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英語四級真題
  • While it may sound like an advantage to many, people with this rare condition often find their unusual ability burdensome.
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  • When it's time to make the leap, they take action and immediately drop what's no longer serving their purpose.
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  • We have presidential candidates running for their first term in office at age 68, 69 and 74.
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  • They need to rid their minds of sentimentalism ( ' , 感情用事): the most successful teams have leaders who are able to set an overall direction and take immediate action.
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  • These teams are gaining more power to run their own affairs.
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  • There's something about their delicate nature that appeals to me, says New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast.
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  • Their parents' bad experience still haunts them.
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  • Teams work best if their members have a strong common culture.
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  • Team-building skills are in short supply: Deloitte reports that only 12% of the executives they contacted feel they understand the way people work together in networks and only 21% feel confident in their ability to build cross-functional teams.
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  • Some people regard professional change as an unpleasant experience that disturbs their stable careers.
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  • Overall, almost three in five people say they try to limit their usage of paper – including facial tissue and kitchen roll – to save money.
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  • One in 10 buyers rank toilet rolls made from recycled paper among their top considerations, highlighting how overall the environment is much less of a consideration for shoppers than product quality.
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  • Not everyone with a tendency to fantasise will develop HSAM, though, so Patihis suggests that something must have caused them to think so much about their past.
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  • Members of poorly managed teams are easily distracted from their work.
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  • Maybe some experience in their childhood meant that they became obsessed ( ' , 著迷) with calendars and what happened to them, says Patihis.
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  • Loosely managed teams can become hotbeds of distraction—employees routinely complain that they can't get their work done because they are forced to spend too much time in meetings or compelled to work in noisy offices.
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  • It's the stage in the middle of the journey when people feel youth vanishing, their prospects narrowing and death approaching.
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  • It makes their life more complicated.
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  • It is their major source of protein in winter.
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  • It contributes to their success in life.
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  • It adds to the burden of their memory.
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  • Interestingly, their memories are highly self-centred: although they can remember autobiographical life events in extraordinary detail, they seem to be no better than average at recalling impersonal information, such as random ( ' , 任意選取的) lists of words.
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  • In the last year alone, despite an increase in the UK population and a subsequent rise in the number of households, sales of toilet paper fell by 2%, with the average household reducing their toilet roll spending from £43 in 2014 to £41 in 2015.
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  • In some ways, you probably go through that process after a big event like your wedding day – but the difference is that thanks to their other psychological tendencies, the HSAM subjects are doing it day in, day out, for the whole of their lives.
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  • In a study of 120 teams of senior executives, he discovered that less than 10% of their supposed members agreed on who exactly was on the team.
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  • Digital technology also makes it easier for people to co-ordinate their activities without resorting to hierarchy.
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  • Clearly, there is no such thing as a perfect memory – their extraordinary minds are still using the same flawed tools that the rest of us rely on.
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  • Business schools grade their students in part on their performance in group projects.
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  • Britons have cut their spending on itits prices have gone up over the yearsits quality has seen marked improvementBritons have developed the habit of savingIt will expand in time.
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  • Apartments will retain their appeal for a while for Millennials, haunted by what happened to home-owning parents.
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  • And although their memories are vast, they are still likely to suffer from false memories.
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  • Almost half of those surveyed said their companies were either in the middle of restructuring or about to embark on ( ' , 開始) it; and for the most part, restructuring meant putting more emphasis on teams.
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  • After that, survey respondents disagree over whether this generation will follow in their parents' footsteps, moving to the suburbs to raise families, or will choose to remain in the city center.
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  • A very small number of people are able to remember almost every detail of their life.
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  • A new study of 12,000 workers in 17 countries by Steelcase, a furniture-maker which also does consulting, finds that the best way to ensure employees are engaged is to give them more control over where and how they do their work—which may mean liberating them from having to do everything in collaboration with others.
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  • When dogs looked at expressions of angry dogs, their eyes rested more on the mouth, perhaps to interpret the threatening expressions.
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  • Thousands of bees left a town after landing on the back of a car when their queen got stuck in its boot.
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  • She could see their photos and read their status updates.
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  • New research shows that dogs limit their eye contact with angry humans.
