Israel Says It Has Proof That Syria Has Used Chemical Weapons
By DAVID E. SANGER and JODI RUDOREN
Tel Aviv made its most definitive statement accusing Syria of using chemical weapons, which President Obama has called a "red line" Syria cannot cross.
The built environment of London, Bartle Frere once noted, "expresses what the people think, feel or mean, and not what they are told to think, feel or mean." It "grows from within." We may swoon at the engineering and organizational feats of these new cities, with their gleaming airports and sleek monorails. But as Mr. Brook writes: "The true city of the future is not simply the city with the tallest tower or the most stunning skyline but one that is piloted by the diverse, worldly, intelligent people it assembles and forges." For a city truly to succeed, it must allow individuals their freedom as well.
his glowering face
its sword upraised,
intr.v., swooned, swoon·ing, swoons.
- To faint.
- To be overwhelmed by ecstatic joy.
- A fainting spell; syncope. See synonyms at blackout.
- A state of ecstasy or rapture.
[Middle English swounen, probably from iswowen, in a swoon, from Old English geswōgen, past participle of *swōgan, to suffocate.]
- swoons (複数形) • swooned (過去形) • swooned (過去分詞) • swooning (現在分詞) • swoons (三人称単数現在)
[動](自)((古))気が遠くなる, 気絶する(faint)；無我夢中になる, 恍惚(こうこつ)となる.━━[名]気絶, 卒倒, 恍惚.
tr.v., -raised, -rais·ing, -rais·es.
To raise or lift up; elevate.
Definition of redline
Origin:from the use of red as a limit marker, in redline (sense 2 of the verb) a limit marked out by ringing a section of a map
intr.v., -ered, -er·ing, -ers.
To look or stare angrily or sullenly. See synonyms at frown.
An angry or sullen look or stare.
[Middle English gloren, probably of Scandinavian origin.]gloweringly glow'er·ing·ly adv.
|(noun) A sullen or angry stare.|
|Usage:||His frown deepened into a glower of resentment.|