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1993-21::For a long time, tourism was seen as a huge monster invading the areas of indigenous peoples, introducing them to the evils of the modern world. However, research has shown that this is not the correct way to perceive it. In most places, tourists are welcome and indigenous people see tourism as a path to modernity and economic development. But such development is always a two-edged sword. Tourism can mean progress, but most often also means the loss of traditions and cultural uniqueness. And, of course, there are examples of ‘cultural pollution’, ‘vulgarization’ and ‘phony-folk-cultures’. The background for such characteristics is often more or less romantic and the normative ideas of a former or prevailing authenticity. Ideally (to some) there should exist ancient cultures for modern consumers to gaze at, or even step into for a while, while travelling or on holiday. This is a cage model that is difficult to defend in a global world where we all, indigenous or not, are part of the same social fabric.::
1993-22::While genetic advancements are often reported as environmentally dependent or modest in effect size in academic publications, these are often translated to the public in deterministic language through the media. Sociologists of genetics argue that media portrayals of genetic influences on health have increased considerably over time, becoming part of the public discourse through which individuals understand symptoms, make help-seeking decisions, and form views of people with particular traits or conditions. The media is the primary source of information about genetic advances and their applications, but it does not provide a neutral discourse. Rather, information is selectively included or ignored, and scientific and clinical implications of genetic discoveries are often inaccurate or overstated. This “genetic optimism” has influenced public opinion, and research suggests that ordinary people are largely accepting of genetic explanations for health and behavior and tend to overestimate the heritability of common diseases for biological relatives.::
1993-23::Libraries are becoming increasingly interested in the services they are providing for their users. This is an important focus―especially as more and more information becomes available electronically. However, the traditional strengths of libraries have always been their collections. This is true still today ― especially in research libraries. Also, collection makeup is the hardest thing to change quickly. For example, if a library has a long tradition of heavily collecting materials published in Mexico, then even if that library stops purchasing all Mexican imprints, its Mexican collection will still be large and impressive for several years to come unless they start withdrawing books. Likewise, if a library has not collected much in a subject, and then decides to start collecting heavily in that area it will take several years for the collection to be large enough and rich enough to be considered an important research tool.::
1993-24::From the late nineteenth century on, the dullness found in the senile, their isolation and withdrawal, their clinging to the past and lack of interest in worldly affairs were characteristically represented as the symptoms of senility ― the social shame of the inevitable deterioration of the brain. Following World War II, academic discourse on aging typically represented these as the causes of senility. The location of senile mental deterioration was no longer the aging brain but a society that, through involuntary retirement, social isolation, and the loosening of traditional family ties, stripped the elderly of the roles that had sustained meaning in their lives. When elderly people were deprived of these meaningful social roles, when they became increasingly isolated and were cut off from the interests and activities that had earlier occupied them, not surprisingly their mental functioning deteriorated. The elderly did not so much lose their minds as lose their place.::
1993-25::The three pie charts above show the percentages of American adults’ responses to a survey conducted in 2017. The survey asked whether people should be allowed to fly drones at three locations: public parks, beaches, and near people’s homes. 1 While 44% of the respondents said people should be allowed to fly drones in public parks, 25% said people should not be allowed to do so. 2 When asked if people should be allowed to fly drones on beaches, 35% of the respondents said it should be allowed and 32% said it should not. 3 More than half of the respondents said people should not be allowed to fly drones near people’s homes. 4 Less than 10% of the respondents said people should be allowed to fly drones near people’s homes. 5 For each of the three locations, the proportion of the respondents who chose “It depends” is above 30%.::
1993-26::Born in 1927 in Cleveland, Ohio, Carl Stokes had a hard time early in his life. When he was a young child, his father died. As he grew up, he held many odd jobs to help his family. Stokes graduated from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and passed the bar exam. He established a law firm in 1962. A few years later, he ran for Mayor of Cleveland and lost, but he entered the race again in the next election and won. He became the first African-American mayor of the city. After retiring from politics, he moved to New York City and became a TV news anchor. Later in his life, he was appointed the U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Seychelles. His amazing life finally came to an end in his birth city in 1996.::
1993-29::To begin with a psychological reason, the knowledge of another’s personal affairs can tempt the possessor of this information 1 to repeat it as gossip because as unrevealed information it remains socially inactive. Only when the information is repeated can its possessor 2 turn the fact that he knows something into something socially valuable like social recognition, prestige, and notoriety. As long as he keeps his information to 3 himself, he may feel superior to those who do not know it. But knowing and not telling does not give him that feeling of “superiority that, so to say, latently contained in the secret, fully 4 actualizing itself only at the moment of disclosure.” This is the main motive for gossiping about well-known figures and superiors. The gossip producer assumes that some of the “fame” of the subject of gossip, as 5 whose “friend” he presents himself, will rub off on him.::
1993-31::When you begin to tell a story again that you have retold many times, what you retrieve from memory is the index to the story itself. That index can be embellished in a variety of ways. Over time, even the embellishments become standardized. An old man’s story that he has told hundreds of times shows little variation, and any variation that does exist becomes part of the story itself, regardless of its origin. People add details to their stories that may or may not have occurred. They are recalling indexes and reconstructing details. If at some point they add a nice detail, not really certain of its validity, telling the story with that same detail a few more times will ensure its permanent place in the story index. In other words, the stories we tell time and again are identical to the memory we have of the events that the story relates.::
1993-30::One misconception that often appears in the writings of physical scientists who are looking at biology from the outside is that the environment appears to them to be a static entity, which cannot contribute new bits of information as evolution progresses. This, however, is by no means the case. Far from being static, the environment is constantly changing and offering new 1 challenges to evolving populations. For higher organisms, the most significant changes in the environment are those produced by the contemporaneous evolution of other organisms. The evolution of a horse’s hoof from a five-toed foot has 2enabled the horse to gallop rapidly over open plains. But such galloping is of no 3 advantage to a horse unless it is being chased by a predator. The horse’s efficient mechanism for running would never have evolved except for the fact that meat-eating predators were at the same time evolving more efficient methods of 4 attack. Consequently, laws based upon ecological relationships among different kinds of organisms are 5 optional for understanding evolution and the diversity of life to which it has given rise.::
1993-32::With population growth slowing, the strongest force increasing demand for more agricultural production will be rising incomes, which are desired by practically all governments and individuals. Although richer people spend smaller proportions of their income on food, in total they consume more food ― and richer food, which contributes to various kinds of disease and debilitation. The changes in diet that usually accompany higher incomes will require relatively greater increases in the production of feed grains, rather than food grains, as foods of animal origin partly demand eco-friendly processing systems. It takes two to six times more grain to produce food value through animals than to get the equivalent value directly from plants. It is thus quite credible to estimate that in order to meet economic and social needs within the next three to five decades, the world should be producing more than twice as much grain and agricultural products as at present, but in ways that these are accessible to the food-insecure.::
1993-33::If one looks at the Oxford definition, one gets the sense that post-truth is not so much a claim that truth does not exist as that facts are subordinate to our political point of view. The Oxford definition focuses on “what” post-truth is: the idea that feelings sometimes matter more than facts. But just as important is the next question, which is why this ever occurs. Someone does not argue against an obvious or easily confirmable fact for no reason; he or she does so when it is to his or her advantage. When a person’s beliefs are threatened by an “inconvenient fact,” sometimes it is preferable to challenge the fact. This can happen at either a conscious or unconscious level (since sometimes the person we are seeking to convince is ourselves), but the point is that this sort of post-truth relationship to facts occurs only when we are seeking to assert something that is more important to us than the truth itself.::
1993-35::Much of what we do each day is automatic and guided by habit, requiring little conscious awareness, and that’s not a bad thing. As Duhigg explains, our habits are necessary mental energy savers. 1 We need to relieve our conscious minds so we can solve new problems as they come up. 2 Once we’ve solved the puzzle of how to ballroom dance, for example, we can do it by habit, and so be mentally freed to focus on a conversation while dancing instead. 3 But try to talk when first learning to dance the tango, and it’s a disaster ― we need our conscious attention to focus on the steps. 4 Tango musicians bring different genres of music together to attract a more diverse audience from varying backgrounds. 5 Imagine how little we’d accomplish if we had to focus consciously on every behavior ― e.g., on where to place our feet for each step we take.::
1993-36::A sovereign state is usually defined as one whose citizens are free to determine their own affairs without interference from any agency beyond its territorial borders. (A) No citizen could be a full member of the community so long as she was tied to ancestral traditions with which the community might wish to break ― the problem of Antigone in Sophocles’ tragedy. Sovereignty and citizenship thus require not only borders in space, but also borders in time. (B) Sovereignty and citizenship require freedom from the past at least as much as freedom from contemporary powers. No state could be sovereign if its inhabitants lacked the ability to change a course of action adopted by their forefathers in the past, or even one to which they once committed themselves. (C) But freedom in space (and limits on its territorial extent) is merely one characteristic of sovereignty. Freedom in time (and limits on its temporal extent) is equally important and probably more fundamental.::
1993-34::The debates between social and cultural anthropologists concern not the differences between the concepts but the analytical priority: which should come first, the social chicken or the cultural egg? British anthropology emphasizes the social. It assumes that social institutions determine culture and that universal domains of society (such as kinship, economy, politics, and religion) are represented by specific institutions (such as the family, subsistence farming, the British Parliament, and the Church of England) which can be compared cross-culturally. American anthropology emphasizes the cultural. It assumes that culture shapes social institutions by providing the shared beliefs, the core values, the communicative tools, and so on that make social life possible. It does not assume that there are universal social domains, preferring instead to discover domains empirically as aspects of each society’s own classificatory schemes―in other words, its culture. And it rejects the notion that any social institution can be understood in isolation from its own context.::
1993-37::Because a main goal of science is to discover lawful relationships, science assumes that what is being investigated is lawful. For example, the chemist assumes that chemical reactions are lawful, and the physicist assumes that the physical world is lawful. (A) The determinist, then, assumes that everything that occurs is a function of a finite number of causes and that, if these causes were known, an event could be predicted with complete accuracy. However, knowing all causes of an event is not necessary; the determinist simply assumes that they exist and that as more causes are known, predictions become more accurate. (B)The assumption that what is being studied can be understood in terms of causal laws is called determinism. Richard Taylor defined determinism as the philosophical doctrine that “states that for everything that ever happens there are conditions such that, given them, nothing else could happen.” (C) For example, almost everyone would agree that the weather is a function of a finite number of variables such as sunspots, high-altitude jet streams, and barometric pressure; yet weather forecasts are always probabilistic because many of these variables change constantly, and others are simply unknown.::
1993-38::There is obviously a wide gap between the promises of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948 and the real world of human-rights violations. In so far as we sympathize with the victims, we may criticize the UN and its member governments for failing to keep their promises. ( 1 ) However, we cannot understand the gap between human-rights ideals and the real world of human-rights violations by sympathy or by legal analysis. ( 2 ) Rather, it requires investigation by the various social sciences of the causes of social conflict and political oppression, and of the interaction between national and international politics. ( 3 ) The UN introduced the concept of human rights into international law and politics. The field of international politics is, however, dominated by states and other powerful actors (such as multinational corporations) that have priorities other than human rights. It is a leading feature of the human-rights field that the governments of the world proclaim human rights but have a highly variable record of implementing them. ( 5 ) We must understand why this is so.::
1993-39::Representational theories of art treat the work of the artist as similar to that of the scientist. Both, so to speak, are involved in describing the external world. ( 1 ) But by the nineteenth century, any comparison between the scientist and the artist was bound to make the artist look like a poor relation in terms of making discoveries about the world or holding a mirror up to nature. ( 2 ) Here, science clearly had the edge. So, there was a social pressure for art to come up with some vocation that both distinguished it from science and, at the same time, made it equal in stature to science. The notion that art specialized in the expression of the emotions was particularly attractive in this light. ( 4 ) It rendered unto science its own ― the exploration of the objective world ― while saving something comparably important for art to do―to explore the inner world of feeling. ( 5 ) If science held the mirror up to nature, art turned a mirror at the self and its experiences.::
1993-40::Over the past few decades, architecture as an idea and practice has increasingly limited its definition of itself. In the foreseeable future, the instrumentality of architecture in effecting actual change ― that is, change that challenges the dominance of commercial institutions, their aims, and values ― will diminish. While the present day seems to be a time of unparalleled innovation and freedom of choice, the reality is that architectural styles and forms are often the attractive packaging and repackaging of the same proven, marketable concepts. The speed with which “radical” designs by celebrity architects achieve acceptance and popularity demonstrates that formal innovation has itself become an important commodity. However, beneath the cloak of radicalism, the conventions of existing building typologies and programs, with all their comforting familiarity, still rule ― and sell. What is needed desperately today are approaches to architecture that can free its potential to transform our ways of thinking and acting.::

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If --, Any of those are good," and then walks away, there is a good chance you will walk away, too, and with good reason.
If --, a commons may in fact be the best method of distribution.
If --, a hybrid bike is right for you.
If --, a membership card will be sent via mail within 3 days.
If --, a player with four hits in a row is probably a better batter than the player who made four outs in a row.
If --, a river may give them a lift all the way to the coast.
If --, a very thin Persian waffle, at the 1904 World's Fair, he might have ended his days as a street vendor.
If --, all you have to do sometimes is to ask for help and your life will feel that much better.
If --, always "goes along," wants everything to be nice all the time, and only does what other people want him or her to do, this is not a picture of an assertive counselor.
If --, and living life as I see it, you would be a lot better off.
If --, and Neanderthals had language, then why did the Neanderthal toolkit show so little cultural change?
If --, and she interrupts with a lot of questions about where you stayed, you won't feel listened to.
If --, and they get models to wear brown, and stores begin to display lots of brown in their windows, the public may well begin to comply with the trend.
If --, and you perceive it to be only 13 minutes, you're more likely to have seven more minutes of energy.
If --, as long as people are working in a manner acceptable to the organization (for example, as long as salespeople are keeping to the company's ethical selling policy), then that's fine.
If --, ask yourself how that happened in the first place.
If --, at least she would have something to look at.
If --, auditory looming will motivate you to jump out of the way now rather than wait until the last second.
If --, books can be mailed directly to our organization.
If --, but the remaining one chose the correct answer, conformity dropped dramatically.
If --, but you're not sure what exactly it's going to be good for, don't give up.
If --, challenge yourself to work with a clean desk for an entire day.
If --, do it now.
If --, do you hear or feel the vibration?
If --, e-mail, or written request for any information regarding a former employee, do not provide any details of employment.
If --, English is likely to be somewhat different from the way you speak it.
If --, enter the Science Fiction Writing Contest for your chance to win cash prizes and gain recognition for your work!
If --, even a poor man, appeared at your door, it was your duty to be a good host, to give him a shelter and share your food with him.
If --, everyone would instantly come to the aid of the stranger.
If --, exercise can slow recovery and, therefore, is a bad idea.
If --, feel free to contact me.
If --, fight the urge to answer.
If --, for example, she may notice that a shop is selling groceries; her friend may notice only that it sells newspapers.
If --, for example, were to concentrate on exchanging email and electronic preprints with other physicists around the world working in the same specialized subject area, they would likely devote less time, and be less receptive to new ways of looking at the world.
If --, friendliness, and mutual respect, the contact has a greater chance of changing attitudes and reducing prejudice than if they do not.
If --, get educated and do what you have to do to improve things for yourself.
If --, having a high follower count on your social media accounts enhances all the work you are doing in real life.
If --, he might foster the rather undesirable impression of being an irresponsible consumer unaware of these necessary charges.
If --, he nibbled my fingers.
If --, he or she first puts aside whatever has been done historically, and focuses instead on what the policy should be.
If --, he or she is likely to move on rather than ask a follow-up question or probe for related ideas.
If --, he or she should experience it multiple times and in various contexts.
If --, he or she won't want to be dressed up and displayed in cat shows.
If --, he risked the engine's stopping.
If --, he will likely answer the question by assuming that the marble falls in a vacuum.
If --, headlights, and so on - we can probably sap that battery in about ten minutes.
If --, high-energy dog, for example, he or she is going to be much more manageable indoors if you take him or her outside to chase a ball for an hour every day.
If --, how can you become a smart consumer?
If --, how can you expect it to get any better?
If --, how do you know where to look?
If --, however, or If --, you can have your computer read your essay to you.
If --, however, they tend to experience a sense of guilt and ultimately to withdraw from taking an active stance.
If --, I will cancel."
If --, I will send a messenger tomorrow.
If --, I would be very grateful.
If --, I would win the game.
If --, I'd still be working on my first book!
If --, I'll give you some food.
If --, I'm going to knock your three heads together!
If --, in other words, they are insecure in their authority ― they cannot communicate security to their child, and he cannot move successfully away from them.
If --, inspections are not needed.
If --, is it better to highlight the benefits of changing or the costs of not changing?
If --, it always falls down.
If --, it always rises again the next morning in the east.
If --, it becomes an expectation and not a surprise.
If --, it can be very easy for us to stop wanting to stay active in our everyday life.
If --, it is because pollution was not recognized as a problem which engineers had to consider in their designs.
If --, it is essential that we learn to turn our awareness inward and to hear again what our body is always telling us.
If --, it is not an extension of our genes but of our minds.
If --, it is thought that the shop owner will make a lot of money on that day.
If --, it is thought to make guests enter the shop.
If --, it is understandable for him or her to assume that the dream was a premonition of that death.
If --, it loses its very essence.
If --, it may invade your mental workspace and cause you to forget these directions.
If --, it might not be just a metaphor.
If --, it would certainly be completely flooded.
If --, it's sleeping.
If --, later, when the project gets underway, there will inevitably be practical problems.
If --, linguist Caleb Everett wondered, has that translated into the development of fewer tonal languages in locations lacking moisture?
If --, local residents may feel strongly attached to the definitions of place that stem from involvement in that industry, and they may resist losing that identity in favor of one based on a tourism industry.
If --, look no further.
If --, look within yourself and take the necessary steps to improve it, TODAY.
If --, luck will fall into it.
If --, maybe just to pick up a homework assignment you missed when you were sick, it's likely that you'd also go out of your way for your friends.
If --, morally speaking, then there's little reason to do more.
If --, most likely he or she will be able to answer with ease.
If --, most of what average people spend their money on revolves around the consumption of commodities.
If --, my goal would be to get new clients and to ensure that current customers continue to feel excited about their purchases.
If --, neglect your health, or smoke and drink in front of them, you shouldn't be surprised when your children go down the same road.
If --, nobody ever would have written them.
If --, not the center, were as hot as this, the radiation emitted into space would be so great that the whole Earth would be vaporized within a few minutes.
If --, one has to discard the idea with as few regrets as possible.
If --, or artists, or moral ethicists, then what, If --, makes us special?
If --, or estimate the likelihood of a revolution in Pakistan and enter it into a website, the average of their views is highly accurate.
If --, or If --, they may avoid certain activities.
If --, or our colleagues, it bothers us until we clear the air and return to a state of harmony.
If --, other people often consider the problem to be the result of the individual's personal failings.
If --, people will offer lower amounts when asked for bets.
If --, people would probably spend much of their free time doing math problems, but they don't.)
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If --, prices roughly double every thirty-six years.
If --, quietly ask a friend but one way or the other, quit hiding, and take action.
If --, record it as an audio note.
If --, regular exercise may be the ultimate immunity-booster.
If --, relatives, and other agents of socialization perceive a child as smart, they will act toward him or her that way.
If --, remember your dream and why it is important to you, find simple joys in your daily pursuits, rejoice in the little victories or small steps forward, and embrace the process of ongoing learning.
If --, sales could be down, for example, by an average of 15%.
If --, save the link in your bookmarks.
If --, she could expect to eat the same on the following day.
If --, she loses the objectivity essential to the most precise assessment of what is wrong, of what can be done, and of what should be done to meet those needs.
If --, she may be "spoiled" for later relationships.
If --, she may become a praise lover who eventually becomes less interested in learning the alphabet for its own sake than for hearing you applaud.
If --, she may resent that the fruit is overpriced; meanwhile her friend may feel tempted by some juicy peaches.
If --, she may trust B's professional expertise and integrity even though B appears indifferent to her as a person.
If --, she might get no sleep at all.
If --, she starts to focus more on getting the reward than on what she did to earn it.
If --, she would have never seen it.
If --, she would probably be using similarly ineffective threatening techniques with her own children today!
If --, silence becomes a chamber in which the ill, the bereaved and the unemployed are isolated.
If --, slender, curved branch on the ground, an object you would normally ignore, you might now momentarily be likely to view it as a snake, triggering a feeling of fear.
If --, solar heating panels like these are an excellent way to heat water for individual homes.
If --, such as a drought, the tree might hardly grow at all during that time.
If --, take another name.
If --, that is clearly the case.
If --, that you're there for yourself, every situation seems more bearable, achievable or in my case, survivable.
If --, the answer is clear.
If --, the body has to use more energy to digest it.
If --, the chances are great that at the end of one year you will have $1,020.
If --, the color of other floras nearby should be considered while planning.
If --, the evidence is mounting that this person is not qualified or interviews poorly.
If --, the global warming potential of the food system would be significantly reduced.
If --, the group leaps toward it.
If --, the lower price would lead more customers to consider buying the jeans and spending another $20 on a T-shirt, too.
If --, the opposite is true.
If --, the part above water would be distorted.
If --, the performance of groups and institutions will be impaired.
If --, the result would be different.
If --, the resulting stigma can be profound and enduring.
If --, the rich will stop buying it.
If --, the salmon life cycle cannot be completed.
If --, the shares would become worth lots of money, because they would pay the investors lots of money each year.
If --, the toddler is likely to remain shy.
If --, the workshop may have ended without any noteworthy changes.
If --, then a physical problem may be causing the player to do poorly.
If --, then duration is the speed of the clock itself.
If --, then he will think about nailing things to whatever he is doing.
If --, then he will think about ways of cutting pieces off of what he is doing.
If --, then hold your nose for as long as you can.
If --, then some are overdue to bring about this balance.
If --, then such managers respond by discussing it with the employee and analyzing the situation, to find out what training or additional skills that person will need to do the task successfully in the future.
If --, then the farmer is out of luck and does not get any bread.
If --, then the game cannot get off the ground.
If --, then the increased profitability will be short-lived.
If --, then the magnitude of the difference gives a clue as to how much genes are involved.
If --, then the maximum number of balls you can have in motion is N minus 1.
If --, then the vast majority of words would be ambiguous.
If --, then the whole thing is probably a complex mess.
If --, then there are likely to be biological clues.
If --, then there exists no way to make judgments in the first place.
If --, then you are told that you are just not thinking positively enough.
If --, then you might say you are 'near' an animal if you could reach out and touch it through the bars of its cage.
If --, then you must be ready to change to another plan or set other priorities for resource allocation.
If --, then you will have identified errors that you made.
If --, then you'll enjoy Children of Heaven.
If --, there are often differences in the kind of slang heard in each school.
If --, there is little hope for doing so with the vastly more diverse countries in the rest of the world.
If --, there would be little to do.
If --, there would be no cultural differences in the world today.
If --, they are criticized for cheating.
If --, they are not much good―.
If --, they are unjust.
If --, they argue their case the civilized way: through a dance-off.
If --, they can hire a professional nanny for a while.
If --, they could each make one hundred and twenty-eight dollars in one day!
If --, they could press a button and make it stop.
If --, they have a great deal more water now to draw on ― Hudson Bay, the Great Lakes, the hundreds of thousands of lakes of Canada, none of which existed to fuel the last ice sheet ― so they would grow very much quicker.
If --, they make a substantial donation.
If --, they often conflict.
If --, they tend to develop a positive orientation characterized by confidence in their ability to initiate and follow through.
If --, they tend to only focus on the events and stories in it.
If --, they were to bring their contribution to a restaurant downtown at a designated time.
If --, they will ask for it.
If --, they will become progressively louder and more extreme as the body attempts to capture our attention.
If --, they will try harder to retrieve more memories when hypnotized.
If --, they would be surprised at how much more productive they were.
If --, they'd have been more likely to lose out and never become anyone's ancestor.
If --, they'd never want to leave.
If --, they're basically tapping into free money.
If --, this makes a case for the mandatory provision of the relevant process information to consumers.
If --, this plan will also help your team focus on what to do and provide the starting point for your group brainstorming.
If --, try finding pleasure in creating things rather than buying things.
If --, try Lagaan, a famous Indian movie.
If --, upbeat tone and see your friend smiling and engaging you with friendly eye contact and body and arms relaxed, you will most likely believe that sentiment.
If --, we are more likely to passively accept as truth any information that confirms our beliefs, and actively dismiss information that doesn't.
If --, we don't have to expend precious energy every day prioritizing everything.
If --, we don't have to struggle to survive.
If --, we have grounds for hoping that our descendants will also survive into the distant future.
If --, we just become busier.
If --, we risk extinction.
If --, we should emphasize all the good things that will happen if they do it ― they'll want to act immediately to obtain those certain gains.
If --, we will admit that many things we claim to do sacrificially or just because they are right are exactly the same actions that bring us personal benefit.
If --, we will be motivated to return the favor.
If --, we will call you to resume delivery.
If --, we will not change your sheets, pillow cases, and pajamas.
If --, we will seek to supplement this activity with another: such as watching TV, or listening to music, or playing another chess game at the same time.
If --, we would fail in getting the intended result, probably getting a reddish color instead.
If --, we would have to touch nothing and say "zero," but then we would have to start touching apples and calling out "one, two, three" and so on.
If --, we would see something quite different from the images selected and presented on television, and we would develop our own descriptions and interpretations, which would be very different from those carefully presented by media commentators.
If --, we would see the dinosaurs walking around.
If --, we would value your contribution and hope you will be able to help us if asked.
If --, we wouldn't need to try.
If --, we're likely to develop a positive self-concept.
If --, what do we do?
If --, what was given to them was the foot of a rabbit.
If --, who's waiting outside, will think is in the packet once it's been reclosed, she'll say, "Gum," because she knows her mother hasn't seen the pencil.
If --, why would people go to the trouble of writing poetry?
If --, why would the larger sample cause more damage if it came in contact with your skin?
If --, would they have responded so quickly?
If --, would you be able to do so?
If --, you (or someone else) will do an equally nice thing for me.
If --, you are going to have to figure out a way that you can balance out these responsibilities.
If --, you are likely to remember where you saw them.
If --, you are not alone: most of the adult population have suffered this at some point ― at school if not at home.
If --, you believe its benefits are substantial and its costs more manageable than the costs of alternatives.
If --, you can be sure that you will not get the opportunity to negotiate with that particular party again.
If --, you can possibly ask your connection to push that company to do business with yours, to avoid a competitor, or to hold off on the launch of a product.
If --, you can relax in our common room, which has books and games you can borrow for free.
If --, you can reply to a text when you have time.
If --, you can use our airport pick-up and drop-off service, which is cheaper than the airport bus or train.
If --, you can't farm.
If --, you can't recall many, if any.
If --, you compare yourself to those around you and you don't feel all that bad.
If --, you cut yourself off from your intuitive self and the inner joy it provides.
If --, you deserve to finish," she said.
If --, you don't establish a relationship; you carry out a transaction.
If --, you don't wait until the egg rolls are finished to tell him that he left out the cabbage.
If --, you have a good start as a writer.
If --, you have a sense of the information overload they are up against.
If --, you have to uphold it, even if you know it was a bad decision on your part.
If --, you know that it's hard not to glance at the screen occasionally.
If --, you may be trying to feel good about yourself through your child's athletic accomplishments.
If --, you may well know what career you are aiming for even before you get to university, but for most science and technology undergraduates university is an adventure in itself; ideas about a career may be in your thoughts, but not completely fixed.
If --, you might ask a sociologist or an economist.
If --, you might call it 'near' if it was a five-minute walk away.
If --, you might find that you notice areas for revision, editing, and proofreading that you didn't notice before.
If --, you might respond: "It was fine."
If --, you must act as if you were already successful.
If --, you must first change the invisible.
If --, you need to spend a lot of energy today.
If --, you pick up the other."
If --, you probably believe that its risks are high and its benefits negligible.
If --, you probably noticed that the top of the stump had a series of rings.
If --, you probably think they are relatively weak and likely to submit to your country's will.
If --, you probably think they are strong and will not be easily persuaded.
If --, you quickly detect the rather pleasant smell.
If --, you set your mind up to worry.
If --, you should already have scheduled breaks at appropriate times throughout the day, so any other breaks in the midst of ongoing work hours are unwarranted.
If --, you should choose a road bike.
If --, you should see Iranian movies.
If --, you tend to put those in positions of authority at a higher level, and there is more respect for that status or position, divorced even from the person who occupies it.
If --, you will be able to thrive in both worlds.
If --, you will be absolutely starving before the food is ready.
If --, you will be required to pay the $6 daily parking fee.
If --, you will feel like you've failed when something does happen.
If --, you will find that even boring lecturers become a bit more interesting, because much of the interest will be coming from what you are generating rather than what the lecturer is offering.
If --, you will get on top.
If --, you will have noticed that cooperation among animals has become a hot topic in the mass media.
If --, you will land in Washington, D.C., instead of New York.
If --, you will notice that almost all the old houses are narrow and tall.
If --, you will prove yourself right even when you are wrong.
If --, you will receive a 10%-off coupon.
If --, you will write well and will engage your readers.
If --, you won’t know whether to eat it or put it in a museum!
If --, you would be unstable.
If --, you'd be stuck here all day trying to make a decision, with no obvious way to trade off which details matter more.
If --, you'd better be prepared to tell some lies and to believe some lies."
If --, you'd stop walking.
If --, you'll end up with another debt to pay off.
If --, you'll find that you feel happier about yourself.
If --, you'll find that your relationships are going to be fraught with frustrations.
If --, you'll have some gold.
If --, you'll notice that they hold the life jacket, oxygen mask, and other demonstration materials like pieces of art being auctioned at Christie's.
If --, you'll see a sky full of stars, shining and twinkling like thousands of brilliant jewels.
If --, you'll ultimately fail at delegation.
If --, you're not going to want to buy lunch at a restaurant for your entire group.
If --, you're probably doing yourself more harm than good.
If --, you've now got a new thing in your life that makes you happy.
If --, you've probably wondered why there are many singing and dancing scenes in the movie.
If --, your cell phone reports the same GPS coordinates for several minutes; If --, your cell phone moves as quickly as your car and these apps can recommend routes based on that.
If --, your original money can result in a huge sum.
If --, your team might guess that you were representing a tree.
If --, would they try to make the blade last longer, resist bending, or withstand constant moisture?

 

 

 

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1 A more extreme case arises when one person comprehends things in a peculiar and individual way, for instance, in mistaking the shop for a cinema.

2 A new manner to represent the problem is suddenly discovered, leading to a different path to a solution heretofore unpredicted.

3 According to this theory, we shift between two processes ― reflection and comparison ― in a way that lets us maintain favorable self-views.

4 And as far as lovers of art are concerned, they do not look at the movies for imitations of nature but for art.

5 As a consequence, I suspect that the number of downloads of any given scientific paper has little relevance to the number of times the entire article has been read from beginning to end.

6 As a matter of fact, one should break away from experience and let the mind wander freely.

7 As a new and preferred story begins to emerge, it is important to assist the child to hold on to, or stay connected to, the new story.

8 At any moment, a person has a particular take on what is happening.

9 But it is no light matter to quickly and correctly pen a long and complicated composition.

10 But members benefit from a constant flow of new information and from the great reach of their influence, even if it tends to be somewhat lacking in strength.

11 But that, it soon becomes clear, suggests that we praise more because we need to say it than because children need to hear it.

12 But the examination of the accuracy of information obtained in this manner is not a simple matter.

13 But what happens when the only available comparison target we have is superior or better off than we are?

14 Consider the University of Cambridge study which found that a group of eight-year-old children was able to identify substantially more characters from animations than common wildlife species.

15 Even though you were looking at the words, you apparently were not paying attention.

16 Externalization is the foundation from which many narrative conversations are built.

17 Finally, local residents may feel that this process reduces their identities to mere commercial transactions, and they may believe they sacrifice what is unique and special about their place.

18 Generally, higher-graded teas are teas with leaves that are tightly and uniformly rolled.

19 Geniuses don't necessarily have a higher success rate than other creators; they simply do more ― and they do a range of different things.

20 However, there is more to attention than just moving the eyes to look at objects.

21 If Louise had not learned the effective parenting skills taught in the seminars, she would probably be using similarly ineffective threatening techniques with her own children today!

22 If place identity is tied to a particular industry, local residents may feel strongly attached to the definitions of place that stem from involvement in that industry, and they may resist losing that identity in favor of one based on a tourism industry.

23 If she is hungry, for example, she may notice that a shop is selling groceries; her friend may notice only that it sells newspapers.

24 If she is short of money, she may resent that the fruit is overpriced; meanwhile her friend may feel tempted by some juicy peaches.

25 In a classic study of urban politics, Herbert Gans found that neighborhoods with the highest levels of solidarity often were unable to block unfavorable policies and programs for lack of ties to possible allies elsewhere in the city.

26 In areas that are not especially relevant to our self-definition, we engage in reflection, whereby we flatter ourselves by association with others' accomplishments.

27 In contrast to the diversity it is applied to, the meaning of this term continues to be mostly based on Western views and values.

28 In one sense the two friends are experiencing the same shop and its contents, but they are having quite different experiences of that shop.

29 In the United States, we are all familiar with the mandatory nutritional information placed on food products.

30 Inventions, ideas, and discoveries have been credited to the persons who originated them.

31 It can seem strange, at least at first, to stop praising; it can feel as though you're being chilly or withholding something.

32 It has been claimed that no specific knowledge, or experience is required to attain insight in the problem situation.

33 It has been said that eye movements are windows into the mind, because where people look reveals what environmental information they are attending to.

34 It is common to find that people prefer the taste of looser rolled black teas over more expensive or more highly graded black teas that have been tightly rolled.

35 It was for this reason that Gans referred to them as urban villagers.As the opposite of local networks, cosmopolitan networks offer little solidarity and have little capacity to comfort and sustain members.

36 It's all part of what Robert Pyle first called the extinction of experience.

37 It's impossible to generate a lot of good ideas without also generating a lot of bad ideas.

38 Landscapes with a strong place identity have an advantage in marketing to tourists, as it is relatively easy to compartmentalize and market their narratives.

39 Let me spend a moment on the idea of adjusting to another person's mental orientation.

40 Louise said her mother's infamous threat was always, If you kids don't stop fighting, I'm going to knock your three heads together!Louise and her siblings were always puzzled about the specifics of how their mother would actually accomplish such a task, which, thankfully, she never attempted.

41 Louise, a mother who attended my seminars, shared how her mother dealt with sibling fighting.

42 Lower-graded teas, on the other hand, are teas with leaves that are loosely and inconsistently rolled.

43 My advice is that if you want to do some serious thinking, then you'd better disconnect the Internet, phone, and television set and try spending twenty-four hours in absolute solitude.

44 Nevertheless, experimental studies have shown that insight is actually the result of ordinary analytical thinking.

45 No doubt, Louise's mother had learned this threatening tactic from her own mother, and, in the absence of any other parenting tools she knew of, she said it to her own children, regardless of whether it worked.

46 Often externalizing conversations involve tracing the influence of the problem in a child's life over time and how the problem has disempowered the child by limiting his ability to see things in a different light.

47 Often, however, these regulations do not work adequately, as the Enron scandal in 2001 clearly illustrates.

48 Once you start to see praise for what it is ― and what it does ― these constant little valuative outbursts from adults start to produce the same effect as fingernails being dragged down a blackboard.

49 One has only to copy a piece of music or to try to put into notes some piece of music previously memorized, to realize this.

50 One of the hallmarks of evaluating the quality of a black tea is by assessing how tightly the leaves are rolled.

51 One outcome of Enron's subsequent financial collapse was the introduction of new regulations designed to improve the reliability of the information that companies must provide to the public.

52 One unspoken truth about creativity ― it isn't about wild talent so much as it is about productivity.

53 One wonders whether our children's inherent capacity to recognize, classify, and order information about their environment ― abilities once essential to our very survival ― is slowly devolving to facilitate life in their increasingly virtualized world.

54 People rooted in landscape may feel strong connections to other community members and may resent the invasion of outsiders who they believe are different and challenge their common identity.

55 People sometimes make downward social comparisons ― comparing themselves to inferior or worse-off others ― to feel better about themselves.

56 Since the fifteenth century, this tradition has been concerned with recognizing individual achievements.

57 So the only thing you can do is try to fail faster so that you can move onto the next idea.

58 Some psychologists believe that insight is the result of a restructuring of a problem after a period of non-progress where the person is believed to be too focused on past experience and get stuck.

59 Such reporting helps ensure that private investors have reliable information on which to base their investment decisions.

60 Suppose you care very little about your own athletic skills, but when your friend scores the winning goal during a critical soccer match, you beam with pride, experience a boost to your self-esteem, and take delight in her victory celebrations as if, by association, it were your victory too.

61 That's not just different from praise ― it's the opposite of praise.

62 The Securities and Exchange Commission that monitors American stock markets forces firms to meet certain reporting requirements before their stock can be listed on exchanges such as the New York Stock Exchange.

63 The counsellor helps the child to change by deconstructing old stories and reconstructing preferred stories about himself and his life.

64 The lack of real, direct experience in and with nature has caused many children to regard the natural world as mere abstraction, that fantastic, beautifully filmed place filled with endangered rainforests and polar bears in peril.

65 The narratives that people create to understand their landscapes come to be viewed as marketable entities and a source of income for residents.

66 The new information can contribute to a completely different perspective in finding a solution, thus producing the Aha Experience.

67 The oil trading company Enron had cooked its books to overstate its profitability in its mandated reports.

68 The one area in which the Internet could be considered an aid to thinking is the rapid acquisition of new information.

69 The person notices this rather than that, and she has feelings and makes judgements about one rather than another aspect of events.

70 The restructuring of a problem can be caused by unsuccessful attempts in solving the problem, leading to new information being brought in while the person is thinking.

71 The thing about creativity is that at the outset, you can't tell which ideas will succeed and which will fail.

72 The weakness of local networks lies in their self-containment, for they lack input as well as outreach.

73 There are many instances of rapid work on the part of the great composers; and their facility and quickness of composition causes great wonder and admiration.

74 There is a mental aspect of attention that involves processing that can occur independently of eye movements.

75 Therefore, one should not evaluate the tea's drinkability or taste merely because its leaves are not tightly rolled.

76 These exceptions to the problem story help the child create a new and preferred story.

77 These great musicians generally did their composition mentally without reference to pen or piano, and simply postponed the unpleasant manual labor of committing their music to paper until it became absolutely necessary.

78 They are not in the habit of observing closely the play of features of their fellow men ― either in real life or at the movies.

79 They are satisfied with grasping the meaning of what they see.

80 They know that artistic representation is always explaining, refining, and making clear the object depicted.

81 Things that in real life are imperfectly realized, merely hinted at, and entangled with other things appear in a work of art complete, entire, and free from irrelevant matters.

82 This overstated, often fictionalized version of nature is no more real ― and yet no less real ― to them than the everyday nature right outside their doors, waiting to be discovered in a child's way, at a child's pace.

83 This rather general usage erroneously suggests that the concept or word artist existed in original contexts.

84 This view is also at the core of the definition of an artist.Artists are perceived to establish a strong bond with their art to the point of combining into one entity.Art history has reinforced this oneness: A painting by Pablo Picasso is called a Picasso.This union between artists and their work has determined the essential qualities of an artist: originality, authorship, and authenticity.

85 Thus, they often take in the overemphasized expression of film actors more easily than any that is too naturalistic.

86 Thus, while the urban villagers lacked ties even to their local city government, cosmopolitan network ties often lead into the White House.

87 To find a few ideas that work, you need to try a lot that don't.

88 To help the child to develop a new story, the counsellor and child search for times when the problem has not influenced the child or the child's life and focus on the different ways the child thought, felt and behaved.

89 Today the term artist is used to refer to a broad range of creative individuals across the globe from both past and present.

90 We can also look directly at something without paying attention to it.

91 We can pay attention to things that are not directly in our line of vision, as evidenced by the basketball player who dribbles down court while paying attention to a teammate off to the side, just before she throws a perfect pass without looking.

92 What kids do need is unconditional support, love with no strings attached.

93 What one often gets is no more than abstract summaries of lengthy articles.

94 When consumers lack adequate information to make informed choices, governments frequently step in to require that firms provide information.

95 When we hear of some of the speedy writing of great works by Mozart or Mendelssohn, we might think that this speed was of the composing power as well as of pen, but, in fact, such was seldom the case.

96 Why does the pure acting of the movies not seem unnatural to the audience, who, after all, are accustomed in real life to people whose expression is more or less indistinct?

97 With that said, the tightness of the roll has more to do with the steepability of a leaf than it does with the taste of a tea.

98 Yes, the simple act of typing a few words into a search engine will virtually instantaneously produce links related to the topic at hand.

99 You begin to root for a child to give his teachers or parents a taste of their own treacle by turning around to them and saying (in the same saccharine tone of voice), Good praising!Still, it's not an easy habit to break.

100 You may have had this experience if you have been reading a book and then suddenly become aware that although you were moving your eyes across the page and reading the words, you had no idea what you had just read.

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1962-18
1


I have been using your coffee machines for several years.

Since your products had never let me down before, I bought your brand-new coffee machine, Morning Maker, on May 18th from your online store.



Unfortunately, however, this product has not worked well.

Whenever I use this machine, my coffee does not get hot enough.

The terms of warranty indicate that if products have any problems, I am entitled to receive a full refund within 2 months.



Since it has been less than a month, I want my money back.

Enclosed are copies of my receipts and guarantees concerning this purchase.

I look forward to your reply and a resolution to my problem.

enclosed  ①일반인은 들어갈 수 없는 ②금지 구역의
entitled  ①부르다 ②자격을 주다
guarantees  ①채무 보증 ②보증인
indicate  ①나타내다 ②가리키다
warranty  ①보증 ②담보
refund  ①환불하다 ②환급하다
resolution  ①결의 ②해상도
Frequent Word
machine month problem product receipts
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
햅빈잉 have been used / have been using
부전 down / down before
에버 When / Whenever
접접 if / that if 비피투 entitling / entitled
첫이디 Enclosing / Enclosed
부전
Phrase
▢ let me down
▢ look forward to
① 저는 귀사의 커피 머신을 수년 동안 사용해왔습니다.
② 귀사의 제품은 여태껏 저를 실망시킨 적이 없었기 때문에 저는 5월 18일에 귀사의 온라인 상점으로부터 귀사의 신제품인 Morning Maker를 구매했습니다.
③ 하지만 불행히도, 이 제품은 잘 작동하지 않았습니다.
④ 제가 이 머신을 사용할 때마다 커피가 충분히 뜨거워지지 않습니다.
⑤ 보증 조건에는 제품에 어떤 문제가 있는 경우에 두 달 이내에 전액 환불을 받을 자격이 있다고 되어있습니다.
⑥ (구매한 지) 한 달이 되지 않았기 때문에 환불을 원합니다.
⑦ 구매와 관련된 영수증과 보증서를 동봉합니다.
⑧ 저는 당신의 답변과 이 문제에 대한 해결을 고대합니다.
1962-19
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Rowe jumps for joy when he finds a cave because he loves being in places where so few have ventured.


At the entrance he keeps taking photos with his cell phone to show off his new adventure later.


Coming to a stop on a rock a few meters from the entrance, he sees the icy cave's glittering view.


He says, "Incredibly beautiful!"

stretching his hand out to touch the icy wall.

Suddenly, his footing gives way and he slides down into the darkness.

He looks up and sees a crack of light about 20 meters above him.

'Phone for help,' he thinks.

But he realizes there's no service this far underground.

He tries to move upward but he can't.

He calls out, "Is anyone there?"

There's no answer.

crack  ①균열 ②크랙
glittering  ①화려한 ②번쩍이는
incredibly  ①믿을 수 없을 ②엄청나게
Frequent Word
cave entrance few icy meters phone sees
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
더명- 이디끝
더명- 쇼오프 X / off later / latter
첫잉 Come / Coming 더명-
첫잉 stretch / stretching 부전
부전 down / down into
Phrase
▢ show off
▢ hand out
▢ gives way
▢ looks up
▢ calls out
① Rowe는 거의 아무도 탐험하지 않은 장소에 있는 것을 좋아하기 때문에 그는 동굴을 발견하고 기쁨에 폴짝 뛴다.
② 동굴 입구에서 그는 나중에 그의 새로운 모험을 뽐내기 위해 휴대폰으로 사진을 계속 찍는다.
③ 동굴 입구로부터 몇 미터 떨어진 바위에 멈추어서, 그는 얼음 동굴의 빛나는 광경을 본다.
④ 그는 얼음으로 된 벽을 만지기 위해 손을 뻗으면서 "믿을 수 없을 정도로 아름답군!
⑤ "이라고 말한다.
⑥ 갑자기 그는 발을 헛디뎌 어둠 속으로 미끄러져 들어간다.
⑦ 그는 위를 올려다보고 대략 20미터 위에 있는 틈의 빛을 본다.
⑧ '전화로 도움을 요청해야지,'라고 그는 생각한다.
⑨ 하지만 그는 이렇게 깊은 지하에서는 (통화) 서비스가 되지 않는다는 것을 깨닫는다.
⑩ 그는 위로 올라가려고 하지만 올라갈 수 없다.
⑪ 그는 "거기 누구 있나요"라고 외친다.
⑫ 응답이 없다.
1962-20
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If you're an expert, having a high follower count on your social media accounts enhances all the work you are doing in real life.



