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Evelyn had lived in New Mexico with her husband Jasper for the last 20 years. It wasn’t an exciting life, but they got by. They owned their own house. She spent her days each weekend with her two horses at a stable that was only a mile from her house. Jasper spent his weekends at a small lake where he had a mobile home and a boat. He often brought home fresh fish. Evelyn and Jasper’s romantic life wasn’t what it used to be, but their love was as strong as ever.Evelyn had three sisters. They all lived in Georgia, and they had been badgering her for years to move to Georgia so they could all be together. Jasper resisted the idea because he was familiar with Georgia’s suffocating humidity. He finally relented when the sisters said they had found a condo that was only 100 feet from a dock on a huge lake. The condo price included a small boat and a space for it on the dock.Jasper flew to Georgia to look the place over. When he returned, he told Evelyn that they should put their house and mobile home up for sale. He said he would still prefer to remain in New Mexico, but the Georgia place looked all right, although small. But most important, he said, was that she would be happier living near her sisters. Evelyn was touched; how could she ever pay him back for being so considerate? Article/201105/13858017After David was settled in his palace, he said to Nathan the prophet, "Here I am, living in a palace of cedar, while the ark of the covenant of the Lord is under a tent." 2Nathan replied to David, "Whatever you have in mind, do it, for God is with you." 3That night the word of God came to Nathan, saying: 4"Go and tell my servant David, 'This is what the Lord says: You are not the one to build me a house to dwell in. 5I have not dwelt in a house from the day I brought Israel up out of Egypt to this day. I have moved from one tent site to another, from one dwelling place to another. 6Wherever I have moved with all the Israelites, did I ever say to any of their leaders whom I commanded to shepherd my people, "Why have you not built me a house of cedar?" ' 7"Now then, tell my servant David, 'This is what the Lord Almighty says: I took you from the pasture and from following the flock, to be ruler over my people Israel. 8I have been with you wherever you have gone, and I have cut off all your enemies from before you. Now I will make your name like the names of the greatest men of the earth. 9And I will provide a place for my people Israel and will plant them so that they can have a home of their own and no longer be disturbed. Wicked people will not oppress them anymore, as they did at the beginning 10and have done ever since the time I appointed leaders over my people Israel. I will also subdue all your enemies. " 'I declare to you that the Lord will build a house for you: 11When your days are over and you go to be with your fathers, I will raise up your offspring to succeed you, one of your own sons, and I will establish his kingdom. 12He is the one who will build a house for me, and I will establish his throne forever. 13I will be his father, and he will be my son. I will never take my love away from him, as I took it away from your predecessor. 14I will set him over my house and my kingdom forever; his throne will be established forever.' " 15Nathan reported to David all the words of this entire revelation. 16Then King David went in and sat before the Lord , and he said: "Who am I, O Lord God, and what is my family, that you have brought me this far? 17And as if this were not enough in your sight, O God, you have spoken about the future of the house of your servant. You have looked on me as though I were the most exalted of men, O Lord God. 18"What more can David say to you for honoring your servant? For you know your servant, 19O Lord . For the sake of your servant and according to your will, you have done this great thing and made known all these great promises. 20"There is no one like you, O Lord , and there is no God but you, as we have heard with our own ears. 21And who is like your people Israel-the one nation on earth whose God went out to redeem a people for himself, and to make a name for yourself, and to perform great and awesome wonders by driving out nations from before your people, whom you redeemed from Egypt? 22You made your people Israel your very own forever, and you, O Lord , have become their God. 23"And now, Lord , let the promise you have made concerning your servant and his house be established forever. Do as you promised, 24so that it will be established and that your name will be great forever. Then men will say, 'The Lord Almighty, the God over Israel, is Israel's God!' And the house of your servant David will be established before you. 25"You, my God, have revealed to your servant that you will build a house for him. So your servant has found courage to pray to you. 26O Lord , you are God! You have promised these good things to your servant. 