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I focused in on what had caught my attention. It was a flickering florescent light at the end of the hall by the exit door that led out to the enclosed external stairwell. I didn’t think much of it till it went out completely. As I was about to walk away, it came back on as the light in front of it flicked off. It did this in rapid succession down the hall towards me, faster and faster. The truly terrifying part was not the lights but the racing shadow it created on the floor. It was as if an impenetrable black mass was charging me at ramming speed. Filled with inexplicable horror and certainty that this was the same ominous thing in the bathroom, I turned on my heels and started down the ramp only to be shoved, hard, by something. I tumbled all the way down and somehow managed to roll into a crouching position, sprang to my feet and kept running till I hit the bottom ramp. Whereby I collected myself enough to catch my breath and walk the rest of the way down. In passing the two big shut doors adjacent to the last ramp I had another weird feeling of certainty and realization: this was a hospital (we aly know that.) This basement used to be the morgue. The first level with the meat locker classroom was the operating wing that would explain the red linoleum versus the equally aged brown stuff on the subsequent floors; for all the blood spillage during surgeries. You know there were a lot of deaths here; it was a training hospital during war time.  我看着刚刚吸引我视线的东西。那是在大厅尽头的出口处的一盏忽亮忽灭的灯,出口是通往外面的楼梯的。我没想太多,直到那灯完全熄灭。但正当我要离开的时候,那灯又亮了,而它前面的那盏灯则熄灭,就这样,大厅里的灯这盏亮那盏灭的一直快速重复着,速度越来越快,朝着我的方向延伸过来。真正吓人的不是那些灯,而是灯忽明忽灭在地上产生的那些像是奔跑着的黑影。看起来就像是一个难以穿透的黑物正飞快得向我冲过来。怀着无以言表的恐惧,我确信这一定是浴室里的那个邪恶的东西在作祟,我拔腿向斜坡下跑去,却被什么东西狠狠得撞了一下。我跌倒并沿着斜坡向下滚去,中途我顺利得转换成蹲伏的姿势,我赶紧跳起来,继续沿着斜坡向下跑去,直到跑到最底层的那个斜坡。我屏住呼吸向下走去,当走过与这个斜坡紧挨着的那两扇门时,我又有了诡异的感觉:这儿原来是家医院(这我们已经知道了),这地下室以前是个停尸房。冷柜那一层原来是做手术的地方,这就能充分解释红色油毡和它下边那几层的陈旧的褐色东西的来历了,那些褐色的东西是在手术过程中流的血。你知道这儿以前是战时实习医院,这儿死过很多人。 Article/200810/53933成都/柴志教育培训学习绣眉纹眼多少钱It’s hard to believe that no one had computers a few years ago. I wonder how people lived. There must have been a lot of paperwork. I can’t imagine writing everything by hand. I also wonder how everything worked without computers. We need computers today for everything. Hospitals, airports, the police… nothing can work without computers. I’m sure I’d be ten times busier than now if I didn’t have a computer. Imagine having to find a piece of paper and an envelope and then walking down the street to mail a letter! I love my computer. It makes everything in my life so convenient. Sure, it freezes and crashes sometimes. Sure I lose some data. But that’s not often. Most of the time my computer is like my best friend. Article/201104/131258成都/大美东方培训学韩式半永久纹绣多少钱PART THREE - A YOUNG WOMAN AT THORNFIELDCHAPTER TWELVEThe Gypsy"I can prove that you're cold, and afraid, and a fool," she said. "Listen. You're cold, because you're alone. You're afraid, because you lack love. And you're a fool, because love is standing right in front of you, and you won't even try to fight for it!"I said nothing, only waited."If you really want it, happiness is waiting for you. Tell me, do you know the master of the house, Edward Rochester? What do you think of his relationship with Miss Blanche Ingram?""They seem to like one another.""Like one another?!" I'd say more than that. I think they'll get married. Clearly, they will be a very happy couple, but I did tell Miss Ingram something about the Rochester [-----1-----] that made her a little angry! If Miss Ingram meets a richer man, I think Mr. Rochester might lose his beautiful [-----2-----]...""Madam, I came to hear about my future, not Mr. Rochester's!" I shapped."All right then. Let me see your face. I see that feelings are important to you, but than common sense is your main guide in life. You will never do anything wrong or dishonest to hurt people. I like that about you... well, I must stop pretending now."Was I dreaming? The old woman's voice had changed, and become so familiar!"Well, Jane, do you know me?" asked the familiar voice. Mr. Rochester stepped out of his disguise.My face turned red. "Sir... you've been talking [-----3-----], to make me talk nonsense! It's not very fair.""Do you forgive me, Jane?""I am sure they are discussing the fortune teller. Oh, another man has come to see you today.""A stranger! I wasn't expecting anyone. Who can it be?""His name's Mason, sir, and he comes from the West Indies." 