A great example is a comedian.

She spends hours each day working on her skill, but she keeps being asked about her Instagram following.


This is because businesses are always looking for easier and cheaper ways to market their products.


A comedian with 100,000 followers can promote her upcoming show and increase the chances that people will buy tickets to come see her.



This reduces the amount of money the comedy club has to spend on promoting the show and makes the management more likely to choose her over another comedian.



Plenty of people are upset that follower count seems to be more important than talent, but it's really about firing on all cylinders.



In today's version of show business, the business part is happening online.

You need to adapt, because those who don't adapt won't make it very far.

comedian  ①희극 배우 ②코미디언
enhances  ①~을 높이다 ②화질을 향상시키다
upcoming  ①다가오는 ②곧
Frequent Word
adapt business comedian count follower promote show spend
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
하이 high / highly 더명-
스시잉 working / to work 빙이디 asked / being asked 잉끝 following / followed
앤동원 increase / increasing
전명- 스시잉 promoting / to promote 동명형 like / likely
Phrase
▢ count on
▢ asked about
▢ is because
▢ likely to
▢ Plenty of
① 만약 당신이 전문가라면, 당신의 소셜 미디어 계정 상의 많은 팔로워 수는 당신이 실제 생활에서 하고 있는 모든 일을 향상시킨다.
② 한 가지 좋은 예는 코미디언이다.
③ 그녀는 매일 여러 시간을 그녀의 기술을 연마하는데 보내지만, 그녀는 그녀의 Instagram 팔로잉에 대해 계속해서 질문을 받는다.
④ 이는 비즈니스가 항상 그들의 상품을 홍보할 더 쉽고 더 값싼 방법들을 찾기 때문이다.
⑤ 10만 명의 팔로워를 가진 코미디언은 그녀의 다가오는 쇼를 홍보할 수 있고, 사람들이 그녀를 보러 오기 위해 티켓을 구매할 가능성을 높일 수 있다.
⑥ 이것은 코미디 클럽이 쇼를 홍보하는 데 쓰는 비용을 줄이고 기획사가 다른 코미디언보다 그녀를 선택할 가능성을 더 높인다.
⑦ 많은 사람들은 팔로워 수가 능력보다 더 중요한 것처럼 보이는 것에 언짢아하지만, 그것은 사실 전력을 다하고 있는가에 관한 것이다.
⑧ 오늘날의 쇼 비즈니스에서 비즈니스 부분은 온라인상에서 일어난다.
⑨ 당신은 적응할 필요가 있는데, 왜냐하면 적응하지 못하는 사람들은 크게 성공하지 못할 것이기 때문이다.
1962-21
4


If you are feeling overwhelmed by the amount of responsibility that you have to deal with in your own life or your own home, you are going to have to figure out a way that you can balance out these responsibilities.





For example, is there somebody that you can turn to to tell them that you have too much on your plate and you are feeling too overwhelmed by these responsibilities?



If you can find somebody and divide up the labor so that you don't feel so overwhelmed by everything that you are doing, all you have to do sometimes is to ask for help and your life will feel that much better.





Many times people will surprise you with their willingness to help you out, so never assume that other people don't care about your stress.



Let them know honestly how you are feeling and allow yourself some opportunities to avoid responsibility and give yourself a chance to relax.



assume  ①가정하다 ②생각하다
labor  ①노동 ②근로
overwhelmed  ①~을 압도하다 ②억누르다
willingness  ①의사 ②의지
Frequent Word
feel feeling help life overwhelmed own responsibilities
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
감정분사 overwhelming / overwhelmed 전전 with / with in 더명-
콤비 is / are 투투 to / to to 감정분사 overwhelming / overwhelmed
앤동원 divide / divideing 소댓 such that / so that 감정분사 overwhelming / overwhelmed 올댓유 이프윌
첫동 Let / Letting 앤동원 give / giving
Phrase
▢ deal with
▢ figure out
▢ so that
▢ much better
▢ t care about
▢ chance to
① 만약 당신이 당신 자신의 삶이나 당신 자신의 가정에서 처리해야 할 책임의 양에 의해서 압도되는 느낌을 받는다면, 당신은 이러한 책임들의 균형을 잡을 수 있는 방법을 알아내야만 할 것이다.
② 예를 들어, 당신은 해야 할 일이 너무 많고 이러한 책임들에 의해 너무 압도되는 느낌을 받는다고 말을 할 만한 의지할 수 있는 누군가가 있는가?
③ 만약 당신이 하고 있는 모든 일에 의해 너무 압도된다고 느끼지 않도록 하기 위해 당신이 누군가를 발견할 수 있고 그 일을 나눌 수 있다면, 때때로 당신이 해야 하는 전부는 도움을 요청하는 것이고 그러면 당신의 삶이 훨씬 더 좋아진다고 느낄 것이다.
④ 많은 경우에 사람들은 그들이 당신을 돕고자 하는 의지를 가지고 있어서 당신을 놀라게 할 것이므로, 다른 사람들이 당신의 스트레스에 대해서 신경 쓰지 않는다고 결코 추정하지 마라.
⑤ 당신이 어떤 느낌이 드는 지를 상대방에게 솔직하게 알려서, 스스로에게 책임감을 피할 수 있는 기회를 허용하고, 당신 스스로에게 쉴 수 있는 기회를 제공하라.
1962-22
5


You can be perfect, but you need to change the way you think about it.

Perfection actually is possible if you delete "perfect" and insert "complete."

Imagine a basketball player taking a fifteen-foot shot and the ball going through the net, never touching the rim.


Someone is likely to exclaim, "That was a perfect shot!"

And it was perfect.

The scoreboard reflects an increase of two points.

Now again imagine that same player a few minutes later taking another fifteen-foot shot.

But this time the ball hits one side of the rim, rolls around and stands still for half a second, and it finally falls through the net.



An announcer might comment on what an ugly shot that was, and she would be right.


But basketball games are not won on such criteria as pretty or ugly.

In this instance the ball went through the net and the scoreboard increased by two points.


In that sense, the second shot was as perfect as the first.

criteria  ①기준 ②평가
delete  ①삭제하다 ②지우다
exclaim  ①외치다 ②감탄하다
insert  ①삽입하다 ②넣다
perfection  ①완벽 ②완성
scoreboard  ①득점 게시판 ②스코어 보드
rim  ①환~ ②테두리
Frequent Word
imagine increase net perfect player points rim scoreboard shot taking
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
더명-
앤동원 insert / inserting
첫동 Imagine / Imagining 더명잉 go / gone
더특명 increase / increasing
later / latter
전명- 콤앤드병렬
전왓 how / what 동콤 was / did 콤앤드병렬
주전 애형애 perfect / perfectly
Phrase
▢ you think about
▢ ball going through
▢ likely to
▢ might comment on
① 당신은 완벽할 수 있지만, 당신이 그것에 대해서 생각하는 방식을 바꿀 필요가 있다.
② 만약 당신이 "완벽한"을 지우고 "완수된"을 삽입한다면 완벽함은 실제로 가능하다.
③ 한 농구 선수가 15피트 슛을 하고 공이 골대 가장자리를 전혀 건드리지 않으면서 골 망을 통과 한다고 상상해 보자.
④ 누군가는 아마도 "정말 완벽한 슛이었어!
⑤ "라고 외칠 것이다.
⑥ 그리고 그것은 완벽했다.
⑦ 점수판은 2점이 올라가는 것을 보여준다.
⑧ 이제 그 똑같은 선수가 몇 분 후에 다시 15피트 슛을 한다고 상상해 보자.
⑨ 하지만 이번에는 그 공이 골대 가장자리의 한 면에 부딪히고 빙글빙글 돌다가 0.5초 동안 정지된 후, 마침내 골 망을 통과해서 떨어진다.
⑩ 아나운서는 그것이 얼마나 볼품없는 슛이었는지를 언급할 수 있는데, 그녀의 말이 옳을지도 모른다.
⑪ 하지만 농구 경기는 (슛이) 깔끔한가 혹은 볼품없는가와 같은 그런 기준으로 승부가 나지는 않는다.
⑫ 이 예에서 공은 골 망을 통과했고 점수판에 2점이 올라갔다.
⑬ 그러한 의미에서 두 번째 슛은 첫 번째 슛만큼이나 완벽했다.
1962-23
6


In this world, being smart or competent isn't enough.

People sometimes don't recognize talent when they see it.

Their vision is clouded by the first impression we give and that can lose us the job we want, or the relationship we want.



The way we present ourselves can speak more eloquently of the skills we bring to the table, if we actively cultivate that presentation.



Nobody likes to be crossed off the list before being given the opportunity to show others who they are.


Being able to tell your story from the moment you meet other people is a skill that must be actively cultivated, in order to send the message that you're someone to be considered and the right person for the position.




For that reason, it's important that we all learn how to say the appropriate things in the right way and to present ourselves in a way that appeals to other people ― tailoring a great first impression.




appeals  ①~을 상소하다 ②간청
competent  ①유능한 ②능력이 있는
cultivate  ①재배하다 ②양성하다
clouded  ①혼란된 ②구름으로 덮인
eloquently  ①유창한 웅변으로 ②웅변으로
Frequent Word
actively cultivate impression right skill want
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
콤빙 is / being
더명- 더명- 콤올병렬 더명-
더명- 더명-
투비피 to be crossed / being crossed 부접잉 being / been 동끝 are / do
첫잉 Be / Being 형전 더명- 더명- 투비피 to be considered / being considered
주전 앤투
Phrase
▢ crossed off
▢ tell your story from
▢ in order to
① 이 세상에서 똑똑하거나 능력이 있는 것만으로는 충분하지 않다.
② 사람들은 때때로 그들이 재능을 볼 때, 그것을 알아차리지 못한다.
③ 그들의 시야는 우리가 주는 첫인상에 의해 가려지고 그리고 그것은 우리가 원하는 일 또는 우리가 원하는 관계를 잃게 할 수 있다.
④ 우리가 우리 스스로를 보여주는 방식은 만약 우리가 그러한 보여주기를 적극적으로 계발한다면, 우리가 기여할 기술들에 대해 더 설득력 있게 말해줄 수 있다.
⑤ 어느 누구도 다른 사람들에게 그들(자신)이 누구인지를 보여줄 기회를 제공받기 전에 목록에서 지워지는 것을 좋아하지 않는다.
⑥ 당신이 다른 사람을 만나는 그 순간부터 당신의 이야기를 말할 수 있는 것은 당신이 고려되어야 할 누군가이고 그 자리에 적합한 사람이라는 메시지를 전달하기 위해서 적극적으로 계발되어야만 하는 기술이다.
⑦ 그러한 이유로, 우리 모두는 올바른 방식으로 적절한 것들을 말하는 방법과 다른 사람에게 매력적인 방식으로 우리 스스로를 보여주는 방법을 배우는 것이 중요하다 ― 훌륭한 첫 인상을 재단하는 것이다.
1962-24
7


Take the choice of which kind of soup to buy.

There's too much data here for you to struggle with: calories, price, salt content, taste, packaging, and so on.


If you were a robot, you'd be stuck here all day trying to make a decision, with no obvious way to trade off which details matter more.



To land on a choice, you need a summary of some sort.

And that's what the feedback from your body is able to give you.

Thinking about your budget might make your palms sweat, or your mouth might water thinking about the last time you consumed the chicken noodle soup, or noting the excessive creaminess of the other soup might give you a stomachache.




You simulate your experience with one soup, and then the other.

Your bodily experience helps your brain to quickly place a value on soup A, and another on soup B, allowing you to tip the balance in one direction or the other.




You don't just extract the data from the soup cans, you feel the data.

content  ①콘텐츠 ②내용
excessive  ①과도한 ②지나친
extract  ①추출하다 ②농축액
packaging  ①포장 ②짐꾸리기
simulate  ①~을 가장하다 ②~인 체하다
sort  ①분류하다 ②정렬하다
trade  ①무역 ②거래
Frequent Word
choice data experience give make soup thinking
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
첫동 Take / Taking 전접 of them / of which
콤동 taste / tasteing 콤잉 package / packaging 콤앤드병렬 전끝 on / on it
가정법 오프위치 of which / off which
첫투
주전
첫잉 Think / Thinking 동명동 sweat / to sweat 콤올병렬 더명- 콤올병렬
콤앤드병렬
동명투 quicklying / to quickly 전명- 콤앤드병렬 콤잉 allow / allowing
Phrase
▢ struggle with
▢ and so on
▢ your experience with
① 어떤 종류의 수프를 살지를 선택하라.
② 여기에 당신이 애써 신경 써야 할 너무 많은 자료가 있다: 칼로리, 가격, 소금 함유량, 맛, 포장, 기타 등등.
③ 만약 당신이 로봇이라면, 어떤 세부사항이 더 중요한지에 대해 균형을 잡을 만한 분명한 방법이 없는 채로 당신은 결정하느라 애쓰면서 하루 종일 여기에 매여 있을 것이다.
④ 결정에 이르기 위해서는 당신은 일종의 요약 정보가 필요하다.
⑤ 그리고 그것은 당신의 신체로부터 나오는 피드백이 당신에게 제공할 수 있는 것이다.
⑥ 당신의 예산에 관해 생각하는 것은 당신의 손바닥에 땀이 나게 할 수도 있고, 당신이 지난번에 치킨 누들 수프를 먹었던 것에 대해 생각하며 당신의 입에서 군침이 돌 수도 있고, 또는 또 다른 수프의 지나친 느끼함을 알아차리는 것이 당신의 속을 불편하게 만들 지도 모른다.
⑦ 당신은 하나의 수프로, 그런 다음 또 다른 수프로 당신의 경험을 시뮬레이션 해본다.
⑧ 당신의 신체 경험은 당신의 두뇌가 재빨리 A 수프에 하나의 가치를 부여하고, B 수프에는 또 다른 가치를 부여하게 하는 것을 도우며, 당신으로 하여금 한 쪽으로 또는 다른 쪽으로 균형이 기울도록 한다.
⑨ 당신은 수프 캔으로부터 단지 자료를 추출하는 것이 아니라, 그 자료를 느끼는 것이다.
1962-25
8


The above graph shows the global internet usage rate in 2017, sorted by gender and region.


Among the five regions, both male and female internet usage rate was the highest in Europe, accounting for 83% and 76% respectively.



In each region, the male internet usage rate was higher than the female internet usage rate except for in the Americas.



The percentage point gap of internet usage between males and females was the highest in the Arab States.


The internet usage rate of males in the Arab States was the same as that of males in Asia Pacific.


The percentage of female internet usage in Africa was the lowest among the five regions, but it was lower than half that of female internet usage in Asia Pacific.



gap  ①간격 ②차이
gender  ①성별 ②성
respectively  ①각각 ②각자
sorted  ①잘 정리된 ②갖춘
Frequent Word
among female higher male males pacific percentage region usage
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
특명 usage / usefulness 콤피
특명 usage / usefulness 형전 콤잉 account / accounting
특명 usage / usefulness 특명 usage / usefulness 전전 except for / except for in
특명 usage / usefulness 형전
특명 usage / usefulness 댓오 that / those
특명 usage / usefulness 형전 잇댓 what / that 특명 usage / usefulness
Phrase
▢ except for
① 위의 도표는 2017년의 성별, 지역별로 분류된 세계 인터넷 사용 비율을 보여준다.
② 다섯 개의 지역 중에서, 남성과 여성 인터넷 사용 비율 둘 다 유럽에서 가장 높았으며, 각각 83%, 76%를 차지한다.
③ 아메리카 대륙을 제외하고는, 각 지역에서 남성 인터넷 사용 비율은 여성 인터넷 사용 비율보다 높았다.
④ 남성과 여성의 인터넷 사용 비율 차이는 아랍 국가들에서 가장 높았다.
⑤ 아랍 국가들의 남성 인터넷 사용 비율은 아시아 태평양의 남성 인터넷 사용 비율과 같았다.
⑥ 아프리카에서 여성 인터넷 사용 비율은 다섯 개 지역 가운데 가장 낮았지만, 아시아 태평양에서의 여성 인터넷 사용 비율의 절반보다는 더 낮았다.
1962-26
9


Thomas Nast was born on September 27, 1840, in Landau, Germany, and moved with his mother and sister to New York in 1846.



Young Nast was a poor student — he never learned to read or write — but showed an early talent for drawing.



When he was about 13 years old, he quit regular school and the next year he studied art with Theodore Kaufmann, a photographer and painter.



In 1862 he joined the staff of Harper's Weekly, where he focused his efforts on political cartoons.


Nast made lasting contributions to the American political and cultural scene.

He created the elephant as the symbol for the Republican Party and the modern version of Santa Claus.


He also played an important role in the election of Abraham Lincoln in 1864.

contributions  ①기여 ②공헌
election  ①선거 ②투표
republican  ①공화당의 ②공화국의
Frequent Word
political student
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
콤앤드병렬 앤피 moving / moved
앤동원 write / writing 앤피 showing / showed
더명-
전명- 콤웨어 there / which / where
Phrase
▢ played an important role in
① Thomas Nast는 1840년 9월 27일 독일 Landau에서 태어났고, 그의 어머니와 누이와 함께 1846년에 New York으로 이주하였다.
② 어린 Nast는 형편없는 학생 — 읽거나 쓰는 것을 배우지 못했다 — 이었지만, 그림 그리기에는 일찍부터 재능을 보였다.
③ 그는 약 13세에 정규 학교를 그만두고 다음 해에 사진가이자 화가인 Theodore Kaufmann과 함께 예술을 공부했다.
④ 1862년에 그는 Harper's Weekly에 직원으로 들어갔고, 그곳에서 정치 만화에 대한 그의 노력을 집중했다.
⑤ Nast는 미국의 정치적 그리고 문화적 장면에 지속적인 공헌을 했다.
⑥ 그는 공화당의 상징으로써의 코끼리와 현대판 산타클로스를 만들어 냈다.
⑦ 또한 그는 1864년 Abraham Lincoln의 선거에서 중요한 역할을 했다.
1962-29
10


Trying to produce everything yourself would mean you are using your time and resources to produce many things for which you are a high-cost provider.



This would translate into lower production and income.

For example, even though most doctors might be good at record keeping and arranging appointments, it is generally in their interest to hire someone to perform these services.



The time doctors use to keep records is time they could have spent seeing patients.

Because the time spent with their patients is worth a lot, the opportunity cost of record keeping for doctors will be high.



Thus, doctors will almost always find it advantageous to hire someone else to keep and manage their records.


Moreover, when the doctor specializes in the provision of physician services and hires someone who has a comparative advantage in record keeping, costs will be lower and joint output larger than would otherwise be achievable.




achievable  달성할 수 있는
advantageous  ①유리한 ②이로운
appointments  ①임명 ②약속
arranging  ①~을 배열하다 ②~을 결정하다
comparative  ①비교의 ②대조
hire  ①고용하다 ②채용하다
joint  ①공동의 ②관절
output  ①출력 ②생산
physician  의사
provider  ①제공자 ②사업자
provision  ①규정 ②조항
specializes  ①전문적으로 연구하다 ②특수화하다
Frequent Word
advantage high hire keep keeping patients produce provider record services spent
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
첫잉 Try / Trying 전접 for them / for which
콤잇 it / which
잇투 잇형 advantageous / advantageously to / hireing 앤동원 manage / managing
콤왠
Phrase
▢ would translate into
▢ opportunity cost of
① 모든 것을 당신 스스로 생산하려고 노력하는 것은 당신이 고비용 공급자가 되는 많은 것들을 생산하기 위해 당신의 시간과 자원을 사용하고 있다는 것을 의미한다.
② 이것은 더 낮은 생산과 수입으로 해석될 수 있다.
③ 예를 들면, 비록 대부분의 의사가 자료 기록과 진료 예약을 잡는 데 능숙할지라도, 이러한 서비스를 수행하기 위해 누군가를 고용하는 것은 일반적으로 그들에게 이익이 된다.
④ 기록을 하기 위해 의사가 사용하는 시간은 그들이 환자를 진료하면서 보낼 수 있었던 시간이다.
⑤ 그들이 환자와 보내게 되는 시간은 많은 가치를 가지기 때문에 의사들에게 자료 기록을 하는 기회비용은 높을 것이다.
⑥ 따라서 의사는 자료 기록을 하고 그것을 관리하기 위해 누군가 다른 사람을 고용하는 것이 이득이라는 것을 거의 항상 알게 될 것이다.
⑦ 더군다나 의사가 진료 제공을 전문으로 하고, 자료 기록에 비교 우위를 가지고 있는 사람을 고용하면, 그렇게 하지 않으면 얻을 수 있는 것보다 그 비용은 더 낮아질 것이고 공동의 결과물이 더 커질 것이다.
1962-30
11


Our culture is biased toward the fine arts — those creative products that have no function other than pleasure.


Craft objects are less worthy; because they serve an everyday function, they're not purely creative.

But this division is culturally and historically relative.

Most contemporary high art began as some sort of craft.

The composition and performance of what we now call "classical music" began as a form of craft music satisfying required functions in the Catholic mass, or the specific entertainment needs of royal patrons.




For example, chamber music really was designed to be performed in chambers — small intimate rooms in wealthy homes — often as background music.



The dances composed by famous composers from Bach to Chopin originally did indeed accompany dancing.

But today, with the contexts and functions they were composed for gone, we listen to these works as fine art.


accompany  ①동행하다 ②함께 ~하다
biased  ①치우친 ②편견을 가진
chamber  ①실내악의 ②~실
composition  ①구성 ②작문
contemporary  ①현대의 ②동시대의
contexts  ①문맥 ②상황
craft  ①공예 ②만들다
division  ①...부 ②분단
entertainment  ①엔터테인먼트 ②연예
intimate  ①친밀한 ②사적인
patrons  ①단골 ②후원자
relative  ①상대적인 ②친척
sort  ①분류하다 ②정렬하다
specific  ①특정한 ②구체적인
Frequent Word
art began composed contemporary craft creative culturally dances fine function music performance
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
특전 forward / toward
하이 high / highly
전왓 how / what 콤올병렬
비피투 designing / designed 투비피 to be performed / being performed
전피 goneing / gone
Phrase
▢ as some sort of
① 우리의 문화는 순수 예술 — 즐거움 외에는 어떤 기능도 가지고 있지 않은 창조적 생산물 — 쪽으로 편향되어 있다.
② 공예품은 덜 가치가 있다; 그것들은 일상의 기능을 제공하기 때문에 그것들은 순수하게 창의적이지 않다.
③ 하지만 이러한 구분은 문화적으로 역사적으로 상대적이다.
④ 대부분의 현대의 고급 예술은 일종의 공예로써 시작했다.
⑤ 우리가 오늘날 "고전 음악"이라고 부르는 것의 작곡과 연주는 가톨릭 미사에서 요구되어지는 기능 또는 왕실 후원자의 특정한 오락적 요구를 충족시키는 공예 음악의 형태로 시작했다.
⑥ 예를 들면, 실내악은 실제로 방들 — 부유한 가정의 작고 친밀한 방들 — 에서 종종 배경음악으로 연주되도록 설계되었다.
⑦ Bach에서 Chopin에 이르는 유명한 작곡가들에 의해서 작곡되어진 춤곡들은 원래는 사실상 춤을 동반했다.
⑧ 하지만 오늘날, 그들이 작곡되어진 맥락과 기능들이 사라진 채로, 우리는 이러한 작품들을 순수 예술로 듣는다.
1962-31
12


Psychologists Leon Festinger, Stanley Schachter, and sociologist Kurt Back began to wonder how friendships form.

Why do some strangers build lasting friendships, while others struggle to get past basic platitudes?

Some experts explained that friendship formation could be traced to infancy, where children acquired the values, beliefs, and attitudes that would bind or separate them later in life.



But Festinger, Schachter, and Back pursued a different theory.

The researchers believed that physical space was the key to friendship formation; that "friendships are likely to develop on the basis of brief and passive contacts made going to and from home or walking about the neighborhood."




In their view, it wasn't so much that people with similar attitudes became friends, but rather that people who passed each other during the day tended to become friends and so came to adopt similar attitudes over time.




acquired  ①후천적인 ②획득한
adopt  ①채택하다 ②입양하다
brief  ①보고서 ②짧은
formation  ①형성 ②대형
infancy  ①유아기 ②초기
passive  ①수동적인 ②소극적인
psychologists  ①심리학자 ②정신과 의사
pursued  ①~을 뒤쫓다 ②끈질기게 교제를 강요하다
platitudes  단조로이
sociologist  사회학자
tended  ①경향이 있다 ②도움이 되다
theory  ①이론 ②견해
traced  ①자취 ②자취
Frequent Word
attitudes basic beliefs formation friends passed similar
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
콤앤드병렬
비피투 tracing / traced 콤웨어 there / which / where 콤앤드병렬 앤동원 separate / separateing later / latter
주콤콤 콤앤드병렬
주접
잇댓 what / that
Phrase
▢ likely to
① 심리학자 Leon Festinger, Stanley Schachter, 그리고 사회학자 Kurt Back은 우정이 어떻게 형성되는지 궁금해 하기 시작했다.
② 왜 몇몇 타인들은 지속적인 우정을 쌓는 반면, 다른 이들은 기본적인 상투적인 말을 넘어서는데 어려움을 겪을까?
③ 몇몇 전문가들은 우정 형성이 유아기로 거슬러 올라갈 수 있다고 설명하였고, 그 시기에 아이들은 훗날 삶에서 그들을 결합시키거나 분리시킬 수도 있는 가치, 신념, 그리고 태도를 습득했다.
④ 그러나 Festinger, Schachter, 그리고 Back은 다른 이론을 추구하였다.
⑤ 그 연구자들은 물리적 공간이 우정 형성의 핵심이라고 믿었다; "우정은 집을 오가거나 동네 주변을 걸어 다니면서 이루어지는 짧고 수동적인 접촉에 근거하여 발달하는 것 같다"라고 믿었다.
⑥ 그들의 관점에서는 유사한 태도를 지닌 사람들이 친구가 된다기 보다는 그날 동안 서로를 지나쳐 가는 사람들이 친구가 되는 경향이 있고 그래서 시간이 지남에 따라 유사한 태도를 받아들이게 되었다.
1962-32
13


As entrepreneur Derek Sivers put it, "The first follower is what transforms a lone nut into a leader."


If you were sitting with seven other people and six group members picked the wrong answer, but the remaining one chose the correct answer, conformity dropped dramatically.



"The presence of a supporting partner depleted the majority of much of its pressure," Asch wrote.


Merely knowing that you're not the only resister makes it substantially easier to reject the crowd.


Emotional strength can be found even in small numbers.

In the words of Margaret Mead, "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."



To feel that you're not alone, you don't need a whole crowd to join you.

Research by Sigal Barsade and Hakan Ozcelik shows that in business and government organizations, just having one friend is enough to significantly decrease loneliness.



conformity  ①일치 ②적합
depleted  ①고갈된 ②바닥난
entrepreneur  ①기업인 ②기업가
lone  ①단 하나의 ②혼자의
majority  ①다수의 ②대부분
nut  ①견과 ②미친
presence  ①존재 ②영향력
reject  ①거부하다 ②거절하다
significantly  ①크게 ②현저히
strength  ①힘 ②강함
substantially  ①상당히 ②실질적으로
transforms  ①바뀌다 ②변형하다
Frequent Word
answer group presence small
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
가정법 더잉 remaining / remained
더잉 supporting / supported
잇투 to / rejecting
콤잇 it / which
첫투
이넙투 to / for
Phrase
▢ makes it
▢ enough to significantly
① 기업가 Derek Sivers가 말했듯이, “첫 추종자가 외로운 괴짜를 지도자로 바꾸는 것이다."
② 만약 당신이 7명의 다른 사람들과 앉아 있고 (그 중) 여섯 명은 틀린 답을 고르지만 나머지 한 사람이 옳은 답을 선택한다면 순응은 급격하게 떨어진다.
③ "한 명의 지지하는 파트너의 존재가 다수에게서 그것의 많은 압박을 고갈시켰다,"라고 Asch가 썼다.
④ 단순히 당신이 유일한 저항가가 아니라는 것을 아는 것은 군중에게 반대하는 것을 상당히 더 쉽게 만든다.
⑤ 정서적인 힘이 심지어 소수에게서도 발견될 수 있다.
⑥ Margaret Mead의 말에 따르면, "소수의 생각이 깊은 시민이 세상을 바꿀 수 있다는 것을 의심하지 마라; 사실상 그것이 (세상을 바꾼) 유일한 것이다."
⑦ 당신이 혼자가 아니라는 것을 느끼기 위해, 당신과 함께할 전체 군중이 필요한 것은 아니다.
⑧ Sigal Barsade와 Hakan Ozcelik에 의한 연구는 사업과 정부 조직에서 단지 한 명의 친구를 갖는 것만으로도 외로움을 상당히 줄이기에 충분하다는 것을 보여준다.
1962-33
14


At the pharmaceutical giant Merck, CEO Kenneth Frazier decided to motivate his executives to take a more active role in leading innovation and change.



He asked them to do something radical: generate ideas that would put Merck out of business.


For the next two hours, the executives worked in groups, pretending to be one of Merck's top competitors.


Energy soared as they developed ideas for drugs that would crush theirs and key markets they had missed.


Then, their challenge was to reverse their roles and figure out how to defend against these threats.


This "kill the company" exercise is powerful because it reframes a gain-framed activity in terms of losses.


When deliberating about innovation opportunities, the leaders weren't inclined to take risks.

When they considered how their competitors could put them out of business, they realized that it was a risk not to innovate.



The urgency of innovation was apparent.

apparent  ①분명한 ②명백한
competitors  ①경쟁자 ②선수
deliberating  ①~을 숙고하다 ②신중히 생각하다
executives  ①임원 ②대표
inclined  ①마음이 내키는 ②경향이 있는
innovate  ①혁신하다 ②쇄신하다
innovation  ①혁신 ②획기적인
losses  ①손실 ②패배
pharmaceutical  ①약학의 ②약제의
radical  ①급진적인 ②과격한
urgency  ①위급 ②긴급
reframes  ①다시 구성하다 ②…에 틀을 다시 붙이다
reverse  ①반대의 ②뒤집다
soared  ①~까지 날아오르다 ②~을 올라가다
threats  ①우려
Frequent Word
active business company executives ideas innovate leaders take
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
앤동원 change / changing
동명투 doing / to do 부전 out / out of
콤잉 pretend / pretending
핻이디 have missed / had missed
부접잉 deliberating / deliberated 비피투 inclining / inclined
부전 out / out of 낫투 to not / not to
Phrase
▢ out of
▢ figure out
▢ in terms of
▢ inclined to
▢ put them out
① 거대 제약회사인 Merck에서 CEO인 Kenneth Frazier는 혁신과 변화를 이끄는 데 그의 간부들이 보다 적극적인 역할을 취하도록 동기를 부여하기로 결심하였다.
② 그는 그들이 급진적인 무엇인가를 하도록 요청하였다: Merck를 사업에서 몰아낼 수도 있는 아이디어들을 만들어내라.
③ 다음 두 시간 동안 회사 간부들은 Merck의 주요 경쟁사 가운데 하나인 체하면서, 그룹으로 작업을 하였다.
④ 그들이 그들의 회사를 짓밟을 만한 약과 그들이 놓쳤던 주요 시장에 대한 아이디어를 만들어내는 동안 에너지가 치솟았다.
⑤ 그리고 나서, 그들의 과제는 그들의 역할을 반대로 하여 이러한 위협을 어떻게 방어할 수 있는지를 알아내는 것이었다.
⑥ 이러한 "회사 무너뜨리기" 활동은 손실의 관점에서 수익 (창출로) 구조화된 활동을 재구조화하기 때문에 강력하다.
⑦ 혁신 기회에 대해 심사숙고할 때, 리더들은 위험을 무릅쓰지 않는 경향이 있었다.
⑧ 그들이 그들의 경쟁자들이 그들을 어떻게 사업에서 몰아낼 수 있을지를 고려했을 때, 그들은 혁신하지 않는 것이 위험한 것이라는 것을 깨달았다.
⑨ 혁신의 다급함이 명확해졌다.
1962-34
15


The whole history of mathematics is one long sequence of taking the best ideas of the moment and finding new extensions, variations, and applications.



Our lives today are totally different from the lives of people three hundred years ago, mostly owing to scientific and technological innovations that required the insights of calculus.



Isaac Newton and Gottfried von Leibniz independently discovered calculus in the last half of the seventeenth century.


But a study of the history reveals that mathematicians had thought of all the essential elements of calculus before Newton or Leibniz came along.



Newton himself acknowledged this flowing reality when he wrote, "If I have seen farther than others it is because I have stood on the shoulders of giants."



Newton and Leibniz came up with their brilliant insight at essentially the same time because it was not a huge leap from what was already known.



All creative people, even ones who are considered geniuses, start as nongeniuses and take baby steps from there.


acknowledged  ①승인된 ②일반적으로 인정되어 있는
applications  ①적용 ②응용
calculus  ①계산법 ②치석
extensions  ①확장 ②연장
geniuses  ①천재 ②천재
innovations  ①혁신 ②획기적인
insight  ①통찰력 ②보여줌
leap  ①도약하다 ②건너 뛰다
mathematicians  수학자
owing  ①~해서 ②~덕택에
nongeniuses  비천재들
reveals  ①드러내다 ②나타내다
sequence  ①서열 ②순서
technological  기술적인
variations  ①변화 ②변형
Frequent Word
calculus came essential history insight lives mathematicians
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
전명- 콤앤드병렬
형전 긴전2 owing / owing to
동오브 to / of
부전 up / up with 전명- 전왓 how / what
콤동 start / starting 앤동원 take / taking
Phrase
▢ different from
▢ owing to
▢ is because
▢ came up
▢ considered geniuses start as
① 수학의 모든 역사는 그 순간의 가장 좋은 생각들을 취하여 새로운 확장, 변이, 그리고 적용을 찾아가는 하나의 긴 연속이다.
② 오늘날 우리의 삶은, 주로 미적 분학의 통찰을 요구하는 과학적이고 기술적인 혁신 때문에, 300년 전 사람들의 삶과는 전적으로 다르다.
③ Isaac Newton과 Gottfried von Leibniz는 (각자) 독립적으로 17세기 후반에 미적분학을 발견하였다.
④ 하지만 역사연구는 수학자들이 Newton 또는 Leibniz가 나타나기 전에 미적분학의 모든 주요한 요소들에 대해 생각했었다는 것을 보여준다.
⑤ Newton 그 자신이 "만약 내가 다른 사람들보다 더 멀리 보았다면 그것은 내가 거인들의 어깨 위에 섰기 때문이다"라고 썼을 때 이러한 흘러가는 현실을 인정하였다.
⑥ Newton과 Leibniz는 본질적으로 동시대에 그들의 뛰어난 통찰력을 내놓았는데 왜냐하면 그것은 이미 알려진 것으로부터의 큰 도약은 아니었기 때문이었다.
⑦ 모든 창의적인 사람들은, 심지어 천재라고 여겨지는 사람들조차, 천재가 아닌 사람으로 시작하여 거기에서부터 아기 걸음마를 뗀다.
1962-35
16


People often assume erroneously that if a Hadza adult of Tanzania does not know how to solve an algebraic equation, then he must be less intelligent than we are.



Yet there is no evidence to suggest that people from some cultures are fast learners and people from others are slow learners.



The study of comparative cultures has taught us that people in different cultures learn different cultural content (attitudes, values, ideas, and behavioral patterns) and that they accomplish this with similar efficiency.




The traditional Hadza hunter has not learned algebra because such knowledge would not particularly enhance his adaptation to life in the East African grasslands.



However, he would know how to track a wounded bush buck that he has not seen for three days and where to find groundwater.



accomplish  ①성취하다 ②이루어 내다
adaptation  ①적응 ②각색
adult  ①성인용의 ②성인
assume  ①가정하다 ②생각하다
behavioral  ①행동의 ②행동에 관한
comparative  ①비교의 ②대조
content  ①콘텐츠 ②내용
efficiency  ①효율 ②능률
enhance  ①향상하다 ②강화하다
equation  ①방정식 ②공식
erroneously  ①잘못되게 ②틀리게
groundwater  ①지하수 ②갱내수
algebra  ①대수 ②대수학
algebraic  ①대수학의 ②대수적인
buck  ①달러 ②벅
Frequent Word
algebra cultural different know learn
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
접접 if / that if 동끝 are / do
콤앤드병렬 형전
더피 wounding / wounded
Phrase
① 사람들은 종종 만약 Tanzania의 Hadza의 한 어른이 대수 방정식을 푸는 방법을 모른다면, 그가 우리보다 덜 똑똑함에 틀림없다고 잘못 추정한다.
② 그러나 어떤 문화의 사람은 빠른 학습자이고 다른 문화의 사람은 느린 학습자라는 것을 보여주는 증거는 없다.
③ 비교 문화 연구는 우리에게 다른 문화의 사람들이 다른 문화적인 내용(태도, 가치관, 생각, 그리고 행동양식)을 배운다는 것과 그들이 이것을 유사한 효율성을 갖고 성취한다는 것을 가르쳐왔다.
④ 전통적인 Hadza 사냥꾼은 대수학 지식이 동아프리카 목초지에서의 삶에 적응성을 특별히 향상시켜주지 않기 때문에 그것을 학습하지 않아왔다.
⑤ 그러나, 그는 3일 동안 본 적이 없는 상처 입은 부시벅을 어떻게 추적하는지와 어디에서 지하수를 찾을 수 있는지를 알 것이다.
1962-36
17


Without money, people could only barter.

Many of us barter to a small extent, when we return favors.

A man might offer to mend his neighbor's broken door in return for a few hours of babysitting, for instance.


Yet it is hard to imagine these personal exchanges working on a larger scale.

What would happen if you wanted a loaf of bread and all you had to trade was your new car?


Barter depends on the double coincidence of wants, where not only does the other person happen to have what I want, but I also have what he wants.



Money solves all these problems.

There is no need to find someone who wants what you have to trade; you simply pay for your goods with money.



The seller can then take the money and buy from someone else.

Money is transferable and deferrable ― the seller can hold on to it and buy when the time is right.


barter  ①교환 ②거래
coincidence  ①우연 ②동시
extent  ①정도 ②범위
loaf  ①덩어리 ②빈둥거리며 하다
babysitting  아이를 봄
deferrable  연기할 수 있는
trade  ①무역 ②거래
transferable  ①양도할 수 있는 ②이전할 수 있는
Frequent Word
barter buy happen money person return seller trade wanted
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
매니오 Many / Many of 어느정도로 콤왠
우드-이프 올댓유
콤웨어 there / which / where 낫온리_두유럽미 not only the other / not only does the other
앤동원 buy / buying
전명- 앤동원 buy / buying
Phrase
▢ to a small extent
▢ in return for
▢ not only does
▢ happen to
▢ simply pay for
▢ hold on
① 돈이 없다면, 사람들은 물물 교환만 할 수 있을 것이다.
② 우리 대다수는 우리가 호의에 보답할 때, 작은 규모에서 물물 교환을 한다.
③ 예를 들어, 한 사람은 몇 시간 동안 아기를 돌봐준 것에 대한 보답으로 이웃의 고장난 문을 수리해줄 것을 제안할지도 모른다.
④ 그러나 이러한 개인적인 교환들이 더 큰 규모로 작동하는 것을 상상하기 어렵다.
⑤ 만약 당신이 빵 한 덩어리를 원하고 교환하기 위해 가지고 있는 전부가 새 자동차뿐이라면 어떤 일이 일어날까?
⑥ 물물 교환은 원하는 바의 이중의 우연의 일치에 달려있는데, 다른 사람이 내가 원하는 것을 우연히 가지고 있을 뿐만 아니라 또한 나도 그가 원하는 것을 가지고 있는 경우이다.
⑦ 돈은 이러한 모든 문제를 해결한다.
⑧ 당신이 교환하기 위해 가지고 있는 것을 원하는 누군가를 찾을 필요가 없다; 당신은 단순히 돈으로 물건 값을 지불하면 된다.
⑨ 그러면 판매자는 돈을 받고 다른 누군가로부터 구매할 수 있다.
⑩ 돈은 이동 가능하고 (지불을) 연기할 수 있다 ― 판매자는 그것을 쥐고 있다가 시기가 적절한 때에 구매할 수 있다.
1962-37
18


Brain research provides a framework for understanding how the brain processes and internalizes athletic skills.

In practicing a complex movement such as a golf swing, we experiment with different grips, positions and swing movements, analyzing each in terms of the results it yields.



This is a conscious, left-brain process.

Once we identify those elements of the swing that produce the desired results, we rehearse them over and over again in an attempt to record them permanently in "muscle memory."



In this way, we internalize the swing as a kinesthetic feeling that we trust to recreate the desired swing on demand.



This internalization transfers the swing from a consciously controlled left-brain function to a more intuitive or automatic right-brain function.


This description, despite being an oversimplification of the actual processes involved, serves as a model for the interaction between conscious and unconscious actions in the brain, as it learns to perfect an athletic skill.




analyzing  ①분석하다 ②~을 분석하여 조사하다
athletic  ①운동의 ②선수의
conscious  ①의식한 ②친화적
demand  ①요구하다 ②수요
description  ①기술 ②설명
framework  ①근거 ②체제
grips  ①단단히 잡음 ②통제
intuitive  ①직관력 있는 ②직관적으로 인식하는
involved  ①관련된 ②관여하는
permanently  ①영구적으로 ②영원히
processes  ①걷다 ②과정
internalize  ①내면화 ②내재화
internalization  ①내면화 ②자신의 것으로 만들기
kinesthetic  운동감각의
oversimplification  지나친 단순화
recreate  ①재현하다 ②재창조하다
rehearse  ①연습하다 ②시연하다
unconscious  ①무의식의 ②의식을 잃은
yields  ①산출하다 ②낳다
Frequent Word
athletic brain conscious desired function interaction left movement process results skill swing
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
전명- 더명잉 sw / swed 앤동원 swing / swinging 콤잉 analyze / analyzing 더명-
더잉 swing / swed 더피 desiring / desired
더잉 swing / swed 더명잉 sw / swed
더잉 swing / swed
특전 though / despite
Phrase
▢ in terms of
▢ over and over again
▢ desired swing on
① 뇌 연구는 뇌가 어떻게 운동 기술을 처리하고 내면화하는지를 이해하기 위한 틀을 제공한다.
② 골프채 휘두르기와 같은 복잡한 움직임을 연습할 때, 우리는 그것이 산출하는 결과의 관점에서 각각을 분석하면서 다른 잡기, 자세, 그리고 휘두르는 움직임으로 실험한다.
③ 이것은 의식적인 좌뇌 과정이다.
④ 일단 우리가 원하는 결과를 만들어내는 휘두르기의 그러한 요소들을 확인하면, 우리는 "근육 기억" 속에 그것들을 영구적으로 기록하고자 하는 시도에서 그것들을 반복적으로 연습한다.
⑤ 이러한 방식으로, 우리는 필요할 때마다 언제든지 원하는 휘두르기를 다시 만들기 위해 우리가 의존하는 운동감각의 느낌으로써 휘두르기를 내면화한다.
⑥ 이러한 내면화는 휘두르기를 의식적으로 통제되는 좌뇌 기능으로부터 더 직관적이거나 자동화된 우뇌 기능으로 전이시킨다.
⑦ 이러한 묘사는, 관련된 실제 과정의 과도한 단순화에도 불구하고, 뇌가 운동 기술을 완벽히 하는 법을 배울 때 뇌 속의 의식과 무의식 활동 사이에 상호작용을 위한 모델로서 작용한다.
1962-38
19


You are in a train, standing at a station next to another train.

Suddenly you seem to start moving.

But then you realize that you aren't actually moving at all.

It is the second train that is moving in the opposite direction.

The illusion of relative movement works the other way, too.

You think the other train has moved, only to discover that it is your own train that is moving.


It can be hard to tell the difference between apparent movement and real movement.

It's easy if your train starts with a jolt, of course, but not if your train moves very smoothly.


When your train overtakes a slightly slower train, you can sometimes fool yourself into thinking your train is still and the other train is moving slowly backwards.



apparent  ①분명한 ②명백한
overtakes  ①추월하다 ②…을 따라잡다
jolt  ①충격을 주다 ②급격한 동요
relative  ①상대적인 ②친척
Frequent Word
moved moving slower start think train
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
형전
잉끝 moving / moved
잇댓 what / that
잇댓 what / that 잉끝 moving / moved
특부 smooth / smoothly
Phrase
① 당신은, 어떤 역에서 또 다른 기차 옆에 서 있는, 한 기차 안에 있다.
② 갑자기 당신은 움직이기 시작하는 것 같다.
③ 하지만 그때 당신은 당신이 사실상 전혀 움직이지 않고 있다는 것을 깨닫는다.
④ 반대 방향으로 움직이고 있는 것은 바로 그 두 번째 기차이다.
⑤ 상대적인 움직임에 대한 착각이 다른 방식으로도 작동한다.
⑥ 당신은 다른 기차가 움직였다고 생각하지만, 결국 움직이고 있는 것은 바로 당신 자신의 기차라는 것을 발견하게 된다.
⑦ 외견상의 움직임과 실제 움직임 사이에 차이를 구별하는 것은 어려울 수 있다.
⑧ 물론, 당신의 기차가 덜컥하고 움직이기 시작한다면 그것은 (구별하기는) 쉽지만, 만약 당신의 기차가 매우 부드럽게 움직인다면 쉽지 않다.
⑨ 당신의 기차가 약간 더 느린 기차를 따라잡을 때, 당신은 당신의 기차가 정지해 있고 다른 기차가 천천히 뒤쪽으로 움직이고 있다고 생각하도록 때때로 당신 자신을 속일 수 있다.
1962-39
20


You're probably already starting to see the tremendous value of network analysis for businesspeople.