27Now you have been pleased to bless the house of your servant, that it may continue forever in your sight; for you, O Lord , have blessed it, and it will be blessed forever." Article/200812/58082A Republican US senator, Lance Dreyer, held a press conference yesterday. He thanked the media for showing up, and then protested that he was not gay and had never been gay. He said he had never been involved in any way with a man. He said that he had hired a lawyer to help him defend his good name. Furthermore, Dreyer said, he had no plans of resigning. Then, instead of allowing the two dozen media members, including TV and radio reporters, to ask questions, he simply got in his car and left. His remarks made headlines on all the local and national TV shows.In June, Dreyer had been arrested in an airport rest room by a plain-clothes detective. Because of complaints from the public that gay men had been having sex in the rest room, the city’s vice squad went into action. The detective, Thad Grey, would sit in a stall and wait for men to suggest having sex with him.Dreyer entered the rest room and sat in the stall just to the left of the detective. Dreyer’s right foot edged closer and closer to Grey’s stall. When his foot was under the divider, he started tapping his foot. Tap-tap-tap. Tap. Tap-tap-tap. Grey repeated the seven taps in the same pattern. Then Dreyer tapped with his knuckle on the dividing wall. Tap-tap. Tap-tap. Grey repeated the signal. Then Dreyer put his right hand under the dividing wall and gave the thumbs-up signal. Grey gave the same signal back, and then walked into Dreyer’s stall and arrested him for soliciting sex in a public facility.Dreyer pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of “disorderly conduct.” He denied that his actions were signals for sex. He said that he was merely signaling that he had no toilet paper in his stall. Article/201104/133711

2 The directors of the Opera House2.歌剧院的经理们The Opera House was famous, and the directors of the Opera House were very important men.歌剧院很著名,而歌剧院的经理们也都是些非常显要的人物。It was the first week of work for the two new directors, Monsieur Ar mand Moncharmin and Monsieur Firmin Richard.这是两位新经理阿尔芒·蒙沙曼先生和菲尔曼·理查德先生上任的第一个星期。In the direc tors#39; office the next day,the two men talked about Joseph Bu quet.第二天,在经理办公室里,这两位先生谈起了约瑟夫·比凯的事。#39;It was an accident,#39; Monsieur Armand said angrily.#39;Or Buquet killed himself.#39;“这是个意外事故,”阿尔芒先生气愤地说,“要不然比凯就是自杀的。”#39;An accident?…Killed himself?#39; Monsieur Firmin said.#39;Which story do you want,my friend? Or do you want the sto ry of the ghost?#39;“意外事故?……自杀?”菲尔曼先生说,“你想要听一类故事,我的朋友?或者说你想听一个关于幽灵的故事?”#39;Don#39;t talk to me about ghosts!#39;Monsieur Armand said.#39;“不要跟我谈关于幽灵的事!”阿尔芒先生说,We have 1,500 people working for us in this Opera House,and everybody is talking about the ghost. They#39;re all mad! I don#39;t want to hear about the ghost, OK?#39;“这个歌剧院里有1,500人在为我们工作,而每个人都在谈论关于幽灵的事。他们都疯了!我不想听到关于幽灵的事,行不行?”Monsieur Firmin looked at a letter on the table next to him.And what are we going to do about this letter,Armand?#39;菲尔曼先生看着他临近的桌子上一封给他的信。“那对于这封信我们该做些什么,阿尔芒?”#39;Do?#39; cried Monsieur Armand.#39;Why, do nothing, of course! What can we do?#39;The two men the letter again.It wasn#39;t very long.“做些什么?”阿尔芒先生叫道,“为什么,什么也不做,当然!我们又能做些什么呢?”两位先生又读了一遍这封信。信并不很长。To the new directors致新任经理们Because you are new in the Opera House,I am writing to tell you some important things.Never sell tickets for Box 5;that is my box for every opera night.因为你们是歌剧院的新任经理,所以我写信告诉你们一些重要的事情。不要出售5号包厢的票;那是我观看每一场晚场歌剧的包厢。Madame Giry, the door keeper, knows all about it. Also,I need money for my work in the Opera House.吉丽夫人,那位看门人,知道这一切。除此之外,我还需要在歌剧院工作的钱。I am not expensive,and I am happy to take only20,000 francs a month. That is all. But please remem ber, I can be a good friend, but a bad enemy.我要价并不高,一个月拿两万法郎我就感到满足了。就这些。但是请记住,我会是一个好朋友,也会是一个死对头。#39;Don#39;t sell tickets for Box 5! 20,000 francs a month!#39;Monsieur Armand was very angry again.“不要出售5号包厢的票!两万法郎一个月!”阿尔芒先生又来气了,#39;That#39;s the best box in the Opera House, and we need the money, Firmin! And who is this O.G,eh?Tell me that!#39;“那是歌剧院最好的包厢,而且我们需要钱,菲尔曼!谁是这个O.G.啊?告诉我!”#39;Opera Ghost,of course,#39;Monsieur tirmin said.#39;But you#39;re right, Armand. We can do nothing about this letter.“自然是歌剧院的幽灵,”菲尔曼先生说,“但你是对的,阿尔芒。我绝对不能按照信上说的那么做。