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I was in the gym the other day. And this woman said to me, which I think it's so rude. Er, a dermatologist just came with me and said I'm a derma, she said I am a dermatologist, and you know, I will give you a free opportunity to come to my clinic and, and be botoxed. She said like this. I feel no, she said and I said, you know, I really don't think I, you know, wanna go down the botox route. I think it's great for body. I have so many friends were botoxed to that, but anyway I said, no, I don't think I wanna do it, I don't think I wanna do it. I say coz expression is really very important to me, she goes, Do I look expressionless to you? I just did that. The truth is though we did a show which I'll name no names of the person who was on the show. Eyes declared to the lord. Her entire, coz you could get botox too much, I see if you just do here, that's fine. A little here. This one was botox. She's told me she just had injections before she came. And so she, her lips only moved here. 'coz this was solid. This was solid. This was solid. So, then you are talking to a person, and there is so, it's like a little bleepy mouth, talking. And when it first happens to you, you are really not sure what is going on. It's true. When it's just a flipped mouth. That is happened to me a couple of times. When you are in a room, and everybody has been here, here, here, here. Like, God, what is wrong? You think there is something wrong with you cause people aren't reacted. It's been...The next thought you should have is, botox, as entered here, but you don't see black people doing it. Anybody here black who has botox? Ok if you have, let me know. I can use you as an example. No? No, we don't. No we don't, do we? About 65, I'm gonna try it. I'm thinking about Thermoge though, whatever that is. You know what, we had it on the show, and it looked good. It's something like they pull up this. They, they, you don't get a turkey neck. Anybody here know what that is? anybody had Thermoge? No? But I think it does something here, to look good through something without surgery. Anyway go ahead. (I just want to say) I'll do it though, I'll do it, but I'm, I'm afraid not in the cross side. I'll do it, yeh, go ahead. It's taken me 19 years to get here to your show and I'm finally here. And I just wanted to say that you are such an inspiration to people. And I think I can do it now. I've been trying to shed, the loss of my weight. And umm. . . (You can do it! ) You are such an inspiration and I think I can do it. You can do it. I can do it. Yeah I got 15 more pounds to go. I really do, don't tell me I don't need to. You are not looking at my butt in the morning. OK, so how much more do you wanna lose? I wanna lose about 30. (30 is good! )I'm struggling because I have a medical problem, and ah, but I can do it now. Do it for your health. And whatever your medical problem is, it will lessen or certainly improve with the 30 pounds gone. Thank you. I will tell you that.You are so inspirational! Thank you! What? You lost 200? A hundred? (More. . )Really? I ran the Chicago marathon 3 weeks ago and thought of you. That's right. Were you here the other day? No, I wrote though, I wrote to you. (Oh, ok). . . I sent you pictures and. . . I thought you were here over there. Nope, I thought of you the whole way. (yes, the Marathon)Did you? You need a Jesus about the 22nd mile. But I am not just....but I don't get it either, ...(inaudible)I was gonna say one that damn thing I can do for you. But you. . . (What was your marathon time? ) What was yours? No. Coz you won't let me talk if I've told you. I'll tell you. (4-23). oh, You beat me! Mine was 4-29-30. Woo. Yes! !Let's get a picture, you beat me, 4-29-30? No. (She ran it with her. ) Ok. (She ran it with her. ) What was your time? 4-19, 10. 4-19, ok. 4-19-10. . . Oh, you are all chocking? You are moving fast. She trained me! Yeah, good. Oh my god! You wanna, you wanna get in? Ahh! Yes! Can we? Ohhh! God! " Thank you. Oh, my god! Good, good, thank you. OK, you all beat me. Yup!No, when did you see Jesus? When did you see Jesus ? Like mile. . . 