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KING: How long since you were all together, Alan, how long since?ALAN THICKE: When we did the wraparound, the intros, et cetera for the DVD we all got together. They treated us to dinner and a little barbecue and a lot of reminiscing and that was, what, maybe six months ago?JOANNA KERNS: Six months and before that the reunion.THICKE: Then we did two reunion movies, yes.KING: Joanna, when you saw the script what were you doing, what did you think of this?KERNS: I was -- I was one of those actresses that was out auditioning for every pilot out there and I -- I really, really liked the script but I actually auditioned and tested twice for this, once with many, many Jasons and then the second time with only two and it was with Mr. Thicke over there and we started the next day.KING: Did you think it would be a hit?KERNS: I had no idea. I prayed it would be a hit but I didn't know. I mean I was terrified. I was about to get divorced at that time. We were both going through divorces at that time.THICKE: But you told me you were aly divorced.KING: Jeremy, you were the youngest?JEREMY MILLER: Yes, I was, eight years old.KING: How did they -- were you a child actor?MILLER: Yes, I had started acting when I was about five and did a few guest spots on different -- different TV shows, "Charles in Charge" and "Diff'rent Strokes" and a lot of the -- lot of the different sitcoms back then.KING: How did you get this one?MILLER: They said they gave it to me because of my dolphin calls but we went in and it was a big audition, probably 300 or 400 kids and went in and just sat there and really talked to them. I don't even remember if we got to rehearsing the lines. I just went in and started telling jokes, just kind of being myself and they thought it would work.KING: Tracey Gold, what were you doing?TRACEY GOLD: Well, mine's a little complicated because I auditioned for "Growing Pains" when, you know, the pilot was being shot and I didn't get it. They cast somebody else. So, I kind of like knew that everybody was doing the pilot and had heard about "Growing Pains" and I knew that I had auditioned, hadn't gotten it. And then probably about two months later I heard that they were going to recast the part of Carol Seaver and they called and asked if I would come back in and for it and I'm like, no, you aly saw me and didn't like me.KING: We're showing the original Carol now.GOLD: Oh, there she is, yes.KING: Who was she?GOLD: Elizabeth Ward, Elizabeth Ward and she was the original Carol Seaver. And, we were in Chicago kind of vacationing and they were like, well can you -- my dad was going to come back early and they're like, "Well, can you take her back with you and she'll audition?" I'm like "I don't want to go back."So, I finally ended up going back and I auditioned because I was like, well I'm not going to get it. They saw me. They didn't like me. But I went back and auditioned. I auditioned with Kirk. I went to network and it was a long process and then I eventually got it and I was really glad because I remember like ing about it in the paper and going, "That's one I would have liked to have done."KING: Kirk, did you like it right away?KIRK CAMERON: Yes, I did. I almost didn't get the part of Mike because I didn't want to go to the audition. I was 14 years old and I was wanting to hang out with my friends and play basketball, so I was dragging my feet. I was late for the audition, ran up, knocked on the door and said "Please let me in." I did an audition and then I asked the producer "Now is this a comedy or what?" And he looked at John Pasquin, the director, and said "He's not the sharpest knife in the drawer. I think this could work," and came back and got the part.KING: And, Alan, how did it come to you?THICKE: I was just coming off one of the great failures in the history of talk shows, thanks for bringing it up, Larry, and that was "Thicke of the Night" and I was just so thrilled to -- I didn't care if the script was any good. I was just happy to have something to do for a week.And, in fact, I was in doing what I had started my career doing and that was as a writer. I was in pitching a show to A and they were developing it. They liked the idea and they said, you know, "By the way, we have this other show that we