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1. authority 

Mexican authorities noticed a large number of hospitalizations and deaths among healthy adults.

ī箔ע⵽ڳдסԺ

One authority says that these intensely powerful mental events can be not only harnessed but actually brought under conscious control.

һλʿf@ЩO䏊ľ¼Լs߀RMп

2. equivalent ȃr

The digital credential would be a "voluntary trusted identity" system that would be the high-tech equivalent of a physical key a fingerprint and a photo ID card.

ԓCԳɞһ"Ը"ϵyĶɞָyԼCĸ߿Ƽȃr

3. alternative

They tend to keep a tighter hold on their purse and consider eating at home a realistic alternative.

ԸվoԼXڼҳһNF

4. substitute

Devoted concertgoers reply that recordings are no substitute for live performance.

\ۺ߻شƬ`1F

5. community йԵ (^)

The approach would create a "walled garden" in cyberspace with safe "neighborhoods" and bright "streetlights" to establish a sense of a trusted community.

ԓ܉ھWjgһ"ЉĻ@"аȫ"Pϵ"Լ"֟"ĶһNȫ^R

6. transaction

The individuals and organizations can complete online transactions with confidence.

˺ͽM܉Mεȫھ

7. mentality đB

It seems clear that such a scheme is an initiative push toward what would eventually be a compulsory of Internet "driver's license" mentality.

ԓӋ@һƔKγһNӢؾW"{"đB

8. skepticism

The plan has also been greeted with skepticism by some computer security experts.

ԓҲ⵽Xȫҵđ

History and news become confused and one's impressions tend to be a mixture of skepticism and optimism.

vʷ„׃˂_ʼaһNc^ϵӡ

9. executive ߼

But Edward Dolman the chief executive says "I'm pretty confident we're at the bottom."

ϯйِ۵Aࠖf"ȫŬFѽڵײ"

10. irony S

This episode crystallizes the irony that although American men tend to talk more than women in public situations they rarely talk at home.

ԓ鹝wFһNSǾ؞ڹϱŮfԒڼfԒ

11. preference ƫ

The first and more important is the consumer's growing preference for eating out.

ȲҪM߲LČͲ͵ƫ

12. predominance

Just as inevitably the retreat from predominance proved painful.

ɱ@NăݵλĸXʹ

13. pattern Dģʽ

The pattern was observed by political scientist Andrew Hacker in the late 1970s.

οƌWҰoʮ^쵽@һģʽ

14. infrastructure AOʩ

Big retailers could profitably apply their scale existing infrastructure and proven skills in the management of product ranges logistics and marketing intelligence.

ڹaƷeԼINܻԑҎģлAOʩ͚vļ@ɈD

15. inequity

In my own research complaints from women about their husbands most often focused not on tangible inequities such as having given up the chance for a career to accompany a husband.

ԼоŮԂɷıԹͨᘌЩ@IJŗšIɷ

16. humanity 

He is publishing a paper which not only suggests that one group of humanity is more intelligent than the others but explains the process that has brought this about.

ڰlһƪՓIJHʾijȺwȺw”߀@NFa^

His concern is mainly with the humanities Literature languages philosophy and so on.

ҪPעČWƣČWZ܌Wȵ

17. revival ͻd

Is there any chance that Cardus's criticism will enjoy a revival? The prospect seems remote.

˹uՓЙCͻ?@bh

18. amateur Iۺ

Moreover the amateur tradition in music criticism has been in headlong retreat.

uՓеĘIۺ߂yڼ˥

19. corporation ˾

Corporations could use such approaches to introduce new routines.

˾@ЩµđT

It's a self-examination that has involved issues of responsibility creative freedom and the corporate bottom line.

@һNҙzа؟ɺ͹˾׾Ȇ}

20. economy w

Rich economies are also less dependent on oil than they were and so less sensitive to swings in the oil price.

ԣҲ^ȥôهʯˌ̓rӾͲô

21. adolescent

Chewing gum once bought primarily by adolescent boys is now featured in commercials as a breath freshener and teeth cleanser for use after a meal.

ҪُIFڄtF̘IVÁʹښԼÁڲͺ坍X

22. juvenile

Many theories concerning the causes of juvenile delinquency focus either on the individual or on society as the major contributing influence.

ܶP`ԭՓҪӰԭwڂ˻

23. jury ㌏F

Many Americans regard the jury system as a concrete expression of crucial democratic values.

ܶ˰㌏FƶȿPIrֵľwF

24. qualification Y

There is a principle that all citizens should meet minimal qualifications of age and literacy.

һԭtǾй񑪮gRYҪ

25. specialization T

Specialization can be seen as a response to the problem of an increasing accumulation of scientific knowledge.

TԿnjƌW֪Re۵һN푑

26. prerequisite țQl

Professionalism has turned the acquisition of a doctoral degree into a prerequisite for a successful academic career.

IʹòʿWλɞɹWgĵțQl

27. connotation Ⱥ

The word "amateur" does carry a connotation that the person concerned is not fully integrated into the scientific community and in particular may not fully share its values.

