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director [ di'rektə] n.指导者;理事;导演

director [di'rektə, dai'rektə] n. 所长,处长,主任;董事;导演

director [di'rektə] 导向器

独立董事 independent director

director 理事

standing director 常务理事

Dean(院长):大学附属的专业研究生院或学院(professional school or college of a university)
的院长。系主任(Director of a department)也称作dean。

引导雷达 director radar

film director 导演

assistant director 副导演,助理导演

art director 布景师 (美作:set decorator)

sound engineer, recording director 录音师

Dean(院长):大学附属的专业研究生院或学院(professional school or college of a university)的院长。系主任(Director of a department)也称作dean。

director 理事

standing director 常务理事

Board of Directors of the Surviving Spouses and Childrens Pensions Scheme

Board of Directors of the Widows and Orphans Pension Scheme

Director, Civil Service Training and Development Institute [D, CSTDI]

Director of Accounting Services [DAS]

Director of Administration [D of Adm]

Director of Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation [DAFC]

Director of Architectural Services [D Arch S]

Director of Audit [D of A]

Director of Broadcasting [D of B]

Director of Buildings [DB]

director of bureau [directorate rank]

Director of Civil Engineering [DCE]

Director of Drainage Services [D of DS]

Director of Education [D of E]

Director of Electrical and Mechanical Services [DEMS]

Director of Environmental Protection [DEP]

Director of Fire Services [D of FS]

Director of Food and Environmental Hygiene [DFEH]

Director of General Grades [DGG]

Director of Government Supplies [DGS]

Director of Health [D of Health]

Director of Highways [D of Hy]

Director of Home Affairs [DHA]

Director of Housing [D of H]

Director of Immigration [D of Imm]

Director of Information Services [DIS]

Director of Information Technology Services [DITS]

Director of Intellectual Property [DIP]

Director of Lands [D of L]

Director of Legal Aid [DLA]

Director of Leisure and Cultural Services [DLCS]

Director of Management Services [DMS]

Director of Marine [D of M]

Director of Planning [D of Plan]

Director of Social Welfare [DSW]

Director of Territory Development [D of TD]

Director of the Hong Kong Observatory [D of HKO]

Director of Water Supplies [DWS]

Director, Office of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in Beijing [DBO]

Director-General of Civil Aviation [DGCA]

Director-General of Investment Promotion [DG of IP]

Director-General of Telecommunications [DG, OFTA]

Director-General of Trade and Industry [DG of TI]

Directors of Widows and Orphans Pension Scheme

司长 Director

局长 Director

办公厅主任 Director, General Office

(部委办)主任 Director

board of directors 董事会,理事会

board of executive director 执行董事会,执行委员会

Chairman of the board (of directors) 董事会主席,董事长

council of director 董事会

Director 董事,理事,主任

director board 董事会

He is the first professionally trained library director in the university.

an executive director of the company 公司的执行董事
an executive committee 执行委员会
executive authorities 行政当局

Everyone in this company knows that he's trying to curry favor with the board of the directors.

A Hello, can I speak to Mr Li, please?
A 你好!请问李先生在吗?
B I'm sorry. Who do you want to speak to?
B 对不起。您找哪位?
A Mr Li, the Marketing Director.
A 李先生,市场部经理。
B There's no Mr Li here. This is a private number.
B 这里没有李先生。这是私人电话。
A Sorry, I've got the wrong number.
A 对不起,我记错号码了。
B That's OK, Goodbye.
B 没关系。再见!

The future is just old age and illness and pain …I must have peace and health. This is the only way.
James Whale, American director

- get the green light 得到批准
We're got the green light from our dean that we can have some changes on teaching curriculum.
give the green light 给予批准,准许某人干……
The employees can have a day off. The director has given them the green light.

- play up to someone 拍某人的马屁
The young actress played up to the director, hoping to get a role in the TV series.

- put someone up to...唆使某人去……
How dare you to have lodged a complaint against me with the director ? Who put you up to it ?