It#39;s a joke, a bad joke. Somebody thinks we are fools, because we are new here.There are no ghosts in the Opera House!#39;这是一个玩笑,一个恶毒的玩笑。一些人认为我们是傻瓜,因为我们是新来的。歌剧院里根本就没有幽灵!”The two men then talked about the opera for that night. It was Faust,and usually La Carlotta sang Margarita.然后这两位先生就谈论起当晚的歌剧来。当晚的歌剧是《浮士德》,通常由拉·卡洛塔演唱玛格丽塔。La Carlotta was Spanish,and the best singer in Paris.But today,La Carlot ta was ill.拉·卡洛塔是西班牙人,是巴黎最好的歌唱家。但是今天,拉·卡洛塔却病了。#39;Everybody in Paris is going to be at the opera tonight,#39;said Monsieur Armand,#39;and cur best singer is ill.“今晚巴黎的每个人都会到歌剧院来,”阿尔芒先生说,“而我们最好的歌唱家却病了。Suddenly! She writes a letter to us just this morning-she is ill, she cannot sing tonight!#39;她今天上午方才突然写信给我们——她病了,她今晚不能演唱了!”#39;Don#39;t get angry again, Armand,#39; Monsieur Firmin said quickly.“不要再生气了,阿尔芒,”菲尔曼先生急忙说,#39;We have Christine Daa, that young singer from Nor way.She can sing Margarita tonight.She has a good voice.#39;“我们有克丽斯廷·达埃,那个年轻的挪威歌唱家。她今晚可以演唱玛格丽塔那个角色。她有一副好嗓子。”#39;But she#39;s so young, and nobody knows her!Nobody wants to listen to a new singer.#39;“但是她太年轻了,而且没有人知道她!没有人想听一位新歌唱家的演唱。”#39;Wait and see.Perhaps Daaé can sing better than La Carlot ta.Who knows?#39;“等着瞧吧。也许达埃还会比拉·卡洛塔唱得更好。谁知道呢?” Article/201204/176653

Because it won't decriminalize drugs, the US government allows drug dealers to make billions of dollars annually. The government continues to pursue and arrest millions of marijuana and cocaine users every year. The government says that marijuana and cocaine are so dangerous and addictive that they must remain illegal. However, it has long legalized alcohol and tobacco, two products which kill hundreds of thousands of Americans annually. Meanwhile, because millions of Americans continue to use marijuana and cocaine daily, their purchases are making drug dealers filthy rich.How rich are they? Local police recently stumbled upon two privately owned submarines, containing 500 pounds of cocaine, in a harbor in Colombia. Colombia supplies 90 percent of America’s cocaine. The submarines can carry five tons of drugs to Mexico, where the cargo travels by truck into the US. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) officials believe that the Colombian drug lords possess about 20 of these 55-foot subs. However, they are confident they will find all of them.Reportedly, drug lords have also purchased a Russian cannon that can fire a 2-ton shell 500 miles. The cannon, now hidden in Mexico, will be used to fire 2-ton packages of cocaine, marijuana, and other drugs into southeast New Mexico, where drug lords have secretly bought thousands of acres of desert land. The packages will land in the desert, undetected by US radar. Once they land safely among the cactuses and scorpions, the packages will be stored underground. The drug lords are building a huge complex of tunnels and storage space under the New Mexico desert. The tunnels will connect to truck routes for transporting drugs to major cities. A DEA official said that even if the cannon and tunnels exist, it just proves that DEA is winning the war on drugs. Article/201105/138084It was not till the afternoon, when he had joined them at tea, that Elizabeth ventured to introduce the subject; and then, on her briefly expressing her sorrow for what he must have endured, he replied, ;Say nothing of that. Who should suffer but myself? It has been my own doing, and I ought to feel it. ;一直到下午,他跟她们一块儿喝茶的时候,伊丽莎白才大胆地谈到这件事。她先简单地说到他这次一定吃了不少的苦,这使她很难过,他却回答道:“别说这种话吧。除了我自己之外,还有谁该受罪呢?我自己做的事应该自己承担。”;You must not be too severe upon yourself, ; replied Elizabeth.伊丽莎白劝慰他说:“你千万不要过分埋怨自己。”;You may well warn me against such an evil. Human nature is so prone to fall into it! No, Lizzy, let me once in my life feel how much I have been to blame. I am not afraid of being overpowered by the impression. It will pass away soon enough. ;“你劝我也是白劝。人的本性就是会自怨自艾!不丽萃,我一辈子也不曾自怨自艾过,这次也让我尝尝这种滋味吧。我不怕忧郁成病。这种事一下子就会过去的。”;Do you suppose them to be in London?;“你以为他们会在伦敦吗?”;Yes; where else can they be so well concealed?;“是的,还有什么别的地方能让他们藏得这样好呢?”;And Lydia used to want to go to London, ; added Kitty.吉蒂又在一旁补说了一句:“而且丽迪雅老是想要到伦敦去。”;She is happy then, ; said her father drily; ;and her residence there will probably be of some duration. ;父亲冷冷地说:“那么,她可得意啦,她也许要在那儿住一阵子呢。”Then after a short silence he continued:沉默了片刻以后,他又接下去说:;Lizzy, I bear you no ill-will for being justified in your advice to me last May, which, considering the event, shows some greatness of mind. ;“丽萃,五月间你劝我的那些话的确没有劝错,我决不怪你,从目前这件事看来,你的确有见识。” They were interrupted by Miss Bennet, who came to fetch her mother#39;s tea.班纳特送茶进来给她母亲,打断了他们的谈话。