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《哈克贝里·费恩历险记》第7章:第2节 相关专题:· 有声读物-安徒生童话故事·有声读物-浪漫满屋· 新概念优美背诵短文50篇 Article/200809/47648上海复旦大学附属华东医院打美白针的费用文本:1The Pharisees and some of the teachers of the law who had come from Jerusalem gathered around Jesus and 2saw some of his disciples eating food with hands that were "unclean," that is, unwashed. 3(The Pharisees and all the Jews do not eat unless they give their hands a ceremonial washing, holding to the tradition of the elders. 4When they come from the marketplace they do not eat unless they wash. And they observe many other traditions, such as the washing of cups, pitchers and kettles. ) 5So the Pharisees and teachers of the law asked Jesus, "Why don't your disciples live according to the tradition of the elders instead of eating their food with 'unclean' hands?" 6He replied, "Isaiah was right when he prophesied about you hypocrites; as it is written: " 'These people honor me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me. 7They worship me in vain; their teachings are but rules taught by men.' 8You have let go of the commands of God and are holding on to the traditions of men." 9And he said to them: "You have a fine way of setting aside the commands of God in order to observe your own traditions! 10For Moses said, 'Honor your father and your mother,' and, 'Anyone who curses his father or mother must be put to death.' 11But you say that if a man says to his father or mother: 'Whatever help you might otherwise have received from me is Corban' (that is, a gift devoted to God), 12then you no longer let him do anything for his father or mother. 13Thus you nullify the word of God by your tradition that you have handed down. And you do many things like that." 14Again Jesus called the crowd to him and said, "Listen to me, everyone, and understand this. 15Nothing outside a man can make him 'unclean' by going into him. Rather, it is what comes out of a man that makes him 'unclean.' "17After he had left the crowd and entered the house, his disciples asked him about this parable.18"Are you so dull?" he asked. "Don't you see that nothing that enters a man from the outside can make him 'unclean'? 19For it doesn't go into his heart but into his stomach, and then out of his body." (In saying this, Jesus declared all foods "clean.") 20He went on: "What comes out of a man is what makes him 'unclean.' 21For from within, out of men's hearts, come evil thoughts, sexual immorality, theft, murder, adultery, 22greed, malice, deceit, lewdness, envy, slander, arrogance and folly. 23All these evils come from inside and make a man 'unclean.' " 24Jesus left that place and went to the vicinity of Tyre. He entered a house and did not want anyone to know it; yet he could not keep his presence secret. 25In fact, as soon as she heard about him, a woman whose little daughter was possessed by an evil spirit came and fell at his feet. 26The woman was a Greek, born in Syrian Phoenicia. She begged Jesus to drive the demon out of her daughter. 27"First let the children eat all they want," he told her, "for it is not right to take the children's b and toss it to their dogs." 28"Yes, Lord," she replied, "but even the dogs under the table eat the children's crumbs." 