2016年11月7日 星期一

razzmatazz, intersect, intersectional, at the intersection, gigantic sinkhole, sweeping changes



The sinkhole started off as two smaller holes that merged into one.


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"Everyone should be feminist, and everyone’s feminism should be intersectional. Don’t know what intersectional feminism is? To put it as simply as possible, it is the idea that feminism must be completely inclusive, that it cannot be separated from race, class, religion, gender, disability....


Change Sweeping to the FCC
Julius Genachowski, technology adviser to President-elect Barack Obama, is poised to become chairman of the Federal Communications Commission at a time when communications policy lies at the intersection of sweeping changes in the high-tech business landscape. With Genachowski's private-sector ex...
(By Cecilia Kang, The Washington Post)




Obama Set to Reverse Bush’s Stem-Cell Restrictions By DAVID STOUT and GARDINER HARRIS
The president’s action, which will carry out a campaign pledge, involves a long-controversial intersection of science and personal moral beliefs.


Fashion | 13.09.2008 C-Neeon Chic: A Berlin Label Makes a Splash Abroad

Two Berlin designers are acclaimed on the international fashion scene, but still struggle in the home market. Their bright neon colours and razzmatazz forms intersect in the worlds of fashion and pop art.




intersect
verb
1 [I or T] (of lines, roads, etc.) to cross one another:
The roads intersect near the bridge.

2 [T] to divide an area into smaller parts by crossing it with straight lines:
The gardens are intersected by gravel paths.

intersection 
noun
1 [C or U] when two lines cross, or the point where this happens:
The intersection of the lines on the graph marks the point where we start to make a profit.

2 [C] MAINLY US the place where two or more roads join or cross each other:
a busy intersection
Turn right at the next intersection.




n.
  1. The act, process, or result of intersecting.
  2. (also ĭn'tər-sĕk'-) A place where things intersect, especially a place where two or more roads cross.
  3. Mathematics.
    1. The point or locus of points where one line, surface, or solid crosses another.
    2. A set that contains elements shared by two or more given sets.


WordNet: razzmatazz
Meaning #1: any exciting and complex play intended to confuse (dazzle) the opponent
Synonyms: razzle-dazzlerazzlerazmataz

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━━ n. 〔話〕 浮かれ騒ぎ; 〔話〕 大げさで派手な行為.

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