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Brown-headed cowbirds are robin-sized black birds whose range covers most of North America. From a people’s point of view cowbirds are what we might call deadbeat parents. Cowbirds lay their eggs in the nests of other bird species, and the cowbird nestlings are raised by the foster parents. Since the cowbirds spend their formative months with birds of an entirely different species which has separate habits, songs, etc., “How does a cowbird know it’s a cowbird?” A good question, since singing the right songs and making the right moves are essential to establishing territory and attracting mates, it’s vital that one do these things right. One would think that the cowbird’s behavior would be “hardwired”, that it would just know what it is. But work done by Meredith West and her colleagues has shown that this is not the case.【生词注释】cowbird n.北美产的燕八哥robin-sized 知更鸟般大小的deadbeat a.游手好闲的formative a.影响发展的territory n.领地hardwired adj.天生的棕头色的燕八哥是知更鸟般大小的黑鸟,它便不再北美的大部分地区。在人们看来,燕八哥是游手好闲的父母。它将蛋缠在其他鸟类的我中,幼鸟是由其他鸟类养育的。因为燕八哥在发育阶段是和完全不同种类的鸟在一起生活,那些鸟的习惯和叫声都不一样。“燕八哥如何知道那是燕八哥吗?问得好,因为适当的叫声和合适的动作对于建立领地和吸引配偶来说都是基本的。燕八哥能正确地做这些事很重要。人们可能认为燕八哥的行为是“天生的”, 燕八哥天生就知道该如何做。但是Meredith West和同事的研究表明事实并不是这样。 201110/156432Top TV stars over 40 Showbiz Tonight's Brooke Anderson and More Magazine name the top women on TV who make over 40 look fabulous. The CNN contact is sponsored by the Dow chemical company, finding the bond between the chemistry and human. Hi there, I'm Brooke Anderson and welcome to the Showbiz Tonight podcast. Now this is where we go inside Hollywood's biggest story. By now is the Showbiz's special event over 40 and fabulous. Showbiz Tonight has teamed up with More Magazine to name the top-10 women on television who are making over 40 look fabulous. Stars like Felicity Huffman, Sally Field and Brooke Shields are taking Hollywood by storm and making all those stereotypes about aging disappear in the air. Here's your excusive look at some of the top-10 women in TV who make over 40 look fabulous. In Hollywood, the women of TV are really proving the age is just a number. How are you being here my husband's graveside, that's in position. It's true, Showbiz Tonight can tell you women over 40 are now dominating TV. From 61-year-old Sally Field on A's 'Brothers and Sisters'. You are sharing a toco with your daughter I can lead the way. To 43-year-old lipstick jungle star Brooke Shields. I don't know, I'm just over-clastic. Today I dropped tailor off in the kindergarten class, and taken in first grade. These women are proving you certainly can have it all, even if they are over 40. And Showbiz Tonight is teaming up with More Magazine to name the top-10 women on TV who make over 40 look fabulous. If you are over 40, you are having shows actually crafted for you. Lesley Jane Seymour, who's the editor-in-chief of More Magazine tells Showbiz Tonight her ers are cheering over the fabulous over 40 set. Let's face it, you know, at a certain point in your life, you are not even able to get to the movies all the time. We are all incredibly dizzy, TV's a lot easier to deal with. And it's wonderful to check in on a weekly basis, and not have to wait, you know, 6 months through a year to see the people you really relate to. And women are relating to one of Showbiz Tonight and More Magazine's top-10 pitch, Brooke Shields. Showbiz Tonight broke the news to broadcast the season premiere party for lipstick jungle, and Brooke tells us she is excited. I'm just honored to even be, still be around. You know I think I, I feel I can finally believe it or not, coming into my own, physically and emotionally. And it's taken a while but I'm thankful for the honor. Shields through been in the business since she was just a baby is now juggling two babies and a successful TV career. And her lipstick jungle co-star Kim Raver tells Showbiz Tonight Brooke is just fabulous. She is incredibly intelligent, she is so funny, she is one of the most generous women I know. 70-year-old legendary actress Mary Tyler Moore tells Showbiz Tonight she's been a fan of Brooke for years. She is so good, She makes her comedy so real, she is down the earth. She is balancing everything in her home life and doing these acting things on TV, so it really hits some. And Brooke has plenty of companies, also smashing right rule the ridiculous aging stereotype in Hollywood is Emmy award winning actress Sally Field who is 61 and also on the Showbiz Tonight and More Magazine's top-10 list of women on TV making over 40 look fabulous. I would say that Sally Field definitely must have some painting that's aging somewhere in her house, because it is not showing up from her face. And another face proving older is better. 43-year-old Kyra Sedgwick who plays deputy Police Chief Brenda Johnson in the Closer. Useless crap and no more could pardon you. Here are knows a thing or two about steen power. She turns in practically an Oscar award performance every single time, and more so than that, she is too pat us. The nap ! XXX, how are you doing? 45-year-old Felicity Huffman is doing just fine, thank you. And also makes the Showbiz Tonight and More Magazine's top-10 list playing the hurried housewife Lynette Scavo on Desperate Housewives. What's up? You look good. Felicity Huffman is amazing because, you know, she is the the typical frazzled housewife. And Huffman who was featured on the cover of More September issue is honored about her real life juggles as a mom with two kids. In her real life, she will tell you that, you know, children are everything for her, she has a job and a career. A running theme for this fabulous over 40 sets. Even Oscar winning 50-year-old star Holly Hunter who became a first time mom to twins when she was 47, is proved that women over 40 can be that fabulous. Much fabulous north, have some women album. Hunter plays a smoking, bench-drinking, sexually charged Oklahoma City police detective, on her hit shows Saving Grace. Remember she must got you red, neck ass. And did we mention she can throw quite a punch. Remember Showbiz Tonight is TV's most provocative entertainment new show, you can always catch Showbiz Tonight on the 11, 11 PM Eastern and Pacific, and in the morning 11 AM Eastern. Thanks for watching the Showbiz Tonight podcast, I'm Brooke Anderson.200810/54332