;This is a parade, ; he cried, ;which does one good; it gives such an elegance to misfortune! Another day I will do the same; I will sit in my library, in my nightcap and powdering gown, and give as much trouble as I can; or, perhaps, I may defer it till Kitty runs away. ;班纳特先生大声叫道:“这真所谓享福,舒极了;居然倒霉也不忘风雅!哪一天我也要来学你的样子,坐在书房里,头戴睡帽,身穿寝衣,尽量找人麻烦;要不就等到吉蒂私奔了以后再说。”;I am not going to run away, papa, ; said Kitty fretfully. ;If I should ever go to Brighton, I would behave better than Lydia. ;吉蒂气恼地说:“我不会私奔的,爸爸,要是我上白利屯去,我一定比丽迪雅规矩。”;YOU go to Brighton. I would not trust you so near it as Eastbourne for fifty pounds! No, Kitty, I have at last learnt to be cautious, and you will feel the effects of it. No officer is ever to enter into my house again, nor even to pass through the village. Balls will be absolutely prohibited, unless you stand up with one of your sisters. And you are never to stir out of doors till you can prove that you have spent ten minutes of every day in a rational manner. ;“你上白利屯去!你即使要到东浪搏恩那么近的地方去,叫我跟人家打五十镑的赌,我也不敢!不吉蒂,我至少已经学会了小心,我一定要让你看看我的厉害。今后随便哪个军官都不许上我的门,甚至不许从我们村里经过。绝对不许你们去参加跳舞会,除非你们之间自己跳跳;也不许你走出家门一步,除非你在家里每天至少有十分钟规规矩矩,象个人样。”Kitty, who took all these threats in a serious light, began to cry.吉蒂把这些威吓的话看得很认真,不由得哭了起来。;Well, well, ; said he, ;do not make yourself unhappy. If you are a good girl for the next ten years, I will take you to a review at the end of them. ;班纳特先生连忙说道:“得啦,得啦,别伤心吧。假使你从今天起,能做上十年好姑娘,那么等到十年满期的时候,我一定带你去看阅兵典礼。” Article/201204/180105Rachel Carson, 1907-1964: Her Books Helped Launch the Environmental Protection Movement in the U.S.Her book, "Silent Spring," led the U.S. to ban DDT. ANNOUNCER: People America, a program in Special English on the Voice of America. Today, Steve Ember and Rich Kleinfeldt tell about scientist Rachel Carson. Her work started the environmental protection movement in the ed States. (MUSIC)VOICE ONE: Rachel Carson Rachel Carson was born on May twenty-seventh, nineteen-oh-seven in Springdale, Pennsylvania. Rachel's father, Robert Carson, was a salesman who invested in local land. He purchased twenty-six hectares of land to make a home for his family. The area was surrounded by fields, trees and streams. The Carson family enjoyed living in the beautiful, country environment.Rachel's mother, Maria Carson, had been a schoolteacher. She loved books. She also loved nature. Rachel was the youngest of three children. Her sister and brother were aly in school when she was born. So Missus Carson was able to spend a lot of time with Rachel. She showed Rachel the beauty of nature. She also taught Rachel a deep love for books. Missus Carson became the most important influence on Rachel's life.VOICE TWO:Rachel was a quiet child. She liked to and to write poems and stories. She was very intelligent. At a very early age she decided she wanted to be a writer someday. Her first published story appeared in a children's magazine when she was ten years old. Rachel went to the Pennsylvania College for Women. She studied English because she wanted to become a professional writer. Yet, she felt she did not have the imagination to write creative stories. She changed her area of study from English to science after she took a biology course that she liked. Her professors advised her not to study science. They said there was no future for a woman in science.VOICE ONE:In nineteen twenty-nine, Rachel graduated from college with high honors. She won a financial award to study at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. In nineteen thirty-two, she earned a master's degree in zoology, the scientific study of animals. She taught zoology at the University of Maryland for a few years. During the summers, she studied the ocean and its life forms at the Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory in Massachusetts. That is when she became interested in the mysteries of the sea.(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:Rachel's life changed greatly in the middle nineteen thirties. Her father died suddenly in nineteen thirty-five. He left very little financial support for Rachel's mother. It was during the economic decline in the ed States called the Great Depression. Rachel now had to support her mother and herself. She needed more money than her teaching job could provide. She began part-time work for a federal government agency, the Bureau of Fisheries in Washington, D.C. One year later, Rachel's sister died. Her sister was the mother of two young girls. Rachel and her mother cared for the girls. Rachel now had to support her mother, two nieces and herself. Again, she needed a job with better pay.VOICE ONE:A full time job for a biologist opened at the ed States Bureau of Fisheries. Rachel Carson was the only woman to try for the position. She had the highest score of all