24. Mile 24? She, she cruised ahead of me like 24, we ran the whole way together. Aha. And um. . . You regardless of what your (I was dying! ) religion is? Or you regardless if you are Muslem, if you are Jewish. Yah. If you are Christian. . . whatever, you see Jesus. (24). It's Jesus. Buddha can't help ya? And you know either faster marathoon... You are like bring on the real deal. Whatever that is?. . . marathon was not one, coz you get there faster running anyway. (yeah, yeah) Coz you just want it to be done. Yeah, yeah, So it's 24 for you? 24? Yeah, it s twenty. . . That is pretty done good. I thought Josh starts calling on him about 22. Oh, calling is a different thing. Yeah, I was calling long before that! Calling about 22, about 23 and a half, (yeah), he shows up. Someone's got to. Yeah! He shows up, shows up. Were you steady? Did you stop and pee or. . No. No. No, we ran the whole way. Good! It's amazing, isn't it? It was. . . Don't you feel like you can. . . Yeah. And I am gonna do another winning. And I'm gonna do lots of stuff! Now (Really? ) That's great! 200810/51248。

Obama, McCain Clash on Foreign Security Priorities美两党总统候选人再就外交大交锋  Republican Senator John McCain and Democratic Senator Barack Obama clashed about foreign policy and security priorities during their second presidential debate. The candidates sought to challenge each other on the most serious issues facing the ed States.共和党参议员麦凯恩和民主党参议员奥巴马在第二次总统候选人辩论中就外交政策和安全问题进行交锋。两位总统候选人在美国面对的一系列最严重的问题上向对方提出挑战。The two major presidential candidates used sharp criticism of each other to defend their positions on the war in Iraq, and nuclear threats posed by Iran and North Korea. The town hall debate in Nashville allowed Senator McCain a chance to renew his support for U.S. military forces in Iraq, while Senator Obama repeated his opposition to the war.在伊拉克战争、伊朗和北韩核威胁等问题上,两位总统候选人都使用了尖锐的语言批评对方,并且为自己的立场辩护。在田纳西州纳什维尔举行的这场市民大会式的辩论使得麦凯恩参议员有机会重申他对驻伊拉克美军的持,而奥巴马参议员则重申了他反对伊拉克战争的立场。McCain said his military and Senate experience have well prepared him to face tough decisions, more so than his opponent.麦凯恩说,他在美国军队中役和长期担任参议员的经验使他比对手在做出困难的决策时更有准备。"My judgement is a record I am willing to stand on. Senator Obama was wrong on Iraq and the surge. He was wrong about Russia when it committed aggression against Georgia. And in his short career he does not understand our national security challenges," said McCain. "You would not have time for on the job training, my friend."“我的从政记录显示,我的判断良好。奥巴马参议员在伊拉克以及增兵问题上是错误的。在俄罗斯入侵格鲁吉亚问题上,他对俄罗斯的看法也是错误的。在他短短的从政生涯中,他并不理解我们国家在安全方面面临的威胁。我的朋友,你上任后并没有时间接受职业培训。”Obama attacked McCain for supporting the war in Iraq and his proposal to keep U.S. troops in the country until security conditions change. He said his opponent has been wrong from the start.奥巴马则攻击麦凯恩持伊拉克战争以及他提出的在伊拉克安全状况发生改变前让美军继续驻扎在伊拉克的建议。奥巴马说,他的对手从一开始就是错误的。"Senator McCain was cheer-leading the president to go into Iraq. He suggested it was going to be quick and easy. He said we were going to be greeted as liberators," said Obama. "That was the wrong judgment, and it has been costly to us."“麦凯恩参议员为布什总统入侵伊拉克喝加油。他说,这场战争很快就会打赢。他说,伊拉克人民会像欢迎英雄那样欢迎我们。他的判断是错误的,让我们付出了代价。”Obama said the continued military effort in Iraq has distracted from major security challenges in Afghanistan and Pakistan. He also accused McCain of being too supportive of possible military strikes on Iran and North Korea.奥巴马说,在伊拉克的军事行动没有了结,分散了美国对阿富汗和巴基斯坦安全局势的关注。他还指责麦凯恩过于持可能对伊朗和北韩发动的军事攻击。"This is the guy who sang 'bomb bomb Iran,' who called for the annihilation of North Korea," he said. "That is not an example of speaking softly."McCain said his approach to foreign security issues is to speak softly and carry a big stick, echoing the words of former U.S. president Teddy Roosevelt. He said a tough stance is needed especially with Russia.麦凯恩表示,他处理国际安全问题的方式是手持大棒,但说话要轻声细语。他的这番话借用了前美国总统泰迪.罗斯福的说法。他说,在俄罗斯问题上,美国尤其应当强硬。"Ukraine right now is in the sights of Vladimir Putin, and those who want to reassemble the old Soviet Union," he said. "We have got to show moral support for Georgia, we have go to show moral support for Ukraine. We have got to advocate for their membership in NATO."“普京和那些希望让过去的苏联复活的人现在盯上了乌克兰。我们必须向格鲁吉亚提供道义上的持,我们必须向乌克兰提供道义上的持。