And finally, the dumbest generation. And if you are watching this webcast, that apparently means you. At least that's a theory of a professor of English at Emory University who's written a book which basically argues that the Internet is making people stupid.I'm Mark Bauerlein, professor of English at Emory University. The book has a provocative title, it's the Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes Our Future.Recent years though, I have begun to look at youth culture, youth knowledge, youth academic achievements, and what has come up, more and more, is that things don't look good. Young people today enjoy more and more digital connections, more screen time than ever before and one of the effects of that is that they are steadily disengaging from the traditional contents ,eh, the liberal arts.One of the things we measured was how much people literature, and how much they books in general. And the first time we did the study was in 1982, and at that time, young people formed the most active ing group. When we did it again in 2002, they were the least active. Only about half of them ever a book on their own. If it's not assigned for school, if it's not assigned in the workplace, they simply don't care. The Internet is extraordinary, it is a miraculous tool for knowledge and information, but the fact is that is not what the Internet means to the average sixteen-year-old. What the Internet does is provide a more intense form of contact with other sixteen-year-olds.You know, I do often tell my students more books. Please, more books in your leisure time, unplug for just an hour or two per day. I urge them, and they, they generally just laugh at me. Some of them may feel that I come down on them too hard, but they know deep down that this is right.200812/59344

It's the adrenaline rush that draws these daredevils in. Their hearts bracing until the parachute opens--the lower the rock, the higher the risk. Twenty five are taken up the 350-meter mountain, and there is only one way down. Norway's coastline is formed of fjords, deep grooves cut into the land, flooded by the sea, following the end of the ice age. Some of the world's steepest slopes, many just sheer drops, make this perfect terrain for base jumpers. They’re jumping into the fjord next to Gudvangen. It takes years of practices as a sky diver before you can base jump. And at a location like this, only the most experienced base jumpers are allowed. Because of the low height of the jump, there is no backup parachute, so anything can happen.Yeah, I'm really happy with this jump, we all did a good job, especially Mallisa, but when we were hanging in the chute up in the valley, it was a bit windy, so we just have to land on the other fields, off on there or so, but Norway is still part of the game. For Germans C. and L., the best way to explore Norway is by road. They have hired a camper van, and they're getting to know the spectacular fjords and glaciers of Southwest Norway. They are on their way to Briskdal, a valley that lies in the heart of fjord region. It's home to some of Norway's most spectacular scenery and it's easily accessible, making it one of the most popular tourist spots in the country. Their guide O.F. is driving an old trod car, one of only 15 in existence. It can just about 5 kilometers per hour. The trails are heading to one of the most famous attractions in Norway, the massive glacier Briskdalbreen. Visitors can get a little wet along the way.课后题目: 学习完后,你能告诉我文章中空缺的单词吗?201109/154995

  在看今天的节目之前,Jessica想问一下大家,你们知道多少种水果的名称呢?我知道的反正不多,只能列出最常见的那些...但是在看了今天的节目之后,相信大家会有所收获的哟!07/77549

  Cisco slows down The company known as a bellwether for the technology sector beats analysts' expectations but warns of tough times ahead. Everyone looks to Cisco to get a gage how the technology sector is doing. But even mighty Cisco can’t predict the future. On the company’s recent earnings call, CEO John Chambers told investors that he doesn’t know how long this economic downturn will last, through or into 2010. He also said that while he is pretty confident the company is going to be able to avoid major layoffs. Should the economy continue to deteriorate, they may have to cut as much as 10 percent of the workforce. So he kind of left the door open to layoffs should that be necessary. A lot of other companies have avoided giving any guidance in light of the shaky economy and a lot of unknown conditions, but Cisco at least tried to give some indication of what’s to come. It’s not looking so pretty though, they did say that in their current quarter they expect revenue to be down as much as 20 percent. It wasn’t quite as bad as investors expected in this most recent quarter though. Cisco managed to beat analysts’ estimates on both revenue and earnings. But at the same time, Chambers told investors that he’s going to have to cut about a billion dollars from the company’s expenses by limiting travel budgets, putting a hiring-freeze in place and cutting back on other special projects. One thing is totally clear here, while last year when Chambers was describing market demand for the company’s products, he used words like “soft and lumpy”, this year he is using much stronger language. He told investors on this earnings call that it is now clear that we are in a global economic downturn.GLOSSARY1. gage vt.以...为担保, 以...为赌注n.(gauge) 标准度量, 计量器 2. Earnings Calls: ~are a teleconference in which a public company discusses the financial results of a reporting period. These companies will announce earnings quarterly and generally hold an earnings call quarterly. 3. in light of adv.按照, 根据 考虑到4. beat sb’s estimate/expectation 超出某人预期 5. hiring-freeze 招聘中止/冻结 6. lumpy adj.多块状物的, 粗笨的 不容乐观的 02/63301。

  Gates' search legacy As Bill Gates prepares to exit Microsoft, questions remain about its troubled Internet search divisionWe are all aware of the latest news of Microsoft and Yahoo. It’s clear that one of the reasons that Microsoft has been vying for Yahoo is to boost their questionable internet search division. So, with Microsoft founder Bill Gates retiring in June of this year, is part of his legacy tarnished without having a search division to match the likes of Google or Yahoo? For more on that is Andy Serwer, he knows all about this, Managing Editor, Fortune Magazine. Has Bill Gates failed if he walks away without a strong search division at Microsoft?Wow, err, failed? No way, Poppy, I mean, look, he’s not going out with all things being roses, no question, (I) mean, first of all, you know, you talked about search, but really the entire internet strategy of Microsoft, is not exactly running on all cylinders. I mean they've really never been able to crack that nut, but you know when you talk about operating software and application software, there is one company, and that is Microsoft. Look