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The collective even have their own record label, Blue Records, releasing post-8-bit mixtapes that have been promoted by entrepreneurs of the house scene such as *** and ***. "I don't see Blue staying there though, it's more a feeling" - which perhaps explains why they have branched out to create clothes for their American Tumblr fans よろしくお願いいたします


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    これも自信ないですが、、、     この集団は、8ビット以後のミックステープで、****や****のような作品を出している起業家の後押しを受けて、ブルー・レコードという名前を使ってレコードまで出している。しかし私はブルー(レコード)が長続きするとは思わない、(真面目なレコード生産者というよりは)「気分」的なものだーーーということで、なぜアメリカのタンブラー・ファンを対象に、衣服業に手を伸ばすことになったかの説明が付く(と私は思う)。    「気分」的なもので、と訳しましたが、一時の気まぐれで、と言った意味でしょう。



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    STONE TEMPLE PILOTS TO LAUNCH RECORD LABEL? Stone Temple Pilots have launched their own record label to release their new music with new frontman Chester Bennington, at least temporarily. On radio play charts STP's new single “Out of Time” did not have a label listed during its first month of airplay but now ‘STP/ADA’ is listed as the label, with STP having their self-released music distributed though the Alternative Distribution Alliance. This is similar to Pearl Jam releasing Backspacer through their own Monkeywrench Records but having it distributed by Target in the United States and Universal Music Group worldwide. This may just be a deal for “Out of Time” but with STP's battle a few years ago with Atlantic Records it could be their long term way to release music. ※ 『Stone Temple Pilots』『Pearl Jam』はバンド名、『Chester Bennington』は人物名、『Out of Time』は曲名です。

  • 英訳お願いします

    Anyone who sets out to describe the role played by language in the development of our spesies is at once confronted by an apparent paradox, the Paradox of Continuity.Ifsuch aperson accepts the theory of evolution, that person must accept also that language is no more than an evolutionary adaptation - one of an unusual kind, perhaps, yet formed by the same prosesses that have formed countless other adaptations.If that is the case, when language cannot as novel as ot seems, for evolutionary adaptations do not emerge out of the blue. There are two ways in which evolution can produce novel elements:by the recombination of existing genes inthe course of of normal breeding, or by mutations that affect genes directly. Even in the second case, absolute novelties are impossible.What happens in mutation is that the instructions for producing part of a particular type of creature are altered.Instructions for producing a new part cannot simply be added to the old recipe.Specific instructions that are capable of being altered must already exist to a greater or lesser extent.What this means is that language cannot be wholelly without antecedents of some kind. But what kind of antecedents could language have?Since language is so widely regarded as a means of communication, the answer seems obvious:earlier systems of animal communication.It has long been known that many species communicate with one another.Some, like fireflies have blinking lights, others, like crickets, rub legs or wingcases together, while many exude chemical signals known as phenomenones.Of course such means are limited in their range of potential meaning and may signal nothing more complex than the presense of a potential mate.But the more sophisticated the creature, the more sophisticated themeans - from the dances of honeybees, through the posturing of sea gulls, to the sonar of dolphins - hence, the more complex the information that can be conveyed. Could not human language be just a supersophisticated variant of these? The trouble is that the difference between language and the most sophisticated systems of animal communication that we are so far aware of are qualitative rather than quantitative.All such systems have a fixed and finite number of topics on which information can be excahnged, whereas in langage the list is is open-ended, indeed infinite.all such systems have a finite and indeed strictly limited number of ways in which message components can be combined, if they can be combined at all.IN language the possibilities of combination, while governedby strict principles, are (potentially at least) infinite, limited for pactical purposes only by the finiteness of the you immediate memory store. You do not get from a finite number to infinity merely by adding numbers.And there are subtler but equally far-reaching differences between language and animalcommunication that make it impossible to regard the one as antecedent to the other. But the net result of all this is the Paradox of Continuity:language must have evolved out of some prior system, and yet there does not seems to be any such system out of which it could have evolved.

