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必背句型:A:The legislature cannot transfer the power of making laws to any other hands.立法机关不能把立法权转让给其他任何人B:So only the legislature can make laws.所以只有立法机关有立法权The leader transfers the power of making decisions to others.这个领导把决定权转让给其他人Why do you transfer the power of making decisions to him?你为什么把决定权转让给他?The leader cannot transfer the power of making decisions to others.这个领导不能把决定权转让给其他人延伸阅读:A:Where can we get indications of the legislative intent?我们从哪里可以得到立法意图的线索?B:The legislative history may provide indications of the legislative intent.立法史可以提供有关立法意图的线索The person may provide indications of the place.这个人可以提供这个地方的线索The manager may provide a chance of working here.这个经理可以给你提供在这里工作的机会Im afraid I cannot provide any help.我恐怕不能提供任何帮助 539。

必背句型:A:What the definition of law?法律的定义是什么?B:The definition of law depends on how we look at its purposes or functions.法律的定义取决于我们如何看它的目的或功能Whether to go or not depends on you.去不去由你决定The promotion depends on your permance.提升取决于你的表现The result depends on your decision.结果取决于你的决定延伸阅读:A:What the aim to make laws?制定法律的目的是什么?B:laws are made to prevent the stronger from having the power to do everything.法律旨在防止强者滥用权力为所欲为The parents prevent their children from facing danger.家长防止孩子遇到危险He wears a hat to prevent him from shining by sun.他戴了顶帽子防止被晒The rule was made to prevent the buyers from bargaining with the seller.规定旨在防止买方与卖方讨价还价 550。

A: Good afternoon. Welcome to Lincoln Bank, how can we be of service?下午好欢迎光临Lincoln,我们如何为您效劳?B: Hi. You called and said I should come in. It about some documents that have arrived Nobu Foods.你好你们给我打电话,让我来一趟说是Nobu食品公司的单据已经到了A: Just pulling up your inmation now. Yes,some documents arrived you from Sapporo.我正在调出您的信息是的,从札幌来的给你们的单据到了B: Oh great! Weve been waiting those. Is everything alright with them?哦,太棒了!我们这阵子一直等着这些单据它们没有问题吧?A: Actually, there is a problem. It the goods description, it a little different on the invoice, but this does happen sometimes.实际上,有一个问题就是那个货物的种类,与发货单上的稍有不同,但这种事情有时候的确会发生B: No,everything has to be perfect.不行,一切都必须是准确无误的A: No problem,Ill just get the m you.没问题,我这就给您拿表格 6。

The Bulls Of MarchIt feels good to be right. But the few analysts who accurately called the market's bottom in early March aren't feeling so great about where stocks are headed.One of the most famous of this group, Jeremy Grantham, penned a note on March 10 entitled 'Reinvesting When Terrified' that encouraged investors to buy, suggesting stocks were 30% undervalued.Since then, the market has roared ahead, without stopping for a correction of 10% or more. Standard amp; Poor's 500-share index ended last week at 1026.13, up nearly 52% from its 12 1/2-year low on March 9 and its highest close since Oct. 6. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is at 9505.96, up 45% since its March low.Now, the chairman of Boston asset-management firm GMO and his colleagues say the Samp;P 500 has zoomed right past what they consider fair value of about 880, based on earnings estimates and historical price-to-earnings ratios.Mr. Grantham sees 'seven lean years' of a sluggish market ahead, to atone for what the firm believes was a long era of overpriced stocks, according to his newsletter.'The past 12 years have seen two bubbles that were really good for corporate profits,' says Ben Inker, GMO's director of asset allocation. 'Now things are unlikely to be anywhere near as good as people have gotten used to, because we're not going to have a bubble to help us.'Several other analysts who got it right in March say they aren't roaring bulls about the long-term outlook, although their views for the next 12 months are split.In March, analysts who picked the bottom were a lonely lot. Panic was widesp, and previously bullish analysts were advising clients to stay out of the market. Yet rather than double down on their bearish take, some long-time market skeptics decided a bottom was near.One who shifted gears, Michael Darda, chief economist at brokerage firm MKM Partners in Greenwich, Conn., is optimistic about stocks' prospects for next year. But he harbors doubts about stocks' ability to eke out gains past 2010.On Feb. 24, after months of advising clients to invest defensively, Mr. Darda released a note entitled 'Getting More Constructive,' in which he said, 'Several indicators that caused us to go bearish on equities last summer have recently improved.'Though he now suggests the market could be due for a pause after its breakneck rally, Mr. Darda says he believes the economic recovery will be more robust than most investors expect, driving the Samp;P 500 to 1200 or 1300 next year.'The depth of the recession, the turn in leading economic indicators and the shift in credit markets, which has been pretty dramatic, lead us to an above-consensus view on GDP and earnings, in line with our stock-market target,' he says.Beyond 2010, the outlook may not be so sunny given the prospect of Federal Reserve monetary tightening, the potential for higher tax rates as a result of swollen government budget deficits and other headwinds.Other analysts are glummer about the near-term outlook.Among them is Vinny Catalano, chief investment strategist at Blue Marble Research. After months in the bear camp, Mr. Catalano on March 5 published a piece on the Minyanville Web site titled 'Bears Out of Momentum,' in which he identified what he called 'the first signs of a cyclical bullish scenario.'Like Mr. Grantham, Mr. Catalano now thinks stocks are slightly overvalued. He thinks the Samp;P's fair value is closer to 945, based on earnings estimates and traditional P/E ratios, and could retreat to that point, or lower, in a hurry, possibly as soon as autumn.The last time market indicators were flagging a market move this consistently, he says, was early March. Of some comfort to the bulls, Mr. Catalano doesn't expect a retest of the March lows; at most, he sees a correction of about 10%.He has company from former newsletter publisher Peter Grandich. On March 6, Mr. Grandich, now the chief commentator for Canadian online investment community Agoracom, put out a note entitled 'Bye, Bye Permabear Camp -- It's Been Great!' After 18 months of 'feasting on bull meat,' he turned slightly more positive.'I no longer believe it's worthy to sell rallies and one should now look to buy declines,' he wrote at the time.Mr. Grandich now thinks the Dow is likely to stall roughly at 10500. While that would be a gain of about 10% from here, foreign markets offer more juice, he says, given that they have less of a debt overhang than the U.S. does.He also doesn't expect a retreat to March lows, but says he thinks headwinds from an aging population that will pull money out of stocks, lost wealth and household debt will keep stocks in a rut in the coming years, churning between the March lows and the pre-Lehman highs.Like all of the analysts who got the March call right, Mr. Grandich warns that past performance is no guarantee of future results.'Those of us that live by looking in a crystal ball,' he says, 'learn to eat a lot of broken glass.' /08/82331。