In the business world, information is money: a tip about anything from a cheap supplier to a competitor's marketing campaign to an under-the-table merger discussion can inform strategic decisions that might yield millions of dollars in profits.




You might catch it on TV or in the newspaper, but that's information everyone knows.

The most profitable information likely comes through network connections that provide "inside" information.

And it isn't just information that travels through network connections ― it's influence as well.

If you have a connection at another company, you can possibly ask your connection to push that company to do business with yours, to avoid a competitor, or to hold off on the launch of a product.




So clearly, any businessperson wants to increase their personal network.

analysis  ①분석 ②해석
businesspeople  사업가들
competitor  ①경쟁자 ②선수
launch  ①발사하다 ②시작하다
profitable  ①수익성이 좋은 ②이익이 되는
profits  ①도움이 되다 ②~의 이익을 가져오다
merger  ①합병 ②통합
businessperson  ①실업가 ②실무가
strategic  ①전략적인 ②중요한
supplier  ①공급하는 사람 ②원료 공급국
tremendous  ①엄청난 ②대단한
yield  ①수확 ②항복
Frequent Word
business company connection inform network profitable
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
잇댓 what / that 동전 travels / travels through
동명투 pushing / to push 콤투 avoid / to avoid 콤올병렬 앤투 부전 off / off on
Phrase
▢ tremendous value of
▢ catch it on
▢ do business
① 당신은 아마도 사업가들을 위한 네트워크 분석의 엄청난 가치를 이미 알기 시작하고 있을 것이다.
② 사업의 세계에서, 정보는 돈이다: 값싼 공급업자에서부터 경쟁자의 마케팅 활동과 비밀리에 거래되는 합병 토론에 이르기까지 어떠한 것에 대한 정보는 수백만 달러를 이윤으로 산출할 수 있는 전략적 결정에 대한 정보를 줄 수 있다.
③ 당신은 텔레비전이나 신문에서 그것을 얻을 지도 모르지만, 그것은 모든 사람이 아는 정보이다.
④ 가장 수익을 창출할 수 있는 정보는 "내부" 정보를 제공하는 네트워크 연결망을 통해서 나올 가능성이 있다.
⑤ 그리고 네트워크 연결망을 통해 이동하는 것은 정보뿐만 아니다 ― 또한 영향력도 있다.
⑥ 만약 당신이 다른 회사에 인맥을 가지고 있다면 당신은 당신의 인맥이 그 회사가 당신의 회사와 함께 사업을 하도록 하거나 경쟁자를 피하도록 하거나 또는 제품의 출시를 연기하도록 밀어붙이게끔 요청할 수 있다.
⑦ 그래서 명확하게, 어떠한 사업자이든 그들의 개 인적 네트워크를 늘리기를 원한다.
1962-40
21


Intergroup contact is more likely to reduce stereotyping and create favorable attitudes if it is backed by social norms that promote equality among groups.



If the norms support openness, friendliness, and mutual respect, the contact has a greater chance of changing attitudes and reducing prejudice than if they do not.



Institutionally supported intergroup contact ― that is, contact sanctioned by an outside authority or by established customs ― is more likely to produce positive changes than unsupported contact.



Without institutional support, members of an in-group may be reluctant to interact with outsiders because they feel doing so is deviant or simply inappropriate.



With the presence of institutional support, however, contact between groups is more likely to be seen as appropriate, expected, and worthwhile.



For instance, with respect to desegregation in elementary schools, there is evidence that students were more highly motivated and learned more in classes conducted by teachers (that is, authority figures) who supported rather than opposed desegregation.




authority  ①당국 ②권한
backed  ①등가 달린 ②뒷받침이 있는
deviant  ①벗어난 ②비정상적인 사람
equality  ①평등 ②동등
established  ①설립된 ②정해진
favorable  ①유리한 ②호의적인
friendliness  ①우정 ②친절
inappropriate  ①부적당한 ②알맞지 않은
institutional  ①협회의 ②제도의
mutual  ①상호적인 ②서로의
norms  ①표준 ②기준
openness  ①개방성 ②솔직
opposed  ①대항하는 ②반대의
presence  ①존재 ②영향력
unsupported  ①입증되지 않은 ②원조를 받지 않은
desegregation  ①차별폐지 ②인종 차별 폐지
intergroup  ①집단 사이의 ②서로 다른 인종간의
sanctioned  ①허가 ②구속
reluctant  ①꺼리는 ②주저하는
stereotyping  ①유형화 ②스테로판 주조법
worthwhile  ①가치있는 ②~할 만한
Frequent Word
attitudes authority chance contact desegregation group instance interact likely norms outside reduce respect support
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
앤동원 create / createing 잇댓 what / that
콤앤드병렬
동콤 is / does 콤동 contact / contacting 전피 establishing / established
콤동 contact / contacting 투비피 to be seen / being seen 콤피 콤앤드병렬
동격댓 that / which 하이 high / highly 앤피 learning / learned 동콤 is / does
Phrase
▢ likely to
▢ likely to
▢ to interact with
▢ likely to
▢ with respect to
① 집단 간 접촉은 만약 그것이 집단 사이에 평등을 촉진하는 사회적 규범에 의해 지지 받는다면 고정관념을 줄이고 우호적인 태도를 만들어낼 가능성이 더 크다.
② 만약 그 규범들이 개방성, 친밀함, 그리고 상호존중을 지지한다면, 그 접촉은 만약 그것들(규범들)이 그렇지(지지하지) 않는 것보다 태도를 바꾸고 편견을 줄일 더 큰 가능성을 가진다.
③ 제도적으로 지지를 받는 집단 간 접촉은 ― 즉 외부의 권위에 의해 또는 기존의 관습에 의해 승인되어진 접촉 ― 지지받지 않는 접촉보다 긍정적인 변화를 만들 가능성이 더 크다.
④ 제도적 지지가 없다면, 한 내부 집단의 구성원들은 외부자들과 상호작용하는 것을 꺼려할 수도 있는데 왜냐하면 그들이 그렇게 하는 것이 (규범에서) 벗어나 있거나 단순히 부적절한 것으로 느끼기 때문이다.
⑤ 그러나 제도적 지지의 존재로, 집단 간 접촉은 적절하고, 기대되어지며, 그리고 가치 있는 것으로 여겨질 가능성이 더 크다.
⑥ 예를 들어, 초등학교에서 인종 차별 폐지에 대하여, 인종 차별 폐지에 반대하기 보다는 지지하는 교사들(즉, 권위 있는 인물들)에 의해 행해진 수업에서 학생들이 더 많이 동기를 부여받고 더 많이 배웠다는 증거가 있다.
1962-4142
22


One cannot take for granted that the findings of any given study will have validity.

Consider a situation where an investigator is studying deviant behavior.

In particular, she is investigating the extent to which cheating by college students occurs on exams.


Reasoning that it is more difficult for people monitoring an exam to keep students under surveillance in large classes than in smaller ones, she hypothesizes that a higher rate of cheating will occur on exams in large classes than in small.





To test this hypothesis, she collects data on cheating in both large classes and small ones and then analyzes the data.



Her results show that more cheating per student occurs in the larger classes.

Thus, the data apparently support the investigator's research hypothesis.

A few days later, however, a colleague points out that all the large classes in her study used multiple‐choice exams, whereas all the small classes used short answer and essay exams.




The investigator immediately realizes that an extraneous variable (exam format) is interfering with the independent variable (class size) and may be operating as a cause in her data.



The apparent support for her research hypothesis may be nothing more than an artifact.

Perhaps the true effect is that more cheating occurs on multiple-choice exams than on essay exams, regardless of class size.


apparent  ①분명한 ②명백한
artifact  ①인공물 ②인공 유물
cheating  ①사기꾼 ②속임수
colleague  동료
deviant  ①벗어난 ②비정상적인 사람
essay  ①에세이 ②논문
extent  ①정도 ②범위
format  ①형식 ②포맷
granted  ①당연히 ②허가
hypothesis  ①가설 ②가정
interfering  ①간섭하는 ②참견하기 좋아하는
investigating  ①연구하다 ②심사하다
investigator  ①수사관 ②조사자
multiple  ①다_ ②다수의
occur  ①발생하다 ②일어나다
operating  ①작용하는 ②수술의
analyzes  ①분석하다 ②…을 분석하여 조사하다
extraneous  ①관계없는 ②외부로부터의
hypothesizes  ①가설을 세우다 ②…을 가정하다
surveillance  ①감시 ②사찰
validity  ①타당성 ②유효성
variable  ①변화하는 ②변수
Frequent Word
apparent cheating choice classes colleague data essay exam exams hypothesis investigating multiple occur research size small student support used variable
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
전피 granting / granted
첫동 Consider / Considering 주웨어 which / where
전접 to them / to which 동전 occurs / occurs on
첫잉 Reason / Reasoning 형전 댄전 in / X 잇댓 what / that 동전 occur / occur on 댄전 in / X
첫투
동전 occurs / occurs in
later / latter
동전 occurs / occurs on 댄전 on / X 특전 긴전2 regardless / regardless of
Phrase
▢ for granted
▢ In particular
▢ will occur on
▢ interfering with
▢ regardless of
① 우리는 주어진 연구의 결과가 타당성을 가질 것이라고 당연하게 여길 수 없다.
② 한 연구자가 벗어난 행동을 연구하는 상황을 생각해보자.
③ 특히, 그녀는 시험에서 대학생들에 의한 부정행위가 발생하는 정도를 조사하고 있다.
④ 시험을 감독하는 사람들이 더 작은 수업에서보다 큰 수업에서 학생들을 감독하는 것이 더 어렵다고 추론하였기 때문에 그녀는 더 높은 비율의 부정행위가 작은 수업에서보다 큰 수업에서의 시험에서 발생할 것이라고 가정한다.
⑤ 이러한 가설을 검증하기 위해 그녀는 큰 수업과 작은 수업 둘 다에서 부정행위에 대한 자료를 수집하고 그 자료를 분석한다.
⑥ 그녀의 결과는 더 큰 수업에서 학생당 더 많은 부정행위가 발생한다는 것을 보여준다.
⑦ 그러므로 그 자료는 명백히 그 연구자의 연구 가설을 지지한다.
⑧ 그러나 며칠 후에 한 동료가 그녀의 연구에서 모든 작은 수업은 단답형과 서술형 시험을 사용한 반면, 모든 큰 수업은 선다형 시험을 사용했다는 것을 지적한다.
⑨ 그 연구자는 즉각 외부 변인(시험 형식)이 독립 변인(수업 크기)을 간섭하고 있고, 그녀의 자료에서 한 원인으로 작용하고 있을지도 모른다는 것을 깨닫는다.
⑩ 그녀의 연구 가설에 대한 명백한 지지는 가공물에 불과할 수도 있다.
⑪ 아마도 진짜 영향은 더 많은 부정행위가 수업 크기와는 관계없이 서술형 시험에서보다 선다형 시험에서 발생했다는 것이다.
1962-4345
23


Six months ago, 55-year-old Billy Ray Harris was homeless.

He lived on a street corner in Kansas City, holding out a cup and asking passersby for spare change.


But then, one day, his life changed.

In February, Sarah Darling passed Harris at his usual spot and dropped some change into his cup.


But she also accidentally dropped in her engagement ring.

Though Harris considered selling the ring — he got it appraised for $4,000 — a few days later, he returned the ring to Darling.



"I am not trying to say that I am a saint, but I am no devil either," he said at the time.



As a way to say thank you, Darling gave Harris all the cash she had with her.


Then her husband, Bill Krejci, launched a Give Forward page to collect money for Harris.

As of mid-morning Tuesday, close to $152,000 had been donated.

Over the weekend, he spoke with Harris about what he's planning to do with the donations, and knew that he had a very solid plan of making it happen.



The fund raised far more than any of them expected — in just three months, people donated more than $190,000.


Harris talked to a lawyer, who helped him put the money in a trust.

Since then, he's been able to buy a car and even put money down on a house, which he's fixing up himself.



And that's not all: After he appeared on TV, his family members who had been searching for him for 16 years were able to find him.



They were happily reunited, and Harris is now working on his relationship with them.

And the Kansas City community hasn't forgotten about Harris and his good deed.

"I still see some of the same people," he says, "but only now, instead of coming up and giving me change, they're coming up shaking my hand and saying, 'Hey, good job'."




Since the fateful day that Darling's ring landed in his cup, Harris's life has turned completely around.


"I want to thank all the people that helped me out," he says.

appraised  ①~의 평가하다 ②판단하다
cash  ①현금 ②돈
engagement  ①참여 ②연대
passersby  통행인
deed  ①행위 ②행동
fateful  ①불길한 ②운명을 결정하는
reunited  ①재통합시키다 ②재회시키다
Frequent Word
change city cup donated dropped happen helped life money months passed say says thank
Controlling Idea
ways / reasons / importance / negetive effects / positive effects / origin / difference / difficulty / facts / misunderstandings / etc /
G=Code
콤잉 hold / holding
이디끝
앤피 dropping / dropped
later / latter 잉끝 Darling / Darled
콤잉 Darl / Darling 더명-
형전 햅빈피 had donated / had been donated
전왓 how / what 콤앤드병렬 전명-
형전
콤후 whose / who 동명동 put / to put
부전 down / down on 콤위치 it / they / which
주전 햅빈잉 had been searched / had been searching
콤앤드병렬
이디끝
긴전2 instead / instead of
전끝 around / around it
Phrase
▢ holding out
▢ some change into
▢ dropped in
▢ making it
▢ down on
▢ instead of
① 6개월 전에 55세의 Billy Ray Harris는 노숙자였다.
② 그는 Kansas City의 길모퉁이에서 컵을 들고 지나가는 사람에게 잔돈을 구걸하며 살았다.
③ 그러나 그러던 어느 날 그의 인생이 바뀌었다.
④ 2월에 Sarah Darling이 항상 그 자리에 있던 Harris를 지나갔고 약간의 잔돈을 그의 컵에 떨어뜨렸다.
⑤ 그러나 그녀는 또한 우연히도 그녀의 약혼반지까지 떨어뜨렸다.
⑥ 비록 Harris가 그 반지를 파는 것에 대해 생각했지만 ― 그는 그것을 4,000달러로 평가받았다 ― 며칠 후, 그는 그 반지를 Darling에게 돌려주었다.
⑦ "나는 내가 성자라고 말하려는 것은 아니지만, 나는 악마도 아닙니다"라고 그 때 그는 말했다.
⑧ 고맙다는 말을 하는 한 가지 방법으로 Darling은 Harris에게 그녀가 지니고 있던 현금 전부를 주었다.
⑨ 그리고 나서 그녀의 남편 Bill Krejci가 Harris를 위한 돈을 모금하기 위해 Give Forward 페이지를 시작하였다.
⑩ 화요일 오전 중간쯤에 거의 152,000달러가 기부되었다.
⑪ 주말 동안, 그는 Harris와 그 기부금을 가지고 하고자 계획하는 일에 대해 이야기를 나누었고 그가 그것을 실현시킬 매우 확고한 계획을 가지고 있다는 것을 알게 되었다.
⑫ 기금 관리 조직은 그들 중 누가 예상했던 것보다 훨씬 더 많은 기금을 모았다 ― 단 3개월 만에 사람들이 190,000달러 이상을 기부하였다.
⑬ Harris는 변호사와 이야기하였는데 그 변호사는 그가 그 돈을 신탁에 넣도록 도와주었다.
⑭ 그 때 이후로, 그는 차를 살 수 있게 되었고, 집에 돈(보증금)을 걸어 그 집을 그가 직접 고치고 있다.
⑮ 그리고 그것이 전부가 아니다: 그가 TV에 출연하고 난 후 16년 동안 그를 찾고 있었던 가족들이 그를 찾을 수 있었다.
⑯ 그들은 행복하게 재결합하였고 Harris는 이제 그들과의 관계를 위해 애쓰고 있다.
⑰ 그리고 Kansas City 지역 사회는 Harris와 그의 선행에 대해 잊지 않았다.
⑱ 그는 "나는 여전히 똑같은 사람 중 몇몇을 봅니다.
⑲ "라며, "하지만 단지 지금은 그들이 다가와서 나에게 잔돈을 주는 대신에, 다가와 악수를 하고 '이봐, 참 훌륭한 일을 했어'라고 말합니다"라고 말한다.
⑳ Darling의 반지가 그의 컵에 떨어졌던 그 운명의 날 이후로 Harris의 인생은 완전히 달라졌다.
㉑ "나는 나를 도와주었던 모든 사람에게 감사하고 싶습니다,"라고 그는 말한다.

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1 A carbon sink is a natural feature that absorbs or stores more carbon than it releases.

2 A scientific truth has little standing until it becomes a collective product.

3 A smile came over Ms・ Baker's face as she listened to Jean play.

4 According to the individualist form of rhetoric about science, still much used for certain purposes, discoveries are made in laboratories.

5 After leaving the military in 1947, he made his film debut in 1949, in The Last Days of Dolwyn.

6 After that, Jean practiced hard to be a good example to the beginners and her skills improved incredibly day after day.

7 Almost 3,000 miles away in Texas, water sloshed out of swimming pools.

8 Also, for the safety of our guests at this event, garden chemicals will not be used anywhere in Nature's Beauty Gardens.

9 Although prices in most retail outlets are set by the retailer, this does not mean that these prices do not adjust to market forces over time.

10 Although some are specifically trained to detect lies from facial expressions, the average person is often misled into believing false and manipulated facial emotions.

11 Although they do not change in the supermarket from hour to hour to reflect local variations in demand and supply, they do change over time to reflect the underlying conditions of the overall production of and demand for the goods in question.

12 Among the five countries, the largest difference in life expectancy between women and men is 6.75 years, predicted to be found in the Republic of Korea, and the smallest difference is 3.46 years, in Sweden.

13 An individual characteristic that moderates the relationship with behavior is self-efficacy, or a judgment of one's capability to accomplish a certain level of performance.

14 An introvert would enjoy reflecting on their thoughts, and thus would be far less likely to suffer from boredom without outside stimulation.

15 And if they did start to advance again, what exactly would we do?

16 And what effect did all this might have on Alaska's glaciers?

17 Any scientist who announces a so-called discovery at a press conference without first permitting expert reviewers to examine his or her claims is automatically castigated as a publicity seeker.

18 As for men, the Republic of Korea and Sweden will rank the first and the second highest, respectively, in life expectancy in the five countries.

19 At some point John asked him, Have you ever considered having a certain period of time when you simply don't answer the phone?Michael said, As a matter of fact, no, looking at him with a puzzled look.

20 Attention, rather than information, becomes the scarce resource, and those who can distinguish valuable information from background clutter gain power.

21 Behavioral economists ― the economists who actually study what people do as opposed to the kind who simply assume the human mind works like a calculator ― have shown again and again that people reject unfair offers even if it costs them money to do so.

22 Both Slovakian women and men will have the lowest life expectancy by gender among the five countries, with 82.92 and 76.98 years, respectively.

23 Burton was the first member of his family to go to secondary school.

24 But musicians and audiences in the early 1900s expected that most concert music they performed or heard would be at least a generation old, and they judged new music by the standards of the classics already enshrined in the repertoire.

25 By the turn of the twentieth century, the permanent repertoire of musical classics dominated almost every field of concert music, from piano, song, or chamber music recitals to operas and orchestral concerts.

26 By this accounting, there are no objective goals in novels, only the subjective goal of seeking the law that is necessarily created by the individual.

27 Carbon sinks have been able to absorb about half of this excess CO2, and the world's oceans have done the major part of that job.

28 Concerned about Jean idling around, Ms・ Baker decided to change her teaching method.

29 Engaging in acts that would be considered inconsequential in ordinary life also liberates us a bit, making it possible to explore our capabilities in a protected environment.

30 Even in the Internet age, the job search starts with identifying individual job skills, sector interests, and preferred workplace environment and interests.

31 Even in the latter case, they remain, at least partly, in an imaginary world.

32 Eventually, most men find they must be satisfied with any port in a storm.Sailors who select a port because they are driven to it have scarcely one chance in a thousand of dropping anchor in the right one.

33 Everything other than that is a waste of time, stressed Ms・ Baker, Jean's piano teacher, with a troubled look.

34 For example, Australians tend to endorse the Tall Poppy Syndrome.This saying suggests that any poppy that outgrows the others in a field will get cut down; in other words, any overachiever will eventually fail.

35 For example, an elementary school student should probably master principles of addition before moving to multiplication, because multiplication is an extension of addition.

36 For example, an introvert is far less likely to make a mistake in a social situation, such as inadvertently insulting another person whose opinion is not agreeable.

37 For one thing, nearly half the countries in the world are now democracies.

38 For these individuals, culture will have little or no impact on behavior.

39 He later confessed that he was having a great deal of trouble completing his tasks because of the volume of calls he was responding to.

40 He was born in 1925 in South Wales, the twelfth child of a poor miner.

41 Her love for Rita overpowered her fear and she leapt out through the same open space in the railing and plunged into the water.

42 His final film was an adaptation of George Orwell's famous novel, 1984.

43 However, I want you to help me as an assistant, said Ms・ Baker.

44 However, Jean complained quite often about practicing and slipped out of her sessions occasionally.

45 However, this price may be different from day to day or week to week.

46 Humans are so averse to feeling that they're being cheated that they often respond in ways that seemingly make little sense.

47 I'll manage somehow or other when the time comes for action.We are rather proud of our ability to meet emergencies.

48 If glaciers started re-forming, they have a great deal more water now to draw on ― Hudson Bay, the Great Lakes, the hundreds of thousands of lakes of Canada, none of which existed to fuel the last ice sheet ― so they would grow very much quicker.

49 If you learn how to open up just a little bit with your opinions and thoughts, you will be able to thrive in both worlds.

50 If, for example, bad weather leads to a poor potato crop, then the price that supermarkets have to pay to their wholesalers for potatoes will go up and this will be reflected in the prices they mark on potatoes in their stores.

51 Immediately, Michael bellowed, That disgusting phone never stops ringing.He then proceeded to pick it up and engage in a fifteen-minute conversation while John waited.

52 In 1964, the largest earthquake ever recorded in North America rocked Alaska with 200,000 megatons of concentrated might, the equivalent of 2,000 nuclear bombs.

53 In contrast to literature or film, it leads to 'real', tangible worlds, while nevertheless remaining tied to the sphere of fantasies, dreams, wishes ― and myth.

54 In each of the five selected countries, it is predicted that the life expectancy of women will be higher than that of men.

55 In essence, concert halls and opera houses had become museums for displaying the musical artworks of the past two hundred years.

56 In other cases, knowledge of one topic may affect learning a second topic even though the first isn't a necessary condition for the second.

57 In some subject areas, topics build on one another in a hierarchical fashion, so that a learner must almost certainly master one topic before moving to the next.

58 In such circumstances, diplomacy aimed at public opinion can become as important to outcomes as traditional classified diplomatic communications among leaders.

59 In the case of women, life expectancy in the Republic of Korea is expected to be the highest among the five countries, followed by that in Austria.

60 In the eighteenth century, performers and listeners demanded new music all the time, and ancient music included anything written more than twenty years earlier.

61 In these situations, the problem is often not the lack of effective natural enemies but management practices and a lack of concerted research on factors that determine the success or failure of importation attempts in the specific agro-ecosystem setting.

62 In this sense, rules create a problem that is artificial yet intelligible.

63 Information creates power, and today a much larger part of the world's population has access to that power.

64 Internet entrepreneurs are creating job-search products and bringing them online regularly.

65 Interviews and observations suggest that it is the high self-efficacy Australians who step outside this culturally prescribed behavior to actually achieve beyond average.

66 It appears that respecting the rules not only preserves sport but also makes room for the creation of excellence and the emergence of meaning.

67 It is precisely the artificiality created by the rules, the distinctive problem to be solved, that gives sport its special meaning.

68 It is therefore very important to check the garden for potential dangers.

69 It is too easy to drift through school and college, taking the traditional, conventional studies that others take, following the lines of least resistance, electing snap courses, and going with the crowd.

70 It is too easy to take the attitude: First I will get my education and develop myself, and then I will know better what I am fitted to do for a life work.And so we drift, driven by the winds of circumstance, tossed about by the waves of tradition and custom.

71 It is well-known that he had a powerful voice overwhelming the camera, the microphone, and all the intimacy of film acting.

72 It should be noted, though, that no development in the Internet job age has reduced the importance of the most basic job search skill: self-knowledge.

73 It turned out that this simple suggestion helped Michael not only to relax, but to get more work done as well.

74 It was located along the edge of a lake and featured a wooden boardwalk which was built along the shore.

75 It would be wrong to suppose that such beliefs are not sincerely held, yet almost nobody thinks they can provide a basis for action in public contexts.

76 Its mass of plants and other organic material absorb and store tons of carbon.

77 Job mastery will mean keeping up with the rapidly evolving tools available on the Internet.

78 John was once in the office of a manager, Michael, when the phone rang.

79 Knowledge of French isn't essential for learning Spanish, yet knowing French can help with Spanish because many words are similar in the two languages.

80 Like many people, he didn't need hours of uninterrupted time, but he did need some!

81 Living composers increasingly found themselves in competition with the music of the past.

82 Managers of each department must make sure that all dangerous equipment and machinery are safely stored.

83 Many people offer an equal split to the partner, leaving both individuals happy and willing to trust each other in the future.

84 Moreover, they speak for themselves, or at least they speak too powerfully and too insistently for prejudiced humans to silence them.

85 Ms・ Baker was convinced by Jean's improvement that her new teaching method was a success.

86 Next Monday, Nature's Beauty Gardens will have the pleasure of hosting very important guests for the annual Toddler Trek event.

87 On any particular day we find that all products have a specific price ticket on them.

88 On the other hand, this approach has met with limited success for major pests of row crops or other ephemeral systems.

89 Once in the water, Princess quickly found Rita and slowly dragged her to the shore to her grateful mother.

90 One neural system is under voluntary control and the other works under involuntary control.

91 One person in a pair is given some money ― say $10.

92 One reason for this is that we are two-faced.By this I mean that we have two different neural systems that manipulate our facial muscles.

93 Only within the rules of the game of, say, basketball or baseball do the activities of jump shooting and fielding ground balls make sense and take on value.

94 Parents and children are going to spend time enjoying outdoor activities and having a picnic lunch.

95 People who have a high sense of self-efficacy tend to pursue challenging goals that may be outside the reach of the average person.

96 People with a strong sense of self-efficacy, therefore, may be more willing to step outside the culturally prescribed behaviors to attempt tasks or goals for which success is viewed as improbable by the majority of social actors in a setting.

97 Princess had a fear of water that was so extreme that she couldn't even touch the water.

98 Princess' fears stemmed from her puppyhood when she almost drowned twice.

99 Princess, a solid Boxer, had been given to Rita when she was ten weeks old, and Rita immediately bonded with her, petting her, feeding her, teaching her basic commands, and letting her sleep on Rita's bed.

100 Promoting attractive images of one's country is not new, but the conditions for trying to create soft power have changed dramatically in recent years.

101 Richard Bolles' best selling job search book, first published in 1970, had as its central theme the self-inventory of skills and workplace preferences.

102 Richard Burton was a highly regarded Welsh actor of stage and screen.

103 Richard Burton went on to become a praised actor of stage and screen, who was nominated for an Academy Award seven times, but never won an Oscar.

104 Rules can be thought of as formal types of game cues.

105 She had a chance one late afternoon when Rita's mother took them to a shopping mall.

106 She let out a scream of pain and fear as she fell into the water.

107 She stood there staring at the water ― the one thing that had nearly taken her life.

108 She then continued to cry for help and struggle to get out.

109 She then has the opportunity to offer some amount of it to her partner.

110 Similarly, a medical student must have expertise in human anatomy before studying surgical techniques: It's difficult to perform an appendectomy if you can't find the appendix.

111 Since the Industrial Revolution began in the eighteenth century, CO2 released during industrial processes has greatly increased the proportion of carbon in the atmosphere.

112 So we do not plan and take precautions to prevent emergencies from arising.

113 Suddenly, a boy riding a bicycle slipped on the damp wooden surface, hitting Rita at an angle, which propelled her through an open section of the guard rail.

114 Technological advances have led to a dramatic reduction in the cost of processing and transmitting information.

115 Thank you for your cooperation in this safety check and for helping to make this year's Toddler Trek event the best one yet.

116 That is why getting a basketball through a hoop while not using a ladder or pitching a baseball across home plate while standing a certain distance away becomes an important human project.

117 The distinctions between crime and heroism, therefore, or between madness and wisdom, become purely subjective ones in a novel, judged by the quality or complexity of the individual's consciousness.

118 The emotion that you see is the emotion they are feeling, since they have lost the needed voluntary control to produce false facial expressions.

119 The myth is thus transmitted in a much more powerful way than by television, movies or books.

120 The norms of scientific communication presuppose that nature does not speak unambiguously, and that knowledge isn't knowledge unless it has been authorized by disciplinary specialists.

121 The novel, Georg Lukács argues, seeks, by giving form, to uncover and construct the concealed totality of life in the interiorized life story of its heroes.

122 The only risk that you will face as an introvert is that people who do not know you may think that you are aloof or that you think you are better than them.

123 The only time they were apart was when Rita was learning to swim.

124 The price that the farmer gets from the wholesaler is much more flexible from day to day than the price that the retailer charges consumers.

125 The quake devastated 24,000 square miles of wilderness, much of it glaciated.

126 The repertoire varied according to the performing medium and from region to region, but the core was largely the same throughout most of Europe and the Americas, including operas and operatic excerpts from Mozart through Verdi, Wagner, and Bizet; orchestral and chamber music from Haydn through the late Romantics; and keyboard music by J・ S・ Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, and prominent nineteenth-century composers.

127 The result is an explosion of information, and that has produced a paradox of plenty.Plentiful information leads to scarcity of attention.

128 The table above displays the life expectancy at birth in 2030 for five selected countries.

129 The term biological control has been used, at times, in a broad context to cover a full spectrum of biological organisms and biologically based products.

130 The typical plot of the novel is the protagonist's quest for authority within, therefore, when that authority can no longer be discovered outside.

131 The value of carbon sinks is that they can help create equilibrium in the atmosphere by removing excess CO2.

132 Their notions of untouched nature and friendly, innocent indigenous people will probably be confirmed.

133 Then, he attended Oxford University and later joined the British air force during wartime.

134 Theorists of the novel commonly define the genre as a biographical form that came to prominence in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to establish the individual character as a replacement for traditional sources of cultural authority.

135 There are also clinical cases that show the flip side of this coin.

136 There are reported cases of individuals who have damaged the neural system that controls voluntary expressions.

137 There is a considerable difference as to whether people watch a film about the Himalayas on television and become excited by the 'untouched nature' of the majestic mountain peaks, or whether they get up and go on a trek to Nepal.

138 There's no room for negotiation; that's why it's called the ultimatum game.

139 These early traumas made water the only thing that Princess truly feared.

140 These importation successes have been limited largely to certain types of ecosystems and/or pest situations such as introduced pests in perennial ecosystems.

141 These people have injured the system that controls their involuntary expressions, so that the only changes in their demeanor you will see are actually willed expressions.

142 They absorb about one-fourth of humans' industrial carbon emissions, doing half the work of all Earth's carbon sinks combined.

143 They are the product of inspired patience, of skilled hands and an inquiring but unbiased mind.

144 They combined individuality and innovation with emulation of the past, seeking to write music that would be considered original and worthy of performance alongside the masterworks of earlier times.

145 They experience moments that they have already seen at home in books, brochures and films.

146 They still have facial expressions, but are incapable of producing deceitful ones.

147 They tell us the structure of the test, that is, what should be accomplished and how we should accomplish it.

148 This has been spectacularly successful in many instances, with a number of pest problems permanently resolved by importation and successful establishment of natural enemies.

149 This is the great theme of modern music in the classical tradition, especially in the first half of the century: in competing with past composers for the attention of performers and listeners who loved the classical masterworks, living composers sought to secure a place for themselves by offering something new and distinctive while continuing the tradition.

150 This self-inventory continues to be the starting point for any job search today no matter what the Internet technology involved.

151 Thus, importation programs, to date, are largely a matter of trial and error based on experience of the individual specialists involved.

152 Thus, these prices do reflect the interaction of demand and supply in the wider marketplace for potatoes.

153 Tourism takes place simultaneously in the realm of the imagination and that of the physical world.

154 Upon hearing Rita's cry, her mother rushed to the railing, shouting for help, from the entrance of the store a hundred feet or so away.

155 Vertical transfer refers to such situations: A learner acquires new knowledge or skills by building on more basic information and procedures.

156 We hope that this will be fun, educational, and most importantly safe for the toddlers.

157 What happens in somebody's laboratory is only one stage in its construction.

158 When knowledge of the first topic is helpful but not essential to learning the second one, lateral transfer is occurring.

159 When people are overwhelmed with the volume of information confronting them, they have difficulty knowing what to focus on.

160 When she came close to a body of water, she would try to pull back and seemed emotionally distressed.

161 While being an introvert comes with its challenges, it definitely has its advantages as well.

162 While her mother headed to a store, Rita and Princess began to play on the boardwalk.

163 Within the past few years, new Internet-based businesses have come online that help people find internships, complete online classes tailored to individual employer job applications, or find volunteer work that will lead to full-time employment.

164 You can then stay true to your personality without appearing to be antisocial.

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1 A few months later, the bell rang at her new home.

2 A more precise statement might be Johnny failed his last two math exams.

3 A short while later, he realized that he had been caught by an illusion.

4 A wider handle, for example, may have been requested to prevent the razor from slipping out of the user's hand while shaving.

5 Adolescents, adults, and old people all report that their worst experiences have taken place in solitude.

6 After a transaction the fei might remain on a previous owner's land, but it was understood who owned what.

7 After the broad question opens the conversation and begins to build rapport, the artful questioner builds on the responses and increases his understanding of the information being transferred.

8 All the weird thoughts she'd had, and what a beautiful gift she'd received!

9 Although a wider handle may be helpful in solving the problem, a better option might be a regular-size handle with a ribbed, rubberized grip.

10 Although sound that humans can sense is usually carried through these media, vibrations can also travel through soil, including rocks.

11 Although this type of feedback may be appropriate in certain situations, accepting specifications as customer inputs inherently prevents engineers and designers from using their creative skills to devise breakthrough products and services.

12 As essayist Nassim Taleb resolved to do something about the stubborn extra pounds he'd been carrying, he considered taking up various sports.

13 As we all know, even the best-laid plans can go astray.

14 As with the swimmers' bodies, beauty is a factor for selection and not the result.

15 At night, when the surface of the earth cools, the cloud-producing process cuts off.

16 Because of this, large animals such as elephants are more likely than small animals to use vibrations in the soil for communication.

17 Because the stones were heavy, the islanders didn't normally carry their money around with them.

18 Before the Internet, most professional occupations required a large body of knowledge, accumulated over years or even decades of experience.

19 Broad, open-ended questions show your interest in the other person's situation.

20 But it is not the cosmetics that make these women model-like.

21 But many of us still find something soothing and satisfying about handling physical objects.

22 But now anyone with good critical thinking skills and the ability to focus on the important information can retrieve it on demand from the Internet instead of from his own memory.

23 But that stone was still used as currency, even though it was unseen and irretrievable beneath hundreds of feet of water.

24 But the most depressing condition is not that of working or watching TV alone; the worst moods are reported when one is alone and there is nothing that needs to be done.

25 But these are simply evaluations that may be incorrect or, if at least partly accurate, may change over time.

26 But what is one to do Sunday morning after breakfast, after having browsed through the papers?

27 By accepting this input from customers, companies assume that the customer knows the best solution―which is often not the case.

28 Carefully holding onto the railing, he started down into the blackness.

29 Carol had picked out the flowers for her wedding bouquet in person, with thought for the meaning of each one.

30 Carol opened the door to find that same stranger on her porch.

31 Carol thanked her and began to reach for it, when the woman added, Do you mind if I keep it?

32 Clouds are formed when moist air is carried upward by warm air currents rising from the earth's surface during the day.

33 Computer-based digital archives are more efficient in terms of storage space, and generally quicker in terms of retrieval.

34 Cultures of honor tend to take root in highlands and other marginally fertile areas.

35 Customers often focus on product specifications, giving interviewers detailed instructions on particular design characteristics: size, weight, color, shape, look, or feel.

36 Farmers also don't have to worry that their livelihood will be stolen in the night, because crops can't easily be stolen.

37 For example, one of the most damaging strategies in taking a test is that of spending too long on a given problem.

38 For example, when you say, Johnny is a failure, the verb is implies that failure is in Johnny rather than in your observation of Johnny.

39 For instance, he might ask, What aspects of your order system would you like to have more control over?

40 For instance, it requires more energy to make water vibrate than to vibrate air, and it requires a great deal of energy to make soil vibrate.

41 For many, the lack of structure of those hours is devastating.

42 For people in our studies who live by themselves, Sunday mornings are the lowest part of the week, because with no demands on attention, they are unable to decide what to do.

43 Furness was told one family's fei had been lost at sea many years earlier while being transported from a nearby island during a storm.

44 He could feel his heart slow and then begin to beat faster.

45 He entered Westminster School at the age of thirteen, and from there went to Oxford, where some of the best scientists in England were working at the time.

46 He has to be willing to fight in response to even the slightest challenge to his reputation―and that's what a culture of honor means.

47 He then builds on that response by asking a question using the most important words in the answer―control and order system.

48 He was the one who first used the term cell for describing biological organisms.

49 He's under constant threat of ruin through the loss of his animals.

50 His voice bounced against the stone walls, echoing weirdly through the stairwell.

51 Hooke devised a compound microscope with a new, screw-operated focusing mechanism he designed.

52 Hooke impressed them with his skills at designing experiments and building equipment, and soon became an assistant to the chemist Robert Boyle.

53 How well an employee can focus might now be more important than how knowledgeable he is.

54 However, those with wandering minds, who might once have been able to focus by isolating themselves with their work, now often find they must do their work with the Internet, which simultaneously furnishes a wide range of unrelated information about their friends' doings, celebrity news, and millions of other sources of distraction.

55 Humans usually experience sound as the result of vibrations in air or water.

56 I fear that I have brought some traces of storm and rain into your room, the man said, raising his golden glasses to his eyes.

57 I have a wedding gift for you, the woman said, and held out a small flowerpot crowded with leaves.

58 I took it home and made a cutting and planted it for you.

59 If a given strategy or allocation of resources does not succeed, then you must be ready to change to another plan or set other priorities for resource allocation.

60 If we do more as a result of better managing our time, we just become busier.

61 If you break a commitment made in a negotiation, you can be sure that you will not get the opportunity to negotiate with that particular party again.

62 If you increase people's awareness of time—by placing a big clock in front of them—they do more stuff.

63 If you make a commitment in a negotiation, you have to uphold it, even if you know it was a bad decision on your part.

64 If you're frustrated by the market and you're looking for a currency that can stand the test of time, look no further.

65 Imagine this notion propagated through a large group of dozens or hundreds of people, and throughout every syllable of the song―a sort of group consciousness emerges in which no single member of the group can be said to know the song, but the group itself does.

66 In 1665 Hooke wrote Micrographia, a book describing observations made with microscopes and telescopes, which was a big bestseller at that time.

67 In 1903 an American anthropologist named Henry Furness III visited the islanders and found they had an unusual system of currency.

68 In a large group, no one has to be able to recollect the entire song.

69 In addition, the speed at which sound travels depends on the density of the medium which it is traveling through.

70 In our infinite world, we will never be able to get on top of everything.

71 In the Caroline Islands in the South Pacific, there's an island named Yap (or Uap).

72 In the distance below, he saw the wavering beam of a flashlight moving up the stairs.

73 In the medium itself, there is nothing that carries a clue to the message.

74 In this study, the respondents' memories were surveyed a week after the attacks, again a year later, and then again three years and ten years later.

75 It consisted of carved stone wheels called fei, ranging in diameter from a foot to 12 feet.

76 It is therefore important that you keep in mind the possibility of plans going wrong, and maintain flexibility in your plans.

77 It makes sense that by getting more done, we'd feel more in control.

78 It's still growing, and I remember my wedding day every time I see it, she said.

79 It's the ivy you dropped at your wedding, the woman explained.

80 Jack could see that his face was pale and his eyes heavy, like those of a man who is weighed down with some great anxiety.

81 Judd stood in front of the elevator, the wave of darkness licking at him like a physical force.

82 Just as you have to know when and how to start a problem, you also have to know when and how to stop.

83 Just one person singing the first syllable of a word can trigger a recollection in another group member to bring the second syllable of that same word, which in turn can cue a group of people to that whole word and the next three words after it.

84 Keep it, she said with a smile, and congratulated herself for being gracious in the face of a rather odd request.

85 Knowledge was once an internal property, and focus on the task at hand could be imposed externally; with the Internet, knowledge can be supplied externally but focus must be achieved internally.

86 Memory is multidimensional, and our memories for objects are based on multiple attributes.

87 Microsoft senior research fellow Malcolm Slaney and Cambridge University professor Jason Rentfrow advocated dispensing with physical copies of documents and mail, and all the filing, sorting, and locating that they entail.

88 Midway through her wedding reception, she found herself happy, chatting with friends and juggling a full champagne glass and her flowers.

89 More than that, it's one of the great fantasies of time management: If you get more organized, you will get on top.

90 Moving slowly and cautiously, he felt his way toward the door that led to the stairwell.

91 My daughter and I anticipate that, between the two families, about fifty couples will need accommodations for the night of May 20.

92 National tragedies create what psychologists call flashbulb memories, named for the vivid images that we retain: where we were when we got the news, how we learned it, how we felt, what we did.

93 Now, I try to plant some for other brides when I can.

94 Occasionally, you may find that a problem you had thought you could solve in a reasonable amount of time is taking much longer than you had anticipated.

95 On your own, you might get stuck after the first line of the song.

96 Once you have made a decision, you have to be able to live with it.

97 Our computer salesperson might have a client who says, I need more control over our order system.

98 People are more happy, alert, and cheerful if there are others present, compared to how they feel alone, whether they are working on an assembly line or watching television.

99 Physical objects tend to look different from one another in a way that computer files don't.

100 Punctuation marks, which were used differently from one scribe to another in the manuscript era, became part of the standardized, rule-bound system of the printed page.

101 Quite simply, the models are born attractive, and only for this reason are they candidates for cosmetics advertising.

102 Razor users may request a wider handle or a lighter weight or a shiny look.

103 Respondents' most emotional memories of their personal details at the time they learned of the attacks are also those of which they are most confident and, paradoxically, the ones that have most changed over the years relative to other memories about 9/11.

104 Robert Hooke was born on July 18, 1635 on the Isle of Wight, England.

105 She turned to see a woman she had met only briefly, a friend of her mother-in-law.

106 She was leaving on her honeymoon in the morning and certainly wouldn't take the bouquet along.

107 Similarly, female models advertise cosmetics and thus, many female consumers believe that these products make them beautiful.

108 Singing with a single friend, your companion might remember the first word of the second line and that keeps you going for another few words, but then neither of you can remember the third line just now.

109 So he has to be aggressive: he has to make it clear, through his words and deeds, that he is not weak.

110 So much so that if you looked at the digital representation of any of these, you would not even know that those zeros and ones were representing images rather than text or music.

111 Something extraordinary from a cognitive perspective happens when a group starts to sing together.

112 Sometimes it is painful to fulfill a commitment, but it is more painful and can be fatal to lose business because you failed to fulfill a commitment.

113 Sometimes the best decision is just to give up and to move on.

114 Taleb calls the confusions like the cases above the swimmer's body illusion.

115 The Smalltown Art Museum grounds will be the site of both the ceremony and the reception.

116 The communications scholar Walter Ong has shown how printing converted the word into a visual object precisely located in space: Alphabet letterpress printing, in which each letter was cast on a separate piece of metal, or type, marked a psychological breakthrough of the first order.

117 The existing clouds continue to evaporate, but they are not replaced by new ones.

118 The man who entered was young, well-groomed, and trimly dressed, with something of refinement and delicacy in his bearing.

119 The rest of the week psychic energy is directed by external routines.

120 The same 0s and 1s on your computer that render junk mail also render the magnificent beauty of Mahler's fifth symphony or Monet's Water Lilies.

121 The streaming umbrella, which he held in his hand, and his long shining waterproof told of the fierce weather through which he had come.

122 The survival of a farmer relies on the cooperation of others in the community.

123 The theory of E-prime argues that if you wrote and spoke English without the verb to be, you'd describe events more accurately.

124 The verb to be (in forms such as is, are, and am) also implies permanence; the implication is that because failure is in Johnny, it will always be there; Johnny will always be a failure.

125 Then the music started up, and she danced off in the crowd.

126 There have been numerous studies of this phenomenon, including surveys of fifteen hundred Americans' memories of the September 11 attacks.

127 There were blue irises, white roses, and strands of green ivy.

128 These clouds are very short-lived, though, and they usually disappear within minutes after they are formed as their water droplets mix with drier air and evaporate.

129 These memories are thought to be unforgettable, and it is true that the broad outlines of such catastrophes, thoroughly reported in the media, are well remembered, but your memory of your personal circumstances surrounding the events may not necessarily be precise.

130 They are much more powerful than closed questions that require a simple answer such as yes or no or a specific piece of information.

