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sexual harassment: 性骚扰

2005-08-29 10:19
China's legislature Sunday passed amendments to the law on women's rights protection, which "prohibits sexual harassment of women" and empowers women to "lodge complaints" to relevant organizations.

constitution: 宪法

2005-08-26 09:44
The speaker of Iraq's parliament announced a one-day extension early Friday in talks on the new constitution - a fourth attempt to win Sunni Arab approval.

deliberate on: 审议

2005-08-24 09:44
China's top legislature on Tuesday started to deliberate on the draft amendment to the personal income tax law, a major move that experts see is meant to narrow the widening gap between the country's rich and poor.

martyr: 烈士;殉难者

2005-08-22 10:16
Facing trial and possible execution for the massacre of his fellow Muslims, ousted Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein sought in a letter published Sunday to cast himself as a martyr, writing that his "soul and existence is to be sacrificed" for the Arab cause.

military exercises: 军事演习

2005-08-18 09:41
Russia and China launched their first-ever joint military exercises Thursday on a Chinese peninsula jutting into the Yellow Sea - an-eight day event that symbolizes the two countries' bolstered ties.

clamp down on: 施压于;压制

2005-08-16 09:30
Afghan villagers said Thursday that Sri Lankans cremated their assassinated foreign minister Monday as the government urged the international community to clamp down on overseas supporters of Tamil rebels amid fears the killing could scuttle a three-year-old cease-fire.

Fatality: 死亡;宿命

2005-08-12 09:24
Afghan villagers said Thursday that U.S. warplanes had bombed houses, killing several civilians and wounding others, including an infant. U.S. forces suffered their sixth fatality in a week amid rising violence.

Cruise missile: 巡航导弹

2005-08-12 09:04
Pakistan has test fired its first cruise missile, capable of carrying nuclear and conventional warheads, and did not give advance warning to its arch rival India, officials said.

Whopping: 巨大的

2005-08-11 09:36
President Bush opened the gates Wednesday for spending a whopping $286.4 billion on roads and bridges, rail and bus facilities, bike paths and recreational trails, saying the projects from coast to coast would spur the economy and save lives.

Reconnaissance: 侦察,踏勘

2005-08-11 09:15
James Hart, commissioner of the City of London Police, told the Financial Times there had been "hostile reconnaissance" of the City on several occasions since September 11, 2001.

Touch down: 着陆,降落

2005-08-10 10:15
The space shuttle Discovery touched down Tuesday morning, completing NASA's first shuttle mission since Columbia broke apart during re-entry in February 2003.

Smother: 使熄灭,使窒息

2005-08-10 09:52
A total of 38 firefighting aircraft resumed their efforts Tuesday to smother the fire, believed to have been sparked by lightning. The blazes started late Sunday, and some 430 people have been evacuated from the area as a precaution, Efe said.

Haze: 薄雾

2005-08-09 09:54
Howling winds whipped up desert sands overnight, coating the streets of the city in a gritty opaque haze. Though sandstorms are common in Iraq's desert terrain, especially during the summer, the one that arrived overnight was the worst in two years, long-suffering residents said.

Remand: 还押,押候

2005-08-09 09:22
They were remanded to November 14 at London's Central Criminal Court, the Old Bailey.

Submarine: 潜艇

2005-08-08 15:40
The seven-man crew of a trapped Russian mini-submarine are back in port after a three-day ordeal at the bottom of the Pacific with dwindling oxygen.

Sticking point: 症结

2005-08-08 09:14
The six-party talks have so fair failed to result in an agreement. The sticking point, officials said Sunday, was North Korea's refusal to abandon all its nuclear programs.

Protracted: 延长的

2005-08-05 09:43
China was struggling to persuade its ally North Korea to agree to a statement meant to lay the foundation for nuclear disarmament as the protracted round of negotiations entered their tenth day on Thursday.

Bloodthirsty: 残忍的

2005-08-05 09:32
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon condemned the attack, calling it "a reprehensible act of a bloodthirsty Jewish terrorist who sought to attack innocent Israeli citizens."

Amphibious assault vehicle: 水陆两用装甲车

2005-08-04 09:43
The military said the bomb struck the amphibious assault vehicle about 1 mile south of Haditha, a city along the Euphrates River about 135 miles northwest of Baghdad. The military said one Marine was wounded.

Surveillance: 监视,监督

2005-08-04 09:16
Iran said it hoped to restart work at a uranium conversion plant on Wednesday and said a request by the U.N. nuclear watchdog that it wait a week for surveillance equipment to be installed was unacceptable.

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