填空 :1.property2.bride3.nonsenseVocabulary FocusI said nothing, only waited:多年来孤独地寄人篱下的生活培养了简镇定、沉着与冷静的性格,尽管简意识到老妇人切中自己的情感要害,还是避而不答。 Article/200905/68653It was noon on Friday. Friday was wash day, Kerry’s least favorite day. Doing the wash was such a pain. He had to gather together all the dirty clothes. He had to turn the shirts and slacks inside out to save wear and tear on the outside of the shirts and slacks. He had to empty all the junk out of all the pockets of his clothes.Then he had to find quarters for each load of wash—four for the washer and three for the dryer. It’d be so nice to have a weekly maid, like his downstairs neighbor. Kerry piled all his clothes into the laundry basket and went downstairs. He was relieved to hear silence as he approached the laundry room; no one was using the machines. He put laundry soap and quarters into the washer, and set it at Warm Temperature and Regular Wash. A few minutes later, it was full of soapy water. He stuffed in half of the dirty clothes. This was going to be a two-load day.He placed the half-full basket on top of the churning washer. He shut the laundry room door and walked back upstairs. He set his electronic timer to 35 minutes. When the washer was done, he’d reload it and put the first load into the dryer. He sat down and opened the newspaper to the California section: "Truck Runs Over Crossing Guard," said the headline. Article/201108/148276巴中韩式半永久学习班

巴中韩式半永久培训班成都大美东方美容化妆培训学校学习绣眉纹眼多少钱有声名著之秘密花园 Chapter19暂无文本 相关名著:有声名著之查泰莱夫人的情人有声名著之简爱有声名著之呼啸山庄有声名著之傲慢与偏见有声名著之儿子与情人有声名著之红与黑有声名著之歌剧魅影有声名著之了不起的盖茨比有声名著之远大前程有声名著之巴斯史维尔猎犬 Article/200810/51438Big Rocks 人生的大石头One day, an expert in time management was speaking to a group of students and, to drive home a point, used an illustration those students will never forget. 一天,时间管理专家为一群学生讲课。他现场做了演示,给学生们留下了一生都难以磨灭的印象。As he stood in front of the group of overachievers he said, "OK, time for a quiz." He pulled out a one-gallon, wide-mouth jar and set it on the table in front of him. He also produced about a dozen fist-sized rocks and carefully placed them, one at a time, into the jar. When the jar was filled to the top and no more rocks would fit inside, he asked, "Is this jar full?" 站在那些高智商高学历的学生前面,他说:“我们来做个小测验”,拿出一个一加仑的广口瓶放在他面前的桌上。随后,他取出一堆拳头大小的石块,仔细地一块放进玻璃瓶。直到石块高出瓶口,再也放不下了,他问道:“瓶子满了?”Everyone in the class yelled, "Yes." The time management expert replied, "Really?" He reached under the table and pulled out a bucket of gravel. He dumped some gravel in and shook the jar, causing pieces of gravel to work themselves down into the spaces between the big rocks. He then asked the group once more, "Is this jar full?" 所有学生应道:“满了!”。时间管理专家反问:“真的?”他伸手从桌下拿出一桶砾石,倒了一些进去,并敲击玻璃瓶壁使砾石填满下面石块的间隙。“现在瓶子满了吗?”他第二次问道。By this time the class was on to him. "Probably not," one of them answered. "Good!" he replied. He reached under the table and brought out a bucket of sand. He started dumping the sand in the jar and it went into all of the spaces left between the rocks and the gravel. Once more he asked the question, "Is this jar full?"但这一次学生有些明白了,“可能还没有”,一位学生应道。“很好!”专家说。他伸手从桌下拿出一桶沙子,开始慢慢倒进玻璃瓶。沙子填满了石块和砾石的所有间隙。他又一次问学生:“瓶子满了吗?”"No!" the class shouted. Once again he said, "Good." Then he grabbed a pitcher of water and began to pour it in until the jar was filled to the brim. Then he looked at the class and asked, "What is the point of this illustration?" One eager student raised his hand and said, "The point is, no matter how full your schedule is, if you try really hard you can always fit some more things in it!" “没满!”学生们大声说。他再一次说:“很好!”然后他拿过一壶水倒进玻璃瓶直到水面与瓶口平。抬头看着学生,问道:“这个例子说明什么?”一个心急的学生举手发言:“无论你的时间多少,如果你确实努力,你可以做更多的事情!”"No," the speaker replied, "that's not the point. The truth this illustration teaches us is if you don't put the big rocks in first, you'll never get them in at all. What are the 'big rocks' in your life? Time with your loved ones, your education, your dreams, a worthy cause, teaching or mentoring others? Remember to put these big rocks in first or you'll never get them in at all."“不!”时间管理专家说,“那不是它真正的意思,这个例子告诉我们:如果你不是先放大石块,那你就再也不能把它放进瓶子了。那么,什么是你生命中的大石头呢?也许是你的道德感、你的梦想?