131 They often start with Tell me, how, who, what, or why.

132 Think about how much work you get done on the day before vacation.

133 Think back to your experience with file folders, the physical kind.

134 This fell out of your bouquet when you were on the dance floor, she said.

135 Thus, during the daytime, clouds are continually being formed and then evaporated.

136 Thus, sound can travel through a variety of substances with different densities, and the physical characteristics of the medium through which the sound travels have a major influence on how the sound can be used.

137 Thus, the use of vibrations in communication depends on the ability of the sender to make a substance vibrate.

138 Typography made text into a thing, a material object with known dimensions and fixed locations.

139 We are wondering if you will be able to accommodate our guests for that night and offer them a significant discount.

140 We would appreciate a response by February 20, as we will be printing and mailing invitations soon thereafter.

141 We would like to be able to recommend a quality hotel like Golden Serenity to our guests.

142 When the client responds, he builds his next question around the response to that question, and so on.

143 When this air reaches high altitudes where the temperature and air pressure are lower than at the earth's surface, the moisture comes out of the rising air and forms the water droplets we see as clouds.

144 When we complete more tasks, more take their place—send more e-mails, get more replies.

145 When you say, for example, I'm not good at public speaking or I'm unpopular or I'm lazy, you imply that these qualities are in you.

146 With the invention of typography, spacing and punctuation solidified from gap and gesture to physical artifact.

147 Writing moves words from the sound world to the world of visual space, but print locks words into position in this space.

148 Years ago, at her own wedding, someone had done the same for her.

149 You can always go back and ask to renegotiate a deal or issue, but you have to maintain your commitment if renegotiation is not possible or is unsuccessful.

150 You might have had an old beat-up one that didn't look like the others and that—quite apart from what was inside it or written on it—evoked your memories of what was in it.

151 You probably raise goats or sheep, and the kind of culture that grows up around being a herdsman is very different from the culture that grows up around growing crops.

152 Your coat may rest here on the hook and will be dry shortly, he said.

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1 A better approach was to run ads asking, Wouldn't it be nice to get to your child's practice on time for once?

2 A business incubator is, quite simply, a building that is divided into units of space, which are then leased to early‒stage small businesses.

3 A few years ago I was involved in a campaign for a bill to fund an extra lane for a local freeway.

4 A key point is that individuals are by no means always accurate on this issue.

5 A year later, I checked in on these women from the weight‒loss study, Oettingen writes in the New York Times, and the more positively women had imagined themselves in these scenarios, the fewer pounds they had lost.

6 According to Dr. Paul Ekman, a pioneer of lying research at UC San Francisco, here is an example of how difficult it is for children to grasp the qualifying role of intent in telling a lie.

7 After attending public schools in Missoula, Jeannette majored in biology at the University of Montana and graduated in 1902.

8 Also, there are no federal filtration or disinfection requirements for bottled water, as there are for tap water.

9 Also, though it is true that the overall use of energy is reduced during sleep, as compared with the active waking state, there is almost as much reduction in energy use from just resting quietly.

10 Although the FDA sets regulations specifically for bottled water to ensure that it is safe, the Environmental Protection Agency's standards for tap water are actually higher.

11 Although these simple statements provide some indication as to what customers are looking for, they have one major drawback.

12 Amy later felt partly responsible for Linda's depression because she hadn't insisted that Linda visit.

13 An eight‒year‒old boy named Glenn and his older brother had the job of coming to school early each day so that they could use kerosene to start the fire and warm the classroom.

14 An initial examination of a large corpus revealed surprising repetitiveness in both the object of the compliments and the lexical items used to describe them.

15 And you can be mean by refusing to show involvement―cutting her off―or by imposing―being inconsiderate.

16 As the above study and others of Oettingen's found, positive thinking makes people feel comfortable with their present state.

17 Being polite by not imposing, and respecting Linda's need for independence, Amy said it was really okay if Linda didn't come.

18 Both of us quiet, I put Lucy's Mickey Mouse pajamas on her.

19 Business incubators are not intended to provide permanent homes to their client businesses but rather to provide them with a temporary nurturing environment, until such time as the business is financially healthy.

20 But bottled water costs 80 cents to $4.00 per gallon, while tap water costs only pennies per day.

21 But decades of research on public opinion have led to the conclusion that self‒interest is a weak predictor of policy preferences.

22 By virtue of the fact that they are socially accepted, it is reasonable to assume that students who get along with their peers will also have access to peer resources that can promote the development of social and academic competencies.

23 Compared with paper, screens may also drain more of our mental resources while we are reading and make it a little harder to remember what we read when we are done.

24 Courbet broke with this tradition and provided art history with its first public scandal with the painting Burial at Ornans.

25 Customers' needs are usually expressed as high‒level descriptions of the overall quality of a product or service.

26 Despite all the increasingly user‒friendly and popular technology, most studies published since the early 1990s confirm earlier conclusions: paper still has advantages over screens as a reading medium.

27 Directed attention tends to be tiring, however, and fatigue affects our ability to make good decisions and control destructive impulses.

28 Dreaming of the future can drain you of the energy you need to take action in pursuit of your goals, she says.

29 Each day they asked him for a delay, praying that their son's legs would somehow heal and he would become well again.

30 Each of the businesses has problems and needs that are similar, and each is in need of a variety of help, ranging from technical assistance to shared business opportunities to a simple pat on the back.

31 E‒readers also fail to recreate certain tactile experiences of reading on paper, the absence of which some find unsettling.

32 For example, Roger Ulrich at Texas A&M University found that people who commuted along scenic roads recovered more quickly from stressful driving conditions than those who saw billboards, buildings, and parking lots.

33 For example, bottled water is permitted to contain certain amounts of any bacteria.

34 For example, if someone has suffered a misfortune―failed an exam, lost a job, or contracted a disease―you may show sympathy by expressing your concern in words or by deliberately not mentioning it to avoid causing pain by bringing it up.

35 For example, there are several species of birds in which the parents will ignore their own offspring if they are put outside their nest.

36 For instance, customers commonly say they want a product or service to be reliable, effective, robust, dependable, or resilient.

37 For two months, the parents and the doctor debated on whether to amputate.

38 Glenn Cunningham, who was known as the World's Fastest Human Being, and was named athlete of the century at Madison Square Garden.

39 Having positive relationships with peers can lead directly to resources and information that help students learn.

40 He concluded that the power of two animals pulling a coach did not equal twice the power of a single horse.

41 He had several men pull a rope and measured the force applied by each individual.

42 Her long career was distinguished by her deep commitment to the country's women, poor, and children.

43 His mind was filled with all manner of possible horrors and disasters.

44 How can the body play any role in our understanding what a tree is?

45 However, if a cuckoo or other bird deposits an egg inside their nest, they will look after the bird when it hatches as if it were their own.

46 However, students provide each other with valuable resources necessary to accomplish academic tasks.

47 However, they never sought to simply imitate reality since that would have been easier with photography, which had just recently been invented.

48 I breathed in the clean smell of her hair, feeling blonde curls tickle my chin.

49 I wanted to yell for my husband, a neighbor, anyone to come see what my daughter was doing for the first time.

50 If engineers faced the task of making a razor more durable, would they try to make the blade last longer, resist bending, or withstand constant moisture?

51 If everyone takes the latter approach, silence becomes a chamber in which the ill, the bereaved and the unemployed are isolated.

52 If you are a dove, you probably think they are strong and will not be easily persuaded.

53 If you are a hawk in your attitude toward other nations, you probably think they are relatively weak and likely to submit to your country's will.

54 If you dislike any of these things, you probably believe that its risks are high and its benefits negligible.

55 If you like the current health policy, you believe its benefits are substantial and its costs more manageable than the costs of alternatives.

56 Imagine looking back on a life of worry about the unlikely.

57 In 1917, she became one of 49 members of Congress who voted against entry into World War I.

58 In 1941, she was the only legislator to vote against entry into World War II.

59 In 1943, Jeannette went back to Montana rather than run for Congress again.

60 In a study of complimenting behavior in American English, researchers discovered that one of the most striking features of compliments in American English is the almost total lack of originality.

61 In experientialism, the body is seen as playing a decisive role in producing the kind of mind we have.

62 In other words, the kind of body humans have influences the kind of mind they have.

63 In particular, artists chose motifs taken from industrial and rural worlds of life and labor.

64 In the study, the participants used positive thinking―imagining themselves reaching their goals―as a motivator.

65 In this way, categories of mind are defined by the body's interaction with the environment.

66 Indeed, many small mammals living in cold climates, who lose heat easily by having an unfavorable surface area to body weight ratio, tend to sleep a lot, often in insulating burrows.

67 Instead, painters like Gustave Courbet, Adolf von Menzel, Jean‒François Millet, and Honoré Daumier wanted to illustrate social conditions within their art.

68 It occurs among rowers, but not in relay races, because here, individual contributions are evident.

69 It occurs when individual performance is not directly visible; it blends into the group effort.

70 It portrayed an ordinary funeral and the rural mourners on a monumental scale, challenging the accepted norms of the art establishment at that time.

71 It usually contains fluoride, along with other minerals―such as calcium and iron―that are beneficial to the body.

72 It would be a life spoiled by anxiety about things, the vast majority of which never happened.

73 Jeannette became the first woman elected to the U.S. Congress in 1916, before women nationwide had the right to vote.

74 Linda was planning to visit Amy in a distant city, but shortly before she was supposed to arrive, Linda called and canceled.

75 Linda was very depressed at that time, and she got more depressed.

76 Little hands, little everything, pulled me to her, and she pressed her cheek to mine.

77 Looking at nature is another activity that gives our directed attention a chance to recover.

78 Many political scientists used to assume that people vote selfishly, choosing the candidate or policy that will benefit them the most.

79 Maximilian Ringelmann, a French engineer, studied the performance of horses in 1913.

80 New York University psychologist Gabriele Oettingen studied women enrolled in a weight‒reduction program trying to lose a few pounds.

81 On average, if two people were pulling together, each invested just 93 percent of his individual strength, when three pulled together, it was 85 percent, and with eight people, just 49 percent.

82 On closer investigation, it was discovered that regularities exist on all levels and that compliments are in fact formulas.

83 On the way home from school on Tuesday, a dad promises his five‒year‒old son that he will take him to the baseball game on Saturday afternoon.

84 Once you allow yourself to worry about the unlikely, there is no end to worrying.

85 One cold morning someone mistakenly filled the kerosene container they used with gasoline, and disaster struck.

86 Parallel to new trends in the natural sciences and humanities, the realists focused on fact and perception, thus rejecting art that was based only on imaginary worlds.

87 Parents of children in public school are not more supportive of government aid to schools than other citizens, and young men subject to the draft are not more opposed to military escalation than men too old to be drafted.

88 People don't care about traffic unless they are stuck in it and missing their children's soccer practice.

89 Positive thinking fools our minds into perceiving that we've already attained our goal, slackening our readiness to pursue it.

90 Previously, these subjects had been handled at most in small, anecdotal genre paintings.

91 Probably folks might like the idea of that, but they won't necessarily bother to leave the house to go vote for it.

92 Quite simply, social loafing is a form of cheating of which we are all guilty even if it takes place unconsciously, just as it does with the horses.

93 Rather, people care about their groups, whether those be racial, regional, or political.

94 Razor users may want the product to be durable and strong.

95 She continued to participate in antiwar movements actively by attending rallies and giving speeches into her 90's.

96 Silent and somewhat still, she stood on the changing table as I held her close to zip her up.

97 Slowly recovering, Glenn finally threw away his crutches and began to walk almost normally.

98 Social loafing is rational behavior: Why invest all of your energy when half will do─especially when this little shortcut goes unnoticed?

99 Some studies on reptiles and amphibians indicate that they also sleep, and there are now strong indications of a sleep‒like state in some invertebrates, such as crayfish, fruit flies, and honey bees.

100 Students frequently clarify and interpret their teacher's instructions concerning what they should be doing and how they should do it, provide mutual assistance in the form of volunteering substantive information and answering questions, and share various supplies such as pencils and paper.

101 Suddenly, Lucy reached her arms around my neck, holding the back of my head tight between her arms.

102 Supposing a tree fell down, Pooh, when we were underneath it?

103 Supposing that..., What if..., and their variants are the hallmark of worry and anxiety.

104 Tackling existing problems is quite enough; do not waste energy and happiness on problems which do not exist.

105 Tap water, in contrast, cannot contain any of the dangerous bacteria.

106 Teachers play the central pedagogical function of transmitting knowledge and training students in academic subject areas.

107 That helped voters picture exactly how the expanded freeway would improve their lives.

108 The additional energy conservation in going from the resting state to sleep is minimal.

109 The aspect of tallness only makes sense with respect to our standard evaluation of the body's relative height.

110 The best way to restore directed attention is to give it a rest by shifting to the second type, involuntary attention, which we display when we meditate.

111 The chlorine used to treat tap water continues to kill harmful bacteria, while bottled water contains no such disinfectant to prevent bacterial growth.

112 The county wanted to run promotional ads for the bill promising to improve our roads and reduce commute time.

113 The dominance of conclusions over arguments is most pronounced where emotions are involved.

114 The first is the directed attention we call on for tasks that require focus, like driving or doing our taxes.

115 The little country schoolhouse was heated by an old‒fashioned coal stove.

116 The patients who could see trees from their hospital beds needed fewer painkillers and had shorter hospital stays than those who looked out on brick walls.

117 The political scientist Don Kinder summarizes the findings like this: In matters of public opinion, citizens seem to be asking themselves not 'What's in it for me?'

118 The psychologist Paul Slovic has proposed a theory in which people let their likes and dislikes determine their beliefs about the world.

119 The result is a collection of offices and small warehouses filled with businesses that have one thing in common: they are businesses in the early stages of development.

120 The toes on his left foot were almost completely burned off.

121 Therefore, unwittingly, Dad has given his child the message that he approves of breaking promises.

122 These observations suggest that individuals tend to regard any other animal living in their home as kin even if there is no close physical resemblance.

123 These resources can take the form of information and advice, modeled behavior, or specific experiences that facilitate learning.

124 They are imprecise statements open to interpretation and present designers, developers, and engineers with the impossible task of figuring out just what customers really mean by durable or strong.

125 They are typically stated as adjectives and inherently do not imply a specific benefit to the customer.

126 They had already lost one son, and now their other son was to lose his legs.

127 They never amputated Glenn's legs, but when the bandages were finally removed, it was discovered that his right leg was almost three inches shorter than the other.

128 They used this time to instill in Glenn the belief that he would someday walk again.

129 They're like the array of bumper stickers people put on their cars showing the political causes, universities, and sports teams they support.

130 This comes from how we experience our own bodies; namely, that we experience ourselves as being erect.

131 This confusion was easy to fall into and hard to climb out of because ways of showing caring and indifference are inherently ambiguous.

132 This determined young man kept running and running and running―and those legs that came so close to being amputated carried him to a world record in the mile run.

133 This may be particularly relevant for warm‒blooded animals (mammals and birds) that must expend a lot of energy to maintain a body temperature higher than that of their surroundings.

134 This suggests that they can recognize which members of their species are kin and which are not.

135 Though in unbearable pain, he forced himself to exercise daily and finally took a few painful steps.

136 Together, laboratory experiments, polls, and consumer reports indicate that digital devices prevent people from efficiently navigating long texts, which may subtly inhibit reading comprehension.

137 Upon reaching more predictable profitability, the incubated business can then be expected to graduate and move on to a typical office or warehouse building.

138 Using emotional language is a way to get your audience not only to understand your argument but also to feel it.

139 We have seen that individuals in many species are more likely to behave in an altruistic way when close relatives or kin will benefit than when only non‒relatives will gain.

140 We have two kinds of attention, says Andrea Faber Taylor, an environmental psychologist at the University of Illinois.

141 We held each other for a few seconds, my daughter standing on the changing table dressed in her fuzzy red sleeper, her arms around my neck, her cheek pressed to my left shoulder.

142 We may categorize 80% of all compliments in the data as adjectival in that they depend on an adjective for their positive semantic value.

143 What is striking, however, is that of these seventy‒two adjectives only five (nice, good, beautiful, pretty and great) are used with any frequency.

144 When they get home, Dad learns from Mom that earlier in the day she had scheduled a swim lesson for Saturday afternoon and can't change it.

145 When they tell their son, he gets terribly upset, and the situation melts down.

146 Whenever you catch yourself worrying that something dreadful might happen, answer the Piglet in yourself with Pooh's reply: Supposing it didn't.

147 Whether they realize it or not, people often approach computers and tablets with a state of mind less beneficial to learning than the one they bring to paper.

148 While most adjectives occur only once or twice in the data, these five adjectives occur with such frequency that of all adjectival compliments in the corpus two thirds make use of only five adjectives.

149 Would any of these actions satisfy the customer's true measure of durable?

150 Yet sleep does not appear to have evolved only in warm‒blooded animals.

151 You can be kind by saying something or by saying nothing.

152 You can be nice to someone either by showing your involvement or by not imposing.

153 You can show someone you are angry by shouting at her or refusing to talk to her at all.

154 Your emotional attitude to such things as red meat, nuclear power, tattoos, or motorcycles drives your beliefs about their benefits and their risks.

155 or, Wouldn't you like to get home early enough to have dinner with your family every night?

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And the eight medals they hung around his neck in Athens, six of them gold, reflect that commitment.
그리고 아테네에서 그의 목에 걸어 준 여덟 개의 메달(그 중 여섯 개가 금메달이었다)은 그런 헌신을 반영한다. {64.7 REPO104}

We believe this name reflects the style that we aim to create through our new collaboration.
이 사명이 우리가 새로운 협업을 통해서 창조하려는 스타일을 반영한다고 믿습니다. {43.1 61.5 빠바유독 3-3}

And the eight medals they hung around his neck in Athens, six of them gold, reflect that commitment.
그리고 아테네에서 그의 목에 걸어 준 여덟 개의 메달(그 중 여섯 개가 금메달이었다)은 그런 헌신을 반영한다. {13 REPO104}

Updated almost daily or weekly, they tend to reflect current social issues.
컴퓨터나 스마트폰을 통해서 쉽게 접근할 수 있기 때문에, 웹툰은 종종 독자에게 중요한 영향력을 미칩니다. {영2천이2-5}

This novel way of providing his children with experience using money reflects real world use.
자녀들에게 돈을 이용한 경험을 제공하는 이 기발한 방법은 실생활의 사용을 반영 한다. {17 수만기 2-1314}

This effect reflects what happens to attraction when a person’s behavior moves from positive to negative or from negative to positive. {순서db}

Likewise, if that same person starts performing poorly we are likely, without any critical reflection of our previous comments, to say, "I knew they weren't going to work out."
마찬가지로 같은 사람이 실적이 나빠지기 시작하면, 우리는 우리가 이전에 언급했던 것에 대한 어떠한 비판적인 숙고도 없이 "나는 그가 해내지 못할 줄 알았어"라고 말하기 쉽다. {영독 9}

The failure of such a venture might not reflect unfavorably on the decision-making ability of the losing general; it is more "rational" for the losing general to take a risk.
그러한 모험의 실패는 지고 있는 장군의 결정 능력에 나쁘게 영향을 주지 않을 것인데 지고 있는 장군이 모험을 하는 것이 더 '합리적'이기 때문이다. {영독 12}

The prospect may simply be responding to you in a manner that reflects other things going on in their life at that moment.
그 잠재 고객은 바로 그 순간에 자신의 삶에서 다른 일이 진행 중임을 나타내는 방식으로 여러분에게 응답하고 있을 뿐인지도 모른다. {영독 34}

An employee who realizes she isn't being trusted by her co-workers with shared responsibilities at work might, upon reflection, identify areas where she has consistently let others down or failed to follow through on previous commitments.
직장에서 공유된 책무를 가진 자신의 동료들로부터 신임을 얻지 못하고 있다는 사실을 깨닫는 직원은, 성찰을 통해 자신이 지속적으로 다른 사람들을 실망하게 했거나 이전의 책무들을 완수하지 못했던 분야를 찾아낼 수 있다. {영독 1010}

Although schools are important sites of citizenship learning, the acquisition of (and reflection on) citizenship knowledge, skills, attitudes and values constitutes a complex process that spans from cradle to grave, and includes a broad variety of settings.
학교는 시민 의식 학습의 중요한 장소이지만, 시민 의식에 관한 지식, 기량, 태도 및 가치의 습득(그리고 그에 대한 성찰)은 요람에서 무덤까지 이어지는 복잡한 과정을 이루며, 다양한 종류의 환경을 포함한다. {영독 1011}

Symmetry describes how things may look unchanged when they are reflected in a mirror, or rotated, or moved.
대칭은 물체가 거울에 반사되거나 회전되거나 움직일 때 어떻게 변함없어 보일 수 있는지를 기술한다. {19영독 12-02}

They may see critical feedback not as an opportunity to reflect and improve, but a personal attack on their competence.
그들은 비판적인 피드백을 반성하고 개선할 기회가 아니라 자신들의 능력에 대한 인신공격으로 볼지도 모른다. {19영독 12-08}

These elements include self-awareness, creative incubation, autobiographical planning, consideration of the meaning of events and interactions, taking another person's perspective, reflecting on your own and others' emotions, and moral reasoning.
이 요소들은 자기 인식, 창의적인 숙고, 자전적 계획, 사건과 상호 작용의 의미에 대한 고찰, 다른 사람의 관점을 취하는 것, 자기 자신과 다른 사람의 감정에 대해 깊이 생각하는 것, 그리고 도덕적인 추론을 포함한다. {19영독 T1-05}

We need scientific knowledge to develop efficient medical therapies — and we need reflection on the conceptual framework to clear the question, which of the physical and mental states are diseases.
효율적인 의학적 치료법을 개발하기 위해 우리는 과학적 지식이 필요하며, 신체적이고 정신적인 상태 중 어떤 것들이 질병인지에 관한 문제를 해결하기 위한 개념적인 틀에 대한 고찰이 필요하다. {19영독 T1-14}

By the time you begin drafting, most, if not all, of your ideas would be attaining coherent shape in your mind, so that virtually any words with which you try to express those ideas will reflect your thoughts accurately — to you.
여러분이 초고를 쓰기 시작할 때쯤, 여러분의 생각 중 전부는 아닐지라도 대부분이 여러분의 머릿속에서 일관성이 있는 형태를 이루고 있을 것이어서, 여러분이 그 생각을 표현하려고 하는 거의 어떤 단어들도 여러분에게는 여러분의 생각을 정확히 반영할 것이다. {19영독 T1-17}

The tiles reflect your voice around the room before it fades.
타일은 방이 사라지기 전에 방 안에 당신의 목소리를 반영합니다. {5-4}

Its fur can reflect the desert heat. {중3비이 3-1}

The different approaches are reflected in what the two painters produced.
이 서로 다른 접근법은 두 화가가 창작했던 작품에 나타나 있다. {영1천김6-3}

This novel way of providing his children with experience using money reflects real world use.
자녀들에게 돈을 이용한 경험을 제공하는 이 기발한 방법은 실생활의 사용을 반영 한다. {수만기 2-1314}

This novel way of providing his children with experience using money reflects real world use.
자녀들에게 돈을 이용한 경험을 제공하는 이 기발한 방법은 실생활의 사용을 반영 한다. {수만기 2-1314}

They take the time just before bed to reflect on or write down three things that they are thankful for that happened during the day.
그들은 잠들기 직전, 낮 동안에 일어났던 고마운 세 가지 일들에 대해 돌아보거나 적어 보는 시간을 가진다. {1761-29}

Experts have found that reading classical texts benefits the mind by catching the reader's attention and triggering moments of self-reflection.
전문가들은 고전 텍스트를 읽는 것이 독자들의 관심을 사로잡아 자기 성찰의 순간을 촉발함으로써 정신에 유익하다는 것을 발견했다. {1409H3-40}

The research also found that reading the more challenging version of poetry, in particular, increases activity in the right hemisphere of the brain, helping the readers to reflect on and reevaluate their own experiences in light of what they have read.
연구는 또한 더 어려운 버전의 시를 읽는 것이 특히 우뇌의 활동을 증가시켜서 독자들이 자신이 읽은 것에 비추어 자신의 경험을 되돌아보고 재평가하도록 돕는다는 것을 발견했다. {1409H3-40}

And when they get negative feedback, such as a bad evaluation at work or a disrespectful remark from someone they know, they are likely to believe that it accurately reflects their self-worth.
그리고 직장에서의 나쁜 평가나 아는 누군가로부터의 무례한 말과 같은 부정적인 피드백을 받을 때, 그들은 그것이 자신의 자존감을 정확하게 반영한다고 믿을 가능성이 있다. {1732-29}

It uses the reflected pattern to analyze how quickly you read, where you pause and which parts you read twice.
그것은 당신이 얼마나 빨리 읽는지, 어디에서 멈추는지, 그리고 어떤 부분을 두 번 읽었는지를 분석하기 위해 반사된 패턴을 사용한다. {빠바구문 7}

Because of the environment being thus reflected in our memory, we can use our memory to make inferences about the environment.
이와 같이 우리의 기억 속에 반영되고 있는 환경 때문에, 우리는 자신의 기억을 활용하여 환경에 관해 추론할 수 있다. {올림 1-3}

As the authors of the electrical plug study noted, "Even in the case of quite unfamiliar tasks, people seem to prefer to act rather than reflect.
전기 플러그 연구의 저자들이 언급했듯이, "꽤 익숙하지 않은 과업의 경우에서조차도, 사람들은 반영하기보다는 행동하기를 선호하는 것으로 보인다." {올림 8-1}

That is, the amount of light reflected from one side is the same as that reflected from the other.
즉 한쪽에서 반사되는 빛의 총량은 다른 쪽에서 반사되는 빛의 총량과 같다. {올림 10-3}

First, the mirror isn't totally reflecting.
먼저, 그(단방향) 거울은 모든 빛을 다 반사시키는 것이 아니다. {올림 10-3}

It transmits half the light and reflects the other half.
단방향 거울은 절반의 빛만 투과시키고 나머지 반은 반사시킨다. {올림 10-3}

If, for example, bad weather leads to a poor potato crop, then the price that supermarkets have to pay to their wholesalers for potatoes will go up and this will be reflected in the prices they mark on potatoes in their stores.
예를 들어, 악천후가 감자의 흉작을 초래한다면, 슈퍼마켓이 감자에 대해 도매상에게 지급해야 하는 가격은 상승할 것이고, 이것은 그들이 자기 가게의 감자에 매기는 가격에 반영될 것이다. {1806H3-31}

Thus, these prices do reflect the interaction of demand and supply in the wider marketplace for potatoes.
따라서 이 가격은 더 광범위한 감자 시장에서의 수요와 공급의 상호 작용을 정말로 반영하는 것이다. {1806H3-31}

Although they do not change in the supermarket from hour to hour to reflect local variations in demand and supply, they do change over time to reflect the underlying conditions of the overall production of and demand for the goods in question.
그 가격이 수요와 공급에서의 지역적 변동을 반영하기 위해 슈퍼마켓에서 시간마다 바뀌지는 않지만, 그 가격은 문제의 상품의 전체적인 생산과 수요의 기저에 있는 상황을 반영하기 위해 시간이 지나면서 정말로 바뀐다. {1806H3-31}

An introvert would enjoy reflecting on their thoughts, and thus would be far less likely to suffer from boredom without outside stimulation.
내성적인 사람은 자신의 생각을 즐겨 성찰할 것이고, 이리하여 외부 자극이 없어도 지루함에 시달릴 가능성이 훨씬 더 작을 것이다. {1806H3-35}

We believe this name reflects the style that we aim to create through our new collaboration.
이 사명이 우리가 새로운 협업을 통해서 창조하려는 스타일을 반영한다고 믿습니다. {빠바 303}

We apologize for any inadvertent offense taken and can assure you that we will continue to strive to reflect the vast diversity of our audience with respect and, where appropriate, with self-deprecating humor.
저희는 의도하지 않게 끼쳐 드린 그 어떤 불쾌감에 대해서도 사과드리고, 존중하는 마음으로, 그리고 적절한 경우에는 자신을 낮추는 유머로 저희 시청자의 엄청난 다양성을 반영하려고 계속 노력할 것임을 분명히 말씀드릴 수 있습니다. {SS 104}

By reflecting upon this ability we come to realize that we must have a mind distinct from our body, and that, regardless of how much pseudo-science there is in the world, it's a grave error to confuse the mind with the body.
이 능력을 생각해 보면 우리는 신체와 구별되는 정신을 가지고 있음에 틀림없다는 것과 세상에 얼마나 많은 사이비 과학이 있는지와는 상관없이 정신과 신체를 혼동하는 것이 중대한 오류라는 것을 깨닫게 된다. {SS 1205}

Dr. Davidson and his colleagues have shown that there is asymmetry in the prefrontal cortex reflecting our affective style.
Davidson 박사와 그의 동료들은 우리의 감정 양식을 반영하는 전전두엽 피질에 비대칭성이 있다는 것을 보여 주었다. {SS 1503}

Those boundaries may reflect a real division between quantities in the physical world, but these divisions are generally inaccessible to the human mind without numbers.
그러한 경계들은 물리적 세계에서 여러 양 사이의 실제적인 구분을 반영할 수 있지만, 이러한 구분들은 일반적으로 수가 없으면 인간의 정신이 이용할 수 없다. {SS T123}

She thought how her gloomy face in the window reflected her mistake.
그녀는 창에 비친 자신의 침울한 얼굴이 자신의 실수를 어떻게 비추고 있는지 생각해 보았다. {1609H3-19}

We apologize for any inadvertent offense taken and can assure you that we will continue to strive to reflect the vast diversity of our audience with respect and, where appropriate, with self-deprecating humor.
저희는 의도하지 않게 끼쳐 드린 그 어떤 불쾌감에 대해서도 사과드리고, 존중하는 마음으로, 그리고 적절한 경우에는 자신을 낮추는 유머로 저희 시청자의 엄청난 다양성을 반영하려고 계속 노력할 것임을 분명히 말씀드릴 수 있습니다. {SS 104}

Unfortunately the staff on duty at the time did not reflect our customer service policy.
안타깝게도 그 때 근무 중이었던 직원들이 저희의 고객 서비스 정책을 잘 반영하지 못했습니다. {1862-18}

Your gestures in other countries reflect more than you alone.
다른 나라에서 당신의 제스처들은 당신 자체보다 더 많은 것을 반영한다. {중2교권 2}

Each realm of work has a central mission, which reflects a basic societal need and which the practitioner should feel committed to realizing.
각 영역의 직업에는 기본적인 사회적 요구를 반영하는 중심임무가 있으며, 그(직업의) 실행자는 (그 임무의) 실현에 헌신하고 있다고 느껴야 한다. {RM 1003}

Recent research suggests that this proverb reflects the most effective way to give people advice.
최근의 연구는 이 속담이 사람들에게 조언을 제공하는 가장 효과적인 방법을 나타낸다는 것을 시사한다. {RM 1105}

As the series of eight tasks became progressively more difficult, HUBO's performance on the tasks reflected the growing difficulty.
연속된 8개의 과업이 점차 더 어려워질수록, HUBO의 과업 수행도 증가하는 난이도를 반영했다. {영시한 8-3}

20 He seldom reflects on the days of his life, because God keeps him occupied with gladness of heart. {}

9 So I reflected on all this and concluded that the righteous and the wise and what they do are in God's hands, but no man knows whether love or hate awaits him. {}

19 As water reflects a face, so a man's heart reflects the man. {}

Students actively participate in cognitively challenging tasks that build on their ability to think, reflect, and experience success.
학생들은 생각하고, 반성하고, 그리고 성공을 경험하는 능력을 기반으로 하는, 인지적으로 어려운 과제에 적극적으로 참여합니다. {10 RPW 7-2}

Also, after it rains, you can see the most beautiful reflection of the sky on the salt desert.
또, 비가 온 후, 소금사막 위에 비친 가장 아름다운 하늘의 모습을 볼 수 있단다. {중2능김 1}

Students actively participate in cognitively challenging tasks that build on their ability to think, reflect, and experience success.
학생들은 생각하고, 반성하고, 그리고 성공을 경험하는 능력을 기반으로 하는, 인지적으로 어려운 과제에 적극적으로 참여합니다. {52.5 RPW 7-2}

Besides faraway things, even the immediate objects around us are all afterimages of the past because there is still a time lag for the reflection of light to reach our eyes.
멀리 떨어진 것들 외에도 가까이 있는 물체들조차 모두 과거의 잔상인데 그 이유는 빛의 반사가 우리 눈에 도달하는 데 여전히 시간상의 지체가 있기 때문이다. {1809H2-33}

This overtime was not reflected on my current pay statement.
이 초과근무는 저의 현재 지불 상태에는 반영되지 않았습니다. {18수특1-4}

From the perspective of science, policies should reflect careful consideration of the scientific data, and should be in line with the findings and recommendations of science.
과학의 관점에서 보면 정책들은 과학적 데이터에 대한 주의 깊은 고찰을 반영해야 하고 과학의 연구 결과 및 권고와 일치해야 한다. {18수특9-5}

Quota sampling is a technique whereby the researcher chooses a sample that reflects the make-up, in numerical terms, of the wider population.
할당 표본 추출은 연구원이 수의 관점에서 보다 폭넓은 모집단의 구성을 반영하는 표본을 선정하는 기법이다. {18수특12-1}

Such materials restrict the penetration of light, and therefore more of the light is reflected from the upper layers of the water, where the longer red, yellow, and green wavelengths predominate.
그런 물질은 빛의 침투를 제한하므로 더 많은 빛이 물의 위쪽 층으로부터 반사되는데, 그곳에서는 더 긴 빨강, 노랑, 그리고 녹색 파장이 지배적이다. {18수특15-8}

Instead of sucking the soul from human bodies, turning computer users into an army of dull clones, networked computers — by reflecting the networked nature of our own brains — encourage the humanism of their users.
인간의 신체에서 영혼을 빨아내어 컴퓨터 사용자들을 둔한 복제품 부대로 만드는 대신, '통신망으로 연결된' 컴퓨터들은 우리 두뇌의 연결망적인 특성을 반영하여 사용자의 인간적인 특성 (인본주의)을 촉진한다. {18수특16-1}

The altered appearance became reflected in the penalty minutes the two teams chalked up!
바뀐 외양이 두 팀이 얻은 벌칙 분[시간]에 반영되었다! {18수특17-4}

The absence of curriculum materials about contemporary art reflects the attitude that the only valuable art is that which has "withstood the test of time."
현대 미술에 대한 교육과정 자료들의 결핍은, 유일한 가치 있는 미술은 '세월의 시험을 견뎌 낸[오랜 세월에도 불구하고 건재한]' 것이라는 태도를 반영한다. {18수특24-2}

This attitude, in turn, reflects the belief that it is possible to establish universal cultural standards that remain fixed and permanent.
이런 태도는, 결국, 고정된 상태로 영구적으로 남아 있는 보편적인 문화적 기준들을 확립하는 것이 가능하다는 믿음을 반영한다. {18수특24-2}

When questioned for the book survey, interviewees appeared more than puzzled when they had to reflect on these alternations between voice and text, even though these patterns were used extensively and regularly.
책 관련 조사를 위해 질문을 받을 때, 인터뷰를 받는 사람들은 음성과 문자간의 이런 교차 사용에 대해 생각해야 하는 경우 이런 형태가 광범위하고 규칙적으로 사용되었음에도 매우 당황한 듯했다. {18수특27-4}

No matter how much we reflect and deepen our introspection, ultimately how we act in the world gives the true message of our values.
우리가 얼마나 숙고하여 자기 성찰을 심화하든 간에, 궁극적으로 우리가 세상에서 행동하는 방식이 우리의 가치관에 대한 진정한 메시지를 준다[우리의 가치관을 진정으로 알려 준다]. {18수특28-2}

Similarly, long-term trends in it reflect on the fundamental weaknesses or strengths.
그와 마찬가지로 현재의 환율의 장기적인 추세는 근본적인 취약점 또는 강점에 영향을 미친다. {18수특29-2}

A continuous depreciation of the exchange rate, implying a decline in the value of the domestic currency in comparison with foreign currency, reflects the inherent weakness in an economy, and prevents foreigners from investing in it.
외국 통화와 비교하여 국내 통화 가치의 하락을 의미하는, 계속되는 환율의 가치 하락은 경제 체제의 내재된 결점을 반영하고, 외국인들이 거기에 투자하는 것을 막는다. {18수특29-2}

So rather than think of chores as, well, a chore, think of them as the ultimate exercise in mindfulness — using time to reflect and meditate.
그래서 집안의 허드렛일을 이제 따분한 일로 생각하기보다는 숙고하고 명상하는 데 시간을 사용하면서 마음 챙김의 최고의 운동이라고 생각하라. {18수특t1-3}

General Electric's participation in the market for medical imaging devices (called CT scanners) in the 1970s reflects this mode of thinking.
General Electric이 1970년대에 (CT 스캐너라고 불리는) 의료 영상 장비 시장에 진입한 것은 이런 사고방식을 반영한다. {18수특t2-12}

An introvert would enjoy reflecting on their thoughts, and thus would be far less likely to suffer from boredom without outside stimulation.
내성적인 사람은 자신의 생각을 즐겨 성찰할 것이고, 이리하여 외부 자극이 없어도 지루함에 시달릴 가능성이 훨씬 더 작을 것이다. {54.8 3.1 0 0 0 1806H3-35}

If, for example, bad weather leads to a poor potato crop, then the price that supermarkets have to pay to their wholesalers for potatoes will go up and this will be reflected in the prices they mark on potatoes in their stores.
예를 들어, 악천후가 감자의 흉작을 초래한다면, 슈퍼마켓이 감자에 대해 도매상에게 지급해야 하는 가격은 상승할 것이고, 이것은 그들이 자기 가게의 감자에 매기는 가격에 반영될 것이다. {40.6 4.2 1 1 0 1806H3-31}

Thus, these prices do reflect the interaction of demand and supply in the wider marketplace for potatoes.
따라서 이 가격은 더 광범위한 감자 시장에서의 수요와 공급의 상호 작용을 정말로 반영하는 것이다. {40.6 4.2 1 1 0 1806H3-31}

Although they do not change in the supermarket from hour to hour to reflect local variations in demand and supply, they do change over time to reflect the underlying conditions of the overall production of and demand for the goods in question.
그 가격이 수요와 공급에서의 지역적 변동을 반영하기 위해 슈퍼마켓에서 시간마다 바뀌지는 않지만, 그 가격은 문제의 상품의 전체적인 생산과 수요의 기저에 있는 상황을 반영하기 위해 시간이 지나면서 정말로 바뀐다. {40.6 4.2 1 1 0 1806H3-31}

We're all told at school that white reflects sunlight and black absorbs it, so the paler your clothes are, the cooler you'll be.
우리는 모두 학교에서 하얀색은 햇빛을 반사하고 검은색은 그것을 흡수해서, 당신의 옷이 옅은 색일수록, 당신은 더 시원할 것이라고 듣는다. {1543-30}

Though light clothes are better at reflecting the sun's heat, dark clothes are better at radiating the body's heat.
옅은 색의 옷들이 태양열을 더 잘 반사하지만, 어두운 색의 옷들은 몸의 열을 더 잘 방출한다. {1543-30}

4.3 Students actively participate in cognitively challenging tasks that build on their ability to think, reflect, and experience success. {-i2top100}

18 And we, who with unveiled faces all reflect the Lord's glory, are being transformed into his likeness with ever-increasing glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit. {}

12 Now we see but a poor reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. {}

But you did not consider these things or reflect on what might happen. {}

Students actively participate in cognitively challenging tasks that build on their ability to think, reflect, and experience success.
학생들은 생각하고, 반성하고, 그리고 성공을 경험하는 능력을 기반으로 하는, 인지적으로 어려운 과제에 적극적으로 참여합니다. {64.8 RPW 7-2}

This novel way of providing his children with experience using money reflects real world use.
자녀들에게 돈을 이용한 경험을 제공하는 이 기발한 방법은 실생활의 사용을 반영 한다. {74.0 수만기 2-1314}

Writing opportunities for minorities will increase to better reflect the diverse communities served by newspapers.
인턴사원 근무를 마친, 경험이 있는 졸업생들이 성공할 것이다. {17수특 4}

Nonetheless, the souvenirs tourists take home are still a sort of trophy, which must reflect their image of the country visited — it must look authentic, traditional, or primitive, because the authenticity of the artifact is a guarantee of the authenticity of one's experience abroad. {17수특 3}

This was the reflection of the political system of the land.
이것은 그 땅의 정치 제도가 반영된 결과였다. {17수특 2}

The third teacher viewed science as the accumulation of knowledge, which was a position clearly reflected in classroom instruction regarding the development of atomic theory.
반면에, 두 번째 교사는 이론을 문제를 해결하는 도구로 간주했고, 따라서 학생들은 관찰 사항을 설명하고 문제를 해결하기 위해 이론을 사용했다. {17수특 56}

Indeed, there is a growing body of research suggesting that ethical leaders have developed the capacity to critically reflect on past ethical decisions, and self-regulate their future behaviors based on that critical assessment.
실제로 윤리적 리더는 과거의 윤리적 결정들을 비판적으로 깊이 생각해 보고 그러한 비판적 평가를 바탕으로 자신들의 미래의 행동을 스스로 규제할 수 있는 능력을 개발하였음을 보여 주는 연구들이 점점 많아지고 있다. {17수특 4}

Both describe a physical journey, reflecting the central character's mental and spiritual journey, down a river to confront the deranged Kurtz character, who represents the worst aspects of civilisation.
둘 다 문명의 최악의 측면을 나타내는 정상이 아닌 Kurtz라는 인물을 대면하기 위해 강을 따라 내려가는 물리적 여행을 묘사하는데, (그 여행은) 주인공의 정신적 그리고 영적인 여행을 나타낸다. {17수특 4}

Your body is not a vehicle you inhabit; it is a creation of your nonphysical being and therefore reflects your personality characteristics.
여러분의 몸은 여러분이 거주하는 매개체가 아니라, 그것은 여러분의 육체가 아닌 존재가 만들어 낸 것이며, 그로 인해 여러분의 성격 특성을 반영한다. {17수특 2}

If we just spend a little more time looking back at our upbringing, we can understand that our present and our future are greatly a reflection of our past.
만약 우리가 우리의 어릴 적의 양육을 되돌아보는 데 약간 더 많은 시간을 쓰기만 한다면, 우리는 우리의 현재와 미래가 심히 우리의 과거에 대한 반영이라는 것을 이해할 수 있다. {17수특 3}

This reflects a unique feature in the health care industry — provider-induced demand.
이것은 의료 산업의 고유한 특징을 반영하는데, 그것은 바로 공급자 유발 수요이다. {17수특 5}

Through socialization, they develop a social self that reflects the society in which they live.
사회화를 통해 그들은 자신들이 살고 있는 사회를 반영하는 사회적 자아를 발달시킨다. {17수특 21}

This novel way of providing his children with experience using money reflects real world use.
Owen은 아이들에게 돈을 저축 하는 데 가치가 있음을 보여주기 위해 그의 은행 체계에 복리의 개념을 도입하면서, 그들에게 한 달에 5퍼센트의 이율을 제공했다. {수만기 2-1314}

However unnoticeably, maps do indeed reflect the world views of either their makers or, more probably, the supporters of their makers, in addition to the political and social conditions under which they were made.
아무리 눈에 띄지 않는다 할지라도, 지도는 정말로 그 지도가 만들어지는 정치적, 사회적 환경뿐만 아니라, 지도 제작자나 혹은 더욱 가능성이 있는 것으로서, 제작자의 후원자의 세계관을 반영한다. {EXAMPLE}

And your mind is able to wander, reflecting on big questions without interruption.
그리고 여러분의 마음은 방해 없이 중요한 문제를 심사숙고하면서 방랑할 수 있다. {5}

It may not always be pleasant, but everything you do reflects your decisions and priorities.
그것이 항상 즐겁지만은 않겠지만 여러분이 행하는 모든 것은 여러분의 결정과 우선순위를 반영한다. {1}

This belief may reflect the way amnesia is usually portrayed in movies, television, and literature.
이러한 믿음은 기억상실증이 보통 영화, 텔레비전, 그리고 문학에서 묘사되는 방식을 반영하는 것일지도 모른다. {EXAMPLE}

A country’s laws reflect the people and their society. {2-3}

According to this theory, we shift between two processes ― reflection and comparison ― in a way that lets us maintain favorable self-views.
이 이론에 따르면 우리는 유리한 자기관을 유지시켜 주는 방식으로 반영과 비교라는 두 가지 과정 사이에서 이동한다. {1709H3-21}

In areas that are not especially relevant to our self-definition, we engage in reflection, whereby we flatter ourselves by association with others' accomplishments.
자기 인식에 특별히 관련되지 '않은' 곳에서는, 우리는 '반영'을 하고, 그럼으로써 다른 사람들이 성취한 것과 관련지어서 자신을 치켜세운다. {1709H3-21}

And its special glass does not reflect the light.
그리고 그것의 특별한 유리는 빛을 반사하지 않는다. {주니어리딩튜텨완성-1}

This light is then reflected back toward the ground, creating "sky glow."
그러면 이 빛은 다시 땅 쪽으로 반사되며, 'sky glow'를 만든다. {주니어리딩튜텨완성-3}

These particles absorb some of the sun's energy and reflect solar radiation back into space.
이 입자들은 태양 에너지의 일부를 흡수하고 태양 복사열을 다시 우주로 반사한다. {주니어리딩튜텨완성-4}

