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彬格莱死样怪气地说:“达西先生,我倒担心,她这次的冒失行为,会影响你对她那双美丽的眼睛的爱慕吧?”达西回答道:“一点儿影响也没有,她跑过了这趟路以后,那双眼睛更加明亮了。”;It shows an affection for her sister that is very pleasing, ; said Bingley.;I am afraid, Mr. Darcy, ; observed Miss Bingley in a half whisper, ;that this adventure has rather affected your admiration of her fine eyes. ;;Not at all, ; he replied; ;they were brightened by the exercise. ; A short pause followed this speech, and Mrs. Hurst began again:;I have a excessive regard for Miss Jane Bennet, she is really a very sweet girl, and I wish with all my heart she were well settled. But with such a father and mother, and such low connections, I am afraid there is no chance of it. ;;I think I have heard you say that their uncle is an attorney on Meryton. ;;Yes; and they have another, who lives somewhere near Cheapside. ;;That is capital, ; added her sister, and they both laughed heartily.;If they had uncles enough to fill ALL Cheapside, ; cried Bingley, ;it would not make them one jot less agreeable. ;;But it must very materially lessen their chance of marrying men of any consideration in the world, ; replied Darcy.To this speech Bingley made no answer; but his sisters gave it their hearty assent, and indulged their mirth for some time at the expense of their dear friend#39;s vulgar relations.With a renewal of tenderness, however, they returned to her room on leaving the dining-parlour, and sat with her till summoned to coffee.She was still very poorly, and Elizabeth would not quit her at all, till late in the evening, when she had the comfort of seeing her sleep, and when it seemed to her rather right than pleasant that she should go downstairs herself. On entering the drawing-room she found the whole party at loo, and was immediately invited to join them; but suspecting them to be playing high she declined it, and making her sister the excuse, said she would amuse herself for the short time she could stay below, with a book. Mr. Hurst looked at her with astonishment.;Do you prefer ing to cards?; said he; ;that is rather singular. ;;Miss Eliza Bennet, ; said Miss Bingley, ;despises cards. She is a great er, and has no pleasure in anything else. ;;I deserve neither such praise nor such censure, ; cried Elizabeth; ;I am NOT a great er, and I have pleasure in many things. ;;In nursing your sister I am sure you have pleasure, ; said Bingley; ;and I hope it will be soon increased by seeing her quite well. ;Elizabeth thanked him from her heart, and then walked towards the table where a few books were lying. He immediately offered to fetch her others--all that his library afforded.;And I wish my collection were larger for your benefit and my own credit; but I am an idle fellow, and though I have not many, I have more than I ever looked into. ;Elizabeth assured him that she could suit herself perfectly with those in the room.;I am astonished, ; said Miss Bingley, ;that my father should have left so small a collection of books. What a delightful library you have at Pemberley, Mr. Darcy!; Article/201106/140884Golden Week is such a lovely time to be in Japan. The weather is great and everyone is relaxed. There’s a real holiday feeling all over the country. It’s one of my favorite times of the year. The only down side is that the roads are full of traffic. You can spend hours stuck in traffic jams. So I usually stay at home and do things near my house. I love going on picnics in local parks. I’m English so I find it really interesting to see how Japanese people have picnics. Very different from picnics in England. Many people have the whole week off work to celebrate the different holidays. The Emperor’s birthday and Constitution Day are important and so is Greenery Day, but I like Children’s Day. This is when Japanese parents do special things for their kids. Article/201104/134112Buckminster Fuller, 1895-1983: Building Designer, Engineer, Inventor, Thinker, Poet He was one of the most unusual thinkers of the twentieth century. VOICE ONE:I'm Phoebe Zimmermann.VOICE TWO: And I'm Steve Ember with the VOA Special English program People in America. Today we tell about an unusual man who had many abilities. (MUSIC)VOICE ONE: R. Buckminster Fuller Building designer. Engineer. Inventor. Thinker. Poet. Not five people. Just one: Richard Buckminster Fuller. "Bucky" Fuller, as he was known, was one of the most unusual thinkers of the twentieth century. His aim in life was to make the human race a success in the universe. Bucky Fuller spent most of his life searching for new ideas. He also searched for unusual connections between existing ideas. He described himself in these words: "A complete, future-thinking design-science explorer."Fuller believed deeply in technology. Through technology, he said, people can do anything they need to do. VOICE TWO: R. Buckminster Fuller died in nineteen eighty-three at the age of eighty-seven. During his long life, he discussed his idea about technology and human survival. He called his idea "dymaxion." It came from three words. Dynamic, meaning a force. Maximum, meaning the most. And ion, which is an atom or group of atoms with an electrical charge. Fuller explained the word dymaxion as a method of doing more with less. Everything he did was guided by this idea. He designed a dymaxion car, a dymaxion house, and a dymaxion map of the world. But he probably is known best for another invention -- the geodesic dome. A geodesic dome is