"Over the last week photographers from Voici magazine scaled our fence, climbed our tree and illegally took pictures of our infants inside our home. Make no mistake the photographers, the agency and the magazine will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. The safety of our children demands it."
The second spate of cuts to Kansai airport services follows a round of reductions and suspensions introduced last autumn. Airport revenue is expected to be severely impacted by the scaleback in operations, the sources added.
它在的生物界意義為(Zoöl.) Any one of numerous species of marine annelids of the family Polynoidæ, and allies, which have two rows of scales, or elytra, along the back. See Illust. under
By FREDDIE WILKINSON
Most climbers attempting to scale Mount Everest are increasingly estranged from the challenge of making their own decisions.
By JULIE BOSMAN
Publishers are scaling back on picture books as more parents favor text-heavy chapter books for their young children.
China could face an economic crisis unless it implements deep reforms, including scaling back its state-owned enterprises and making them operate more like commercial firms, a report says.
Taiwan scales back electricity price hike plan under public pressure
TAIPEI May 2 (Reuters) - Taiwan's government has scaled back a plan to increase power tariffs in the face of strong public opposition, and will carry them out in small doses over the next several months to reduce the impact on broader prices, ...
Google glasses – how groovy life could be. But when will they really work?
Christian Science Monitor
The Google glasses video created an online sensation, but the product won't exist anytime soon. There is risk in inflating consumers' expectations. By Gloria Goodale, Staff writer / April 5, 2012 Google has sparked an online tizzy with its Project ...
USA coach 'feelin' groovy' as Japan final looms
The Stars and Stripes are gunning for a third world crown, having never lost to Japan in 25 meetings since 1986 with 22 wins and three draws. The USA showed their fighting spirit to equalise against Brazil in the 122nd minute of their quarter-final, ...
1 関税（率）表；（…の）関税（率）((on ...)).
4 ((米略式))勘定書, 運賃, 料金.
1 …に関税を課す.2 …の税率［料金］（表）を定める.
adj. Slang, -i·er, -i·est.
Very pleasing; wonderful.
grooviness groov'i·ness n.equalize
v., -ized, -iz·ing, -iz·es. v.tr.
- To make equal: equalized the responsibilities of the staff members.
- To make uniform.
To constitute or induce equality, equilibrium, or balance.
equalization e'qual·i·za'tion (ē'kwə-lĭ-zā'shən) n.
equalize, ((主に英))-ise[e・qual・ize, ((主に英))-ise]
[動](他)…を（他のものと）等しくする, 平等［対等］にする((with, to ...))；〈数量などを〉均一［一様］にする, ならす
equalize tariffs on all imports
scale back something also scale something back
to reduce the size or amount of something The search for the child was scaled back sharply today, with almost a third of the volunteers heading home. The program was very effective, but the plan now is to scale it back.Opposite of: ramp up something
Usage notes: also used in the form scale down: The original jury award of $10 million was scaled down to $250,000 by the judge.
v., scaled, scal·ing, scales.
- To climb up or over; ascend: scaled the peak.
- To make in accord with a particular proportion or scale: Scale the model to be one tenth of actual size.
- To alter according to a standard or by degrees; adjust in calculated amounts: scaled down their demands; scaled back the scheduled pay increase.
- To estimate or measure the quantity of lumber in (logs or uncut trees).
- See hunchback (sense 1).
- A humped upper back.
- A humpback whale.
n. - 駝背, 座頭鯨
- humpback whale 座頭鯨, 有峰狀脊鰭之大鯨
n. - 若年性円背, 猫背, ザトウクジラ
Japanese Fleet to Hunt Humpback Whales
The Associated Press -
Japan's whaling fleet will leave port shortly for the South Pacific with orders to kill up to 50 humpbacks — the first known large-scale hunt for the whales ...