In turn, they may later be discarded as the demands of present societies change, or even, as is presently occurring in the former Eastern Europe, when pasts have to be reinvented to reflect new presents.
결국, 현재 사회의 요구가 변화함에 따라, 혹은 심지어, 구 동유럽에서 현재 일어나고 있는 것처럼, 새로운 현재를 반영하기 위해서 과거가 재창조되어야 할 때, 그것들은 나중에 버려질 수도 있다. {1811H3-33}

Both describe a physical journey, reflecting the central character's mental and spiritual journey, down a river to confront the deranged Kurtz character, who represents the worst aspects of civilisation.
둘 다 문명의 최악의 측면을 나타내는 제정신이 아닌 Kurtz라는 인물을 대면하기 위해 강을 따라 내려가는 물리적 여정을 묘사하는데, 주인공의 정신적 그리고 영적인 여정을 나타낸다. {1711H3-31}

However unnoticeably, maps do indeed reflect the world views of either their makers or, more probably, the supporters of their makers, in addition to the political and social conditions under which they were made.
아무리 눈에 띄지 않는다 할지라도, 지도는 정말로, 그 지도 가 만들어지는 정치적, 사회적 환경뿐만 아니라, 지도 제작자나, 혹은 더욱 가능성이 있는 것으로서, 제작자의 후원자의 세계관을 반영한다. {1611H3-21}

The fact that language is not always reliable for causing precise meanings to be generated in someone else’s mind is a reflection of its powerful strength as a medium for creating new understanding.
언어가 어떤 사람의 정신 속에 정확한 의미가 형성되도록 하는 데 항상 신뢰할 만하지는 않다는 사실은 새로운 이해를 만들어 내는 수단으로서의 언어의 강력한 힘을 반영하는 것이다. {1611H3-22}

He tried to express on the canvas the constantly changing play of light and reflections on the surface of the water.
그는 물 표면에서 지속적으로 움직이는 빛의 변화와 반사를 캔버스에 표현하려고 노력했다. {영지민 8-5}

Unfortunately the staff on duty at the time did not reflect our customer service policy.
안타깝게도 그 때 근무 중이었던 직원들이 저희의 고객 서비스 정책을 잘 반영하지 못했습니다. {28.7 1862-18}

We believe this name reflects the style that we aim to create through our new collaboration.
이 사명이 우리가 새로운 협업을 통해서 창조하려는 스타일을 반영한다고 믿습니다. {빠바유독 3-3}

These dreams are reflections of things that happened to us in the past day or two, so they can show us what is currently on our minds.
이러한 꿈들은 지난 하루 이틀 동안 우리에게 일어난 일들의 반영이기 때문에, 우리에게 현재 우리의 마음속에 있는 것을 보여 줄 수 있다. {빠바유독 17-2}

Our pre-sleep conditions also influence our dreams, but they seem to be reflected oppositely.
취침 전 컨디션 또한 우리의 꿈에 영향을 끼치는데, 그것은 반대로 반영되는 것처럼 보인다. {빠바유독 17-2}

The reflected light disperses more throughout the eye once it changes from yellow to blue, and this allows the light to reach more photoreceptors.
일단 눈이 노란색에서 푸른색으로 바뀌면 반사된 빛은 눈 전체에 더 많이 퍼지고, 이것은 빛이 더 많은 광수용체에 도달할 수 있게 해 준다. {빠바유독 M5-5}

In short, a whole-hearted invitation has been given to cyclists, and the results are reflected clearly in patterns of use.
간단히 말하면, 자전거를 타는 사람에게 전면적인 권유가 주어졌고, 그 결과가 이용 양상에 분명하게 반영되어 있다. {RP19-1}

Depending on the cultural groups with which a person identifies, illness, for example, may be understood from the perspective of germs, God, anxiety, chance, or one's moral failure, and a person's emotional response to illness will reflect these beliefs.
사람이 동일시하는 문화적 집단에 따라, 예를 들어 질병은 세균, 신, 불안, 기회, 또는 도덕적 실패의 관점에서 이해될 수도 있고, 질병에 대한 사람의 정서적 반응은 이런 믿음을 반영할 것이다. {RP19-3}

Both describe a physical journey, reflecting the central character's mental and spiritual journey, down a river to confront the deranged Kurtz character, who represents the worst aspects of civilisation.
둘 다 문명의 최악의 측면을 나타내는 제정신이 아닌 Kurtz라는 인물을 대면하기 위해 강을 따라 내려가는 물리적 여정을 묘사하는데, 주인공의 정신적 그리고 영적인 여정을 나타낸다. {1711H3-31}

Its fur can reflect the desert heat. {비이 3-1}

A country’s laws reflect the people and their society. {타파 2-3}

This novel way of providing his children with experience using money reflects real world use.
자녀들에게 돈을 이용한 경험을 제공하는 이 기발한 방법은 실생활의 사용을 반영 한다. {수만기 2-1314}

And the eight medals they hung around his neck in Athens, six of them gold, reflect that commitment.
그리고 아테네에서 그의 목에 걸어 준 여덟 개의 메달(그 중 여섯 개가 금메달이었다)은 그런 헌신을 반영한다. {리파기 1-4}

Schedules should not reflect what might happen or could happen under optimal conditions.
일정은 최적의 조건에서 일어날지도 모르거나 일어날 수 있는 것을 반영해서는 안된다. {리파완 2-1}

We believe this name reflects the style that we aim to create through our new collaboration.
이 사명이 우리가 새로운 협업을 통해서 창조하려는 스타일을 반영한다고 믿습니다. {빠바유 3-3}

And the eight medals they hung around his neck in Athens, six of them gold, reflect that commitment.
그리고 아테네에서 그의 목에 걸어 준 여덟 개의 메달(그 중 여섯 개가 금메달이었다)은 그런 헌신을 반영한다. {27.9 REPO104}

Although traditional forms reflected the experience of social groups, specific manifestations could be adapted in various minute and subtle ways to suit individual users' needs.
전통적 형태가 사회 집단의 경험을 반영하더라도, 개개의 사용자의 요구를 충족시키기 위해 특정한 외적 형태가 각양각색의 미세하고 미묘한 방식으로 조정될 수 있었다. {1509H3-31}

This phenomenon reflects a unique feature in the health care industry ― provider-induced demand, which allows health care providers to maintain their income even as competition increases.
이러한 현상은 의료산업의 고유한 특징인 공급자 유발 수요를 반영하는데, 그것은 의료 공급자들이 경쟁이 증가하더라도 자신들의 수입을 유지하게 해준다. {1763-30}

Schedules should not reflect what might happen or could happen under optimal conditions.
일정은 최적의 조건에서 일어날지도 모르거나 일어날 수 있는 것을 반영해서는 안된다. {리파유완 2-1}

In short, a whole-hearted invitation has been given to cyclists, and the results are reflected clearly in patterns of use.
간단히 말하면, 자전거를 타는 사람에게 전면적인 권유가 주어졌고, 그 결과가 이용 양상에 분명하게 반영되어 있다. {리파유완 19-1}

Depending on the cultural groups with which a person identifies, illness, for example, may be understood from the perspective of germs, God, anxiety, chance, or one's moral failure, and a peE18rson's emotional response to illness will reflect these beliefs.
사람이 동일시하는 문화적 집단에 따라, 예를 들어 질병은 세균, 신, 불안, 기회, 또는 도덕적 실패의 관점에서 이해될 수도 있고, 질병에 대한 사람의 정서적 반응은 이런 믿음을 반영할 것이다. {리파유완 19-3}

They built the roof of the hall with edges that curved upward at just the right angle to reflect sound across the courtyard.
그들은 마당 곳곳으로 소리가 반사될 수 있도록 인정전의 지붕 끝을 적정 각도로 위로 휘어지게 만들었다. {7-3}

They covered the courtyard in thin granite, which reflects sound well, and intentionally made the surface uneven to reflect the sound waves in all directions.
그들은 마당을 얇은 화강암으로 덮어서 소리가 잘 반사되게 하고, 음파가 사방으로 반사되도록 의도적으로 표면을 고르지 않게 만들었다. {7-3}

Their columns and walls reflected the sound back into the courtyard while at the same time blocking noise from outside.
회랑의 기둥과 벽이 마당으로 소리를 다시 반사함과 동시에 외부로부터의 소음을 차단해 주었다. {7-3}

The granite is white and somewhat glossy, making it highly reflective.
화강암은 흰색을 띠고 약간의 광택이 있어 마당이 빛을 아주 잘 반사하게 한다. {7-4}

The surface is rough so that the reflected light is scattered, lighting up the interior evenly.
그 표면은 울퉁불퉁해서 반사된 빛이 흩어지고 내부를 고르게 밝혀준다. {7-4}

The principle is the same as that of a movie screen, which has a rough surface in order to reflect the projected image equally to all parts of the audience.
이 원리는 투영된 영상이 관람석 전역으로 고르게 반사되게 하기 위해 고르지 않은 표면을 지닌 영화 스크린의 원리와 같다. {7-4}

Countries made their national flags to represent themselves, reflecting their history and culture.
국가들은 그들의 역사와 문화를 반영하며 자신을 나타내기 위해 국기를 만들었습니다. {중3 능김임 1}

As the series of eight tasks became progressively more difficult, HUBO's performance on the tasks reflected the growing difficulty.
연속된 8개의 과업이 점차 더 어려워질수록, HUBO의 과업 수행도 증가하는 난이도를 반영했다. {영시한8-3}

I wanted to change, and started to reflect on myself.
나는 변하고 싶었기에 나 자신을 돌아보기 시작했단다. {영능양 2}

But this prediction is unfounded and reflects a failure to understand how probabilities actually operate in the real world.
― 그가 타석에서 지난번에 서너 번 삼진을 당했다면 많은 관중들은 그가 다음번에 타석에 섰을 때 안타를 칠 가능성이 매우 높다고 생각할 것이다. {31}

Is he likely to bask in reflected glory or suffer by comparison?
그가 남의 영광 덕택에 명예를 얻을 것 같은가? {40}

Is Clarence likely to bask in reflected glory or suffer by comparison?
Clarence가 그의 사촌이 뉴욕 필하모닉 오케스트라의 바이올린 부문에서 탐내는 수석 연주자 자리를 받았다는 것을 알았다고 가정해 보라. {40}

Amadeus is likely to suffer by comparison and Clarence is likely to bask in reflected glory.
Clarence는 남의 영광 덕택에 명예를 얻을 것 같은가? {40}

John Stuart Mill pointed out long ago that alternative perspectives are essential for reflection and growth.
John Stuart Mill은 오래 전에 기존의 방식과는 전혀 다른 관점은 성찰과 성장에 꼭 필요함을 지적했다. {20}

All reflective men today are joined as citizens of the world."
오늘날 생각이 깊은 모든 사람들은 세계 시민으로 합쳐져 있다"라고 Friedrich Schiller는 과거 1789년에 단언했다. {22}

Most of the increases range from 50 cents to $1.00 and may be reflected when making camping, cabin or day-use reservations on Recreation.gov.
이러한 인상은 예약 유형에 따라 변할 수 있으며 온라인, 콜 센터 및 현장 서비스 제공 비용이 인상된 결과입니다. {18}

The lottery and permit locations will experience an increase of up to $4.00 or more, which more accurately reflects the cost of creating these more complex recreation opportunities.
대부분의 인상은 범위가 50센트에서 1달러까지이고, Recreation.gov 의 캠핑, 오두막집, 또는 주간 이용 예약을 할 때 반영될 수 있습니다. {18}

One way to explain why is that the restrictions on driving may reflect relevant consideration of safety and responsibility that everyone could reasonably accept.
그 이유를 설명하는 한 가지 방법은 운전에 대한 제한 사항이 모든 사람이 합리적으로 수용할 수 있는 안전 및 책임에 대한 관련된 고려 사항을 반영할 수 있다는 것이다. {21}

And the reason we think that way is because the dominant form of music ─ or at least the form that has been the basis for most theoretical reflection ─ is that of "classical music."
그리고 그런 식으로 생각하는 이유는 음악의 지배적인 형태 혹은 적어도 대부분의 이론적인 고찰의 근거가 되어 왔던 형태는 '고전 음악' 형태이기 때문이다. {39}

Yet, such theoretical reflection has done a significant injustice even to classical music itself, for it distorts the actual practice of music making in classical music itself.
하지만 이러한 이론적 고찰은 고전 음악 자체조차도 상당히 부당하게 다루었는데, 왜냐하면 그것이 고전 음악 '그 자체'에서 실제적인 음악 제작 관행을 왜곡하기 때문이다. {39}

And the eight medals they hung around his neck in Athens, six of them gold, reflect that commitment.
그리고 아테네에서 그의 목에 걸어 준 여덟 개의 메달(그 중 여섯 개가 금메달이었다)은 그런 헌신을 반영한다. {RP 104}

This novel way of providing his children with experience using money reflects real world use.
자녀들에게 돈을 이용한 경험을 제공하는 이 기발한 방법은 실생활의 사용을 반영 한다. {SM 201314}

Students actively participate in cognitively challenging tasks that build on their ability to think, reflect, and experience success.
학생들은 생각하고, 반성하고, 그리고 성공을 경험하는 능력을 기반으로 하는, 인지적으로 어려운 과제에 적극적으로 참여합니다. {39.7 RPW 7-2}

The different approaches are reflected in what the two painters produced.
이 서로 다른 접근법은 두 화가가 창작했던 작품에 나타나 있다. {영1천김 6-3}

The salaries of various positions reflect this pyramid model.
다양한 직종의 봉급이 이러한 피라미드 모델을 반영하고 있다. {28}

18 And we, who with unveiled faces all reflect the Lord's glory, are being transformed into his likeness with ever-increasing glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit. {}

12 Now we see but a poor reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. {}

But you did not consider these things or reflect on what might happen. {}

20 He seldom reflects on the days of his life, because God keeps him occupied with gladness of heart. {}

9 So I reflected on all this and concluded that the righteous and the wise and what they do are in God's hands, but no man knows whether love or hate awaits him. {}

19 As water reflects a face, so a man's heart reflects the man. {}

After that trip, his style changed to reflect the realism of those painters.
그 여행 이후, 그의 스타일이 바뀌어 그 화가들의 사실주의를 반영했다. {1832-25}

This effect reflects what happens to attraction when a person's behavior moves from positive to negative or from negative to positive.
이 효과는 어떤 사람의 행동이 긍정적에서 부정적으로 또는 부정적에서 긍정적으로 이동할 때 매력도에 어떤 일이 일어나는지를 반영한다. {1506H3-37}

They take the time just before bed to reflect on or write down three things that they are thankful for that happened during the day.
그들은 잠들기 직전, 낮 동안에 일어났던 고마운 세 가지 일들에 대해 돌아보거나 적어 보는 시간을 가진다. {1761-29}

They also reflect culture and history.
인사는 또한 문화와 역사도 반영한다. {영1천김1-1}

Put simply, today's language reflects the culture of past generations.
간단히 말해서, 오늘날의 언어는 지난날의 문화를 반영한다. {영1천김1-3}

This example also shows how language reflects culture - as livestock were so important, asking about the livestock's well-being was common enough to become a daily greeting.
이는 언어가 문화를 어떻게 반영하는지를 보여주는 또 다른 예로, 가축의 안부를 묻는 것이 일상적인 인사가 될 만큼 가축은 매우 중요했다. {영1천김1-3}

It is clear by now that greetings in different languages reflect the culture of the people who use them.
다양한 언어의 인사가 그 언어를 사용하는 사람들의 문화를 반영한다는 것은 이제 분명하다. {영1천김1-3}

While reflecting on the cause of your anger, you can uncover the deep feelings behind your anger, such as fear, shame, or disappointment.
화의 원인을 곰곰이 생각해 보는 동안에, 여러분은 두려움이나 수치심, 실망과 같은, 여러분의 화 이면에 있는 깊은 감정을 알아낼 수 있습니다. {실2두김2-2}

Depending on the cultural groups with which a person identifies, illness, for example, may be understood from the perspective of germs, God, anxiety, chance, or one's moral failure, and a person's emotional response to illness will reflect these beliefs.
사람이 동일시하는 문화적 집단에 따라, 예를 들어 질병은 세균, 신, 불안, 기회, 또는 도덕적 실패의 관점에서 이해될 수도 있고, 질병에 대한 사람의 정서적 반응은 이런 믿음을 반영할 것이다. {RP19-3}

In short, a whole-hearted invitation has been given to cyclists, and the results are reflected clearly in patterns of use.
간단히 말하면, 자전거를 타는 사람에게 전면적인 권유가 주어졌고, 그 결과가 이용 양상에 분명하게 반영되어 있다. {RP19-1}

Students actively participate in cognitively challenging tasks that build on their ability to think, reflect, and experience success. {i2top100}

Along the way I have found it invaluable to take time out every now and then and reflect upon certain events.
살면서 내내 나는 이따금 시간을 내어 특정한 사건을 반성해보는 것이 매우 귀중하다는 것을 알았다. {rp구문2-2}

It is upon such reflection that I have come to an understanding that my life is the result of the choices I have made at each particular moment.
내 삶은 내가 각각의 특별한 순간에 한 선택의 결과라는 이해에 도달한 것은 바로 그와 같은 반성을 할 때이다. {rp구문2-2}

We believe this name reflects the style that we aim to create through our new collaboration.
이 사명이 우리가 새로운 협업을 통해서 창조하려는 스타일을 반영한다고 믿습니다. {15.0 빠바유독 3-3}

Those boundaries may reflect a real division between quantities in the physical world, but these divisions are generally inaccessible to the human mind without numbers.
그러한 경계들은 물리적 세계에서 여러 양 사이의 실제적인 구분을 반영할 수 있지만, 이러한 구분들은 일반적으로 수가 없으면 인간의 정신이 이용할 수 없다. {75.5 수특T123}

By reflecting upon this ability we come to realize that we must have a mind distinct from our body, and that, regardless of how much pseudo-science there is in the world, it's a grave error to confuse the mind with the body.
이 능력을 생각해 보면 우리는 신체와 구별되는 정신을 가지고 있음에 틀림없다는 것과 세상에 얼마나 많은 사이비 과학이 있는지와는 상관없이 정신과 신체를 혼동하는 것이 중대한 오류라는 것을 깨닫게 된다. {50.5 수특1205}

As the series of eight tasks became progressively more difficult, HUBO's performance on the tasks reflected the growing difficulty.
연속된 8개의 과업이 점차 더 어려워질수록, HUBO의 과업 수행도 증가하는 난이도를 반영했다. {영시한8-3}

Introspective reflections which are liable to stall are helped along by the flow of the landscape.
미루기 쉬운 자아 성찰적 반성은 풍경의 흐름에 따라 촉진된다. {1011H3-28}

Schedules should not reflect what might happen or could happen under optimal conditions.
일정은 최적의 조건에서 일어날지도 모르거나 일어날 수 있는 것을 반영해서는 안 된다. {2-1 일정 관리에서 염두에 둘 것}

When we refer to knowledge as socially constructed we mean that knowledge is reflective of the values and interests of those who produce it.
우리가 지식을 사회적으로 구성하는 것이라고 언급할 때, 우리는 지식이 그것을 만들어내는 사람들의 가치와 이해를 반영한다고 말하는 것이다. {1933-32}

This, at the first glimpse, appears to be a valid and useful distinction; but mature reflection reveals that it is superficial and not wholly true.
처음 언뜻 보기에는, 이것이 타당하고 유용한 구분인 것처럼 보이지만, 신중히 생각해 보면 그것이 피상적이고, 온전히 진실은 아니라는 것이 드러난다. {1933-33}

Hence, self-evaluative feelings such as pride or shame are always the product of the reflected appraisals of others.
그러므로 자부심이나 수치심과 같이 자기를 평가하는 감정은 항상 다른 사람들의 평가가 반영된 산물이다. {1933-36}

Students actively participate in cognitively challenging tasks that build on their ability to think, reflect, and experience success.
학생들은 생각하고, 반성하고, 그리고 성공을 경험하는 능력을 기반으로 하는, 인지적으로 어려운 과제에 적극적으로 참여합니다. {42.4 RPW 7-2}

When she did, she was terribly embarrassed to see that it showed her reflection in the mirror without any clothes on.
그녀가 그렇게 했을 때, 그녀는 아무 옷도 걸치지 않은 채 거울에 비친 자신의 모습이 사진에 나왔다는 것을 알고는 몹시 창피했다. {빠바기초 3}

For example, chameleons tend to change to darker colors when they are cold, and when they are hot, they sometimes change to lighter colors in order to reflect the sun better.
예를 들어, 카멜레온은 추울 때는 더 어두운색들로 변하는 경향이 있고, 더울 때는 햇빛을 더 잘 반사하기 위해 때때로 더 밝은색들로 변하기도 한다. {빠바기초 2}

These conditions may be purely functional in nature, or they may also reflect in varying degrees the social, political, and economic climate.
이러한 상황들은 근본적으로 순전히 기능적이거나, 사회적, 정치적, 경제적 상황을 다양하게 반영하기도 한다. {1606H2-28}

The discovery that attitudes don't always reflect actions came as a great surprise.
태도가 항상 행위를 반영하지 않는다는 것을 발견한 것은 매우 놀랍다. {1606H2-29}

By reflecting upon this ability we come to realize that we must have a mind distinct from our body, and that, regardless of how much pseudo-science there is in the world, it's a grave error to confuse the mind with the body.
이 능력을 생각해 보면 우리는 신체와 구별되는 정신을 가지고 있음에 틀림없다는 것과 세상에 얼마나 많은 사이비 과학이 있는지와는 상관없이 정신과 신체를 혼동하는 것이 중대한 오류라는 것을 깨닫게 된다. {SS 1205}

Those boundaries may reflect a real division between quantities in the physical world, but these divisions are generally inaccessible to the human mind without numbers.
그러한 경계들은 물리적 세계에서 여러 양 사이의 실제적인 구분을 반영할 수 있지만, 이러한 구분들은 일반적으로 수가 없으면 인간의 정신이 이용할 수 없다. {SS T123}

And the eight medals they hung around his neck in Athens, six of them gold, reflect that commitment.
그리고 아테네에서 그의 목에 걸어 준 여덟 개의 메달(그 중 여섯 개가 금메달이었다)은 그런 헌신을 반영한다. {REPO104}

We believe this name reflects the style that we aim to create through our new collaboration.
이 사명이 우리가 새로운 협업을 통해서 창조하려는 스타일을 반영한다고 믿습니다. {빠바유독 3-3}

By reflecting upon this ability we come to realize that we must have a mind distinct from our body, and that, regardless of how much pseudo-science there is in the world, it's a grave error to confuse the mind with the body.
이 능력을 생각해 보면 우리는 신체와 구별되는 정신을 가지고 있음에 틀림없다는 것과 세상에 얼마나 많은 사이비 과학이 있는지와는 상관없이 정신과 신체를 혼동하는 것이 중대한 오류라는 것을 깨닫게 된다. {수특1205}

Those boundaries may reflect a real division between quantities in the physical world, but these divisions are generally inaccessible to the human mind without numbers.
그러한 경계들은 물리적 세계에서 여러 양 사이의 실제적인 구분을 반영할 수 있지만, 이러한 구분들은 일반적으로 수가 없으면 인간의 정신이 이용할 수 없다. {수특T123}

The apparent complexity of a man's behavior over time is largely a reflection of the complexity of the environment in which he finds himself.
시간이 흐르면서 복잡한 것 같아 보이는 인간의 행동은 주로 인간이 처한 환경의 복잡성을 반영하는 것이다. {1406H3-40}

And the eight medals they hung around his neck in Athens, six of them gold, reflect that commitment.
그리고 아테네에서 그의 목에 걸어 준 여덟 개의 메달(그 중 여섯 개가 금메달이었다)은 그런 헌신을 반영한다. {리파기 1-4}

The innovative blend of traditional and modern decision-making by committees that reflect traditional leadership makes this a successful social, economic and environmental initiative.
전통적인 통솔력을 보여 주는 위원회에 의한, 전통적이고 현대적인 의사 결정의 혁신적인 융합이 이것을 성공적인 사회적, 경제적, 그리고 환경적 계획으로 만든다. {리파기 9-4}

As former Tech Insider reporter Drake Baer points out, reflecting on the day's successes can help you incorporate those lessons into the next day.
'Tech Insider'의 전직 기자 Drake Baer가 지적하듯이, 그날의 성공에 대해 숙고하는 것은 그러한 교훈을 다음 날로 통합하는 데 도움을 줄 수 있다. {리파기 리뷰-2}

Of course, getting into the habit of self-reflection is easier said than done, as we often prefer to avoid asking ourselves the tough questions.
물론, 자기 성찰의 습관을 가지는 것은 행동하기보다 말하기가 더 쉬운데, 왜냐하면 우리는 자주 스스로에게 어려운 질문을 하는 것을 피하고 싶어 하기 때문이다. {리파기 19-2}

As philosopher and psychologist John Dewey explained in his 1910 book, How We Think, reflective thinking involves overcoming our predisposition to accept things at face value and the willingness to endure mental unrest.
철학자이자 심리학자인 John Dewey가 1910년의 저서 'How We Think'에서 설명했듯이, 성찰적 사고는 상황을 액면대로 받아들이는 성향의 극복과 정신적 불안을 기꺼이 견디려는 의지를 포함한다. {리파기 19-2}

In turn, they may later be discarded as the demands of present societies change, or even, as is presently occurring in the former Eastern Europe, when pasts have to be reinvented to reflect new presents.
결국, 현재 사회의 요구가 변화함에 따라, 혹은 심지어, 구 동유럽에서 현재 일어나고 있는 것처럼, 새로운 현재를 반영하기 위해서 과거가 재창조되어야 할 때, 그것들은 나중에 버려질 수도 있다. {1811H3-33}

It reflects the lifestyle of the people who live there.
그것은 거기에 사는 사람들의 생활양식을 반영합니다. {중2미배 2}

At some time in their lives, most people pause to reflect on their own moral principles and on the practical implications of those principles, and they sometimes think about what principles people should have or which moral standards can be best justified.
인생의 어떤 시기에 대부분의 사람은 자기 자신의 도덕적 원칙과 그 원칙의 실질적인 함축된 의미에 대해 잠시 멈추어 생각해보며, 그들은 때때로 사람들이 무슨 원칙을 가져야 하는지 또는 어떤 도덕적인 기준이 가장 잘 정당화될 수 있는지에 대해 생각한다. {1411H3-22}

As communities became larger, some people had time to reflect and debate.
그들의 생각은 음식과 종교에 집중되었다. {1411H3-33}

Each of these three amazing projects reflects Gaudi's idea that nature should always come first and architecture should only add to it.
이 세 가지 놀라운 프로젝트 각각에는 자연이 항상 우선되어야 하고 건축은 그것에 덧붙여지는 것이어야 한다는 가우디의 생각이 반영되었다. {실1능찬SP2-4}

Conclusion and reflection: My goal wasn't to give up my smartphone completely.
결과와 반영된 생각: 내 목표는 스마트폰을 완전히 포기하는 것은 아니었다. {실1능6-5}

We believe this name reflects the style that we aim to create through our new collaboration.
이 사명이 우리가 새로운 협업을 통해서 창조하려는 스타일을 반영한다고 믿습니다. {114.1 빠바유독 3-3}

Besides faraway things, even the immediate objects around us are all afterimages of the past because there is still a time lag for the reflection of light to reach our eyes.
멀리 떨어진 것들 외에도 가까이 있는 물체들조차 모두 과거의 잔상인데 그 이유는 빛의 반사가 우리 눈에 도달하는 데 여전히 시간상의 지체가 있기 때문이다. {1809H2-33}

These conditions may be purely functional in nature, or they may also reflect in varying degrees the social, political, and economic climate.
이러한 상황들은 근본적으로 순전히 기능적이거나, 사회적, 정치적, 경제적 상황을 다양하게 반영하기도 한다. {28}

The discovery that attitudes don't always reflect actions came as a great surprise.
태도가 항상 행위를 반영하지 않는다는 것을 발견한 것은 매우 놀랍다. {29}

Students actively participate in cognitively challenging tasks that build on their ability to think, reflect, and experience success.
학생들은 생각하고, 반성하고, 그리고 성공을 경험하는 능력을 기반으로 하는, 인지적으로 어려운 과제에 적극적으로 참여합니다. {RPW 7-2}

Students actively participate in cognitively challenging tasks that build on their ability to think, reflect, and experience success.
학생들은 생각하고, 반성하고, 그리고 성공을 경험하는 능력을 기반으로 하는, 인지적으로 어려운 과제에 적극적으로 참여합니다. {RP 702}

We believe this name reflects the style that we aim to create through our new collaboration.
이 사명이 우리가 새로운 협업을 통해서 창조하려는 스타일을 반영한다고 믿습니다. {FR 303}

By reflecting upon this ability we come to realize that we must have a mind distinct from our body, and that, regardless of how much pseudo-science there is in the world, it's a grave error to confuse the mind with the body.
이 능력을 생각해 보면 우리는 신체와 구별되는 정신을 가지고 있음에 틀림없다는 것과 세상에 얼마나 많은 사이비 과학이 있는지와는 상관없이 정신과 신체를 혼동하는 것이 중대한 오류라는 것을 깨닫게 된다. {SS 1205}

Those boundaries may reflect a real division between quantities in the physical world, but these divisions are generally inaccessible to the human mind without numbers.
그러한 경계들은 물리적 세계에서 여러 양 사이의 실제적인 구분을 반영할 수 있지만, 이러한 구분들은 일반적으로 수가 없으면 인간의 정신이 이용할 수 없다. {SS T123}

Those boundaries may reflect a real division between quantities in the physical world, but these divisions are generally inaccessible to the human mind without numbers.
그러한 경계들은 물리적 세계에서 여러 양 사이의 실제적인 구분을 반영할 수 있지만, 이러한 구분들은 일반적으로 수가 없으면 인간의 정신이 이용할 수 없다. {72.8 SS T123}

By reflecting upon this ability we come to realize that we must have a mind distinct from our body, and that, regardless of how much pseudo-science there is in the world, it's a grave error to confuse the mind with the body.
이 능력을 생각해 보면 우리는 신체와 구별되는 정신을 가지고 있음에 틀림없다는 것과 세상에 얼마나 많은 사이비 과학이 있는지와는 상관없이 정신과 신체를 혼동하는 것이 중대한 오류라는 것을 깨닫게 된다. {33.3 SS 1205}

However unnoticeably, maps do indeed reflect the world views of either their makers or, more probably, the supporters of their makers, in addition to the political and social conditions under which they were made.
아무리 눈에 띄지 않는다 할지라도, 지도는 정말로, 그 지도 가 만들어지는 정치적, 사회적 환경뿐만 아니라, 지도 제작자나, 혹은 더욱 가능성이 있는 것으로서, 제작자의 후원자의 세계관을 반영한다. {1611H3-21}

The fact that language is not always reliable for causing precise meanings to be generated in someone else’s mind is a reflection of its powerful strength as a medium for creating new understanding.
언어가 어떤 사람의 정신 속에 정확한 의미가 형성되도록 하는 데 항상 신뢰할 만하지는 않다는 사실은 새로운 이해를 만들어 내는 수단으로서의 언어의 강력한 힘을 반영하는 것이다. {1611H3-22}

There are both pragmatic and cultural factors that contribute to this, reflecting the fact that food is both a biological necessity and a powerful cultural symbol.
이것을 일으키는 실용적 그리고 문화적 요인이 있는데, 음식이 생물학적 필수품이며 강력한 문화적 상징이라는 사실을 반영한다. {18영독1-8}

Poetic selfexpression reflects an experience of suffering, joy, humanity and even death that does not find its way into the medical chart or progress note.
시적인 자아 표현은 의료 차트나 경과 기록지에도 들어가지 않는 고통, 즐거움, 인 간애, 그리고 심지어 죽음에 대한 경험을 반영한다. {18영독1-11}

So you can only see that part of yourself in the mirror, reflected in the irritating behavior of another person.
그러므로 여러분은 자신의 그 부분을 다른 사람의 짜증스런 행동에 반사된 채로 거울로만 볼 수 있다. {18영독3-4}

If, for example, bad weather leads to a poor potato crop, then the price that supermarkets have to pay to their wholesalers for potatoes will go up and this will be reflected in the prices they mark on potatoes in their stores.
예를 들어, 악천후가 형편없는 감자 수확을 초래한다면, 그다음에 감잣값으로 슈퍼마켓이 자신들의 도매상에게 지급해야 하는 가격은 상승할 것이고, 이것은 그들이 자신들의 가게에 있는 감자에 매기는 가격에 반영될 것이다. {18영독3-12}

Thus, these prices do reflect the interaction of demand and supply in the wider marketplace for potatoes.
따라서 이러한 가격은 더 광범위한 감자 시장에서의 수요와 공급의 상호 작용을 실제로 반영하는 것이다. {18영독3-12}

Although they do not change in the supermarket from hour to hour to reflect local variations in demand and supply, they do change over time to reflect the underlying conditions of the overall production of and demand for the goods in question.
수요와 공급에서의 지역적 변화를 반영하기 위해 슈퍼마켓에서의 그것들(가격)이 시간마다 변하지는 않지만, 그것들은 논의 중인 상품의 전체적인 생산과 수요라는 근본적인 상황을 반영하기 위해 시간이 지나면서 실제로 변화한다. {18영독3-12}

The fluidity of memory may reflect the challenges inherent in engineering brains able to make life-and-death decisions at a moment's notice in noisy, uncertain, and ever-changing environments.
기억의 가변성은 요란하고 불확실하며 계속 변화하는 환경에서 생사가 걸린 결정을 즉석에서 내릴 수 있는 수작을 부리는 뇌에 내재하는 어려움을 반영하는 것일 수도 있다. {18영독6-4}

It dawned on me that it might be reacting to its reflection!
그것이 자신의 반사된 모습에 반응을 보이고 있는 것일지도 모른다는 것을 나는 처음으로 깨달았다. {18영독11-1214}

It turns out that my nemesis was a male spotted towhee, that it was spring — when towhees mate — and that he most likely mistook his reflected image for a competitor whom he was madly trying to chase away.
나의 강적은 얼룩무늬의 수컷 토히새였으며, 토히새가 짝짓기 하는 봄이었고, 그것은 자신의 반사된 이미지를 자신이 미친 듯이 몰아내려고 애쓰고 있었던 경쟁자로 착각했을 가능성이 가장 크다는 것이 드러난다. {18영독11-1214}

As the researchers write, “this seemingly irrational choice reflected a tendency to pre-crastinate, a term we introduce to refer to the hastening of subgoal completion, even at the expense of extra physical effort.” Putting off work on a major project by attending instead to various trivial matters can likewise be seen as “the hastening of subgoal completion.”
가는 도중에 있는 다른 양동이를 지나쳤는데, 그 양동이는 그들이 그 거리의 일부만 나르면 되는 것이었다. {18영독12-10}

By the time a story has been passed around a group of friends, it has changed in ways that reflect the community’s biases, codes of conduct, and worldviews.
하나의 이야기가 한 무리의 친구들 사이에 한 바퀴 돌았을 즈음에 그것은 공동체의 편견, 행동 수칙, 그리고 세계관을 반영하는 방식으로 변하였다. {18영독13-05}

He never tries to promote or discourage any idea or ideology, or tries to teach anything to anyone, but rather, reflects the nature of interaction among humans in different realms of tragedy, history and comedy.
그리고 아마 이것이 그의 작품에서 아름다움을 증대하는 중요한 요소 중의 하나일 것이다. {18영독14-22}

An introvert would enjoy reflecting on their thoughts, and thus would be far less likely to suffer from boredom without outside stimulation.
내성적인 사람은 자신의 생각을 즐겨 성찰할 것이고, 이리하여 외부 자극이 없어도 지루함에 시달릴 가능성이 훨씬 더 적을 것이다. {18영독15-15}

And the eight medals they hung around his neck in Athens, six of them gold, reflect that commitment. {i1top100}

The solemn tone of the novel reflects the author’s experiences during the war. {UNIT 27}

The statistics reflect a change in people’s spending habits. {UNIT 28}

The man could see himself reflected in the mirror. {UNIT 28}

The light reflected off the surface of the water. {UNIT 28}

A country’s laws reflect the people and their society. {타파 2-3}

Its fur can reflect the desert heat. {중3비이 3-1}

We apologize for any inadvertent offense taken and can assure you that we will continue to strive to reflect the vast diversity of our audience with respect and, where appropriate, with self-deprecating humor.
저희는 의도하지 않게 끼쳐 드린 그 어떤 불쾌감에 대해서도 사과드리고, 존중하는 마음으로, 그리고 적절한 경우에는 자신을 낮추는 유머로 저희 시청자의 엄청난 다양성을 반영하려고 계속 노력할 것임을 분명히 말씀드릴 수 있습니다. {128.2 SS 104}

We believe this name reflects the style that we aim to create through our new collaboration.
이 사명이 우리가 새로운 협업을 통해서 창조하려는 스타일을 반영한다고 믿습니다. {12.5 빠바유독 3-3}

And the eight medals they hung around his neck in Athens, six of them gold, reflect that commitment.
그리고 아테네에서 그의 목에 걸어 준 여덟 개의 메달(그 중 여섯 개가 금메달이었다)은 그런 헌신을 반영한다. {42.1 REPO104}

Because we see light reflecting from or transmitting through materials, the surface characteristics of these materials are critically important to the color and amount of reflected or transmitted light.
우리는 소재에서 반사되거나 소재를 통과해 투과되는 빛을 보기 때문에, 이런 소재의 표면 특징들은 반사되거나 투과되는 빛의 색과 양에 결정적으로 중요하다. {수완 13-0}

But this dramatic increase is not believed to represent a 'real' increase in the cancer's incidence and is instead believed to reflect earlier diagnosis.
그러나 이 놀라운 증가는 그 암의 발병률의 '실제' 증가를 나타내는 것으로 여겨지지 않고 대신에 더 이른 진단을 반영하는 것으로 여겨진다. {18수완 3}

They might learn to describe works in terms of their formal elements, but rarely can they explain how these function to contribute to a work's expressive power or how the expressed content reflects the perceived realities that fit its cultural location.
그들은 형식 요소의 관점에서 작품을 묘사하는 것을 배울지 모르지만, 한 작품의 표현력에 기여하기 위해 이것들이 어떻게 기능하는지 혹은 표현된 내용이 그것의 문화적 위치와 어울리는 인지된 현실을 어떻게 반영하는지에 대해서는 좀처럼 설명할 수 없다. {18수완 33}

Wisdom reflects this patient, educative experience and practice informed by basic care and affection.
지혜는 기본적인 관심과 애정의 영향을 받는 이런 참을성 있는, 교육적인 경험과 연습을 반영한다. {18수완 39}

Created centuries apart in completely different cultural, historical, and religious environments, these monuments reflect the patrons' views and overshadow, even conceal, those of the artists who created them.
완전히 다른 문화적, 역사적, 그리고 종교적 환경에서 수 세기의 시차를 두고 만들어진 이 기념물들은 후원자의 견해를 반영하고, 그것들을 만들어 낸 예술가들의 견해를 가리고, 심지어 감추기도 한다. {18수완 4142}

This is reflected in the original meaning of the word, which denoted one of equal social standing or rank.
이 점은 그 말의 원래 의미에서 드러나는데, 그것은 동등한 사회적 지위나 위계를 가진 사람을 의미했다. {18수완 32}

There is overlap between individual values and cultural values because institutions reflect the societal values shared by the individual members.
개인의 가치관과 문화적 가치관 사이에는 겹치는 부분이 있는데, 그 이유는 관습이 개인 구성원에 의해 공유된 사회적 가치관을 반영하기 때문이다. {18수완 28}

Those boundaries may reflect a real division between quantities in the physical world, but these divisions are generally inaccessible to the human mind without numbers.
그러한 경계들은 물리적 세계에서 여러 양 사이의 실제적인 구분을 반영할 수 있지만, 이러한 구분들은 일반적으로 수가 없으면 인간의 정신이 이용할 수 없다. {10 수특T123}

By reflecting upon this ability we come to realize that we must have a mind distinct from our body, and that, regardless of how much pseudo-science there is in the world, it's a grave error to confuse the mind with the body.
이 능력을 생각해 보면 우리는 신체와 구별되는 정신을 가지고 있음에 틀림없다는 것과 세상에 얼마나 많은 사이비 과학이 있는지와는 상관없이 정신과 신체를 혼동하는 것이 중대한 오류라는 것을 깨닫게 된다. {9 수특1205}

We believe this name reflects the style that we aim to create through our new collaboration.
이 사명이 우리가 새로운 협업을 통해서 창조하려는 스타일을 반영한다고 믿습니다. {61.5 빠바유독 3-3}

Part 1 Introduction Culture reflects our lives.
Part 1 서론 문화는 우리의 삶을 반영한다. {E1CL 502}

This novel way of providing his children with experience using money reflects real world use.
자녀들에게 돈을 이용한 경험을 제공하는 이 기발한 방법은 실생활의 사용을 반영 한다. {17 수만기 2-1314}

We believe this name reflects the style that we aim to create through our new collaboration.
이 사명이 우리가 새로운 협업을 통해서 창조하려는 스타일을 반영한다고 믿습니다. {54.1 빠바유독 3-3}

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Target Word: used to

They do not answer the calls of birds that have refused to help others before.
그들은 이전에 다른 새들을 돕기를 거절한 새의 부름에는 답하지 않는다. {81.2 ESH204}

A lot of plastic foam is used to make packaging containers.
많은 플라스틱 폼(일명 스티로폼)은 포장 용기를 만드는 데 사용된다. {영1천이 3-2}

She used to be strong, healthy and active. {리딩타파1 10-}

My mom used to tell me, "Dolly, study hard, and you will become a great doctor."
[Dolly] 너의 기분이 어떤지 알아. {중2시박 1}

He goes to a sharing shop where people donate used tools and machines.
그는 사람들이 중고 도구들과 기계들을 기부하는 나눔 가게에 간다. {중3시박 3}

After a while, Miss Martha went into the back room, and changed her beautiful new dress to the old brown one she used to wear.
잠시 후, Martha 양은 뒷방으로 들어가서 아름다운 새 드레스를 그녀가 입던 오래된 갈색 드레스로 갈아입었다. {중3시박 3}

Because he could not afford a watch, he used to wear a bullet attached to the chain's free end.
시계를 살 형편이 되지 않았기 때문에, 그는 시곗줄의 매여 있지 않은 끝에 총알 하나를 매달아서 차고 다니곤 했다. {RP15-1}

While Sapto used to be our competitor, it is now a strong partner.
Sapto는 우리의 경쟁사였지만, 이제는 강력한 파트너입니다. {43.1 61.5 빠바유독 3-3}

When I was a little girl, you used to be strong, healthy, and active. {타파1 4-1}

She used to laugh a lot. {타파1 4-3}

Floppy disks used to be everywhere.
플로피 디스크는 어디에나 있었다. {6-3 이게 뭐예요?}

As soon as we get used to storing information one way, something new replaces it.
우리가 정보를 한 방향으로 저장하는 것에 익숙해지면, 뭔가 새로운 것이 그것을 대체한다. {6-3 이게 뭐예요?}

They do not answer the calls of birds that have refused to help others before.
그들은 이전에 다른 새들을 돕기를 거절한 새의 부름에는 답하지 않는다. {13 ESH204}

While dogs have been used in nursing homes, hospitals, and prisons, this is the first time dogs have been used to help children become better readers.
개들이 양로원, 병원, 감 옥에서 이용되어 오긴 했지만, 아이들이 더 나은 독서가가 되도록 돕는 데 이용된 것은 이번이 처음이다. {15.0 수만기 2-12}

As for me, my favorite color is green, but I felt it did not go well with my skin tone, so I used to avoid wearing it.
저의 경우, 제가 제일 좋아하는 색상은 초록색이지만, 그것이 제 피부색과 어울리지 않는다고 생각해서 그것을 입는 것을 피하곤 했습니다. {4 영비홍 2-2}

Some people believe that this turned into "omelette," the word still used today.
이 이야기가 곧 퍼져서 사람들은 그 유명한 요리를 'hommeleste'이라고 부르기 시작했다. {주니어리딩튜텨입문-4}

A nudge is used to gently persuade someone to do something.
넛지는 누군가가 무언가를 하도록 부드럽게 설득하는 데 사용된다. {주니어리딩튜텨입문-3}

Later, the information was used to make the animated 3D character move and express emotions.
나중에, 그 정보는 만화 영화로 된 그 3D 캐릭터가 움직이고 감정들을 표현하게 하는 데 사용되었다. {주니어리딩튜텨입문-4}

Since then, the word has been used to describe the act of people doing something just because others are doing it.
그때 이후로, 그 말은 단지 다른 사람들이 그것을 하고 있기 때문에 무언가를 하는 사람들의 행동을 묘사하는 데 사용되어 왔다. {주니어리딩튜텨입문-2}

They wore the patches so that one eye could get used to the dark.
그들은 한쪽 눈이 어둠에 익숙해지게 하기 위해 안대를 착용했다. {주니어리딩튜텨입문-4}

If a man refused to pay, the police shaved his beard off!
만약 한 남성이 지불하기를 거부하면, 경찰은 그의 수염을 깎아버렸다! {주니어리딩튜텨입문-4}

Angela mentioned that for a long time she had wanted to get back into acting, which she used to do in college.
Angela는 오랫동안 연기를 다시 해보고 싶었다고 말했고, 그것은 그녀가 대학 시절에 했던 것이었다. {1643-4345}

Emotional eating is a popular term used to describe eating that is influenced by emotions, both positive and negative. {순서db}

This average value can then be used to provide a simple description of an entire population or a sample.
그런 다음 이 평균값은 전체 모집단 또는 샘플에 대한 간단한 설명을 제공하기 위해 사용될 수 있다. {영독 48}