around all the desktops in your offices, most of them, all of them, probably running on Microsoft’s products. So you know, when someone steps down, there’s always issues, there’s always problems. I mean this is a bit of crossroads for the company, but still, I mean, obviously this guy built this company into an incredible Juggernaut.What do you think the Gates wants to see happen, because the Microsoft-Yahoo story just continues, it’s, new developments, almost everyday. But the man that we are hearing from is Steve Ballmer, we are really not hearing much from Gates, in fact, he is reportedly telling everyone that is, it's, it's up to Ballmer.Yeah, it's buddy Steve's gig now, I mean no question about that Ballmer is the CEO, and I think again, this speaks to Gates’ transition out of Microsoft and running the company, I mean. He’s really done a great job, I mean He’s taken a long time to set this thing up, it’s not like the founder, CEO of the company getting hit by a bus, uh-oh, there’s no succession strategy here. I mean this has been telegraphed to investors, to Wall Street, to people in the business, for, if not months, years, Poppy. So we've seen this for a long time. As far as this specific deal, you know, it’s a deal now. All things are on the table, anything can happen. We talked about Carl Icahn being in the mix. You know, you’ve got all kinds of bankers, and I mean, if the deal doesn’t happen with Yahoo, Microsoft will continue. If the deal does happen with Yahoo, Microsoft will continue on. I mean, so it’s not so critical to the future of this company in that. It won’t survive without it.Ok, well, you know these big fish, you know these big players pretty well. What does happen? Do we see Microsoft offer that 47.5 billion-dollar bid again for Yahoo, did they come in a little lower? What do we see, and I know we have to wait until July, 3rd, till the shareholder meeting, but what do we see between now and then?Well, you know, it’s really impossible to tell, I hate to cop out with the answer like that. But I mean really who knows, and everything changes day by day, it’s such a fluid situation. You know, you have Yahoo, you have Microsoft, you have Icahn, you've got bankers, you've got lawyers, you've got government oversight, you've got Google in the mix, you've got AOL in the mix, you've got Time-Warner playing around. So to try to predict what's gonna happen, you know, over the next couple of weeks, anyone who says they know the answers is lying to you, they really don't know. Because it's like the weather, I mean I have no idea what the weather’s gonna be like in early July, I mean I know some's gonna be going on, but I don't know exactly what's gonna be happen, I know it will be hotter, but I don't know exactly what's gonna be going on.Ok, so we will wait and see, but, if we can see this tie-up and Microsoft can strengthen their internet division, that is just another, eh, accomplishment for Gates, but still he leaves a strong legacy behind.Absolutely.Andy, thank you so much.Thanks Poppy.More on this on our website01/61168

  CNN's Hala Gorani talks with fashion designer Alber Elbaz about the late Yves St. Laurent. A wonderful man. You know, I was hired by him, it was a myth. I mean the name Yves St. Laurent, the address of new Melzo, was more of a dream. And then you'll see a person, then you'll see eye glasses, and then you'll see the color of his eyes. Then you go into his soul, and you find out that he was a very, I mean it’s very difficult for me to say he was rather than he is. You know, when I think out that his creation, his work would stay with us, you know, he will never die. That’s the adventure (a tongue-slip by the interviewee, here it should be advantage) of being an artist, you’ll never die, you’ll stay forever. And he will.And especially Yves St. Laurent has legacy, lives to this day in the way women all over the world dress. I was asked today whether, what do I think, did he do more for women or more for fashion. And I think he did a lot for both. He did a lot for fashion, and he did a lot for women. He changed the way they dress, in a way he changed the way they think. He brought beauty back to their life and modernity. Actually one time when I was hired by Mr. Belgee, he told me that he thought that Miss Coco Chanel, liberated women and Mr. St. Laurent gave them power and strength. And I thought that he gave them beauty and he gave them a lot of power by giving them that wardrobe that he did. He was the one that invented the y to where he translated his couture show or so, into, er, y to a business he was extremely smart, extremely sensitive, extremely, extremely, extremely wonderful man. And, and what gave him that vision, do you think, what about his creative genius, if you wanna call it that, what about his personality as a human being gave him that kind of vision that to this day lives on, do you think? I think life did it to him, he was extremely sensitive. He was like a spongy got everything. He saw people, he lived with them, he got them, he went into them, he understood women, he loved women. He worked with women, for women and they loved him back. And you knew him, what gave him these ideas, I mean, when you think of the trouser suit or when you think of the safari jacket or when you think of things that we see today on runways and take for granted as having existed for decades when in fact they were born with him.He actually was the one that introduced different elements into fashion, like art, like music, like street life, like movement in life. So he really brought fashion high, fashion to the street and brought it back from the street up to the runway. Em in that sense, I think that he was a very unique man. Coz' he was a pioneer, he was the first one. So he get the credit for doing all of the above. Now you are with Lanvin, now you are a celebrated designer, very much admired all over the world for having revived the oldest existing fashion house. (Alright) What did you think when you heard of the news yesterday that Yves St. Laurent died, what crossed your mind.Oh, my god. That I have to chill. I was very, very sad. You know, I went to the house of St. Laurent and I felt more like a son-in-law than a designer that was hired, I felt kinda I marry his daughter and he is my father-in-law. So it feels like somehow a death in my family.200812/59267Dow's 2nd best day ever The Dow rallied as much as 906 points during Tuesday's session, as investors dove back into stocksA lot of Americans are a lot richer today as Shawn Shore admits at a late afternoon