haven't found a male lead for yet" and they could maybe like use an Alan Thicke type. And, I said, "Well, I happen to be available."KING: You're a perfect Alan Thicke type.THICKE: Otherwise, I was going to be driving the Zamboni for the Kings that year, so I was very happy to get the call. And I remember when I finally got the part bursting into tears in the parking lot and phoning my two young boys...KING: Really?THICKE: ...instantly and basically feeling that now I'd be able to take care of them.KING: You also write (INAUDIBLE) right?THICKE: I do. In fact, I was admiring your tie which says, I believe, show me that smile again. That was so nice of you to wear that for us.KING: I can't it (INAUDIBLE). But you wrote the themes for "Diff'rent Strokes," "Facts of Life" and "Wheel of Fortune."THICKE: I did, yes. Yes, I did.KING: So you get money all the time.THICKE: We get a little taste every time those things appear on Nick at Nite, yes.KING: "Wheel of Fortune" you get every night right?THICKE: No, no because I wrote the original theme that ran for eight years on N and then when it went into syndication Merv Griffin, who owns the show wanted to buy the rest of the Bahamas, he replaced my music with his own but I was privileged to be on that for several years.(End)200809/47302Maureen Dowd is a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for the New York Times who tackles tough topics for a living. Now she's entering a potential mind field with her second book, it's called "Are Men Necessary? ". I like the cover by the way. Maureen Dowd. Nice to have you here. How are you doing? I'm good Matt. Despite the fact that, I mean, clearly the title of this book is gonna get a lot of attention. But why do you want to write about men and women gender in America? Well, because I have been writing about things like torture, and fake reasons to go to war and a lot of heavy things for five years, and I thought it would be fun to change the topic to gender wars. Cause we haven't talked about where men and women stand, and a long time in terms of what worked and what didn't work, starting with the sexual revolution. Right on the back cover of the book, (Right. ) you're pretty honest about what you hope to accomplish with it. Do you mind if I rea. . . it to you? "I don't understand men. They are a most inscrutable bunch really. I admit I have no answers, but for decades, I'd love to ask him the questions, I possess no special wisdom about redemption , in matters of sex and love. I'm not paddling a theory or slogan or a policy. I'm as baffled as the next woman. " So if you don't have answers, what are the questions you wanna ask? Well, that was before I saw the Panamanian mating, yes, that's all we need. Er. . . There are many questions which is starting with feminism in the late 60s or early 70s, when I came of age, we (were) supposed to protect women from being sex objects and economically dependent and caring too much about their looks and we travel this trajectory where women have gone in exactly the opposite direction. Yeah you write about the fact that here we are today and a lot of women starving themselves to death and going through plastic surgery to look like that Barbie model you are supposed to get away from. More of the women on the show, Yeah. And yeah, so we started out, you know, denouncing Barbie. Well they did, that's why I never really related, because they were trying to take all the stuff that women love, like fashion, and high heels, and shopping, and demonize it. So now, we have gone a little bit too far in the other direction where feminism has been replaced by Nazism, and women are overly obsessed with looks. So we have gone from June Cleaver in the 50s , a perfect housewife,to the bra-burni(ng) burning feminists of the 70s to, how would you describe them today? Well, now plastic breast and padded bras, and instead of not shaving their legs, they'd like the lace on the hair of their body, everything is exactly the opposite. So are you disappointed in women today? Oh no, I think it's like great progress, we started out aping men, we were going to dress like them and work like them, and have sex like them, and then we have to stop and say no, we want to relate to the world like women. So it's definitely progress. It's just access which is of very