编导 director

委任代表 accredited director

编导 [biān dǎo] /write and direct (a play, film, etc.)/playwright - director/choreographer - director/scenarist - director/

厂长 [chǎng zhǎng] /factory director/

陈凯歌 [chén kǎi gē] /Chen Kaige, Fifth Generation movie director/

导演 [dǎo yǎn] /direct/director (film etc.)/

董 [dǒng] /(surname)/supervise/to direct/director/

董事会 [dǒng shì huì] /board of directors/

经理 [jīng lǐ] /manager/director/

罗斯 [luó sī] /Roth (e.g. HRW Executive Director Kenneth Roth)/

徐克 [xú kè] /Tsui Hark, a movie director/

指挥者 [zhǐ huī zhě] /conductor/director/

主任 [zhǔ rèn] /director/head/

专员 [zhuān yuán] /assistant director/

总裁 [zǒng cái] /chairman/director-general (of a company, etc)/

Nancy Dubler, director of Montefiore Medical Center, contends that the principle will shield doctors who "until now have very, very strongly insisted that they could not give patients sufficient mediation to control their pain if that might hasten death."

Almost immediately word flashed on the Internet and was picked up, half a world away, by John Hofsess, executive director of the Right to Die Society of Canada. He sent it on via the group's on-line service, Death NET. Says Hofsess: "We posted bulletins all day long, because of course this isn't just something that happened in Australia. It's world history."

{adj: active} disposed to take action or effectuate change
"a director who takes an active interest in corporate operations"
"an active antagonism"
"he was active in drawing attention to their grievances"
<-> passive

{adj: capable, open, subject} possibly accepting or permitting
"a passage capable of misinterpretation"
"open to interpretation"
"an issue open to question"
"the time is fixed by the director and players and therefore subject to much variation"

{adj: dignified} having or expressing dignity; especially formality or stateliness in bearing or appearance
"her dignified demeanor"
"the director of the school was a dignified white-haired gentleman"
<-> undignified

{adj: social} composed of sociable people or formed for the purpose of sociability
"a purely social club"
"the church has a large social hall"
"a social director"

{adj: thespian} of or relating to drama
"the movie director had thespian cooperation"

{adj: visaged} having a face or visage as specified
"gloomy-visaged funeral directors"

{n: Bergman, Ingmar Bergman} Swedish film director who used heavy symbolism and explored the psychology of the characters (born 1918)

{n: Bunuel, Luis Bunuel} Spanish film director (1900-1983)

{n: Central Intelligence Agency, CIA} an independent agency of the United States government responsible for collecting and coordinating intelligence and counterintelligence activities abroad in the national interest; headed by the Director of Central Intelligence under the supervision of the President and National Security Council

{n: Counterterrorist Center, CTC} an agency that helps the Director of Central Intelligence coordinate counterterrorist efforts in order to preempt and disrupt and defeat terrorist activities at the earliest possible stage

{n: Director of Central Intelligence, DCI} the head of the United States Intelligence Community and director of the Central Intelligence Agency

{n: Grand Inquisitor} director of the court of Inquisition (especially in Spain and Portugal)

{n: Granville-Barker, Harley Granville-Barker} English actor and dramatist and critic and director noted for his productions of Shakespearean plays (1877-1946)

{n: Groves, Leslie Richard Groves} United States general who served as military director of the atomic bomb project (1896-1970)

{n: Hitchcock, Alfred Hitchcock, Sir Alfred Hitchcock, Alfred Joseph Hitchcock} English film director noted for his skill in creating suspense (1899-1980)

{n: Hoover, J. Edgar Hoover, John Edgar Hoover} United States lawyer who was director of the FBI for 48 years (1895-1972)

{n: Intelligence Community, National Intelligence Community, United States Intelligence Community, IC} a group of government agencies and organizations that carry out intelligence activities for the United States government; headed by the Director of Central Intelligence

{n: Kazan, Elia Kazan, Elia Kazanjoglous} United States stage and screen director (born in Turkey) and believer in method acting (1909-2003)

{n: Leakey, Richard Leakey, Richard Erskine Leakey} English paleontologist (son of Louis Leakey and Mary Leakey) who continued the work of his parents; he was appointed director of a wildlife preserve in Kenya but resigned under political pressure (born in 1944)

{n: Nansen, Fridtjof Nansen} Norwegian explorer of the Arctic and director of the League of Nations relief program for refugees of World War I (1861-1930)

{n: Poitier, Sidney Poitier} United States film actor and director (born in 1927)

{n: Putin, Vladimir Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin} Russian statesman chosen as president of the Russian Federation in 2000; formerly director of the Federal Security Bureau (born in 1952)

{n: Rittenhouse, David Rittenhouse} United States astronomer said to have built the first telescope made in America; also the first director of the United States Mint (1732-1796)

{n: Russell, Ken Russell, Henry Kenneth Alfred Russell} English film director (born in 1927)

