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Within the memory of the youngest child there was a family of rabbits who lived behind a pack of wolves. The wolves announced that they did not like the way the rabbits were living.The wolves were crazy about the way they themselves were 1iving,because it was the only way to live.在最小的孩子还记得的那个时候,在狼群的附近居住着兔子一家。狼们公开宣布,他们不喜欢兔子的生活方式。狼对自己的生活方式推崇备至,因为这是唯一可行的生活方式。One night several wolves were killed in an earthquake and this was blamed on the rabbits, for it is well known that rabbits pound on the ground with their hind legs and cause earthquakes. On another night one of the wolves was killed by a bolt of lightning and this was also named on the rabbits, for it is well known that lettuce-eaters cause 1ightning.The wolves threatened to civilize the rabbits if they didn't behave. 一天晚上,几只狼在地震中死亡。这件事是兔子的责任,因为众所周知,兔子用两条腿蹬地造成了地震。另一个晚上,一只狼被雷电劈毙,这件事也怪罪于兔子,因为众所周知,雷电是由吃莴苣的动物引发的。狼威胁说,如果兔子继续为非作歹,它们将施以管教。 The rabbits decided to move away to a desert island. But the animals, who lived at a great distance, shamed them, saying, "You must stay where you are and be brave. There is no world for escapists. If the wolves attack you, we will come to your aid all probability." So the rabbits continued to live near the wolves.兔子决定逃到一个荒岛上去。但是其它住在远处的动物奚落它们说:"你们必须守住阵脚,要勇敢。这个世界决没有逃避主义者的容身之地。如果狼攻击你们,我们多半会来相助。"于是兔子继续在狼群附近生活。 One day them was a terrible flood which drowned a great many wolves. This was blamed on the rabbits, for it is well known that carrot-nibblers with long ear cause floods. The wolves descended on the rabbits, for their own good, and imprisoned them in a dark cave, for their own protection. 有一天,发生了一场可怕的洪水,许多狼被淹死。责任怪罪到兔子头上,因为众所周知,长耳朵并小口小口吃胡萝卜的动物会引起洪水。为了兔子着想,狼对它们下手了,把它们关在黑洞里进行保护。 When nothing was heard about the rabbits for some weeks, the other animals demands to know what had happened to them. The wolves replied that the rabbits had been eaten and since they had been eaten the affair was a purely internal matter. But the other animals warned that they might possibly unite against the wolves unless some reason was given for the destruction of the rabbits. So the wolves gave them one. “They were trying to escape,” sad the wolves, "and, as you know, there is no world for escapists." 由于连续几星期没有听到兔子的消息,其它动物要求知道它们的行踪。狼回答说兔子已经被吃了;既然已经吃到肚里,此事就纯属内政。但其它动物警告说,除非有消灭兔子的正当理由,不然它们可能团结起来,一致对狼。于是,狼给了它们一条理由。"它们企图逃走",狼说。"你们也知道,这个世界决没有逃避主义者的容身之地。” Article/200802/26337。

7月15日至~7月17日,淘宝聚划算发起了一场名为“聚精会神”的团购活动,联合国内最大的第三方医学检验集团金域检验独家首发亲子鉴定O2O团购。除了提供司法鉴定务以外,还上线了7个城市的精子库,预约捐精的志愿者可获得3000至5000元不等的捐精补助。【新闻】请看《中国日报》的报道There seems no limit to what can be bought via Taobao, China#39;s largest online retailer. The e-commerce player has pushed the boundaries further by offering services including paternity tests and sperm donation.看起来淘宝上销售的物品并没有限制,淘宝是中国最大的在线零售商。电子商务巨头淘宝开始提供亲子鉴定和捐精务,进一步扩大务范围北京。【讲解】online retailer是在线零售商;paternity tests是亲子鉴定;sperm donation是捐精。淘宝聚划算联合国内最大的第三方医学检验集团(third-party medical laboratory group)金域检验独家首发亲子鉴定O2O(Online to Offline,线上到线下)团购。在该务推出后的72小时之内,22017位男性在全国七大精子库(sperm banks)预约捐精(made appointments to donate sperm),有137人参加亲子鉴定团购,精子活力检测试纸(sperm fertility testing)有4060人购买。志愿者只要选择所在地的精子库,填写姓名、身份号末六位(last six digits of their ID card)以及邮箱(email address)就能实现预约(complete registration),三个月内网友到精子库报到,进行一系列的检查,通过后就能捐精了,整个过程简单明了。志愿者还可获得3000元至5000元不等的补助(subsidy)。淘宝亲子鉴定的价格是699元,当用户拍下订单(an order is lodged)后,监测套装(testing kit)就会寄送到户。用户按照套装中的说明,填写申请和知情同意书,使用工具自己提取口腔唾液标本(saliva sample)后,再通过顺丰到付直寄实验室。10个工作日(working days)之后检测报告将以挂号信(registered letter)形式寄回。随着越来越多的人寻求专业护理(professional care),购买健康产品(wellness products),利用电子设备监测健康情况,阿里巴巴开始进军医疗市场(health market)。今年五月,阿里巴巴在北京、上海等五大城市推出网购药品3小时送货极速达务(a three-hour delivery service for healthcare goods),该务将于年底推广至19个城市。 /201507/387256。

