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Saul Leiter’s Black-and-White World
Though he was famed for his color photography, Saul Leiter’s earliest work was in black-and-white, and just as personal and powerful as his later images.
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Norway pauses to remember attacks, one year on
One year after attacks that claimed the lives of 77 people, Norwegians took part in ceremonies of remembrance across the country. The man who has confessed to the killings still awaits his verdict.
NYT: Assange is "Arrogant, Think-Skinned"
The New York Times editor writes a first-hand account detailing the paper's saga with the Wikileaks documents, harshly criticizing the group's founder but insisting he shouldn't be prosecuted.
此Think-Skinned 似乎是parody thin-skinned 等
* Feisty heavyweight set to lead German Social Democrats
The TV Watch
By ALESSANDRA STANLEY
Regis Philbin promised not to cry amid all the tributes on his "Live! With Regis and Kelly" finale, and he didn't.Almost daily, angry postings to this open forum fulminate over every new outrage and make the usual calls of victimhood: for boycotts, for petitions, for a general uprising against...
v., -nat·ed, -nat·ing, -nates. v.intr.
- To issue a thunderous verbal attack or denunciation: fulminated against political chicanery.
- To explode or detonate.
- To issue (a denunciation, for example) thunderously.
- To cause to explode.
An explosive salt of fulminic acid, especially fulminate of mercury.
[Middle English fulminaten, from Latin fulmināre, fulmināt-, to strike with lightning, from fulmen, fulmin-, lightning that strikes.]━━ v. ぴかっと光る, 雷が鳴る; どなる ((against)); 爆発する［させる］; 非難を浴びる［せる］.
━━ n. 【化】雷酸塩 ((爆発性を有する化合物)).
ful・mi・na・tion ━━ n.
|thin-skinned||(adjective) Quick to take offense.|
|Synonyms:||huffy, touchy, feisty|
|Usage:||My thin-skinned students often mistake my constructive criticism for personal attacks.|
Pronunciation: /əˈtak/Translate attack | into French | into German | into Italian | into Spanish
Origin:early 17th century: from French attaque (noun), attaquer (verb), from Italian attacco 'an attack', attaccare 'join battle', based on an element of Germanic origin (see attach)
1 〈人・場所に〉（敵意をもって激しく）襲いかかる, を攻撃する（⇔defend）
attack a city
5 《スポーツ》〈相手ゴールに〉襲いかかる, を攻撃する.
6 〈女性を〉襲う, 強姦(ごうかん)する.
1 （…への）攻撃, 襲撃；非難((on, upon, against ...))
2 ((しばしばan 〜))発病, （…の）発作((of ...))
3 （仕事などへの）取り組み, 着手, 開始；《音楽》アタック（音楽の出のきっかけ）.
4 （サッカーなどの）攻撃；攻撃陣.5 強姦（未遂）.