{n: Stanislavsky, Konstantin Stanislavsky, Konstantin Sergeyevich Stanislavsky, Konstantin Sergeevich Alekseev} Russian actor and theater director who trained his actors to emphasize the psychological motivation of their roles (1863-1938)

{n: Strasberg, Lee Strasberg, Israel Strassberg} United States actor and film director (born in Austria) who was a leader in developing method acting in the United States (1901-1982)

{n: art director} the director in charge of the artistic features of a theatrical production (costumes and scenery and lighting)

{n: bear hug} a takeover bid so attractive that the directors of the target company must approve it or risk shareholder protest

{n: boardroom, council chamber} a room where a committee meets (such as the board of directors of a company)

{n: capacity} a specified function
"he was employed in the capacity of director"
"he should be retained in his present capacity at a higher salary"

{n: chairman of the board} the chairman of the board of directors of a corporation

{n: chief executive officer, CEO, chief operating officer} the corporate executive responsible for the operations of the firm; reports to a board of directors; may appoint other managers (including a president)

{n: choirmaster, precentor, cantor} the musical director of a choir

{n: cinema verite} a movie that shows ordinary people in actual activities without being controlled by a director

{n: conductor, music director, director} the person who leads a musical group

{n: director, manager, managing director} someone who controls resources and expenditures

{n: director, theater director, theatre director} someone who supervises the actors and directs the action in the production of a show

{n: director-stockholder relation} the responsibility of corporate directors to act in the best interests of stockholders

{n: directorate, board of directors} a group of persons chosen to govern the affairs of a corporation or other large institution

{n: directorship} the position of a director of a business concern

{n: director} member of a board of directors

{n: executive, executive director} a person responsible for the administration of a business

{n: film director, director} the person who directs the making of a film

{n: final cut} the final edited version of movie as approved by the director and producer

{n: internal auditor} an auditor who is an employee of the company whose records are audited and who provides information to the management and board of directors

{n: mortician, undertaker, funeral undertaker, funeral director} one whose business is the management of funerals

{n: musical chairs} a rearrangement that has no practical effect or significance
"the company is looking for stability after years of musical chairs with directors"
"shareholders don't want the company playing musical chairs with their investment"

{n: research director, director of research} a supervisor in a research center

{n: residual} (often plural) a payment that is made to a performer or writer or director of a television show or commercial that is paid for every repeat showing
"he could retire on his residuals"

{n: security director} head of a private security force working for a business or industry

{n: spin doctor, spinmeister} a public relations person who tries to forestall negative publicity by publicizing a favorable interpretation of the words or actions of a company or political party or famous person
"his title is Director of Communications but he is just a spin doctor"

{n: stage director} someone who supervises the actors and directs the action in the production of a stage show

{n: staggered board of directors} a board of directors a portion of whose members are elected each year instead of all members being elected annually

{n: turf war} a bitter struggle for territory or power or control or rights
"a turf war erupted between street gangs"
"the president's resignation was the result of a turf war with the board of directors"

{n: undertaking} the trade of a funeral director

{v: call, send for} order, request, or command to come
"She was called into the director's office"
"Call the police!"

{v: charge, accuse} blame for, make a claim of wrongdoing or misbehavior against
"he charged me director with indifference"

{v: cut away} move quickly to another scene or focus when filming
"`cut away now!' the director shouted"

{v: fill, take} assume, as of positions or roles
"She took the job as director of development"

{v: hand-pick} pick personally and very carefully
"the director hand-picked his new team"

{v: intend, destine, designate, specify} design or destine
"She was intended to become the director"

{v: lionize, lionise, celebrate} assign great social importance to
"The film director was celebrated all over Hollywood"
"The tenor was lionized in Vienna"

{v: mandate} make mandatory
"the new director of the schoolbaord mandated regular tests"

{v: move, displace} cause to move, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense
"Move those boxes into the corner, please"
"I'm moving my money to another bank"
"The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant"

{v: organize, organise, prepare, devise, get up, machinate} arrange by systematic planning and united effort
"machinate a plot"
"organize a strike"
"devise a plan to take over the director's office"

{v: pension off} let go from employment with an attractive pension
"The director was pensioned off when he got senile"

{v: pervert, misuse, abuse} change the inherent purpose or function of something
"Don't abuse the system"
"The director of the factory misused the funds intended for the health care of his workers"

{v: re-emphasise, re-emphasize} emphasize anew
"The director re-emphasized the need for greater productivity"

{v: recruit} seek to employ
"The lab director recruited an able crew of assistants"

{v: relax, loosen} become less severe or strict
"The rules relaxed after the new director arrived"

{v: retire} make (someone) retire
"The director was retired after the scandal"

{v: warn} notify of danger, potential harm, or risk
"The director warned him that he might be fired"
"The doctor warned me about the dangers of smoking"

It has been created by Oscar-winning director James Cameron, the man behind the Titanic and the Terminator movies.

