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Market Share市场份额A: In this area NEST company is our main competitor is our main competitor. They entered the market in 2002, fifteen years later than us. But theyve been developing rapidly and now are the biggest in terms of market share.A: 在这个地区,NEST公司是我们的主要竞争对手。他们2002年进入市场,比我们晚了15年。但他们发展迅速,是市场份额而言,他们是最大的一家。B: We must admit theyve been doing well in product development. But they have their weakness at the moment. They have the lowest profitability.B: 我们必须承认他们的产品开发得很好。但是目前它们也有他们的不足之处。他们的利润很低。A: Yes, in terms of this we still have an advantage. But look at our second competitor, MTC. They entered the market almost at the same time as we did. They have a lower market share than us and their products are sold at slightly higher prices. But their annual return shows greater profitability. They are in strong position to overtake us soon.A: 是的,就这方面而言我们仍有优势。但是看看我们的第二个竞争对手MTC公司。他们几乎和我们同时进入市场。他们没有我们的市场份额大,他们的产品售价较高。但是他们年利润较大。他们处于强势地位,很快就会超过我们。B: We must realize where we are. Our products are not highly priced but less attractive than others. Were also getting the problem with reliability.B: 我们必须认清我们的处境。我们的产品价格不高但吸引力也不大,而且我们的信任度也成问题。A: I agree. Our market share is higher. This is important but profitability is equally important. We must become more competitive if we want to hold on to our market share and increase profitability.A: 我同意你的看法。我们的市场份额高这很重要,但是利润也同要重要。如果我们想保持住市场份额,增加利润,就必须更有竞争力。B: We should get the management and the working staff to realize our situation and call on everyone for effort.B: 我们应该让管理层和基层员工都意识到我们的处境并号召大家共同努力。 /201602/426615McCain Picks Alaska Governor as Vice Presidential Candidate麦凯恩挑选阿拉斯加州长为副手  Republican Senator John McCain has chosen a first-term governor from the state of Alaska to run as his vice presidential candidate in the November elections. Governor Sarah Palin bolsters McCain's message of reform. 美国共和党参议员约翰.麦凯恩挑选初次担任阿拉斯加州长的莎拉.佩林为自己的副总统竞选夥伴,一起参加11月的大选。佩林州长使麦凯恩关于改革的主张得到加强。Senator McCain named Sarah Palin as his running mate only hours after the close of the Democratic National Convention in Denver. The announcement during a rally in Ohio was aimed at grabbing the attention away from Democrats and building momentum for the Republican Party convention, which opens next week. 在丹佛的美国民主党全国代表大会结束几小时之后,麦凯恩参议员宣布佩林为自己的竞选夥伴。他在俄亥俄州的一个集会上宣布了这一决定,目的是把人们的注意力从民主党身上拉开,为下周开始的共和党全国代表大会造势。Senator McCain said he chose the Alaska governor after a long search for someone he said could bring change to Washington, and help put the nation back on the road to prosperity and peace. 麦凯恩说,他花了很长时间来寻找一个可以给华盛顿带来改变、帮助美国重返繁荣与和平之路的人,最后他选择了佩林。"I have found the right partner to help me stand up to those who value their privileges over their responsibilities, who put power over principle, and put their interests before your needs," he said. 他说:“我找到了合适的搭档,她将帮助我同那些重特权而轻责任、重权利而轻原则、只考虑自身利益而忽视人民需要的人进行斗争。”McCain noted Palin is a relative newcomer to politics and someone who has never served in Washington. He praised Palin for her record in Alaska, where she has served as mayor and state commissioner, and was elected governor in 2006.  麦凯恩指出,佩林相对来讲是一个政界新手,而且从来没有在华盛顿工作过。他称赞佩林在阿拉斯加的政绩。佩林曾经在阿拉斯加担任过市长和州行政长官,并且在2006年当选州长。Palin said she was proud to accept the invitation to run alongside John McCain in the general election in November. She said her record in Alaska shows she is committed to reform, such as cutting taxes and fighting corruption. 佩林说,她自豪地接受麦凯恩的邀请,将在11月的大选中同麦凯恩并肩作战。她说,她在阿拉斯加的政绩显示,她致力于减税和打击腐败等改革措施。"Politics is not just a game of competing interests and clashing parties," said Palin. "The people of America expect us to seek public office and serve for the right reasons." 佩林说:“政治并不只是利益竞争和政党对抗的游戏。美国人民期望我们成为政府官员,为正确的理由而奋斗。”Palin is the first female and the youngest person to be elected governor in Alaska, a huge and remote state that is home to key oil and gas reserves. As governor, the 44-year-old said she has taken advantage of high oil prices to fund new energy projects. "We are now embarking on a billion natural gas pipeline to help lead America to energy independence," said Palin. 阿拉斯加是远离美国本土的一个大州,蕴藏着丰富的石油和天然气资源。佩林是阿拉斯加最年青的州长,也是那里的第一位女州长。44岁的佩林说,她在担任州长期间利用高昂的油价来为新能源项目提供资金。她说:“我们目前正在着手铺设一条价值400亿美元的天然气管道,帮助美国实现能源独立。”Senator McCain has focused his campaign on finding new energy solutions, as well as maintaining strong military support for the war in Iraq. Palin said her son has enlisted in the Army, and will be deploying soon to the region. 