还有你的---切切记得先去处理这些大石块,否则,一辈子你都不能做!”我们可曾问过自己这个问题:人一生的“大石头”是什么?找出自己人生的“大石头”,然后把它们先放进我们人生的瓶子中! Article/200803/30649成都/市纹绣培训学校Crazy Horse was Chief of the Lakota Indians, a Warrior and a Holy ManHe tried to protect his people's way of living. 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 the story of a Native American, Crazy Horse. He was a leader of the Lakota Indians. Some people call his tribe the Oglala Sioux.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:Crazy Horse's people belonged to one of seven great families who called themselves Lakota. The word Lakota means 'friends' or 'allies'. The face of a huge sculpture of Crazy Horse in South Dakota The Lakota people were hunters. They moved with the seasons. They moved through the great flat lands and the great mountains of the north-central ed States. The Lakota depended on wild animals for food and clothing, and for the materials to make their tools and homes. They depended especially on the buffalo, the great hairy ox-like creature. Huge groups of buffalo ran free across their lands.VOICE TWO:Great changes came to the Indian territories during the middle eighteen hundreds. The population of the ed States was growing. Settlers left the cities of the East for the wide open spaces of the West. The settlers followed the railroads extending across the continent. More settlers moved west when gold was discovered in California in eighteen forty-nine.The ways of the settlers were not the ways of the Indians. The culture of the white people clashed with the culture of the red people -- often in violence.The ed States army was sent to move the Indians and protect the settlers. Many Indian tribes refused to move. Their lands, they said, contained the bones of their fathers and mothers. It was holy ground. They fought the soldiers.VOICE ONE:Crazy Horse's tribe, the Lakota, had many powerful leaders and skilled warriors. Crazy Horse, himself, was greatly feared. The soldiers could not defeat him in battle. Most white people did not understand why the Lakota fought so hard. They knew little of the Indians' way of life. They did not know Crazy Horse at all.Much of what we have learned about Crazy Horse came from his own people. Even today, they still talk about him. To the Lakota, he was both a warrior and a holy man.(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:No one knows for sure when Crazy Horse was born. Perhaps around the year eighteen forty. But we do know when he died. In eighteen seventy-seven, when he was in his middle thirties.There are no photographs of Crazy Horse. But it is said that he was not very tall. And his skin was lighter than most of the Lakota people.As a boy, Crazy Horse loved to listen to the teachings of the Lakota religion. His father was a holy man of the tribe -- a medicine man. He taught the boy to honor all things, because all things had a life of their own. Not only people and animals had spirits, he said, but trees and rivers, as well. Above all was the Great Spirit.VOICE ONE:Crazy Horse's father also told him that a man should be judged only by the goodness of his actions. So the boy tried hard to tell the truth at all times and not to speak badly of others.Crazy Horse learned to be a hunter. He could lie quietly for hours watching wild animals. When he killed a bird or a deer, he always sang a prayer of thanks and sorrow. He always gave the meat to the poor and to the families that had no hunters. That was what Lakota chiefs did.VOICE TWO:In time, Crazy Horse learned that the Indians were not alone in their world. He watched one day as tribesmen brought back the body of one of the chiefs, Conquering Bear. The chief had been shot many times by soldiers after a dispute over a white man's cow. Two times in the next few years, young Crazy Horse saw the burned remains of Indian villages. All the village people, including women and children, had been shot by soldiers.All these events helped shape the personality of the young Indian. Crazy Horse became very quiet. He would go away from his village and spend days alone.His people began to call him "the strange one". The name Crazy Horse -- in the language of the Lakota --meant "wild" horse.