the people competing for the job. Miz Carson got the position in August, nineteen thirty-six. She was chosen to work in the office of the chief of the biology division.Her first job was to write a series of programs called "Romance Under the Waters." The series was broadcast on radio for a year. She continued to write and edit publications for the Bureau of Fisheries for many years. The bureau was happy to have a scientist who was also an excellent writer. Rachel Carson provided information to the public in interesting and understandable ways.VOICE TWO:In nineteen forty, the ed States Bureau of Fisheries and the Biological Survey joined to become the Fish and Wildlife Service. Miz Carson continued as one of the few women employed there as a scientist. The other women worked as office assistants.While she was working for the government, Miz Carson wrote at night and on weekends. In nineteen thirty-seven she wrote a report about sea life. It was called Undersea. It appeared in the magazine, Atlantic Monthly. An editor at a publishing house encouraged her to write a book about the sea for the general public. So she did. Her first book, "Under the Sea Wind," was published in nineteen forty-one. VOICE ONE:In nineteen forty-eight, Miz Carson began working on another book, "The Sea Around Us." It became her first best-selling book.Rachel Carson always researched carefully when she wrote. She gathered information from more than one thousand places to write "The Sea Around Us." She also wrote letters to experts all over the world."The Sea Around Us" was published in nineteen fifty-one. It was number one on the best-seller list for more than a year. It won the National Book Award. "The Sea Around Us" made Rachel Carson famous. The money the book earned eased her financial responsibilities for the first time in years.In nineteen fifty-two, Miz Carson was able to leave her job at the Fish and Wildlife Service and spend her time writing. Miz Carson moved to a home on the coast of Maine. There she studied the ecology of the sea. Her next book, "The Edge of the Sea," was published in nineteen fifty-five. It told of the connection of all living creatures in areas where land and ocean meet.(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:Rachel Carson's most famous book, "Silent Spring" was published in nineteen sixty-two. The idea for the book developed from a suggestion from a friend. Rachel's friend owned a protected area for birds. An airplane had flown over the area where the birds were kept and sp a powerful chemical called DDT. It was part of a project to control mosquitoes. Many songbirds and harmless insects were killed by the DDT. Miz Carson and other scientists were very concerned about the harmful effects of DDT and other insect-killing chemicals called pesticides. After World War Two, these poisonous chemicals were widely used to control insects. Pesticides were sprayed almost everywhere including agricultural fields and communities. DDT and other pesticides had become popular with the public and the government because they were so effective. Manufacturing these chemicals had become a huge industry.VOICE ONE:Rachel Carson tried to get many magazines interested in publishing a report about the subject. However, none would agree to publish anything about such a disputed subject. They said no one wanted to hear that industrial companies could cause great ecological damage.Miz Carson believed the public needed to know about this important issue. She decided to write a book about it. She collected facts from experts from all over the world. She gathered studies that showed the harmful effects of DDT, including declining bird populations and increased human cancers.In her book "Silent Spring," Miz Carson questioned the right of industrial companies to pollute without considering the effects on the environment. Miz Carson argued that this kind of pollution would result in ever-decreasing populations of birds and other wildlife. She said this would lead to the loss of the wonderful sounds of nature. The chemical poisoning of the environment, she said, would cause a silent spring.VOICE TWO:The chemical industry felt threatened. Industry spokesmen and other critics said the book was non-scientific and emotional. They misunderstood the message of the book. Miz Carson did not suggest that all pesticides be banned. She urged that control of these substances be given to biologists who could make informed decisions about the risks involved.Support for the book increased. By the end of nineteen sixty-two, there were more than forty bills in state legislatures proposing to control pesticides. Finally, in