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Andy1974

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With 33.8 billion yuan to buy Airbus jets, Xiamen Airlines is bidding farewell to its entire Boeing fleet
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The base price for 40 A320NEO aircraft, including airframes and engines, is about $4.848 billion. In the actual transaction, Airbus gave Xiamen Airlines a larger discount margin, the actual purchase price of the aircraft will be lower than the above basic price.
You are changing words to change the entire meaning. They are not replacing Boeing.
 

daifo

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supersnoop

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Even in liberal arts, Chinese liberal arts graduates (degrees like Chinese literature, Asian languages, history, etc) are typically bilingual or trilingual, can read and write classical Chinese and speak with coherence and confidence using literary language without scripts.

FM Wang Yi is a typical Chinese liberal arts graduate: fully bilingual in Chinese and Japanese, still fluent in English, writes coherently and speaks without stuttering or looking at a script using literary language.

Compare that to liberal arts grads from some certain country:

1. Still monolingual
2. Still reads a script
3. Stutters, uses "uh" and "um" because mouth moves faster than brain
4. Doesn't know historical context
5. Can't understand classical English

You know Sleepy.Joe has a double major in history, political science, with minor in English? The guy is supposedly educated in history, politics, and English! Imagine that when listening to him talk.

Haha, trilingual in classical language? You know that’s cheating! Most classical Korean is in 한자-漢字 (but more properly in Chinese-漢文문). Similar with Japanese, lol.

Your description is a little scary, could be me (I swear I don’t have a liberal arts degree!)
 

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Führer Ursula von der "Liar":

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BRUSSELS, Sept 23 (Reuters) - European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen Liar has warned Italy of consequences should it veer away from democratic principles, issuing a barely veiled threat ahead of Sunday's election that a rightist bloc led by Giorgia Meloni is expected to win.

The comments highlighted concern in some European capitals over the forthcoming election and suggested that relations between Brussels and Rome could get turbulent if Meloni and her partners secure victory.
 

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