American trait. You know, it's funny because physical appearance is something you write about a lot in your book, and yet you are someone who's got a lot of ink over your own appearance. She had been called the vixen and the bombshell, in the articles I've , you've been accused of being someone who uses your feminine charms to, to kind of get what you want. How do you plead? Well, Ok, so in the book I do a lot of gender blending, so what about you, are you a vixen or bombshell? I don't know what is the equivalent term with the, . . , I probably wouldn't fit the characterization. I mean I think a lot of women tune into your show to see you. . Oh Yeah! You're a raven here and a vixen about it. . But I didn't write a book about it. So, just curious, do you plead guilty in the fact that you have also taken to some of these things in terms of physical appearance. No, that's the point of the book, that in early feminism they didn't allow women to like glamour, and fashion, and all the things we like. So It's ok now! Oh, Yeah, the only difficulty is if it goes too far in women, goes so far back in retro-terms and being so obsessed with looks. So they don't even know who's getting on the Supreme Court. Talk about that what you write about men ok, where men stand right now. Do you still believe when you talk about a study, a British study, from the 20s or so? where it's basically smart men, powerful men don't want women with high IQs by their side. Do you still believe that? Oh, well I agree with Katie, I think strong successful women can get men. Look at Katie, men are falling all over her. It's not that , it's just a little trickier, a little harder than we might have thought at the beginning when it was a road to utopian equality. Because a lot of that things we did to fascinate men, like having high power careers, and, you know, the snappy 40s be entered which Katie is an expert at that, ended up some man find that dreaming, that's awesome. Intimidating! Yeah! I meant a lot of men, Sarah Silverman has an article in Radar this month, it's about when she was at the stand-up Comedian Club, you know, she wanted it to the comics, because they had a sheer passion, but the comics wanted it to the waitresses cause they were in odd. So a lot of men, you know, like to be with women who're in odd of them, but that's no problem, then you just look for man who like to banter and play. When you work for paper like the New York Times, you write a book. Is it a harrowing ordeal to open the paper and the review of your own book inside of it? Well, I did actually. . . Cause I didn't think it was all that wonderful of a review. No, oh, Well, I never. . . I never anything about myself, but my mum had a great saying "In cases where people were being catty about you which is just put out the saucer of milk. " Get y for the , yeah. . I'd let her complete the sentence, all right. Maureen Dowd , thanks so much. Thanks Matt. Good to have you here and if you like to next except from the book. It's called "Are Men Necessary? ", you can go to our website at today. msnbc. com. 200807/45139Despite Difficulties, Kremlin Sees Better Ties With US俄罗斯对未来美俄关系持乐观态度Kremlin leaders are offering a positive assessment about the future of U.S.-Russian relations, but caution that a number of difficult issues continue to separate the two sides, particularly those involving missile defense.  俄罗斯领导人对未来的美俄关系给予正面评价,但是他们也对一些持续给美俄双方造成分歧的难题提出警告,尤其是那些涉及导弹防御的问题。Russian President Vladimir Putin told visiting U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Defense Secretary Robert Gates that he considers a letter he recently received from President George W. Bush to be a serious document, which the Russian side has thoroughly analyzed.  俄罗斯总统普京对到访的美国国务卿赖斯和美国国防部长盖茨说,他最近收到美国总统布什的一封信,他把这封信看作是一个重要文件,俄罗斯方面对这封信进行了全面的分析。Mr. Putin said if both sides are able to reach agreement on the letter's main points, it will be possible to say the U.S.-Russian dialogue is developing in a very productive manner. The Russian leader says a number of bilateral problems may be considered resolved. He notes, however, that many others still need to be discussed. 普京总统说,如果美俄双方能在这封信中提到的主要观点上达成一致的话,那么美俄之间的对话将有可能以一种富有成果的方式发展下去。普京总统说,有一些双边问题可以看作是已经解决了,不过他指出,还有其他一些问题需要讨论。Mr. Putin's successor Dmitri Medvedev met separately with Rice and Gates, saying there is an opportunity for continuity in U.S.