每日一句口语:Life is not a win, only worth. Any thing, any experience, including love, work, is not to be, that is learned.生命没有输赢,只有值不值。任何事、任何经历,包括爱情、工作,不是得到,就是学到。【知识点讲解】worth adj.值得的;有…的价值;等值的;有…的财产 例句:It is certainly worth checking up on your benefit entitlements.查清楚你可以享受哪些福利是绝对有必要的。 /201507/385150。

继去年10月27日提请十二届全国人大常委会十一次会议初次审议之后,刑法修正案(九)草案二审稿于24日提请十二届全国人大常委会第十五次会议进行审议。【新闻】请看《中国日报》的报道Human traffickers are likely to face tougher penalties, and the list of punishable terrorist activities is set to be expanded, under proposed revisions to the Criminal Law that have been advanced to a second ing by legislators.依据提请全国人大审议的刑法修正案(九)草案二审稿,人贩子将面临更严厉的处罚,同时扩大恐怖主义活动的处罚范围。【讲解】human traffickers是人贩子;terrorist activities是恐怖主义活动。草案规定:“收买被拐卖的妇女、儿童,对被买儿童没有虐待行为(not abuse the child),不阻碍对其进行解救的(hinder rescue efforts),可以从轻处罚(receive a less severe penalty);按照被买妇女的意愿,不阻碍其返回原居住地的,可以从轻、减轻或者免除处罚(immunity from punishment)。”现行刑法在收买被拐卖妇女儿童条款中,有免责(be exempt from all criminal liability)规定。我国面临着恐怖主义的现实危害和长期威胁,因此草案扩大了恐怖主义的认定(activities defined as terrorism)范围。草案将资助恐怖活动培训的行为(finance training programs for terrorists)增加规定为犯罪,并明确对为恐怖活动组织(terrorist organizations)、实施恐怖活动(perform terrorist activities)或者恐怖活动(terrorist activities)培训招募、运送人员的(recruiting and transporting personnel),追究刑事责任;将为实施恐怖活动而准备凶器(prepare equipment or materials for terrorists)或者危险物品,组织或者积极参加恐怖活动培训(take part in terrorist training programs),与境外恐怖活动组织、人员联系(contact overseas terrorist organizations or personnel),以及为实施恐怖活动进行策划(plan acts of terror)或者其他准备等行为明确规定为犯罪。 /201506/382658。