Susan Thys-Jacobs, an endocrinologist and clinical director of the Metabolic Bone Centre at St Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Centre, believes a chronic deficiency of calcium is largely responsible.

" The folks who are getting left out, " says Margaret Honey, associate director of the Center for Children and Technology/Education Development Center, " are going to be poor urban districts or rural districts with limited resources or blue-collar districts with very tight budgets. "
儿童中心及技术教育发展中心的副主任玛格丽特·霍尼说: "那些被忽视的人将会成为城市贫民区、农村的自然资源贫瘠区以及资金紧缺的蓝领区的居民。 "

Sally Bowman Alden, executive director of the Computer learning Foundation in Palo Alto'. Calif., says that the national ratio of students to computers is 16 to 1.
加州帕格阿尔托市的计算机学习基金会执行主席萨莉·鲍曼·奥尔登说,学生和计算机的比例在全国范围内为 16比 1。

Anyway, stardom beckoned and I felt there was bound to he an astute director nearby who could spot my smouldering Kiwi talent.

Directors, producers, actors, behind-the-scenes crew and talent scouts were all meant to be here.

By all accounts, foreign direct investment, an important contributor to growth, has recovered impressively, according to Park Bong Kyu, director general for trade and investment policy at the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy.

" It's not the health objectives that will keep people doing things, frankly, " says Judith C Young, director of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education in Reston, outside Washington.
"坦率地说,并不是那些健康目标使人们参加运动, "设在华盛顿城外赖斯顿的国家体育与运动协会主任朱迪思· C·扬说。

During the last maximum, says Ernie Hildner, director of NOAA's Space Environment Center, " the Concorde's alarm went yellow five times. It never went red. "
在上次太阳活动高峰期, NOAA 太空环境中心主任厄尼·希尔德纳说: "协和飞机的黄色警示灯亮了五次,但红色警示灯却始终未亮过。 "

Psychologist Richard Stuart, who ultimately became a director at Weight Watchers International, showed in the 1960s that overweight women could lose pounds by modifying both their eating behavior and " stimulus environment "--for example, eating from smaller plates and confining all food to the kitchen.
心理学家理查德·斯图尔特最终当上了国际体重观察员组织的总监,他在 20世纪 60年代曾指出:体重过重的妇女可以通过纠正饮食习惯和改变 "刺激食欲的环境 "的方法来减肥-例如,用小一点的盘子吃饭和把食物全都集中放在厨房里。

The trouble with the digital revolution, says MIT Media Lab director Neil Gershenfeld in his book When Things Start to Think, is that computers may have speeded up many of the processes of modem life, but they still remain relatively difficult to use.

" Washington is a good platform to build relationships with governments throughout the world, " says Edmund Muskie, senior vice-president and managing director of First Union's embassy banking services.
"华盛顿是一个好的立足点,你可在此与世界各国政府建立联系, "第一联合公司的高级副总裁兼使馆银行业务总经理埃德蒙·马斯基这样说。

Moreover, as a result of North Carolina being one of the first states in the US to deregulate banking, First Union " could wet its feet early acquiring companies and working in capital markets, insurance, asset management and securities, well ahead of the financial services deregulation act ", which was finally approved in November 1999, says Steven Bash, senior vice-president and managing director for Europe and emerging markets.
而且,由于北卡罗来纳州是美国首批解除对银行业务管制的州之一,第一联合公司 "得以尽早地涉足了收购公司和在资本市场保险、资产管理以及有价证券等领域中开展业务,这走在了解除金融业务管制法案的前面 ",该法案在 1999年 11月最终获得通过,高级副总裁兼欧洲和新兴市场总经理史蒂文·巴什这样说。

Instead authorities worried that the director--mainland filmmaker Zhang Yimou, taking his first stab at the genre--did not have the experience to handle such a high-profile project.

Last year Zhang, the Oscar-nominated director of Raise the Red Lantern and Keep Cool, freely conceded his qualms at tackling opera--a genre he knew only in the bastardizations of Cultural Revolution agitprop.
去年(指 1997年,下同-编者注)因执导《大红灯笼高高挂》和《有话好好说》而获奥斯卡提名的张导,坦言他对染指歌剧(这种只道是当初泛滥于文革的宣传鼓动形式)的疑虑,
But the choice turned out to be inspired.