-Russian relations despite divergence on key strategic issues between the two countries.  普京总统的继任者梅德韦杰夫与赖斯和盖茨单独举行了会晤。梅德韦杰夫表示,尽管美俄双方在关键性的战略问题上存在意见分歧,但是双方仍然有机会保持美俄关系的连续性。Russia's president-elect says differences between Russia and the ed States remain on such issues as the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, or START, and missile defense. Nonetheless, Medvedev says there is will and determination to move ahead. He also notes the presence of every opportunity to create a necessary foundation for near-term continuity in U.S.-Russian relations.  新当选的俄罗斯总统梅德韦杰夫说,俄罗斯和美国在一些问题上仍然存在着意见分歧,比如《削减战略武器条约》和导弹防御问题。尽管如此,梅德韦杰夫说,他们有意愿和决心去推动这些问题的解决。他还指出为美俄关系在短期内的连续性创造必要基础的每一个机会。Medvedev adds that visiting U.S. officials are likely to face difficult talks on Tuesday with their Russian counterparts, Sergei Lavrov and Anatoly Serdyukov.  梅德韦杰夫还说,到访的美国官员在星期二会晤俄罗斯外长拉夫罗夫和俄罗斯国防部长谢尔久科夫时,可能会面临一些困难。Rice and Gates arrived in Moscow with lowered expectations for progress in so-called two-plus-two talks among the defense and foreign-policy chiefs of both countries. Each side announced in advance that they expect the other to initiate movement. Russian officials said progress depends on serious proposals from the ed States.  赖斯和盖茨抵达莫斯科时,他们对美俄两国国防和外交政策领导人之间举行的这次名为“二加二”的会谈能够取得进展的期望不高。双方都事先宣布说,他们希望另一方主动提出行动方案。俄罗斯官员说,会谈的进展取决于美国提出的重要建议。But Defense Secretary Gates said the ed States has put a lot on the table in terms of missile defense proposals and it is time for the Russians to reciprocate. Gates added that he sees potential for progress during the Moscow talks, but cautioned that he would not get too excited at this point.  但是美国国防部长盖茨说,美国已经把很多有关导弹防御计划的建议列入谈判内容,现在是俄罗斯方面做出回应的时候了。盖茨还说,他认为这次莫斯科会谈有希望取得进展,但是他也警告说,自己目前还不能过分乐观。Both sides will be discussing a replacement for the 1991 START treaty, which set limits on U.S. and Russian nuclear weapons. The treaty expires next year. Secretary Rice has said the ed States does not object to a formal agreement, but notes it is important to know what would be formalized.  美俄双方将讨论1991年签订的《削减战略武器条约》的替代协议,该条约限制美国和俄罗斯的核武器的发展。这项条约将在明年期满失效。美国国务卿赖斯说,美国不反对签订一份正式条约,但是她指出,了解正式条约的内容非常重要。The Kremlin also opposes a U.S. plan to deploy a missile defense system in Poland and the Czech Republic to offset a potential threat from Iran. Moscow is expressing fear the system could eliminate Russia's strategic deterrent. 俄罗斯还反对美国在波兰和捷克共和国部署导弹防御系统的计划。该导弹防御计划是为了消除来自伊朗的潜在威胁。俄罗斯方面则担忧该导弹防御计划会消除俄罗斯的战略威摄。An alternative Kremlin plan includes a joint Russian-American missile defense radar in Azerbaijan. American officials have been cool to this idea. The ed States has proposed delaying activation of the Central European sites until Iran demonstrated evidence of a genuine missile threat. The ed States also offered Russia access to the sites. Secretary Gates is in Moscow, still healing an arm that he broke in a recent slip on the ice. He joked that the injury might make it easier to negotiate with him. "We shall see," responded Dmitri Medvedev. 200803/31094UN Says Conflicts, Hardships Create New Refugees贫困和内乱在各地制造更多难民   The U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, Antonio Guterres, warns extreme poverty, climate change and civil strife are generating more refugees around the world. He says the growing number of refugees and migrants is leading to more intolerance and xenophobia. 联合国难民事务高级专员古特雷斯警告说,极端贫困、气候变化和内乱频仍在世界各地制造更多的难民。他说,越来越多的难民和移民导致不宽容和仇外的心态。The U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, Antonio Guterres, says refugee numbers were going down until 2005. He says the reason is that peace agreements ended wars in places such as Sudan, Angola, Liberia and Sierra Leone and allowed millions of people to return home. 联合国难民事务高级专员古特雷斯说,在2005年之前,难民人数一直在下降。他说,难民数量下降的原因是在苏丹、安哥拉、利比里亚和塞拉利昂等地达成了结束战争的和平协议,使数以百万计的人返回家园。He says about four million refugees went back to Afghanistan after the overthrow of the Taliban and now just over two million refugees remain, mainly in Pakistan. 他说,在推翻塔利班政权之后,大约有400万难民回到阿富汗。现在还有大约两百万阿富汗难民,他们主要滞留在巴基斯坦。But, in the past few months, he says, there have been many arrivals of new refugees in Eastern Africa. He says people from Chad, Sudan, Central African Republic, Cameroon, Eritrea, Ethiopia and others are fleeing to escape war at home. 但是在过去几个月中,东非出现不少新的难民。