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托克托县隆鼻手术多少钱呼和浩特赛罕区隆胸多少钱8 Across the Plateau 第8章 穿越高原 On November 21st,the Norwegians killed thirty dogs. 11月21日,挪威人杀了30条。 ;They were happy,;Amundsen said.;And now tney#39;re going to die quickly.We need three sledges,and eighteen dogs, to go to the Pole.; ;这些活泼欢快,;阿蒙森说,;现在,它们很快就要丧生了。我们只需要3辆雪橇、18条,便能到达南极。; When the dogs were dead,the other dogs ate them.The men ate them,too.They were good friends,Bjaaland wrote in his diary.And now they are good food.Two days later,the dogs were fst.Then,in a snowstorm,they began the journey again. 这些处死后,活着的吃它们的肉,大家也都吃。它们是我们的好朋友,比阿兰德在日记里这样写道,现在又成为好食物。两天之后,群都养胖了。随后,他们冒着暴风雪再度踏上旅程。 After the snowstorm,there was fog,and in the fog,they got lost on an ice river with hundreds of big holes in it.They could see nothing,and it was very dangerous.In four days they moved nine kilometres.But the ice is beautiful,Bjaaland wrote.Blue and green and white.This is a wonderful place ;but I don#39;t want to stay a long time. 暴风雪过后,浓雾弥漫。在隐有无数大冰洞的冰河上,他们完全被裹在茫茫浓雾之中,什么也看不见。这太危险了。4天内,他们仅前行了9公里。但是这些冰层非常美丽,比阿兰德这样写道,蓝、绿、白三色。这是个迷人的地方,然而我不愿久留。 After the ice,there were strong winds and bad snowstorms.They could see nothing in front of them.But every day,they travelled twenty-five or thirty kilometres.Then,on December 9th,the sun came out.They were at 88deg;23prime;South;175 kilo-metres from the Pole. 走过冰河之后,又遇到凛冽的寒风和可怕的暴风雪。他们眼前一派茫茫,什么也看不见。但是每天,他们仍旧要走25至30公里。当时,也就是12月9日,太阳出来了。他们到达南纬88deg;23prime;的地区,距南极175公里。 Five more long days,Bjaaland wrote.That#39;s all now.But where is Scott? 再过5个漫长的日子,比阿兰德这样写,一切便完成了。可是斯科特在哪儿呢? For four days,Scott#39;s men stayed in their tents near the mountains.There is a bad snowstorm outside,Oates wrote.It#39;s too cold for the ponies,and our clothes and skis are bad,too. 4天来,斯科特的人一直留在大山附近的帐篷内。外面下着可怕的暴风雪,奥茨这样写道,这太冷啦,令小马不堪忍受。我们的衣与滑雪板也都坏了。 On December 9th,Oates killed the ponies.They were tired and ill and they could not walk up to the plateau.Then Meares and his dogs went back to Cape Evans.;We can pull the sledges ourselves,;Scott said.;We can do it;we#39;re all strong men.; 12月9日,奥茨杀了几匹小马。这些马又累又病,不可能登上高原。这时,米尔斯与他的群返回开普埃文斯。;我们可以自己拖雪橇,;斯科特说,;我们能够做到:我们个个都是身强力壮。; There were two sledges and eight men.They went twenty-four kilometres a day.On December 31st,Scott said to Teddy Evans,and the men on the second sledge:;You can#39;t ski well.Leave your skis here.;So they pulled their sledge twenty-four kilometres without skis. 两辆雪橇与8个人,每天走24公里。12月31日,斯科特对特迪;埃文斯以及那些拖着第二辆雪橇的人说:;既然你们不太会滑雪,不如将滑雪板丢在这儿。;于是,他们没穿滑雪板拉雪橇走了24公里。 Next day,Scott went to Teddy Evans#39;s tent.;You are ill,Teddy,;he said.;You can#39;t come to the Pole.Take two men and go back,tomorrow.; 第二天,斯科特来到特迪;埃文斯的帐篷内。;你病了,特迪,;他说,;你去不了南极了。明天带着两个人回去吧。; Teddy Evans was very unhappy.;Two men,Captain?;he said.;Why not three?; 特迪;埃文斯非常不满。;两个人,队长?;他说,;为什么不是3个人呢?; ;Because Bowers is going to come with me,;Scott said.;He#39;s strong;we need him.; ;因为鲍尔斯将同我一道前进,;斯科特说,;他身体很棒,我们需要他。; ;But;you have food on your sledge for four men,notfive!;Evans said.;And Bowers has no skis!; ;但是;;你们雪橇上装的食物是供4人食用的,而不是5人!;埃文斯说,;再说鲍尔斯的滑雪板也扔了!; ;I#39;m the Captain,Teddy!;Scott said.;You do what I say.Take two men and leave Bowers with me!; ;我是队长,特迪!;斯科特说,;你照我的话去做。带两个人走,将鲍尔斯留给我!; Oates wrote to his mother:I am going to the Pole with Scott.I am pleased and I fell strong.But in his diary he wrote;My feet are very bad.They are always wet now,and they don#39;t look good. 