"Iۺ"һ~Ĵ_@һNȺǾ]ȫMƌW˲rֵ^

28. prospect ǰ

Losing a job is hurting you don't skip down to the job center with a song in your heart delighted at the prospect of doubling your income from the generous state.

ʧȥʹģ㲻ܳı؁͘Id@ćҕ׌뷭

29. prosperity s

"The Heart of the Matter" the just-released report by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS) deserves praise for affirming the importance of the humanities and social sciences to the prosperity and security of liberal democracy in America.

"|ĺ"ˇgcƌWоԺlһƪ@ƪ϶ČWƺƌWķscȫҪֵñP

30. intelligence 

Jury duty was once limited to persons of supposedly superior intelligence education and moral character.

㌏Fš؟HЩ׿Խ͵B

Indeed the quest for true artificial intelligence has produced very mixed results.

Œ˹ܵ̽@õĽYǷdzs

31. fitness

But despite some claims to the contrary laughing probably has little influence on physical fitness.

MܴһЩŒЦw׺]ʲôӰ

32. seminar ӑՓ

He spent many of his weekly seminars giving detailed instructions in techniques of observation.

˺ܶӑՓԔf^켼g

33. duty š؟

Some philosophers argue that rights exist only within a social contract as part of an exchange of duties and entitlements.

һЩ܌Wš؟cĽQһHs

34. advocate (vt.) (n.)

Rosenberg argues convincingly that public-health advocates ought to take a page from advertisers so skilled at applying peer pressure.

_ɭŷV̺ڑͬ鉺ߑW

He advocated freedom of thought and of personal expression.

ᳫ˼ɺ͂˱_

35. benefactor

These benefactors have succeeded in their chosen fields and they want to use their wealth to draw attention to those who have succeeded in science.

@ЩԼIܳɹԼؔЩڿƌWIȡóɹ

36. entrepreneur I

These upstart entrepreneurs cannot buy their prizes the prestige of the Nobels.

@ЩͻȻIҲͨ^XʹԼĪ헾Zؐǘӵ

37. chaos y

Beethoven's music tends to move from chaos to order as if order were an imperative of human existence.

ؐҵǏĻy^ɵ·ߟoϵ

38. tension

The tension between the universal and the particular has been immensely productive in anthropology.

Wձc֮gď܉aоY

39. obesity

Of even greater concern is the fact that obesity turns out to be very difficult to define.

yMжx@һŒܵPע

40. significance Ҫx

Because our conscious mind is occupied with daily life we don't always think about the emotional significance of the day's events

ճռ҂R˼҂Ǖ˼ճ¼x

41. institute оC(T)WԺ

According to the Canadian Institute for Health Information prescription drug costs have risen since 1997 at twice the rate of overall health-care spending.

ô󽡿ϢоԺĽyӋ1997ԁtUw_N̎ˎɱڴ

42. institution ƶCC

He is that rare bird a scientist who works independently of any institution.

ǷNcͬһκΙCĿƌWڹ

There is the so-called big deal where institutional subscribers pay for access to a collection of online journal titles through site-licensing agreements.

һNǙCÑXͨ^WվSfhھڿ

The findings of a research institution have consistently shown that workers in all countries can be trained on the job to achieve radical higher productivity and as a result radically higher standards of living.

оCİlFһµرЇҵĄڄ߶ͨ^Ӗ@aʵĸĶˮƽ

The southern states would not have signed the Constitution without protections for the peculiar institution.

oϷݵƶrͲ𑗷

It may be said that the measure of the worth of any social institution is its effect in enlarging and improving experience; but this effect is not a part of its original motive.

˂fκCrֵĺUʾ򞷽Ч@һЧ@ЩCƵәC

Malinowski regarded all institutions of a society as intrinsically linked to each other and stressed that every social or cultural phenomenon ought to be studied in its full context.

RZ˹Cƿ໥“ϵ{ĻF龳Mо

43. intellectual ֪R֪R

It is intellectuals not America who have become anti-intellectual.

֪R֪Rӱ

44. manuscript ָ

When I set out to revise and update this book the original manuscript was five years old.

ڌ@M޸ĺ͸•rָѽ֮

45. trait

The trait we commonly call talent is highly overrated.

҂^uPڲŸɵ

46. reference

In effect you try to reconstruct the likely meaning or effects that any given sentence image or reference might have had.

ŒԇLԇκνoD򅢿ԾеxЧMؽ

47. inference

You make further inferences for instance about how the text may be significant to you.

MMһԓıкηNҪ

48. legacy za

Morgan's legacy would also be acknowledged by many Marxist anthropologists.

ĦzaҲõR˼xWҵJ

49. label ˺

Advances in technology have allowed mass-market labels such as Zara H&M and Uniqlo to react to trends more quickly and anticipate demand more precisely.

gİlչʹTSHMԼŽ@ӵĴЈƷ܉ЈڅݿٷӜʴ_،MAy

50. vogue

I shall then proceed to characterize the system now in vogue in Western civilization.

Ҍ^mvЬFеwϵ

 

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