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1 My first sea journey 第1章 我的第一次海上旅行Before I begin my story I would like to tell you a little about myself.开始我的故事之前,我想先向你谈一点我自己的情况。I was born in the year 1632,in the city of York in the north of England.我1632年出生在英国北部的约克郡。My father was German but he came tolive and work in England.我父亲是德国人,但他却来到英国居住和工作。Soon after that he married my mother who was English.此后不久,他与我母亲结了婚。我母亲是英国人。Her family name was Robinson so when I was born they called me Robinson after her.娘家姓鲁宾孙,因此,我出生后他们都称呼我鲁宾孙,沿用了我母亲的姓氏。My father did well in his business and I went to a good school.我父亲在生意上做得很出色,并且我也进了一所好学校。He wanted me to get a good job and live a quiet com fortable life.他希望我得到好的工作,过一种平静的、舒适的生活。But I did not want that.但是我不希望如此。I wanted adventure and an exciting life.我喜欢冒险和刺激的生活。#39; I want to be a sailor and go to sea #39; I told my mother and father.“我想成为一名水手去航行,”我告诉父母亲。They were very unhappy about this.他们对此很不高兴。#39; Please do not go #39; my father said. #39; You will not be happy you know.“不要去,”父亲说。“你不会幸福的。 你知道。”Sailors have a difficult and dangerous life. #39; And be because I loved him and he was unhappy I tried to forget about the sea.“水手过着艰苦而且危险的生活。”因为我爱父亲,他不高兴,我便试图忘掉大海。But I could not forget and about a year later I saw a friend in town.但我不可能忘掉,大约一年后,我在镇里遇到一个朋友。His father had a ship and my friend saidto me #39; We #39;re sailing to London tomorrow.他的父亲有一艘船,我的朋友对我说,“明天我们航行去伦敦。”Why do not you come with us #39; And so on September 1st,1651,I went to Hull and the next day we sailed for London.你为什么不和我们一起走呢?于是,1651年9月1日,我到了赫尔港,第二天我们驶向伦敦。But a few days later there was a strong wind.但是,几天后,刮起了狂风。The sea was rough and dangerous and the ship went up and down up and down.狂暴的大海危机四伏,船不断颠簸。I was very ill and very afraid.我晕船晕得厉害,非常害怕。#39; Oh I do not want to die #39; I cried. #39; I want to live If I live I #39;ll go home and never go to sea again #39; The next day the wind dropped and the sea was quiet and be autiful again.“哦,我不想死!”我哭喊起来。“我想活着!假如我活着,我就要回家,再也不出海了!” 第二天,风停了,大海又重新恢复了平静而美丽。#39; Well Bob #39; my friend laughed. #39; How do you feel now The wind was not too bad.“好了,鲍伯,”我的朋友笑着说。“现在你感觉如何?这风并不太令人讨厌。”#39; #39; What #39; I cried. #39; It was a terrible storm. #39; #39; Oh that was not a storm #39; my friend answered.“什么!”我大叫起来。“这可是一场可怕的风暴。” “哦,这不算风暴,”我的朋友回答。#39; Just a little wind.“仅仅是小风而已。”Forget it.“忘记它吧。”Come and have a drink. #39; After a few drinks with my friend I felt better.“来,喝一杯。”和朋友喝了几杯,我感觉好多了。I forgot about the danger and decided not to go home.我忘记了危险,决定不回家了。I didn#39;twant my friends and family to laugh at me I stayed in London for some time but I still wanted to go to sea.我不愿意我的朋友和家人嘲笑我!我在伦敦停留了一段时间,但我仍然想去航行。So when the captain of a ship asked me to gowith him to Guinea in Africa I agreed.所以,当一位船长要求我和他一起去非洲的几内亚时,我答应了。And so I went to sea for the second time.于是,我第二次去航海。It was a good ship and everything went well at first but I was very ill again.这是一艘好船,开始一切都很顺利,但是我又晕得厉害。Then when we were near theCanary Is lands a Turkish pirate ship came after us.此后,当我们接近加纳利群岛时,一艘土耳其海盗船跟上了我们。They were famous thieves of the sea at that time.他们是当时有名的海盗。There was along hard fight but when it finished we and the ship were prisoners.经过一场长时间激烈的交火,一切都结束时,我们连人带船都成了俘虏。The Turkish captain and his men took us to Sallee in Moroc.土耳其船长和他的部下把我们带到洛哥的萨利。They wanted to sell us as slaves in the marketsthere.他们想在那儿的市场上把我们当作奴隶卖掉。But in the end the Turkish captain decided to keep me for himself and took me home with him.但最后土耳其船长决定把我留给他自己,带我随他回家。This was asudden and terrible change in my life.这是我一生中一次突然的可怕的变故。I was now a slave and this Turkish captain was my master.现在我成了奴隶,这位土耳其船长是我的主人。 