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    Later in 1993 STP performed on MTV's Unplugged. The acoustic version of “Plush” was a hit, having already being performed earlier in 1993 on MTV. Atlantic Records wanted the band to record an EP based around an acoustic version of Plush, but the band shot this down, telling the label they didn't want to be known as the Plush band. STP debuted “Big Empty” during their Unplugged performance, which ended up appearing on The Crow film soundtrack and Purple. STP had originally planned on contributing a new version of their 1990 demo “Only Dying” to the soundtrack, but lead star Brandon Lee's death on set made the band decide to use another song. Steve Stewart recalls, “I don't recall a new version of Only Dyin' actually being recorded, but it might have been.

  • The ancient Olympic games

    以下の英文について教えてください。 (The Olympic games: where and why?) Every fourth year for a thousand years, from 776 BC to AD 395, the pageantry of the Olympic festival attracted citizens from all over the Greek world. They flocked to Olympia, the permanent setting for the Games, in the early years coming in their hundreds from neighbouring towns and city-states, and later in their thousands by land and sea from colonies as far away as Spain and Africa. 【What drew them all this way to endure the discomforts which Epictetus records? 】The Games, of course, and perhaps no less the celebratory banquets that followed, but there was something more... The Games were held in honour of the god Zeus, the supreme god of Greek mythology, and a visit to Olympia was also a pilgrimage to his most sacred place, the grove known as the Altis. There is no modern parallel for Olympia; it would have to be a site combining a sports complex and a centre for religious devotion, something like a combination of Wembley Stadium and Westminster Abbey. *【What drew them all this way to endure the discomforts which Epictetus records? 】のところについて教えてください。 なんとなく、遠くから不便な思いをしてまで人々が集まったのはなぜなのか、みたいなことが言いたいのかと思うのですが、 エピクテトスが記録する不便を我慢するこのような方法、、、、何が彼らすべてを引きつけたのでしょうか?うまく訳せません。直訳だとどうなるのでしょうか? よろしくお願いします。

  • 次の英文を和訳してください!

    Pink and blue arrived, along with other pastels, as colors for babies in the mid-19th century, yet the two colors were not promoted as gender signifiers until just before World War I—and even then, it took time for popular culture to sort things out. Today’s color dictate wasn’t established until the 1940s, as a result of Americans’ preferences as interpreted by manufacturers and retailers. “It could have gone the other way,” Paoletti says. So the baby boomers were raised in gender-specific clothing. Boys dressed like their fathers, girls like their mothers. Girls had to wear dresses to school, though unadorned styles and tomboy play clothes were acceptable. When the women’s liberation movement arrived in the mid-1960s, with its anti-feminine, anti-fashion message, the unisex look became the rage—but completely reversed from the time of young Franklin Roosevelt. Now young girls were dressing in masculine—or at least unfeminine—styles, devoid of gender hints. ″Feminists thought that girls were kind of lured into subservient roles as women is through clothing,” says Paoletti. “ ‘If we dress our girls more like boys and less like frilly little girls . . . they are going to have more options and feel freer to be active.’ ” John Money, a sexual identity researcher at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, argued that gender was primarily learned through social and environmental cues. “This was one of the drivers back in the ’70s of the argument that it’s ‘nurture not nature,’ ” Paoletti says. Gender-neutral clothing remained popular until about 1985. Paoletti remembers that year distinctly because it was between the births of her children, a girl in ’82 and a boy in ’86. “All of a sudden it wasn’t just a blue overall; it was a blue overall with a teddy bear holding a football,” she says. Disposable diapers were manufactured in pink and blue.

  • 英訳(誰が英訳をお願いします。)

    PAYPALより払い戻しがありましたが、 私は決して注文分をキャンセルしておりません。 あなたのところから発送が遅れているため 私はPAYPAL経由で私の保証期間を確保するために、異議申し立てをして 注文分を早く発送するようお願いしただけです。 キャンセルはしてませんので誤解しないようにお願い致します。 現在、私の注文分は取り消しになったのでしょうか? あなたから返事で あなたのサプライヤから入荷が遅れるとのことでしたので いつになれば発送できるのか正確な情報を私は知りたいです。 質問したら無視しないで必ず返事していただけないでしょうか 宜しくお願い致します。 誰か英訳お願いできませんか 宜しくお願い致します。