他说,人们为了逃避本国发生的战乱纷纷逃离乍得、苏丹、中非共和国、喀麦隆、厄立特里亚、埃塞俄比亚等国。 Guterres says an indication of the seriousness of the situation can be seen by how many of the 300-member UNHCR emergency response teams are being called into action. 古特雷斯说,从有300个队员的联合国难民事务高级专员公署紧急应变队执行任务的数字就可以看出局势的严重性。"Last year, we moved altogether 174 people during the whole year," he said. "Until two weeks ago we have aly mobilized 150. So in the beginning of May, we have mobilized almost as much as in the whole of 2007 in having to respond to specific crises here or there. And, this corresponds to a very worrying pattern."  他说:“去年,我们全年共出动174人,然而在两个星期前,我们已经出动了150人。 因此,到5月初,我们在对这里或者那里出现的特别危机做出反应时出动的人员已经相当于整个2007年出动的人员总和。这种趋势非常令人担忧 。” Guterres says displacement is on the rise everywhere. He attributes this to extreme poverty, aggravated by soaring food and energy prices, the growing impact of climate change, which is causing sping drought in Africa, and civil conflict. 古特雷斯说,流离失所的现象无处不在。他把这种现象归咎于极端贫困、粮食价格和能源价格的急遽飙升、日益恶化的气候变化的影响造成干旱在非洲蔓延,以及国家内部的冲突。He says mass migration is leading to an erosion of tolerance in communities and between communities. 他说,大规模移民导致社区内部以及社区和社区之间的容忍之心减少。"The recent events in South Africa or the trend in many European countries for pressure for legislation restricting migration or asylum," said Guterres. "It is a global problem in developed and developing world. We are witnessing these factors of tension-security, economy, poverty, but also environmental degradation. These factors contribute to the sp of feelings of intolerance and in some more extreme situations of xenophobia."  他说:“最近在南非以及在许多欧洲国家发生立法压力以限制移民或者限制政治庇护,这是发展中国家和发达国家都存在的一个全球性问题。我们正在目睹这些因素,如安全紧张、经济、贫困等,同时还有环境恶化等,这些因素造成宽容心的缺失,甚至在一些比较极端的情况下发展成仇外心理。” Guterres says this, in turn, further endangers peace, social stability and harmony in societies.  古特雷斯说,这反过来进一步危及和平、社会稳定和社会和谐。Figures from 2006 show the UNHCR cares for almost 10 million refugees worldwide. This is a 14 percent increase from the year before. 2006年的数字显示,联合国难民事务高级专员公署在世界范围内安置近1000万难民,比一年前增加14 %。 200805/39718

to get carried away ------ 情绪激动 英文释义To become excessively excited and active. 例句I told my brother not to get carried away every time he meets a beautiful young woman and thinks he is in love.我对我的兄弟说,不要每次见到美女就情绪激动,以为自己恋爱了。 /201610/466534

Iraq War Enters Sixth Year伊拉克战争五年回顾 仍在平暴Five years ago, on March 20, 2003, U.S.-led forces invaded Iraq to overthrow a dictatorship that President Bush accused of developing weapons of mass destruction. No WMD were ever found. In this first in a series of reports on the Iraq war, the fight against an insurgency continues even though a troop surge last year has helped reduce the level of violence. 五年前,也就是2003年3月20号,以美国为首的联军攻入伊拉克,推翻了被布什总统指称研制大规模杀伤性武器的萨达姆独裁政权。但是,在伊拉克没有找到大规模杀伤性武器。尽管去年实行的增兵计划使伊拉克境内的暴力事件有所减少,但打击暴乱活动的战斗仍在继续。Combat in Iraq, and U.S. troops are still battling insurgents, five years after the invasion. 在对伊战争爆发五年之后,美国军队仍在同暴乱分子作战。A U.S.-led coalition of some 300,000 troops launched the attack on Iraq in the pre-dawn hours of March 20, 2003. The objective was to topple Saddam Hussein's dictatorship - accused by the ed States and its coalition partners of possessing and actively developing weapons of mass destruction.  2003年3月20号凌晨,以美国为首的大约30万联军向伊拉克发动进攻。这场战争的目的是推翻被美国及其盟友指称拥有并积极研制大规模杀伤武器的萨达姆政权。In the build-up to the war, then U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell laid out the case against Iraq before the U.N. Security Council. In his presentation, he displayed aerial photographs of alleged chemical weapons sites and mobile labs designed to make nerve agents. 在准备发动战争的过程中,当时的美国国务卿鲍威尔在联合国安理会说明了向伊拉克开战的理由。鲍威尔在讲话中展示了从空中拍摄的照片,其中的图像被说成是化学武器所在地以及用于制造神经毒气的移动式实验室。"Ladies and gentlemen, these are sophisticated facilities. For example, they can produce anthrax and botulinum toxin - in fact they can produce enough dry biological agent to kill thousands upon thousands of people," he said.U.S.-led forces soon achieved the invasion's main objective - overthrowing Saddam Hussein's regime. Saddam himself was captured in December 2003, and then executed three years later after a lengthy trial.  以美国为首的联军很快就完成了对伊战争的主要目标,推翻了萨达姆政权。2003年12月,萨达姆被抓获。经过长时间的审判后,萨达姆于三年后被处死。But no weapons of mass destruction were ever found, despite thorough searches of the Iraqi countryside by U.S. soldiers and teams of weapons specialists. By 2004, it was clear that any WMD Saddam Hussein possessed had been destroyed in the 1990s.  