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  • John Nielsen, AAA’s managing director of automotive engineering and repair, said tests suggest drivers may be overestimating their own abilities.
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  • I mean, girls went around in really short skirts, and wore flowers in their hair.
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  • Dogs in the study looked most at the eyes of humans and other dogs to sense their emotions.
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  • But those surveyed by AAA say they trust their own driving skills.
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  • But carrots got their biggest boost during the two world wars when food shortages forced people to eat them and governments told everyone how healthy carrots were.
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  • And when looking at angry humans, they tended to turn away their gaze.
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  • And men were in jeans, and could wear their hair long too.
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  • Although this incident very much alters the race of the two participants competing for a win, both are going to continue on their way toward the finish line.
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  • to see whether people's personality affects their life span to find out if one's lifestyle has any effect on their health to investigate the role of exercise in living a long lifeto examine all the factors contributing to longevity They have a good understanding of evolution.
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  • When governments lose their control on power, law and order begin to disintegrate.
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  • We must cut carbon emissions by 80% from their 2006 levels by 2020, stabilize the world's population at eight billion by 2040, completely remove poverty, and restore forests and soils.
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  • Unable to buy grain or grow their own, hungry people take to the streets.
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  • To lower domestic food prices, some countries limited or stopped their grain exports.
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  • Though it helps for children to investigate care facilities, involving their parents in the decision-making process may prove very important.
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  • They have their ideas, too.
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  • Their life was much more comfortable than that of todayIt was helpful to maintaining a nation's tradition.
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  • Their functioning is still a puzzle to be solved.
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  • Their flexibility determines one's abilities.
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  • Their daily routine followed the rhythm of the natural cycle.
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  • The trend began in 2007, when leading wheat-exporting countries such as Russia and Argentina limited or banned their exports, in hopes of increasing local food supplies and thereby bringing down domestic food prices.
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  • The shorthand ( ' , 簡寫) educators use for this is pre-K —meaning instruction before kindergarten—and the big idea is to prepare 4-year-olds and even younger kids to be ready to succeed on their K-12 journey.
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  • The results do not mean that young adults need to start worrying about their memories.
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  • The location of their residence.
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  • The length of their driving experience.
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  • The field of their special interest.
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  • That study looked at nearly 28,000 Norwegian mothers and found that those moms who were more anxious, depressed and angry were more likely to feed their kids unhealthy diets.
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  • Some diseases inevitably lead to their decline.
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  • Researchers from the University of Connecticut Health Center asked the residents a large number of questions about their quality of life, emotional well-being and social interaction, as well as about the quality of the facilities.
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  • Older adults, especially those with limited mobility or difficulty driving on their own, are one of the classic use-cases for driverless cars.
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  • Of course, sons and daughters want to visit the facilities, talk to the administrators and residents and other families, and do everything possible to fulfill their duties.
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  • Mothers' negative personality characteristics may affect their children's life spans.
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  • Most people's minds function at a high level even in their later years, according to researcher Timothy Salthouse.
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  • Many people feel guilty when they cannot find a place other than a nursing home for their parents.
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  • It stirs up their interest in life.
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  • It is the characteristics of the specific environment they are in, combined with their own personal characteristics—how healthy they feel they are, their age and marital status, Dr.
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  • It helps with their mobility.
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  • It has given rise to unrealistic expectationsIt saves their energy.
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  • It can be avoided if human values are translated into their language.
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  • It adds to the safety of their travel.
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  • In 1972, for instance, the Soviets, recognizing their poor harvest early, quietly cornered the world wheat market.
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  • For many years I have studied global agricultural, population, environmental and economic trends and their interactions.
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  • Examine your lifeSoupios, along with his co-author Panos Mourdoukoutas, developed their 10 golden rules by turning to the men behind that philosophy—Aristotle, Socrates, Epictetus and Pythagoras, among others.
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  • Declining mental function is often seen as a problem of old age, but certain aspects of brain function actually begin their decline in young adulthood, a new study suggests.
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  • Children's personality characteristics are invariably determined by their mothers.
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  • As the world's food security falls to pieces, individual countries acting in their own self-interest are actually worsening the troubles of many.
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  • As I was considering all this, a press release from a respected research firm crossed my desk, announcing that the five-star rating system that Medicare developed in 2008 to help families compare nursing home quality also has little relationship to how satisfied its residents or their family members are.
