oughly mixed, add just enough water to make a stiff, putty- like paste. With a putty knife or trowel, spread the mixture on the frames. It will take at least a day for the cement to dry, at which time it will have a white, hard finish that will
Read and choose one suitable option (A, B, C) to complete the following sentences. (2.5 pts) Mr. Hai is a farmer. He lives in the country. He has some paddy fields and he produces a lot of rice. Near his house, he has a small field and he grows a few vegetables. He also has a few fruit trees. They produce a little fruit. Mr. Hai has some animals. He has two buffaloes and a few cows. He has some chickens. They produce a lot of eggs. He also has a dog and two cats.
When she’d received the unusual job offer that would require inter- rupting her studies in order to make a trip to Morocco, Breeden was the one she’d gone tofor advice. Breeden now owned a successful marketing consulting fi rm and practiced law on the side fora few select clients. She was Munroe’s buf- fer between everyday life and life on assignment. In the months and sometimes years that Munroe was out of the country, Breeden paid the bills, kept the accounts open, and forwarded pressing matters. Breeden was warm and friendly and absolutely ruthless. She’d screw a person over with a polite smile— cozy up and bury them alive— and for that reason Breeden was an ally: She was safe.
Some monies were also spent in marketing the myiris.com brand, and the firm managed coups like getting the Finance Minister on the myiris.com portal immediately after presenting the union budget. It was partly the innovative use of technology, where IRIS patched the Finance Minister's voice through a cellphone on their portal. It was a smash hit, and the portal rapidly grew in popularity. IRIS quickly grew toa little under 200 people and things were going extremely well. The company was all set to scale to the next level, establish a national presence through the portal, and build some proprietary products in the B2B information space. IRIS had also opened a new flank by starting to look at the outsourced research and information space in the United States and Europe.
epilogue (EP i LOG) n. 1. a closing section added toa novel, play, etc. provid- ing extra comment, interpretation, or information; 2. a short speech or poem read by an actor to the audience at the end of a play • An epilogue is to the end of a story what a prologue is to the beginning. • After his opera Don Giovanni ended with the lead character’s going to hell,
started logging what we shot. I never would have known to do that. But these are the basic building blocks of how you make a film. Really I learned by attach- ing myself to this project and to her, so I am very grateful. When I came backto New York, totally through luck, a friend of a friend was starting a documentary film production company. There was a little po- litical documentary bubble that started right after 9/11 around when George W. Bush was first elected. I got a job wrangling people to be in a film about Muslim communities after 9/11. But I also got to watch experienced filmmak- ers work. What did I learn from them? I learned about the architecture of the film. They took a very formal approach. Instead of interviewing people in their homes, they brought people onto a set. When I first saw that, I thought that was unnatural and that it would be better to show people in their own homes. But then, when I watched the final edit, I realized it actually served the film. There was an aesthetic and formal consistency that made it much more powerful. So that was like my film theory. I don’t actually read film theory and I don’t even watch very many movies. I don’t particularly like watching movies because I find them kind of emotionally exhausting, but maybe I also just like depressing ones. But really you don’t need to know the history of cinema inside and out to make something valuable. We live in such a mediated environment that we all know how movies work. And we know when they don’t work. So we know a lot. More than that, I think you learn much more by doing, i.e., by experimenting and making some mistakes along the way.
FIGURE 16-7 PhotoSuite comes with dozens of stationery templates. 5. Double-click the icon of the template you want to use. It appears full size on your desktop, ready for editing. 6. Click the Add Photos button in the panel on the left side of the screen, and specify a source you want to obtain the photos from: Computer, Digital Camera, or Scanner.
There was a pendant attached toa gold chain and an assortment of loose trinkets, all were tarnished almost beyond recognition, though he could still make out a couple of them, one of which appeared to be a miniature gold broom; if it had any magical properties, they had long since been destroyed. The other was a stubby brass candle that was burnt and stained and also appeared to hold no magical powers. The pendant looked like a wheel and it too was blackened round the edges. After putting them aside, Harry reached in to find a blotchy white card resting on a mound of blue cloth that had yellowed stains and scorch marks around the edges. He brought the card up to the light and turned it over, and there, with smiles on their faces and a baby cradled in their arms, sat James and Lily Potter. But unlike other photo’s Harry had seen of his mother and father, this James and Lily’s smile did not reach their eyes. They were sitting in a brightly lit room on a long floral couch, and Harry knew it was the sunroom Emerick had spoken of. The room where his mother would sit and wait for James.