rally on Wall Street. Let’s head over to New York and CNN senior business correspondent Ali VelshiAli you and I’ve talked about this in the past week. We are really doubt obsess these days but today it was a good thing to be obsessed. Well, yeah, I mean, the thing is it’s not a particular underlining reason to this. If I would take all the economy news we had today, Nicole, I’m trying to make sense of it, I wouldn’t have a the second biggest point gain we’ve ever seen in the Dow and one of the biggest percentage gains we’ve seen too. That’s just not where the evidence lies. What this tells you is that this market is in a trading range. There are people, professional investors who maybe manage your, you know the mutual funds as you’re holding your 41K who think the stocks are good buy right now. They are just to bargain. Despite everything else is going on, there are other people who just want to get out of this market and there are the ones who are selling the stocks. If you look at how a market recovers after a major downturn like we’ve seen. If we are in a recovery mode, it is long and it is rocky. And that’s what you’re seeing. You’re seeing one of these big gains today. You’re just like you see sellout what remind you the fact cut rate tomorrow; there are meeting right now, we are likely to see a ing of GDP which’s just the broadest measure of our economy on Thursday; there comes a negative for the first time this year, so it’s not a great news story. It just happens we people seeing an opportunity to buy stocks because they’re on sale.But there are other indicators as well. Some of the smaller indexes all show up, the dollar’s up as well. How do you feel about all that? Put it all together. Oil prices are down. That always helps some. We’ve got oil prices as close as to 60 dollars and now in . When these things are all part and partial of what we see as a slowing economy. Oil prices are down because we see a weak economy. So here’s how it usually works. The market starts to recover, sort of earlier on in a recessionary cycle, but we still could see home prices going down. We’re still unlikely to see jobs are being lost. It’s one little piece of good news around and that is home prices. We’ve seed new and existing home prices obviously dropping. Existing homes are down about 9 per cent compared to last year. But you know what, because mortgage prices are still low we’ve actually seen people starting to get into that market. People are starting to buy because they can still get a mortgage at a low rate, Nicole so that’s …you that’s where we are..Those figures don’t account for the bailout; those housing figures are kind of earlier on. This was before the bailoutUh, there are, yeah, there are figures for last month. That’s right. But you see the average person who’s looking to buy a home because they have a price in mind as to what they can afford. Maybe they’ve got good credit and access to a mortgage. The bailout doesn’t really, you know, maybe didn’t motivate them one way or the other. This is people actually doing things that matter to them and that is buying out because they think it’s affordable and they can get a mortgage. In the end, our economy is not about sciences; it’s about how people feel about it. If somebody thinks it’s a good time to get involve in buying a house and then get a loan. That’s what you need Consumer confidence’s down though Worst we’ve ever seen (so that’s not..)…reeling for consumer confidence is the worst since they started reporting it in 1997 which is exactly right back-forth circle to the beginning of this conversation. If I were just ing the data, we wouldn’t have thought we would’ve had a two- point gain on the Dow. Never like you know, a 800-point gain. So that’s part of the issue. Consumers confidence tells you how people are gonna spend their money over the course of the next several months. But remember home prices became unaffordable for people in America and one the thing is happening is home prices are coming down and people are thinking they can afford a home. (So) So that’s a solver lighting on a very dragon cloud.Take a lot of sole with all of these. Don’t look at today as being the only indicator (correct, tha’t exactly right) Do we have to step back and look at we have a lot of indicators the month, today we have the year today we have 52 weeks today. (right) Those are all down and then down and the more down if you look at itRight right. That’s exactly right. Here what we are looking at is the fact that if our week at a point in this economy where things are low enough that people start to gain confidence. It’s take, it’s like a neighborhood. Our price is low enough that companies and businesses are coming in and build it up and then all of a sudden, you get stadiums and it becomes a nice place to live. That are we there in the economy? Some people say it’s too early to tell; others are just saying I wanna get in early because I see there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. But this is all of our behavior together. Fundamentally we are still negative about where the things are going and we are heading to the most important season of the year for retailers and for shopping. .Not very hopeful So by no means are we out of the worst and / a big gain like this in the Dow lead you to believe that we are. Yeah the Dow in quite convenient as big ball a big number there (right) but look at a lot of other staff. As we diversify our money we should also diversify indicators as you look at itAbsolutely rightThanks so much AliAll right, Nicole.200810/54533Kate Winslet 'freaked out' by sex scenesKate Winslet "freaked out" when she had to perform sex scenes with Leonardo DiCaprio.The Oscar-winning actress was so disturbed by the relaxed attitude of her husband Sam Mendes - who she is now separated from - to the raunchy scenes in 2008 film 'Revolutionary Road' it made her question her marriage.Leonardo told Reveal magazine: "It was certainly a difficult time. She was really worried that Sam wasn't bothered by the fact that his wife was making out with another guy right in front of him. I told her it was only acting, but she kept on saying, 'This is really weird.'"When Sam started telling her exactly how to have sex with me she didn't like it at all. She was freaking out because she was supposed to be having sex with her best friend - me - while her husband directed. But I didn't find it weird at all. It didn't bother me, because that's part of acting."Kate and Sam - who married in secret in the Caribbean in May 2003 - split in March by "mutual agreement" and Leonardo thinks Hollywood was responsible for the death of their marriage.The 35-year-old actor - who has been close friends with Kate since they starred in 'Titanic' together - said: "She loved being a wife. Some people are meant to be married and I think Kate's one of them, but Hollywood and this movie business can be a killer for marriages."Shortly after their split it was reported Kate and Sam had a trial separation in after falling out while working together on 'Revolutionary Road'.A source said: "Working and living together was incredibly intense and basically overwhelmed their relationship."The pair have a very different work ethos - Sam wanted to switch off after a long day and Kate liked to analyze every nuance of her performance. It was just too much."The couple raise two children together, son Joe, six, and Kate's daughter Mia, nine, from her marriage to Jim Threapleton.Vocabulary:freak out: to lose or cause to lose emotional control from extreme excitement, shock, fear, joy, despair, etc.(紧张害怕,行动反常)raunchy: openly sexual; lusty; earthy(下流的,肮脏的) fall out: to quarrel; disagree(争吵,闹翻)nuance: a subtle difference or distinction in expression, meaning, response, etc.(细微差别)ethos: the distinctive character, spirit, and attitudes of a people, culture, era, etc.(理念,思潮,风气)背单词 — 装英语词汇201008/111154

  Democratic-Led Congress Could Help Swiftly Implement Obama Agenda民主党国会占多数有助奥巴马改革Expanded Democratic majorities in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives as a result of Tuesday's election could help President-elect Barack Obama implement an ambitious agenda next year. But analysts say no one should expect Democrats to automatically walk in lock-step with a president of their own party. What kind of relationship to expect from a Democratic congress and president. 美国总统选举结束之后,民主党不仅拿下了白宫,还在国会的参众两院都增加了席位。民主党在国会所处的多数党地位可以帮助新当选的总统奥巴马实施一系列雄心勃勃的改革措施。但是,分析人士同时指出,指望国会中的民主党人与奥巴马的政见完全吻合,也是不现实的。那么民主党占据多数的国会和总统之间将会是什么样的关系呢?Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi pledged Democrats' cooperation with President-elect Barack Obama. 美国国会众议院的议长佩洛西表示,国会的民主党人将与新当选的奥巴马总统密切合作。"Our increased numbers in the House better enable us to work closely with our new president for a vision for America and a plan to succeed," said Nancy Pelosi. 她说:“我们在众议院增加的席位让我们能够和下一任总统一道,为了美国的未来,为了把国家建设得更好,而紧密合作。”American University political science professor Alan Lichtman says there is evidence that when one party controls the congress and White House, much can get done. 美利坚大学政治学教授利希特曼(Alan Lichtman)表示,过去的经验表明,在国会和白宫都由同一个党派来主导的情况下,政府可以作许多事情。"History shows if you are a programmatic president with a big agenda, the best possible thing is to have unified control of government," said Alan Lichtman. "Franklin Roosevelt, who was elected in 1932 as a Democrat, also came in the midst of a big economic crisis, and he got a Democratic congress to pass 15 major bills in his first 100 days." 他说:“历史告诉我们,一个想要取得卓越成就的总统,最好是对政府有一个宏观的掌控。1932年当选的罗斯福总统,他也是一位民主党人,而且入主白宫的时候,也面临著大规模的经济危机;在实际运作当中,他当总统的头100天,民主党控制的国会就通过了15项重要的议案。”But with that said, Lichtman adds that congressional Democrats will not automatically 'rubber stamp' everything that Mr. Obama proposes.  尽管如此,这位教授也提醒说,民主党人控制国会并不意味著奥巴马总统提出的所有议案,一概都会通过。Other analysts agree, noting that Democrats can be liberal or conservative-leaning or moderate, and divided by cultural or regional differences. 其他一些分析人士也这么认为,说民主党内有改革派、保守派、也有温和派等各种倾向,而且也有文化和地域上的差别。Norman Ornstein of the American Enterprise Institute says it will be a challenge for Democratic leaders to constantly deliver enough Democratic votes to pass Mr. Obama's initiatives, and may at times have to look to the opposition for support. He says this is especially true in the House, where Democrats will hold more than 250 of the 435 seats. 美国企业研究所的奥恩斯坦表示,对民主党在国会的领导层来说,不断地拉票、通过奥巴马提出的一系列措施和提案,将不会是一件轻松的事,有的时候,恐怕要到反对党那里去寻求持。他说,在国会众议院,这一点恐怕尤其明显。众议院435个席位当中,目前有250多个席位由民主党控制。"For democrats to do it all on their own will require for Speaker Pelosi a very delicate and difficult juggling," said Norman Ornstein. "That is going to be a tricky process, and I think it will make it imperative to find some allies on the Republican side." 他说:“假如民主党什么都想靠本党来通过的话,那么佩洛西议长将总要面对各种很微妙、很不易的权衡。这中间挑战很大,我认为在这个过程中,不得不在共和党那里拉一些盟友。”The situation is much the same with the expanded Democratic majority in the Senate, says Senator Chris Dodd, a Connecticut Democrat: 康涅狄克州的民主党参议员克里斯.多德说,这种状况与参议院中一个扩大的民主党多数基本上是一样的。"The assumption that if you get a certain number [of Democrats] you can do things automatically, then you don't know this institution very well," said Senator Dodd. "Even though we have increased numbers, if you neglect to deal with the other party, you will not achieve much." 他说:“如果你以为民主党获得一定数量的议席就可以轻而易举地做到一切,那你就不太了解国会的运作。即使我们已经增加了一定的议席,但如果你忽视与共和党打交道,你就不会取得很多进展。”Alan Lichtman of American University says the key for Mr. Obama is to act immediately, at the start of his administration when he will enjoy a so-called honeymoon period of political goodwill. 美利坚大学的利希特曼教授说,对于奥巴马而言,关键是要在他的行政当局刚开始当政时立即行动起来,因为这个时期他将享受所谓的政治蜜月。"I think it will go six months, and you can get a lot accomplished in six months," he said. "But the lesson is you've got to strike quickly." 他说:“我认为,这种蜜月可以持续半年,你在这6个月中可以实现许多进展。不过,经验就是你必需迅速采取行动。”Lichtman says Mr. Obama's experience as a U.S. senator - albeit for two years - gives him a crucial understanding of the legislative process. 利奇曼说,尽管奥巴马担任美国参议员只有两年时间,但这种经验使他对立法过程有至关重要的理解。It is a comment echoed by Senator Richard Lugar of Indiana, the top Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, where Mr. Obama has been a member and where Vice President-elect Joe Biden has been chairman. 印地安纳州的理查德.卢格参议员对这种见解表示认同。他是参议院外交委员会中地位最高的共和党人,奥巴马是参院外交委员会的成员,当选副总统拜登则是这个委员会的主席。"I think with both the president and vice presidents moving from chairs in our body that these are people from the beginning who really have a head start on important issues when it comes to legislation," said Senator Lugar. " 卢格说:“我认为,由于当选总统和副总统都是出自我们外交委员会的,因此,在对一些重要的问题进行立法工作时,他们从一开始就占据有利的地位。”Mr. Obama has an ambitious agenda that includes efforts to improve the economy, find alternative sources of energy, tax reform, health care reform, and the withdrawal of combat troops from Iraq. 奥巴马雄心勃勃的议事日程包括:努力改善经济、寻找替代能源、改革税收、医疗保险制度以及从伊拉克撤出美国的作战部队。