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有声名著之简爱Jene Eyer Chapter23 相关名著:查泰莱夫人的情人呼啸山庄 Article/200809/47260Universe may be proven flat 宇宙是平的The Boomerang experiment balloon inflating just before launch 气球发射升空前在充气 A high-flying balloon which soared over Antarctica may have answered one of cosmology's greatest questions by revealing that the universe may be "flat". To astronomers, flat means that the usual rules of geometry are observed - light travels in straight lines, not curves. But since Albert Einstein proposed that the universe was "curved", the debate has been open. Scientific opinion has moved towards a flat universe and the latest data confirm this with greater certainty than ever before. Another result of the study is the prediction that the universe will eventually stop expanding from the Big Bang, but will not collapse into a "Big Crunch". 一只在南极洲升空的高空气球解答了宇宙学的一个最大问题:我们的宇宙是“平的”。对于天文学家来说,平面的宇宙意味着几何学的一般原理将被遵守,光在直线中运行,而不是曲线。但自从爱因斯坦提出宇宙是弯曲的之后,科学界就展开了大争论。科学的观点逐渐转向平面宇宙的理论,而最新的数据则越发的明了这一点。研究结果也提出了另一项假设,宇宙在大爆炸后最终会停止膨胀,而不会塌陷为一个大黑洞。 Article/200803/32037

Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. This is an interesting saying. It’s very true. If you look at the world leaders with the most power, they are the most corrupt. When someone has so much power, they want more. Maybe power is like a disease. It eats into your brain and makes you want more. Once you have a lot of power, you forget about being a real human being. The usual story with people in power is taking lots of money from the country and forgetting about the people. It depends on the country, I suppose. The most powerful person in the world is the president of the USA. But in America, the president doesn’t actually have a lot of power. Every four years, Americans can vote a president out of power. Article/201107/143985

PART THREE - A YOUNG WOMAN AT THORNFIELDCHAPTER FIFTEENThe New Mrs. Rochester"You want to marry me?" I cried. "But I have no money, no family, and no friends in the world!""I don't care, Jane! Say yes, quickly! It's cruel to make me suffer like this! Give me your hand and say, 'Edward, I'll marry you'!" he cried. His face was pale in the moonlight."Mr. Rochester, are you serious? Do you really love me? Do you honestly want me to be your wife?" I asked seriously, looking at him."[-----1-----].""Then, Edward, I will marry you.""My darling Jane!" He held me in his arms for a long time. I felt as if I was inside a dream. Once he whispered, "No family! That's good. No family to worry about!" and then, "I don't care what people think!" and again and again, "Are you happy, Jane?" I could not speak, I was so happy at the thought of being with him forever.The weather had changed while we had been talking. The sky grew dark, and the rainc ame down suddenly. We ran back to the house, holding hands and laughing. We were very wet when we arrived at Thornfield. We did not notice Mrs. Fairfax standing in a corner of the room, watching us."Good night, my darling!" Mr. Rochester said, kissing me many times. As I ran upstairs, I suddenly saw the old lady. She looked shocked."Tomorrow I'll explain everything to her," I thought. At that moment, [-----2-----]. Mr. Rochester loved me!Outside, there was a terrible storm that lasted all night. In the morning we saw that [-----3-----]. 填空 :1、I swear it我发誓。2、I was too happy to think about anything except my happiness我太高兴了,除了我的幸福感,再也无暇顾及别的。3、a large old tree in the garden, which had stood for hundreds of years, had been hit by lightning and torn in half花园里一棵以挺立几百年的大古树被雷击中,劈成了两半。 Vocabulary Focusagain and again:反反复复,有时为表示强调,再加一个“and again”,即为“again and again and again”。 Article/200905/70521

  有声名著之三个火手 Chapter4 相关名著: 有声名著之傲慢与偏见 有声名著之儿子与情人 有声名著之红与黑 有声名著之了不起的盖茨比 有声名著之歌剧魅影 有声名著之远大前程 有声名著之巴斯史维尔猎犬 有声名著之吸血鬼 有声名著之野性的呼唤 有声名著之黑骏马 有声名著之海底两万里 有声名著之秘密花园 有声名著之化身士 有声名著之螺丝在拧紧 有声名著之三个火手更多名著gt;gt; Article/200811/55134


