• "Thousands of wounded were brought to the next town of Castiliogne where he arrived and there was practically no medical assistance.

    VOA: special.2009.07.01

  • Suppose you could find 10,000 independent assets, then you could drive the uncertainty about the portfolio practically to 0.


    耶鲁公开课 - 金融市场课程节选

  • practically every newspaper that's worth reading is published anywhere in the world.


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  • Since 1897, practically every Boston Pops concert has ended with John Phillip Sousa's immortal march: "Stars and Stripes Forever".

    VOA: standard.2010.07.28

  • The whole city burned down, practically, in a terrible fire and fire insurance started to proliferate right after that in London.


    耶鲁公开课 - 金融市场课程节选

  • "This is a tradition in Russia. That practically every new leader who comes to power in Moscow wants to do something about alcohol.

    VOA: standard.2009.10.15

  • Student: Wouldn't natural selection favor the people ? who learn all these things and then practically try to apply them?


    耶鲁公开课 - 心理学导论课程节选

  • "At the time I saw him, he had really very advanced cancer, practically 60 to 70 percent of his liver was replaced by cancer cells,"

    VOA: standard.2010.01.12

  • But, practically, and in some legal contexts, what they would do is they'd allow the slave the use of that money, and that's called the peculium.


    耶鲁公开课 - 新约课程节选

  • But as a tourist destination, these sites are practically off the map.

    VOA: standard.2009.12.14

  • So this novel, this autobiography, begins with the sense that this boy is in danger from practically the moment he comes into the world, the moment he comes into consciousness.


    耶鲁公开课 - 1945年后的美国小说课程节选

  • I mean practically every country has gone through the exercise,"

    VOA: standard.2009.04.06

  • Now in the middle years of the seventeenth century during the English revolution that saw the execution of the king and saw the establishment of a non-monarchic republican government, Milton had practically invented the formal language, the literary language, of insubordination.


    耶鲁公开课 - 弥尔顿课程节选

  • You've got a practically nonexistent middle class.


    耶鲁公开课 - 欧洲文明课程节选

  • These conditions permitted a development of institutions and habits needed for freedom, even as they also made Europe vulnerable to conquests and to extinction, and Europe was almost extinguished practically before there was a Europe; very early in its history.


    耶鲁公开课 - 古希腊历史简介课程节选

  • Practically I lived the second half of the middle school and the high school I spent in Palestine, in the Mola City.


    普林斯顿公开课 - 人性课程节选

  • The highest possibilities of human nature have practically always been underrated.


    哈佛公开课 - 幸福课课程节选

  • The U.S. was practically the last country to copy this system because, in the 1930s, because it didn't sound American.


    耶鲁公开课 - 金融市场课程节选

  • Now that everything is did not live), it all seems a long time ago, though practically I still bear traces of the paint." Again, that parenthetical elides the death of the child.


    耶鲁公开课 - 1945年后的美国小说课程节选

  • It's practically impossible to begin a reading of Milton without the burden of innumerable prejudices and preconceptions.


    耶鲁公开课 - 弥尔顿课程节选

  • Practically, sons didn't all live in the same place with their father.


    耶鲁公开课 - 新约课程节选

  • That's practically all I ate all the way across the country.


    耶鲁公开课 - 1945年后的美国小说课程节选

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