200811/55875Y: Today, on a Moment of Science, it's time for another round of Baby Skills, that fun and wacky guessing game that shows your baby is up to more than crying and napping. And today's question is: What can six-month-olds do better than nine-month-olds? Don, care to take a stab at it? D: Hmmm! well! I really don't know, Yael. I thought nine-month-olds would be better at just about everything. Y: Sorry, Don. It turns out that six-month-olds are better than nine-month-olds at recognizing certain faces. In a recent study, scientists observed that six-month-olds are equally good at distinguishing between non-human faces, as they are at distinguishing between human faces. D: By non-human, do you mean animal faces? Y: Exactly. Six-month-olds apparently have no trouble telling apart animal faces, but then they lose that ability by the time they turn nine months old. In contrast, as they get older, they just get better at distinguishing between human faces. D: Hmm! I guess that makes sense. After all, even babies know which side their b is buttered on. Y: That's right—it doesn't take babies long to learn that it's more important to pay attention to human faces than to animal faces. Scientists call this phenomenon cognitive narrowing. The more human faces babies look at, the better they get at noticing individual features. At the same time, as they grow older, and their knowledge becomes more specialized, babies lose the ability to recognize animal faces, because they don't see nearly as many. And, as you might expect, when scientists tested this on monkeys, the opposite was true. D: The monkey babies got better at recognizing monkey faces? Y: Exactly. 【词汇注释】wacky adj. 古怪的take a stab at vt. 试做recognize v.识别distinguish v.区别butter vt.涂黄油于…上phenomenon n.现象cognitive narrowing 认知缩小specialized a.特化的, 专化的201110/157534

  Corporate culture企业文化The view from the top, and bottom老板与员工的意见分歧Bosses think their firms are caring. Their minions disagree.老板们认为公司对员工关怀备至,但其下属却不以为然。AS WALMART grew into the world’s largest retailer, its staff were subjected to a long list of dos and don’ts covering every aspect of their work. Now the firm has decided that its rules-based culture is too inflexible to cope with the challenges of globalisation and technological change, and is trying to instil a “values-based” culture, in which employees can be trusted to do the right thing because they know what the firm stands for.随着沃尔玛发展成为全球最大零售商,其员工在工作的各方各面都受到了一大堆规则的限制。如今,沃尔玛已经认识到其以规则为基础的公司文化过于死板,无法应对全球化和科技变革所带来的挑战。所以,沃尔玛正尝试逐渐培养一种以价值观为基础的公司文化,在这种文化中,员工了解公司的主张,所以能够得到公司的信任,去做他们认为正确的事情。 “Values” is the latest hot topic in management thinking. PepsiCo has started preaching a creed of “performance with purpose”. Chevron, an oil firm, brands itself as a purveyor of “human energy”, though presumably it does not really want you to travel by rickshaw. Nearly every big firm claims to be building a more caring and ethical culture.“价值观念”是管理学思维最新的热门话题。百事可乐公司已开始宣扬一个信条:“目的性绩效”。石油公司雪佛龙在自己的商标上印上“‘人类体能’的供应商”的字样,尽管它大概并非真的希望你用人力车代步。几乎每一家大型企业都宣称自身正在发展更为关怀体贴、合乎道德的企业文化。A new study suggests there is less to this than it says on the label. Commissioned by Dov Seidman, boss of LRN, a firm that advises on corporate culture, and author of “How”, a book arguing that the way firms do business matters as much as what they do, and conducted by the Boston Research Group, the “National Governance, Culture and Leadership Assessment” is based on a survey of thousands of American employees, from every rung of the corporate ladder.一项新的研究显示,实际情况与商家们所标榜的有差距。LRN(一家企业文化顾问公司)的老板、同时也是《怎么做到的?》(本书主张企业的经营方式与其经营的业务同样重要)的作者多弗#8226;塞德曼委托波士顿研究集团进行这项“国家治理、文化和领导能力评估”的研究,该研究是以对来自公司各个级别的数千位美国雇员的调查为基础的。It found that 43% of those surveyed described their company’s culture as based on command-and-control, top-down management or leadership by coercion—what Mr Seidman calls “blind obedience”. The largest category, 54%, saw their employer’s culture as top-down, but with skilled leadership, lots of rules and a mix of carrots and sticks, which Mr Seidman calls “informed acquiescence”. Only 3% fell into the category of “self-governance”, in which everyone is guided by a “set of core principles and values that inspire everyone to align around a company’s mission”.研究发现,有43%的调查对象对其公司的文化有以下描述:以命令和指挥为基础、自上而下的管理模式或强制式的领导——塞德曼先生称之为“盲目从型”。所占百分比最多的调查对象,即有54%的人认为其公司文化自上而下型的,但公司的领导也有技巧可言,只是规则繁多并存在软硬兼施的手段,塞德曼先生称这种为“知情从型”。只有3%的调查对象属于“自我管理型”,即每个员工都被一套“核心原则和价值”所引导,这套原则和价值激励每个员工以公司的宗旨为中心进行工作。The study found evidence that such differences matter. Nearly half of those in blind-obedience companies said they had observed unethical behaviour in the previous year, compared with around a quarter in the other sorts of firm. Yet only a quarter of those in the blind-obedience firms said they were likely to blow the whistle, compared with over 90% in self-governing firms. Lack of trust may inhibit innovation, too. More than 90% of employees in self-governing firms, and two-thirds in the informed-acquiescence category, agreed that “good ideas are ily adopted by my company”. At blind-obedience firms, fewer than one in five did.研究也发现一些据,明这些公司文化之间的差异事关重大。在盲目从型企业中,几乎有过半数员工都称在前一年目睹过有违职业道德的行为,而在其他类型的企业中只有四分之一的员工有此经历。但是,在盲目从型企业中只有约四分之一的员工说他们可能会揭发这种行为,而在自我管理型企业中却有90%的员工会进行揭发。同样,上下级之间缺乏信任会抑制员工创新。自我管理型公司中超过90%的员工承认“绝妙的想法很容易会被公司采纳”,选择性顺从型公司中也有三分之二的员工这样认为。而在盲目从型公司中,持这种想法的人少于五分之一。Tragicomically, the study found that bosses often believe their own guff, even if their underlings do not. Bosses are eight times more likely than the average to believe that their organisation is self-governing. (The cheery folk in human resources are also much more optimistic than other employees.) Some 27% of bosses believe their employees are inspired by their firm. Alas, only 4% of employees agree. Likewise, 41% of bosses say their firm rewards performance based on values rather than merely on financial results. Only 14% of employees swallow this.令人哭笑不得的是,研究还发现老板们时常对自己瞎掰的那一套信以为真,即便员工们不以为然。老板们相信其公司是自我管理型公司的程度比普通员工高八倍。(人力资源部那些心情愉快的职员也比公司其他员工要乐观得多。)大约27%的老板认为自己公司的员工能够被公司所激励。奈何,只有4%的员工同意此说。同样,41%的老板称其公司对绩效的奖励是建基于价值观之上的,而不仅是业绩。然而只有14%的员工接受此说。201110/157091