The director also raised costs with his demands for realism.

" The travel packages encourage people to spend more time, more dollars, " says Betsy Illium, director of sales and marketing at New York's Dailey-Thorp Travel.
纽约的德利索普旅行社的市场营销经理贝西·伊利奥姆说: "这种包揽式旅行鼓励人们花费更多时间和金钱。

Anita Green, the director of social research at Pax World Fund, the third-largest social responsibility mutual fund, recently referred to gambling as " a vice that inflicts crushing social costs on American society ".
阿妮塔·格林是第三大社会保障共同基金-派克斯世界基金-的社会研究经理,最近她指责博彩业是 "一种让美国社会付出毁灭性代价的恶疾 "。

Jan Stevens, director of research at DP Connect, an IT recruitment agency, said:
DP 沟通 "是一家招聘信息技术人才的中介公司,该公司的调研部主任简·斯蒂文斯说:
" The government seems to be pulling in two different directions--encouraging people from overseas while introducing new taxes for existing UK contractors. "
"英国政府似乎正从两个不同的方向同时获益:一方面鼓励海外科技人员赴英工作,另一方面又对本国现有的合同制科技人员实施增税。 "

Of the film Life is Beautiful its director, writer and leading actor Roberto Benigni says,

In May, he threw himself at the feet of American director Martin Scorsese in thanks for the Grand Jury Prize awarded Life is Beautiful at the Cannes film festival.
在 5月的戛纳电影节上,他为感谢《美丽人生》被授予评委会大奖而拜倒在美国导演马钉斯科西斯的脚下。

Before starring in his own film, he worked with American director Jim Jarmusch in Down by Law and compatriot Federico Fellini in La voce della luna( The Voice of the Moon).
在主演自己的影片之前,他曾在 DownbyLaw 一片中与美国导演吉姆·贾穆什合作,在《月亮的声音》一片中与同胞费德里科·费里尼合作。

Dave was told he would be promoted to marketing director in six months.

The four thousand executive secretaries, directors, assistant directors, managers, and superintendents of the municipality were taken by surprise, but they all waited patiently for him to return.
市政当局的执行部长、局长、副局长、经理和主管等 4000人均感到很惊讶,但他们都耐心地等待着他回来。

He was helped to an understanding of the role by writer-director Randall Wallace, who compared the character to South African President Nelson Mandela, who spent many years in prison.

" We want to make sure everyone is tech savvy and digitally wired, " says Rajan Nagarajan, director of enterprise.

" Working on a couch instead of at a desk provides a more relaxed frame of mind, " says Jim Hancock, director of technology, " And that leads to more creativity. "

And the director, Neil LaBute, pays attention to them, in a way that he was not when he directed his own screenplays - In the Company of Men and Your Friends and Neighbors - which were so claustrophobic, so tense with the desire to hurt and shock.

Schultz, founder of the companies: Affymax( 1988), Symyx Technologies( 1994), and SyrrX( 2000), is also director of the Novartis Research Foundation's new Genomics Institute.
舒尔茨是以下公司的创立者: Affymax 公司( 1988年), Symyx 技术公司( 1994年)和 SyrrX 公司( 2000年),他同时也是 Novartis 研究基金会的新基因组研究机构的主任。

" It costs us 150% of an annual salary to replace an employee in terms of retraining a new person plus the turbulence it causes in a unit and the impact on our clients, " says Denny Marcel, associate director of the burnout-prevention unit at Ernst&; Young.
安杨会计师事务所减轻员工工作压力的专门小组副主管丹尼·马塞说:为了更换一名员工,我们需要支付大约 150%的年薪,用来培训新员工,弥补因此引起的单位内部的不稳定和对客户的影响。

" It's a fine line you have to ride, balancing cost and comfort, " says Robert Cutler, Cathay Pacific's director of service delivery.

Juzar Motiwalla, director of the oldest and most prestigious center krdl sees Singapore as a future global power in information technology.
历史最悠久且最富盛名的 krdl 研究中心的主任贾扎·莫蒂华莱认为新加坡将成为未来全球信息技术的强国。

People that are using unmetered services are in many cases early adopters and very heavy users, says Noah Yasskin, director of European research at Jupiter Communications.