November, nineteen sixty-nine, the ed States government ruled that the use of DDT must stop in two years.Rachel Carson did not live to see how her book influenced the government's decision to ban DDT. She died of breast cancer in nineteen sixty-four. She was fifty-six years old.VOICE ONE:Two memorials honor Rachel Carson. One is the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge in Maine. The other is the Rachel Carson Homestead in Springdale, Pennsylvania, the home she lived in when she was a child. Education programs are offered there that teach children and adults about her environmental values. Rachel Carson's voice is alive in her writings that express the wonder and beauty of the natural world. And her worldwide influence continues through the activities of the environmental protection movement she started.(MUSIC)ANNOUNCER: This Special English program was written by Lawan Davis. It was produced by Paul Thompson. Your announcers were Steve Ember and Rich Kleinfeldt. I'm Faith Lapidus. Join us again next week for another People in America program on the Voice of America. Article/200803/32047

18After a long time, in the third year, the word of the Lord came to Elijah: "Go and present yourself to Ahab, and I will send rain on the land." 2So Elijah went to present himself to Ahab. Now the famine was severe in Samaria, 3and Ahab had summoned Obadiah, who was in charge of his palace. (Obadiah was a devout believer in the Lord . 4While Jezebel was killing off the Lord 's prophets, Obadiah had taken a hundred prophets and hidden them in two caves, fifty in each, and had supplied them with food and water.) 5Ahab had said to Obadiah, "Go through the land to all the springs and valleys. Maybe we can find some grass to keep the horses and mules alive so we will not have to kill any of our animals." 6So they divided the land they were to cover, Ahab going in one direction and Obadiah in another. 7As Obadiah was walking along, Elijah met him. Obadiah recognized him, bowed down to the ground, and said, "Is it really you, my lord Elijah?" 8"Yes," he replied. "Go tell your master, 'Elijah is here.' " 9"What have I done wrong," asked Obadiah, "that you are handing your servant over to Ahab to be put to death? 10As surely as the Lord your God lives, there is not a nation or kingdom where my master has not sent someone to look for you. And whenever a nation or kingdom claimed you were not there, he made them swear they could not find you. 11But now you tell me to go to my master and say, 'Elijah is here.' 12I don't know where the Spirit of the Lord may carry you when I leave you. If I go and tell Ahab and he doesn't find you, he will kill me. Yet I your servant have worshiped the Lord since my youth. 13Haven't you heard, my lord, what I did while Jezebel was killing the prophets of the Lord ? I hid a hundred of the Lord 's prophets in two caves, fifty in each, and supplied them with food and water. 14And now you tell me to go to my master and say, 'Elijah is here.' He will kill me!" 15Elijah said, "As the Lord Almighty lives, whom I serve, I will surely present myself to Ahab today." 16So Obadiah went to meet Ahab and told him, and Ahab went to meet Elijah. 17When he saw Elijah, he said to him, "Is that you, you troubler of Israel?" 18"I have not made trouble for Israel," Elijah replied. "But you and your father's family have. You have abandoned the Lord 's commands and have followed the Baals. 19Now summon the people from all over Israel to meet me on Mount Carmel. And bring the four hundred and fifty prophets of Baal and the four hundred prophets of Asherah, who eat at Jezebel's table." 20So Ahab sent word throughout all Israel and assembled the prophets on Mount Carmel. 21Elijah went before the people and said, "How long will you waver between two opinions? If the Lord is God, follow him; but if Baal is God, follow him." But the people said nothing. 22Then Elijah said to them, "I am the only one of the Lord 's prophets left, but Baal has four hundred and fifty prophets. 23Get two bulls for us. Let them choose one for themselves, and let them cut it into pieces and put it on the wood but not set fire to it. I will prepare the other bull and put it on the wood but not set fire to it. 24Then you call on the name of your god, and I will call on the name of the Lord . The god who answers by fire-he is God." Then all the people said, "What you say is good." 25Elijah said to the prophets of Baal, "Choose one of the bulls and prepare it first, since there are so many of you. Call on the name of your god, but do not light the fire." 26So they took the bull given them and prepared it. Then they called on the name of Baal from morning till noon. "O Baal, answer us!" they shouted. But there was no response; no one answered. And they danced around the altar they had made. 27At noon Elijah began to taunt them. "Shout louder!" he said. "Surely he is a god! Perhaps he is deep in thought, or busy, or traveling. Maybe he is sleeping and must be awakened." 