Melody Od 幼稚園下 (2013/06/23 17:01)
Achilles’ heel 致命缺陷（阿基里斯的腳踝）
希臘神話 :阿基里斯的母親為了讓他永生 在他嬰兒時放入神秘河裡洗滌。阿基里斯全身刀槍不入 只有腳踝是弱點
另外http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E5%A4%A9%E5%A4%96%E6%95%91%E6%98%9FDeus ex machina[編輯]
拉丁語片語Deus ex machina（英譯：God from the machine）翻譯自希臘語ἀπό μηχανῆς θεός（apò mēkhanḗs theós），意思是機關跑出的神，中文一般翻譯為舞台機關送神、機械降神、機器神、解圍之神……等。
【站僕】摩檸Morning 小一下 (2014/04/05 18:01)
36 Batteries have always been the of electric cars; we can make one that is rugged, but it’s bound to be too heavy and bulky, and unable to store enough electricity. (A) Achilles’ heel (B) Midas’ touch (C) Minos’ labyrinth (D) dues ex machina
36 Batteries have always been the ＿＿＿＿ of electric cars; we can make one that is rugged, but it’s bound to be too heavy and bulky, and unable to store enough electricity. (A) Achilles’ heel (B) Midas’ touch (C) Minos’ labyrinth (D) dues ex machina ...
繆珺贑 國三下 (2014/05/27 12:38)
Of all Modernism’s tenets, few have been more “revered” than the assembly line. Its crisp efficiency was a template for everything. The new BMW plant in Leipzig serves as an antidote to just that sort of uniformity. A boomerang-shaped industrial shed with rows of cars streaming on curving tracks, it is less a model of efficiency than a machine for voyeuristic pleasure. Moreover, the plant is an attempt at social engineering. Its architect subverts the sequential order of manufacturing by having each car loop back through the central building, where workers can survey their work. Engineers and workers are in constant contact, too, mingling in the corridors and the cafeteria, which breaks down the hierarchy. Because each car is routed on its way from the body shop to the paint shop or final assembly plant, you witness them in all their various stages. At certain points, the cars stop and revolve on enormous turntables before heading off in a new direction. The movements suggest mechanical ballet. Leipzig plant is thus the flagship of BMW that provides customized services. Very subtly, the free flow of information replaces the monotony of the assembly line; individual needs rule over bland repetition; and machines are at the service of man.