奥茨给他的母亲写信说:我正跟随着斯科特向南极进发。我感到欣喜,而且感到精力旺盛。但是他在日记里却是这样写的:我的脚已经非常糟糕了,现在总是湿漉漉的,看来状况不妙。 On January 4th Scott#39;s men left Teddy Evans and went on.Scott,Oates,Wilson and Edgar Evans had skis,but Bowers did not.They were 270 kilometres from the Pole. 1月4日,斯科特一行离开了特迪,继续上路了。斯科特、奥茨、威尔逊、埃德加;埃文斯都有滑雪板,然而鲍尔斯没有。他们距南极还有270公里。 December 14th 1911 was a warm,sunny day.Five Norwegians skied over the beautiful white snow.It was very quiet.No one spoke.They were excited,and happy. 1911年12月14日,天气暖和,阳光明媚。5个挪威人在美丽的白雪上滑行着,四周非常安静,没人讲话。他们感到兴奋、欣喜。 ;Six more kilometres,;Bjaaland thought.Is there a British flag?I can#39;t see a flag,but; ;再走6公里,;比阿兰德心想。英国国旗到达那儿了吗?我一面旗帜也没见到,但是;; ;Look!;Hassel said.;What#39;s that over there?; ;瞧!;哈塞尔说,;那儿是什么?; Bjaaland left his sledge and skied quickly away over the snow.;What is it?;he thought.;Is it;?No!; 比阿兰德丢下他的雪橇,在雪地上飞快滑行赶去看。;这是什么?;他心想,;难道是;;?不!; ;It#39;s nothing!;he called.;There#39;s nothing there; no-thing!; ;没东西!;他高声叫着说,;什么东西也没有;;啥也没有!; Three kilometres,two.;Roald!;Hanssen called to Amund-sen.;Go in front of me,please.It helps my dogs.; 还有3公里,还有2公里。;罗阿尔!;汉森高声呼唤着阿蒙森,;请你走在我前头,这对我的群有帮助。; ;That#39;s not true,;Bjaaland thought.;His dogs are running well today.But Hanssen wants Amundsen to be first.The first man at the South Pole!; ;不是这回事儿,;比阿兰德心想,;他的今天表现不错。汉森是想让阿蒙森成为第一人,第一个到达南极的人!; They skied on and on,over the beautiful snow. 他们继续向前滑行,在这美丽的雪原上滑行。 ;Stop!;Amundsen said.He waited quietly for his men.;This is it,;he said. ;停下!;阿蒙森说。他静静地等着他的属员。;就是这儿,;他说。 Bjaaland looked at him.;But there#39;s nothing here,;he said. 比阿兰德看着他。;可是这儿没有任何东西,;他说。 Amundsen smiled.;Oh yes there is,;he said.;There#39;s something very important here,Olav.Very,very important.; 阿蒙森笑了笑。;啊,不对,有东西,;他说,;这儿有样非常重要的东西,奥拉夫。非常非常重要。; ;What#39;s that,Roald?; ;什么东西,罗阿尔?; ;Us.We#39;re here now.Isn#39;t that important,Olav?; ;我们这些人!我们现在站在这儿,难道还不重要,奥拉夫?; The four men stood on the snow,and looked at him.Then,slowly,they all began to laugh. 4个人站在雪地里,看着他。渐渐地,大家开始大笑起来。 Article/201202/172720呼和浩特京美整形美容医院双眼皮手术怎么样 The federal government has decided that it’s too expensive to print US passports in the US. Starting later this year, the government will send all passports to Thailand. A printing company in Thailand will print all US passports at a significant savings to the US taxpayer.A radio ad in Los Angeles proclaims that a citizen’s identity is stolen every 3 seconds. “Outsourcing our passports is only going to make identity theft a bigger problem,” said an angry citizen. “What’s next? Before we know it, they’ll be printing driver’s licenses, birth certificates, and social security cards in Thailand. This will result in total chaos. Fifty people will have the same passport and driver’s license.”A US Senator said that outsourcing is necessary because of the Iraq War. “To pay for the war, we have to reduce our spending elsewhere,” he said. He said that passports were only the beginning; money was next. Starting two years from now, he said that all US cash would be printed overseas. Starting three years from now, he said, military vehicles and weapons would be made overseas.