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济南宫颈糜烂激光济南长虹医院妇科挂号One night the sweeper was awakened from his dreams by the sound of the parish bells ringing out loudly in the darkness. He leapt to his feet, fearing some emergency, and then realized that his wife and children had not stirred in their beds. Remembering the evil priest's last words, the sweeper felt sure that the mysterious ringing of the bells was for his ears alone, to lead him to the treasure.   Taking his shovel, the sweeper followed the sound of the church bells up into the hills. He was gasping for breath when he reached the source of the sound. He was on a wide ledge overlooking the valley. Two trees guarded the spot, and it was beside these trees that the glowing, ghostly church bells hovered. Taking his shovel, the poor sweeper dug a deep hole among the roots of the trees. After several moments, his shovel hit something hard! Eagerly, he swept the dirt away from the object and found a small chest. He hauled it out of the ditch with trembling hands, placed it on a rock, and broke the lock with the edge of his shovel. when he opened it, piles of yellow gold met his dazzled eyes. He gathered up a handful of coins, reveling in the weight of so much money. The coins were cool to his touch, and he felt the smoothness of the metal as he rubbed the coins between his fingers. And that was when he heard the moaning...   有一天晚上,他被教堂的钟声唤醒,钟声在夜晚时分显得格外洪亮。他恐怕是发生了什么突发事件于是就下了床,但是随即发现妻子和孩子们还都在熟睡中。他想起邪恶神父的临终遗言,此时他确信这神秘的钟声肯定只是给他一个人听的,是在引领着他去找那些黄金。  他拿起铁锨,跟着钟声传来的方向上了山,来到声音发出的地方已经是上气不接下气。这里岩石向外突出形成一片宽阔的平台,站在上面可以俯瞰下面的山谷。有两棵树守护着这里,旁边萦绕着洪亮而又有点阴森恐怖的钟声。可怜的清洁工抡起铁锨,在两棵树中间深深的挖了下去,过了没多久,铁锨碰到了一个硬邦邦的东西。他迫不及待的拂去上面的土,发现那是个小箱子。他颤抖着双手把箱子拽了出来放到一块石头上,用铁锨砸开了锁。当他打开盖子,满满一箱黄澄澄的金子简直让他眼花缭乱。他抓了满满一手金币,见自己有了如此多的钱他此时心花怒放。金币很凉,他用手指挲着它们体会着黄金表面的平滑,这时他听到了呻吟的声音… Article/200809/50562济南盆腔炎哪个医院好 A Treasure Ship Captain 郑和下西洋 ── 三保太监的不朽航程Early in the 15th century, a huge fleet of ships set sail from Nanjing. It was the first of a series of voyages that would, for a brief period, establish China as the leading power of the age. The voyage was led by Zheng He, the most important Chinese adventurer of all time and one of the greatest sailors the world has ever known. In fact, some people think he was the original model for the legendary Sinbad the Sailor. In 1371, Zheng He was born in what is now Yunnan Province to Muslim parents, who named him Ma Sanpao. When he was 11 years old, invading Ming armies captured Ma and took him to Nanjing. There he was castrated and made to serve as a eunuch in the imperial household.Ma befriended a prince there who later became the Yong Le Emperor, one of the Ming Dynasty's most distinguished. Brave, strong, intelligent and totally loyal, Ma won the trust of the prince who, after ascending the throne, gave him a new name and made him Grand Imperial Eunuch. Yong Le was an ambitious emperor who believed that China's greatness would be increased with an "open-door" policy regarding international trade and diplomacy. In 1405, he ordered Chinese ships to sail to the Indian Ocean, and put Zheng He in charge of the voyage. Zheng went on to lead seven expeditions in 28 years, visiting more than 40 countries.Zheng's fleet had more than 300 ships and 30,000 sailors. The largest vessels, 133-meter-long "treasure ships", had up to nine masts and could carry a thousand people. Along with a Han and Muslim crew, Zheng opened up trade routes in Africa, India, and Southeast Asia.The voyages helped expand foreign interest in Chinese goods such as silk and porcelain. In addition, Zheng He brought exotic foreign items back to China, including the first giraffe ever seen there. At the same time, the fleet's obvious strength meant that the Emperor of China commanded respect and inspired fear all over Asia. While Zheng He's main aim was to show the superiority of Ming China, he often got involved in the local politics of places he visited. In Ceylon, for instance, he helped restore the legitimate ruler to the throne. On the island of Sumatra, now part of Indonesia, he defeated the army of a dangerous pirate and took him to China for execution. Though Zheng He died in 1433 and was probably buried at sea, a grave and small monument to him still exist in Jiangsu Province. Three years after Zheng He's death, a new emperor banned the construction of oceangoing ships, and China's brief era of naval expansion was over. Chinese policy turned inward, leaving the seas clear for the rising nations of Europe.Opinions vary on why this happened. Whatever the reason, conservative forces gained the upper hand, and China's potential for world domination was not realized. Records of Zheng He's incredible voyages were burned. Not until the early 20th century did another fleet of comparable size take to the seas.15世纪初,一浩浩荡荡的船队从南京启航。