麦凯恩竞选活动的主题就是找到新能源,以及继续为伊拉克战争提供强大的军事持。佩林说,她的儿子正在美国陆军役,而且很快会被派到伊拉克去。"On September 11, Track will deploy to Iraq in the service of his country, and Todd and I are so proud of him and all the fine men and women serving the country," she said. 她说:“今年9月11号,我儿子特拉克将被派到伊拉克,在那里为美国务。我和我丈夫托德为特拉克以及所有的军人感到骄傲。”Palin traveled from Alaska to Ohio Friday along with her husband Todd and four of their five children. 星期五,佩林从阿拉斯加来到俄亥俄州,她的丈夫托德和他们的另外4个孩子和她一同前往。200808/46914美国原汁原味访谈录:环法七连冠阿姆斯特朗专访Anchor(outside): What a story, we were here yesterday in Paris as Lance finished his 7th tour. This morning just moments ago, we got to sit down and have a real chat with this amazing champion. We asked him what are you y for next.Lance: I'm y for a vocation. I'm y, I'm incredibly excited that my kids are here, my family is here, Sheryl is here, and now it starts a whole new chapter in life.Anchor: As trying to your face as you crossed the finish line yesterday?Lance: Yeah, that's a tough one to after 3 weeks in, especially 3 weeks in that way, because the Champs-Elysees is a hard circuit, it's not easy, so you just wanna get down, you don't wanna crash. You would have no choice (You're almost there)which i almost did, yap, because the city like this would reign as disaster.Anchor: what it is like to know what you mean to people?Lance: If you consider the size and the scope of the honor not just the people diagnose, not just the people who will survive, but the people that it has touched. Because you know what you have, basically, 250 million people realizing what's going on and realizing that your story someone reflects theirs. That’s powerful stuff, you know, nobody else , none of the other 190 guys they started 3 weeks ago had that advantage. So perhaps that's part of the secret.Anchor: Somebody said if you had people pulling with you that would've made you stronger. Lance: The urologist doctor J who died was the man who diagnosed me. You know, cos in the beginning , I can't anybody that would listen to the doctors, nurses, I said "Am I gonna get better, just, just tell me, everybody wants to know that they are gonna do well, they are gonna survive, they are gonna be cured, they are gonna move on in life. Look back on the soft on the illnesses , this is, it's a blip on the radar screen. but he just said to me: Look, I can't promise you you are gonna live, I can't promise you you are gonna get better, but what I can tell you is that you are being held in the hearts, minds and souls of so many people right now. And I know that makes a difference, and I thought, I've never heard anything like that, wow,I like that.Anchor: Yesterday, on the podium, you gave a short speech.Video: lance: I'm sorry you can't dream big, I'm sorry you don't believe in miracles, but this is one hell of a race. this is a great sporting event, and you should stand around and believe. You should believe in these athletes, and you should believe in these people.Lance: This sport, there is a, there is an entire, you know, a state full of people that would say: it just can't happen, not only, forget the honors, forget the comeback, forget the long odds, you just can't do the race without help, and that's a shame, but I suppose it was inevitable when you consider what the sport has been doing in the last ten years, the guy that comes back the year after the biggest doping scandal in history of sport. You know, Lord in the holy was a cancer survivor, not only I won itonce, but I broke the record I won it 7 times. I understand, but it's not right. You don't wanna necessarily put the light on the negative aspect of it. I thought I had to, and I felt that was my last opportunity, I can't hold a press conference in a month: hey, you guys, you bad guys, shame on you for not dreaming. So that was my chance, I just take a good look at this phase, cos you are never gonna see it again.Anchor: Team vintage lands today, sort of true to your insides.Lance: Well, yap, because, it has, at last made me angry, of course, nobody, nobody wants to hear that, if you are a singer, nobody wants to say that's not your singing on the record. If you're a journalist, they don't want to say, you don't write this story, your sources are made up, who are they, nobody wants to be called like that.Anchor: What was it like to have your children up on the podium with you yesterday?Lance: a dream, a dream, you know, I wanted to be there one final time in yellow, I wanted them to be there with me. I wanted them to understand that was what that meant first to board for a team, for me and for their dad that I wanted them also them to understand that's the last time. 200707/15220onerous ———— 繁重的(形容词)英文释义 (adjective) Describing something that causes significant, troublesome and unpleasant obligations; burdensome.例句 Every year I d the onerous task of preparing my taxes.每年,我都害怕繁重的报税工作。 /201606/450527