我们必须持他们加入北约。”Obama said U.S. support and financial aid should extend to other former Soviet areas, such as Latvia, Estonia and Poland.奥巴马则表示,美国应当把持和财政援助扩展到其他前苏联地区,比如拉脱维亚、爱沙尼亚和波兰。"We have also got to provide them with financial and concrete assistance to help them rebuild their economies," he said. "Georgia is on the brink of enormous economic challenges. Some say that is what Putin intended in the first place."“我们还必须向他们提供财政和其他具体的协助,帮助他们重建经济。格鲁吉亚在经济上面临巨大的挑战。有些人说,这就是普京的初衷。”Both candidates agreed that Iran and the continuation of its nuclear program pose serious challenges to the ed States and the country's next president.两位总统候选人同意,伊朗继续发展核项目对美国以及美国的下一任总统构成严重的挑战。McCain said he would lead multilateral efforts to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.麦凯恩说,他将牵头国际努力,防止伊朗获得核武。"I want to make sure we put enough pressure on the Iranians, by joining with our allies, imposing significant, tough sanctions to modify their behavior," McCain said.“我将确保我们向伊朗人施加足够的压力,和我们的盟友一起对伊朗施行重要的、强硬的制裁措施来改变他们的行为。”Obama also said he supports a variety of international sanctions against Iran. But he broke with Senator McCain and President Bush, in saying he does not oppose direct talks with Iran and North Korea.奥巴马也表示,他持国际社会对伊朗实施一系列的制裁。但是和麦凯恩和布什总统不同,他并不反对和伊朗和北韩展开直接的对话。"When President Bush decided we are not going to talk to Iran, we are not going to talk to North Korea, you know what happened? Iran went from zero centrifuges to develop nuclear weapons to 4,000," said Obama. "North Korea quadrupled its nuclear capability."“当布什总统决定不和伊朗进行对话,不同北韩进行对话的时候,你们知道发生什么事情了吗?伊朗用于发展核武器的离心机从零增长到四千。北韩的核能力翻了两番。”Senator McCain has repeatedly criticized Obama for his openness to meeting with the leaders of Iran, North Korea and other hostile nations.In less than a month, U.S. voters will decide which candidate will take over those security and foreign policy issues.11月初,美国选民将决定哪一位总统候选人将主管美国的安全和外交事务。200810/52435。

gash ------ 切口(名词) 英文释义(noun) A large, open cut in a surface. 例句The iceberg made a long, irreparable gash in the side of the great ship.冰山给这艘大船的一侧制造了一个长长的、无法修复的切口。 /201610/466536。

How does the bureau use informants to bring dangerous criminals to justice? They have several top-secret strategies which we are about to reveal. FBI inspector Bob Garrity says the first step is to find a disgruntled member who is willing to betray his group and work as a spy. In the case of the oil refinery bombing, they enlisted an unlikely ally Bob Spence, one of the highest-ranking members of the KKK. Our confidential source who was a member, in fact he was the grand wizard of the True Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, normally would not be the kind of person that we would be cooperating with. He came to us and told us about members of his Klansmen who were discussing a conspiracy, discussing a crime that he just could not tolerate. Why would a lifelong member of the Klan turn against his friends? Garrity says people usually become FBI informants because they face criminal charges and have worked out a deal with the Feds. But Bob Spencer apparently had a different motive. My incentive of going to the FBI was to save lives. To me, be an informant meant that I was doing something to help my country. And that's why, and I felt good about it. Regardless of his good intentions, Spence couldn't possibly gather evidence against the Klan on his own. So the FBI assigns him a top-secret liaison called a handler to guide his every move. Agents who are very good source handlers have, you know, very good interpersonal skills, and they're able to take the source's fears, take his concerns and try to reassure him that we are out there, he is safe, we're gonna do whatever we can to protect him. In this case, Spence's handler is special agent Morgan Bodie. I was his only go-between as far as between Mr. Spence and the FBI. So he had to trust me completely. That trust is tested for agonizing 28 days as Spence leads a double life collecting information for the FBI. Spence knows he is risking his life as well as the safety of his family. I know how paranoid the Klan is. And if they would suspect someone who to be an informant, they won't hesitate to deal with them, and the bad thing is they don't deal just with them, they deal with the family also, you know, try to arrest the family who run them out of the county. The informant, he is dead meat. They still are around willing to do it.disgruntled: discontented, displeasedKlansman: member of the Ku Klux Klan (radical white-supremacist organization in the ed States)liaison: one that establishes and maintains communication for mutual understanding and cooperation200809/51015。