A two-time Republican governor says U.S. President Barack Obama has resorted to ;extremism; with what he called anti-growth policies and a plan to divide Americans rather than unite them. In Tuesdays Republican response to the presidents State of the Union Address, Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels said the Obama administration has sought to win favor with some Americans by castigating others. He said the presidents policies stifle the development of homegrown energy and have canceled plans for what he called a ;perfectly sane pipeline; ; the proposed Keystone XL pipeline from western Canada to the Gulf Coast of Texas ; that supporters say would employ tens of thousands of workers. Mr. Obama has refused approval for the pipeline through the U.S. at least temporarily, while pursuing policies aimed at reducing pollution and climate change. Daniels also said the move will raise consumer utility bills and fail to improve human health or stabilize world temperatures, calling it a ;pro-poverty policy.;担任过两届美国印第安纳州州长的共和党人米;丹尼尔斯说,美国总统奥巴马诉;极端主义;,奉行遏制经济增长的政策,以及计划分裂美国民众而不是使之团结。米;丹尼尔斯星期二回应奥巴马的国情咨文讲话。他说,奥巴马政府为了赢取一部分美国人的好感,不惜惩戒其他人。丹尼尔斯说,奥巴马总统的政策压制本土能源业的发展,取消了从加拿大西部通往德克萨斯州墨西哥湾地区的基斯通XL输油管道的提议。丹尼尔斯说,这条输油管;完全没有问题;,持者说,这个项目能雇用数万名工人。奥巴马至少暂时拒绝批准这条经由美国的这条输油管道,同时奉行旨在降低污染和缓解气候变化的政策。丹尼尔斯还说,奥巴马的这一做法将增加消费者在水电煤气方面的花销,而且不能改善人民的健康,也不能稳定全球气温。丹尼尔斯说,这是一;促进贫困的政;。He said Republicans prefer a pro-growth approach that supports private sector jobs that will restore opportunity for all and generate public revenues to pay the nations bills. He said that during Mr. Obamas three years in office, an ;explosion of spending; has added trillions to the national debt. He said the president has put the nation on a course to make things radically worse in the years ahead. Daniels said Republicans do not accept the view that the nation will be one of ;haves and have-nots.; Instead, he said, Republicans want a nation of ;haves and soon-to-haves.; He called for ;a dramatically simpler; tax system of fewer loopholes and lower rates. He said the nation should maximize new domestic energy technologies, which he called ;the best break our economy has gotten in years.; Former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain delivered a response for the conservative Tea Party movement operating within the Republican party. He called Mr. Obamas speech ; a hodgepodge (collection) of little ideas; and said what the country needs is more comprehensive reform. He criticized the countrys rising national debt and called for a balanced budget and a simpler, fairer tax code. Concluding, he said Washington (the federal government) has forgotten that it works for for the American people and added that the people, in his words, ;want our power back.;他说,共和党人主张一种促进增长的途经,这一途经有利于私营产业的工作机会,将为所有人重新带来机遇,并可以产生公共收入来付国家的花销。丹尼尔斯说,在奥巴马执政的三年间,;出激;带来了数万亿美元的新增国债。他说,奥巴马已经使国家走上一条在未来几年情况大幅度恶化的道路。丹尼尔斯说,共和党人不接受美国将成;有产者和无产;的国家的这一看法。他说,非但如此,共和党人需要一;有产者和即将成为有产;的国家。他呼吁建立一个漏洞较少、税率较低的;大为简;的税收体系。他说,国家应该最大限度地采用国内能源技术,他说这是美国经济多年来遇到的;最佳转;。共和党前总统参选人赫尔;凯恩向共和党内保守派的茶党运动发表有关回应。他说,奥巴马的讲话;一些小想法的集;,而美国需要的是更加全面的改革。他批评美国不断升高的国债,并呼吁平衡预算,简化税法,使之更加公平。凯恩讲话结束时说,联邦政府忘记了自己是为美国人民工作的。他还说,人民要;收回权力;。来 /201201/169524。