  A woman is standing at a bus stop at noon. A van pulls up. A young man hops out of the van, grabs the woman’s purse, gets back into the van, and it drives off.An elderly man is standing on the sidewalk in front of his home at 10:30 p.m. He is admiring the full moon. A car pulls up right in front of him and stops. Two men get out. One man punches the old man in the mouth. The other man takes the man’s wallet out of his pants. They get back into their car and drive off.A woman puts her laptop and purse into her car in her driveway at 3:15 p.m. She starts the car, and then remembers that she forgot to turn off the TV. She goes back into her house, turns off the TV, and comes back to her car. Her purse and her laptop are gone.The department of transportation built an elevated freeway on top of the 110 freeway in Los Angeles. The new freeway is supported by more than 100 thick concrete columns. Since the freeway was built, each column has been tagged with graffiti and repainted at least ten times.Late one night, someone managed to raise a heavy metal shopping cart to the top of a flagpole outside a supermarket. The next morning, a 56-year-old supermarket worker hooked up the US flag and started to raise it by pulling on the rope. A second later, the cart crashed down on her. She was permanently paralyzed. When released from the hospital, she told a TV reporter that she forgave the culprit. “Please don’t do this again,” she said. “You might kill someone, and that would be terrible.” A police spokesman admitted that they might not ever find the “prankster.” Article/201104/132970

  The Colorful History of Billiards 台球的沿革Anyone who refuses to leave prison simply because they are having too much fun playing billiards would be considered something more than just a diehard fan. Yet that is exactly what a Captain Mingaud did during the French Revolution. Granted, Mingaud was not only playing billiards, he was busy revolutionizing the game. Though billiards had aly been popular for more than 100 years at that time, Mingaud was the first person to round the end of a pool cue with a file and apply a leather tip to it. After prison, Mingaud promptly proved his invention's superiority over its flat, club-like predecessor in exhibitions throughout France. What the captain had developed was essentially the cue in use today, but the game he generated interest in did not involve shooting balls into pockets. Pocket billiards such as modern-day pool and snooker were around, but they were considered to be the ill-bred cousins of carom billiards, which used a pocketless table. The name pool was born during the 1840s when billiards was closely identified with gambling parlors, or "pool parlors" in the lexicon of the day. The name stuck, and with more than 40 million people playing in America alone last year, so has the game. Despite its universal popularity and frequent airtime on ESPN with professionally organized tournaments, billiards has rarely enjoyed universal respect. Before hitting America, billiards aly had a spotty history thanks to the likes of hustlers such as Englishman Jack Carr. Carr, the first person to put chalk on his cue tip, made a fortune peddling his magic "twisting chalk" around France in the 1820s. The "magic" was actually in Carr's wrist; he was the first player to apply spin to a billiards ball, and the term "English" is still used to denote this move. In America, billiards had a questionable reputation because of its association with gambling. The 20-year rivalry of American pool masters Michael Phelan and Dudley Kavanagh in the late 19th century, however, attracted attention and respect as tournaments became standing-room-only tuxedo affairs. Ironically, the two also started a tradition of conflicting associations governing the game, which now makes all titles suspect, and the Olympics an impossible dream. Fortunately, legitimacy and success are not invariably linked. When The Hustler, a 1961 movie starring Paul Newman and Jackie Gleason, glamorized the shady underworld of pool sharks, business boomed.Coin-operated pool tables were born just in time to meet the rising demand. Initially found only in bars and bowling alleys, the new, smaller tables have taken center stage at packed pool halls from Boston to Beijing. 要是有人因为太爱打台球而不肯出狱,那他们绝对不只是球痴而已。而在法国大革命时期,敏高德上尉正是一个顽固的台球迷。他 不仅玩台球,还忙着改革这项运动。 尽管当时,台球已盛行了百余年,而敏高德却是第一个使用锉刀把球杆尾端磨圆,并用皮子包上的人。出狱后,在法 国的多次展览会上,敏高德很快就明他的新发明比原先那种平头像球棍的球杆好用。上尉发明的球杆沿用至今,然而当时他引发兴趣的游戏,还未发展到将台球击进球袋的阶段。 “球袋台球”(pocket billiards)如花式、英式台球在当时比比皆是,但却被视为是“教养不良的兄弟台球”(carom billiards),它们的球台没有球袋。“弹子”(pool)这个名词 出现在19世纪40年代,当时台球室和是紧密联系在一起的,以当时的辞汇称之即为“弹子房”。这个名称就保留下来,去年,光是美国就有超过四千万人玩台球,这项运动也常盛不衰。 尽管台球已经风靡世界各地,ESPN也时常转播职业球队的公开赛,但却始终未能赢得世人尊重的目光。 在台球风潮袭卷美洲之前,它已经有了一段发展不平衡的历史,这点,活跃分子诸如英格兰人杰克卡尔等功不可没。卡尔是首位将白垩用于磨削球杆尖端的人,19世纪20年代他还因在法国各地兜售他神奇的“白垩”发了财。事实上真正“神奇”的,是卡尔的手腕:他首创旋转球打法,当时称呼此动作的术语(“侧旋”(English))也沿用迄今。在美国,台球因和相联系,名声仍受到质疑。19世纪末,当台球公开赛成了盛装庆事,只能买到站票的时候,美国台球双雄迈克费兰和杜德利卡文纳长达20年之久的 霸,吸引了众人的目光,赢得了尊敬。具讽刺意味的是,他们 两人也开创了有冲突的台球协会间争相控制这种运动的传统,它使得所有的名次难以确定,列入奥运正式比赛项目仍只是一场梦。 好在,合法与成功并没有必然联系。1961年由保罗·纽曼和贾奇·葛利森主演的电影《江湖浪子》,表现了身处阴暗 下层社会台球高手们的魅力,台球生意兴隆起来。投币式的 台球桌也应运而生。这些新型小球 起初只在酒吧、保龄球馆中能找到;现在,从波士顿到北京,在挤满了人的台球场所 里,它俨然成为了主流。 Article/200803/29864Janelle used the phone of the helpful woman to call Cliff. Cliff played golf with a medical doctor almost every Saturday. Perhaps Dr. Kildare could look at her injuries. Cliff, angry but glad his wife was alive, said he would be there shortly. She told him to bring their son and her spare set of car keys, because her keys were in the stolen purse. Cliff and Donovan arrived just before the police officer finished filling out his report. Cliff hugged his wife gently. He told Donovan to drive home in Janelle’s car. Cliff then asked the officer what the chances were of catching the attackers.The officer shook his head. “Not good,” he said. He told Cliff that robberies like this one happened daily throughout southern California. “Thugs are everywhere, prowling around like sharks in the ocean, looking for prey.” Cliff asked the officer what could be done. “I know this sounds ridiculous, but we police can no longer protect you law-abiding citizens. There’s simply too many criminals. Tell all your female relatives and friends one thing: Don’t go anywhere alone, day or night. A woman by herself, even in public, might as well be carrying a bright neon sign that says: ‘Victim here—Come and get me!’ I’m not supposed to be telling you this, because if the word gets out, tourism will suffer in southern California.”The officer asked Janelle to sign the police report. He wished her a speedy recovery, and promised to do his best to help put the culprits behind bars. He reminded both of them that the two thugs now had their credit cards, address, car keys, and house keys. He suggested that they make the appropriate phone calls, change the locks to their house, and get new keys programmed for her car. Cliff told the officer that a couple of his friends were at his house, with guns, watching for intruders. Cliff and Janelle thanked the officer and the helpful woman. Cliff drove Janelle straight toward Dr. Kildare’s house.“Maybe we should move,” he told Janelle. “To another city?” she asked. “To another state,” he said. Article/201105/138577Jordan Wolf signed up for the Army as soon as he graduated from high school. After Jordan took various aptitude tests, the recruiter said that Jordan scored high in electronics. He would receive a stateside assignment in a computer lab, where he would learn to program software and repair electronic hardware. Also, Jordan would receive a ,000 cash bonus.He attended eight weeks of basic training at Ft. Benning, Georgia. While in training, he talked to his new buddies about how he was going to be in a computer lab stateside after basic training. His buddies were amazed, as all of them were going straight to Iraq. They all graduated from basic training on a Friday and spent the weekend getting drunk in nearby Columbus.On Monday morning, the drill sergeant told all of them that their next duty station was Iraq. Jordan told the drill sergeant that there must have been a mistake. “The Army doesn’t make mistakes, soldier!” the drill sergeant barked at him. “Now pack your gear. You’ll be in Baghdad in two days.”Jordan wrote letters to his congressman and senators while he was in Iraq. He couldn’t believe that the recruiter had lied to him like that. Meanwhile, for almost 18 months he went out on daily missions looking for the bad guys. One day, his vehicle got blown up by a handmade bomb. He got shrapnel in his left eye and was permanently blinded. The Army gave him a glass eye, declared him unfit for duty, and discharged him.After enrolling at Troy University, Jordan got a letter from the Pentagon. Maybe it's a commendation, he thought as he opened the letter. Since he hadn’t completed his three-year commitment to the Army, the letter said, he must return all of his cash bonus, plus interest. Article/201105/135576

