“I think it’s kind of beautiful and hilarious to see people eating their organic kale and quinoa salads while gazing across the opaque, fetid water,” Adrian Tomine says of his cover for this week’s issue, “Gowanus Canal, Brooklyn.” See more covers by Tomine featuring New York City:http://nyr.kr/1V49u98
Though it is often cloaked in a fetid smog, China does not have the most toxic air in the world. Nor does India, despite its congested roads and belching power-stations. So which country has the most polluted air? http://econ.st/1OohcqQ
This year's 38% drop in corn prices will make it rain bacon in 2014.
The fetid smog that settled on Beijing in January 2013 could join the ranks of these game-changing environmental disruptions.
Andreuccio is persuaded and, with a brilliant ruse, manages to steal for himself even the most beautiful ring of the deceased.
For centuries, Chinese seafarers largely ignored Taiwan, whose fetid rainforests seemed to harbor little more than headhunters and pirate lairs.
By KATHERINE FRANK
Reviewed by RANDY BOYAGODA
Was the forgotten British seafarer Robert Knox the inspiration for "Robinson Crusoe"?
By BEN MACINTYRE
Reviewed by ALEXANDER ROSE
Ben Macintyre tells the story of five extraordinary spies at the center of a ruse to fool the Germans about D-Day.
Google Chromebooks Rain on School Children, Invade HP
The number of schools using Chromebook laptops doubled from 1,000 to 2,000 in the past three months, according to recent blog post from Google. And now, as it struggles to transform its venerable computer business, HP has entered the Chromebook ...
Afterwards, Aya (Yumeji Tsukioka), a divorced friend of Noriko’s, goes with Shukichi to a bar, where he confesses that his claim that he was going to marry Mrs. Miwa was a ruse to persuade Noriko to get married herself. Aya, touched by his sacrifice, promises to visit him often. Shukichi returns home alone.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KaleKale or borecole (boerenkool) is a vegetable of the plant species Brassica oleracea with green or purple leaves, in which the central leaves do not form a head.
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Origin:late Middle English (as a hunting term): from Old French, from ruser 'use trickery', earlier 'drive back', perhaps based on Latin rursus 'backwards'
- [名]計略, 策略, たくらみ.
Pronunciation: /ˈsiːfɛːrɪŋ/Translate seafaring | into Italian
Having an offensive odor.
[Middle English, from Latin fētidus, from fētēre, to stink.]fetidly fet'id·ly adv.
fetidness fet'id·ness n.
- rains (複数形) • rained (過去形) • rained (過去分詞) • raining (現在分詞) • rains (三人称単数現在)
- rain or shine, get out of the rain, not know enough to come in from the rain, （全8件）
1 [U]雨, 雨水；雨天；[C]((主に形容詞を伴って))雨降り, 降雨
(a) heavy rain
a hard rain
a fine rain
a drizzling rain
3 ((通例a 〜))（…の）雨((of ...))
a rain of punches ［kisses, arrows］
(come) rain or shine ［no rain］((話))晴雨にかかわらず；何があっても.
get out of the rain((略式))ごたごたが起きそうなときには姿を見せない.
not know enough ［＝not have enough sense］ to come in from ［out of］ the rain((略式))ひどいばかだ, まったくの能なしだ.
2 〈好意・恩恵などが〉（…に）惜しみなく与えられる；〈涙などが〉雨のように流れる；〈攻撃・銃弾などが〉雨あられと浴びせられる((down/on, upon ...))
3 〈神・空・雲が〉（…に）雨を降らせる((on ...)).
1 〈人が〉〈物を〉（雨のように）降らす；((itを主語として))（雨のように）降らす；((〜 -self))雨が降る
2 〈好意・恩恵などを〉（…に）惜しみなく与える［授ける］；〈攻撃・銃弾などを〉雨あられと浴びせる((down/on, upon ...))
It never rains but it pours. /When it rains, it pours.((ことわざ)) 降るときは必ずどしゃ降り；凶事［災難, 不幸］は必ず重なるものだ；弱り目にたたり目.
rain cats and dogs((略式))雨が激しく降る.
rain off((英))＝RAIN out (2).
rain on ...(1) ⇒(自)2, 3
rain ... out/rain out ...((主に米))
The cotton crop has been rained out.
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