Article/201202/171629哈尔滨医大一院的评价有声名著之简爱Jene Eyer Chapter19 相关名著:查泰莱夫人的情人呼啸山庄 Article/200809/47256无痛人流哈尔滨哪个医院好1 Down the rabbit-hole第1章 掉进兔子洞Alice was beginning to get very bored.She and her sister were sitting under the trees.Her sister was ing,but Alice had nothing to do.Once or twice she looked into her sister#39;s book,but it had no pictures or conversations in it.爱丽丝开始觉得有点无聊了。她和正坐在树下。在看书,而爱丽丝无事可做。她不时看看的书,里面既没有图画,也没有对话。;And what is the use of a book,;thought Alice,;without pictures or conversations?;;一本书没有图画和对话有什么用呢?;爱丽丝想。She tried to think of something to do,but it was a hot day and she felt very sleepy and stupid.She was still sitting and thinking when suddenly a White Rabbit with pink eyes ran past her.她想找点什么事儿做做,可天气很热,她觉得又因又无聊。正坐在那儿想事,忽然,一只长着粉红眼睛的白兔跑过她身边。There was nothing really strange about seeing a rabbit.And Alice was not very surprised when the Rabbit said,;Oh dear!Oh dear!I shall be late!;(Perhaps it was a little strange, Alice thought later,but at the time she was not surprised.)看到一只兔子真没有什么可奇怪的。兔子说话时爱丽丝居然也不觉得太奇怪。兔子说,;噢,天哪!噢,天哪!我要迟到了!;(后来爱丽丝想起这事觉得有点儿奇怪,但当时她并不觉得有什么奇怪。)But then the Rabbit took a watch out of its pocket,looked at it,and hurried on.At once Alice jumped to her feet.然后兔子从自己的口袋里掏出一块表,看了看,赶紧走了。爱丽丝立刻跳了起来。;I#39;ve never before seen a rabbit with either a pocket,or a watch to take out of it,;she thought.And she ran quickly across the field after the Rabbit.She did not stop to think, and when the Rabbit ran down a large rabbit-hole,Alice followed it immediately.;我从未见过有口袋的兔子,或者兔子掏出一块手表来。;她想。她跟在兔子后面很快跑过田野。她也没停下来想一想,当兔子跑进一个大的兔子洞时,爱丽丝立即跟了进去。After a little way the rabbit-hole suddenly went down,deep into the ground.Alice could not stop herself falling,and down she went,too.走了一小段,兔子洞突然向下转,直深入地下。爱丽丝不由自主地掉了下去。It was a very strange hole Alice was falling very slowly, and she had time to think and to look around her.She could see nothing below her because it was so dark.But when she looked at the sides of the hole,she could see cupboards and books and pictures on the walls.She had time to take things out of a cupboard,look at them,and then put them back in a cupboard lower down.这个兔子洞很奇怪。爱丽丝往下掉得很慢,来得及看看四周。下面很暗,她什么也看不清。但她看到洞壁上有小柜子、书和画儿。她有时间从柜子里拿点东西,看上一眼,再放到下面的柜子里。;Well!;thought Alice.;After a fall like this,I can fall anywhere!I can fall downstairs at home,and I won#39;t cry or say a word about it!;;嗯,;爱丽丝想。;跌了这一下子,我到哪儿也不会怕跌倒了!以后在家里跌下楼梯,我不会哭也不会说什么。;Down,down,down.;How far have I fallen now?;Alice said aloud to herself.;Perhaps I#39;m near the centre of the earth.Let me think;That#39;s four thousand miles down.; (Alice was very good at her school lessons and could remember a lot of things like this.)往下掉呀,掉呀,掉呀。爱丽丝自言自语:;现在我掉下来了多深?也许我快到地球中心了。让我想想;;那是地下4000公里。;(爱丽丝功课不错,能记住好多这样的事。)Down,down,down.Would she ever stop falling?Alice was very nearly asleep when,suddenly,she was sitting on the ground.Quickly,she jumped to her feet and looked around.She could see the White Rabbit,who was hurrying away and still talking to himself.;Oh my ears and whiskers!;he was saying.;How late it#39;s getting!;掉呀,掉呀,掉呀。什么时候才能停下来呢?爱丽丝都快睡着了,突然,她一下坐到了地上。她很快跳了起来,看了看周围。她看见白兔正急匆匆走开,还在自言自语:;噢,我的耳朵和胡子!现在太晚了!;Alice ran after him like the wind.She was getting very near him when he suddenly turned a corner.Alice ran round the corner too,and then stopped.She was now in a long,dark room with doors all round the walls,and she could not see the White Rabbit anywhere.爱丽丝跟在他后面像风一样跑起来。她就快追上他了,兔子突然转了个弯。爱丽丝也转过弯,然后停了下来。这是一个狭长的房间,很暗,墙四周都是门。她看不清白兔在哪儿。She tried to open the doors,but they were all locked.;How will I ever get out again?;she thought sadly.Then she saw a little glass table with three legs,and on the top of it was a very small gold key.Alice quickly took the key and tried it in all the doors,but oh dear!Either the locks were too big,or the key was too small,but she could not open any of the doors.