28So they shouted louder and slashed themselves with swords and spears, as was their custom, until their blood flowed. 29Midday passed, and they continued their frantic prophesying until the time for the evening sacrifice. But there was no response, no one answered, no one paid attention. 30Then Elijah said to all the people, "Come here to me." They came to him, and he repaired the altar of the Lord , which was in ruins. 31Elijah took twelve stones, one for each of the tribes descended from Jacob, to whom the word of the Lord had come, saying, "Your name shall be Israel." 32With the stones he built an altar in the name of the Lord , and he dug a trench around it large enough to hold two seahs of seed. 33He arranged the wood, cut the bull into pieces and laid it on the wood. Then he said to them, "Fill four large jars with water and pour it on the offering and on the wood." 34"Do it again," he said, and they did it again. "Do it a third time," he ordered, and they did it the third time. 35The water ran down around the altar and even filled the trench. 36At the time of sacrifice, the prophet Elijah stepped forward and prayed: "O Lord , God of Abraham, Isaac and Israel, let it be known today that you are God in Israel and that I am your servant and have done all these things at your command. 37Answer me, O Lord , answer me, so these people will know that you, O Lord , are God, and that you are turning their hearts back again." 38Then the fire of the Lord fell and burned up the sacrifice, the wood, the stones and the soil, and also licked up the water in the trench. 39When all the people saw this, they fell prostrate and cried, "The Lord -he is God! The Lord -he is God!" 40Then Elijah commanded them, "Seize the prophets of Baal. Don't let anyone get away!" They seized them, and Elijah had them brought down to the Kishon Valley and slaughtered there. 41And Elijah said to Ahab, "Go, eat and drink, for there is the sound of a heavy rain." 42So Ahab went off to eat and drink, but Elijah climbed to the top of Carmel, bent down to the ground and put his face between his knees. 43"Go and look toward the sea," he told his servant. And he went up and looked. "There is nothing there," he said. Seven times Elijah said, "Go back." 44The seventh time the servant reported, "A cloud as small as a man's hand is rising from the sea." So Elijah said, "Go and tell Ahab, 'Hitch up your chariot and go down before the rain stops you.' " 45Meanwhile, the sky grew black with clouds, the wind rose, a heavy rain came on and Ahab rode off to Jezreel. 46The power of the Lord came upon Elijah and, tucking his cloak into his belt, he ran ahead of Ahab all the way to Jezreel. Article/200809/48616There are aliens out there, somewhere. I strongly believe this. Not sure what they look like, though. I really doubt they are green, like they are in science fiction movies. I also don’t think they look like us. But I’m sure they exist. I just don’t think we’ll ever see any or find any. They live too far away. If you think about it logically, there has to be aliens out there. All a planet needs is to be warm and have water and life will exist. There are billions and billions of planets in the universe, so there are probably millions and millions that have life. Alien life. It’s also likely that some of the aliens are much more intelligent than we are. I wonder what we’d do if really intelligent aliens visited Earth. What would we ask them? Article/201103/129944“我可以告诉你们我的故事——从今天早晨开始,”爱丽丝有点胆怯地说,“咱们不必从昨天开始,因为从那以后,我已经变成另一个人啦。” `I mean what I say,' the Mock Turtle replied in an offended tone. And the Gryphon added `Come, let's hear some of YOUR adventures.' `I could tell you my adventures--beginning from this morning,' said Alice a little timidly: `but it's no use going back to yesterday, because I was a different person then.' `Explain all that,' said the Mock Turtle. `No, no! The adventures first,' said the Gryphon in an impatient tone: `explanations take such a dful time.' So Alice began telling them her adventures from the time when she first saw the White Rabbit. She was a little nervous about it just at first, the two creatures got so close to her, one on each side, and opened their eyes and mouths so VERY wide, but she gained courage as she went on. Her listeners were perfectly quiet till she got to the part about her repeating `YOU ARE OLD, FATHER WILLIAM,' to the Caterpillar, and the words all coming different, and then the Mock Turtle drew a long breath, and said `That's very curious.' `It's all about as curious as it can be,' said the Gryphon. Article/201104/131245