“The good news,” he said, “is that we are going to also outsource our military troops. Two undeveloped countries have agreed to replace our soldiers starting four years from now. Our American soldiers will gradually return to America, and these foreign soldiers will do all the fighting in Iraq. This will reduce our military costs in Iraq 90 percent, from billion monthly to only billion. To further reduce spending, of course, all the returning American soldiers will be laid off.” Article/201108/148436Roofer 01房顶工人 01  I worked in the basement of a Caltech campus building that had been periodically haunted by the specter of the upper half of a roofer who had fallen from the six story roof twenty years earlier.   On the day of the 6.0 Whittier earthquakes of 1987 I arrived at the building an hour earlier than usual and took the elevator to the top floor where the snack bar was located. After buying a cup of coffee from the dispenser I strolled out of the snack room onto the penthouse balcony to gaze over the lovely campus. Just as I was about to take a sip of coffee the whole building jolted upwards and nearly knocked me off balance. Thinking the short earthquake could be a precursor to an even bigger earthquake, I turned to find my way to the stairwell. However, as I turned I was slammed to the tarmac so violently and swiftly that I had no time to break my fall with my hands.   As I struggled to crawl towards the stairwell I felt a sharp jabbing pain of my left ankle. I descended the stairs to the lobby and observed huge cracks in the corners and stumbled over chucks of plaster that had fallen onto the stairs. As I stumbled and limped through the lobby I encountered marble wall panels that had fallen and broken.   我在加利福尼亚理工大学校内的一个地下室里工作。20年前,有个盖屋顶的工人从这栋六层楼的房顶摔了下去,从此,这楼就闹鬼,那个工人的上半身总在这楼里游荡。  1987年惠蒂尔发生6级地震的那天,我比平常早到了一个小时。坐着电梯到了顶楼的快餐店,从自动售货机买了一杯咖啡后,我踱出小吃店,走到有遮阳雨篷的阳台边,欣赏这可爱的校园景色。正当我要嘬口咖啡时,突然整个建筑向上晃动起来,我差点失去平衡。我想这个轻微的地震之后肯定还会有场剧烈的地震发生,便转身想下楼去。但我一转过身,我就被狠狠地甩倒在停机坪上,速度之快让我都没时间用手撑着不至于跌倒。  我挣扎着向电梯间爬去,忽然左脚踝传来一阵剧烈的刺痛。我下楼来到大厅,听到角落里传出很大的墙壁裂缝的声音,我一瘸一拐得跨过楼梯上散落的一堆堆的石灰,穿过大厅,中途看见大理石的墙壁嵌板也掉下来,摔碎了。 Article/200811/56185土默特左旗活细胞丰胸价格

呼和浩特去眼袋最好的医生Oh, the joy! The absolute joy! Archie couldn’t remember a recent moment when he had felt so happy. If he could sing, he would have sung. If he could dance, he would have danced. If he could have shouted to the world, he would have shouted to the world, “I’m free, I’m free!”He had been in “jail” for the last week. A mental jail, to be sure, but it still felt like jail. About six weeks ago, he had received his almost annual jury summons. Printed on the outside of the white envelope, in bright red letters, was: OFFICIAL JURY SUMMONS ENCLOSED—Registration Required within 5 days. A friend of his had been throwing away such summonses for at least 20 years. Archie couldn’t do that—he felt that his luck was so bad that if he tried it, his summons would be the one with the concealed microchip that recorded him throwing the envelope in the trash. Then he really would be in jail. So, he dutifully filled out the form and waited until his starting date—November 5, a Monday. For that week, he would be “on call” for “no more than five days.”As instructed, he dialed the 800-SRV-JURY number on the Saturday preceding November 5. He tapped in his PIN and jury group number. He listened, and sighed with relief; the recording had told him to call again Monday after 5 p.m. So, one day out of five was gone! Article/201105/137044呼和浩特提眉哪家医院好 The Headless Horseman 02无头骑士 02  The Dutchman let out a terrible scream as the horse leapt toward him at a full gallop. He took to his heels, running as fast as he could, making for the bridge since he knew that ghosts and evil spirits did not care to cross running water. He stumbled suddenly and fell, rolling off the road into a melting patch of snow. The headless rider thundered past him, and the man got a second look at the headless ghost. It was wearing a Hessian commander's uniform.   