  Cliff was on the phone. “I couldn’t believe it! It was broad daylight! These criminals have no conscience, no morals. They beat up and rob old people. They kidnap and rape young women. It’s getting to the point where no one is safe anytime or anywhere.” Cliff’s wife had recently been punched, kicked, and robbed on a warm, sunny day. She had a black eye, sore ribs, and abrasions on her left elbow where she had been knocked to the pavement.Janelle had gone to Santa Anita mall to buy a new pair of shoes. JC Penney was having a sale. As usual, the huge parking lot was crowded. The nearest parking spot she could find was almost 100 yards past the mall’s north entrance. She got out of her car and started walking south toward JC Penney, the mall’s northernmost anchor store.She had only walked about 20 feet when she heard something behind her. She turned around. A hooded figure got out of the passenger side of a black Mustang. He walked right up to her. She clutched her purse. He punched her. She fell to the pavement, stunned. The man grabbed her purse. She held tight, until he kicked her in her side. She screamed in pain and let go of her purse. The man yelled something at her and got back into the Mustang. She heard laughter as it drove off.A minute later, another car pulled up. A woman got out and asked Janelle what was wrong. Janelle was crying. The woman called the police, and helped Janelle to her feet. A police car arrived about 10 minutes later. The officer called for an ambulance, but Janelle said to forget it. She knew that most Los Angeles area hospitals were usually overcrowded with emergency room patients. Even if the ambulance managed to find a hospital that wasn’t too overcrowded, she would have to wait hours before an emergency room doctor would see her and treat her. I could go online and learn how to treat myself by then, or maybe even be completely healed, Janelle thought. Article/201105/138576爱丽丝就寻找逃走的路,而且还想不被人发现的逃开。这时,她注意到天空出现了一个怪东西,起初她惊奇极了,看了一两分钟后,她判断出这是一个笑容,并对自己说:“这是柴郡猫,现在我可有人说话了。” Alice began to feel very uneasy: to be sure, she had not as yet had any dispute with the Queen, but she knew that it might happen any minute, `and then,' thought she, `what would become of me? They're dfully fond of beheading people here; the great wonder is, that there's any one left alive!' She was looking about for some way of escape, and wondering whether she could get away without being seen, when she noticed a curious appearance in the air: it puzzled her very much at first, but, after watching it a minute or two, she made it out to be a grin, and she said to herself `It's the Cheshire Cat: now I shall have somebody to talk to.' `How are you getting on?' said the Cat, as soon as there was mouth enough for it to speak with. Alice waited till the eyes appeared, and then nodded. `It's no use speaking to it,' she thought, `till its ears have come, or at least one of them.' In another minute the whole head appeared, and then Alice put down her flamingo, and began an account of the game, feeling very glad she had someone to listen to her. The Cat seemed to think that there was enough of it now in sight, and no more of it appeared. Article/201103/127160