" We'r e buying telephone units on a per-minute basis and selling at a flat rate, " says Julian Riedlbauer, a director of German provider AddCom AG.
德国供应商 AddComAG 董事朱利安·里德鲍尔说:我们按分钟购买电话服务,然后按照固定费率销售。

Be particularly suspicious of any " heartburn " that gets worse if you walk around or otherwise exert yourself physically.: One of my heart attack patients ordered out for miso soup to treat her ' indigestion, " says Dr. Marianne Legato, director of the Partnership for Women's Health at Columbia University in New York City and author of The Female Heart.

Gucci CEO Domenico De Sole and creative director Tom Ford started purchasing premium fashion brands in a bid to become a luxury superpower to rival LVMH.

It doesn't hurt that Ford, arguably the premier designer in fashion, will be the creative director of the sleeker, sexier Yves Saint Laurent.

Directors Nick Park and Peter Lord and their team at Aardman Studios of Bristol, England, are crafting films by hand.

" For decades ", says film historian John Canemaker, director of the animation program at New York University, " feature animation was dominated by one style: Disney's.

When New York City's American Museum of Natural History announced a few years ago that it would be rebuilding its hallowed Hayden Planetarium from the ground up, lots of nostalgic New Yorkers screamed to the heavens and Neil de Grasse Tyson, the planetarium's recently appointed director, couldn't blame them.

Even though they 're expensive in the world of T shirts, they 're cheap in the scheme of things, because they 're so versatile, says Kal Ruttenstein, fashion director at Bloomingdale's, which has seen T-shirt sales jump significantly over the past six months.

Director Sam Mendes, also making his first film, dares a touch of expressionism.

" Astro Boy represented hope for Japan at a very difficult time, " says Junichi Murakami, sub-director of a museum near Osaka that honors Tezuka. " He emphasized science, not nature, because he wanted people to get rich from science. "

" There's a boom in nostalgia for Astro Boy, " says the museum sub-director, Murakami.

" Australia is now seen as a credible dinner-party wine, " says Simon Farr, a director of Bibendum, one of London's top wine shops.

What director Sydney Pollack, one of the movies* great romantics( Tootsie, Out of Africa), saw in this dismal tale is even harder to imagine.

" It's like a game of chess played in Formula One cars by two rugby teams, " says Bruno Trouble, director of the Louis Vuitton media center.

Constance Ahrons, director of the Marriage and Family Therapy Training program at the University of Southern California, says " structured separations " tend to be the most productive.

Director Heather Donahue, cameraman Joshua Leonard and sound man Michael Williams think it will be a lark, but they have underestimated the legend's potency and overestimated their skills in camping and coping.

The directors bought the High-8 for $500.
这台设备是两位导演从一家商店花 500美元买来的。

The directors say they were usually out of sight and hearing from their stars.

Then there's that fascinating behind-the-scenes story: that the actors basically made the film while the directors were sneaking around playing tricks on them.

If it is true, then the actors should be getting as much money as the directors.

To read the transcript of an online chat with Daniel Myrick and EduardoSanchez, the directors of the Blair Witch Project, go to http: //www.chat.yahoo.com/time Blair Witch Profit Shooting the movie took eight days in October 1997.
若想了解网友与《厄夜丛林》导演迈瑞克和桑切兹网上聊天的内容,请访问: http:: 《厄夜丛林》赢利记拍摄在 1997年 10月进行,共历时 8天。

Its astounding success has made film heroes, and very rich young men, of its directors, Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sanchez.
如此辉煌的成功使该片的两位导演丹尼尔·迈瑞克与艾都尔多 ( FW) 桑切兹成为影坛双雄与青年巨富。

Aug. 9 The book, Blair Witch Project: Dossier, comes out and the film's directors appear on the cover of TIME.
8月 9日依据电影改编的名为《厄夜丛林:档案》一书出版,几位导演成了《时代周刊》封面人物。

They supposedly shot the film and made up the dialogue while the directors lurked out of sight, left cryptic notes and played sneaky tricks on them.

The biggest Blair Witch shock has been felt by the movie's directors.

There are no actors ' or directors ' names, no screenplay credit - nothing to hint that the film is not a true story.

Jesse Ausubel, director of the Program for the Human Environment at Rockefeller University in New York City predicts that architects will increasingly rely on new types of strong and lightweight, foamed glass.

