• In much of the world, there are not enough coaches who can communicate in sign language.

    VOA: standard.2009.09.10

  • And so, in the real world frankly, these kinds of questions, how much time is this gonna take is certainly germane.


    哈佛公开课 - 计算机科学课程节选

  • So the survivorship bias and the backfill bias would be much,much more of a problem in the hedge fund world.


    耶鲁公开课 - 金融市场课程节选

  • He says these conditions will be seen across much of the world in the next thirty years.

    VOA: special.2010.11.23

  • We hand you a bunch of programming code that we wrote because this is very much the norm in the real world.


    哈佛公开课 - 计算机科学课程节选

  • "If a woman gets breast cancer in the developing world, they has a much higher probability of dying than a woman who gets breast cancer in the developed world."

    VOA: standard.2010.02.02

  • All right. Now as you read Iser you'll see immediately that in tone, in his sense of what's important, and in his understanding of the way in which we negotiate the world of texts he much more closely resembles Gadamer than Hirsch.


    耶鲁公开课 - 文学理论导论课程节选

  • Some economists say prices for rice, the staple food for much of the world's population, could be returning to levels that sparked inflation fears in much of Asia last year.

    VOA: standard.2009.12.17

  • So, what we're dealing here with is a situation where the ancient Greeks were very much into mathematics as a way of explaining the world and explaining music in particular And they thought these ratios were primary.


    耶鲁公开课 - 聆听音乐课程节选

  • And he pointed to the issue of trying to develop agreed standards of reform in the global financial world where progress has been made, but where much more work is required.

    VOA: standard.2009.03.30

  • Well, Willett and others were doing studies for a number of years finding that Trans fats were having a very negative impact on health, but nobody paid much attention and they couldn't get much attention out there in the world for this kind of work.


    耶鲁公开课 - 关于食物的心理学、生物学和政治学课程节选

  • The H1N1 virus, which is commonly known as swine flu, has spread rapidly around the world since emerging in North America earlier this year, yet still much of what makes it so potent a threat remains a mystery.

    VOA: standard.2009.08.25

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