这次远航揭开了其后一连串海上航行的序幕,并在短暂时间内为中国确立了大国领先的地位。郑和统帅了这次远航,他是中国历史上最重要的探险家,也是举世闻名的最伟大的航海家之一。事实上,还有些人认为他是传说中水手辛巴达的原型。 公元1371年,郑和出生在现在的云南省的一个穆斯林家庭里。他的父母给他取名为马三保。马三保11岁时,被入侵云南的明军掳至南京,被净身后入宫,选去王府做内宫太监。 马三保在王府期间和王太子成为了好朋友,王子后来成为明成祖永乐皇帝,是明代最出色的皇帝之一。马三保英勇、强壮、足智多谋,又赤胆忠心,因此深得王太子的信赖。王太子登基之后,赐给马三保“郑和”这个新的名字,同时提升他为内宫监太监。 永乐皇帝是个雄心勃勃的皇帝,他相信通过国际贸易及外交上的“门户开放”政策,中国会在世界上享有更高的声望。公元1405年,永乐皇帝下诏让中国船队远航到印度洋,并派遣郑和负责此趟航程。在以后的28年里,郑和连续7次率领了海上远征探险的壮举,访问了40多个国家。 郑和的船队由三百艘大船及三万多名水兵组成。船队中最大的一艘船被称为“宝船”,其船身长达133米,船桅多达九根,可搭载一千人。郑和和汉人与穆斯林船员一起打开了中国在非洲、印度、及东南亚的贸易航线。 这几次远航刺激了外国对中国货物如丝绸、瓷器等的兴趣。此外,郑和也将外国的珍奇宝物带回中国,包括以前没见过的麒麟(长颈鹿)。同时,郑和船队显而易见的强大阵容,意味着中国皇帝获得了亚洲各国的敬畏。 郑和下西洋的主要目的在于宣扬大明的强盛国威,但他经常卷入出访地的政治。例如,在锡兰(即今天的斯里兰卡),他扶持合法统治者重登王位。在苏门答腊岛(今天印尼的一部分),郑和击退一由残暴海盗领军的队伍,并将其首领押回中国处死。 郑和于公元1433年去世,并且可能葬身于汪洋大海之中,但江苏省现在仍有他的坟墓和一座小型纪念碑。郑和死后3年,新登基的皇帝下诏禁止远洋船舶的建造,中国这短暂的海军扩张时代也就到此结束了。中国的政策转而向内,把大海完全拱手让给欧洲新兴的国家。 中国的政策为何会发生这样的转变,一直众说纷纭。不管是什么原因,朝中保守势力占了上风,这样中国统治世界的潜力终究未能得到发挥。郑和令人惊叹的航海纪录也遭焚毁湮灭。直到20世纪初叶,中国才有另一相当规模的船队驶向大海。 Article/200803/29199呼啸山庄 Chapter7 相关名著:查泰莱夫人的情人 Article/200809/47357山大二院专家推荐

章丘市妇幼保健院专家预约彬格莱没有回答。不大一会儿工夫,她就站起身来,在房间里踱来踱去,故意在达西面前卖弄她优美的体态和矫健的步伐,只可惜达西只顾在那里一心一意地看书,因此她只落得枉费心机。;By the bye, Charles, are you really serious in meditating a dance at Netherfield? I would advise you, before you determine on it, to consult the wishes of the present party; I am much mistaken if there are not some among us to whom a ball would be rather a punishment than a pleasure. ;;If you mean Darcy, ; cried her brother, ;he may go to bed, if he chooses, before it begins--but as for the ball, it is quite a settled thing; and as soon as Nicholls has made white soup enough, I shall send round my cards. ;;I should like balls infinitely better, ; she replied, ;if they were carried on in a different manner; but there is something insufferably tedious in the usual process of such a meeting. It would surely be much more rational if conversation instead of dancing were made the order of the day. ;;Much more rational, my dear Caroline, I dare say, but it would not be near so much like a ball. ;Miss Bingley made no answer, and soon afterwards she got up and walked about the room. Her figure was elegant, and she walked well; but Darcy, at whom it was all aimed, was still inflexibly studious. In the desperation of her feelings, she resolved on one effort more, and, turning to Elizabeth, said:;Miss Eliza Bennet, let me persuade you to follow my example, and take a turn about the room. I assure you it is very refreshing after sitting so long in one attitude. ;Elizabeth was surprised, but agreed to it immediately. Miss Bingley succeeded no less in the real object of her civility; Mr. Darcy looked up.He was as much awake to the novelty of attention in that quarter as Elizabeth herself could be, and unconsciously closed his book. He was directly invited to join their party, but he declined it, observing that he could imagine but two motives for their choosing to walk up and down the room together, with either of which motives his joining them would interfere. ;What could he mean? She was dying to know what could be his meaning?;--and asked Elizabeth whether she could at all understand him?;Not at all, ; was her answer; ;but depend upon it, he means to be severe on us, and our surest way of disappointing him will be to ask nothing about it. ;Miss Bingley, however, was incapable of disappointing Mr. Darcy in anything, and persevered therefore in requiring an explanation of his two motives.;I have not the smallest objection to explaining them, ; said he, as soon as she allowed him to speak. ;You either choose this method of passing the evening because you are in each other#39;s confidence, and have secret affairs to discuss, or because you are conscious that your figures appear to the greatest advantage in walking; if the first, I would be completely in your way, and if the second, I can admire you much better as I sit by the fire. ;;Oh! shocking!; cried Miss Bingley. ;I never heard anything so abominable. How shall we punish him for such a speech?; Article/201107/143218济南机车医院治疗不能怀孕 ;The Sorting Ceremony will take place in a few minutes in front of the rest of the school. I suggest you all smarten yourselves up as much as you can while you are waiting.;Her eyes lingered for a moment on Neville#39;s cloak, which was fastened under his left ear, and on Ron#39;s smudged nose. Harry nervously tried to flatten his hair.  ;分配仪式几分钟后就会在全校师生面前开始,我建议你们利用这段等待的时间里,把自己打扮得漂亮些。;她的目光在尼维尔那固定于左耳下方的帽绳和罗恩那脏脏的鼻子上停留了好一会儿。哈利见状,连忙摸了模自己的头发,想把它弄平整些。;;I shall return when we are y for you,; said Professor McGonagall. ;Please wait quietly.;he left the chamber. Harry swallowed.  ;我们准备好了就会来叫你们,你们先在这里安静地等会儿吧。;她终于离开了那间小房间,哈利紧张地咽了咽口水。;How exactly do they sort us into houses?; he asked Ron.  ;他们根据什么标准将我们分配到不同的学院呢?;他问罗恩。;Some sort of test, I think. Fred said it hurts a lot, but I think he was joking.;  ;可能是通过考试吧。弗来德曾说分配时会很痛,不过我想他只是在开玩笑罢了。Harry#39;s heart gave a horrible jolt. A test? In front of the whole school? But he didn#39;t know any magic yet ; what on earth would he have to do? He hadn#39;t expected something like this the moment they arrived. He looked around anxiously and saw that everyone else looked terrified, too. No one was talking much except Hermione Granger, who was whispering very fast about all the spells she#39;d learned and wondering which one she#39;d need. Harry tried hard not to listen to her. He#39;d never been more nervous, never, not even when he#39;d had to take a school report home to the Dursleys saying that he#39;d somehow turned his teacher#39;s wig blue. He kept his eyes fixed on the door. Any second now, Professor McGonagall would come back and lead him to his doom.  哈利的心情顿时沉重了下来。考试?还要在全校师生面前?但他现在甚至连最简单的魔法都还不会呀,他该怎么办呢?刚到这儿的时候他可从没想到会有这样的事情发生。他焦急地四周张望了一下,发现其他人也像他一样害怕极了。人群中只有荷米恩。格林佐在七嘴八舌地小声向旁边的人罗列她所会的魔法,还说不知道哪些能派上用场。哈利真想塞住自己的耳朵,他从来没有如此紧张过,即使是那次不明不白地将老师的假发变蓝后拿着学校的告状信回杜斯利家里,也没有现在这么紧张。那个麦康娜教授随时都会回来把他带到决定他命运的地方。聊城儿童医院预约挂号系统

济南无痛可视人流价格Katharine Hepburn, 1907-2003: An Independent and Intelligent ActressShe has been called the greatest American actress of all time. VOICE ONE:I'm Steve Ember. VOICE TWO:And I'm Barbara Klein with People in America in VOA Special English. Today we tell about Katharine Hepburn, one of America's great film and stage actresses. Hepburn's career lasted almost seventy years. During that time she made more than fifty films. She became known all over the world for her independence, sharp intelligence, and acting ability. Katharine Hepburn holds the record for the most Academy Awards for Best Actress. She won the honor four times. This star holds a special place in American film and popular culture.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:Katharine Houghton Hepburn was born in Hartford, Connecticut in nineteen oh seven. She came from a wealthy and highly educated family. Her father, Thomas Hepburn, was a successful doctor. Her mother, Katharine Martha Houghton, was a great supporter of women's rights issues including the right to birth control. The Hepburns made sure to educate their children about important political and social subjects. The family members were not afraid to express their liberal opinions. VOICE TWO:Doctor Hepburn also believed in the importance of intense exercise. For most of her life Kate was an excellent athlete. She rode horses, swam and played golf and tennis. Here is a recording of Katharine Hepburn from a film about her life. She is talking about the values her family taught her. She says she is not strange, but is fearless."I don't think I'm an eccentric, no! I'm just something from New England that was very American and brought up by two extremely intelligent people…who gave us a kind of, I think the greatest gift that man can give anyone, and that is…sort of freedom from fear."VOICE ONE:Katharine graduated from Bryn Mawr college in Pennsylvania in nineteen twenty-eight. She soon started appearing in small roles in plays on Broadway in New York City. That year she also married a businessman named Ludlow Ogden Smith. Their marriage lasted only a few years. But Katherine later said Ludlow's support was very important to her during the early part of her career. (MUSIC)VOICE TWO: Katharine Hepburn was not the usual kind of actress during this period. She had a thin and athletic body. She spoke with a clear East Coast accent. And she was very independent in her thoughts and actions. For example, she wore men's pants as clothing at a time when women wore only skirts or dresses. Sometimes her independence and liberal opinions got her in trouble. After a few successful plays in New York, Hollywood filmmakers became interested in her. She later signed with the