2017年1月1日 星期日

Notarized, solid credential, in shorthand,


CreditLuke Sharrett/The New York Times

The Afghan War
and the Evolution of Obama

A strategy that went from a “good war” to the shorthand “Afghan good enough” reflects the president’s coming to terms with what was possible in Afghanistan.
Young, Educated and Jobless in France By STEVEN ERLANGER
LILLE, France — Despite solid credentials, a “floating generation” of graduates cannot find permanent work.



Yahoo! sheds another boss
Yahoo Chief to Leave Amid Deal to End Proxy Fight
Scott Thompson will step down after a controversy over his academic credentials set off by a hedge fund.

Notarized "fellowship credential"

WE’RE LOSING OUR MINDS
With most critics of higher education focused on rising prices or on whether American colleges and universities are producing enough degree and certificate holders with sufficient skills to keep the U.S. economy vibrant and competitive -- the latter known in shorthand as the "completion agenda" -- a few analysts are homing in on the quality and rigor of what students are learning (or not) en route to those credentials.

notarize, ((主に英))-rise[no・ta・rize, ((主に英))-rise] 発音記号[nóutəràiz]

[動](他)((しばしば受身))((形式))〈証書・契約などを〉(公証人を通して)公証する.

shorthand
ˈʃɔːthand/
noun
  1. a method of rapid writing by means of abbreviations and symbols, used especially for taking dictation. The major systems of shorthand currently in use are those devised in 1837 by Sir Isaac Pitman and (in the US) in 1888 by John R. Gregg (1867–1948).
    "he took notes in shorthand"
    • a short and simple way of expressing or referring to something.
      "poetry for him is simply a shorthand for literature that has aesthetic value"

credential[cre・den・tial]
  • 発音記号[kridénʃəl]
[名]((通例〜s))
1 信用証明物[書];(大使・公使・使節などの)信任状;(一般に)証明書, 保証書, 資格認定書, 推薦状.
2 (ふさわしい)業績, 経歴;(…の)資格, 適性((for ..., to do)).
━━[形]信用証明となる, 資格認定の, 信任の.



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