  • 英訳で困ってます。英訳お願いします。

    英訳で困ってます。英訳お願いします。 「私も同じ気持ち。私にとってあなたや子供達は私の全てだよ。今の私達の状況はとても厳しいものだけど、これはテンポラリーなものなんだって自分に言い聞かせながら毎日過ごしてる。 昨日2人でよく話し合ったよね、私達の夢が早く実現すればいいね、ここから1日も早く出ていけれますように。私も愛してるよ!」

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    welcome to your future life! You get up in the morning and look into the mirror. You face is firm and young looking. In 2035, medical science is better than ever. Many people your age could live to 150, so at 40, you’re not old at all. And your parents just had an anti aging nanotechnology treatment. Now, all three of you look the same age! You say to your shirt, “Turn red.” It changes from blue to red. In 2035, “smart clothes” contain particles much smaller than the cells in your body. The particles can be programmed to change your clothes’ color or pattern. You walk into the kitchen. You grad the milk, but a voice says, “You shouldn’t drink that!” Your fridge has read RFID chip o the milk’s label, and it knows the milk is old. In 2035, every food item in the grocery store has an RFID chip. It’s time to go work. In 2035, cars drive themselves. Just tell your “smart car” where to go. on the way, you can call a friend using your jacket sleeve. Nano sized “smart technology” is all around you. “Your whole body and surroundings will become part of the same network,” says scientist Ampy Buchholz. So will all these predictions come true? For new technology to succeed, says futurist Andrew Zolli, “it has to be so much better than is replaces what we have already.” The Internet is one example what will be the next?

  • 日本語訳をお願いします 4

    お願いします!!続き Most cities build walls to keep enemies out.But Harappa didn't seem to have enemies,at least any that were willing to attack it.Archaeologists have not found many weapons or pictures of warfare in Harappa.The city walls show no sign of attack and don't seem to have been designed for defense.If an enemy got past the massive gateway,the orderly streets and open courtyards inside the city would have been hard to defend. If the city wall wasn't meant to protect against war,maybe it was meant to keep out thieves.But most thieves probably would have preferred to rob travelers or traders when they were alone in the desert or forest,The city walls did help protect against another kind of threat-the floodwaters of the nearby Ravi River.But perhaps the most important functiom of the walls was to help the city collect the taxes needed in order to maintain its walls,clean its streets,and protect its people. By 2600 BCE,Harappa had two major walled sections,each with gateways that could control who entered the city.Walls also surrounded the suburbs next to these large sections.In one suburb,archaeologists found a massive gateway with several small rooms alongside the entryway.In the litter filling the rooms,they found seals,broken clay impressions or sealings,and stone weights,the ancient world's version of pens,stamps,and weight registers.Those rooms were offices,probably for inspectors who taxed all goods coming into and going out of the city. When traders arrived at a city,they parked their oxcarts outside the city gates at a place that was part-hotel,partwarehouse called a caravanserai.Staying outside the city meant that the merchants could come and go from the caravanserai as they pleased without worrying about the city gates,which were probably only open between morning and evening.They could also leave things locked in heir rooms that they didn't intend to sell,so that they wouldn't have to pay taxes on them.

  • 【急募 英訳】英訳お願いします

    条件としては10~15文であること、全体で65語以上使用する事です。 よろしくお願いします。 以下本文となります。 私が好きな歴史について話します。 私は歴史がとても好きで、とても興味があります。 孔子は言いました「温故知新」と 歴史から古い事を知り、新しい事に活かせる所が私は良い所だと思っています。 また、歴史好きの人は最近増えています。 歴史好きから友人が沢山できるのです。 更に人々の過去の偉業を知れるので、自分にも活かせ、自分を高める事もできます。 そして最後に正しい歴史認識をもち、自分の生まれた国の日本に誇りがもてる日本人になれるという事です。 今の日本人は日本に誇りをもてない日本人が多く、残念に思います。 そのような事から正しい歴史教育が必要なのだと私は感じます。 そして生まれた国「日本」に誇りをもてる日本人を作るのです。