然而,尽管美国军人和武器专家组对伊拉克农村地区进行了全面的搜寻,但并没有找到任何大规模杀伤武器。人们在2004年明确得知,萨达姆曾经拥有的所有大规模杀伤武器都在上世纪90年代销毁了。Meanwhile, an insurgency initially made up mainly of Sunni fighters grew in strength, taking a heavy toll on U.S. forces through roadside bombs and other attacks. Iraqi civilians, especially Shi'ites, also were targeted and many were killed. 最初主要由逊尼派穆斯林发动的暴乱活动不断增多,大量美国军人死于路边炸弹和其他袭击。伊拉克平民,特别是什叶派穆斯林,也成为袭击目标,很多人遭到杀害。Anthony Cordesman, a military expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, says the Bush administration was unprepared to deal with the invasion's aftermath. 战略及国际研究中心的军事专家科德斯曼说,布什政府对伊拉克战争的善后工作没有做好准备。"We went into Iraq prepared for one kind of war which was to overthrow Saddam's regime and defeat Iraq's conventional forces. We had the illusion we wouldn't need stability operations and nation-building," he said. "We were unprepared for what happened, we did not create the conditions for stability."200803/31097

Israel Begins 5-day Civil Defense Drill Amid War Fears以色列举行民防演习引发邻国担心  Israel has launched a major civil defense exercise amid fears of war.  在人们广泛担心爆发战争之际,以色列举行了一次大规模的民防演习。Israel is conducting a five-day home-front security drill to prepare for the possibility of a major terrorist attack, war or natural disaster. Schools, hospitals and government offices are involved in the drill, which includes preparation for a missile attack with nuclear, chemical or biological warheads.  以色列正在进行一次为期5天的后方安全演习,为可能发生大规模恐怖袭击、战争或自然灾害做准备。参加这次演习的包括学校、医院和政府机构。演习的内容包括为发生携带核弹头、化学弹头或生物弹头的导弹袭击做准备。The drill has raised fears in neighboring Lebanon and Syria that Israel might be planning an attack, and those countries have raised the level of alert in their armed forces. Prime Minister Ehud Olmert sought to ease tensions. 这次军事演习引发邻国黎巴嫩和叙利亚的担忧,他们担心以色列可能计划发动袭击。这些国家已经让自己的武装部队进入戒备状态。以色列总理奥尔默特希望能缓和紧张局势。It is a routine drill, Mr. Olmert said at the weekly Cabinet meeting, adding that Israel does not want a war. 奥尔默特在每周一次的例行内阁会议上说,这是一次例行的演习,以色列并不想发动战争。The exercise underscores concerns about a non-conventional war with Iran, which Israel believes is developing nuclear weapons. Iran says its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes, but its president has threatened to wipe Israel "off the map." 这次演习增强了人们对同伊朗发生非常规战争的担忧。以色列认为伊朗在发展核武器。伊朗表示,他们发展核项目是为了和平目的,但是伊朗总统威胁说,要把以色列“从地图上抹去”。Coby Vinsburg of Israel's National Emergency Management Authority says the Middle East is a bad neighborhood that is becoming more dangerous. 以色列国家紧急应变的温斯伯格说,中东是一个糟糕的地方,变得越来越危险。"Israel has to be y all the time in a very high alert and very high level," said Vinsburg. 他说:“以色列必须随时做好准备,处于高度戒备状态。”The civil defense exercise is the biggest in years, and in a sign of growing regional tensions, from now on it will be conducted annually. 这次民防演习是数年来最大的一次。从现在开始,以色列每年都要举行这样的演习,这显示这个地区的紧张局势在不断加剧。200804/33770

Wild Europe - Genesis 肇始之初- 7 And when this rock was quarried, it also revealed traces of real monsters, the bones of huge dinosaurs. 117 million years ago, Oxford was a real-life Jurassic Park. Dinosaur fossils have been found throughout Europe. In La Rioja in Spain, the traces they've left are not only the bones. Hundreds of dinosaur tracks have been discovered in this mountainous region, some revealing an ancient struggle between predator and prey, a deadly drama from the Age of the Dinosaurs frozen forever in a layer of rock. As reptiles conquered the skies above ancient Europe, dramatic changes were affecting the western shores. Pangea continued to disintegrate, Europe was tearing itself away from what is now North America. This separation gave birth to one of the world's great oceans, the Atlantic. As this ocean grew, pterosaurs were not the only creatures exploring the air. And the most famous evidence for that is found here, in Solnhofen in Bavaria. This tiny community is famous for the unique qualities of the local rock. The limestone quarried here is extremely fine-grained and can be worked into thin and very light slabs.words and expressionsquarry: (v.) To obtain (stone) from a quarry, as by cutting, digging, or blasting. 采石grain : (v.) To cause to form into grains; granulate 使...成为粒状slab: (n.) A broad, flat, thick piece, as of cake, stone, or cheese.200809/47510

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