This strategy is used to reinforce the species barrier between them and us.
이 전략은 동물과 우리 사이에 있는 종 간의 장벽을 강화하기 위해 사용된다. {영독 54}

But no matter how many times John asked, Hollis refused to send him a photograph.
하지만 John이 아무리 많이 부탁해도, Hollis는 그에게 사진을 보내는 것을 거부했다. {영독 91214}

Hospitals used to be required to perform autopsies on a certain percentage of deaths at their institution as a quality control measure.
병원은 이전에 (서비스의) 품질 관리 수단으로 그 병원 시설에서 사망한 사람의 특정 비율에 대한 부검을 실시할 것을 요구 받았었다. {19영독 12-01}

Anyway, I'm used to paying for my younger friends now.
아무튼, 저는 이제 저보다 어린 친구들을 위해 돈을 내는 것에 익숙해져 있습니다. {5-2}

I used to remember all the important phone numbers by heart.
나는 예전에 모든 중요한 전화번호를 외워서 기억하곤 했었다. {영2천이3-2}

Before, I used to study the roads and try different routes to get to my destination.
예를 들어, 내가 길 찾기가 필요하지 않을 때도 자동적으로 네비게이션 어플을 켠다. {영2천이3-2}

After all, a few photocopied pages in their notebook now represent information that used to be in a big, thick book.
하지만 그들의 공책에 있는 몇 장의 복사된 페이지들이 이제는 크고 두꺼운 책에 있던 정보를 대표한다. {1833-23}

In other cases, criteria such as income, age, residence, or the payment of certain taxes or charges are used to determine eligibility to receive benefits.
또 다른 경우에는, 수입, 나이, 거주, 또는 특정 세금이나 요금의 납부와 같은 기준이 혜택을 받기 위한 자격을 결정하기 위해 사용된다. {1733.36}

However, euphemisms can become dangerous when they are used to create misperceptions of important issues.
그러나 완곡어법은 중요한 문제점들에 대해 잘못된 인식을 만들도록 사용될 때 위험해질 수 있다. {1111H3-31}

Ellyn McColgan says, "I used to say to people all the time, 'I can help you figure out just about any problem you throw at me, but is that really what you want from me?
Ellyn McColgan은 이렇게 말한다, "나는 항상 사람들에게 '당신이 나에게 가져오는 어떤 문제에 대해 당신이 해결책을 발견할 수 있도록 내가 도와 줄 수는 있지만, 그것이 정말로 당신이 나로부터 원하는 것인가요'라고 말했지요. {1111H3-42}

Walking to the bus stop used to provide at least some movement, but now most public transportation is limited, so suburban people drive everywhere.
버스 정류장까지 걸어가는 것이 적어도 약간의 운동을 제공해 주곤 했지만, 지금은 대부분의 대중교통이 제한적이어서 교외에 사는 사람들은 어디든 운전을 하고 다닌다. {1531-39}

The king was taking a rest in the area near Sangdo, which used to be a thick forest with few houses around.
왕이 그 근처의 상도에서 휴식을 취하고 있었는데, 그곳은 주변에 집이 몇 개 없는 무성한 숲이었던 곳입니다. {영2천이7-2}

But do you know why our ancestors used to give such a plain and ugly name to a baby?
하지만 왜 우리의 조상들이 아이들에게 그토록 평범하고 이상한 이름을 주었는지 아십니까? {영2천이7-5}

He probably tried hard to paint the way his friend used to paint.
그는 분명 그의 친구가 그림을 그리는 방식으로 그리고자 노력했던 것이다. {영1천김6-5}

Later on, it was used to store weapons by the army.
나중에, 그곳은 군대에 의해 무기를 보관하기 위해 사용되었다. {컨셉-2}

By and by, they learn bad things, get used to harmful ways of living, and accept this way of life.
점차, 그들은 나쁜 것을 배우고, 삶의 유해한 방식에 적응하며, 이런 삶의 방식을 받아들이게 된다. {컨셉-3}

In this day and age, we are used to seeing women play sports in pants.
이 시대의 오늘날, 우리는 여성들이 바지를 입고 운동을 하는 것을 보는 것에 익숙하다. {컨셉-67}

Scientists who have journeyed to Africa have watched elephants in the wild for years, allowing the elephants to get used to them so that they could observe their behavior at close range.
아프리카 여행을 한 적이 있는 과학자들이 여러 해 동안 야생상태의 코끼리들을 살펴보았고, 그들의 행동을 가까운 곳에서 관찰하기 위해서 코끼리가 자신들에게 익숙해지도록 했다. {컨셉-2}

Some experts are so convinced that colors have a strong effect on us that they believe color can be used to heal.
일부 전문가들은 색깔이 우리에게 강한 영향을 미친다고 너무나 확신하기 때문에 색깔이 치료에 사용될 수 있다고 믿는다. {컨셉-3}

William James used to preach the "will to believe."
William James는 "믿고자 하는 의지"를 설교하곤 했다. {컨셉-2}

Even when a comedy program is broadcast in the evening, opening performers are often used to get audiences in the right mood.
아침에 맨 먼저 웃는 사람은 거의 없으므로, 방송 코미디 프로그램들은 하루 중에 마음을 느긋하게 해주는 때에 방송 일정이 맞춰져 있다. {컨셉-3}

While dogs have been used in nursing homes, hospitals, and prisons, this is the first time dogs have been used to help children become better readers.
개들이 양로원, 병원, 감 옥에서 이용되어 오긴 했지만, 아이들이 더 나은 독서가가 되도록 돕는 데 이용된 것은 이번이 처음이다. {수만기 2-12}

(④) They are trying to raise awareness of the damage caused to mangroves by shrimp farming.
개들이 양로원, 병원, 감 옥에서 이용되어 오긴 했지만, 아이들이 더 나은 독서가가 되도록 돕는 데 이용된 것은 이번이 처음이다. {수만기 4-13}

Scientists used to think that the brain was done growing by the time you turned 12 since the brain reaches its maximum size around that age.
과학자들은 뇌가 12살 즈음에 최대 크기에 다다르기 때문에 그 무렵에는 뇌의 성장이 완료된다고 생각했습니다. {영능김 2}

While dogs have been used in nursing homes, hospitals, and prisons, this is the first time dogs have been used to help children become better readers.
개들이 양로원, 병원, 감 옥에서 이용되어 오긴 했지만, 아이들이 더 나은 독서가가 되도록 돕는 데 이용된 것은 이번이 처음이다. {수만기 2-12}

As for me, my favorite color is green, but I felt it did not go well with my skin tone, so I used to avoid wearing it.
저의 경우, 제가 제일 좋아하는 색상은 초록색이지만, 그것이 제 피부색과 어울리지 않는다고 생각해서 그것을 입는 것을 피하곤 했습니다. {영비홍 2-2}

These microplastics are very difficult to measure once they are small enough to pass through the nets typically used to collect them.
이러한 미세 플라스틱은 일단 그것들을 수거하는데 일반적으로 사용되는 그물망을 통과할 만큼 충분히 작아지면 측정하기가 매우 어렵다. {1861-28}

As time passes, however, they get used to what they have and, just like the smell of fresh bread, these wonderful assets disappear from their consciousness.
그러나 시간이 지남에 따라, 사람들은 그들이 가진 것에 익숙해지고, 마치 갓 구운 빵 냄새처럼 이런 소중한 것들은 의식 속에서 사라진다. {1761-21}

Some African countries find it difficult to feed their own people or provide safe drinking water, yet precious water is used to produce export crops for European markets.
일부 아프리카 국가들은 자국민들을 먹여 살리거나 안전한 식수를 공급하는 데 어려움을 겪고 있음에도 불구하고 귀한 물은 유럽 시장에 수출하는 작물을 생산하는 데 사용된다. {1761-33}

Despite its accuracy, there was no clear use for the device until it was used to measure fluctuations in ocean temperature.
정확성에도 불구하고 해수 온도의 변화를 측정하는 데 사용될 때까지 그 장비에 대한 분명한 용도가 없었다. {1409H3-31}

Scientists used to think that animals would risk their lives like this only for kin with whom they shared common genes.
과학자들은 동물들이 오직 공통 유전자를 나눠 가진 친족을 위해서만 이처럼 생명을 건 위험을 무릅쓸 것으로 생각했었다. {1409H3-35}

Scientists used to think that animals would risk their lives like this only for kin with whom they shared common genes.
과학자들은 동물들이 오직 공통 유전자를 나눠 가진 친족을 위해서만 이처럼 생명을 건 위험을 무릅쓸 것으로 생각했었다. {North Korea seems to be operating uranium enrichment facilities normally at the Yongbyon nuclear complex, South Korea's spy agency was quoted as saying by lawmakers."(North Korea's) uranium enrichment facilities have been in normal operation, even before the recent summit between the United States and North Korea," the National Intelligence Service was quoted as telling lawmakers at the closed-door briefing Tuesday. (Yonhap)The spy agency said that North Korea stopped the operation of its 5-megawatt reactor at its sprawling nuclear complex in Yongbyon late last year with no signs of reprocessing activities.At a press briefing Tuesday, lawmakers said the North has been keeping the nuclear reactor dormant, but they did not make public the NIS's briefing on the North's uranium enrichment activities at Yongbyon.The Yongbyon complex includes the 5-megawatt reactor, spent fuel reprocessing facilities and research and uranium enrichment buildings.Its uranium enrichment facilities came under the international spotlight in November 2010 when US nuclear scientist Siegfried Hecker was invited to see 2,000 centrifuges capable of producing up to 40 kg of highly enriched uranium.US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un ended their second summit in Hanoi last week without any agreement due to their differences on the scope of denuclearization and sanctions relief.Washington said the North demanded the lifting of sanctions "in their entirety" in exchange for its offer to dismantle only the main Yongbyon nuclear complex. Washington wants denuclearization in other areas, reportedly including uranium enrichment facilities hidden elsewhere.But the North rejected the claim, saying that it only demanded partial relief of sanctions linked to people's livelihoods and that the US pressed the North to do more in addition to removing the Yongbyon facilities.The NIS also said the movement of vehicles used to transport supplies was spotted at the Saneum-dong missile research center on the outskirts of Pyongyang.The center is known to have produced two intercontinental ballistic missiles including the Hwasong-15."Vehicle movements, apparently aimed at maintaining facilities, have continued to be detected near the Saneum-dong," an official at Seoul's defense ministry said, adding that the activity is nothing new."If there is a facility, there will inevitably be some activity to maintain it," the official said.The NIS said it detected signs of the North restoring part of the Dongchang-ri missile launch site that it began to dismantle last year.Trump said Wednesday he would be "disappointed" if reports that North Korea is rebuilding a missile engine test site are true. "We are closely monitoring North Korea's nuclear and missile facilities, including the Dongchang-ri site and the Saneum-dong center," Choi Hyun-soo, the defense ministry spokeswoman, said during a regular press briefing."South Korea and the US are keeping close coordination (in sharing) military intelligence," she added. (Yonhap) }

Salespeople and other forms of promotion are used to create demand for a firm's current products.
회사의 현재 제품에 대한 수요를 창출하기 위해 판매원 그리고 다른 형태의 판촉이 사용된다. {1732-37}

We're simply substituting labor in the recycling center for energy and huge machines used to extract new materials in remote places.
우리는 먼 지역에서 새로운 자재를 추출하기 위해 사용된 에너지와 거대한 기계들을 재활용 센터의 노동력으로 대체하고 있을 뿐이다. {1611H2-37}

Despite the coach's negative perspective, Conner refused to accept such limitations that he pointed out.
그 코치의 부정적인 견해에도 불구하고 Conner는 그(Paul Ziert)가 지적했던 그러한 한계들을 받아들이기를 거부하였다. {1611H2-4345}

He used to listen to music while he rode his bike.
세준이는 자전거를 타는 동안 음악을 듣곤 했다. {중3금민 2}

For example, as it was hit almost 25 times a year, the Empire State Building used to be used as a lightning research center.
예를 들어, 일 년에 거의 25번이나 번개에 맞았기 때문에 엠파이어스테이트 빌딩은 번개 연구소로 사용되기도 했다. {중3금민 1}

However, it can be used to help decide whether or not to evacuate people from towns and cities in a storm's path.
그렇지만, 이것은 폭풍의 경로에 있는 마을이나 도시 사람들의 대피 여부를 결정하는 것을 돕는 데 사용될 수 있다. {빠바구문 4}

It is being used to identify traditionally tricky conditions, such as stomach disorders.
그것은 위장병처럼 전통적으로 찾아내기 어려운 질환들을 확인하기 위해서 사용되고 있다. {빠바구문 4}

Therefore, during times of depression, gold prices rise, as people lose faith in money and view gold as an asset that can always be used to purchase necessities.
따라서, 불경기에는 사람들이 화폐에 대한 신뢰를 잃고 금을 필수품을 구매하기 위해서 언제든지 사용될 수 있는 자산으로 여기기 때문에 금값이 오른다. {빠바구문 3}

What's more, most VAAs collect and save data anonymously, allowing it to be used to create informative reports about the country's political situation.
게다가, 대부분의 VAA는 익명으로 데이터를 수집하고 저장하여 그것이 국가의 정치 상황에 대한 유익한 보고서를 만드는 데 사용되도록 한다. {빠바구문 8}

This packaging can be used to make wrappers or bottles for any food, and it actually takes the taste of whatever it contains!
이는 바로 식용 포장지이다. {빠바구문 9}

This income is used to fund green campaigns that combat global warming.
게다가, 몇몇 항공사들은 탄소 상쇄 정책을 채택하고 있는데, 이것은 승객들이 자발적으로 비행에 대한 탄소 비용을 지불하도록 요청받는 정책이다. {빠바구문 2}

There are also concerns about the plastic used to make the bottles.
또한 병을 만드는 데 사용되는 플라스틱에 관한 우려들도 있다. {빠바구문 8}

Tally sticks were especially common in England and were used to collect taxes for several centuries until 1826, when they were abolished.
엄대는 특히 영국에서 흔했고 그것들이 폐지된 1826년까지 수 세기 동안 세금을 징수하는 데 사용 되었다. {빠바구문 8}

Some scientists say that the urine we flush away every day could be used to generate new brain cells.
어떤 과학자들은 우리가 매일 변기에 내려보내는 소변이 새로운 뇌세포들을 만들어 내는 데 사용될 수 있다고 말한다. {빠바구문 3}

Unfortunately, when she was hospitalized for six months in 1977, Gödel refused to eat and eventually starved to death.
불행하게도, 그녀가 1977년에 6개월 동안 병원에 입원했을 때, Gödel은 먹기를 거부하다가 결국 굶어 죽었다. {빠바구문 4}

For example, undersea pipes used to transport oil are in a state of negative pressure; therefore, any break in the pipeline will cause it to fill with ocean water.
예를 들어, 석유를 운송하기 위해 사용되는 해저 배관은 부압 상태에 있다. {빠바구문 4}

For this reason, a system of gauges and valves is used to adjust and control their pressure.
이러한 시(市)의 수도관이 파손되면, 그것은 오염된 지하수를 빨아들일 가능성이 있는데, 이 오염된 지하수는 상수도로 유입될 수 있다. {빠바구문 4}

Her arrest, trial, and sentence of a fine that she refused to pay became a model for other suffrage protests.
그녀의 체포, 재판, 그리고 그녀가 내기를 거부한 벌금의 선고는 다른 투표권 시위들에 본보기가 되었다. {올림 5-2}

Because a great deal of science fiction is rooted in science, it can be used to bring literature out of the English classroom and into the science classroom.
많은 공상 과학 소설이 과학에 기초를 두고 있기 때문에 그것은 문학을 영어 교실에서 끌어내어 과학 교실로 가져오기 위해 사용될 수 있다. {1509H1-21}

She told him how they used to weep, both of them, each time he had to go away, but how happy they were when he returned.
노부인은 남편이 출장을 갈 때마다 그들이 둘 다 얼마나 울곤 했었는지, 그러나 남편이 돌아올 때는 얼마나 행복했는지를 그에게 말했다. {1509H1-4345}

9When all the people saw him walking and praising God, 10they recognized him as the same man who used to sit begging at the temple gate called Beautiful, and they were filled with wonder and amazement at what had happened to him. {Acts}

And all the believers used to meet together in Solomon's Colonnade. {Acts}

39"But our fathers refused to obey him. {Acts}

2But the Jews who refused to believe stirred up the Gentiles and poisoned their minds against the brothers. {Acts}

9But some of them became obstinate; they refused to believe and publicly maligned the Way. {Acts}

In fact, medicine used to fight depression works in the same way—.
사실, 우울증을 퇴치하는 데 사용되는 약은 같은 방식으로 작용한다. {빠바 105}

While Sapto used to be our competitor, it is now a strong partner.
Sapto는 우리의 경쟁사였지만, 이제는 강력한 파트너입니다. {빠바 303}

Some years ago, a clothing company used to send out an automated reply that read, "While we cannot get back to you personally, we do appreciate your input."
몇 년 전, 한 의류 회사가 "저희가 개별적으로 답신을 해드리지는 못하지만 귀하의 의견을 정말 가치 있게 여깁니다'라고 쓰인 자동으로 작성된 답신을 보내곤 했다. {SS 1112}

Abduction is a process of reasoning used to decide which explanation of given phenomena we should select, and so, naturally, it is also called 'argument to the best explanation'.
귀추법은 주어진 현상에 대해 어떤 설명을 선택해야 할 것인지 결정하는데 사용되는 추론의 과정이고 그래서 당연히 그것은 '최선의 설명을 향해 가는 논증'이라고 불린다. {SS 1902}

Such clothing is now used to provide insight on the high value placed on textiles in the past, as well as to how that value has diminished over time.
현재 이러한 옷은 과거에 직물에 매겨진 높은 가치에 대한 통찰력을 제공하며, 이에 더하여 그 가치가 시간이 지남에 따라 어떻게 감소해왔는지에 대해서도 통찰력을 준다. {SS 2002}

"Tree" has three phonemes: /t/, /r/, and /i/ (/i/ is used to write the "ee" sound in standard sound transcriptions).
'Tree'에는 /t/, /r/, 그리고 /i/의 세 가지 음소가 있다 (/i/는 표준 발음 표기에서 'ee'의 발음을 기술하기 위하여 사용된다.) {SS 2901}

That might take a little practice, especially if you're someone who's used to saying 'yes' to everything that's asked of you.
그것은 약간의 연습이 필요할 수도 있는데, 특히 여러분이 자신에게 요구되는 모든 것에 '네'라고 말하는 데 익숙한 사람이라면 말이다. {SS T203}

While Mr. Baker used to be a baker, today his name is not related to his profession.
Baker 씨는 한때 제빵사였지만, 오늘날 그의 이름은 그의 직업과 관련이 없다. {SS T315}

After the performance, the three refused to pay their bill, telling the owner of the café:.
공연이 끝난 후 그 세 명은 그 카페 주인에게 다음과 같이 말하며 자신들의 요금을 내기를 거부했다. {1609H3-42}

Earrings made of silver or gold had practical purposes as well—if the pirate died at sea, they were used to pay for funeral expenses when his body washed ashore.
은이나 금으로 만들어진 귀고리는 또한 실용적인 용도를 가지고 있었다. {4}

In cases such as this, the earrings would also be used to pay the cost of transporting the pirate’s body.
어떤 해적들은 자신의 시신이 가족에게 확실히 보내지도록 하기 위해서 자신의 귀고리에 심지어 고향 이름을 새겨 넣기까지 했다. {4}

It used to include sensibility, sensitivity, awareness, reason, wit, etc.
그것은 감각, 감성, 인지, 이성, 재치 등을 포함하곤 했다. {4142}

Yet we have become used to describing machines that portray emotional states or can sense our emotional states as exemplars of "affective computing."
하지만 우리는 감정 상태를 표현하거나 우리의 감정 상태를 알아챌 수 있는 기계들을 'affective computing(감성 컴퓨팅)'의 전형으로 묘사하는 것에 익숙해져 왔다. {4142}

"I used to look for them a lot and I never found one."
"왜요"라고 그(Michael)가 물었다. {4345}

Some years ago, a clothing company used to send out an automated reply that read, "While we cannot get back to you personally, we do appreciate your input."
몇 년 전, 한 의류 회사가 "저희가 개별적으로 답신을 해드리지는 못하지만 귀하의 의견을 정말 가치 있게 여깁니다'라고 쓰인 자동으로 작성된 답신을 보내곤 했다. {SS 1112}

Abduction is a process of reasoning used to decide which explanation of given phenomena we should select, and so, naturally, it is also called 'argument to the best explanation'.
귀추법은 주어진 현상에 대해 어떤 설명을 선택해야 할 것인지 결정하는데 사용되는 추론의 과정이고 그래서 당연히 그것은 '최선의 설명을 향해 가는 논증'이라고 불린다. {SS 1902}

Such clothing is now used to provide insight on the high value placed on textiles in the past, as well as to how that value has diminished over time.
현재 이러한 옷은 과거에 직물에 매겨진 높은 가치에 대한 통찰력을 제공하며, 이에 더하여 그 가치가 시간이 지남에 따라 어떻게 감소해왔는지에 대해서도 통찰력을 준다. {SS 2002}

In every aisle, in every store, what used to be a relatively modest selection of four or five just a generation ago has somehow turned a selection of thousands.
모든 복도에서, 모든 가게에서, 한 세대 이전에는 네 다섯가지의 비교적 단순한 선택이었던 것이 어쩌다 수천 가지의 선택으로 변해 버렸다. {RM 1004}

She recently sustained a stress fracture in her foot because she refused to listen to her overworked body, instead continuing to run toward an unreasonable workout target.
그녀는 혹사당한 몸에 귀 기울이는 것을 거부하고 대신에 터무니 없는 운동 목표를 향하여 계속해서 달렸기 때문에 최근 자신의 발에 피로 골절을 입었다. {1711H2-22}

To demonstrate the idea of time to temple students, Chinese priests used to dangle a rope from the temple ceiling with knots representing the hours.
사원의 제자들에게 시간의 개념을 설명하기 위해 중국의 사제들은 시각을 나타내는 매듭이 있는 밧줄을 사원 천장에 매달곤 했다. {1711H2-28}

Power distance is the term used to refer to how widely an unequal distribution of power is accepted by the members of a culture.
'권력 거리'는 권력의 불평등한 분배가 한 문화의 구성원들에 의해 얼마나 널리 수용되는지를 나타내는 데 사용되는 용어이다. {1711H2-40}

As used today, the first ten characters of the system represent the first ten letters of the alphabet and the ten Arabic numerals.
오늘날에 사용되듯이, 이 체계의 첫 10개의 모양들은 알파벳의 첫 10문자와, 아라비아 숫자의 첫 10개를 나타낸다. {심화2-8}

For use in his writing system, he adapted a device Barbier had used to write sonography - a grooved slate to hold the paper, and a sliding ruler to guide the stylus.
그의 쓰기 체계를 사용하기 위해서 그는 Barbier가 음파 홀로그래피를 쓰기위해 사용했던 장치를 받아들였다 - 종이를 고정하기 위한 홈이 있는 판, 첨펜을 잘 사용하게 도와주는 계산자. {심화2-9}

This technological strategy is used today by some fashion firms.
오늘날 일부 패션 회사들은 이러한 기술 전략을 사용한다. {1533-37}

He used to have many pimples.
여드름이 많았던 적이 많았죠. {3-2 네 비법을 알려줘}

You find that you have less in common than you used to.
여러분은 예전보다 공유하는 것이 더 적다는 것을 알게 된다. {1731-37}

It was not easy to understand his accent at first, but we got used to it little by little.
처음에는 그의 억양을 이해하는 것이 쉽지 않았지만, 우리는 조금씩 그것에 익숙해졌다. {중3천김 1}

She also told us that there used to be a special gate called a jeongnang.
그녀는 또한 우리에게 정낭이라고 불리는 특별한 대문이 있었다고 말해 주었다. {중3천김 1}

We used to travel with big tour companies, but this time we decided to take bike tours with local residents.
우리는 큰 여행사와 여행을 하곤 했지만, 이번에는 지역 주민들과 함께 자전거 여행을 하기로 했다. {중3천김 2}

Actually, strong magnets are used to slow down the car.
실제로 강력한 자석이 차량의 속력을 늦추기 위해서 사용된다. {중3천김 2}

The classroom, which used to be full of my students, is empty.
교실은 나의 학생들로 가득 찼었는데, 비어있다. {중3천김 2}

They do not answer the calls of birds that have refused to help others before.
그들은 이전에 다른 새들을 돕기를 거절한 새의 부름에는 답하지 않는다. {영시한 2-4}

Volunteering gave me deep gratitude for the comforts and opportunities I used to take for granted.
자원봉사는 내가 당연시 여기던 편안함과 기회들에 대해 깊이 감사하게 해 주었다. {영시한 SP1-3}

Volunteers record what they pick up and the data is used to find out the sources of trash, and to study how to reduce trash.
자원봉사자들은 자신들이 주운 것을 기록하고 그 자료는 쓰레기의 원인들을 알아내고 쓰레기를 줄이는 방법을 연구하는 데 사용된다. {영시한 SP1-7}

Yet, in this case, you will likely buy more ice cream as well, since ice cream and topping are often used together.
그러나 이번 경우에는 아이스크림도 더 많이 사게 될 확률이 높은데, 왜냐하면 아이스크림과 토핑은 종종 함께 사용되기 때문이다. {1706H2-35}

She recently sustained a stress fracture in her foot because she refused to listen to her overworked body, instead continuing to run toward an unreasonable workout target.
그녀는 혹사당한 몸에 귀 기울이는 것을 거부하고 대신에 터무니 없는 운동 목표를 향하여 계속해서 달렸기 때문에 최근 자신의 발에 피로 골절을 입었다. {1711H2-22}

Power distance is the term used to refer to how widely an unequal distribution of power is accepted by the members of a culture.
'권력 거리'는 권력의 불평등한 분배가 한 문화의 구성원들에 의해 얼마나 널리 수용되는지를 나타내는 데 사용되는 용어이다. {1711H2-40}

10 Then too, I saw the wicked buried-those who used to come and go from the holy place and receive praise in the city where they did this. {}

"4 These things I remember as I pour out my soul: how I used to go with the multitude, leading the procession to the house of God, with shouts of joy and thanksgiving among the festive throng. {}

2 When I was in distress, I sought the Lord; at night I stretched out untiring hands and my soul refused to be comforted. {}

9 The men of Ephraim, though armed with bows, turned back on the day of battle; 10 they did not keep God's covenant and refused to live by his law. {}

4 His sons used to take turns holding feasts in their homes, and they would invite their three sisters to eat and drink with them. {}

12 But when the attendants delivered the king's command, Queen Vashti refused to come. {}

"4 Day after day they spoke to him but he refused to comply. {}

17 They refused to listen and failed to remember the miracles you performed among them. {}

Stubbornly they turned their backs on you, became stiff-necked and refused to listen. {}

He was closely associated with Tobiah, 5 and he had provided him with a large room formerly used to store the grain offerings and incense and temple articles, and also the tithes of grain, new wine and oil prescribed for the Levites, singers and gatekeepers, as well as the contributions for the priests. {}

16 When all Israel saw that the king refused to listen to them, they answered the king: "What share do we have in David, what part in Jesse's son? {}

But he refused to drink it; instead, he poured it out before the Lord . {}

8 From Tebah and Cun, towns that belonged to Hadadezer, David took a great quantity of bronze, which Solomon used to make the bronze Sea, the pillars and various bronze articles. {}

He used to pour water on the hands of Elijah. {}

5 Let every priest receive the money from one of the treasurers, and let it be used to repair whatever damage is found in the temple. {}

Now Moabite raiders used to enter the country every spring. {}

16 At that time Menahem, starting out from Tirzah, attacked Tiphsah and everyone in the city and its vicinity, because they refused to open their gates. {}

16 When all Israel saw that the king refused to listen to them, they answered the king: "What share do we have in David, what part in Jesse's son? {}

He lay on his bed sulking and refused to eat. {}

"15 As soon as Jezebel heard that Naboth had been stoned to death, she said to Ahab, "Get up and take possession of the vineyard of Naboth the Jezreelite that he refused to sell you. {}

"23 But Asahel refused to give up the pursuit; so Abner thrust the butt of his spear into Asahel's stomach, and the spear came out through his back. {}

9 Then she took the pan and served him the bread, but he refused to eat. {}

"14 But he refused to listen to her, and since he was stronger than she, he raped her. {}

But he refused to listen to her. {}

Although Absalom urged him, he still refused to go, but gave him his blessing. {}

26 Whenever he cut the hair of his head-he used to cut his hair from time to time when it became too heavy for him-he would weigh it, and its weight was two hundred shekels by the royal standard. {}

29 Then Absalom sent for Joab in order to send him to the king, but Joab refused to come to him. {}

So he sent a second time, but he refused to come. {}

"32 When David arrived at the summit, where people used to worship God, Hushai the Arkite was there to meet him, his robe torn and dust on his head. {}

18 She continued, "Long ago they used to say, 'Get your answer at Abel,' and that settled it. {}

But he refused to drink it; instead, he poured it out before the Lord . {}

"19 But the people refused to listen to Samuel. {}

"9 (Formerly in Israel, if a man went to inquire of God, he would say, "Come, let us go to the seer," because the prophet of today used to be called a seer.) {}

39 David fastened on his sword over the tunic and tried walking around, because he was not used to them. {}

"I cannot go in these," he said to Saul, "because I am not used to them." {}

They refused to give up their evil practices and stubborn ways. {}

29 They named it Dan after their forefather Dan, who was born to Israel-though the city used to be called Laish. {}

15 (Hebron used to be called Kiriath Arba after Arba, who was the greatest man among the Anakites.) {}

"10 (The Emites used to live there-a people strong and numerous, and as tall as the Anakites. {}

12 Horites used to live in Seir, but the descendants of Esau drove them out. {}

"20 (That too was considered a land of the Rephaites, who used to live there; but the Ammonites called them Zamzummites. {}

"30 But Sihon king of Heshbon refused to let us pass through. {}

(The whole region of Argob in Bashan used to be known as a land of the Rephaites. {}

9 "They are to take a blue cloth and cover the lampstand that is for light, together with its lamps, its wick trimmers and trays, and all its jars for the oil used to supply it. {}

21 Since Edom refused to let them go through their territory, Israel turned away from them. {}

"13 The next morning Balaam got up and said to Balak's princes, "Go back to your own country, for the Lord has refused to let me go with you. {}

"14 So the Moabite princes returned to Balak and said, "Balaam refused to come with us. {}

3 You must not do as they do in Egypt, where you used to live, and you must not do as they do in the land of Canaan, where I am bringing you. {}

But you refused to let him go; so I will kill your firstborn son.' {}

15 When Pharaoh stubbornly refused to let us go, the Lord killed every firstborn in Egypt, both man and animal. {}

4 Make two gold rings for the altar below the molding-two on opposite sides-to hold the poles used to carry it. {}

7 Now Moses used to take a tent and pitch it outside the camp some distance away, calling it the "tent of meeting." {}

27 They made two gold rings below the molding-two on opposite sides-to hold the poles used to carry it. {}

27 The 100 talents of silver were used to cast the bases for the sanctuary and for the curtain-100 bases from the 100 talents, one talent for each base. {}

19 He called that place Bethel, though the city used to be called Luz. {}

35 All his sons and daughters came to comfort him, but he refused to be comforted. {}

"10 And though she spoke to Joseph day after day, he refused to go to bed with her or even be with her. {}

13 Within three days Pharaoh will lift up your head and restore you to your position, and you will put Pharaoh's cup in his hand, just as you used to do when you were his cupbearer. {}

24 By faith Moses, when he had grown up, refused to be known as the son of Pharaoh's daughter. {}

Others were tortured and refused to be released, so that they might gain a better resurrection. {}

5 Or do you think Scripture says without reason that the spirit he caused to live in us envies intensely? {}

5 For this is the way the holy women of the past who put their hope in God used to make themselves beautiful. {}

15 He was given power to give breath to the image of the first beast, so that it could speak and cause all who refused to worship the image to be killed. {}

9 They were seared by the intense heat and they cursed the name of God, who had control over these plagues, but they refused to repent and glorify him. {}

Men gnawed their tongues in agony 11 and cursed the God of heaven because of their pains and their sores, but they refused to repent of what they had done. {}

Some robots are used to do work in extreme environments like the deep sea.
어떤 로봇들은 심해와 같은 극한 환경에서 작업하는 데 사용된다. {5-1}

So they used to give children bad names such as "Gaeddongi."
그래서 그들은 아이들에게 "개똥이"와 같은 나쁜 이름들을 지어 주곤 했습니다. {중2능김 1}

1) Green Energy in the Present: Cow Dung Energy Interestingly, cow dung can be used to make electricity.
1) 현재의 그린 에너지: 소 배설물 에너지 흥미롭게도, 소 배설물은 전기를 만드는 데 사용될 수 있습니다. {중2능김 1}

The ancient Greeks used to wrap their hands in leather strips in an attempt to protect their hands, but there was no padding in these early boxing gloves.
고대 그리스인들은 손을 보호하기 위한 시도로 가죽으로 된 조각들로 손을 감싸곤 했지만, 이러한 초기의 권투 장갑에는 속에 채워 넣는 것이 없었다. {파사쥬구문 6}

I used to love coming home from school and watching reruns of old TV shows.
나는 학교에서 집으로 돌아와 오래된 텔레비전 프로그램의 재방송을 보는 것을 좋아하곤 했다. {파사쥬구문 2}

If Purex is really used to wash oil off animals, why couldn't they use the scene of an actual rescue?
만약 Purex가 정말로 동물들의 기름을 씻어내는 데 사용된다면, 왜 그들은 실제 구조 장면을 사용할 수 없었을까? {파사쥬구문 2}

Humans tend to like what they have grown up in and gotten used to.
인간은 자신이 자라고 익숙해진 것을 좋아하는 경향이 있다. {1931-34}

'Economics of Happiness' is a label often used to refer to a recent approach to assessing welfare which combines the techniques typically used by economists with those more commonly used by psychologists.
'행복 경제학'은 경제학자들이 일반적으로 사용하는 기법들과 심리학자들이 더 흔히 사용하는 기법들을 결합한, 복지를 평가하는 새로운 접근법을 가리킬 때 자주 사용되는 칭호이다. {18수특14-4}

In children's play, objects may support the imaginative process as 'transitional objects'; these no longer have the meaning they have in the real world, but are used to represent a missing object.
아이들의 놀이에서 물체는 '이행 대상'으로서 상상의 과정을 도울 수 있는데, 이들은 실제 세계에서 가지는 의미를 더 이상 가지지 않고, (있어야 하는데) 없는 물체를 나타내기 위해 사용된다. {18수특17-3}

The few acquaintances the old man did have had gotten used to his stories.
그 노인과 잘 알고 지내던 몇몇 지인들은 그의 이야기에 익숙해져 있었다. {18수특18-78910}

He used to say that the good is to keep one's soul free from all impurity, from all attacks of passion.
그는 선은 사람의 영혼을 모든 불순으로부터, 모든 격정의 공격으로부터 자유롭게 해 주기 위한 것이라고 말하곤 했다. {18수특20-4}

Socrates, if we can believe Plato's dialogues, used to set forth his ideas in myths.
플라톤의 대화편을 믿을 수 있다면, 소크라테스는 자신의 생각을 우화로 설명하곤 했다. {18수특20-4}

Today, we are so swamped by communicative resources and so used to making full use of them, changing, juxtaposing and alternating them, that it seems almost pointless to investigate the patterns of such rapid, taken-for-granted and apparently unpredictable mixes.
오늘날, 우리는 의사소통의 수단에 대단히 압도당하고 있으며, 그것들을 완전히 활용하고, 변화시키고, 병치 시키며, 번갈아 사용하는 데 매우 익숙해 있으므로, 그런 빠르고, 당연하게 여겨지며, 예측할 수 없는 것처럼 보이는 혼합물의 형태를 조사하는 것은 거의 의미가 없어 보인다. {18수특27-4}

Emotional eating is a popular term used to describe eating that is influenced by emotions, both positive and negative.
‘감정적인 식사’는 긍정적 감정과 부정적 감정 모두에 의해 영향을 받는 식사를 설명하기 위해 사용되는 일반적인 용어이다. {18수특30-3}

She looked so happy being free and feeling strong, and started to remember how she used to feel when she was younger.
그녀는 자유롭게 움직이고 강인해진 것 같은 느낌이 어서 정말 기뻐 보였고 자신이 더 젊었을 때 어떤 기분을 느꼈었는지를 기억해 내기 시작했다. {18수특t1-2628}

Although in recent years the mornings have become more crowded than they used to be, you'll still find far shorter waits for big-deal rides than you will in the afternoon.
최근 몇 년 동안은 예전보다 아침 시간대가 더 붐비게 되었지만, 그래도 여러분은 재미있는 놀이기구를 기다리는 시간이 오후보다는 훨씬 더 짧다는 것을 알게 되실 겁니다. {18수특t2-02}

Technology now obeys its inner logic of development as rigorously as we used to think that nature obeyed its own laws.
자연이 그 자체의 법칙을 따른다고 우리가 생각했던 만큼 엄격하게, 기술은 이제 그 자체의 내적인 발달 논리를 따른다. {18수특t2-17}

Many of you would picture the brightly colored eggs that are used to celebrate Easter.
여러분 중 많은 이들은 부활절을 축하하는 데 사용되는 밝게 칠해진 달걀을 마음속에 그릴 것이다. {중3동이 1}

They tended to call around the time the trains used to run past their apartments.
뉴욕 시가 고가 철도 열차의 운행을 멈춘 직후, 사람들은 무언가가 그들을 깨웠다고 주장하면서 한밤중에 경찰에 전화했다. {21}

My dad used to tell me a brief story every night. {Unit 05}

A new drug was used to treat people with hair loss. {Unit 06}

Political polls are sometimes used to discover what people think. {Unit 25}

The special budget will be used to help the poor farmers. {Unit 26}

God refused to answer the king’s begging. {Unit 35}

A long time ago, people used to get water from a well. {Unit 37}

My grandfather used to support himself with a stick. {Unit 39}

I used to seat my dog on my lap when it was a puppy. {Unit 41}

'Fine' can be used to express satisfaction or disappointment.
아니면 '훌륭한, 좋은, 괜찮은 혹은 형편없는'에서의 'fine'을 의미하는가? {1543-19}

One explanation for this is that the first words in each list created a first impression that respondents used to interpret the remaining adjectives.
이것에 대한 한 가지 설명은 각 목록의 첫 단어들이 응답자들이 나머지 형용사들을 해석하기 위해 사용하는 첫인상을 만들어냈다는 것이다. {1543-39}

In a recent article, psychology professor Patricia Greenfield of UCLA discussed some of the problems caused when a test designed for one culture is used to test members of a different culture.
최근 기사에서 UCLA의 심리학 교수인 Patricia Greenfield가 한 문화를 위해 고안된 시험이 다른 문화의 일원들을 시험하기 위해 사용될 때 유발되는 일부 문제들에 대해 논의했다. {1543-40}

About 20 years ago, a delicate seaweed named Caulerpa taxifolia was brought from its native habitat in the Pacific Ocean to a zoo in Germany, where it was used to decorate saltwater aquarium exhibits, a seemingly harmless action.
약 20년 전, Caulerpa taxifolia라는 이름을 가진 여린 해초가 태평양에 있는 본래 서식지에서 독일에 있는 동물원으로 가져와졌는데, 그곳에서 그 해초는 해수 수족관 전시회를 장식하는데 사용되었고, 이는 해롭지 않은 행위처럼 보였다. {1543-4142}

A lot of plastic foam is used to make packaging containers.
많은 플라스틱 폼(일명 스티로폼)은 포장 용기를 만드는 데 사용된다. {10 영1천이 3-2}

That amazes people who are used to living in a community where only one language is spoken, but it's all perfectly normal.
그것은 오직 한 가지 언어가 쓰이는 공동체에서 사는 데 익숙한 사람들을 놀라게 하지만, 그것은 정말 완전히 정상이다. {리파 19}

We're simply substituting labor in the recycling center for energy and huge machines used to extract new materials in remote places.
우리는 먼 지역에서 새로운 자재를 추출하기 위해 사용된 에너지와 거대한 기계들을 재활용 센터의 노동력으로 대체하고 있을 뿐이다. {1611H2-37}

Power distance is the term used to refer to how widely an unequal distribution of power is accepted by the members of a culture.
'권력 거리'는 권력의 불평등한 분배가 한 문화의 구성원들에 의해 얼마나 널리 수용되는지를 나타내는 데 사용되는 용어이다. {1711H2-40}

5 Don't you remember that when I was with you I used to tell you these things? {}

They perish because they refused to love the truth and so be saved. {}

7 You used to walk in these ways, in the life you once lived. {}

2 As for you, you were dead in your transgressions and sins, 2 in which you used to live when you followed the ways of this world and of the ruler of the kingdom of the air, the spirit who is now at work in those who are disobedient. {}

12 Before certain men came from James, he used to eat with the Gentiles. {}

17 But thanks be to God that, though you used to be slaves to sin, you wholeheartedly obeyed the form of teaching to which you were entrusted. {}

Just as you used to offer the parts of your body in slavery to impurity and to ever-increasing wickedness, so now offer them in slavery to righteousness leading to holiness. {}

9 When all the people saw him walking and praising God, 10 they recognized him as the same man who used to sit begging at the temple gate called Beautiful, and they were filled with wonder and amazement at what had happened to him. {}

And all the believers used to meet together in Solomon's Colonnade. {}

39 "But our fathers refused to obey him. {}

2 But the Jews who refused to believe stirred up the Gentiles and poisoned their minds against the brothers. {}

9 But some of them became obstinate; they refused to believe and publicly maligned the Way. {}

3 Here a great number of disabled people used to lie--the blind, the lame, the paralyzed. {}

8 His neighbors and those who had formerly seen him begging asked, "Isn't this the same man who used to sit and beg? {}

"6 He did not say this because he cared about the poor but because he was a thief; as keeper of the money bag, he used to help himself to what was put into it. {}

'28 "The older brother became angry and refused to go in. {}

3 He sent his servants to those who had been invited to the banquet to tell them to come, but they refused to come. {}

34 There they offered Jesus wine to drink, mixed with gall; but after tasting it, he refused to drink it. {}

'11 "But they refused to pay attention; stubbornly they turned their backs and stopped up their ears. {}

I will repair its broken places, restore its ruins, and build it as it used to be, 12 so that they may possess the remnant of Edom and all the nations that bear my name, " declares the Lord , who will do these things. {}

They made their faces harder than stone and refused to repent. {}

10 They have returned to the sins of their forefathers, who refused to listen to my words. {}

She once was full of justice; righteousness used to dwell in her- but now murderers! {}

While dogs have been used in nursing homes, hospitals, and prisons, this is the first time dogs have been used to help children become better readers.
개들이 양로원, 병원, 감 옥에서 이용되어 오긴 했지만, 아이들이 더 나은 독서가가 되도록 돕는 데 이용된 것은 이번이 처음이다. {51.6 수만기 2-12}

As for me, my favorite color is green, but I felt it did not go well with my skin tone, so I used to avoid wearing it.
저의 경우, 제가 제일 좋아하는 색상은 초록색이지만, 그것이 제 피부색과 어울리지 않는다고 생각해서 그것을 입는 것을 피하곤 했습니다. {24.0 영비홍 2-2}

Self-driving vehicles may be used to collect children from school, take elderly people to shops, and carry out all the usual, everyday journeys, all at a small percentage of the cost of what you would expect to pay to own a car.
자율주행 차량은 여러분이 차량을 소유하기 위해 지출할 것으로 예상되는 비용의 작은 비율로 학교에 어린이들을 데리러 가고, 노인들을 상점에 데려다주고, 모든 평범한 일상 여정을 수행하는 것 모두에 이용될 수도 있다. {17수특 1}

It used to be that a photographer would look and then shoot, taking time to compose the image and look for important relationships within the scene before tripping the shutter, even if it was as rapid-fire as street photography.
사진작가는 셔터를 누르기 전에 이미지를 구성하고 장면 안에서 중요한 관계들을 찾는 데 시간을 들이면서, 보고 난 다음 사진을 찍고는 했는데, 비록 그것이 스트리트 포토그래피만큼 연달아 빠르게 찍는 것이기는 했지만 말이다. {17수특 2}

Before students reach for the slang terms used to describe online activities, it is worthwhile to identify the formal terms that help define the language of this culture.
온라인 활동을 기술하는 데 사용되는 속어 표현을 취하기 전에, 이 문화의 언어를 정의하는 데 도움이 되는 공식 용어를 확인하는 것은 가치가 있다. {17수특 2}

And it was then that Jim remembered something his grandfather used to say to him whenever someone was unreasonable.
"라는 말이 자기에게 다시 생각났다. {17수특 2628}

While dogs have been used in nursing homes, hospitals, and prisons, this is the first time dogs have been used to help children become better readers.
개들이 양로원, 병원, 감 옥에서 이용되어 오긴 했지만, 아이들이 더 나은 독서가가 되도록 돕는 데 이용된 것은 이번이 처음이다. {수만기 2-12}

Walking to the bus stop used to provide at least some movement, but now most public transportation is limited, so suburban people drive everywhere.
버스 정류장까지 걸어가는 것이 적어도 약간의 운동을 제공해 주곤 했지만, 지금은 대부분의 대중교통이 제한적이어서 교외에 사는 사람들은 어디든 운전을 하고 다닌다. {1503H1-39}