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:When it was time for him to plan his future, his father took him high into the mountains. Together, they sang a prayer to the Great Spirit, a prayer like this:"Grandfather, Great Spirit, you have existed always, and before you there was no one. Stand close to the Earth that you may hear the voice I send. You, where the sun goes down, look at me! You, where the snow lives...you, where the day begins...you, where the summer lives...you, in the depths of the heavens, look at me! And you, Mother Earth. Give me eyes to see and the strength to understand, that I may be like you. Only with your power can I face the winds."VOICE TWO:Crazy Horse stayed on the mountain by himself for three days and nights. He did not eat or drink. He prayed that the Great Spirit would send him a dream to show him how to live.Crazy Horse dreamed. He entered the world of truth and of the spirits of all things. The Lakota people called this "the real world". They believed our world was only an image of the real world.VOICE ONE:In his dream, Crazy Horse saw a man riding a horse through clouds of darkness and battle. Bullets flew around him, but did not hit him.The man wore a stone under one ear, and a bird feather in his hair. His body was painted with sharp white lines, like lightning. A light followed him, but it was sometimes covered by darkness.Crazy Horse understood the dream as a sign. He knew his people were entering a time of darkness. He dressed himself like the man in the dream, so that no bullets would hurt him. He would try to save his land for his people. He would try to protect their way of living.VOICE TWO:Crazy Horse prayed every day -- as the sun rose, at noon, and as night came. He prayed whenever he had something difficult to do. The prayer songs would carry him back to the peace of "the real world". He would know the right thing to do.In the village, Crazy Horse did not keep things for himself. He even gave away his food. If others needed the food more, he would not eat at all. Crazy Horse spent much of his time with the children. He talked and joked with them. Yet his eyes looked through the children. He seemed to be thinking of something else.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:Crazy Horse fought in more than twenty battles against the American army. He was never hit by an enemy's bullet. In battle, his mind was clear. "Be brave!" the young men would shout as they followed him into battle. "The Earth is all that lasts."But the Earth the Indians knew did not last. The government would take most of it. The army destroyed Indian villages and captured those who would not surrender.VOICE TWO:Almost all the buffalo were gone, killed by white hunters. The people were hungry. Many Lakota and other Indians came to Crazy Horse for protection.The government sent a message to Crazy Horse. It said if he surrendered, his people could live and hunt on a part of the land that he chose. Crazy Horse and his people could fight no more. They accepted the government offer. They surrendered.The government, however, did not keep its promise to let them choose where they would live. Several months later, on September fifth, eighteen seventy-seven, Crazy Horse went to the army commander to make an angry protest. Guards arrested him. He struggled to escape. A soldier stabbed him with a knife. The great Lakota Indian chief died the next day.VOICE ONE:In nineteen thirty-nine, the tribe asked an artist to make a statue of Crazy Horse. The Indians wanted a huge statue cut into the side of a mountain. It would show Crazy Horse riding a running horse, pointing his arm to where the Earth meets the sky -- to the lands of the Lakota people. The tribe told the artist: "We would like the white man to know the red man had great heroes, too."If you visit the mountain to see the statue, you may hear in the wind the song of an old man. He sings:"Crazy Horse, your people depend on you. Be brave. Defend your people!"(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:This Special English program was written by Barbara Dash. It was produced by Mario Ritter. Our studio engineer was Sulaiman Tarawaley. I'm Steve Ember.VOICE ONE:And I'm Phoebe Zimmermann. Join us again next week for another People in America program on the Voice of America. Article/200803/31761成都伊莱恩半持久妆容学习韩式半永久雾眉毛多少钱

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