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farm out 部份转让;分包合同;移交

far out 最新的;激进的;远离现实的

  • Otherwise lawyers can pull the promising ones--say, the tennis-playing 40-year-old executive with three kids who died of a heart attack--and farm them out to affiliated law firms without violating their pledge.

    FORBES: Will The Vioxx Settlement Work?

  • He said World Help would no longer farm out its gift-in-kind fundraising to an outsider but use its own employees.

    FORBES: Big Charity Admits Wildly Overstating Donated Goods

  • That's supposed to be when everybody is working on -- out on the farm and bringing in harvest.

    WHITEHOUSE: Online Town Hall

  • The sharp gains in gold could also be attributed to traders expected a very weak U.S. non-farm payrolls figure, due out shortly.

    FORBES: A.M. Kitco Metals Roundup: Comex Gold Sharply Higher amid Lower Stock Markets; U.S. Jobs Data Awaited

  • Many farmers using these seeds have even been able to implement a "no-till" system, which offers tremendous environmental benefits by preventing soil erosion, keeping farm water and chemical run-off out of local watersheds and releasing less carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • An end-point of 2010 would have put more beef into the review planned for 2008, as well as holding out greater hope of farm-subsidy reforms in the Doha round.

    ECONOMIST: Why the EU budget compromise is worse than no deal at all

  • The amendment, sponsored by John Ashcroft, a Republican from Missouri, and supported by a bipartisan coalition of other farm-belt senators, ran into anti-Castro fury in the House and was left out of the final farm bill.

    ECONOMIST: George Ryan in Cuba

  • As Daniel Carpenter, a professor of government at Harvard, points out, the demonstration-farm program was just one of a hodgepodge of successful U.S.D.

    NEWYORKER: Testing, Testing

  • He rents out a special piece of farm-drilling equipment.

    ECONOMIST: True grit

  • But that was long before Hanes began moving much of its production offshore, and before the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement (under which the tobacco companies agreed in 1998 to pay hundreds of billions of dollars in damages for harming people's health), the leveraged buy-out of RJR by a private-equity firm, the elimination of federal farm price support for tobacco and decades of anti-smoking advertising.

    ECONOMIST: North Carolina builds on the legacy of the golden leaf

  • The current discussion with 4 teams is to use 2 of the 4 marquee bowls (Rose, Orange, Sugar, Fiesta) as national semi-finals, and then farm the championship game out to the highest bidder.

    FORBES: College Football Playoff System a Blessing, But 4-Team Structure Appears Flawed

  • Many new initiatives in the bill fund research and programs for farm-based biofuels, including everything from making methane out of cow manure to planting switchgrass — and especially, growing corn to make ethanol, which has been promoted as a means toward energy independence.

    NPR: Farm Bill Offers Aid to Fruit, Vegetable Growers

  • And there are legitimate grievances, such as the north's rampant farm-sector protectionism that keeps competitive crops from poorer nations out.

    FORBES: Talk isn't cheap

  • My sprawling Hill Cottage was tantalizingly close to ready when I arrived at Blackberry Farm a few hours before check-in time, but as it turned out, I wasn't quite ready for the cottage.

    FORBES: Blackberry Farm, Walland, Tennessee

  • Until recently Ram Krishna Khodpe and his four brothers were eking out a meager living cultivating cotton on their 5-acre farm in the semiarid region of Jalgaon in India's western state of Maharashtra.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • Their plan: to create a "virtual car company" that would farm out most of the design, engineering and manufacturing work for the V-12 to outside suppliers.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • Their plan: to create a "virtual car company" that would farm out most of the design, engineering and manufacturing work for the powerful V-12 to outside suppliers.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • But on the minus side, Mr Monti wants to farm out most of the enforcement of rules against restrictive practices, such as price-fixing, to national watchdogs and courts.

    ECONOMIST: Improving European antitrust

  • Some things are in his favour: prices for Argentina's farm exports have picked up, and the economy, having pulled out of a four-year slump in 2002, was expected to grow by around 5% this year.

    ECONOMIST: Néstor Kirchner makes his presence felt—up to a point

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