a round building made of many straight-sided pieces. Talking about R. Buckminster Fuller means using strange words. This is because Fuller himself invented words to describe his ideas and designs. His designs were way ahead of his time. They still are. (MUSIC)VOICE ONE:R. Buckminster Fuller was born in Milton, Massachusetts, in eighteen ninety-five. Bucky could not see clearly, because his eyes did not point straight ahead. So, his world was filled with masses of color without clear shapes. When he was four years old, he got eyeglasses to correct the problem. Suddenly, he could see the shapes of people's faces. He could see stars in the sky and leaves on the trees. He never lost his joy at the beauty he discovered in the world. As a child, Bucky Fuller questioned everything. He was a very independent thinker at an early age. His refusal to accept other people's ideas and rules continued as he grew older. One result was that he never completed his university studies. He was expelled two times from Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He thought his time was better spent having fun than studying. Yet Bucky Fuller was very serious about learning. He proved this when he joined the American navy during World War One. VOICE TWO:In the navy, he learned all about navigation, mathematics, mechanics, communications and electronics engineering. He loved this world of modern technology. Soon after he joined the navy, he designed new rescue equipment. It helped save the lives of some pilots during training. Fuller's good navy record won him a short-term appointment to the ed States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. It was there he first developed two ideas that were important for the rest of his life. While studying warships, Fuller realized that they weighed much less than buildings, yet were able to do much more. He decided better designs could also help humans do more, using fewer materials. VOICE ONE:In nineteen seventeen, Bucky Fuller married Anne Hewlett. Their daughter, Alexandra, was born about a year later. Bucky was a very emotional man, as well as an intellectual one. He loved his little daughter. She was the wonder of his world. Then Alexandra became very sick. The medicine to cure her had not been invented yet. She died at the age of four. Bucky Fuller blamed himself, although he had done everything he could to save her. His sorrow overcame him. He began to drink too much alcohol. Yet he continued to work hard. Fuller was head of a company that made a light-weight building material. He was not a successful businessman, however. And the company began to fail. He was dismissed by the owners. It was nineteen twenty-seven. His wife had just given birth to another baby girl. They were living in Chicago, Illinois. He had no job and no money. He felt he was a complete failure. VOICE TWO:Bucky Fuller walked through the streets of Chicago along lake Michigan. He stood silently on the shore. He considered killing himself. Then, as he explained later, he realized he did not have the right to kill himself. He said he had felt something inside him that day. He called it the Greater Intelligence or God. It told him he belonged to the universe. So Bucky Fuller decided to live. And he would live the way he thought best. He promised to spend his remaining years in search of designs that could make human existence on Earth easier. This began his great creative period. (MUSIC)VOICE ONE: A dymaxion house Fuller's first design was the dymaxion house. It was not built at the place it would stand. It was built in a factory, then moved. It did not cost much to build. And it did not look like a traditional house in America. Its roof hung from a huge stick in the center. Its walls were made of glass. It contained everything needed for people to live. Power came from the sun. Water was cleaned and re-used. Fuller then designed and built the dymaxion car. It looked a little like the body of an airplane. It had three wheels instead of four. It could go as fast as one hundred eighty kilometers an hour. It carried up to twelve passengers. Several companies were interested in building and selling Fuller's house and car. But his designs were so different, so extreme, that banks were not willing to lend money for the projects. So the dymaxion house -- which could have provided low-cost housing for everyone -- was never built. And the dymaxion car -- which could have provided safe, pollution-free transportation using little gasoline -- was never produced. VOICE TWO:Bucky Fuller did not give up his idea of doing more with less. He had an idea for another building design. It would provide the most strength with the least amount of material. He began looking for the perfect shape. Fuller found it in nature. It appeared in the shapes of organic compounds and metals. The main part of his design is a four-sided pyramid. To create a building, many pyramids are connected to each other. The connecting piece has eight sides. Together, these two shapes create a very strong, light-weight rounded structure. The structure can be covered with any kind of material. And it can stand without any supports inside. Fuller named this structure the geodesic dome. It covers more space with less material than any other building ever designed. VOICE ONE:A geodesic dome in Montreal, Canada After a number of experimental geodesic domes were built, industry began to understand the value of the design. Today, there