The ground here is permafrost, a mixture of soil and ice frozen together. A group of Russian scientists have teamed up with NASA to drill down into it in search of microorganisms. It's work that's been done in Russia for years. People found the microorganisms in permafrost in the end of 19th century. It was done especially in Russia when people found mammoths. Back then it was the mammoths they were after. But David Gilichinsky's team have now drilled so deep that they've reached permafrost that was laid down millions of years ago. The frozen cores were taken back to their laboratory. Samples were taken from the centre of the core. Then they looked for signs of life. They discovered that bacteria can survive in the permafrost for far longer than anyone had thought possible. They found bacteria which may turn out to have been at minus twenty degrees for more than ten million years. We have some data, but we are not sure 100%. But probably we have now isolated bacteria from Antarctic permafrost. It's between 8 and 15 million years old. Bacteria have been buried alive here in frozen ground since before the beginning of human evolution. If life can survive in Antarctica for 15 million years, then something could be waiting to be revived on Mars. These discoveries put new urgency in the quest to find water on Mars. There was now a real possibility that they might find something alive. So authorisation came from the very top: send more missions to Mars. NASA launched several probes with the express purpose of mapping the composition of the Martian surface.permafrost: Perennially frozen earth, with a temperature below 32 °F (0 °C) continuously for two years or more. Permafrost is estimated to underlie 20% of the Earth's land surface and reaches depths of 5,000 ft (1,500 m) in northern Siberia. It occurs in 85% of Alaska, more than half of Russia and Canada, and probably all of Antarctica. Permafrost has a significant effect on plant and animal life, and it presents special problems in engineering projects. All land use in permafrost environments must take into account the terrain's special sensitivity; if the delicate natural balance is not maintained, extensive degradation and ecological damage may resulthuman revolution:Evolution of modern human beings from nonhuman and extinct hominid forms200809/48547。

Chinese Drug Maker Begins Production of Bird Flu Vaccine中国开始批量生产人用禽流感疫苗 Officials in China have given permission for a Chinese drug maker to begin commercial production of a human vaccine against bird flu after clinical trials showed it was effective. Scientists worldwide are trying to find a way to prevent transmission of the virus. 在临床试验显示禽流感疫苗有效之后,中国官员已经批准大批量生产人用禽流感疫苗。世界各国的科学家正在寻找防止禽流感病毒传播的途径。 Officials from Sinovac Biotech, which jointly developed the vaccine with China's Center for Disease Control, say two clinical trials showed the vaccine worked.  北京科兴生物制品有限公司的负责人说,两期临床试验明疫苗有效。该公司和中国疾病预防控制中心联合研制出这种人类使用的禽流感疫苗。The development is a promising sign for scientists who have worked for years for develop a vaccine to protect humans from the H5N1 strain of bird flu. The virus has infected nearly 400 people and killed at least 238 worldwide, most of them in Asia.  这一进展对多年来为防止人类感染H5N1型禽流感病毒而努力研制疫苗的科学家来说是一个喜讯。在世界范围已经有近400人感染这种致命病毒,并导致至少238人死亡,其中大多数死亡病例发生在亚洲。Experts worry that the H5N1 strain could cause a deadly flu pandemic in humans.  专家担心,H5N1型禽流感病毒有可能导致出现人之间传播的致命传染病。So far, most human victims have caught the virus from sick poultry. But there have been some cases of human-to-human exposure. 迄今为止,人类死亡病例大多是因为病人接触生病的家禽而感染禽流感病毒的,但是也出现了几例人与人之间感染的病例。