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  • Also, being open to new ideas had no relationship to long life, which might explain all those bad-tempered old people who are fixed in their ways.
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  • After a point, countries can become so dangerous that food relief workers are no longer safe and their programs are halted.
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  • Was it because of the growing attraction of the Internet, video games and endless TV channels? Never disconnecting from work? No matter how it happened, millions of Americans are putting their health, quality of life and even length of life in danger.
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  • Today, Americans are?finding their own tips and tricks? ?for fixing malfunctioning devices with supplies as simple as paper and glue.
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  • In any case, new graduate students can learn who their advisers or temporary advisers are by visiting or emailing the departmental office and asking for the information.
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  • But not many are able to integrate innovation into their business.
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  • Academic departments vary in their procedures for assigning academic advisers to graduate students.
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  • When employees log in to their computers, they're shown a picture of one of their coworkers and asked to guess that person's name.
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  • When I told a group of school children who displayed helpless behavior that a lack of effort led to their mistakes in math, they learned to keep trying when the problems got tough.
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  • What motivates employees to do their jobs well? Competition with coworkers, for some.
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  • Well, if this were true, we would all be slipping a few 100-dollar bills to our doctors on the way out their doors, too.
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  • We validated these expectations in a study in which two other psychologists and I monitored 373 students for two years during the transition to junior high school, when the work gets more difficult and the grading -102- more strict, to determine how their mind-sets might affect their math grades.
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  • We then assessed their beliefs about other aspects of learning and looked to see what happened to their grades.
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  • To enhance morale, one company asks its employees to identify their fellow workers when starting their computers.
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  • They use their money reserves to back up consumption.
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英語六級真題
  • search of food, they make the waste sites their winter feeding grounds.
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  • deprive colleges of the right to manage their facilitiesmake workers less motivated in performing dutiesrender a number of campus workers joblesslead to the privatization of campus facilitiesThe outsourcing plan is not yet finalized.
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  • Working-class parents, meanwhile, believe their children will naturally thrive, and give them far greater independence and time for free play.
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  • Working-class parents teach their children to be obedient and show respect to adults.
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  • Workers' advocates have criticized Haslam's plan, saying it would mean some campus workers would lose their jobs or benefits.
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  • White storks feed on locusts ( ' , 蝗蟲) and other insects that can become pests if their numbers get out of hand.
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  • White parents are more likely than others to read to their children daily, as are married parents.
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  • While rich parents are more concerned with their children's psychological well-being, poor parents are more worried about their children's safety.
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  • While bullying is parents' greatest concern over all, nearly half of low-income parents worry their child will get shot, compared with one-fifth of high-income parents.
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  • Wealthy parents are concerned about their children's mental health and busy schedules.
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  • We need very broad participation to fully address the global tragedy that results when countries fail to take into account the negative impact of their carbon emissions on the rest of the world.
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  • They were the pioneers of gender equity, in their useful, adaptable clothing, which was both made for the masses and capable of self-expression.
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  • They try to develop their skills through close supervision and organized activities, and teach children to question authority figures and navigate elite institutions.
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  • They might eat something toxic and damage their health.
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  • They came up with a brand-new set of design proceduresThey made originality a top priority in their fashion design.
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  • They became rivals of their Parisian counterparts.
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  • They are not attracted to the rubbish dumps on their migration routes.
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  • They are more worried about their children being depressed or anxious.
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  • They are more likely to grow up in neighborhoods that their parents say aren't great for raising children, and their parents worry about them getting shot, beaten up or in trouble with the law.
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  • There is no best parenting style or philosophy, researchers say, and across income groups, 92% of parents say they are doing a good job at raising their children.
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  • There are usually two parents, who spend a lot of time reading to children and worrying about their anxiety levels and hectic schedules.
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  • The spread of epidemics to their homeland.
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  • The most successful sharers—those whose data are downloaded and cited the most often—get noticed, and their work gets used.
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  • The most recent one took place last week in Washington, D.C.Students join a team through their schools, which provide a volunteer coach and pay a nominal fee to send students to regional and state competitions.
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  • The cycle continues: Poorer parents have less time and fewer resources to invest in their children, which can leave children less prepared for school and work, which leads to lower earnings.
