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on the hog adv. [美俚]破产

on the rack 十分痛苦

  • By focusing only on the rag trade, Mr Clinton seemed to turn a blind eye to the conditions endured by (largely illegal) immigrants in businesses such as restaurants and retailing.

    ECONOMIST: Modern slavery

  • Goldman Sachs has a long history in lower Manhattan, from Marcus Goldman providing short-term financing to the nineteenth-century rag trade on the Lower East Side to signs carried around the present occupation of a park at Broadway and Cedar Street.

    FORBES: Don't Blame Goldman Sachs For Hedging Its Bets And Staying In Business

  • Mr Lichtenstein reflected that you could hang a rag on the wall of a gallery and it would be taken seriously as a work of art.

    ECONOMIST: Roy Lichtenstein

  • He saw a rag hanging on the back of a chair and used it to wipe his hands.

    NPR: All Beings Are Interconnected

  • As expected, St-Pierre used his wrestling to control the chirpy challenger, rag-dolling him at times and bullying him on the ground.

    NPR: St-Pierre Manhandles Diaz At UFC 158

  • He was early and right on, but The News of the World rag in London with maybe 200 Third Estate Practitioners, probably marginally profitable at best, could bring down the Murdochs and scotch the BSkyB deal.

    FORBES: Rupert Murdoch Is King Lear On Steroids

  • The British text would be a red rag to American conservatives already incensed by perceived encroachments on American sovereignty by the world body.

    ECONOMIST: The United Nations

  • He flipped on the television, to catch up on some news, when he first saw them: a group of rag-tag teenage rebels who had abandoned the city for the country, living out of double-decker buses.

    FORBES: The New Gypsies: Iain McKell's Photos Of A Nomadic British Subculture

  • Had he been, he would have hung every rag of canvas he owned on her, right to the stuns'ls, and would have had the hands wetting it all down in the hope of catching even the vaguest of breezes.

    ECONOMIST: Fixing the world economy

  • Wilson, his son, takes a summer job at a scandal rag, where no amount of ink on his sleeves lives down the day he arrives at work wearing his bowed dancing shoes from debutante balls on the ritzy North Shore.

    ECONOMIST: New fiction

  • The result is an under-equipped rag-tag of men, who have never worked together, taking on tasks that even the most professional army would avoid.

    ECONOMIST: United Nations

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