Dr. Jeffrey Koplan, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, predicts that in the end, the fight will come down to the same old sleuthing methods that disease hunters have always used to find microbes and stop them.
疾病控制预防中心主任杰弗里 ( FW) 科普兰博士预言,这场斗争最终的解决办法将与过去疾病斗士们发现并阻止病菌的办法一样。为了调查某种疾病的存在,你把鞋子都磨破了。

" But in contrast to other addictive behaviors, where zero intake is the target, you still need to eat to survive, " says Professor Stephan Rossner, director of the Huddinge obesity unit and president of the International Association for the Study of Obesity.

" We started with the message that heart disease can be prevented, " says Professor Pekka Puska, director of the project.

"( Alexander ) McQueen and ( John ) Galliano were the impetus for this current revolution in couture, " says Marcus von Ackermann, fashion director of French Vogue.
[ 亚历山大· ] 麦克奎恩和 [ 约翰 7] 加利阿诺是发起这场革命的动力。法国《时尚》杂志时装评论部主任马库斯·冯·阿克曼说。

" An unusual collection means a bigger audience next season, " says Kal Ruttenstein, fashion director for Bloomingdale's, who was at the shows not to buy but to spot talent.

" He's brought Paris back in fashion, " says Thimister's press director Gerald Cohen.
迪米斯特公司的公关主任杰拉德 ( FW) 科恩说:他使巴黎重新成为时装之都。

But adapting a novel by Peter and working with director Michael Corrente, the siblings, who also produced this film, maintain their best quality, frankness about our basic humanity.

" If those fads worked, there wouldn't be a billion-dollar diet industry, " says Bettye Travis, president of the board of directors of the U.S. National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance.
美国促进接受脂肪协会理事会主席贝蒂·特拉维斯说:如果那些流行的饮食疗法奏效的话,饮食疗法行业就不会有 10多亿美元的收益。

Domingo will also become a member of GMN's board of directors, produce new recordings exclusive to the GMN site, as well as produce new recordings by young musicians for the site.
多明戈还将成为 GMN 的董事会成员,为这家网站独家录制自己的新音乐作品,并且为它录制青年音乐家的新作品。

Why would any director toss away the tools of power and sorcery that the movies have spent a century developing?

And no director's credit.

If Dogme spreads beyond art houses, it will be not because it suggests a vital new way to make pictures, but because today's directors feel crushed by technological gimmickry.

Dogme might seem way too, well, dogmatic; a director who has filmed under its rules must sign a " Confession " of any deviations.

Each director's scenes were shown live on a different TV channel on Dec. 31, with viewers doing their own editing by flicking the remote.
四个人拍摄的镜头于 12月 31日在不同的电视频道同时上映。观众们可以按动遥控器,依据个人的爱好对影片进行剪辑。

The group's litigation director, Peter Van Tuyn, points out that in southeast Alaskan waters, where there is little industrial fishing of pollack, the sea lion population has held up relatively well.

Dorothy Childers, executive director of the Alaska Marine Conservation Council, notes that fishing boats trying to catch pollack dump halibut and salmon over the side.

" The most solid piece of advice is to stay active, " says Patricia Tun, associate director of the memory and cognition lab at Brandeis University.

Says Ellen Stovall, executive director of the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship, "( The goal) should be helping people live as long and as well as they can. "

Director Kelly Makin has a gift for casually tossed-off farce.

When it's designed well, a district, school or classroom website can change the relationship between the parent and the school, says Cynthia LaPier, Ithaca's director of information and instructional technology.

From the beginning of his career as a director, however, Griffith, because of his love of Victorian painting, employed composition.

He conceived of the camera image as having a foreground and a rear ground, as well as the middle distance preferred by most directors.

Ms. Hughes first worked for Mr. Bush more than a decade ago in his campaign for Texas governor. She served as communications director during his first term at the White House, but left after his re-election campaign to return to her home state of Texas with her family.

The director of the World Food Program, James Morris, says one-third of Burma's children are chronically malnourished, and, in some areas, the proportion is as high as two-thirds. And, noting that many mothers are also malnourished, he said the humanitarian cost is enormous.

The WFP director said he sought to make this point in a meeting Thursday, with Burma's prime minister. He also met with some of the political opposition, though not with detained leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

Political analyst Joel Rocamora, director of the private Institute for Popular Democracy, says Mrs. Aquino, widely known as Cory, listened to the wrong people this time and miscalculated the political situation.

Despite all the meetings, the director of Moscow's Heritage Foundation, Yevgeni Volk, tells VOA he expects the ceremonies will be the main focus of the gathered leaders.