29Then he told her, "For such a reply, you may go; the demon has left your daughter." 30She went home and found her child lying on the bed, and the demon gone. 31Then Jesus left the vicinity of Tyre and went through Sidon, down to the Sea of Galilee and into the region of the Decapolis. 32There some people brought to him a man who was deaf and could hardly talk, and they begged him to place his hand on the man. 33After he took him aside, away from the crowd, Jesus put his fingers into the man's ears. Then he spit and touched the man's tongue. 34He looked up to heaven and with a deep sigh said to him, "Ephphatha!" (which means, "Be opened!" ). 26The woman was a Greek, born in Syrian Phoenicia. She begged Jesus to drive the demon out of her daughter. 27"First let the children eat all they want," he told her, "for it is not right to take the children's b and toss it to their dogs." 28"Yes, Lord," she replied, "but even the dogs under the table eat the children's crumbs." 29Then he told her, "For such a reply, you may go; the demon has left your daughter." 30She went home and found her child lying on the bed, and the demon gone. 31Then Jesus left the vicinity of Tyre and went through Sidon, down to the Sea of Galilee and into the region of the Decapolis. 32There some people brought to him a man who was deaf and could hardly talk, and they begged him to place his hand on the man. 33After he took him aside, away from the crowd, Jesus put his fingers into the man's ears. Then he spit and touched the man's tongue. 34He looked up to heaven and with a deep sigh said to him, "Ephphatha!" (which means, "Be opened!" ). 35At this, the man's ears were opened, his tongue was loosened and he began to speak plainly. 36Jesus commanded them not to tell anyone. But the more he did so, the more they kept talking about it. 37People were overwhelmed with amazement. "He has done everything well," they said. "He even makes the deaf hear and the mute speak." Article/200808/46828上海去眼袋的医院We all stayed that night at the house of Shaws. But while Alan and Torrance and Mr Rankeillor slept on the hard beds upstairs, I lay down on the kitchen chests,which now belonged to me. I, who had slept out on the hills for so many days and nights, was now the owner of a large house and several farms.那天晚上我们整夜都待在肖家大院。但当艾伦、托伦斯和兰基勒先生躺在楼上的硬床上睡觉时,我躺在厨房的柜子上,那些现在属于我了。这么多个日日夜夜我一直在山上露天躺着,而现在成了一幢大房子和几个农场的主人。My head was full of exciting plans and ideas,and I found it difficult to sleep.我脑子里满是令人兴奋的计划和念头,我发现自己难以入睡。The next day, while Mr Rankeillor and I were having breakfast together, I talked to him about Alan.第二天,当我和兰基勒先生一起用早餐时,我和他说起了艾伦。‘Mr Thomson is still in danger,’ said the lawyer.‘He must leave the country as soon as possible, and stay with his friends in France for a while. I#39;ll give you money to buy him a place on a ship. He#39;ll have to stay hidden until then.’“汤姆森先生仍然有危险。”律师说,“他必须尽快离开这个国家,和他在法国的朋友待一段时间。我将给你钱以便给他在船上买个舱位。在此之前他必须一直藏匿着。”‘And his clansman, James Stewart, who#39;s in prison?’ I asked.‘I know he didn#39;t kill Colin Campbell. I saw the mur derer! I must speak for James Stewart in court!’“还有他的同族人,詹姆斯·斯图尔特,即还在监狱里的那位呢?”我问。