  Theodore, the manager of the Paradise Hotel, told a middle-aged couple that they would have to leave the hotel after just one night. The couple, visiting from Texas, had booked a room for eight nights. “They wanted a sterile environment,” Theodore said. “They should have rented a room in a hospital, maybe an operating room. This hotel is clean, but it isn’t that clean.” Theodore said that, on the very first day, the couple brought all the sheets, pillowcases, and bedsps down to the main lobby and just dropped them next to the front desk. They stood there next to this pile of bedding while other guests looked, pointed, and murmured. The hotel got three cancellations within the hour from people who witnessed this strange event. When Theodore asked the couple what the problem was, they said that their bedding was filthy and they wanted it replaced. The couple could not identify any specific “filth” on the bedding. The wife just said, “We’re paying good money to stay here. How dare you doubt us? We know the filth is there. That’s all the proof you need.” Theodore called room service, and the bedding was replaced immediately. Early the next evening, however, the couple marched to the front desk again and demanded seven cans of spray disinfectant. “We need a can for each night. We have to spray the phone, the TV, all the door handles, the toilet handle, the shower stall, the faucet, the sink, and any hotel staff entering our room.” Worried about what their demands might be in the following days, Theodore politely suggested that a hotel more suitable for them was just around the corner. He then called ahead to reserve a “very clean” room, and gave them free transportation in the hotel limousine. “They seemed surprised that I suggested a different hotel, but they liked the idea that I didn’t charge them for the second day, and they really liked the limousine service,” said Theodore. Article/201106/141520


  有声名著之三个火手 Chapter15 相关名著: 有声名著之傲慢与偏见 有声名著之儿子与情人 有声名著之红与黑 有声名著之了不起的盖茨比 有声名著之歌剧魅影 有声名著之远大前程 有声名著之巴斯史维尔猎犬 有声名著之吸血鬼 有声名著之野性的呼唤 有声名著之黑骏马 有声名著之海底两万里 有声名著之秘密花园 有声名著之化身士 有声名著之螺丝在拧紧 有声名著之三个火手更多名著gt;gt; Article/200811/55675


  Stopover 中途停留的优惠I couldn't decide whether to go to Salt Lake City or Denver for vacation, so I called the airlines to get prices. "Airfare to Denver is 0," the cheery salesperson replied. "And what about Salt Lake City?" "We have a really great rate to Salt Lake -- ," she said. "But there is a stopover." "Where?" "In Denver," she said. 我想去渡假,但拿不定主意到底是去盐湖城还是去丹佛,于是我打电话到航空公司问问机票价格。“去丹佛的机票是300美元”,热情的销售人员回答。“那,去盐湖城的呢?” “去盐湖城我们有特别的优惠,只要99美元”,她回答。“但中途要停一站。”“哪?”“在丹佛”。 Article/200804/35224

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