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  • If history is to teach us anything, it is that we can judge the future only by recourse to the past.

    如果说历史我们有所教益就是我们只有借助于过去才能判断未来

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  • His testimony was then interrupted by the judge, who told him to keep quiet unless he had anything new to say.

    然后证词法官打断了,后者告诉保持沉默除非什么新的要说

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  • If the inaugural exhibition is anything to judge by, it has to be said that this extraordinary space will probably overpower anything but several monumental sculptures.

    ECONOMIST: New architecture

  • And she tries to explain the faults she finds in Pushkin—his gambling, his emotional coldness combined with sexual opportunism, his inability to judge women by anything but their looks, and his coolness to the cause of Polish nationalism—by blaming a miserable start in life.

    ECONOMIST: Russian writers

  • No sports league wants to have anything decided by a judge (just look at how hard the NFL has been trying to stay out of the courts during its lockout).

    FORBES: What The Dodgers' Bankruptcy Is Really All About

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