Larry Sabato is director of the Center For Politics at the University of Virginia. He compares President Bush's struggle for pension reform to former President Clinton's efforts to revamp health care in the mid-1990s.

Jeff Lilley, resident director of the International Republican Institute's office in Bishkek, describes the situation on the ground: "We are in contact with our other colleagues who work in the NGO sector and one colleague told me that he thought he heard gunshots near his house," he said. "Outside the window where I am now we heard some marching and some clamor and then we looked around and it looked as if it was people beating shields walking down the streets with helmets on. And we really sincerely hope that this is the neighborhood militias that have been put together by the new minister in charge of security forces."
国际共和研究所驻比什凯克办公室主任杰夫·利利这样描述现场的状况:“我们和在非政府部门工作的其他同事保持着联系。一位同事告诉我说,他在他家附近听见了枪声。我也从我现在住的房子的窗子外听到了快步行走和其他喧闹的声音。我看到外面好像有人在敲打着盾牌,戴着钢盔走在街上。 我们真希望这是负责安全部队的新部长组织起来的社区民兵。”

President George Bush says America's greatest challenge is stopping terrorist leader Osama bin Laden from attacking the country again. The president spoke at the swearing-in of the new Director of Homeland Security.

The president spoke following the swearing-in of former judge and federal prosecutor Michael Chertoff as America's new Director of Homeland Security.

Secretary Chertoff takes charge of an agency with 160,000 employees from border patrol and Secret Service to the Coast Guard and immigration control. He succeeds former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge who was the nation's first Director of Homeland Security, following the biggest government reorganization since World War II.

The director of the WHO's Tobacco Free Initiative, Vera Luiza da Costa e Silva says treaty provisions aim to dissuade children from smoking and helping adults to kick the habit.

Shigeru Omi, the World Health Organization's Asia director, says that sounding the alarm now is not meant to generate panic, and he denies suggestions that the scale of the problem might be exaggerated.

World Food Program Asian regional director Tony Banbury says relief workers are still supplying basic necessities to devastated communities, but governments and organizations are starting to think of restoring of homes and livelihoods.

Now, IAEA Director-General Mohamed ElBaradei says Tehran may have changed its mind.

At a news briefing U.S. Marine Brigadier General John Allen, Asia-Pacific director of the Pentagon's International Security Affairs Bureau, said helicopters from the task force are delivering supplies to remote parts of Aceh province that had not been reached by aid workers thus far.

President Bush gave the Presidential Medal of Freedom to former CIA Director George Tenet, former U.S. Administrator in Iraq Paul Bremer, and former U.S. Commander in Iraq General Tommy Franks.

Director Tenet stepped down as head of the CIA this year, ending a tenure that began under former President Bill Clinton. The CIA provided much of the intelligence leading up to the invasion of Iraq, with Director Tenet reportedly telling cabinet members that information about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction was a "slam dunk."

Tensions between Mohamed ElBaradei and the Bush administration pre-date the war in Iraq, when he questioned U.S. intelligence. During an appearance on CNN's Late Edition program, the top Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Delaware's Joseph Biden, said he has confidence in the IAEA's director general. "I have found him to be a pretty straight shooter. He hasn't given the administration what he wanted to hear. He turned out to be right about Iraq and weapons of mass destruction," he said.

Still, South Korea's Foreign Ministry is encouraged. Cho Tae-yong, the director-general of the Foreign Ministry's task force on the North Korean nuclear crisis.

On a secure video link from the campaign trail, President Bush discussed the bin Laden tape with his attorney general, the heads of the CIA and FBI, and his director of Homeland Security.

Bush campaign Communications Director Dan Bartlett says Senator Kerry is trying to score some political advantage from the tape by continuing a line of attack that Mr. Bartlett says is just plain wrong.

But the director of the center, former Iraqi exile Sadoun al-Dulame, says 58 percent of the respondents said they don't care who wins the U.S. presidential election."But in the end, those who said they care about what happens in America, Kerry [is] in front of Bush," he noted. "22.5 percent said we prefer to see Kerry as the next American president. And those who said we prefer Bush just 16 percent, no more. And, that's a decline for Bush because when we asked the Iraqis two months ago, Bush was in front of Kerry."

At a news conference the director of the U.S. Agency for International Development Andrew Natsios, just back from a visit to Sudan including Darfur, said pent-up rage among the region's displaced people had reached hitherto-unseen levels, and could flare into ethnic and tribal violence extending beyond Darfur to major cities like Khartoum and Omdurman.

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