Fox's Experiment in Animated Living
By JON CARAMANICA
The network is racing to develop new animated shows that could one day be on a par with "The Simpsons" and "Family Guy."
By Belinda Luscombe
Golf great Tiger Woods has bogeyed his handling of his car crash and alleged affair crises. How to fix them
《捉妖指南》(How to Catch a Bogle)，作者凱瑟琳·金克斯(Catherine Jinks)，霍頓米夫林出版社(Houghton Mifflin)，2013年出版。
By KAREN CROUSE
China’s Guan Tianlang got a standing ovation and big cheers from the gallery on the 18th green after finishing for a total of 12-over 300.
Masters 2013: Guan Tianlang has 'great week' at Augusta
Chinese teenager Guan Tianlang said he had a great week after a record-breaking four days at Augusta.Guan, at 14 the youngest player in Masters history, carded a three-over 75 to finish 12 over on his debut.
The schoolboy had a memorable tournament after becoming the youngest golfer to make the cut at a major despite being penalised for slow play.
Guan said: "It was a great week. I learned a lot. I enjoyed it and had fun. Still a lot of things to improve."
He joins the likes of Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Sergio Garcia in winning the Silver Cup, awarded to the best-placed amateur in the field.
Three-time champion Gary Player"I thought Tianlang Guan would score 81, 82 but I wouldn't have been surprised by a 90 because this course is such a monster. The greatest thing I have seen in golf was Tiger Woods winning a Grand Slam at 24, but Guan's performance is the second best I have seen. And he did it hitting woods! It is just incredible, if I had been in his position when I was 14 I would have been in tears."
Guan captured the hearts of many for his poise and maturity on what was his first appearance at a major and received a rousing reception on Sunday from patrons on the 18th.On the last day, Guan bogeyed the first, fifth and sixth and 11th before finally picking up shots with birdies at the par-five 13th and the 16th. He then bogeyed the 17th before ending a remarkable tournament with a par on the last.
"It's actually the most difficult course in the world," he said of Augusta National.
"I don't think it was getting easier, it was getting more and more difficult, actually. To me every single shot is difficult.
"I feel a little bit tired. There are still a lot of things to improve. My short game's good, but I still need to be better. My driver probably needs to be a little longer.''
5 《ゴルフ》ドライバー, 1番ウッドのクラブ.
4a golf club with a flat face and wooden head, used for driving from the tee.
- The letter t.
- Something shaped like a T.
- Sports & Games. A mark aimed at in certain games, such as curling or quoits.
- Perfectly; exactly: a plan that suits me to a tee.
- A small peg with a concave top for holding a golf ball for an initial drive.
- The designated area of each golf hole from which a player makes his or her first stroke.
- A device used to stand a football on end for a kickoff.
- A shaft with a concave top attached to a flat base, used to hold the ball in T-ball.
To place (a ball) on a tee. Often used with up.
phrasal verb:tee off
- To drive a golf ball from the tee.
- Slang. To start or begin: They teed off the fundraising campaign with a dinner.
- Slang. To make angry or disgusted: The impertinent remarks teed the speaker off.
[Back-formation from obsolete Scots teaz (taken as a pl.).]
- tees (複数形) • teed (過去形) • teed (過去分詞) • teeing (現在分詞) • tees (三人称単数現在)
- tee off, （全1件）
2 …を準備する, 手配する((up)).
(2) ((俗))（…を）きびしく責める［しかる］((on ...)).
(3) 《野球》（ボールを）痛打する((on ...)).
［tee ...off/tee off ...］(1) ((俗))…を始める.
(2) ((通例受身))〈人を〉怒らせる, うんざりさせる.
- bird • ie
- birdies (複数形) • birdied (過去形) • birdied (過去分詞) • birdying (現在分詞) • birdies (三人称単数現在)
4 ((〜s))((米俗))＝bird legs.
"This novel is a fine BOGEY tale"
bogey It's a scary story, about 'bogeymen' (creepy imaginary men that children are afraid of).
bo·gey bo·gy or bo·gie (bō'gē) boguey
also n., pl., -geys, also -gies.
- (also bʊg'ē, bū'gē) An evil or mischievous spirit; a hobgoblin.
- (also bʊg'ē, bū'gē) A cause of annoyance or harassment.
- The number of strokes that a good player is likely to need to finish a golf hole or course.
- A golf score of one stroke over par.
- Slang. An unidentified flying aircraft.
- Slang. A detective or police officer.
To play (a hole in golf) scoring one stroke over par.
[Possibly variant of BOGLE.]
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