  Pakistani Forces Deploy in New Region Infiltrated by Taliban巴基斯坦向塔利班控制区增派兵力 Militants in Pakistan have ambushed paramilitary forces who were being rushed to a region near the capital that was recently overrun by Taliban forces from the nearby Swat valley. Witnesses say gunmen in Buner district, killed at least one of the paramilitary troops. Despite the latest clashes, political leaders say they continue to favor diplomacy in dealing with the militants.巴基斯坦激进分子伏击了奉命紧急赶往首都附近布内尔地区的准军事部队。那里最近被来自斯瓦特山谷的塔利班势力占领。目击者说,武装分子在布内尔区打死至少一名准军事部队军人。尽管发生这些最新的冲突事件,巴基斯坦政界领导人仍然表示继续持通过外交手段跟激进分子打交道。Troops take up key positionsLocals in Buner district, which is only about 100 kilometers from the Pakistani capital, say security forces began arriving Wednesday, taking up positions around government buildings and key roads. It is unclear how many additional forces have been ordered to Buner. Local officials say as many as eight platoons, or about 400 paramilitary troops have arrived in the mountainous region.布内尔区当地人说,安全部队星期三开始到达那里,把守政府办公楼周围的阵地和重要道路。布内尔距离巴基斯坦首都伊斯兰堡只有大约100公里。目前还不清楚还要向布内尔区增派多少兵力。当地官员说,多达8个排的兵力,也就是大约400名准军事部队军人已经到达这个山区。Sher Akbar, a retired lawmaker who represented Buner in parliament, tells VOA that Taliban fighters are now patrolling parts of the district and local police have not been seen in public.在巴基斯坦议会中曾经代表布内尔区的退休议员谢尔.阿克巴尔告诉美国之音记者,塔利班武装分子目前正在这个区的部分地方巡逻,公开场合根本看不见当地警察。Taliban controls BunerSpeaking by phone from Buner he says the Taliban are totally in control of the district and the local government has lost authority over the region.阿克巴尔在布内尔通过电话对记者说,塔利班现在完全控制了这个区,当地政府已经失去了对这个区的控制。Pakistani news media have reported government officials and aid groups have abandoned local offices. Sher Akbar says many in Buner are worried that fighting could break out soon between security forces and militants, and some people are preparing to leave.巴基斯坦新闻媒体报导说,政府官员和救援组织已经离开当地的办公地点。阿克巴尔说,布内尔区有许多人担心安全部队跟激进分子很快就会打起来,一些人正在准备逃离。Groups of militants infiltrated Buner last week, shortly after the government signed a peace deal to establish Islamic law in nearby Swat valley and other parts of the northwest. Local officials estimate more than 500,000 people live in the Buner area.在政府签署和平协议,同意在附近的斯瓦特山谷以及西北部其它地区实行伊斯兰法不久之后,几伙激进分子上星期渗透到布内尔区。当地官员估计,布内尔地区有50多万人。Since the Taliban's arrival, fighters have clashed with local police and armed tribal militias that initially tried to repel them from the area. Local leaders had reportedly asked the provincial government earlier for extra police and paramilitary troops when the controversial peace agreement in Swat was being negotiated but the request was ignored.自从塔利班来到布内尔区,武装分子跟起初试图赶走他们的当地警察和部落民兵发生了战斗。据说,在有争议的斯瓦特山谷和平协议还在磋商的过程中,当地领导人早些时候曾请求省政府增派警力和准军事部队,但这个要求没有受到重视。Clinton: situation poses 'mortal threat' to USThe government's peace agreement in the northwest, and subsequent Taliban expansion into nearby areas including Buner, has drawn intense concern in Washington. On Wednesday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton accused the Pakistani government of ceding more and more territory to the Taliban. She said the deteriorating situation poses what she called a "mortal threat" to the ed States and the world.政府在西北部地区的和平协议以及塔利班随后在包括布内尔区在内的附近地区的扩张引起华盛顿的密切关注。星期三,美国国务卿希拉里.克林顿指责巴基斯坦政府把越来越多的领土割让给塔利班。她说,局势的日益恶化对美国和全世界构成“致命威胁”。"I think that we cannot underscore the seriousness of the existential threat posed to the state of Pakistan by the continuing advances, now within hours of Islamabad, that are being made by the loosely confederated group of terrorists and others who are seeking the overthrow of the Pakistani state, which is, as we all know, a nuclear-armed state," she said.克林顿说:“我认为,巴基斯坦目前存在的威胁的严重性不言而喻。组织松散的恐怖分子组织正在继续向首都伊斯兰堡推进,目前距离首都只有几个小时的行程,他们企图推翻巴基斯坦,而我们都清楚这是一个拥有核武器的国家。”Pakistan defends anti-Taliban strategyWhen asked about the criticism on Thursday, Pakistan's prime minister defended the government's strategy, saying officials continue to favor pursuing talks with mediator Sufi Muhammad in dealing with the situation.记者星期四向巴基斯坦总理吉拉尼问起克林顿的上述指责,吉拉尼为巴基斯坦政府的战略辩解说,巴基斯坦官员继续持通过跟调解人苏菲.穆罕默德谈判,解决目前的局势。"In case peace is not restored, then naturally the mandate is the provincial government - they will discuss with the jirga, with all of the political forces of their province, they will discuss with Sufi Muhammad. And if the provincial government decides otherwise or if peace is not restored, certainly we have to review our policy," said Prime Minister Gilani. 吉拉尼说:“万一和平没有恢复,那么通常省政府就要承担起责任,他们将跟族长会议,他们所在省的所有政治力量进行磋商,也要跟穆罕默德进行讨论。如果省政府做出不同的决定,或者如果没有恢复和平,我们当然要重新审视我们的政策。”The Islamic courts have drawn criticism among lawmakers in recent days after Taliban fighters refused to disarm and Sufi Muhammad said militants believe the new courts will not be integrated into Pakistan's legal system. Political leaders have said the creation of a parallel legal system is unacceptable and a violation of the peace agreement.塔利班武装分子拒绝放下武器,而且穆罕默德也说,激进分子认为新的法庭不会被纳入巴基斯坦司法体系,这使伊斯兰法庭招致议员们的指责。巴基斯坦政界领导人说,建立两个平行的司法制度是不可接受的,也违反了和平协议。04/68046。

  Gates' search legacy As Bill Gates prepares to exit Microsoft, questions remain about its troubled Internet search divisionWe are all aware of the latest news of Microsoft and Yahoo. It’s clear that one of the reasons that Microsoft has been vying for Yahoo is to boost their questionable internet search division. So, with Microsoft founder Bill Gates retiring in June of this year, is part of his legacy tarnished without having a search division to match the likes of Google or Yahoo? For more on that is Andy Serwer, he knows all about this, Managing Editor, Fortune Magazine. Has Bill Gates failed if he walks away without a strong search division at Microsoft?Wow, err, failed? No way, Poppy, I mean, look, he’s not going out with all things being roses, no question, (I) mean, first of all, you know, you talked about search, but really the entire internet strategy of Microsoft, is not exactly running on all cylinders. I mean they've really never been able to crack that nut, but you know when you talk about operating software and application software, there is one company, and that is Microsoft. Look around all the desktops in your offices, most of them, all of them, probably running on Microsoft’s products. So you know, when someone steps down, there’s always issues, there’s always problems. I mean this is a bit of crossroads for the company, but still, I mean, obviously this guy built this company into an incredible Juggernaut.What do you think the Gates wants to see happen, because the Microsoft-Yahoo story just continues, it’s, new developments, almost everyday. But the man that we are hearing from is Steve Ballmer, we are really not hearing much from Gates, in fact, he is reportedly telling everyone that is, it's, it's up to Ballmer.Yeah, it's buddy Steve's gig now, I mean no question about that Ballmer is the CEO, and I think again, this speaks to Gates’ transition out of Microsoft and running the company, I mean. He’s really done a great job, I mean He’s taken a long time to set this thing up, it’s not like the founder, CEO of the company getting hit by a bus, uh-oh, there’s no succession strategy here. I mean this has been telegraphed to investors, to Wall Street, to people in the business, for, if not months, years, Poppy. So we've seen this for a long time. As far as this specific deal, you know, it’s a deal now. All things are on the table, anything can happen. We talked about