“我知道他并没有杀害科林·坎贝尔。我看到了谋杀犯!我肯定会在法庭上为詹姆斯·斯图尔特说话的!”‘My dear boy,’ said Rankeillor,‘it#39;s dangerous for anyone to speak for a Stewart in Campbell court. But you must do what you think is right. I#39;ll write you a letter to a good lawyer who will be able to help Mr Thomson#39;s clansman.’ He stood up.‘Well, I think that we#39;ve finished our business here. I must leave now,and go back to my work.“我亲爱的孩子,”兰基勒说,“每一个在坎贝尔族人的法庭上为斯图尔特人说话的人都会有危险的。但你应该做你认为对的事。我将为你给一个能帮助汤姆森先生的同族人的好律师写封信。”他站起来。“唔,我想我们在这儿的事已经结束了。我现在必须离开,回去做我的工作。Come and see me often, Mr David! Goodbye!’常来看我吧,戴维先生!再见!”Alan and I started walking towards Edlnburgh,while Mr Rankeillor and Torrance turned back to Queensferry. we talked about what would happen next. Alan was going to hide in the countryside near Edinburgh, until it was safe for him to take a ship to France.我和艾伦开始向爱丁堡走去,而兰基勒先生和托伦斯则折回昆斯费里。我们讨论接下来怎么办。艾伦将躲在爱丁堡城附近的乡下,直到他坐船去法国脱离危险为止。When I had found him a place,I would send him a message. Then I planned to go back to the High lands to help James Stewart return to his family.我为他在船上找到了地方时,我将给他送个信。然后我计划回到高地帮助詹姆斯·斯图尔特回到自己的家。Alan and I walked slowly. We were both thinking that soon we would have to leave each other. And we had been through so much together!We stopped when we came to the top of the Corstorphine Hill, and looked down at Edinburgh. We knew that this was the moment to say goodbye, but we stood there silently for a while.我和艾伦慢慢地走着。我们都想着不久后我们将各自离去。而且我们曾经在一起经历这么多事情!我们走到科西托芬小山的山顶的时候停了下来,俯瞰着爱丁堡。我们知道已经到了说再见的时候了,但我们在那儿静静地站了片刻。‘Well, goodbye,’ said Alan, and held out his hand.“好了,再见,”艾伦说着,并伸出了他的手。‘ Goodbye,’I said, and took his hand.“再见,”我说,并握住了他的手。Then I went off down hill.I did not look back at him,but I felt very miserable, and wanted to sit down and cry like a baby.然后我下山去。我没有回头看他,但我感到很难受,并想坐在地上像小孩子一样大哭一场。Edinburgh was full of noise and traffic and people, but I did not notice any of that. All the time I was thinking of Alan on the hill, and there was an ice-cold feeling inside me.爱丁堡声音嘈杂,车水马龙,人群熙攘,但我一点儿没有注意到那些。我一直想小山上的艾伦,心里感到冰冷。In the months that followed, I kept Alan#39;s silver button safe and often looked at it, remembering our escape through the heather in the wild Highlands. I felt proud to call Alan Breck Stewart my friend, and wondered if I would ever see him again.When I returned to the Highlands to help his clansman, James,I found that my adventures with the Stewarts were far from finished… but that is another story.之后的岁月里,我一直珍藏着艾伦的银扣,并且经常拿出来看一看,回忆着我们一起在荒凉的高地石南丛中逃跑的事。我为能把艾伦·布雷克·斯图尔特当自己的朋友而自豪,我不知道我能否还能再见到他。当我回到高地去帮助他的族人詹姆斯时,我发现我和斯图尔特人在一起的历险还远未结束……但那是另外一个故事了。 Article/201204/177012;Well, Lizzy, ; said Mrs. Bennet one day, ;what is your opinion NOW of this sad business of Jane#39;s? For my part, I am determined never to speak of it again to anybody. I told my sister Phillips so the other day. But I cannot find out that Jane saw anything of him in London. Well, he is a veryundeserving young man--and I do not suppose there#39;s the least chance in the world of her ever getting him now. There is no talk of his coming to Netherfield again in the summer; and I have inquired of everybody, too, who is likely to know. ; 有一天,班纳特太太这么说:;喂,丽萃,这一下你对于吉英这件伤心事怎么看法呢?我可已经下定决心,再也不在任何人面前提起。