Because a great deal of science fiction is rooted in science, it can be used to bring literature out of the English classroom and into the science classroom.
많은 공상 과학 소설이 과학에 기초를 두고 있기 때문에 그것은 문학을 영어 교실에서 끌어내어 과학 교실로 가져오기 위해 사용될 수 있다. {1509H1-21}

"Before the robbery, I used to spend my nights doing nothing.
도둑은 그들의 대화를 이해할 수 없었다. {중2시신 1}

To most people, keys are common tools that are used to unlock a door or start a car.
대부분의 사람들에게, 열쇠들은 문을 열거나 자동차 시동을 거는 데 사용되는 흔한 도구이다. {주니어리딩튜텨기본-3}

These are used to represent the identity of each brand.
이것들은 각 브랜드의 정체성을 나타내는 데 사용된다. {주니어리딩튜텨기본-4}

During this time, water must be used to grow the food it eats and to provide other things that it needs.
이 기간 동안, 소가 먹는 먹이를 재배하고 소가 필요로 하는 다른 것들을 제공하기 위해 물이 사용되어야 한다. {주니어리딩튜텨기본-2}

The vault used to be an old mine in an icy mountain in Norway.
그 저장고는 노르웨이에 있는 얼음에 뒤덮인 산에 있는 오래된 광산이었다. {주니어리딩튜텨기본-3}

But this was in such small amounts that the American government offered rewards for salt-making; and one of the ideas that resulted was the building of windmills to pump seawater into shallow pools where, as with the Romans, the sun's heat was used to dry it into salt.
그러나 이것은 너무나 적은 양이어서 미국 정부는 소금 제조법에 보상금을 제시했다. {1}

Think of someone you used to be close to but with whom your relationship weakens over time.
이전에는 가까웠지만 시간이 지나면서 관계가 약해진 누군가를 생각해 보라. {5}

Today many citizens of the United States and Canada lament that their fellow citizens cannot be trusted the way they used to be.
오늘날 미국과 캐나다의 많은 시민들은 그들의 동료 시민들을 과거에 그랬던 것처럼 신뢰할 수 없다고 애통해 한다. {1}

For instance, Johnny really lived on friendly terms with Indian tribes and refused to shoot animals.
예를 들어, Johnny는 인디언 부족들과 친밀한 관계를 유지하며 지냈고 동물들을 총으로 쏘는 것을 거부했다. {2}

She hadn't paid much attention to her fatigue since she was used to it, but now she began to realize she was almost always tense and tired.
그녀는 그녀의 피로에 익숙해져 있었기 때문에 그것에 많은 신경을 쓰지 않았었지만, 이제 자신이 거의 항상 긴장하고 피곤한 상태임을 깨닫기 시작했다. {2}

It was used to describe computers, not people.
그것은 사람이 아니라 컴퓨터를 묘사하기 위하여 사용되었다. {EXAMPLE}

There are, however, many things to consider in providing minibuses which are used to transport children to kindergartens and back home again.
하지만 어린이들을 유치원으로 이동시키고 다시 집으로 데려다주기 위해 이용되는 미니버스를 제공함에 있어서 고려해야 할 많은 점들이 있다. {2}

Thick carpets and heavy curtains were used to cover floors and windows.
두꺼운 카펫과 무거운 커튼들이 바닥과 창문을 덮기 위해 사용되었다. {2}

My friends used to call me Marine Boy and say, "You’ll be an aquarist." {1-1.1}

Today the term artist is used to refer to a broad range of creative individuals across the globe from both past and present.
오늘날 예술가라는 용어는 과거와 현재 모두로부터의 전 세계의 넓은 범위의 창의적인 개인들을 지칭하는 데 사용된다. {1709H3-37}

More than two thirds of all agricultural land is used to raise grains and vegetables for livestock while merely eight percent of the agricultural land is used to grow food for direct human consumption.
전체 농지의 3분의 2 이상이 가축을 위한 곡물과 채소를 기르는 데 이용되며, 반면에 농지 중 단지 8퍼센트만이 사람의 직접적인 소비를 위한 식량을 재배하는 데 이용된다. {영1비홍 6-2}

However, Kansong refused to part with it because he knew that it was the most magnificent vase of its kind.
하지만, 간송은 그것이 그런 종류의 화병 중에서 가장 아름다운 화병이라는 것을 알고 있었기 때문에 그것을 내주는 것을 거절했다. {E1NK 403}

Here a great number of disabled people used to lie--the blind, the lame, the paralyzed. {John}

His neighbors and those who had formerly seen him begging asked, "Isn't this the same man who used to sit and beg? {John}

"He did not say this because he cared about the poor but because he was a thief; as keeper of the money bag, he used to help himself to what was put into it. {John}

Because a great deal of science fiction is rooted in science, it can be used to bring literature out of the English classroom and into the science classroom.
많은 공상 과학 소설이 과학에 기초를 두고 있기 때문에 그것은 문학을 영어 교실에서 끌어내어 과학 교실로 가져오기 위해 사용될 수 있다. {21}

She told him how they used to weep, both of them, each time he had to go away, but how happy they were when he returned.
그러고 나서, 그녀는 그에게 그녀가 출장 판매원과 결혼했었고 그는 최근에 세상을 떠났다고 말하기 시작했다. {4345}

For example, Braille Tape can be used to label containers in a refrigerator.
예를 들어, 점자 테이프는 냉장고 안의 용기들을 표시하는 데 사용될 수 있다. {주니어리딩튜텨완성-4}

The term "grand slam" was originally used to refer to an outstanding victory in the card game bridge.
'그랜드 슬램'이라는 용어는 원래 카드 게임인 bridge에서 두드러지는 승리를 지칭하는 데 사용되었다. {주니어리딩튜텨완성-2}

These discoveries have led the researchers to suggest that the Sahara desert area used to be very different.
이 발견들은 연구자들이 사하라 사막 지역이 매우 달랐었다고 제안하게 했다. {주니어리딩튜텨완성-4}

Many people there cannot afford to buy expensive microscopes, but the Foldscope can be widely used to detect diseases and save lives.
그곳의 많은 사람들은 비싼 현미경을 살 형편이 되지 않지만, Foldscope는 질병을 발견하고 생명을 구하는 데 널리 사용될 수 있다. {주니어리딩튜텨완성-1}

This energy can be used to charge electric devices.
이 에너지는 전기 장치들을 충전하는 데 사용될 수 있다. {주니어리딩튜텨완성-3}

Because he could not afford a watch, he used to wear a bullet attached to the chain's free end.
시계를 살 형편이 되지 않았기 때문에, 그는 시곗줄의 매여 있지 않은 끝에 총알 하나를 매달아서 차고 다니곤 했다. {RP15-1}

Interviewer: You used to be a Wall Street lawyer.
Interviewer : 당신은 월가 변호사였습니다. {ILR11-3}

But thanks be to God that, though you used to be slaves to sin, you wholeheartedly obeyed the form of teaching to which you were entrusted. {Romans6}

Just as you used to offer the parts of your body in slavery to impurity and to ever-increasing wickedness, so now offer them in slavery to righteousness leading to holiness. {Romans6}

Your grandma and I used to clean up the house every day.
"윤지야, 나는 집 자체를 그리워하는 게 아니라 그 안에 깃든 추억을 그리워하는 거란다. {중3천이 2}

My old friend and I used to write our secret letters in it.
저는 공책을 잃어버렸어요. {중3천이 2}

However, a small-scale process has also been used to improve water availability and safety.
하지만, 물의 이용 가능성과 안정성을 개선하기 위하여 소규모의 과정도 이용되어왔다. {영1시한 SP6}

"I have no kids," he used to say.
그는 "저에게는 아이가 없습니다. {1711H3-25}

In addition, pets are used to great advantage with the institutionalized aged.
게다가, 애완동물은 시설에 수용된 노인들에게 매우 유익하게 이용된다. {1611H3-28}

A very long pole with a soft wool head (usually made of lamb's wool) at the end is used to sweep across the screen in even rows, horizontally and vertically.
끝에 부드러운 울 소재의 머리가 달린(대개 양의 털로 만든) 매우 긴 막대가 가로 세로로 질서정연한 줄 을 따라 스크린을 닦는 데에 사용된다. {영지민 6-3}

Clearly, they have to get used to an unusual work schedule.
분명히 그들은 특이한 업무 일정에 익숙해져야 한다. {영지민 6-3}

The water could be used to produce oxygen by splitting up the hydrogen and oxygen atoms.
그 물은 수소와 산소 원자로 분리함으로써 산소를 생산해 내는 데에 쓰일 수 있다. {영지민 7-3}

In fact, medicine used to fight depression works in the same way—.
사실, 우울증을 퇴치하는 데 사용되는 약은 같은 방식으로 작용한다. {빠바유독 1-5}

While Sapto used to be our competitor, it is now a strong partner.
Sapto는 우리의 경쟁사였지만, 이제는 강력한 파트너입니다. {빠바유독 3-3}

Key fobs allow you the convenience of unlocking your car from a distance, so they're widely used today.
무선 키는 당신에게 멀리서 차의 잠금을 해제할 수 있게 하는 편의를 제공하여 오늘날 널리 사용된다. {빠바유독 3-6}

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쿠키는 당신의 관심을 끌지도 모르는 내용을 당신에게 제공하거나 당신이 방문한 즉시 자동으로 로그인하도록 하는 데 사용될 수 있다. {빠바유독 4-3}

Known as chi, the wild carp used to be the most frequently eaten fish in China.
'chi'로 알려진 야생 잉어는 중국에서 가장 자주 먹는 어종(魚種)이었다. {빠바유독 6-1}

The combination of the weight of the person and the slight movement of the tile is used to create an electrical current.
사람의 무게와 타일의 약간의 움직임의 결합이 전류를 만드는 데 사용된다. {빠바유독 8-ex1}

This contrast is used to create a humorous effect throughout the book.
이 대비는 책 전체에 걸쳐 우스꽝스러운 효과를 주기 위해 사용된다. {빠바유독 9-3}

Back then, it was used to emphasize the reliance between soldiers.
그 당시에, 그것은 병사들 사이의 신뢰를 강조하기 위해 사용되었다. {빠바유독 9-6}

The saying was also used to refer to the practice of using blood to finalize a contract.
그 격언은 또한 계약을 완결하기 위해 피를 사용하는 관습을 일컫는 데 사용되기도 했다. {빠바유독 9-6}

However, it didn't take long for him to realize that he had sacrificed the freedom he used to enjoy.
하지만, 그가 자신이 누렸던 자유를 희생했다는 것을 깨닫는 데에는 오래 걸리지 않았다. {빠바유독 13-3}

The rest of the pastures could be used to grow more crops for all the vegetarians to eat.
그 목초지의 나머지는 모든 채식주의자가 먹을 더 많은 작물을 재배하는 데 사용될 수 있을 것이다. {빠바유독 14-4}

Only a small number of farming fields would need to be added, as a third of our crop-producing land is currently being used to grow food for livestock.
농작물을 생산하는 토지의 3분의 1이 현재 가축을 위한 식량을 재배하는 데 사용되고 있으므로, 소수의 농경지만 추가하면 될 것이다. {빠바유독 14-4}

There, after another drug is used to wake it back up, it is set free.
그곳에서, 또 다른 약물이 코뿔소를 다시 깨우기 위해 사용된 후에, 그것은 풀려난다. {빠바유독 14-5}

Abandoibarra is a region surrounding the city of Bilbao in northern Spain, and it used to be at the center of a major industrial complex.
Abandoibarra는 스페인 북부의 빌바오시를 둘러싼 지역으로 주요 공업 단지의 중심지였다. {빠바유독 15-5}

Their blood is pale blue because it contains copper, and can be used to research medicine.
그것의 혈액은 구리를 함유하고 있어서 옅은 파란색이며, 약물을 연구하는 데 사용될 수 있다. {빠바유독 15-6}

By making amends, they can repair the damage caused to their social relationships and restore harmony.
보상을 함으로써, 그들은 자신의 사회적 관계에 초래된 피해를 바로잡고 다시 화합을 이룰 수 있다. {빠바유독 17-ex1}

In its modern form, "cool" is generally used to indicate excellence or affirmation, as in "What a cool film!"
그것의 현대적인 형태에서는 '멋진 영화로군!' {빠바유독 17-5}

These days, as high-tech navigation systems have been devised, lighthouses are not as necessary as they used to be.
요즘에는 첨단 항해 시스템이 고안되어, 등대가 예전만큼 필요하지는 않게 되었다. {빠바유독 17-6}

The paints used to decorate the pottery are made from local plants and minerals, and are applied with special brushes made from the yucca cactus.
도자기를 장식하는 데 사용되는 물감은 그 지역의 식물과 광물로 만들어지며, 실난초 선인장으로 만들어진 특수한 붓으로 발라진다. {빠바유독 18-2}

Poe refused to believe that ideas could be so deep or subtle that they were "beyond the compass of words."
포는 생각이 매우 심오하거나 미묘해서 그것들이 '말의 범위를 넘어선다'는 것을 믿으려 하지 않았다. {빠바유독 19-ex12}

Along with the serious psychological damage suffered by the residents of the city, great physical destruction was caused to the city itself.
이 도시의 주민들이 겪은 심각한 정신적 피해와 더불어, 엄청난 물리적 파괴가 이 도시 자체에 가해졌다. {빠바유독 19-56}

In ancient Asia, they were used to decorate statues of love gods and goddesses, while the Romans believed that a person could increase his or her luck in love by wearing an emerald.
고대 아시아에서는, 에메랄드가 사랑의 신과 여신상을 장식하기 위해 쓰였고, 한편 로마인들은 에메랄드를 (몸에) 걸침으로써 자신의 연애 운을 높일 수 있다고 믿었다. {빠바유독 21-3}

Today, emeralds are mainly used to make jewelry, but they are still valued for their vivid color.
오늘날, 에메랄드는 주로 보석을 만들기 위해 사용되지만, 여전히 그것의 선명한 색으로 인해 높이 평가된다. {빠바유독 21-3}

A small bird used to visit my yard regularly.
한 작은 새가 자주 나의 마당에 오곤 했다. {빠바유독 M1-2}

Fibers from cotton, bark, straw, and coconut husks can all be used to produce treeless paper.
목화, 나무껍질, 지푸라기, 코코넛 껍질에서 나오는 섬유질은 모두 목재를 사용하지 않는 종이를 생산하는 데 사용될 수 있다. {빠바유독 M2-2}

The term "gas station" is used to refer to facilities that sell gasoline to the public.
'주유소'라는 용어는 사람들에게 휘발유를 판매하는 시설을 가리키는 데 사용된다. {빠바유독 M6-1}

She recently sustained a stress fracture in her foot because she refused to listen to her overworked body, instead continuing to run toward an unreasonable workout target.
그녀는 혹사당한 몸에 귀 기울이는 것을 거부하고 대신에 터무니 없는 운동 목표를 향하여 계속해서 달렸기 때문에 최근 자신의 발에 피로 골절을 입었다. {1711H2-22}

To demonstrate the idea of time to temple students, Chinese priests used to dangle a rope from the temple ceiling with knots representing the hours.
그들은 시간의 경과를 보여주면서 그것(밧줄)이 균등하게 타도록 아래부터 그것에 불을 붙였다. {1711H2-28}

Power distance is the term used to refer to how widely an unequal distribution of power is accepted by the members of a culture.
'권력 거리'는 권력의 불평등한 분배가 한 문화의 구성원들에 의해 얼마나 널리 수용되는지를 나타내는 데 사용되는 용어이다. {1711H2-40}

But thanks be to God that, though you used to be slaves to sin, you wholeheartedly obeyed the form of teaching to which you were entrusted. {Roman 6}

Just as you used to offer the parts of your body in slavery to impurity and to ever-increasing wickedness, so now offer them in slavery to righteousness leading to holiness. {Roman 6}

That amazes people who are used to living in a community where only one language is spoken, but it's all perfectly normal.
그것은 오직 한 가지 언어가 쓰이는 공동체에서 사는 데 익숙한 사람들을 놀라게 하지만, 그것은 정말 완전히 정상이다. {리파 19}

We're simply substituting labor in the recycling center for energy and huge machines used to extract new materials in remote places.
우리는 먼 지역에서 새로운 자재를 추출하기 위해 사용된 에너지와 거대한 기계들을 재활용 센터의 노동력으로 대체하고 있을 뿐이다. {1611H2-37}

One of her most important elements was the addition of a counterweight which is used to provide means for maintaining a uniform pressure upon the glass throughout the entire area swept by new windshield.
그녀의 가장 중요한 요소중 하나는 평형력을 첨가한 것인데 이 평형력이 새창문 와이퍼로 쓸려진 전면의 유리에 동일한 압력이 유지되도록 하는 수단을 제공하는데 사용되어졌다. {심화 5-4}

Knight's machine automatically folded and glued paper-bag bottoms - creating the flat-bottom paper bags that are still used to this very day in most grocery stores.
Knight의 기계는 자동으로 종이가방 바닥을 접어 풀을 붙였다, 그리고 오늘날까지도 대부분의 식품점에서 사용되는 바닥이 평평한 종이가방을 만들어냈다. {심화 5-8}

To this very day, thousands of machines based on Margaret Knight's idea are still used to produce flat-bottom paper bags.
오늘날까지도 Margaret의 생각에 기초한 수천개의 기계가 평평한 바닥을 가진 종이가방을 만들도록 사용되어지고 있다. {심화 5-10}

"I have no kids," he used to say.
그는 "저에게는 아이가 없습니다. {1711H3-25}

Water-use plans are one tool being used to help thirsty regions.
물 이용 계획은 물이 부족한 지역을 돕기 위해 사용되고 있는 한 방법이다. {리파완 1-1}

My friends used to call me Marine Boy and say, "You’ll be an aquarist." {타파 1-1.1}

They do not answer the calls of birds that have refused to help others before.
그들은 이전에 다른 새들을 돕기를 거절한 새의 부름에는 답하지 않는다. {영시한 2-4}

While dogs have been used in nursing homes, hospitals, and prisons, this is the first time dogs have been used to help children become better readers.
개들이 양로원, 병원, 감 옥에서 이용되어 오긴 했지만, 아이들이 더 나은 독서가가 되도록 돕는 데 이용된 것은 이번이 처음이다. {수만기 2-12}

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쿠키는 당신의 관심을 끌지도 모르는 내용을 당신에게 제공하거나 당신이 방문한 즉시 자동으로 로그인하도록 하는 데 사용될 수 있다. {빠바유 4-3}

As for me, my favorite color is green, but I felt it did not go well with my skin tone, so I used to avoid wearing it.
저의 경우, 제가 제일 좋아하는 색상은 초록색이지만, 그것이 제 피부색과 어울리지 않는다고 생각해서 그것을 입는 것을 피하곤 했습니다. {영비홍 2-2}

While Sapto used to be our competitor, it is now a strong partner.
Sapto는 우리의 경쟁사였지만, 이제는 강력한 파트너입니다. {빠바유 3-3}

Key fobs allow you the convenience of unlocking your car from a distance, so they're widely used today.
무선 키는 당신에게 멀리서 차의 잠금을 해제할 수 있게 하는 편의를 제공하여 오늘날 널리 사용된다. {빠바유 3-6}

A lot of plastic foam is used to make packaging containers.
많은 플라스틱 폼(일명 스티로폼)은 포장 용기를 만드는 데 사용된다. {영1천이 3-2}

In fact, medicine used to fight depression works in the same way—.
사실, 우울증을 퇴치하는 데 사용되는 약은 같은 방식으로 작용한다. {빠바유 1-5}

After my daughter Tina was born, we used to say that someday when she married someone it would be hers.
저희 어머니께서는 40년이 넘게 그것을 자랑스럽게 끼셨습니다. {리파완 3-2}

They do not answer the calls of birds that have refused to help others before.
그들은 이전에 다른 새들을 돕기를 거절한 새의 부름에는 답하지 않는다. {33.7 ESH204}

Demand for the mineral, which is used to make high-quality chemical fertilizers, made it very valuable.
고품질의 화학 비료를 만드는 데 사용되는 광물에 대한 수요가 매우 중요했습니다. {프1}

It is taboo to kiss publicly in Qatar, where J. grew up, and she was used to hiding emotions. {2}

I used to live and study in America, where interracial dating was not a big problem, compared with our parts of the world. {2}

J. even got used to hugging me in public. {2}

Subscribe to The Times “Due to budget cuts, attrition and a shift in focus, there’s been a collapse in the commitment to take on tax fraud,” said Chuck Pine, who used to be the third-ranking criminal enforcement officer at the I.R.S. {3}

Theoretically, evidence picked up in audits can be used to start criminal cases. {3}

agents say audits are not as intensive as they used to be. {3}

Water-use plans are one tool being used to help thirsty regions.
물 이용 계획은 물이 부족한 지역을 돕기 위해 사용되고 있는 한 방법이다. {리파유완 1-1}

After my daughter Tina was born, we used to say that someday when she married someone it would be hers.
제 딸 Tina가 태어난 후, 저희는 언젠가 그녀가 누군가와 결혼을 하면, 그것은 그녀의 것이 될 것이라고 말하곤 했습니다. {리파유완 3-2}

A child who is used to seeing scenes shift on the average of every 4 seconds, as they do on television, is sure to be bored in a classroom, and as a result, his eyes bounce around the room, in an attempt to reestablish the level of stimulation he's grown used to.
텔레비전에서 그러하듯이, 장면들이 평균적으로 매 4초마다 바뀌는 것을 보는 것에 익숙한 아동은 교실에서 확실히 지루해 한다, 그래서 결과적으로 그의 눈은 그가 익숙하게 되었던 자극의 수준을 회복하기 위한 시도로 교실의 여기저기로 급히 움직인다. {리파유완 리뷰-4}

Because he could not afford a watch, he used to wear a bullet attached to the chain's free end.
시계를 살 형편이 되지 않았기 때문에, 그는 시곗줄의 매여 있지 않은 끝에 총알 하나를 매달아서 차고 다니곤 했다. {리파유완 15-1}

It was the Sadhu's companion, who had refused to stop earlier.
그것은 그 성자의 동행이었는데, 그는 앞서서 멈추기를 거부했었다. {리파유완 21-13}

Well, if you stay there, wherever that is, for a while, you'll get used to this.
만약 당신이 그곳에 잠시 동안 머무른다면, 거기가 어디든지 간에, 당신은 이것에 익숙하게 될 것이다. {1561-20}

Nevertheless, the frequent use of certain proverbs in a particular culture could be used together with other social and cultural indicators to form some common concepts.
그럼에도 불구하고, 특정 문화 속에서 특정 속담들의 빈번한 사용은 다른 사회적 문화적 지표들과 함께 사용되어 일부 공통적인 개념을 형성할 수 있다. {1561-40}

Today, it is used to refer to anything that might be costly and useless to someone.
오늘날, 이 표현은 누군가에게는 값비싸지만 쓸모없을지 모르는 물건을 가리키는 데 사용됩니다. {영시박 2-3}

He said it might have been the side of a pot that was used to store beans.
그는 그 조각이 콩을 보관하는 데 사용되었던 항아리의 측면이었을 것이라고 말했다. {영시박 6-3}

Now, 600 years later, this wonderful place still surprises us with the beauty of its architecture and the science and technology used to build it.
600년이 흐른 지금, 이 훌륭한 곳은 그 건축미와 그것을 짓는 데 쓰인 과학과 기술로 여전히 우리를 놀라게 하고 있다. {7-5}

The Real Me I used to keep my paint brush with me Wherever I needed to go, In case I needed to cover up myself So the real me didn't show.
진정한 나 나는 페인트 붓을 항상 지니고 다녔지 내가 어딘가 갈 필요가 있을 때마다, 나 자신을 감출 필요가 있을 경우를 대비해서 나의 참 모습이 드러나지 않도록 이제 겹겹이 칠한 나의 페인트를 제거하고 싶네 진정한 내가 드러나도록 내적인 자아가 밖으로 보이도록, 이것이 너무 더디게 이루어지지 않기를 소망하며 이제 나를 가렸던 겹겹의 페인트가 벗겨지고 있네 왠지 벌거벗고 춥게 느껴지네, 하지만 내가 보는 모든 것을 나는 사랑하네 진정한 나의 모습, 황금처럼 순수한... 팝송 가수 내 노래를 들어보지 그래? {영능양 4}

What I really wanted to tell you today is that your knowledge and skills, whatever they are, can be used to help others.
제가 오늘 정말 여러분께 말씀 드리고 싶은 것은, 그것들이 무엇이던지 간에, 여러분의 지식과 기술들이 다른 사람들을 돕기 위해 사용될 수 있다는 사실이에요. {영능양 4}

Because they fly so much, they have poorly developed feet, which cannot be used to walk.
그들이 너무 많이 비행을 하기 때문에 발이 제대로 발달되지 않았고, 걷는 데 사용될 수 없습니다. {영능양 4}

We stayed at a building that used to be a palace hundreds of years ago.
우리는 수백 년 전에 궁전이었던 건물에 묵었다. {영능양 2}

Black boxes are used to find out the causes of airplane crashes, so they must be able to endure the impact of falling from the sky.
연구자들은 딱따구리의 스펀지 뼈와 유연한 부리를 모방한 기계 장치를 만들기로 결정했다. {영능양 3}

Loud music at the dentist's office and the "slap and stab" method a nurse may have used to give you an injection are other examples of how distraction can reduce or eliminate the pain experience.
치과에서의 시끄러운 음악과 간호사가 주사를 놓기 위해 사용했을지도 모르는 '찰싹 때리고 찌르기' 방법은 주의 산만이 어떻게 그 통증 경험을 줄이거나 제거할 수 있는지에 대한 다른 예들이다. {21}

He asked for the name of the holder of Box 1720, but the clerk on duty refused to give out this information.
불가 — 사서함 소유자 성명 공개 불가, 왜냐하면 이 정보를 누설하는 것은 방침에 어긋나기 때문이었다. {4345}

Information gathering and research that used to take anywhere from hours to weeks now takes just seconds.
과거에 대략 몇 시간에서 몇 주까지 걸렸던 정보 수집과 연구는 이제는 몇 초만 걸린다. {20}

While dogs have been used in nursing homes, hospitals, and prisons, this is the first time dogs have been used to help children become better readers.
개들이 양로원, 병원, 감 옥에서 이용되어 오긴 했지만, 아이들이 더 나은 독서가가 되도록 돕는 데 이용된 것은 이번이 처음이다. {SM 2012}

As for me, my favorite color is green, but I felt it did not go well with my skin tone, so I used to avoid wearing it.
저의 경우, 제가 제일 좋아하는 색상은 초록색이지만, 그것이 제 피부색과 어울리지 않는다고 생각해서 그것을 입는 것을 피하곤 했습니다. {EVH 202}

They do not answer the calls of birds that have refused to help others before.
그들은 이전에 다른 새들을 돕기를 거절한 새의 부름에는 답하지 않는다. {ESH 204}

He probably tried hard to paint the way his friend used to paint.
그는 분명 그의 친구가 그림을 그리는 방식으로 그리고자 노력했던 것이다. {영1천김 6-5}

Consumers are used to buying these seafoods in grocery stores, restaurants, and village markets around the world.
소비자들은 이러한 해산물을 전 세계의 식료품점, 식당, 그리고 마을 시장에서 사는 데 익숙하다. {34}

These microplastics are very difficult to measure once they are small enough to pass through the nets typically used to collect them.
대부분의 플라스틱은 자외선에 노출될 때 점점 더 작은 조각으로 분해되어 미세 플라스틱을 형성한다. {1806H1-28}

Buttons are usually used to fasten clothes, but they are also used to make clothes more fashionable.
단추는 대개 옷을 잠그기 위해 사용되지만, 또한 그것들은 옷을 더 멋지게 만들기 위해서도 사용된다. {중3미배 1}

At that time, berries and other natural ingredients were used to make the face more beautiful.
이집트에서는 여자와 남자 둘 다 아이섀도를 했다고 믿어진다. {중3미배 2}

He used to make ice cream in his own store.
자, 그것이 Holland 씨가 하는 일입니다! {중3미배 1}

She used to be a teacher.
그녀는 교사였습니다. {중3미배 2}

5 Don't you remember that when I was with you I used to tell you these things? {}

They perish because they refused to love the truth and so be saved. {}

7 You used to walk in these ways, in the life you once lived. {}

2 As for you, you were dead in your transgressions and sins, 2 in which you used to live when you followed the ways of this world and of the ruler of the kingdom of the air, the spirit who is now at work in those who are disobedient. {}

12 Before certain men came from James, he used to eat with the Gentiles. {}

17 But thanks be to God that, though you used to be slaves to sin, you wholeheartedly obeyed the form of teaching to which you were entrusted. {}

Just as you used to offer the parts of your body in slavery to impurity and to ever-increasing wickedness, so now offer them in slavery to righteousness leading to holiness. {}

9 When all the people saw him walking and praising God, 10 they recognized him as the same man who used to sit begging at the temple gate called Beautiful, and they were filled with wonder and amazement at what had happened to him. {}

And all the believers used to meet together in Solomon's Colonnade. {}

39 "But our fathers refused to obey him. {}

2 But the Jews who refused to believe stirred up the Gentiles and poisoned their minds against the brothers. {}

9 But some of them became obstinate; they refused to believe and publicly maligned the Way. {}

3 Here a great number of disabled people used to lie--the blind, the lame, the paralyzed. {}

8 His neighbors and those who had formerly seen him begging asked, "Isn't this the same man who used to sit and beg? {}

"6 He did not say this because he cared about the poor but because he was a thief; as keeper of the money bag, he used to help himself to what was put into it. {}

'28 "The older brother became angry and refused to go in. {}

3 He sent his servants to those who had been invited to the banquet to tell them to come, but they refused to come. {}

34 There they offered Jesus wine to drink, mixed with gall; but after tasting it, he refused to drink it. {}

'11 "But they refused to pay attention; stubbornly they turned their backs and stopped up their ears. {}

I will repair its broken places, restore its ruins, and build it as it used to be, 12 so that they may possess the remnant of Edom and all the nations that bear my name, " declares the Lord , who will do these things. {}

They made their faces harder than stone and refused to repent. {}

10 They have returned to the sins of their forefathers, who refused to listen to my words. {}

She once was full of justice; righteousness used to dwell in her- but now murderers! {}

10 Then too, I saw the wicked buried-those who used to come and go from the holy place and receive praise in the city where they did this. {}

"4 These things I remember as I pour out my soul: how I used to go with the multitude, leading the procession to the house of God, with shouts of joy and thanksgiving among the festive throng. {}

2 When I was in distress, I sought the Lord; at night I stretched out untiring hands and my soul refused to be comforted. {}

9 The men of Ephraim, though armed with bows, turned back on the day of battle; 10 they did not keep God's covenant and refused to live by his law. {}

4 His sons used to take turns holding feasts in their homes, and they would invite their three sisters to eat and drink with them. {}

12 But when the attendants delivered the king's command, Queen Vashti refused to come. {}

"4 Day after day they spoke to him but he refused to comply. {}

17 They refused to listen and failed to remember the miracles you performed among them. {}

Stubbornly they turned their backs on you, became stiff-necked and refused to listen. {}

He was closely associated with Tobiah, 5 and he had provided him with a large room formerly used to store the grain offerings and incense and temple articles, and also the tithes of grain, new wine and oil prescribed for the Levites, singers and gatekeepers, as well as the contributions for the priests. {}

16 When all Israel saw that the king refused to listen to them, they answered the king: "What share do we have in David, what part in Jesse's son? {}

But he refused to drink it; instead, he poured it out before the Lord . {}

8 From Tebah and Cun, towns that belonged to Hadadezer, David took a great quantity of bronze, which Solomon used to make the bronze Sea, the pillars and various bronze articles. {}

He used to pour water on the hands of Elijah. {}

5 Let every priest receive the money from one of the treasurers, and let it be used to repair whatever damage is found in the temple. {}

Now Moabite raiders used to enter the country every spring. {}

16 At that time Menahem, starting out from Tirzah, attacked Tiphsah and everyone in the city and its vicinity, because they refused to open their gates. {}

16 When all Israel saw that the king refused to listen to them, they answered the king: "What share do we have in David, what part in Jesse's son? {}

He lay on his bed sulking and refused to eat. {}

"15 As soon as Jezebel heard that Naboth had been stoned to death, she said to Ahab, "Get up and take possession of the vineyard of Naboth the Jezreelite that he refused to sell you. {}

"23 But Asahel refused to give up the pursuit; so Abner thrust the butt of his spear into Asahel's stomach, and the spear came out through his back. {}

9 Then she took the pan and served him the bread, but he refused to eat. {}

"14 But he refused to listen to her, and since he was stronger than she, he raped her. {}

But he refused to listen to her. {}

Although Absalom urged him, he still refused to go, but gave him his blessing. {}

26 Whenever he cut the hair of his head-he used to cut his hair from time to time when it became too heavy for him-he would weigh it, and its weight was two hundred shekels by the royal standard. {}

29 Then Absalom sent for Joab in order to send him to the king, but Joab refused to come to him. {}

So he sent a second time, but he refused to come. {}

"32 When David arrived at the summit, where people used to worship God, Hushai the Arkite was there to meet him, his robe torn and dust on his head. {}

18 She continued, "Long ago they used to say, 'Get your answer at Abel,' and that settled it. {}

But he refused to drink it; instead, he poured it out before the Lord . {}

"19 But the people refused to listen to Samuel. {}

"9 (Formerly in Israel, if a man went to inquire of God, he would say, "Come, let us go to the seer," because the prophet of today used to be called a seer.) {}

39 David fastened on his sword over the tunic and tried walking around, because he was not used to them. {}

"I cannot go in these," he said to Saul, "because I am not used to them." {}

They refused to give up their evil practices and stubborn ways. {}

29 They named it Dan after their forefather Dan, who was born to Israel-though the city used to be called Laish. {}

15 (Hebron used to be called Kiriath Arba after Arba, who was the greatest man among the Anakites.) {}

"10 (The Emites used to live there-a people strong and numerous, and as tall as the Anakites. {}

12 Horites used to live in Seir, but the descendants of Esau drove them out. {}

"20 (That too was considered a land of the Rephaites, who used to live there; but the Ammonites called them Zamzummites. {}

"30 But Sihon king of Heshbon refused to let us pass through. {}

(The whole region of Argob in Bashan used to be known as a land of the Rephaites. {}

9 "They are to take a blue cloth and cover the lampstand that is for light, together with its lamps, its wick trimmers and trays, and all its jars for the oil used to supply it. {}

21 Since Edom refused to let them go through their territory, Israel turned away from them. {}

"13 The next morning Balaam got up and said to Balak's princes, "Go back to your own country, for the Lord has refused to let me go with you. {}

"14 So the Moabite princes returned to Balak and said, "Balaam refused to come with us. {}

3 You must not do as they do in Egypt, where you used to live, and you must not do as they do in the land of Canaan, where I am bringing you. {}

But you refused to let him go; so I will kill your firstborn son.' {}

15 When Pharaoh stubbornly refused to let us go, the Lord killed every firstborn in Egypt, both man and animal. {}

4 Make two gold rings for the altar below the molding-two on opposite sides-to hold the poles used to carry it. {}

7 Now Moses used to take a tent and pitch it outside the camp some distance away, calling it the "tent of meeting." {}

27 They made two gold rings below the molding-two on opposite sides-to hold the poles used to carry it. {}

27 The 100 talents of silver were used to cast the bases for the sanctuary and for the curtain-100 bases from the 100 talents, one talent for each base. {}

19 He called that place Bethel, though the city used to be called Luz. {}

35 All his sons and daughters came to comfort him, but he refused to be comforted. {}

"10 And though she spoke to Joseph day after day, he refused to go to bed with her or even be with her. {}

13 Within three days Pharaoh will lift up your head and restore you to your position, and you will put Pharaoh's cup in his hand, just as you used to do when you were his cupbearer. {}

24 By faith Moses, when he had grown up, refused to be known as the son of Pharaoh's daughter. {}

Others were tortured and refused to be released, so that they might gain a better resurrection. {}

5 Or do you think Scripture says without reason that the spirit he caused to live in us envies intensely? {}

5 For this is the way the holy women of the past who put their hope in God used to make themselves beautiful. {}

15 He was given power to give breath to the image of the first beast, so that it could speak and cause all who refused to worship the image to be killed. {}

9 They were seared by the intense heat and they cursed the name of God, who had control over these plagues, but they refused to repent and glorify him. {}

Men gnawed their tongues in agony 11 and cursed the God of heaven because of their pains and their sores, but they refused to repent of what they had done. {}

Not only does it cost a lot of money to clean fouling off, but the chemicals that are used to remove it can be harmful to the environment.
부착물들을 제거하는 데 큰 비용이 들 뿐만 아니라, 그것을 제거하는 데 쓰이는 화학물질이 환경에 해가 될 수도 있다. {4-2}

After all, a few photocopied pages in their notebook now represent information that used to be in a big, thick book.
하지만 그들의 공책에 있는 몇 장의 복사된 페이지들이 이제는 크고 두꺼운 책에 있던 정보를 대표한다. {1833-23}

At this moment, countless desktops, smartphones, and laptops are being used to find answers to even the silliest questions.
지금 이 순간에도, 셀 수 없이 많은 탁상용 컴퓨터와 스마트폰, 노트북 컴퓨터가 심지어 아주 어리석은 질문에 대한 대답도 찾기 위해 사용되고 있다. {실2두김1}

A lot of plastic foam is used to make packaging containers.
많은 플라스틱 폼(일명 스티로폼)은 포장 용기를 만드는 데 사용된다. {영1천이 3-2}

A lot of plastic foam is used to make packaging containers.
많은 플라스틱 폼(일명 스티로폼)은 포장 용기를 만드는 데 사용된다. {84.7 영1천이 3-2}

Delaying puddings used to be thought of as a good idea too, but guess what?
그것은 역시 효과가 없다. {1506H3-42}

As time passes, however, they get used to what they have and, just like the smell of fresh bread, these wonderful assets disappear from their consciousness.
그러나 시간이 지남에 따라, 사람들은 그들이 가진 것에 익숙해지고, 마치 갓 구운 빵 냄새처럼 이런 소중한 것들은 의식 속에서 사라진다. {1761-21}

Some African countries find it difficult to feed their own people or provide safe drinking water, yet precious water is used to produce export crops for European markets.
일부 아프리카 국가들은 자국민들을 먹여 살리거나 안전한 식수를 공급하는 데 어려움을 겪고 있음에도 불구하고 귀한 물은 유럽 시장에 수출하는 작물을 생산하는 데 사용된다. {1761-33}

Some say that the word comes from an old form of German halâ, holâ (/hala hola/), which was used to draw people's attention.
하지만 'hello'라는 인사가 무엇을 뜻하는지, 또는 어디에서 유래했는지 실제로 알고 있는가? {영1천김1-1}

Even though there may be a logically easy set of procedures to follow, it's still an emotional battle to change your habits and introduce new, uncomfortable behaviors that you are not used to.
비록 지켜야 할 논리적으로는 수월한 일련의 절차들이 존재할 수 있지만, 습관을 바꾸고 익숙하지 않은 새롭고 불편한 행동들을 시작하는 것은 여전히 감정적인 분투이다. {1811H2-39}

The king was taking a rest in the area near Sangdo, which used to be a thick forest with few houses around.
왕이 그 근처의 상도에서 휴식을 취하고 있었는데, 그곳은 주변에 집이 몇 개 없는 무성한 숲이었던 곳입니다. {영2천7-2}

But do you know why our ancestors used to give such a plain and ugly name to a baby?
하지만 왜 우리의 조상들이 아이들에게 그토록 평범하고 이상한 이름을 주었는지 아십니까? {영2천7-5}

The journey across the Atlantic from England to America used to require months on a sailing ship, but now it is covered in a little over six hours on a jet.
영국에서 미국으로 대서양을 건너는 여행은 범선으로 수개월이 걸리곤 했지만, 지금은 제트기로 여섯 시간 남짓이면 간다. {rp구문4-2}

When I was very young I used to spend hours playing with small toy cars and soldiers while making up stories about them and how they could survive.
나는 아주 어렸을 때, 작은 장난감 자동차와 병사들에 관한 이야기와 그것들이 어떻게 살아남을 수 있었는지에 관한 이야기들을 꾸며내면서, 그것들을 가지고 놀며 몇 시간을 보내곤 했다. {rp구문9-3}

We have gotten used to the pain.
우리는 그 고통에 익숙해져 버렸다. {rp구문11-5}

Water-use plans are one tool being used to help thirsty regions.
물이용 계획은 물이 부족한 지역을 돕기 위해 사용되고 있는 한 방법이다. {1-1 물 부족 해결을 위한 인도의 농업 혁신}

While Sapto used to be our competitor, it is now a strong partner.
Sapto는 우리의 경쟁사였지만, 이제는 강력한 파트너입니다. {15.0 빠바유독 3-3}

Cookies can be used to give you content that may interest you or to automatically log you in upon your arrival.
쿠키는 당신의 관심을 끌지도 모르는 내용을 당신에게 제공하거나 당신이 방문한 즉시 자동으로 로그인하도록 하는 데 사용될 수 있다. {14.5 빠바유독 4-3}

Key fobs allow you the convenience of unlocking your car from a distance, so they're widely used today.
무선 키는 당신에게 멀리서 차의 잠금을 해제할 수 있게 하는 편의를 제공하여 오늘날 널리 사용된다. {7.5 빠바유독 3-6}

In fact, medicine used to fight depression works in the same way—.
사실, 우울증을 퇴치하는 데 사용되는 약은 같은 방식으로 작용한다. {6 빠바유독 1-5}

Anyway, I'm used to paying for my younger friends now.
아무튼, 저는 이제 저보다 어린 친구들을 위해 돈을 내는 것에 익숙해져 있습니다. {5-2}

Some years ago, a clothing company used to send out an automated reply that read, "While we cannot get back to you personally, we do appreciate your input."
몇 년 전, 한 의류 회사가 "저희가 개별적으로 답신을 해드리지는 못하지만 귀하의 의견을 정말 가치 있게 여깁니다'라고 쓰인 자동으로 작성된 답신을 보내곤 했다. {77.6 수특1112}

Even though there may be a logically easy set of procedures to follow, it's still an emotional battle to change your habits and introduce new, uncomfortable behaviors that you are not used to.
비록 지켜야 할 논리적으로는 수월한 일련의 절차들이 존재할 수 있지만, 습관을 바꾸고 익숙하지 않은 새롭고 불편한 행동들을 시작하는 것은 여전히 감정적인 분투이다. {1811H2-39}

After my daughter Tina was born, we used to say that someday when she married someone it would be hers.
제 딸 Tina가 태어 난 후, 저희는 언젠가 그녀가 누군가와 결혼을 하면, 그것은 그녀의 것이 될 것이라고 말하곤 했습니다. {3-2}

Interviewer: You used to be a Wall Street lawyer.
Interviewer : 당신은 월가 변호사였습니다. {ILR11-3}

Even though there may be a logically easy set of procedures to follow, it's still an emotional battle to change your habits and introduce new, uncomfortable behaviors that you are not used to.
비록 지켜야 할 논리적으로는 수월한 일련의 절차들이 존재할 수 있지만, 습관을 바꾸고 익숙하지 않은 새롭고 불편한 행동들을 시작하는 것은 여전히 감정적인 분투이다. {1811H2-39}

Yet, in this case, you will likely buy more ice cream as well, since ice cream and topping are often used together.
그러나 이번 경우에는 아이스크림도 더 많이 사게 될 확률이 높은데, 왜냐하면 아이스크림과 토핑은 종종 함께 사용되기 때문이다. {1706H2-35}

She recently sustained a stress fracture in her foot because she refused to listen to her overworked body, instead continuing to run toward an unreasonable workout target.
그녀는 혹사당한 몸에 귀 기울이는 것을 거부하고 대신에 터무니 없는 운동 목표를 향하여 계속해서 달렸기 때문에 최근 자신의 발에 피로 골절을 입었다. {1711H2-22}

Power distance is the term used to refer to how widely an unequal distribution of power is accepted by the members of a culture.
'권력 거리'는 권력의 불평등한 분배가 한 문화의 구성원들에 의해 얼마나 널리 수용되는지를 나타내는 데 사용되는 용어이다. {1711H2-40}

His work is still widely used today in statistical dynamics, computer science, and code breaking.
그의 연구는 오늘날 통계 역학, 컴퓨터 과학, 암호 해독 분야에서 여전히 널리 사용되고 있다. {영독능찬3-4 From India to England}

Or Lincoln Dollars for picking up trash on the playground or for helping a young child find the bathroom ― deeds that used to be called 'good citizenship.
혹은 운동장에서 쓰레기를 줍거나 혹은 어린아이가 화장실을 찾도록 도와주는 행동, '훌륭한 시민'이라고 불리곤 했던 행동을 하고 Lincoln Dollars를 획득하는 것을 배웠다. {1011H3-23}

Big words are resented by persons who don't understand them and, of course, very often they are used to confuse and impress rather than clarify.
과장된 말을 이해하지 못하는 사람들은 그 말에 대해 분개하고, 물론 그 말은 아주 종종 명료하게 하기 보다는 혼란스럽고 관심을 끄는데 사용된다. {1011H3-25}

Biologists used to think this sound was simply the result of the shrimp’s claw closing.
생물 학자들은이 소리가 단순히 새우의 클로가 닫힌 결과라고 생각했다. {ILR10-3}

