In Alabama, psychiatrists are paid anywhere from $120 to $240 per hour. This is for those who are considered independent contractors and receive no other benefits.
hourly rate 也可以是成本計算中某單位平均的每小時分擔的成本
hourly rateis the basic rate of pay per hour. Hourly rates are used largely, though not exclusively, as the means of expressing the rate of pay for manual occupations. Hourly rates contrast with annual salaries, in which the rate of pay is based on the number of weeks worked per year and which are used for most non-manual occupations. A feature of the movement towards single status in industry has been the abandoning of hourly rates and the use of salaries for all categories of employee.
日常用語(Informal). To merit or deserve: people that rate special treatment. See synonyms at earn1.
Girls rule!!! For the first time in the 50-year history of the Grammy Awards, the five contenders for Best New Artist are all women. Tonight,
Taylor Swift, Ledisi, Paramore, Feist and Amy Winehouse will vie for a prize that once was a stronghold of male performers. (Yes, Paramore has male members, but the lead singer of the quartet is a young woman named Hayley Williams.) Which is not to say that men don't still rate. Yesterday, Grammy Lifetime Achievement Awards were given to Burt Bacharach, Doris Day, Earl Scruggs, Cab Calloway, Itzhak Perlman,
Max Roach and The Band.
"Girls talk to each other like men talk to each other. But girls have an eye for detail." — Amy Winehouse
Known as a “kitchen incubator,” La Cocina (la-koh-SEE-nuh) is a shared-use space created two years ago to provide a platform for women entrepreneurs without assets. Offering a low hourly rate for access to 2,200 square feet of restaurant-quality kitchen space, the nonprofit La Cocina also provides training from high-profile mentors and technical assistance on creating business plans and building marketing programs.
“There’s an entrepreneurial gene,” said Valeria Perez Ferreiro, executive director of La Cocina. “And we are finding amazing entrepreneurs who are already cooking or have a product that is so promising that it deserves to be seen in the market and that we think has a chance for success.”
Pat DaSilva for the New York Times
Cool | 20.03.2008 | 05:30
Musical Overload at the Frankfurt Music Fair
There are thousands of different instruments on show at the Frankfurt Music Fair. But more and more visitors come to check out the latest musical gadgets.Over 2500 exhibitors came to Frankfurt from all over the world this year to show off the latest and greatest developments in the music world.
With an area of over 100,000 square meters, there's certainly a lot to see -- and hear!
overload Show phonetics
verb [T] overloaded or UK ALSO overladen
1 to put too large a load in or on something:
Don't overload the washing machine, or it won't work properly.
2 to put too much electricity through an electrical system
overload Show phonetics
noun [C or U]
People today suffer from information overload (= being given too much information).
There was an overload on the electrical circuit and the fuse blew.
overloaded Show phonetics
having or supplied with too much of something:
The market is already overloaded with car magazines - why would anyone want to produce another one?
(from Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary)
information overload in oral presentations and learning to speak comfortably without a podium.
information overload noun [U]
when you receive too much information at one time and cannot think about it in a clear way:
Spread your visit to the museum over two days if you want to avoid information overload.
rate was found in the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary at the entries listed below.
rate of exchange
at a rate of knots
at this rate
at any rate
1 [C][U]地位, 身分；[U]高い地位. ⇒STATE[類語]
the political and social status of women
2 [U]（物事の）状態, 情勢［ラテン語stāre（立つ）＋-tus（過去分詞語尾）＝立っている状態. △STATE］
the status of the negotiations