are about one hundred thousand different large and small geodesic domes in use around the world. However, no one yet has acted on one of Fuller's ideas for the geodesic dome. There are no limits to the size of a geodesic dome. So Fuller proposed using them over cities or over areas that had severe weather. A geodesic dome that size would make it possible to have complete control over the environment inside it. (MUSIC)VOICE TWO:Most of Bucky Fuller's inventions did not earn him much money. A lot of what he did earn he spent travelling around the world. He told anyone who would listen about his ideas for human life on this planet. He called the planet "Spaceship Earth." Humans, he said, are astronauts on Spaceship Earth. They are travelling one hundred thousand kilometers an hour around the sun. He said the Earth is like a large mechanical device that will survive only if people living on it know how to operate it correctly. People must live on Earth just as astronauts live in a spaceship. They must use their supplies wisely, and re-use them. Buckminster Fuller said humans are able, through planning and wise use of natural supplies, to feed and house themselves forever. (MUSIC)VOICE ONE:This VOA Special English program, People in America, was written by Marilyn Rice Christiano. It was produced by Lawan Davis. Our studio engineer was Sulaiman Tarawaley. I'm Phoebe Zimmerman.VOICE TWO:And I'm Steve Ember. Join us again next week for another People in America program on the Voice of America. Article/200803/32044

“People have been traveling by car for 100 years. My invention is long overdue. Who hasn’t had an emergency while traveling? Sometimes you’re miles from the nearest gas station or McDonald’s. Everyone knows that when you gotta go, you gotta go,” said Phil Bole.Phil has invented a chemical toilet for vehicles. One size fits all (vehicles and people). It is made from recycled materials. It never smells bad, he claims. Between uses, it can be stored in the trunk. When the toilet is full, an adult or child can compress it into the size of a bowling ball. The waste matter in the toilet is continuously being absorbed by chemicals and bacteria. Eventually, all the waste matter turns into a pile of dry crumbs.The toilet can be dropped into any trash can at any time.Phil tested his invention while on a two-week vacation with his wife and four young kids. He said that the kids loved it. His wife didn’t.“Nothing on Earth could make me use that disgusting thing!” she told him. He pleaded with her, saying that he had invented the toilet primarily for women and kids. He needed a woman’s blessing so the toilet would sell. “No woman would ever use this thing!” she responded.“My wife’s sort of a prude,” Phil said one day to Bret, his mechanic. After much thought, Phil finally figured out how to make his wife love his invention: he made a pink toilet covered with yellow flowers. “What more could a woman want?” he asked while showing it to Bret. Bret said it was a beautiful and a practical gift. And since his wife's birthday was the following week, Bret ordered a toilet. "Your wife will remember this birthday forever!" Phil promised Bret. Article/201106/139709

;I am sorry, my lady,;he said.;I don#39;t hate you, but this is my work. Please forgive me.; “我很抱歉,我的夫人,”他说。“我不想伤害你,但这是我的工作。请原谅我。” ;Of course I forgive you,;mary said.;I am old, and tired,and you#39;re going to open my prison doors for me. I am going to see God.Do your work well.; “当然我会原谅你。”玛丽说。“我老了,也感到累了,你将为我打开监狱的大门。我将去见上帝了。好好干。” Then she looked at me and her friends.;Don#39;t cry for me,ladies,;she said.;Please, don#39;t cry now.; 随后她看着我和她的朋友们。“不要为我而哭,夫人们,”她说。“现在请别哭了。” She could not walk to the block, so the executioner helped her. He took off her white veil, and then he took off her black dress, and put it on the floor. She stood there, in her red pet-ticoat,with a smile on her face. Then the executioner put something over her eyes. Very slowly, Mary put her head on the block. 她不能走到木台那儿,于是那刽子手拉她过去。他脱下她白色的纱裙,然后脱下她黑色的连衣裙,放到地板上去。她站在那里,穿着红色的衬裙,脸上带着微笑。接着,那刽子手用东西遮住了她的眼睛。慢慢地,慢慢地,玛丽将头放在了木台上。 ;The Lord my God is my one true friend,;she said.;I give my life,oh God,into your hands.; “我的主上帝是我的一个真正的朋友,”她说。“噢,上帝,我把我的生命放进你的手中。” Then the executioner lifted his axe, once… twice… oh God!three times…and her head—her poor,poor head,fell on the floor. 然后那刽子手举起了他的斧子。一次……两次……噢,上帝!三次……她的头——她的可怜的,可怜的头颅,掉在了地板上。 It was very quiet in the room after that. It is a little thing,a head—a very little thing. But there was so much blood—blood on her red petticoat, blood on her black dress and her white veil, blood on the executioner#39;s shoes, blood all over the floor. Blood, blood everywhere. 在那之后房间是一片寂静。它只是个小东西,一只头颅——一个非常小的东西。但却有这么多血——鲜血渗到她红色的衬裙上,渗到她黑色的连衣裙和她那白色的纱裙上,鲜血流到了刽子手的鞋上,地板上到处是血,血,到处是血。 We all looked, and said nothing. The executioner put down his axe and stood quietly. And then Mary#39;s little dog came out from under her bloody dress and veil, and walked slowly, un-happily, through the blood towards her head. 我们怔怔地看着,一句话也说不出来。刽子手放下了斧子,一言不发地站着。那时,玛丽的小从她那被鲜血染红了的连衣裙和纱裙下面钻了出来,淌过鲜血很伤心地,慢慢地走向她的头颅。 My lord,the story of your poor mother#39;s life finishes here.We, her friends, cry for her, but that is how your mother died. She died like a Queen. A good lady and a famous Queen. 我的国王,有关你可怜的母亲的生平就说到这里了。我们,做为她的朋友,为她哭泣,但这就是你母亲怎么死的。她死得像个女王。一位好夫人,一位驰名的女王。 Mary, Queen of Scots. 玛丽,苏格兰女王。 Article/201204/179032

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