Elizabeth felt herself growing more angry every moment; yet she tried to the utmost to speak withcomposurewhen she said:伊丽莎白愈来愈忿怒,然而她还是尽量平心静气地说出了下面这段话:;You are mistaken, Mr. Darcy, if you suppose that the mode of your declaration affected me in any other way, than as it spared the concern which I might have felt in refusing you, had you behaved in a more gentlemanlike manner. ;“达西先生,倘若你有礼貌一些,我拒绝了你以后,也许会觉得过意不去,除此以外,倘若你以为这样向我表白一下,会在我身上起别的作用,那你可想错了。”She saw him start at this, but he said nothing, and she continued:他听到这番话,吃了一惊,可是没有说什么,于是她又接着说下去:;You could not have made the offer of your hand in any possible way that would have tempted me to accept it. ;“你用尽一切办法,也不能打动我的心,叫我接受你的求婚。”Again hisastonishmentwas obvious; and he looked at her with an expression of mingled incredulity and mortification. She went on:他又显出很惊讶的样子,他带着痛苦和诧异的神气望着她。她继续说下去:;From the very beginning—from the first moment, I may almost say—of my acquaintance with you, your manners, impressing me with the fullest belief of your arrogance, your conceit, and your selfish disdain of the feelings of others, were such as to form the groundwork ofdisapprobationon which succeeding events have built so immovable a dislike; and I had not known you a month before I felt that you were the last man in the world whom I could ever be prevailed on to marry. ;“从开头认识你的时候起,几乎可以说,从认识你的那一刹那起,你的举止行动,就使我觉得你十足狂妄自大、自私自利、看不起别人,我对你不满的原因就在这里,以后又有了许许多多事情,使我对你深恶痛绝;我还没有认识你一个月,就觉得象你这样一个人,哪怕天下男人都死光了,我也不愿意嫁给你。”;You have said quite enough, madam. I perfectlycomprehendyour feelings, and have now only to be ashamed of what my own have been. Forgive me for having taken up so much of your time, and accept my best wishes for your health and happiness. ; “你说得够了,,我完全理解你的心情,现在我只有对我自己那些顾虑感到羞耻。请原谅我耽搁了你这么多时间,请允许我极其诚恳地祝你健康和幸福。”And with these words he hastily left the room, and Elizabeth heard him the next moment open the front door and quit the house. The tumult of her mind, was now painfully great. She knew not how to support herself, and from actual weakness sat down and cried for half-an-hour. Her astonishment, as she reflected on what had passed, was increased by every review of it. That she should receive an offer of marriage from Mr. Darcy! That he should have been in love with her for so many months! So much in love as to wish to marry her in spite of all the objections which had made him prevent his friend#39;s marrying her sister, and which must appear at least with equal force in his own case—was almost incredible! It wasgratifyingto have inspired unconsciously so strong an affection. But his pride, his abominable pride—his shamelessavowalof what he had done with respect to Jane--his unpardonable assurance in acknowledging, though he could not justify it, and the unfeeling manner in which he had mentioned Mr. Wickham, his cruelty towards whom he had not attempted to deny, soon overcame the pity which the consideration of his attachment had for a moment excited.他说了这几句话,便匆匆走出房间。隔了一忽儿,伊丽莎白就听到他打开大门走了。她心里纷乱无比。她不知道如何撑住自己,她非常软弱无力,便坐在那儿哭了半个钟头。她回想到刚才的一幕,越想越觉得奇怪。达西先生竟会向她求婚,他竟会爱上她好几个月了!竟会那样地爱她,要和她结婚,不管她有多少缺点,何况她自己的正是由于这些缺点而受到他的阻挠,不能跟他朋友结婚,何况这些缺点对他至少具有同样的影响……这真是一件不可思议的事!一个人能在不知不觉中得别人这样热烈的爱慕,也足够自慰了。可是他的傲慢,他那可恶的傲慢,他居然恬不知耻地招认他自己是怎样破坏了吉英的好事,他招认的时候虽然并不能自圆其说,可是叫人难以原谅的是他那种自以为是的神气,还有他提到韦翰先生时那种无动于中的态度,他一点儿也不打算否认对待韦翰的残酷……一想到这些事,纵使她一时之间也曾因为体谅到他一番恋情而触动了怜悯的心肠,这时候连丝毫的怜悯也完全给抵消了。She continued in very agitated reflections till the sound of Lady Catherine#39;s carriage made her feel how unequal she was to encounter Charlotte#39;s observation, and hurried her away to her room.她这样回肠百转地左思右想,直到后来听得咖苔琳夫人的马车声,她才感觉到自己这副模样儿见不得夏绿蒂,便匆匆回到自己房里去。 Article/201111/161325I’m really into motor racing. Especially Formula One. It really is one of the most glamorous and exciting sports. Of course, it’s one of the fastest. I’m amazed by the speed of the cars and how skillful the drivers are. I’d love to drive a Formula One car to see how fast they go. People say Formula One is a man’s sport. It isn’t. I know lots of women who love it. One day, there’ll be a female world champion. You wait. I got into Formula One years ago. I loved the names of all the drivers. I watched a few Grands Prix on TV and then I was hooked. I never miss a race on TV. One day, I’d really like to go to a circuit and watch a Grand Prix live. I guess Monaco would be best – they drive through the streets there. Article/201104/133252

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