film production company called RKO pictures. Her first movie came out in nineteen thirty-two.VOICE ONE:The next year she made the film "Morning Glory." In her role as Eva Lovelace, Hepburn plays a stage actress fighting for a successful career. Few directors are interested in her. But by the end of the movie, she has a chance to let her acting skills shine and she becomes a star. This movie earned Hepburn her first Academy Award for Best Actress. Here is a recording from the movie. Hepburn's character, Eva, tells about how she has changed her name in preparation for becoming a great actress. She talks very quickly, but you can sense the energy behind her performance."I hope you're going to tell me your name. I want you for my first friend in New York. Mine's Eva Lovelace. It's partly made up and partly real. It was Eva Love. Love's my family name. I added the Lace. Do you like it or would you prefer something shorter? A shorter name would be more convenient on a sign.Still, Eva Lovelace in "Camille" for instance, or Eva Lovelace in "Romeo and Juliet," sounds very distinguished, doesn't it? I don't want to use my family name because I shall probably have several scandals while I live and I don't want to cause them any trouble until I am famous, when nobody will mind.That's why I must decide on something at once while there is still time, before I am famous." VOICE TWO:During the nineteen thirties, critics either loved or hated Katharine Hepburn. Some thought she was a fresh and exciting addition to the Hollywood industry. Others decided she was too bold and self-important. They thought her way of speaking sounded false. But Hepburn wanted to face the movie industry her own way. She liked to play the roles of strong women. She did not want to be like other actresses. She did not wear make up on her face. She would not let photographers take sexy pictures of her. And she did not like talking to her fans or the media. VOICE ONE:Katharine Hepburn continued to work very hard making movies. Yet by the late nineteen thirties she had became unpopular with the public. So movie producers stopped wanting her in their films.But Hepburn was not raised to quit easily. She decided to return to the stage on Broadway in New York City. She starred in a play called "The Philadelphia Story." Hepburn's friend Philip Barry wrote the play especially for her. It is about a wealthy and intelligent woman named Tracy Lord. She is about to marry a man she does not love. In the movie she learns to be more honest with herself and others. She decides to marry a man from her past whom she has always loved. VOICE TWO:The play was a great success. Hepburn immediately bought the legal rights to the play. She knew "The Philadelphia Story" would be made into a movie. And she wanted to make sure she was the star of the film version. In nineteen forty, "The Philadelphia Story" became a great movie success. Hepburn received another Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. She had taken control of her career once again. And she would stay in control of it from now on.Here is a recording from "The Philadelphia Story." Katharine Hepburn's character, Tracy Lord, is talking with her new friend, Macaulay Connor, a writer. She has just his book and discovered something surprising about him.Tracy: These stories are beautiful! Why Connor, they're almost poetry! Macaulay: Well, don't kid yourself, they are.Tracy: I can't make you out at all now.Macaulay: Really? I thought I was easy.Tracy: So did I. But you're not. You talk so big and tough, and then you write like this. Which is which?Macaulay: Both, I guess.Tracy: No. No, I believe you put the toughness on to save your skin. Macaulay: Oh, you think so.Tracy: I know a little about that.VOICE ONE:In nineteen forty-two, Katherine Hepburn starred in "Woman of the Year." This was the first of nine movies she starred in with actor Spencer Tracy. They would soon become a famous couple both on and off the movie screen. Usually their movies dealt with finding a balance of power between their two strong characters. Hepburn and Tracy had a magical energy when they acted together. But in real life they kept their love hidden from the public. Spencer Tracy was married to another woman. For religious reasons, he would not end his marriage and divorce his wife. So Hepburn and Tracy led a secret love affair for more than twenty years. Katharine Hepburn had had other love interests. She once had a relationship with the famous American millionaire Howard Hughes. But Spencer Tracy remained the love of her life.