她试着推开门,可门都锁着。;我怎么才能再出去呢?;她想,伤心极了。接着她看见一张三条腿的小玻璃桌,上面放了一把很小的金钥匙。爱丽丝马上拿起钥匙,试了试所有的门,可是天哪!锁都太大了,而钥匙大小了,她一个门也打不开。 Article/201203/173802Wake up and Smell the Coffee 饮咖啡也要思源Some people cannot imagine starting the day without a cup of coffee. From the most fashionable cafes of Paris to the breakfast stands lining the streets of Taipei, coffee has firmly established itself as one of the world's favorite beverages. For such a well-loved drink, however, few people are aware of its curious origins. As legend goes, coffee berries were first discovered in 850 by an Ethiopian goat herder who noticed his goats were much friskier after having eaten the red berries of a local bush. After trying the berries himself, the goat herder felt much more energetic than usual. He disseminated the news about the wonderful berry, and soon monks were hailing it as an elixir and drinking the brew to stay awake during evening prayers. Although coffee originated on the plateaus of Ethiopia, it was the Arabs who first cultivated it around 1100. They were also the first people to roast it and boil it. By 1475, people in Constantinople were enjoying a cup of coffee in the world's first coffee shop. Coffee sp to Europe around 1600 and to the New World seven years later.These days, it seems you can get a cup of coffee just about everywhere you go. Every year, coffee lovers consume more than 400 billion cups of one of the world's biggest commodities-second only to oil. 有些人难以想象,不喝一杯咖啡怎么能开始一天的生活。从巴黎最流行的咖啡厅到台北街头林立的早餐店,咖啡已跻身世界最受欢迎的饮料行列。像这样广受喜爱的饮料,却很少有人明白它奇妙的起源。传说咖啡的果实是公元850年一个埃塞俄比亚牧羊人发现的:他注意到山羊吃了当地某种灌木的红色果实之后便活蹦乱跳起来。他自己尝了一下,发现比平常更精力充沛。他到处去说这种神奇果子的消息,没多久,僧侣们就将其奉为仙丹,晚祷时喝它的酿造物而不会入睡。咖啡原产于埃塞俄比亚高原,但首先培植咖啡树的却是公元1100年左右的阿拉伯人。他们也是第一个烘焙、烹煮咖啡的人。到了公元1475年,君士坦丁堡人就在全世界第一家咖啡馆里享用起了一杯咖啡。咖啡约于西元1600年传到欧洲,七年后再传入新大陆。 现在,无论你身在何方,咖啡似乎都唾手可得。爱喝咖啡的人每年要喝掉四千亿杯咖啡。咖啡俨然成为世界最大宗的商品──仅次于石油。 Article/200803/29873黑龙江哈市医大三院能做三镜一丝手术吗

方正县妇女医院门诊收费哈尔滨人流做的比较好的医院A Voice, A Pair Of Legs And A Girl 01怪声 怪腿 怪女孩 01  This all started happening about 2 years ago, when my family and I moved into our new house.   Everything was normal at first. We were building the house at the time. Some workers and some of my dad's family members came and helped out but there is a small room under the house and for some odd reason I got sick every time I went down there.  It was the smell that was really horrible. I can't really describe it but it was just disgusting. When everyone left, my mom said that there were still some rooms that needed to be painted so I asked her if we could camp out in the house instead of going back to our small apartment. My mom told me that it was a great idea, either though the house had no electricity.  I got sick once again when I went back to that room. Note that I was the only one who got sick in that room and I was the only one who could smell the horrible odor.  There was also a small crack in the bricks on the other side of that room. It got so bad that on that night my brother put 20 dollars in that small crack in the wall. He said if I went to the other side of the room I could have the money. Of course like any other teenager at my age I agreed.  这一切大约是在两年前开始发生的,那时我们全家刚刚搬进新家。  刚开始时,一切正常,当时,我们家正在建房子,一些工人,还有我爸爸家里的一些人都过来帮忙,没有什么特别的。就是在这所房子的下面还有一个小房间,不知道什么原因,每次我进去我总会病一场。  那里面的气味实在是太难闻了,我实在无法描述它有多难闻,只能说是令人作呕。当帮忙的人都走后,我妈妈说还有几间房间需要粉刷,于是我就问她我们可不可以在暂时安顿在新房子里,就不用回到我们那小公寓里去了。对于我的建议,妈妈大加赞赏,尽管当时的房子还没有通电。  当我再次回到那间房子时,我又病了。请注意,我是在那间房子住过的人中唯一一个生病的,同时也是唯一一个能够闻到那股令人作呕气味的人。  在这间房子的墙壁上还有一个小砖缝,不巧的是,那天夜里我哥哥把20美元塞到了那个砖缝里,他说,如果我到房间的那一侧就能够拿到这些钱。对于当时我这个年龄的十几岁小孩来说,当然是相信了。 