Katie Couric: You might wanna think twice before you take your kids for a fast food meal today. A new study reports there may be a link between French fries and breast cancer. Dr. Karin Michels is the study's lead author. She's an associate professor at Harvard Medical School and a clinical epidemiologist at the Brigham and Womens Hospital in Boston. Good morning.Dr. Karin Michels: Good morning, Katie.Katie Couric: Is it Michels or Michelles?Dr. Karin Michels: Michels is just(lip-ing) fine. Thank you.Katie Couric: Ok, good. I am glad I've pronounced it correctly. So tell me a little bit about this study and the link you found between French fries and breast cancer. Dr. Karin Michels: Yes. We found indeed that diet in pre-school age may indeed be associated with breast cancer risk later in life. We found that one additional serving of French fries per week during pre-school age was associated with an increased risk of breast cancer later in life.Katie Couric: And, and before we talk about specifically why French fries seem to be such a problem here, how many, how many people did you study and didn't you study mothers and children, or talked to them?Dr. Karin Michels: Yes, we interviewed mothers of participants of the Nurse's Health Studies in Boston. So we obtained information from the mothers as to what their children ate during pre-school age, that is when they were 3 to 5 years old. We studied about 2,200 women. As we asked the mothers to give us detailed information about the preferences of their daughters during pre-school age. And some of these women had developed breast cancer aly. So we linked the dietary information that we got from the mothers to their daughters' breast cancer incidence later in life.Katie Couric: And so what is it about the French fries that make them such a suspicious culprit of all these?Dr. Karin Michels: That of course is something we would like to find out. French fries are very high in saturated and trans-fatty acids, and that could potentially be the reason that we see this as association.Katie Couric: And what about other foods, other potatoes, for example, I understand, that mashed potatoes, including, which include butter, didn't have a link to breast cancer in any way?Dr. Karin Michels: That is correct. We asked for a whole number of foods to be reported by the mothers, and French fries was the only food that stood out to be associated with breast cancer risk. So we've also asked about mashed potatoes, or sweet potatoes; we also asked about ice-cream consumption, hot dog consumption, hamburgers, but none of these potentially also unhealthy foods stood out here to be associated with breast cancer risk. It was really only the French fries.Katie Couric: Were some of the people you spoke to overweight? Did that have an impact on the breast cancer incidence, in other words, does that you... make you more at risk if you are overweight or even obese?Dr. Karin Michels: Well, it depends whether you're a young woman or older woman with respect to the obesity. But in our analysis, we controlled for all of these factors, so they should not have any influence on the results.Katie Couric: Dr. Larry Norton, who's Deputy-Physician-in-Chief for the breast cancer program at Memorial Sloan Catering Cancer Center here in New York, warned against over-interpreting, the results of the study. He said: I wouldn't go out and change Americans' dietary habits on the basis of this, but it's certainly worth pursuing with additional research." So what are the implications here and how would you advise parents when it comes to their youngsters' diets?Dr. Karin Michels: Yes. I think uh..we have to be very cautious and not over-interpreting the result from this one study. Of course we would like to see our findings confirmed in other studies. The reason why we looked at this early life phase is because there is increasing evidence that breast cancer may originate early in life. The breast of a young woman is much more susceptible to environmental and