- With more than 33 million Americans already having voted as of Friday, Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump will use the final Saturday before the election to make their closing arguments, starting in Florida.
Japan and South Korea can work together to wash away the pains of the past
Ogata Sadako is a former president of JapanInternational Cooperation Agency and was the United Nations high commissioner for refugees from 1991 ...
By PETER BAKER
A relatively muted White House reaction to the turmoil reflects both mixed feelings about President Mohamed Morsi’s ouster and Egypt’s shrinking role in American policy.
to travel to different places to give speeches, perform shows, etc.
Forget Aloof, Bernanke Goes Barnstorming
By EDMUND L. ANDREWS
The chairman of the Federal Reserve is on a campaign to prove that the central bank is here to help, and is not as mysterious as people might think.
barnstormingadj. - 鄉間巡迴演說家或藝人的
v. - 国中を演説や演技をして回る
Distant physically or emotionally; reserved and remote: stood apart with aloof dignity.
At a distance but within view; apart.
aloofly a·loof'ly adv.
aloofness a·loof'ness n.
Definition of aloof
Origin:mid 16th century: from a-2 (expressing direction) + luff. The term was originally an adverb in nautical use, meaning 'away and to windward!', i.e., with the ship's head kept close to the wind away from a lee shore, etc., toward which it might otherwise drift. From this arose the sense 'at a distance' literally or figuratively
Definition of physical