Never had a dream come true Everybody's got something they had to leave behind One regret from yesterday that just seems to grow with time There's no use looking back or wondering (or wondering) How it could be now or neither been (or neither been) All this I know but still I can't find ways to let you go Chorus
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back . Listening Eight WOMAN : I saw a hilarious movie this weekend called The Joy 0/ Being Single. It 's about a woman who wants to get married , but she can't meet the right guy. All the guys she meets are either crazy or weird, or have too many probl ems. It's a farce. And it's very funny . There 's a lot of slapstick in it, but there 's also some very sophisticated humor as well. It stars Andrea Reddy, who is on e of m y
stand up for + defend (something one believes in) Every individual must stand up for what they believe in. stand up to + defend oneself against someone or something I think you should stand up to your older brother and tell him to stop pushing you around. stay over spend the night at a person's house It takes you so long to take the bus home, so why don't you just stay over? stick it to + severely criticize a person (inf.) My boss really stuck it to me when I arrived late to work for the third time this week. stick to + persevere, keep trying Even though English is a hard language to master, you must stick to it! stick up for + defend oneself or opinions Joseph joined the army because he believes he must stick up for his country. take after + resemble a parent or relative I take after my father. Who do you take after? take * away + remove, seize or capture The soldiers took the captives away.
48. Yesterday we did nothing but ..................... A. talking B. talked C. talk D. had talked 49. Instead of ...................... a new car, she'll have her old one .......................... A. to buy / repaired B. buying / to repair C. buying / be repaired D. buying / repaired 50. Is this the right place to catch the bus to the shopping center?
He broke out the champagne to celebrate his promotion. break out of + escape The murderer broke out of the prison. break * up + break into pieces I broke the cracker up into pieces and put it in the soup. break * up + disperse (a crowd), stop (a fight) The police broke the demonstration up before it got out of control. break up end a relationship Sam and Diane broke up again. What a rocky relationship. bring * about + cause to happen Democracy brought about great change in the lives of the people. bring * along + bring with When we go to the forest, bring your wildlife guide along. bring * around change someone's mind, convince someone She doesn't want to go, but we'll eventually bring her around. bring * away learn or gain (from an experience) My trip across the Sahara was difficult, but I brought a new appreciation for life away from
In the new work, Fraidenraich and co- workers report that their mutant Id mouse embryos display a loss of myocardial pro- liferative capacity, and marked dysregula- tion of a panel of cardiac genes revealed by gene profiling ( 1 ). The Id gene family is not expressed in the myocardium, but is ex- pressed in the epicardium. The investiga- tors note that conditioned medium from primary cultures of epicardial cells derived from wild-type embryos rescue the prolif- erative defect in cultured heart cells from the mutant mice. In contrast, conditioned medium derived from the Id mutant em- bryos had no activity, showing that the res- cue effect is specific. Their chimeric em- bryo studies also support a non–cell au- tonomous pathway that links the loss of Id signals from outside the myocardium with the cardiac defect. The authors found that injection of mutant blastocyst embryos with as few as 15 wild-type ES cells res- cued a subset of the cardiac defects and prevented death of the embryos. Surpris- ingly, the authors go on to show that the in- traperitoneal injection of ES cells into fe- male mice prior to conception also partial- ly rescued the cardiac phenotype and pre- vented embryonic lethality (see the figure). A brain vascular defect that causes brain hemorrhaging also was rescued, suggesting that the secreted rescue factors act from a distance on at least two distinct target tis- sues of the embryo. By using ES cells with reduced Id gene expression, the authors show that the rescue effect is specific for Id-related pathways. Through microarray analyses, they went on to pinpoint two fac- tors that exhibit partial rescue of the car- diac defect: Wnt5a and IGF-1 (insulin-like growth factor 1). Wnt5a is a local paracrine factor produced in the epicardium of the fetal heart that directly promotes the prolif- eration of neighboring embryonic cardiac
Thế nhưng các bạn có thể dùng từ come khi nói về vị trí của người nói trong quá khứ hoặc trong tương lai, ví dụ: 'They came backto our house', hoặc: 'Can you cometo the party'? Trong cả hai trường hợp đó chúng ta nói về vị trí của người nói.
However, if parents are not unrealistic about what they expect their children to do, but are hopeful in a sensible way, the child may succeed in doing very well especially if the parents are very supportive of their children. Michael Smiths is very lucky. He is very fond of music, and his parents help him a lot by taking him to concerts and arranging private piano and violin lessons. Although Michael's father plays the trumpet in a large orchestra, he never makes Michael enter music competitions if the is unwilling.
5. Choose Open (or Open File on some browsers) from the File menu and select script1.htm . (On some browsers, you have to click a Browse button to reach the File dialog box.) If you typed all lines as directed, the document in the browser window should look like the one in Figure 3-3 (with minor differences for your computer’s operating system and browser version). If the browser indicates that a mistake exists some- where as the document loads, don’t do anything about it for now. (Click the OK but- ton if you see a script error dialog box.) Let’s first examine the details of the entire document so you understand some of the finer points of what the script is doing.
Easy it certainly wasn't. How they managed to haul, lift, and drag Mrs. Pike as far as the bridge, Charlie would never know. The poor woman would regain consciousness, hop a little way, then slump into their arms like a dead thing. When they finally reached the bridge, Charlie ached all over, and he could see that the others were in the same state. Their troubles had hardly begun.
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4. We haven’t met each other for ten years 5. Mai said (that) it was raining heavily outside 6. Is this the first time you have played a computer game? 7. The Statue of Liberty was presented to the United State in 1876 by France 8. The ceiling was too high for the children to reach