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• Last December, the Australia-based company Invetech reported that it had delivered the world's first production model 3-D bio-printer for Organovo.

VOA: special.2010.10.19

• You would minimize your losses; you'd get 0 or -1 instead of -3 or 1.

你能最小化你的损失,你得到0 -1而不是-3 1

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• And here d, of course, can take the values from plus three down to minus three.

d层，当然，能够包括从+3-3的所有值。

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• Still,the Consumer Electronics Association predicts that more than four million 3-D TV sets will be sold this year.

VOA: special.2010.01.26

• This is incredibly important because,when you look at this number that we started out with,saying the benchmark was 9.9 but net of fees the managers on average only lost thirty basis points--or .3% -you'd say,well that's a game I don't mind playing.

这极其重要,因为当你看这些数字时,刚才说过基准收益是9.9%,但是主动管理型基金经理人的平均净利润,只落后了30个基点或者说0.3%,你可能会说这个游戏,我不介意玩一玩

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• The huge popularity of 3-D films like "Avatar," "Up" and "Monsters vs.Aliens" has many people willing to buy this costly, developing technology.

VOA: special.2010.01.26

• For people interested in new technology, a New York based company,Makerbot, sells kits to people who want to build a small 3-D printer.

VOA: special.2010.10.29

• The 3-D movie "Up" tells about an old man and a young boy who have exciting adventures.

VOA: special.2010.03.01

• If you have seen a 3-D movie, you already know that you need special eyeglasses to watch.

VOA: special.2010.01.26

• But 3-D TVs are expected to cost a lot with one selling for several thousand dollars.

VOA: special.2010.01.26

• She says 3-D televisions promise to bring the intense experience from movie theaters to the home.

VOA: special.2010.01.26

• The company announced last year that it would only make 3-D films in the future.

VOA: special.2010.01.26

• And,television networks ESPN and Discovery Communications say they plan to operate television channels in 3-D.

VOA: special.2010.01.26

• The latest 3-D TVs work by dividing picture images in two,one for each eye.

VOA: special.2010.01.26

• So each eye sees a slightly different image, producing the 3-D effect.

VOA: special.2010.01.26

• There were even 3-D TVs that require no glasses at all.

VOA: special.2010.01.26

VOA: special.2010.03.01

• Some 3-D TVs do not require special glasses.

VOA: special.2010.01.26

• One 3-D technology uses low-cost polarized glasses.

VOA: special.2010.01.26

• The 3-D science fiction adventure movie,"Avatar,"

VOA: special.2010.01.01

• No matter,3-D is here to stay. Experts predict that 3-D television will be a major trend in about five years.

VOA: standard.2010.02.21

• (Speaking) But a study at the University of California Berkeley found that 3-D movies can cause eye strain.

VOA: standard.2010.02.21

• Avatar,the biggest box office success in history, has opened the door for 3-D TV.

VOA: standard.2010.03.11

• Martin Banks, a professor of optometry at Berkeley, says 3-D doesn't allow our eyes to follow the rules because we're focusing on things both far and near at the same time.

VOA: standard.2010.02.21

• The Secretary of State said she is working to integrate U.S.aid efforts more closely with diplomacy and defense operations abroad without politicizing aid programs saying the "3-D's" - development, diplomacy and defense must be mutually-reinforcing.

VOA: standard.2010.01.06

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