Steinmeier's return to the Foreign Ministry
Social Democrat Frank-Walter Steinmeier will take control of the Foreign
Ministry for the second time under a grand coalition. But this time it will
be harder to leave his mark - next to "foreign chancellor" Merkel.
North Korea is marking the second anniversary of the death of leader Kim Jong-il, days after the dramatic purge of a top-level official.
For him, "Berggeist" points the way into the future - composed eight years before Weber's "Freitschütz" ("The Marksman"), it's like the work of an older brother.
But what does Dell have to offer Microsoft to justify a $2 billion check?
The first reason is clear: To keep the Windows ecosystem, under attack from all sides, both vibrant and large.
But there’s another less-obvious reason, too: To help wedge Microsoft deeper into corporate computing systems.
Diagnosis: Battered but Vibrant
By BENEDICT CAREY
Amid recession and violence, the resilience of Chatham, on Chicago's South Side, bolsters a theory that sees a community's character as the key to its success.
Guangdong has long been the most vibrant and economically liberal province in China. Now the idea that economic liberalism might be matched by greater political openness has come to be called the “Guangdong model”. A prominent supporter is Xiao Bin of Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, the provincial capital. On the blackboard, he draws a picture of an egg. He makes chalk marks on the white to show how changes can be made in the way the party rules, while leaving the yolk—for which read a Communist Party monopoly on power—unmarked.
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3 〈物・事・行為が〉刺激的な, 生き生きとした；（…で）わくわく［ぞくぞく］するような((with ...)).
5 〈人・性格が〉元気いっぱいの, 活発な, 精力的な
a vibrant presence
a city vibrant with life 活気のみなぎる都会.
- Not bearing an identifying mark: an unmarked police car; unmarked merchandise.
- Not observed or noticed.
Definition of marksmannoun (plural marksmen)