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  • Tennessee's technical and community colleges will not outsource ( ' , 外包) management of their facilities to a private company, a decision one leader said was bolstered by an analysis of spending at each campus.
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  • Students apply to the program directly through their schools.
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  • Since there were few museums anywhere in Europe before the close of the eighteenth century, Grand Tourists often saw paintings and sculptures by gaining admission to private collections, and many were eager to acquire examples of Greco-Roman and Italian art for their own collections.
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  • Researchers in Germany used miniature GPS tags to track the migrations of 70 white storks ( ' , 鸛) from different sites across Europe and Asia during the first five months of their lives.
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  • Parental anxieties reflect their circumstances.
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  • Only about 50 students are invited based on their performance on written tests and at the USA Math Olympiad.
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  • Of families earning more than $75,000 a year, 84% say their children have participated in organized sports over the past year, 64% have done volunteer work and 62% have taken lessons in music, dance or art.
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  • Nonetheless, 20% of well-off parents say their children's schedules are too hectic, compared with 8% of poorer parents.
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  • Nearly half of high-earning, college-graduate parents enrolled their children in arts classes before they were 5, compared with one-fifth of low-income, lesseducated parents.
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  • Most affluent parents enroll their children in preschool or day care, while low-income parents are more likely to depend on family members.
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  • Most Grand Tourists, however, stayed for briefer periods and set out with less scholarly intentions, accompanied by a teacher or guardian, and expected to return home with souvenirs of their travels as well as an understanding of art and architecture formed by exposure to great masterpieces.
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  • Most American parents say they are not concerned about their children's grades as long as they work hard.
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  • Migrating birds affect ecosystems both at home and at their winter destinations, and disrupting the traditional routes could have unexpected side effects.
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  • Middle-class and higher-income parents see their children as projects in need of careful cultivation, says Annette Lareau, whose groundbreaking research on the topic was published in her book Unequal Childhoods: Class, Race and Family Life.
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  • Middle school is an important age because students have enough math capability to solve advanced problems, but they haven't really decided what they want to do with their lives, said Loh.
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  • Many schools don't place academic competitions at the top of their priority list.
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  • Many have argued that the women designers of this time were able to project their own clothing values into a new style.
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  • It will improve their financial situation.
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  • It reflects a shift of their interest in consumer goods.
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  • It has neglected their faculty's demands.
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  • Interestingly, parents' attitudes toward education do not seem to reflect their own educational background as much as a belief in the importance of education for upward mobility.
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  • Instead of flying thousands of miles in search of food, they make the waste sites their winter feeding grounds.
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  • In the Pew survey, middle-class families earning between $30,000 and $75,000 a year fell right between working-class and high-earning parents on issues like the quality of their neighborhood for raising children, participation in extracurricular activities and involvement in their children's education.
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  • In poor families, meanwhile, children tend to spend their time at home or with extended family.
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  • In England, where architecture was increasingly seen as an aristocratic pursuit, noblemen often applied what they learned from the villas of Palladio in the Veneto and the evocative ( ' , 喚起回憶的) ruins of Rome to their own country houses and gardens.
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  • I'd much prefer to have my data used by the maximum number of people to ask their own questions, she says.
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  • Higher-income children are more likely to declare boredom and expect their parents to solve their problems.
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  • Do all parents want the most success for their children? Absolutely, she said.
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  • Discipline techniques vary by education level: 8% of those with a postgraduate degree say they often beat their children, compared with 22% of those with a high school degree or less.
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  • Colleges exercise full control over their own financial affairs.
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  • Children grow up learning the skills to succeed in their socioeconomic stratum( 階層) but not necessarily others.
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  • But the barriers are disappearing, in part because journals and funding agencies worldwide are encouraging scientists to make their data public.
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  • But 50% of poor parents say it is extremely important to them that their children earn a college degree, compared with 39% of wealthier parents.
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  • Beginning in the late sixteenth century, it became fashionable for young aristocrats to visit Paris, Venice, Florence, and above all, Rome, as the culmination ( ' , 終極) of their classical education.
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  • And it would raise the demand for technologies such as carbon capture and storage, spurring their further development.
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  • American parents, whether rich or poor, have similar expectations of their children despite different ways of parenting.