我那天就跟我说过,我知道吉英在伦敦连他的影子也没有见到,唔,他是个不值得钟情的青年,我看她这一辈子休想嫁给他了。也没有听人谈起他夏天会回到尼日斐花园来,凡是可能知道些消息的人,我都一一问过了。; ;I do not believe he will ever live at Netherfield any more. ; ;我看他无论如何不会再住到尼日斐花园来。; ;Oh well! it is just as he chooses. Nobody wants him to come. Though I shall always say he used my daughterextremely ill; and if I was her, I would not have put up with it. Well, my comfort is, I am sure Jane will die of a broken heart; and then he will be sorry for what he has done. ; ;哎哟,听他的便吧。谁也没有要他来;我只觉得他太对不起我的女儿,要是我做吉英,我才受不了这口气。好吧,我也总算有个安慰:我相信吉英一定会伤心得把命也送掉,到那时候,他就会后悔当初不该那么狠心了。; But as Elizabeth could not receive comfort from any such expectation, she made no answer. 伊丽莎白没有回答,因为这种想入非非的指望,并不能使她得到安慰。1.be determined to 决心(做某事)George was determined to break off with those racists.乔治决心和那些种族主义者一刀两断。2.the other day 前几天, 不久前的一天I saw him in town the other day.我最近有一天在镇上见过他。 3.put up with 忍受, 容忍I#39;m not going to put up with this!我再也受不了啦!4.die of 因(疾病、饥饿、悲伤等)而死She died of cancer two years ago.她两年前死于癌症。 Article/201112/166434交通大学医学院附属儿童医学中心做去眼袋手术价格费用

上海无痛脱体毛上海市新华医院做祛疤手术价格One afternoon while she was preparing dinner in her kitchen, Anne Peters, a 32-year-old American housewife, suddenly had severe pains in her chest accompanied by shortness of breath. Frightened by the thought that she was having a heart attack, Anne screamed for help. Her husband immediately rushed Anne to a nearby hospital where her pains were diagnosed as having been caused by panic, and not a heart attack.More and more Americans nowadays are having panic attacks like the one experienced by Anne Peters. Benjamin Crocker, a psychologist at the University of Southern California, reveal that as many as ten million adult Americans have aly experienced or will experience at least one panic attack in their lifetime. Moreover, studies conducted by the National Institute of Mental Health in the ed States disclose that approximately 1.2 million adult individuals are currently suffering from severe and recurrent panic attacks.These attacks may last for only a few minutes; some, however, continue for several hours. The symptoms of panic attacks bear such remarkable similarity to those of heart attacks that many victims believe that they are indeed having a heart attack.Panic attack victims show the following symptoms: they often become easily frightened or feel uneasy in situations where people normally would not be afraid; they suffer shortness of breath, experience chest pains, a quick heartbeat, sudden fits of trembling, a feeling that persons and things around them are not real; and most of all, a fear of dying or going crazy. A person seized by a panic attack may show all or as few as four of these symptoms.There has been a lot of explanations as to the causes of panic attacks. Many claim that psychological stress could be a logical cause, but as yet, no evidence has been found to support this theory. However, studies show that more women than men experience panic attacks and people who drink a lot as well as those who use drugs are more likely to suffer attacks.It is reported that there are at least three signs that indicate a person is suffering from a panic attack rather than a heart attack. The first is