potentially carcinogenic influences than the breast of an adult woman. In terms of how we translate our findings for the public, there is plenty of evidence to be concerned about our youth's diet.Katie Couric: Right.Dr. Karin Michels: And, we are facing an epidemic of childhood obesity. There's also evidence that other chronic diseases, such as heart disease, and diabetes originate in childhood. So we really are concerned that our children adopt healthier diet and it is obviously a call on the parents to watch over their children's diet. We know that atherosclerotic plaques can always be found in the coronary arteries of children. So it is really preeminent to ensure that we're not, have a young generation grow up to have high incidence (Right.) of chronic diseases as a result of old bad diet.Katie Couric: Clearly. We have to start kid eating in a healthy way very early because as, as you mentioned in your new study found a 27% increase in risk of breast cancer if you have an extra serving of French fries, when you are a girl between the ages of 3 and 5. Dr. Karin Michels, thanks so much for you ,for coming in this morning. We've appreciated it.Dr. Karin Michels: My pleasure. Thank you. 200807/43918

1:45 AM, the 38th parallel, along the border of North and South Korea. The 148-mile-long border is the most heavily militarized in the world. This joint South Korean-American platoon is on constant alert for infiltrators from the North. Behind these fences, North Korea has a million-man army, and now nuclear weapons, which they could use or possibly give away to terrorists. The soldiers can monitor every sound and movement close to the border, but what makes this place so dangerous is the uncertainty of what lies on the other side of the divide.North Korea is one of the most secretive countries on Earth. It's regarded as an intelligence black hole. But we know some basic facts. North Korea is roughly the size of Mississippi. It has 23 million people, a showcase capital Pyongyang, and is completely controlled by Kim Jong-il. The Dear Leader is an absolute dictator, worshiped in a personality cult perhaps more extreme than any other in history."Kim Jong-il is the Son of God in North Korea. He is the state. The notion of questioning his ability to rule or what he does doesn't enter into things."Everyone is trained from birth to love the Dear Leader. And no outside sources of information are allowed. Newspapers and television are controlled by the state. There is no Internet. Cell phones have been banned. And many don't even know a man has walked on the moon."There is no freedom. It's a country run in tyranny and dictatorship. I don't think anyone can understand North Korea until they experience it."North Korea is known as the "hermit kingdom" because of its extreme isolation from the rest of the world. But on the other side of Asia, one man is literally planning to bring light to the darkness of North Korea. Nepalese eye surgeon Dr. Sanduk Ruit travels the world setting up eye clinics in developing countries. Dubbed "a miracle doctor" by the media, Ruit trains local doctors in inexpensive and effective treatments for cataracts. North Korea may be his biggest challenge yet. Thousands of people go blind due to a lack of even the most basic medical facilities."The annual number of surgeries performed is just, just very little, and the blindness magnitude is one of the highest in the world."Ruit plans to travel from Nepal to North Korea to do more than 1,000 surgeries in less than 10 days. His mission is purely humanitarian. What the North Koreans don't know is that our camera crew is going with him."So what do you think of the cameras so far, Dr. Ruit?""I think it's big.""You think these cameras are big?"Our camera crew is posing as members of Dr. Ruit's medical team. We are going to document his work and show the world what life is like inside North Korea. (Send it back. Be sure you won't be in trouble.) This meeting in a Katmandu hotel room will be the last time our team can converse in private."So there would be a North Korean man traveling with us the entire time (yes) from here to Pyongyang.""From here to Pyongyang and back to Katmandu."infiltrator: someone who takes up a position surreptitiously for the purpose of espionagecataract: opacity of the lens or capsule of the eye, causing impairment of vision or blindness200709/17487

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