The Dutchman waited a good hour after the ghost disappeared before crawling out of the bushes and making his way home. After fortifying himself with schnapps, the Dutchman told his wife about the ghost. By noon of the next day, the story was all over Tarrytown. The good Dutch folk were divided in their opinions. Some thought that the ghost must be roaming the roads at night in search of its head. Others claimed that the Hessian soldier rose from the grave to lead the Hessian soldiers in a charge up nearby Chatterton Hill, not knowing that the hill had aly been taken by the British.   Whatever the reason, the Headless Horseman continues to roam the roads near Tarrytown on dark nights from that day to this.  那马飞快得向荷兰人奔过来,他惊恐地尖叫了一声,拔腿就跑,他全速向河边跑去,因为他知道鬼魂和邪恶的幽灵都不敢穿过流水。他突然一个趔趄,跌到在地,滚到了一堆还没化尽的积雪上。无头骑士从他身边呼啸而过,他又看了一眼那个无头骑士,发现他穿着黑森指挥官的制。  无头骑士消失后,荷兰人足足等了一个小时才敢从灌木丛里爬出来回家。回到家,荷兰人喝了点杜松子酒壮壮胆后,告诉了妻子他遇到鬼的故事。到第二天中午,故事便传遍了整个塔利镇。好心的荷兰人意见产生了分歧。有些人认为鬼魂一定是在夜里四处游荡找他的头。另一些人则认为这个黑森士兵还不知道附近的查特顿山已被英国人占领,他从坟墓里出来便是要领导其他黑森士兵向那儿冲锋。  不管是什么原因吧,从那天起,这个无头骑士便总在漆黑的夜晚在塔利镇附近的路上游荡。 Article/200811/56875呼和浩特市微创丰胸的价格

内蒙古省呼和浩特京美医院做双眼皮手术多少钱Louis Khan Helped Define Modern ArchitectureWritten by Dana Demange VOICE ONE:I’m Steve Ember. VOICE TWO:And I’m Barbara Klein with the VOA Special English program, People in America. Today, we tell about Louis Kahn. He is considered one of the most important American building designers of the twentieth century. (MUSIC)VOICE ONE:Louis Kahn helped define modern architecture. Architecture is the art and science of designing and building structures such as houses, museums, and office buildings. Kahn’s architecture has several defining qualities. For example, Kahn was very interested in the look and feel of the materials he used. He used brick and concrete in new and special ways. Kahn also paid careful attention to the use of sunlight. He liked natural light to enter his buildings through interesting kinds of windows and openings. Kahn’s work can also be identified by his creative use of geometric shapes. Many of his buildings use squares, circles and three sided shapes called triangles. VOICE TWO:Louis Kahn was born in Estonia in nineteen-oh-one. When he was five years old his family moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Even as a child, Louis Kahn showed excellence as an artist. When he was in school his pictures won several competitions organized by the city. In high school, Kahn studied architecture briefly. He later went to the University of Pennsylvania and studied architecture full time. He graduated in nineteen twenty-four. Louis Kahn’s buildings have many influences. Some experts say his trip to Rome, Italy in nineteen fifty-one influenced him the most. Kahn spent a few months as an architect with the American Academy in Rome. He also traveled through other parts of Italy, Greece and Egypt. There, he saw the ancient Greek and Roman ruins that also would influence his works. He was very affected by the size and design of these ruins. They helped influence him to develop an architecture that combines both modern and ancient designs.Other experts believe Kahn was also influenced by the part of Philadelphia