Carl Icahn being in the mix. You know, you’ve got all kinds of bankers, and I mean, if the deal doesn’t happen with Yahoo, Microsoft will continue. If the deal does happen with Yahoo, Microsoft will continue on. I mean, so it’s not so critical to the future of this company in that. It won’t survive without it.Ok, well, you know these big fish, you know these big players pretty well. What does happen? Do we see Microsoft offer that 47.5 billion-dollar bid again for Yahoo, did they come in a little lower? What do we see, and I know we have to wait until July, 3rd, till the shareholder meeting, but what do we see between now and then?Well, you know, it’s really impossible to tell, I hate to cop out with the answer like that. But I mean really who knows, and everything changes day by day, it’s such a fluid situation. You know, you have Yahoo, you have Microsoft, you have Icahn, you've got bankers, you've got lawyers, you've got government oversight, you've got Google in the mix, you've got AOL in the mix, you've got Time-Warner playing around. So to try to predict what's gonna happen, you know, over the next couple of weeks, anyone who says they know the answers is lying to you, they really don't know. Because it's like the weather, I mean I have no idea what the weather’s gonna be like in early July, I mean I know some's gonna be going on, but I don't know exactly what's gonna be happen, I know it will be hotter, but I don't know exactly what's gonna be going on.Ok, so we will wait and see, but, if we can see this tie-up and Microsoft can strengthen their internet division, that is just another, eh, accomplishment for Gates, but still he leaves a strong legacy behind.Absolutely.Andy, thank you so much.Thanks Poppy.More on this on our website01/61168

  It can be hard to find a job in the current tight U.S. economy, especially when you have a criminal record. At one prison in the American Northwest, inmates are learning not just how to get jobs, but how to open businesses of their own.如果你有过刑事案件前科,特别在目前美国经济紧缩之际,出狱后找工作就会非常困难。然而在美国西北部的一个监狱里,受刑人不但在学习如何找到工作,并且还学习如何开创自己的事业。A class called LIFE (Lifelong Information For Entrepreneurs), at the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility, teaches inmates how to start their own businesses after they’re released from the Oregon women’s prison. 这个课程的名称是“企业家终生资讯”。英文所写是LIFE,也就是生命的意思。这项课程教导受刑人在刑满释放后,如何开始做自己的生意。MercyCorps Northwest, the local branch of a global development organization, started the program four years ago, based on its experience in international aid.这项教学计划是国际美慈组织在当地的分机构,“美慈西北”四年前创办的。“We were looking for ways that we could apply our expertise around economic development and small business management to populations that could use it," says Doug Cooper, assistant director of MercyCorps Northwest. "It’s identical to what we do internationally, except we apply it here in Oregon and Washington.”教学计划的副主任道格·库珀说,他们根据慈善公司从事国际性援助工作的经验,推行这项计划。他说,“我们一直寻求途径,将我们在经济发展和小型企业经营方面的经验,传授给能够利用这些经验的人。我们在国际上就是这么作的,只是这次我们是在俄勒冈州和华盛顿州。”The eight-month class mixes hardcore small business training with softer skills like goal setting and self care. Student Saresa Whitley is serving five years for assault. She has a job lined up after her release in January, but plans to also start a small business selling handicrafts. 为期八个月的课程,将小型生意的核心经营训练,与软件技能的训练配合,包括目标设定和自我经营。因为攻击罪刑五年的受刑人苏利萨·惠特利是班上的一名学生。她于明年一月获释后,已经有一份工作等着她去做。可是她也计划开始自己的一项售卖手工艺品的小型生意。“When I was talking about knowing if my business is viable or not, through a profit-and-loss model, I was like ‘Wow, I didn’t even know the word viable before, and now I do,’" Whitley says. "I’ve learned a lot, I’ve learned a lot about how to write a business plan, about effective communications skills, how to listen, something I didn’t know how to do before.”她说,“当我经由亏盈计算模式,研究我的生意的可行性时,我说,噢,我原来还不知道‘可行性’一词,现在我明白了。我学到很多东西。我学会很多如何写营业计划的东西,有效的沟通技巧,如何聆听意见。这些都是我过去不知道如何做的事情。”201106/141206

  Chelsea Clinton marries in US "royal wedding"Bill and Hillary Clinton's only daughter has married her long-time boyfriend in the picturesque New York village of Rhinebeck in what was dubbed America's royal wedding.Chelsea Clinton -- the only child of the former US president and the US secretary of state -- wed Marc Mezvinsky on Saturday at Astor Courts, an historic 50-acre (20-hectare) estate about 100 miles north of New York City."Today, we watched with great pride and overwhelming emotion as Chelsea and Marc wed in a beautiful ceremony at Astor Courts, surrounded by family and their close friends," Bill and Hillary Clinton said in a statement."We could not have asked for a more perfect day to celebrate the beginning of their life together, and we are so happy to welcome Marc into our family," the statement said.Photos showed the bride and groom walking down a broad outdoor aisle between rows of guests. Chelsea wore a strapless white gown with a fitted bodice and full skirt with platinum-colored beading at the waist and a long white veil.The groom wore a simple black tuxedo going down the aisle and in a photo with the Clinton family, and a white prayer shawl and yarmulke in separate photos with Chelsea under a flowering tree and amid wedding guests.In the one photo in which she appeared, Hillary Clinton wore a magenta gown. Bill Clinton, who is pictured walking Chelsea down the aisle, wore a simple black tux with a white boutonniere in his lapel.Apart from the parents of the bride, the only other high profile guests seen in Rhinebeck were Bill Clinton's former secretary of state, Madeleine Albright, actors Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen and fashion designer Vera Wang.Also spotted was real estate scion and movie producer billionaire Steve Bing.Chelsea Clinton, 30, and Mezvinsky, 32, have known each other since they were teenagers. He is an investment banker, whose parents Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky and Edward Mezvinsky were once Democratic US House of Representatives members.Vocabulary:strapless: without a strap or straps(无肩带的,无吊带的)bodice: the part of a woman's dress covering the body between the neck or shoulders and the waist(连衣裙上身,紧身胸衣)go down the aisle: 结婚prayer shawl: Judaism, a tallith(犹太教徒的祷告巾)yarmulke: a skullcap worn, esp. during prayer and religious study, by Jewish males, esp. those adhering to Orthodox or Conservative tradition(犹太男子的圆顶小帽,无檐便帽)boutonniere: a flower or small bouquet worn, usually by a man, in the buttonhole of a lapel(纽扣眼上插的花)scion: a descendant, heir, or young member of a family(尤指名门望族的子弟)背单词 — 装英语词汇201008/110450

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