I didn\#39;t sleep all night我整晚都没睡着。失眠的另一种说法 /201610/473817。

Carter Druse was born in Virginia. He loved his parents, his home and the South. But he loved his country too. And in the autumn of 1861, when the ed States was divided by a terrible Civil War, Carter Druse, a Southerner, decided to join the Union Army of the North. He told his father about his decision one morning at breakfast. The old man looked at his only son for a moment, too shocked to speak. Then he said: "As of this moment, you are a traitor to the South. Please don't tell your mother about your decision. She's sick and we both know she has only a few weeks to live." Carter's father paused, again looking deep into his son's eyes. "Carter?" He said, "No matter what happens, be sure you always do what you think is your duty." Both Carter Druse and his father left the table that morning with broken hearts. And Carter soon left his home and everyone he loved to wear the blue uniform of the Union soldier. One sunny afternoon a few weeks later, Carter Druse lay with his face in the dirt by the side of a road. He was on his stomach, his arms still holding his gun. Carter would not receive a medal for his actions. In fact, if his commanding officer were to see him, he would order Carter shot immediately for Carter was not dead or wounded; he was sleeping while on duty. Fortunately, no one could see him. He was hidden by some bushes growing by the side of the road. The road Carter Druse had been sent to guard was only a few miles from his father's house. It began in a forest, down in the valley and climbed up the side of a huge rock. Anyone standing on the top of this high rock would be able to see down into the valley. And that person would feel very dizzy looking down. If he dropped a stone from the edge of this cliff, it would fall for 600 meters before disappearing into the forest in the valley below. Giant cliffs like the one Carter lay on surrounded the valley. Hidden in the valley's forest were 5 Union regiments, thousands of Carter's fellow soldiers. They had marched for 36 hours. Now, they were resting. But at midnight, they would climb that road up the rocky cliff. Their plan was to attack by surprise an army of Southerners camped on the other side of the cliff. But if their enemy learned about the Union Army hiding in the forest, the soldiers would find themselves in a trap with no escape. That was why Carter Druse had been sent to guard the road. It was his duty to be sure that no enemy soldier dressed in gray spied on the valley where the Union Army was hiding. But Carter Druse had fallen asleep. Suddenly, as if a messenger of fate came to touch him on the shoulder. The young man opened his eyes. As he lifted his head, he saw a man on horseback standing on the huge rocky cliff that looked down into the valley. The rider and his horse stood so still that they seemed made of stone. The man's gray uniform blended with the blue sky and the white clouds behind him. He held a gun in his right hand and the horse's reins in the other. Carter could not see the man's face because the rider was looking down into the valley. But the man and his horse seemed to be of heroic almost gigantic size standing their motionless against the sky. Carter discovered he was very much afraid, even though he knew the enemy soldier could not see him hiding in the bushes. Suddenly the horse moved, pulling back its head from the edge of the cliff. Carter was completely awake now. He raised his gun pushing its barrel through the bushes and he aimed for the horseman's heart. A small squeeze of the trigger and Carter Druse would have done his duty. At that instant, the horseman turned his head and looked in Carter's direction. He seemed to look at Carter's face, into his eyes and deep into his brave generous heart. Carter's face became very white. His entire body began shaking. His mind began to race and in his fantasy, the horse and rider became black figures rising and falling in slow circles against the fiery red sky. Carter did not pull the trigger. Instead, he let go of his gun and slowly dropped his face until it rested again in the dirt. Brave and strong as he was, Carter almost fainted from the shock of what he had seen. Is it so terrible to kill an enemy who might kill you and your friends? Carter knew that this man must be shot from ambush without warning. This man must die without a moment to prepare his soul, without even the chance to say a silent prayer. Slowly a hope began to form in Carter Druse's mind. Perhaps the Southern soldier had not seen the Northern troops, perhaps he was only admiring the view, perhaps he would now turn and ride carelessly away. Then, Carter looked down into the valley so far below. He saw a line of men in blue uniforms and their horses slowly leaving the protection of the forest. A foolish Union officer had permitted his soldiers to bring their horses to drink at a small stream near the forest and there they were in plain site. Carter Druse looked back to the man and horse standing there against the sky, again he took aim. But this time he pointed his gun at the horse. Words rang in his head. The last words his father ever spoke to him: "No matter what happens, be sure you always do what you think is your duty. " Carter Druse was calm as he pulled the trigger of his gun. At that moment, a Union officer happened to look up from his hiding place, near the edge of the forest. His eyes climbed to the top of the cliff that looked over the valley. Just looking at the top of the gigantic rock so far above him made the soldier feel dizzy. And then, the officer saw something that filled his heart with horror. A man on a horse was riding down into the valley through the air. The rider sat straight in his saddle. His hair streamed back, waving in the wind. His left hand held his horse's reins while his right hand was hidden in the cloud of the horse's mane. The horse looked as if it were galloping across the earth. Its body was proud and noble. As the frightened Union officer watched this horseman in the sky, he almost believed he was witnessing a messenger from heaven--a messenger who had come to announce the end of the world. The officer's legs grew weak and he fell. At almost the same instant, he heard a crashing sound in the trees. The sound died without an echo and all was silent. The officer got to his feet still shaking. He went back to his camp, but he didn't tell anyone what he had seen. He knew no one would ever believe him. Soon after firing his gun, Carter Druse was joined by a Union sergeant. Carter did not turn his head as the sergeant kneeled beside him. "Did you fire?" The sergeant whispered. "Yes." "At what?""A horse. It was on that rock. It's not there now. It went over the cliff." Carter's face was white but he showed no other sign of emotion. The sergeant did not understand. "See here, Druse." He said after a moment's silence. "Why are you making this into a mystery? I order you to report. Was there anyone on the horse?" "Yes." "Who?" "My, my father." You have heard the story called "A Horseman in the Sky". It was written by Ambrose Bierce and adapted for Special English by Dona De Sanctis. Your storyteller was Roy Dipeal. For VOA Special English, this is Shirley Griffith. Article/200801/23663。