They also say that they had opposable thumbs, walked upright, and used tools.
그들은 또한 상대방이 엄지 손가락을 가졌고 똑바로 걷고 도구를 사용했다고 말합니다. {ILR12-4}

Chris: I think you're getting used to my accent now.
아, 안녕, Chris. {중2천김 1}

We don't talk to each other like we used to.
우리는 예전에 했던 것처럼 서로에게 말을 하지 않아요. {중3능김 1}

Certain countries can no longer be seen on the map, although they used to be there 50 years ago.
세계 지도는 바뀌었다. {중3능김 2}

In those times, all clothes were just used to cover bodies.
그 당시에 모든 옷들은 단지 몸을 가리는 용도로만 사용되었다. {중3능김 2}

I can't wait to meet them, so I spend time looking at the photos to get used to their faces and names.
저는 학생들을 빨리 만나고 싶어서, 그들의 얼굴과 이름에 익숙해지도록 사진을 보면서 시간을 보냅니다. {중3능김 3}

• Yunju, a food stylist who designs and decorates food • Siwon, a cameraman who films advertisements • Junho, a soccer coach who used to be a famous soccer player • Jisun, the head manager for the Seoul-Moscow Railway, who was called Ms. Fix-it-all At Yunju's restaurant Yunju: Hey!
• 윤주, 음식을 디자인하고 장식하는 푸드스타일리스트 • 시원, 광고를 촬영하는 카메라맨 • 준호, 유명한 축구 선수였던 축구 코치 • 지선, 만능 수리공이라고 불렸던, 서울-모스크바 철도의 최고 관리자 윤주의 식당에서 윤주: 야! {중3능김 1}

The julgwangdae might say, "People used to tell me if I can walk on the rope, then I can succeed in everything.
줄광대는 이렇게 말할 수 있죠. {영1천김3-3}

The term used to describe this way of thinking about knowledge is that knowledge is socially constructed.
지식에 대한 이러한 사고방식을 기술하기 위해 사용되는 말은 지식이 사회적으로 구성된다는 것이다. {1933-32}

Earrings made of silver or gold had practical purposes as well—if the pirate died at sea, they were used to pay for funeral expenses when his body washed ashore.
은이나 금으로 만들어진 귀고리는 또한 실용적인 용도를 가지고 있었다. {빠바기초 4}

In cases such as this, the earrings would also be used to pay the cost of transporting the pirate’s body.
어떤 해적들은 자신의 시신이 가족에게 확실히 보내지도록 하기 위해서 자신의 귀고리에 심지어 고향 이름을 새겨 넣기까지 했다. {빠바기초 4}

He reduced the number of dots in each character from 12 to 6, creating a new system that is still being used today.
Louis Braille는 그것의 주요 결점, 즉 사람의 손가락이 움직이지 않고서는 글자를 읽을 수 없다는 점을 수정함으로써 그 체계를 개선했다. {빠바기초 2}

They used to be quite common.
제비들은 매우 흔했었다. {빠바기초 4}

Many people feel sorry that the swallows, which used to visit in large numbers, are becoming rare.
많은 사람들은 한때 많은 수가 찾아오곤 했던 제비들이 희귀해지고 있는 것을 안타깝게 여긴다. {빠바기초 4}

“I used to babysit you.
“물론 알지.”라고 그 여자는 대답했다. {빠바기초 5}

Salvador Dali, known as a great surrealist, used to get ideas for paintings from a state of semi-sleep.
위대한 초현실주의자로 알려진 Salvador Dali는 반수면 상태에서 그림을 위한 아이디어를 얻곤 했다. {빠바기초 2}

The agreement also calls for large amounts of money to be spent on adapting to the changes caused to the Earth.
또한 이 협정은 지구에 일어나는 변화에 적응하는 데 사용될 많은 돈을 요구한다. {빠바기초 4}

One or two tablespoons of finely ground coffee are used to make it, and it can be brewed in about 30 seconds.
그것은 작은 한 잔의 진한 커피이다. {빠바기초 2}

Now, the term is used to describe similar situations with useless solutions.
정부는 문제를 해결하려고 노력한 것이었지만, 사실상 상황을 훨씬 더 악화시켰다. {빠바기초 2}

The Program for International Student Assessment, or PISA, is used to evaluate education systems by testing 15-year-old students.
국제 학업 성취도 평가, 다른 말로 PISA는 15세 학생들을 테스트함으로써 교육 시스템을 평가하는 데 이용된다. {빠바기초 1}

First of all, wigs are used to show that lawyers are honorable people who do important things.
우선, 가발은 변호사들이 중요한 일을 하는 훌륭한 사람들이라는 것을 보여 주기 위해 사용된다. {빠바기초 12}

A lot of plastic foam is used to make packaging containers.
많은 플라스틱 폼(일명 스티로폼)은 포장 용기를 만드는 데 사용된다. {48.1 영1천이 3-2}

I used to be a real elitist - I worked hard, I attended all the best schools, and I thought that with my smarts, my talents, and my background, I was pretty hot stuff.
저는 엘리트주의자였습니다 - 열심히 일하고, 최고의 학교를 다녔고, 내 영리함, 내 재능, 그리고 내 배경으로, 제가 꽤 능력 있는 사람이라고 생각했습니다. {영2천이8-3}

Many users didn't like this change and, on principle, refused to click on the ads.
많은 사용자들이 이 변화를 싫어했고, 기본적으로 광고를 클릭 하기를 싫어했다. {1606H2-32}

In addition to emoticons, capitals are used to express feelings.
이모티콘에 더하여, 대문자도 감정을 표현하는 데 이용된답니다. {중3시신 2}

Today, Pandora's box is used to refer to a source of bad things.
오늘 날, 판도라의 상자는 불행의 원인을 가리키는 말로 사용된다. {중3시신 2}

Today, the Midas touch is used to describe someone making a lot of money in everything he does.
오늘날, 미다스의 손이란 말은 무엇을 하든지 돈을 많이 버는 사람을 묘사할 때 쓰인다. {중3시신 3}

Some years ago, a clothing company used to send out an automated reply that read, "While we cannot get back to you personally, we do appreciate your input."
몇 년 전, 한 의류 회사가 "저희가 개별적으로 답신을 해드리지는 못하지만 귀하의 의견을 정말 가치 있게 여깁니다'라고 쓰인 자동으로 작성된 답신을 보내곤 했다. {SS 1112}

More than two thirds of all agricultural land is used to raise grains and vegetables for livestock while merely eight percent of the agricultural land is used to grow food for direct human consumption.
전체 농지의 3분의 2 이상이 가축을 위한 곡물과 채소를 기르는 데 이용되며, 반면에 농지 중 단지 8퍼센트만이 사람의 직접적인 소비를 위한 식량을 재배하는 데 이용된다. {E1VH 602}

They do not answer the calls of birds that have refused to help others before.
그들은 이전에 다른 새들을 돕기를 거절한 새의 부름에는 답하지 않는다. {ESH204}

In fact, medicine used to fight depression works in the same way—.
사실, 우울증을 퇴치하는 데 사용되는 약은 같은 방식으로 작용한다. {빠바유독 1-5}

While Sapto used to be our competitor, it is now a strong partner.
Sapto는 우리의 경쟁사였지만, 이제는 강력한 파트너입니다. {빠바유독 3-3}

Key fobs allow you the convenience of unlocking your car from a distance, so they're widely used today.
무선 키는 당신에게 멀리서 차의 잠금을 해제할 수 있게 하는 편의를 제공하여 오늘날 널리 사용된다. {빠바유독 3-6}

Cookies can be used to give you content that may interest you or to automatically log you in upon your arrival.
쿠키는 당신의 관심을 끌지도 모르는 내용을 당신에게 제공하거나 당신이 방문한 즉시 자동으로 로그인하도록 하는 데 사용될 수 있다. {빠바유독 4-3}

Some years ago, a clothing company used to send out an automated reply that read, "While we cannot get back to you personally, we do appreciate your input."
몇 년 전, 한 의류 회사가 "저희가 개별적으로 답신을 해드리지는 못하지만 귀하의 의견을 정말 가치 있게 여깁니다'라고 쓰인 자동으로 작성된 답신을 보내곤 했다. {수특1112}

I used to train with a world-class runner who was constantly hooking himself up to pulse meters and pace keepers.
나는 맥박 측정기와 평균 속도 계측기에 끊임없이 자신을 연결하는 어떤 세계 일류 선수와 훈련을 하곤 했었다. {1406H3-30}

Despite all the spending, computers are not often used to do anything that couldn't be done as easily—and more cheaply and effectively—with old-fashioned books, pencils, paper, and chalk.
모든 지출에도 불구하고 컴퓨터는, 구식의 책, 연필, 종이 및 분필로, 그만큼 쉽게, 그리고 더 저렴하고 효과적으로, 이루어질 수 없는 것을 하는 데 자주 사용되지는 않는다. {리파기 14-3}

The dough used to make vasilopita differs depending on regional and family traditions.
바실로피타를 만드는 데 사용되는 반죽은 지역과 가족의 전통에 따라 다르다. {실2천김3-1}

Scientists used to think that the brain was done growing by the time you turned 12 since the brain reaches its maximum size around that age.
과학자들은 뇌가 12살 즈음에 최대 크기에 다다르기 때문에 그 무렵에는 뇌의 성장이 완료된다고 생각했습니다. {ENK802}

It was used to describe computers, not people.
그것은 사람이 아니라 컴퓨터를 기술하기 위하여 사용되었다. {1411H3-31}

It can be used for any purpose, but many people assume it will be used to further their favorite hopes for society ― and this is the fundamental flaw.
그것은 어떤 목적으로든 사용될 수 있지만, 많은 사람은 그것이 사회를 위해 '그들이' 선호하는 희망을 증진하는 데 사용될 것이라고 가정하는데, 이것이 근본적으로 잘못된 것이다. {1411H3-32}

Emotional eating is a popular term used to describe eating that is influenced by emotions, both positive and negative.
'감정적 식사'는 긍정적 감정과 부정적 감정 모두에 의해 영향 받는 식사를 설명하기 위해 사용되는 일반적인 용어이다. {1809H3-36}

He used to say that the good is to keep one's soul free from all impurity, from all attacks of passion.
그는 선은 사람의 영혼을 모든 불순으로부터, 모든 격정의 공격으로부터 자유롭게 해 주기 위한 것이라고 말하곤 했다. {18수특20-4}

Socrates, if we can believe Plato's dialogues, used to set forth his ideas in myths.
플라톤의 대화편을 믿을 수 있다면, 소크라테스는 자신의 생각을 우화로 설명하곤 했다. {18수특20-4}

Results: Day 1 It's hard to get used to life without a smartphone.
결과: 1일 차 스마트폰 없는 삶에 익숙해지는 것은 어렵다. {실1능6-2}

I have gotten used to feeling free; without my smartphone people can't contact me all the time.
나는 홀가분한 느낌에 익숙해졌다; 왜냐하면 내가 스마트폰이 없으니 사람들이 나에게 항상 연락을 취할 수 없기 때문이다. {실1능6-4}

Although I've gotten used to not having it and have enjoyed the positive changes its absence brought to my life, I know how convenient it is to have a smartphone.
스마트폰을 가지고 있지 않은 것에 익숙해지고, 그것이 없는 것이 내 삶에 가져온 긍정적인 변화를 즐기게 되었지만, 나는 스마트폰을 가지고 있는 것이 얼마나 편리한 지를 안다. {실1능6-5}

In addition, I won't overuse my smartphone or allow it to distract me from my studies or conversations with family and friends the way it used to.
게다가 나는 스마트폰을 과다하게 사용하지 않을 것이며, 예전에 그랬듯이 그것이 학업과 가족 및 친구들과의 대화로부터 내가 집중하지 못하게 내버려두지 않을 것이다. {실1능6-5}

While Sapto used to be our competitor, it is now a strong partner.
Sapto는 우리의 경쟁사였지만, 이제는 강력한 파트너입니다. {114.1 빠바유독 3-3}

Key fobs allow you the convenience of unlocking your car from a distance, so they're widely used today.
무선 키는 당신에게 멀리서 차의 잠금을 해제할 수 있게 하는 편의를 제공하여 오늘날 널리 사용된다. {79.0 빠바유독 3-6}

In fact, medicine used to fight depression works in the same way—.
사실, 우울증을 퇴치하는 데 사용되는 약은 같은 방식으로 작용한다. {69.0 빠바유독 1-5}

Cookies can be used to give you content that may interest you or to automatically log you in upon your arrival.
쿠키는 당신의 관심을 끌지도 모르는 내용을 당신에게 제공하거나 당신이 방문한 즉시 자동으로 로그인하도록 하는 데 사용될 수 있다. {67.1 빠바유독 4-3}

Many users didn't like this change and, on principle, refused to click on the ads.
많은 사용자들이 이 변화를 싫어했고, 기본적으로 광고를 클릭 하기를 싫어했다. {32}

In fact, medicine used to fight depression works in the same way—.
사실, 우울증을 퇴치하는 데 사용되는 약은 같은 방식으로 작용한다. {FR 105}

While Sapto used to be our competitor, it is now a strong partner.
Sapto는 우리의 경쟁사였지만, 이제는 강력한 파트너입니다. {FR 303}

Key fobs allow you the convenience of unlocking your car from a distance, so they're widely used today.
무선 키는 당신에게 멀리서 차의 잠금을 해제할 수 있게 하는 편의를 제공하여 오늘날 널리 사용된다. {FR 306}

Cookies can be used to give you content that may interest you or to automatically log you in upon your arrival.
쿠키는 당신의 관심을 끌지도 모르는 내용을 당신에게 제공하거나 당신이 방문한 즉시 자동으로 로그인하도록 하는 데 사용될 수 있다. {FR 403}

Some years ago, a clothing company used to send out an automated reply that read, "While we cannot get back to you personally, we do appreciate your input."
몇 년 전, 한 의류 회사가 "저희가 개별적으로 답신을 해드리지는 못하지만 귀하의 의견을 정말 가치 있게 여깁니다'라고 쓰인 자동으로 작성된 답신을 보내곤 했다. {SS 1112}

Find better habits and try to get used to them.
더 좋은 습관을 찾아서 익숙해지도록 노력해 보세요. {중3지양 1}

He used to say, "I would rather be buried in Korea than in Westminster Abbey."
불행하게도 그는 도착한 지 일주일 만에 86세의 나이로 세상을 떠났다. {중3지양 2}

Even though there may be a logically easy set of procedures to follow, it's still an emotional battle to change your habits and introduce new, uncomfortable behaviors that you are not used to.
비록 지켜야 할 논리적으로는 수월한 일련의 절차들이 존재할 수 있지만, 습관을 바꾸고 익숙하지 않은 새롭고 불편한 행동들을 시작하는 것은 여전히 감정적인 분투이다. {1811H2-39}

Most — if not all — blockchain-based networks feature market-based or game-theoretical mechanisms for reaching consensus, which can be used to coordinate people or machines.
모두 그런 것은 아니지만, 대부분의 블록체인 기반 네트워크는 합의에 이르기 위해 시장을 기반으로 하거나 게임 이론의 메커니즘을 특징으로 하는데, 이것은 사람이나 기계들을 조정하는 데 사용될 수 있다. {1811h2-4142}

Because blockchains are pseudonymous and have a tamper-resistant data structure supported by decentralized consensus mechanisms, they can be used to coordinate socially unacceptable or criminal conduct, including conduct facilitated by autonomous software programs.
블록체인은 유사 익명성이 있고 분산적 합의 메커니즘에 의해 지원되는 변형 억제 데이터 구조를 가지고 있기 때문에, 그것은 자동화 소프트웨어 프로그램에 의해 가능해진 행위를 포함한 사회적으로 용인되지 않는 또는 범죄 행위를 조직화하는 데 이용될 수 있다. {1811h2-4142}

Humans tend to like what they have grown up in and gotten used to.
인간은 자신이 자라고 익숙해진 것을 좋아하는 경향이 있다. {1931-34}

But not for long, Toby vowed not to forget the boy he had refused to give his shirt to.
하지만 이내 Toby는 자신이 셔츠를 주기를 거부했던 그 소년에 대해 잊지 않겠다 고 맹세했다. {1931-4345}

Some years ago, a clothing company used to send out an automated reply that read, "While we cannot get back to you personally, we do appreciate your input."
몇 년 전, 한 의류 회사가 "저희가 개별적으로 답신을 해드리지는 못하지만 귀하의 의견을 정말 가치 있게 여깁니다'라고 쓰인 자동으로 작성된 답신을 보내곤 했다. {70.9 SS 1112}

In addition, pets are used to great advantage with the institutionalized aged.
게다가, 애완동물은 시설에 수용된 노인들에게 매우 유익하게 이용된다. {1611H3-28}

Joni liked to play on the roof of her house and often refused to come down.
Joni는 그녀의 집 지붕 위에서 노는 것을 좋아했고 내려오는 것을 자주 거부했다. {18영독1-1}

Most of the conventional household cleaning products used today are toxic.
오늘날 사용되는 기존의 가정용 세제 대부분은 유독하다. {18영독5-4}

Likewise, animal rights groups are loath to let charismatic animals such as elk or wild horses die — they demand that no-kill methods be used to control populations.
또한, 동물 권리 단체는 엘크나 야생마 같은 카리스마 있는 동물이 죽도록 내버려 두는 것을 싫어하는데, 개체군의 성장을 억제하기 위해 죽이지 않는 방법이 사용되어야 한다고 요구한다. {18영독8-11,12}

Travel used to be something that special people did for special reasons; today, everyone travels to the far corners of the earth without giving it a second thought.
여행은 특별한 사람들이 특별한 목적을 위해서 하는 것이었는데, 오늘날에는 모든 사람들이 깊이 생각할 것도 없이 지구의 방방 곡곡으로 여행을 한다. {18영독10-09}

The functionality of a piece of work often determines which category is used to describe it and therefore its worth.
한 작품의 기능성은 그것을 설명하는 데 어떤 범주가 사용되는가를 흔히 결정하며, 그러므로 그것의 가치도 결정한다. {18영독13-03}

Even though most of us are very used to seeing advertisements, some advertisements still have a capacity to generate offence and provoke debate around advertising’s moral values and social influence.
우리 대부분이 광고를 보는 것에 아주 익숙함에도 불구하고, 어떤 광고들은 여전히 기분을 상하게 하고 광고의 도덕적 가치와 사회적 영향을 둘러싼 논쟁을 유발할 가능성이 있다. {18영독13-16}

Much to my surprise, the manager refused to accept the return.
매우 뜻밖에도, 매니저는 반품을 받아주기를 거부했습니다. {18영독14-01}

The external triggers of depressed mood can be like tigers hiding in the grass: You may hardly be aware of their effect on your mood because you’re unaware of them or you’ve become used to them.
우울한 기분의 외적 계기는 풀속에 숨어있는 호랑이와 같을 수도 있다. {18영독14-11}

As for me, my favorite color is green, but I felt it did not go well with my skin tone, so I used to avoid wearing it.
저의 경우, 제가 제일 좋아하는 색상은 초록색이지만, 그것이 제 피부색과 어울리지 않는다고 생각해서 그것을 입는 것을 피하곤 했습니다. {영비홍 2-2}

They were so used to being around people that they would wait until people weren't paying attention and then steal their crackers!
비둘기들은 사람들 주위에 있는 것에 너무나 익숙해져서 사람들이 주의를 기울이지 않을 때까지 기다렸다가 그들의 크래커를 훔치곤 했다! {영비홍 4-6}

They do not answer the calls of birds that have refused to help others before. {i1top100}

Dad would play his cello, and my sister used to accompany him on her piano. {UNIT 10}

Prehistoric people used to change their surrounding ecosystems by hunting large mammals. {UNIT 11}

He refused to submit to social prejudices. {UNIT 15}

When I was little, I used to imagine that adults had infinite power. {UNIT 17}

Maple syrup can be used to compensate for a lack of sugar. {UNIT 19}

She refused to assent to the terms of the contract. {UNIT 21}

The observatory will be used to conduct research on the atmosphere. {UNIT 23}

The water from the reservoir is used to irrigate the area. {UNIT 32}

The money will be used to endow the museum and research facility. {UNIT 33}

The military regime refused to recognize the election results. {UNIT 34}

He used to just sit at a bar, drink a glass of wine, and listen to jazz. {UNIT 34}

DNA from crime scenes is now commonly used to prosecute criminals. {UNIT 37}

Statements given to the police by witnesses are used to track down those who commit crimes. {UNIT 37}

In the Middle Ages, knights used to wear armor in battle. {UNIT 38}

Early explorers used to navigate the sea by the stars. {UNIT 39}

Pilates was originally used to rehabilitate injured athletes. {UNIT 42}

A block of flats in Ashford used to accommodate homeless people is due to be demolished. {UNIT 42}

Alcohol is used to sterilize wounds. {UNIT 44}

We tried to convince Harry, but he refused to go along with our plan. {UNIT 53}

My friends used to call me Marine Boy and say, "You’ll be an aquarist." {타파 1-1.1}

Such clothing is now used to provide insight on the high value placed on textiles in the past, as well as to how that value has diminished over time.
현재 이러한 옷은 과거에 직물에 매겨진 높은 가치에 대한 통찰력을 제공하며, 이에 더하여 그 가치가 시간이 지남에 따라 어떻게 감소해왔는지에 대해서도 통찰력을 준다. {190.0 SS 2002}

Abduction is a process of reasoning used to decide which explanation of given phenomena we should select, and so, naturally, it is also called 'argument to the best explanation'.
귀추법은 주어진 현상에 대해 어떤 설명을 선택해야 할 것인지 결정하는데 사용되는 추론의 과정이고 그래서 당연히 그것은 '최선의 설명을 향해 가는 논증'이라고 불린다. {143.7 SS 1902}

Some years ago, a clothing company used to send out an automated reply that read, "While we cannot get back to you personally, we do appreciate your input."
몇 년 전, 한 의류 회사가 "저희가 개별적으로 답신을 해드리지는 못하지만 귀하의 의견을 정말 가치 있게 여깁니다'라고 쓰인 자동으로 작성된 답신을 보내곤 했다. {135.3 SS 1112}

Cookies can be used to give you content that may interest you or to automatically log you in upon your arrival.
쿠키는 당신의 관심을 끌지도 모르는 내용을 당신에게 제공하거나 당신이 방문한 즉시 자동으로 로그인하도록 하는 데 사용될 수 있다. {14.5 빠바유독 4-3}

While Sapto used to be our competitor, it is now a strong partner.
Sapto는 우리의 경쟁사였지만, 이제는 강력한 파트너입니다. {12.5 빠바유독 3-3}

Key fobs allow you the convenience of unlocking your car from a distance, so they're widely used today.
무선 키는 당신에게 멀리서 차의 잠금을 해제할 수 있게 하는 편의를 제공하여 오늘날 널리 사용된다. {7.5 빠바유독 3-6}

In fact, medicine used to fight depression works in the same way—.
사실, 우울증을 퇴치하는 데 사용되는 약은 같은 방식으로 작용한다. {6 빠바유독 1-5}

They do not answer the calls of birds that have refused to help others before.
그들은 이전에 다른 새들을 돕기를 거절한 새의 부름에는 답하지 않는다. {48.6 ESH204}

He refused to show Charles his paintings, and instead of hanging them up, used to turn them against the wall.
그는 Charles에게 자신의 그림을 보여 주기를 거부했고, 그것들을 걸어 두는 대신에 벽면을 향해 돌려놓곤 했다. {18수완 1}

A screening test, as distinct from a diagnostic test, is used to identify disease in people who have no symptoms.
진단 검사와 구별되는 선별 검사는 증상이 없는 사람들의 질병을 확인하기 위해 사용된다. {18수완 3}

According to this belief, anger is aroused too quickly for you to be able to stop it.
이 믿음에 따르면 화는 너무 빨리 일어나서 여러분은 그것을 멈출 수 없다. {18수완 4}

Power and prestige could be consolidated by controlling food stores used to fuel public festivals or emergencies.
힘과 명예는 공공 축제나 비상사태에 공급하기 위해 사용되는 식량 저장물을 통제함으로써 강화될 수 있었다. {18수완 1}

Growth charts used to measure progress were largely based on babies fed on formula milk (bottle-fed babies) and are wrong.
발달을 측정하는 데 사용된 성장표는 대개 조제 분유를 먹인 아기들(젖병을 물린 아기들)을 토대로 했는데, 그것이 잘못되었다는 것이다. {18수완 39}

Inbound tourist arrival statistics should be treated with caution, especially if they are being used to identify temporal trends.
국내로 들어오는 관광객 유입 통계는, 특히 시간에 따른 경향을 확인하기 위해 사용되고 있다면, 유의해서 다루어져야 한다. {18수완 39}

We're simply substituting labor in the recycling center for energy and huge machines used to extract new materials in remote places.
우리는 먼 지역에서 새로운 자재를 추출하기 위해 사용된 에너지와 거대한 기계들을 재활용 센터의 노동력으로 대체하고 있을 뿐이다. {37}

Despite the coach's negative perspective, Conner refused to accept such limitations that he pointed out.
그 코치의 부정적인 견해에도 불구하고 Conner는 그(Paul Ziert)가 지적했던 그러한 한계들을 받아들이기를 거부하였다. {4345}

However, all greetings are usually used to welcome people and wish them good things.
하지만 모든 인사말은 대개 사람들을 환영하고 그들에게 좋은 일이 있기를 기원하기 위해 사용된다. {중2천이 2}

Some years ago, a clothing company used to send out an automated reply that read, "While we cannot get back to you personally, we do appreciate your input."
몇 년 전, 한 의류 회사가 "저희가 개별적으로 답신을 해드리지는 못하지만 귀하의 의견을 정말 가치 있게 여깁니다'라고 쓰인 자동으로 작성된 답신을 보내곤 했다. {12.5 수특1112}

One explanation for this is that the first words in each list created a first impression that respondents used to interpret the remaining adjectives. {#15-184월}

Even though there may be a logically easy set of procedures to follow, it’s still an emotional battle to change your habits and introduce new, uncomfortable behaviors that you are not used to. {#고2}

Anyway, I'm used to paying for my younger friends now.
아무튼, 저는 이제 저보다 어린 친구들을 위해 돈을 내는 것에 익숙해져 있습니다. {중2두김 5-2}

Pluto used to be considered a planet.
명왕성은 행성으로 여겨졌었다. {주리튜예9-4}

While Sapto used to be our competitor, it is now a strong partner.
Sapto는 우리의 경쟁사였지만, 이제는 강력한 파트너입니다. {61.5 빠바유독 3-3}

Key fobs allow you the convenience of unlocking your car from a distance, so they're widely used today.
무선 키는 당신에게 멀리서 차의 잠금을 해제할 수 있게 하는 편의를 제공하여 오늘날 널리 사용된다. {46.5 빠바유독 3-6}

In fact, medicine used to fight depression works in the same way—.
사실, 우울증을 퇴치하는 데 사용되는 약은 같은 방식으로 작용한다. {43.0 빠바유독 1-5}

Cookies can be used to give you content that may interest you or to automatically log you in upon your arrival.
쿠키는 당신의 관심을 끌지도 모르는 내용을 당신에게 제공하거나 당신이 방문한 즉시 자동으로 로그인하도록 하는 데 사용될 수 있다. {38.1 빠바유독 4-3}

Suddenly Diego was not the sad little boy we had become used to.
갑자기 Diego는 우리가 익숙해 있었던 그 슬픈 꼬마 소년이 아니었다. {E1NK 105}

However, Kansong refused to part with it because he knew that it was the most magnificent vase of its kind.
하지만, 간송은 그것이 그런 종류의 화병 중에서 가장 아름다운 화병이라는 것을 알고 있었기 때문에 그것을 내주는 것을 거절했다. {E1NK 403}

Biomimicry is also being used to solve problems in the fields of robotics, agriculture, and many others.
자연 모방 (기술)은 또한 로봇공학, 농업, 그리고 많은 다른 분야에서 문제점들을 해결하기 위해 사용되고 있다. {E1NK 506}

The woman explained that she had made the dress and that she used to be a seamstress when she lived in her home country of Jamaica.
그 여자는 그녀가 그 드레스를 만들었고 그녀가 자신의 모국인 Jamaica에서 살 때 재봉사였다고 설명했다. {1843-30}

A lot of plastic foam is used to make packaging containers.
많은 플라스틱 폼(일명 스티로폼)은 포장 용기를 만드는 데 사용된다. {E1CL 302}

While dogs have been used in nursing homes, hospitals, and prisons, this is the first time dogs have been used to help children become better readers.
개들이 양로원, 병원, 감 옥에서 이용되어 오긴 했지만, 아이들이 더 나은 독서가가 되도록 돕는 데 이용된 것은 이번이 처음이다. {15.0 수만기 2-12}

As for me, my favorite color is green, but I felt it did not go well with my skin tone, so I used to avoid wearing it.
저의 경우, 제가 제일 좋아하는 색상은 초록색이지만, 그것이 제 피부색과 어울리지 않는다고 생각해서 그것을 입는 것을 피하곤 했습니다. {4 영비홍 2-2}

But users of opioids can get used to them.
그러나 오피오이드의 사용자들은 그것에 익숙해질 수 있다. {03 The dangers of pain meds}

A person seems to get used to everything, which is both reassuring and depressing.
사람은 모든 것에 익숙해지는 것 같은데, 이는 안심시키기도 하고 우울하게 만들기도 한다. {1810H3-4142}

While Sapto used to be our competitor, it is now a strong partner.
Sapto는 우리의 경쟁사였지만, 이제는 강력한 파트너입니다. {54.1 빠바유독 3-3}

Key fobs allow you the convenience of unlocking your car from a distance, so they're widely used today.
무선 키는 당신에게 멀리서 차의 잠금을 해제할 수 있게 하는 편의를 제공하여 오늘날 널리 사용된다. {43.2 빠바유독 3-6}

In fact, medicine used to fight depression works in the same way—.
사실, 우울증을 퇴치하는 데 사용되는 약은 같은 방식으로 작용한다. {40.8 빠바유독 1-5}

Cookies can be used to give you content that may interest you or to automatically log you in upon your arrival.
쿠키는 당신의 관심을 끌지도 모르는 내용을 당신에게 제공하거나 당신이 방문한 즉시 자동으로 로그인하도록 하는 데 사용될 수 있다. {29.3 빠바유독 4-3}

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Second, lack of a written-out procedure does not allow students to identify the origin of an answer or how an answer to a problem is derived.
둘째, 글로 작성한 절차가 없으면 학생들로 하여금 답의 기원, 즉 어떤 문제에 대한 답이 어떻게 도출되는지를 확인할 수 없게 한다. {110.9 REPO204}

Second, lack of a written-out procedure does not allow students to identify the origin of an answer or how an answer to a problem is derived.
둘째, 글로 작성한 절차가 없으면 학생들로 하여금 답의 기원, 즉 어떤 문제에 대한 답이 어떻게 도출되는지를 확인할 수 없게 한다. {20.0 REPO204}

How can we maximize the benefits that our descendants derive from the natural world?
자연계에서 우리의 후손이 이끌어 낼 이득을 우리가 어떻게 극대화할 수 있는가? {SS 308}

People who lack reputation individually may be able to derive it from an institution to which they belong.
평판이 개인적으로 부족한 사람들은 그들이 속해 있는 단체에서 평판을 이끌어 낼 수 있을지도 모른다. {영독 39}

Institutional reputation is often derived from the personal reputation of the founder.
단체의 평판은 많은 경우 설립자의 개인적인 평판에서 비롯된다. {영독 39}

The meanings of most words depend on their context; with relative terms, the meaning of the terms derives from their context.
대부분의 단어의 의미는 그 문맥에 의해 좌우되며, 상대적인 용어의 경우, 그 용어의 의미는 그 문맥으로부터 '도출된다'. {19영독 T2-03}

For example, a person may derive intrinsic satisfaction from helping others;.
예를 들어, 어떤 사람은 다른 사람을 돕는 것으로부터 내적 만족감을 얻을 수 있다. {1833-33}

So if the recipient reciprocates favor for favor, both intrinsic and extrinsic satisfaction derive from the profitable interaction.
그래서 (도움을) 받는 사람이 호의를 호의로 보답한다면, 그 유익한 상호 작용으로부터 내적 만족과 외적 만족이 둘 다 나온다. {1833-33}

Major long-term threats to deep-sea fishes, as with all life on the planet, derive from trends of global climate change.
지구상의 모든 생물체가 그렇듯이, 심해어류에 대한 장기간의 주요 위협은 지구 기후 변화의 추세에서 비롯된다. {1833-40}

The term euphemism derives from a Greek word meaning 'to speak with good words' and involves substituting a more pleasant, less objectionable way of saying something for a blunt or more direct way.
완곡어법이라는 말은 "좋은 단어들로 말하다"를 의미하는 그리스 단어에서 비롯되었으며, 무언가를 말하는 더 듣기 좋고 불쾌감이 덜한 방식으로 직설적이거나 보다 직접적인 방식을 대체하는 것과 관련되어 있다. {1111H3-31}

Also, unlike embryonic stem cells, which have a high risk of developing tumors, urine-derived cells are not likely to develop tumors.
또한, 종양을 발생시킬 위험이 높은 배아줄기세포와 달리, 소변에서 추출된 세포는 종양을 발생시킬 가능성이 낮다. {빠바구문 3}

How can we maximize the benefits that our descendants derive from the natural world?
자연계에서 우리의 후손이 이끌어 낼 이득을 우리가 어떻게 극대화할 수 있는가? {SS 308}

As a result, the symbolic meanings derived from cars and their relationship to consumer self-identity and status are likely to change in turn.
결과적으로 자동차에서 끌어내는 상징적인 의미와 그것들이 소비자의 자아 정체성과 지위와 맺는 연관성은 결국 변할 가능성이 높다. {SS 2602}

How can we maximize the benefits that our descendants derive from the natural world?
자연계에서 우리의 후손이 이끌어 낼 이득을 우리가 어떻게 극대화할 수 있는가? {SS 308}

To derive the most useful information from multiple sources of evidence, you should always try to make these sources independent of each other.
증거에 대한 다수의 출처로부터 가장 유용한 정보를 도출하기 위해서, 당신은 항상 이 출처들을 서로 독립적 상태로 만들도록 노력해야 한다. {1862-29}

But with the switch from the hunter-gatherer lifestyle to a more settled way of life, humans came to rely on a new beverage derived from barley and wheat, the cereal grains that were the first plants to be deliberately cultivated.
하지만수렵채집의생활양식에서더정착된방식의삶 으로의 변화로 인해, 인간은 의도적으로 경작된 최초의 식물이었던 곡물인 보리와 밀에서 생겨난 새로운 음료에 의존하게 되었다. {RM 1306}

The same experiment has also been conducted in the U.S.A. with waitresses who derive much of their income from customer tips.
수입의 대부분을 고객들의 팁에서 얻는 웨이 트리스를 상대로 미국에서 동일한 실험이 또한 수행되어 왔다. {RM 1505}

Elephant Butte Reservoir derives its name from an island in the lake, a flat-topped, eroded volcanic core in the shape of an elephant.
Elephant Butte Reservoir는 호수에 있는 한 섬에서 그 이름이 유래된 것인데, 그 섬은 코끼리 모양으로 윗부분이 평평하고 침식된 화산의 중심부이다. {25}

I believe that this lastingness derives from the richness and complexity of its structure.
나는 이런 영속성은 그것의 구조적인 풍요로움과 복잡성에서 파생된다고 믿는다. {18수특3-4}

Thus, in the twentieth century, as Western-derived culture has affected most others, most non-Western musics now show some influences of Western music.
따라서 20세기에 서양에서 유래한 문화가 대부분의 다른 문화에 영향을 주어서 대부분의 비서양 음악이 이제 어느 정도 서양 음악의 영향을 받았다는 것을 보여 준다. {18수특t1-4}

14 For this reason I kneel before the Father, 15 from whom his whole family in heaven and on earth derives its name. {}

To derive the most useful information from multiple sources of evidence, you should always try to make these sources independent of each other.
증거에 대한 다수의 출처로부터 가장 유용한 정보를 도출하기 위해서, 당신은 항상 이 출처들을 서로 독립적 상태로 만들도록 노력해야 한다. {53.8 1862-29}

Not only is it built from materials derived from vegetables, it also runs on chocolate!
그것은 식물에서 추출된 물질들로 만들어졌을 뿐만 아니라, 초콜릿으로 움직이기까지 한다! {빠바유독 8-ex2}

Second, lack of a written-out procedure does not allow students to identify the origin of an answer or how an answer to a problem is derived.
둘째, 글로 작성한 절차가 없으면 학생들로 하여금 답의 기원, 즉 어떤 문제에 대한 답이 어떻게 도출되는지를 확인할 수 없게 한다. {리파기 2-4}

Second, lack of a written-out procedure does not allow students to identify the origin of an answer or how an answer to a problem is derived.
둘째, 글로 작성한 절차가 없으면 학생들로 하여금 답의 기원, 즉 어떤 문제에 대한 답이 어떻게 도출되는지를 확인할 수 없게 한다. {54.6 REPO204}

Many forms of self-benefit can be derived from helping.
자기 이익의 많은 형태들은 돕는 것으로부터 나올 수 있다. {29}

The demand for passenger air services is a derived demand.
탑승객 항공 서비스에 대한 수요는 파생된 수요이다. {29}

The interest served by the right to vote is not specific to the vote but of a more general kind and derivative of everyone's interest in being treated as an equal.
투표권에 의해 제공되는 이익은 투표에 특유하지 않고 더 일반적인 종류의 것이며 평등한 존재로 대우 받는 것에 대한 모든 사람들의 관심에서 유래된다. {21}

Second, lack of a written-out procedure does not allow students to identify the origin of an answer or how an answer to a problem is derived.
둘째, 글로 작성한 절차가 없으면 학생들로 하여금 답의 기원, 즉 어떤 문제에 대한 답이 어떻게 도출되는지를 확인할 수 없게 한다. {RP 204}

14 For this reason I kneel before the Father, 15 from whom his whole family in heaven and on earth derives its name. {}

In fact, many inventions have been derived from nature.
실제로 많은 발명품이 자연에서 유래되었다. {4-1}

For example, a person may derive intrinsic satisfaction from helping others;.
예를 들어, 어떤 사람은 다른 사람을 돕는 것으로부터 내적 만족감을 얻을 수 있다. {1833-33}

So if the recipient reciprocates favor for favor, both intrinsic and extrinsic satisfaction derive from the profitable interaction.
그래서 (도움을) 받는 사람이 호의를 호의로 보답한다면, 그 유익한 상호 작용으로부터 내적 만족과 외적 만족이 둘 다 나온다. {1833-33}

Major long-term threats to deep-sea fishes, as with all life on the planet, derive from trends of global climate change.
지구상의 모든 생물체가 그렇듯이, 심해어류에 대한 장기간의 주요 위협은 지구 기후 변화의 추세에서 비롯된다. {1833-40}

How can we maximize the benefits that our descendants derive from the natural world?
자연계에서 우리의 후손이 이끌어 낼 이득을 우리가 어떻게 극대화할 수 있는가? {61.2 수특308}

How can we maximize the benefits that our descendants derive from the natural world? {ss3top100}

The word 'courage' takes on added meaning if you keep in mind that it is derived from the Latin word 'cor' meaning 'heart.
'용기'라는 말이 '심장'을 뜻하는 라틴어의 'cor'에서 파생되었다는 것을 기억한다면, 그 말은 추기되는 의미를 지닌다. {1011H3-20}

Palm oil is a type of vegetable oil that is derived from the palm fruit.
팜유는 야자열매에서 추출한 식물성 기름의 일종이다. {E1DK 303}

The name orangutan is derived from the Indonesian words orang meaning "person," and hutan meaning "forest."
오랑우탄이라는 이름은 인도네시아어로 '사람'을 뜻하는 orang이라는 단어와 '숲'을 뜻하는 hutan이라는 단어에서 유래한다. {E1DK 304}

How can we maximize the benefits that our descendants derive from the natural world?
자연계에서 우리의 후손이 이끌어 낼 이득을 우리가 어떻게 극대화할 수 있는가? {SS 308}

Second, lack of a written-out procedure does not allow students to identify the origin of an answer or how an answer to a problem is derived.
둘째, 글로 작성한 절차가 없으면 학생들로 하여금 답의 기원, 즉 어떤 문제에 대한 답이 어떻게 도출되는지를 확인할 수 없게 한다. {REPO204}

How can we maximize the benefits that our descendants derive from the natural world?
자연계에서 우리의 후손이 이끌어 낼 이득을 우리가 어떻게 극대화할 수 있는가? {수특308}

Second, lack of a written-out procedure does not allow students to identify the origin of an answer or how an answer to a problem is derived.
둘째, 글로 작성한 절차가 없으면 학생들로 하여금 답의 기원, 즉 어떤 문제에 대한 답이 어떻게 도출되는지를 확인할 수 없게 한다. {리파기 2-4}

Real "self-esteem" derives from the esteem of others.
진정한 '자존감'은 다른 사람들을 존중하는 데서 나온다. {리파기 19-3}

Moreover, more than half of Americans age 18 and older derive benefits from various transfer programs, while paying little or no personal income tax.
더욱이, 18세 이상 의 미국인들 중 절반이 넘는 사람들이 개인 소득세를 거의 혹은 전혀 내지 않으면서, 다양한 (소득) 이전 지원 프로그램으로부터 보조금을 얻어낸다. {1809H3-38}

How can we maximize the benefits that our descendants derive from the natural world?
자연계에서 우리의 후손이 이끌어 낼 이득을 우리가 어떻게 극대화할 수 있는가? {SS 308}

How can we maximize the benefits that our descendants derive from the natural world?
자연계에서 우리의 후손이 이끌어 낼 이득을 우리가 어떻게 극대화할 수 있는가? {55.5 SS 308}

A personal narrative can provide a reason for bad feelings, whether by assigning blame for them or by deriving a lesson from them.
개인적인 이야기는 안 좋은 감정에 대한 이유를 제공할 수 있는데, 그것에 대한 책임을 전가함으로써 또는 그것들로부터 교훈을 끌어냄으로써 그렇게 할 수 있다. {18영독8-3}

The term stacking the deck derives from card games in which the dealer arranges the cards to cheat one or more of the players.
'stacking the deck(부정 수단을 쓰는 것)'이라는 용어는 (카드) 딜러가 한 사람 이상의 (카드) 게임을 하는 사람을 속이기 위해 카드를 정렬하는 카드 게임에서 유래한다. {18영독9-11}

Moreover, more than half of Americans age 18 and older derive benefits from various transfer programs, while paying little or no personal income tax.
더욱이, 18세 이상의 미국인들 중 절반이 넘는 사람들이 개인 소득세를 거의 혹은 전혀 내지 않으면서, 다양한 (소득) 이전 지원 프로그램으로부터 보조금을 얻어낸다. {18영독13-11}

Second, lack of a written-out procedure does not allow students to identify the origin of an answer or how an answer to a problem is derived. {i1top100}

Some English words are derived from Latin.
일부 영어 단어는 라틴어에서 파생됩니다. {UNIT 01}

Various plants and plant-derived materials are used for biofuel manufacturing. {UNIT 18}

The term euphemism derives from a Greek word meaning ‘to speak with good words’ and involves substituting a more pleasant way of saying something for a blunt or more direct way. {UNIT 30}

Biomass is plant-derived material usable as a renewable energy source which does not deplete We would expect that scientists who have produced the most work in the past and whose work has been the most frequently cited would be the most eminent scientists in their fields. {UNIT 30}

How can we maximize the benefits that our descendants derive from the natural world?
자연계에서 우리의 후손이 이끌어 낼 이득을 우리가 어떻게 극대화할 수 있는가? {110.5 SS 308}

Second, lack of a written-out procedure does not allow students to identify the origin of an answer or how an answer to a problem is derived.
둘째, 글로 작성한 절차가 없으면 학생들로 하여금 답의 기원, 즉 어떤 문제에 대한 답이 어떻게 도출되는지를 확인할 수 없게 한다. {71.4 REPO204}

The strategy's name is derived from the expectation that an initial request will be quickly rejected.
그 전략의 명칭은 최초의 요청이 금방 거절될 거라는 예상에서 비롯된다. {18수완 29}

With much less emphasis placed on words, many Asian cultures rely heavily on nonverbal cues and social context to derive meaning.
많은 아시아 문화는 말을 훨씬 덜 강조하므로 의미를 도출하기 위해 비언어적 단서와 사회적 상황에 매우 의존한다. {18수완 37}

Flight and foraging activity are energetically costly to a bee and must be balanced against the calories derived from nectar and pollen.
벌에게 있어 비행과 먹이를 찾아다니는 행위는 에너지가 많이 소요되는 행위이므로 이는 꿀과 꽃가루로부터 얻은 칼로리로 수지를 맞추어야 한다. {18수완 29}

How can we maximize the benefits that our descendants derive from the natural world?
자연계에서 우리의 후손이 이끌어 낼 이득을 우리가 어떻게 극대화할 수 있는가? {18.0 수특308}

Moreover, more than half of Americans age 18 and older derive benefits from various transfer programs, while paying little or no personal income tax. {#삽입문BIGDB수능69고32015-2018}

This term is derived from the Greek words bios, meaning "life," and mimesis, meaning "imitation."
이 용어는 '생명'을 뜻하는 그리스어인 bios와 '모방'을 뜻하는 그리스어인 mimesis에서 왔다. {E1NK 501}

The phrase "the bluebird of happiness" derives from this enormously popular and enduring story.
'행복의 파랑새'라는 말은 이 대단히 인기 있고 오래 지속되는 이야기에서 유래한다. {1843-25}

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