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  • American parents want similar things for their children, the Pew report and past research have found: for them to be healthy and happy, honest and ethical, caring and compassionate.
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  • Although many researchers broadly agree that public access to raw data would accelerate science, most are reluctant to post the results of their own labors online.
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  • After the high-pressure Countdown round at this year's national MathCounts competition, in which the top 12 students went head to head solving complex problems in rapid fire, the finalists for the Math Video Challenge took the stage to show their videos.
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  • In an era of instant information, shoppers can use their mobile phones to find deals.
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  • I think about some of the students who took advantages of their opportunities in a university.
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  • Can you tell us how you first became interested in this subject matter?( ' , 9 ) Wh e n f a c i n g a n e w situation, some people tend to rehearse their defeat by spending too much time anticipating the worst.
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  • Yet even then reports of widespread youth rebellion were overdone: Most kids in the ‘60s and ‘70s shared their parents' basic values.
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  • Whether this is right, and if so where and when the ecological axe will fall, is hard to determine with any precision—which is why governments and financial institutions are only beginning to bring such risks into their economic calculations.
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  • We have everything to gain by encouraging them to explore the world beyond their immediate experience and to prepare themselves for their turn at shaping that world.
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  • Today's teenagers admire their parents and welcome parental guidance about important matters such as career choice—though certainly not Mom and Dad's advice on matters of personal taste, such as music or fashion.
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  • They think of their parents with affection and respect.
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  • The study found that strong teachers in the fourth through eighth grades raised the skills of their students in ways that would last for decades.
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  • The popularization of digital video recorders has caused advertisers to worry that their commercials will be skipped.
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  • The money spent on kitchens has risen with their status.
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  • The changes would have to be approved or rejected as a whole by Congress, making it hard for narrow-interest lobbies to bend lawmakers to their will.
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  • Teenagers of today often turn to their parents for advice on such important matters as career choice.
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  • Specify in what way their products are green.
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  • Some young people like to keep something to themselves and don't want their parents to know about it.
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  • Results of USA WEEKEND's Teens & Parents survey reveal a generation of young people who get along well with their parents and approve of the way they're being raised.
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  • Parents are concerned that their children may get involved in criminal offences once they reach their teens.
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  • One prevalent quality we have found in teens' statements about themselves, their friends and their families is a strikingly positive emotional tone.
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  • No wonder parents worry their own kids might spin out of control once they hit the turbulent waters of adolescence.
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  • Nearly a decade ago it was predicted that viewers of Friends, a popular situation comedy, would soon be able to purchase a sweater like Jennifer Aniston's with a few taps on their remote control.
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  • Most feel that their parents understand them, and they believe their family is the No.
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  • Marketers must qualify their claims on the product packaging and limit them to a specific benefit, such as how much of the product is recycled.
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  • Many students are dissatisfied with their teachers.
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  • Many inner-city school teachers are not equal to their jobs.
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  • Many even think their parents are cool! Although more than a third have an object in their rooms they would like to keep secret from their parents, rarely is it anything more alarming than a diary or offcolor ( ' , 低俗的) book or CD.
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  • It is where housewives display their cooking skills.
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  • It is fine and healthy for teens to cultivate their personal interests, and it is good news when young people enjoy harmonious relations with their family and friends.
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  • It is also the reason why development agencies are not united in their view of environmental issues; while some, like the WRI, maintain that environmental progress needs to go hand-inhand with economic development, others argue that the priority is to build a thriving economy, and then use the wealth created to tackle environmental degradation.
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  • Interactive television advertising, which allows viewers to use their remote controls to click on advertisements, has been pushed for years.
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  • Indicate whether their products are recyclable.
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  • Enrollees would have to pay more money for many services out of their own pockets, and that would encourage them to think twice about whether an expensive or redundant test was worth it.
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  • Cablevision hopes to allow customers to buy things with their remote controls early next year.
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  • But we also found little interest in civic life beyond the tight circles of their family and immediate friends.
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  • But there is also a place in a young life for noble purposes that include a dedication to the broader society, a love of country and an aspiration to make their own leadership contributions.
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  • But missing from all these data is the sense that today's young care very much about their country, about the broader civic and political environment, or about the future of their society.
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  • Attach green labels to all of their products.
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