Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; CC-CEDICT
And some have the long- range acoustic device, a sound cannon that can be used to issue verbal warnings, or deafen anyone who stands in its path.
Mr Harwood stubbornly refuses to use his authorial voice to issue a judgment on any of his characters.
The 3G license is not formally released by China government in early 2006. However, there is no returning back to issue the license.
The People's Bank of China (PBOC), the country's central bank, is to issue a commemorative bank note with a face value of 10 yuan ($1.46) from Tuesday to mark the Beijing Olympic Games.
The Treasury is due to issue a biannual report laying out its currency concerns on April 15, in which it could label China as a currency manipulator.
Hershey would likely need to issue a boat load of stock to fund such an offer, something that would dilute the trust's ownership stake and could have an adverse impact on its existing shares.
Central banks hold most of their foreign- exchange reserves in dollars, a boon for America that has allowed it to issue debt more cheaply.
She gave him a quick, loving smile, squeezing his hand back. Then she turned to issue more orders to her staff.
For the aim of rescuing, we need the collectivity escaping chamber to meet a certain pose to float up, so as to not to issue forth when arrived at the water surface, or keel over on the surface.
Every man, in serving himself, of necessity serves the interest of others. The "king" doesn't have to issue orders.