Quote: "Some day I will be better remembered."
Baiting Tactic Divides Fishing Community
A fishing technique known as "yo-yoing" -- stuffing a bait fish with lead weight so it will sink to the ocean's bottom where big stripers lie -- has stirred a debate about sportsmanship in a Massachusetts fishing community.
Another system, commonly known as motor learning, is subconscious and depends on other brain systems. This explains why people can jump on a bike after years away from one and take the thing for a ride, or why they can pick up a guitar that they have not played in years and still remember how to strum it.
sport (GAME) Show phonetics
verb [I or T] -mm-
to move your fingers across the strings of a guitar or similar instrument
1 [C] a game, competition or activity needing physical effort and skill that is played or done according to rules, for enjoyment and/or as a job:
Football, cricket and hockey are all team sports.
I enjoy winter sports like skiing and skating.
2 [U] UK all types of physical activity which people do to keep healthy or for enjoyment:
She used to do/play a lot of sport when she was younger.
3 [U] OLD-FASHIONED fun or enjoyment
sporting Show phonetics
1 relating to sports:
The Olympics is the biggest sporting event in the world.
2 OLD-FASHIONED showing fairness and respect towards an opposing team or player
adjective [before noun]
relating to sport:
It's the school sports day on Monday.
sportsman Show phonetics
1 a man who plays sport, especially well
2 someone who plays sport in a way that shows respect and fairness towards the opposing player or team:
He'll be remembered both as a brilliant footballer and as a true sportsman.
behaving in a fair and respectful way towards the opposing team or player when playing sport
when you behave in a fair and respectful way towards the opposing team or player when playing sport
someone who plays sport, especially well:
He was voted Sportsperson of the Year.
a woman who plays sport, especially well:
a famous/keen/talented sportswoman
1 describes someone who enjoys sport and is good at it:
Guy wasn't really the sporty type.
2 describes clothes that are bright and informal, often looking like the type of clothes that you could wear for sports
3 A sporty car is a fast low car, often for two people only.
imprint (MARK) verb [T]
1 to mark a surface by pressing something hard into it
2 to fix an event or experience so firmly in the memory that it cannot be forgotten although you do not try to remember it:
That look of pure grief would be imprinted on her mind forever.
imprint Show phonetics noun
1[C usually singular] when an object presses on something and leaves a mark:
The button had left an imprint on my arm.
2 [S] when an event or experience becomes fixed in someone's memory or marked in some way on their appearance:
War has left its imprint on the strained faces of these people.
(from Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary)
imprint━━ vt. （印を）押す; 銘記させる ((on, in)).
━━ n. 押印; 痕跡; （本のとびらや奥付に刷った）発行者の住所・氏名・出版年月日（など）.
im・print・er ━━ n. 【コンピュータ】刻印装置.
im・print・ing ━━ n. 【生物】刷り込み, 刻印付け; 【コンピュータ】刻印.
M S Gorbachev：「每個人自己的人生命題，其實是由少年時期的切身體驗及所經歷的人生經驗所形成的。」（(20世紀的精神教訓：戈爾巴喬夫與池田大作對話錄)（北京：社會科學文獻出版社，2005，頁十二）