where he grew up. There were many factory buildings with large windows. These brick structures were very solid. This industrial design is apparent in several of Kahn’s early works. VOICE ONE:Kahn’s first projects involved building housing in Philadelphia. He later received government jobs to design housing during World War Two. In nineteen forty-two, he became a head architect of the Public Building Administration. Kahn’s first important project was the Yale Art Gallery in New Haven, Connecticut in the early nineteen fifties. The outside of the building is very simple. The surface is made of brick and limestone.The inside of the gallery shows Kahn’s great artistic sense. For example, he created a triangle-shaped walkway of steps that sits inside a rounded concrete shell. This building was very popular. Its completion represented an important step in Kahn’s professional life. He was now a famous architect. (MUSIC)VOICE TWO: The Salk Institute in La Jolla, California One of Kahn’s other important buildings is the Salk Institute, a research center in La Jolla, California. It was built in the nineteen sixties. This structure further shows how Kahn was able to unite form and function. This means his buildings were beautiful and also useful. The Salk Institute has two structures that surround a marble garden area or courtyard. This outdoor marble area is almost completely bare. The only detail is a small stream of water running through the middle of the square towards the Pacific Ocean. This simple design is very striking. Inside the building are many rooms for laboratories. Kahn was very careful to make sure they all received natural light and a view of the ocean. He linked the indoor and outdoor spaces in a very beautiful way. VOICE ONE: Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas The Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas is another famous building by Louis Kahn. Some say it is his best. Kahn built this museum in the early nineteen seventies. This large museum has long rooms with curved or vaulted ceilings. Inside, all of the walls can be moved to best fit the art collection. Kahn was able to make the concrete material of the building look both solid and airy. He used sunlight and bodies of water to create a truly special building. Kahn once said this about the Kimbell Art Museum: “The building feels…that I had nothing to do with it…that some other hand did it.” The architect seems to say that he was helped by some higher influence. Many people feel that his architecture has a very spiritual and timeless quality. Article/200803/29376 Many years ago I that credit cards were the thing of the future. Credit card companies were telling us that plastic would replace cash. Well, this hasn’t happened. People are still using notes and coins. The Internet has increased the use of credit cards, but many people worry about putting their card details online. Lots of personal info gets stolen by fake sites pretending to be famous banks or online stores. Personally, I love credit cards. I always prefer to pay by card than by cash. When you use your card, you get air miles and every six months you can cash them in for presents. I do worry about credit card security. I keep waiting to see a huge purchase on my statement that I didn’t make. Article/201104/131452内蒙古呼和浩特做鼻尖整形多少钱呼市国际蒙医院去眼袋多少钱

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