age. People between the ages of 20 and 30 are more often victims of panic attacks. The second is sex. More women suffer from recurrent panic attacks than men. The third is the multiplicity of symptoms. A panic attack victim usually suffers at least four of the previously mentioned symptoms, while a heart attack victim often experiences only pain and shortness of breath.It is generally agreed that a panic attack does not directly endanger a person's life. All the same, it can unnecessarily disrupt a person's life by making him or her so afraid of having a panic attack in a public place that he or she may refuse to leave home and may eventually become isolated form the rest of society. Dr. Crocker's advice to any person who thinks he is suffering from a panic attack is to consult a doctor for a medical examination to rule out the possibilities of physical illness first. Once it has been confirmed that he or she is, in fact, suffering from a panic attack, the victim should seek psychological and medical help.一位32刚的美国家庭妇女安妮o彼得斯,一有天下午正在厨房里做晚餐,突然她胸部剧痛,并发着呼吸短促。安妮感到恐怖,因为她想到这可能是心脏病发作了,于是她尖叫着喊救命。安妮的丈夫立即把她送到附近一家医院。在这家医院,她的胸痛被诊断是由恐怖症引起的,而不是心脏病发作。现在不像以前了,有越来越多的美国人得了安妮o彼得斯所经历的这种恐怖症。据一位南加州大学的心理学家本杰明o克拉克披露的消息说,有多达一千万的美国成年人在一生中最低限度有过一次或将来准会有一次恐怖症发作的经历。此外,美国国立心理健康研究院所进行的反复调查研究的结果披露的资料说明,有近一百二十万美国成年人现在患有严重的反复发作的恐怖症。这些恐怖症发作起来,有的只持续两三分钟,可是,也有的能持续好几个小时。这些恐怖症发作的种种症状与心脏病发作的那些症状有着十分明显的相似之处,以致有很多患者都认为他们确实是、真的是心脏病发作了。恐怖症的患者都会表现出下列症状:一、他们很容易受到惊吓,甚至在正常情况下,一般人都不会感到害怕的场合下,他们都会感到神经紧张不安;二、他们呼吸短促,胸部疼痛,心跳加快,阵阵发抖;(这里应为":"号-译者注)三、他们觉得周围所有的人和种种情况都不是真实的;四、最为严重的是,有的害怕自己快要死了或快要发疯了。一个恐怖症发作了的人会表现出这一切症状或者说至少会表现出上述四种症状(一、二、三、四为本文译者所加)。关于恐怖症发作的致病原因有很多种解释。很多人主张说心理上的紧张压力从逻辑上来说应该是致病的原因,不过到现在为止还根本没有发现有任何据能持这一理论。不过,多方面调查研究显示女人比男人恐怖症发作的经历多,嗜酒成癖的人和吸毒的人更容易犯恐怖症发作的病。据报导至少有三种迹象可以表明某人得的是恐怖症而不是心脏病。第一是年龄,20到30之间的人更容易患恐怖症。第二是性别,女性比男性更容易患恐怖症。第三是症状的多样性。一位恐怖症患者通常至少会有本文先前提到的上述四种症状,而心脏病发作时患者通常只有疼痛和呼吸短促。一般人都一致认为恐怖症发作时不会直接危及到一个人的生命。尽管如此,恐怖症会不必要地扰乱了一个人的生活秩序,会使一个为因为非常害怕恐怖症发作而不敢到公共场所去,结果这个患者就不敢离开家一步,终于导致与世隔绝。克拉克医生的嘱咐是,凡认为自己患有恐怖症的人都要请医生做体格检查以便首先排除有器质性病变的可能。一旦患者被确认为事实上得的是恐怖症,那么患者就应寻求心理治疗,配合药物治疗。 Article/200802/27986PART THREE - A YOUNG WOMAN AT THORNFIELDCHAPTER EIGHTEENMr. Rochester's Story"Don't cry, Jane. I can't stand it. Please be calm," he cried."How can I be calm, when you're so angry?""I'm not angry, but I love you so much, and your pale little face looked so stern and decided." [-----1-----]."Jane!" he said sadly, "you don't love me, then?""Edward, I do love you," I answered, "more than ever. But this is the last time I can say it. I know now what I have to do, but you'll be so angry if I tell you.""Oh, tell me! If I'm angry, you can always start to cry," he said, smiling a little."Mr. Rochester, I must leave you. [-----2-----].""Of course, I told you we would leave here. I'll ignore that silly talk about you leaving me. You'll be Mrs. Rochester, and I'll be your husband until I die. We'll live together happily in the south of France. Now, Jane, don't shake your head, or I'll get angry.""Sir, your wife is alive," I said firmly. "[-----3-----], and I can't do that!""Edward, you're a fool!" he said suddenly to himself. "Jane, I haven't told you the whole story. You must know everything. Listen to me, Jane. Do you know what happened to my family's money, after my father died?""Mrs. Fairfax told me a little about it, sir." 