2016年9月14日 星期三

nurse, crass, carcinoma

Rodrigo Duterte told his defence secretary to buy weapons from Russia and China rather than America, hitherto the Philippines’ closest ally. He also said the navy would no longer patrol the South China Sea alongside American vessels. “I do not like the Americans,” said Mr Duterte. “It’s simply a matter of principle for me”

Duterte may undo the economic gains of recent years
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PAUL KRUGMAN, who won last year’s Nobel prize in economics for his work on trade, wrote in 1993: “What a country really gains from trade is the ability to import things it wants. Exports are not an objective in and of themselves; the need to export is a burden that a country must bear because its import suppliers are crass enough to demand payment.”


Op-Ed: Selling Out The American Dreamhttp://hbswk.hbs.edu/item/6071.htmlThe American Dream has been transformed from an embodiment of the country's core values into a crass appeal to materialism and easy gratification. One result: the current economic crisis, says Professor John Quelch. The federal government isn't helping.




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nurse was found in the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary at the entries listed below.



"But you let her wander around. She could easily escape."
He raised his head in sharp contradiction. "Never. Her nurse never leaves her."
"Her nurse!"

And Mitford attempted one night — in the crudest and most harmful way — to, as he put it, rescue her. Of course her nurse stepped in. There was a most disagreeable fracas.



I stared down at the ground. "Lily."
"Why do you say my name like that?"
"You know why." She shook her head. I let the silence come. She sipped her tea, watched it, sipped it again. Always that secret inner smile; I looked round into the trees, to see if I could see the "nurse"; and hoping that she might ask me what I was looking for.
"Was your friend glad to see you in Athens?"




"I know I was born in London. We lived in a part of London called St. John's Wood. Maurice lived in St. John's Wood too. I studied music, I was in love with Maurice, we became engaged, but then the dreadful war came and he had to go away and I went to nurse and . . . I caught typhoid." She was barely pretending this was true; simply reciting her "past," with a small smile, in order to tease me.

I disliked Mitford because he was crass and mean, but even more because he was a caricature, an extension, of certain qualities in myself; he had on his skin, visible, the carcinoma I nursed inside me.




I disliked Mitford because he was crass and mean, but even more because he was a caricature, an extension, of certain qualities in myself; he had on his skin, visible, the carcinoma I nursed inside me.

car・ci・no・ma



━━ n. (pl. ~s, ~・ta  ) 【医】癌腫(がんしゅ).

crass 
adjective
without consideration for how other people might feel; stupid:
a crass remark
crass behaviour/ignorance
a crass error of judgment
He made crass comments about her worn-out clothes.

crassly
adverb

crassness 
noun [U]




carcinoma

看護


かんご 看護


nursing.
~する nurse; attend; look after.
看護学校 a nurses' training school.
看護士 a (male) nurse.
看護人 an attendant.
看護婦 a (sick) nurse.
看護婦長 a senior nursing officer; 〔英〕a matron.
看護兵 a hospital orderly.
正看護婦 a (〔英〕state) registered nurse.
准看護婦 a practical nurse.





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