Taiwan Riled Up Over First Family Wedding
Wall Street Journal- India (blog)
Taiwan has been in a tizzy since Saturday, when a local TV station released footage of a small banquet held at Taipei's Grand Hotel it said came from a dinner celebrating the marriage of first daughter Lesley Ma. That set off 48 hours of rabid ...
October 5, 2011 -- 3:00 p.m. EDT
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The movies of Bettie Page, the actress-model who has died in Los Angeles after a heart attack, were sold under the counter, mailed in plain brown wrappers. Yet decades later she was elevated to the status of pulp goddess
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By STEVEN GREENHOUSE
A dispute between a Los Angeles local and the leader of the parent
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intr.v., -zled, -zling, -zles.
- To make the hissing sound characteristic of frying fat. The sausages are sizzling in the pan.
- To seethe with anger or indignation.
- To be very hot: a summer day that sizzled.
A hissing sound.
[Perhaps frequentative of Middle English sissen, to hiss, of imitative origin.]v. intr. - 發嘶嘶聲
n. - 嘶嘶聲
n. - ジュージューいう音
v. - ジュージューいう, じりじりする
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1 [S or U] a soft wet mass:
Mash the bananas to a pulp and then mix in the yoghurt.
2 [U] small pieces of paper, cloth or wood mixed with water until they form a soft wet mass, used for making paper:
a pulp mill
3 [U] DISAPPROVING books and magazines which are of low quality in the way they are produced and the stories and articles they contain:
pulp Show phonetics
to make something into a pulp:
Old newspapers are pulped and recycled.in·dig·na·tion (ĭn'dĭg-nā'shən)
Anger aroused by something unjust, mean, or unworthy. See synonyms at anger.
[Middle English indignacioun, from Old French indignation, from Latin indignātiō, indignātiōn-, from indignātus, past participle of indignārī, to regard as unworthy, from indignus, unworthy. See indign.]
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