By STEVEN ERLANGERThe French, as evidenced by their intervention in Mali, take pride in their military capacity and in their independence of action.
Greece selloff reveals doubts over EU rescue
Concern over a potential liquidity shortage at Greece's private-sector banks fueled a sharp selloff in Greek debt and equity markets, suggesting that the European Union's efforts to defuse the crisis with a rescue promise have all but failed.
President Barack Obama and his advisers—stocked with the intellectual heirs of British economist John Meynard Keynes, who argued for government deficit spending to replace missing private-sector demand in a downturn—have acknowledged a need for deficit reductions in the long-run. But the U.S. has urged European nations not to rein in their spending too aggressively now, for fear it could tip the global economy back into recession.
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IN BRIEF: n. - A native or resident of the capital city of England.
(花卉): bluebells blue and Heuchera pink aka London Pride aka Coral Flower aka coralbell aka alumroot aka Saxifragaceae in garden in London England 1 PAR.jpg
- 1suddenly attack physically or verbally:he turned on her with cold savagery
(pride oneself on/upon)
pride of place
The highest or most important position: The crystal vase enjoyed pride of place on the grand piano.
rein in 放慢, 止住, 控制
rein in 歩調をゆるめさせる, 抑制する
Almost, nearly, as in I've all but finished the book. This expression was used by Andrew Marvell in "Thoughts in a Garden": "Society is all but rude, To this delicious solitude." [Late 1500s]