The Unknown Start-up That Built Google's First Self-Driving Car
Google has embraced this trend with a vengeance, buying more than 170 companies over the past 13 years. Voice over Internet Protocol, video ...
Umberto Eco once wrote a memorable essay arguing that the Apple Mac was a Catholic device, while the IBM PC was a Protestant one. His reasoning was that, like the Roman church, Apple offered a guaranteed route to salvation – the Apple Way – provided one stuck to it. PC users, on the other hand, had to take personal responsibility for working out their own routes to heaven.
Eco's metaphor applies with a vengeance to the new generations of Apple iDevices, which are rigidly controlled appliances. You may think you own your lovely, shiny new iPhone or iPad, but in reality an invisible virtual string links it back to Apple HQ at One Infinite Loop, Cupertino.該公司總部 地址
Revenge is a dish best served cold
MeaningVengeance is more satisfying when exacted in cold blood.
OriginThis proverbial saying certainly gets about a bit - in time and space. It sounds as though it ought to be old, from Shakespeare or the like. Vengeance was a frequent theme of Tudor drama and several authors wrote about it. Francis Bacon coined at least three 'revenge' proverbs:
- Revenge is a kind of wild justice.
- A man that studieth revenge keeps his own wounds green.
- Revenge triumphs over death
sin that cry to Heaven for vengeance ：呼籲上天懲罰的罪；招天怒之罪：如任意殺人、欺壓孤兒寡婦、剝削勞工等不義之罪，有時會招致天主立即的懲罰。[名][U][C]（人；事に対する）あだ討ち, 復讐(ふくしゅう)（の機会）, 仕返し((on, upon ...；for ...))
Heaven's vengeance is slow but sure.
He took vengeance on the enemy for killing his family.
with a vengeance(1) 強く, 激しく, ひどく
The storm struck with a vengeance.(2) 大いに, 非常に, 極度に, 本格的に
The population has increased with a vengeance.
He had gone native with a vengeance.