填空 :1、He tried to put his arm around me, but I would not let him他想搂着我,但我不允许。2、I must live a new life, with strangers我必须和陌生人开始一种全新的生活。3、If I lived with you, I'd be your mistress如果我跟你一起生活,我就是你的情妇。 隐藏Vocabulary Focusdecided:坚定的,后面如接名词,用介词about。 Article/200906/72234上海玫瑰医院绣眉手术价格More trouble for Anne安妮还有更多的麻烦#39;I think I#39;ll ask the new vicar, Mr Allan, and his wife to tea on Wednesday. #39;said Marilla one day.一天,玛丽拉说:“星期三,我打算请新的牧师阿伦先生和他的太太来喝茶。”#39;Oh yes, please do! #39;cried Anne excitedly. #39;Mrs Allan is young and beautiful, and has a very sweet smile! Can I make a cake for tea? Say yes, Marilla! #39;“那太好了,请他们来吧!”安妮兴奋地叫道。“阿伦太太年轻漂亮,笑起来可甜了!我能为他们做块茶点蛋糕吗?答应吧,玛丽拉!”Marilla agreed, and for the next few days Anne planned what she would put in her cake.玛丽拉同意了。在以后的几天里,安妮盘算着在蛋糕里放些什么。#39;I do hope it#39;s going to be a good one, #39;she told Diana. #39;Sometimes I forget to put in the right things. #39;“我真希望蛋糕会好吃,”她对戴安娜说。“但有时我会忘了应该放些什么。”#39;You made a very good one last week, #39;said her friend. #39;I#39;m sure it#39;ll be all right. #39;“上星期你做的蛋糕很不错,”戴安娜回答道。“我想这次也不会有问题的。”On Wednesday the tea party started very well.星期三到了,下午茶聚会开始得很顺利。#39;These are very good cakes, Miss Cuthbert, #39;Mrs Allan said to Marilla. #39;You have been busy. #39;“蛋糕看上去很不错,卡斯伯特,”阿伦太太对玛丽拉说。“把您忙坏了吧。”#39;Anne made this one, specially for you, Mrs Allan, #39;replied Marilla.“这蛋糕是安妮特意为您做的,阿伦太太。”玛丽拉回答道。#39;Oh well, I must try some, #39;laughed the vicar#39;s wife. But after the first mouthful there was a very strange look on her face.“噢,是吗?我一定要尝尝。”牧师太太笑道。但当她尝了一口之后,脸上出现了一种奇怪的表情。#39;Is anything wrong? #39;asked Marilla. She ate a piece of Anne#39;s cake herself. #39;Oh! Anne! What have you put in this cake? #39;she cried.“有什么不妥吗?”玛丽拉问。她自己也吃了一块安妮做的蛋糕。“噢!安妮!你在这蛋糕里放了些什么?”她叫道。#39;Isn#39;t it…isn#39;t it all right? #39;asked Anne, her face red.“难道……难道不好吃吗?”安妮红着脸问。#39;All right? It#39;s horrible! Don#39;t try to eat any more, Mrs Allan. Anne, you#39;ve put my medicine in this cake! #39;“好吃?简直是难以下咽!阿伦太太,别再吃了。安妮,你把我的药放进蛋糕里了。”#39;Oh! I didn#39;t know! It was white, and in a bottle! I thought it was milk! #39;sobbed Anne. She ran upstairs and fell on her bed, crying loudly.“噢!我不知道!它是白色的,放在一个瓶子里!我以为是牛奶!”安妮边哭边说。她跑上楼,趴在床上大声哭了起来。But later that evening, when Mrand Mrs Allan went home, Marilla came to talk to her.那天晚上,阿伦先生和太太回家以后,玛丽拉来劝安妮。#39;Oh Marilla! #39;cried Anne. #39;Everybody in Avonlea will laugh at me for putting medicine in a cake! #39;“唉,玛丽拉!”安妮抽泣着说。“埃文利村的每一个人都会嘲笑我把药放在蛋糕里!”Marilla smiled and touched Anne#39;s hot face. #39;No, they won#39;t, Anne. Mrs Allan wasn#39;t angry, you know. She said it was very kind of you to make her a cake, and she#39;s asked you to tea at her house! #39;玛丽拉微笑着摸了摸安妮滚烫的小脸。“不,他们不会的,安妮。你知道吗,阿伦太太没有生气。她说很感激你为她做了一个蛋糕,她还邀请你去她家喝茶呢!”#39;Oh, so she#39;s forgiven me! She is nice, isn#39;t she? #39;said Anne thankfully. #39;Why do I get into trouble like this? Perhaps I won#39;t make any mistakes tomorrow. #39;“真的吗?那么说她原谅我了!她真好,不是吗?”安妮充满感激地说。“我怎么会遇到这样的麻烦?也许我明天不会再犯错误了。” /201205/183089上海市长海医院激光去斑手术价格

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