated thing:
He thinks I'm a real man-hater.

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