(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:One of Katharine Hepburn's most famous roles was in the movie "The African Queen." She made this movie in nineteen fifty-one with the famous actor Humphrey Bogart. In the film, their two very different characters fall in love on a riverboat in the middle of Africa. As Katharine Hepburn became older, she played more and more wise and complex characters. In nineteen sixty-seven she starred in her last movie with Spencer Tracy. He died a few weeks after filming ended. For this movie, "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," she won her second Academy Award. She won her third Academy Award the next year for "A Lion in Winter." And, in her mid-seventies she won her last Academy Award for "On Golden Pond."VOICE ONE:Even into her eighties, Katharine Hepburn kept working. She had roles in several movies and television programs. She also wrote several books, including one about her life. In two thousand three, Katharine Hepburn died. She was ninety-six years old. As part of her last wishes, she helped create the Katharine Houghton Hepburn Center at Bryn Mawr College. This program helps support the things that were important to her: film and theater, women's rights, and civic responsibility.VOICE TWO:An actor who worked with Katharine Hepburn once said that she brought with her an extra level of reality. He said that when she was near, everything became more interesting, intense and bright. This intensity and intelligence shine in the films that Katharine Hepburn made over her lifetime. People still enjoy her films today. Katharine Hepburn's work and personality have had a great influence on American film and culture. (MUSIC)VOICE ONE:This program was written and produced by Dana Demange. You can download this program and others from our Web site, voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steve Ember.VOICE TWO:And I'm Barbara Klein. Join us again next week for PEOPLE IN AMERICA in VOA Special English. Article/200803/31550 CHAPTER XIIDarknessSYDNEY CARTON paused in the street, not quite decided where to go. `At Tellson's banking-house at nine,' he said, with a musing face. `Shall I do well, in the mean time, to show myself? I think so. It is best that these people should know there is such a man as I here; it is a sound precaution, and may be a necessary preparation. But care, care, care! Let me think it out!' Checking his steps, which had begun to tend towards an object, he took a turn or two in the aly darkening street, and traced the thought in his mind to its possible consequences. His first impression was confirmed. `It is best,' he said, finally resolved, `that these people should know there is such a man as I here.' And he turned his face towards Saint Antoine. Defarge had described himself, that day, as the keeper of a wine-shop in the Saint Antoine suburb. It was not difficult for one who knew the city well, to find his house without asking any question. Having ascertained its situation, Carton came out of those closer streets again, and dined at a place of refreshment and fell sound asleep after dinner. For the first time in many years, he had no strong drink. Since last night he had taken nothing but a little light thin wine, and last night he had dropped the brandy slowly down on Mr. Lorry's hearth like a man who had done with it. It was as late as seven o'clock when he awoke refreshed, and went out into the streets again. As he passed along towards Saint Antoine, he stopped at a shop-window where there was a mirror, and slightly altered the disordered arrangement of his loose cravat, and his coat-collar, and his wild hair. This done, he went on direct to Defarge's, and went in. There happened to be no customer in the shop but Jacques Three, of the restless fingers and the croaking voice. This man, whom he had seen upon the Jury, stood drinking at the little counter, in conversation with the Defarges, man and wife. The Vengeance assisted in the conversation, like a regular member of the establishment. As Carton walked in, took his seat and asked (in very indifferent French) for a small measure of wine, Madame Defarge cast a careless glance at him, and then a keener, and then a keener, and then advanced to him herself, and asked him what it was he had ordered. He repeated what he had aly said. 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