Malik Peiris teaches microbiology at Hong Kong University. He was among the scientists who first identified the virus when it appeared in the city 11 years ago, and was part of a team that provided the genetic map of the bird flu virus and its mutations. 马利克.佩利斯在香港大学教授微生物学,11年前香港爆发禽流感时,他是发现H5N1型禽流感病毒的首批科学家之一,并参与了禽流感病毒基因图以及基因变异的研究小组的工作。"The concern of course is that if you give this virus enough time to keep on exposing the human population, sooner or later the virus might learn the trick of transmitting from human to human and then we would have a pandemic and actually quite a nasty pandemic at that," Peiris said. 佩利斯说:“人们担心的是,如果这种病毒有着足够的时间接触人体,那么它迟早能学会如何在人类之间传播,到那时我们将面临一场流行病的爆发,后果相当严重的。”Peiris says it is crucial to find an vaccine now because there is a strong chance that the infection rate could grow rapidly. He says the history of H5N1 appears similar to that of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, which appeared in China in 2002, and sp around the world, killing nearly 800 people. In Hong Kong, 299 people died.  佩利斯说,目前极为关键的是要研制出疫苗,因为禽流感病毒的感染率极有可能很高。他说,H5N1型禽流感病毒的历史看起来跟萨斯病毒相似。2002年在中国爆发的萨斯病蔓延到世界范围,导致近800人丧生,香港有299人死于萨斯病。"If you go back to the story of SARS, again it was quite a similar situation as we can see now in retrospect, again it was a virus found in animals and animal markets in southern China and probably over a number of years it was repeatedly infecting humans," Peiris said. "But finally it did adapt and learn how to transmit from human to human and then it led to this global outbreak that we saw."  佩利斯说:“如果我们回顾一下萨斯病的历史,就可以看到一个相当雷同的现象。萨斯病毒也是在动物身上、在中国南方动物市场上发现的病毒。病毒在好几年间反复被人类感染上。这期间,萨斯病毒最终学会了适应人体,学会了如何在人类之间进行传播,最后导致了一场我们目睹的全球性萨斯病的爆发。”Since the H5N1 flu reappeared in 2003, the virus has sp worldwide, and has led to the deaths of hundreds of millions of chickens, ducks and other birds. Indonesia has the highest human bird flu fatalities, at 107 deaths, followed by Vietnam at 52.  自从H5N1型禽流感病毒2003年再此出现以来,已经在世界范围蔓延开来,导致千百万只鸡鸭和其他禽类的死亡和宰杀。印度尼西亚是人类感染禽流感死亡人数最多的国家,有107个死亡病例,其次是越南,有52人死亡。Experts now consider the virus to be well entrenched in Southeast Asia and unlikely to be eradicated among poultry for years. Vietnam also plans to start clinical trials for a human vaccine. A vaccine designed using a current strain of the virus might not offer full protection against other mutated strains in the future. But experts say developing vaccines now could at the very least shorten the time needed to make a more effective vaccine in the case of a pandemic. 200804/33880。

Look Diana… Denise…听着,黛安娜。 是丹尼斯。Denise. Like Dennis right?丹尼斯。就像“Dennis”对吗?She’ll want the best – the best tea, coffee, the best team.她将要最好的,最好的茶,咖啡和团队。I’ll expect improved results and profits.我期望在成果和利润方面有所提高。If not your necks will be on the line – especially yours Paul.否则你们的工作就危险了,特别是你,保罗。Oh, chop chop. We’d better get to work.快点,快点,我们最好去工作了。Scary! “Your necks will be on the line” – he means their jobs will be at risk if things don’t improve.可怕!“Your necks will be on the line”他的意思如果得不到改善,他们的工作将要岌岌可危。It’s a worrying time for Tip Top Trading.对Tip Top Trading来说是一个使人烦恼的时期。Let’s remind ourselves of the phrases Mr Socrates used to deliver bad news.让我们看看苏格拉底先生在传递坏消息时使用的表达方式。I’ve got to give it to you straight.我要有话直说了。The outlook is gloomy.前景暗淡。I’ve got to announce a profit warning.我不得不宣布盈利警告。Let’s hope this new marketing strategy for Europe is going to work.期望这些新的欧洲市场策略能管用。How are you feeling Anna?你觉得怎么样,安娜?A little nervous.有点紧张。But I’m going to try my best to make sure this new strategy works.但我将尽力保新计划起作用。That’s the spirit Anna!就是这种态度,安娜!Right everyone. I think we need to take Mr Socrates down to the Rose and Crown after work for a pint or two and show him some true English hospitality.好了大家。我想在下班后我们应该带苏格拉底先生去Rose and Crown喝几杯,让他看看真正的英式招待。How about it?怎么样?I don’t drink.我不喝酒。Ah well, perhaps some lemonade?也许喝点柠檬汁呢?Oh dear. This should be interesting.上帝,这会很有趣的。Until next time, bye!下次见,再见! /201703/491119。

nemesis ———— 死敌(名词)英文释义 (noun) An unbeatable opponent that causes great harm or ruin.例句 The terrible winter snowstorms were the invading armys nemesis, and after seeing thousands of his brave soldiers trapped and dying in the snow, the general called for a retreat.冬天可怕的暴风雪是入侵军队的大敌。在看到他的数以千计的勇敢战士困在雪中死去后,这位将军下令撤退。 /201606/446451。