Article/200810/54479The problem of Jet Lag is one every international traveller comes across at some time. But do you have to suffer? Understand what it is, and how a careful diet can minimize its worst effects, and your flights will be less stressful.The effects of rapid travel on the body are actually far more disturbing than we realize. Jet Lag is not a psychological consequence of having to just to a different time zone. It is due to changes in the body's physiological regulatory mechanisms, specifically the hormonal systems, in a different environment.Confused? So was John Foster Dulles, the American Secretary of State, when he flew to Egypt to conduct negotiations on the Aswan Dam. He later blamed his poor judgment on Jet Lag.The effects can be used to advantage, too. President Johnson once conducted an important meeting in Guam and kept the entire proceedings at Washington DC time. The White House working personnel were as fresh as paint, while the locals, in this case, were jet-lagged. Essentially, they had been instantaneously transported to America.Now that we understand what Jet Lag is, we can go some way to overcoming it. A great number of the body's events are scheduled to occur at a certain time of day. Naturally these have to be regulated, and there are two regulatory systems which interact.One timing system comes from the evidence of our senses and stomachs, and the periodicity we experience when living in a particular time zone. The other belongs in our internal clocks (the major one of which may be physically located in a part of the brain called the suprachiasmatic nucleus) which, left alone, would tie the body to a 25 hour - yes, 25 - rhythm. Normally the two timers are in step, and the external cues tend to regularise the internal clocks to the more convenient 24 hour period.If, however, you move the whole body to a time zone which is four hours different, the two clocks will be out of step, like two alarm clocks which are normally set together, but which have been reset a few hours apart. Whereas the two clocks would normally sound their alarms together, now they ring at different times. Similarly, the body can be set for evening while the sun is rising.In time the physiological system will reset itself, but it does take time. One easily monitored rhythm is palm sweating. A man flown to a time zone different by 10 hours will take eight days to just his palm sweat. Blood pressure, which is also rhythmical, takes four days to just.One reason for this discrepancy is that different bodily events are controlled by different factors. The hormone cortisol, which controls salt and water excretion, is made in the morning, wherever the body is. But the growth hormone is released during sleep, whenever in the day that sleep occurs. Normally these two hormones are separated by seven or eight hours, but if the body arrives at a destination in the early morning (local) and goes to sleep as soon as possible, the two hormones will be released simultaneously.What can we do about it? It is not feasible to wait four days until the body is used to the new time zone. Fortunately there is a short cut. It relies on two things - the power of the stomach to regulate the timing of other events, and the pharmacological actions of coffee.The basic assumptions are:Coffee delays the body clock in the morning, and advances it at night. Coffee at mid-afternoon is neutral.Protein in meals stimulates wakefulness, while carbohydrates promote sleep.Putting food into an empty stomach helps synchronize the body clock. Article/200803/28116哈尔滨人流一般要花多少钱24These were the divisions of the sons of Aaron: The sons of Aaron were Nadab, Abihu, Eleazar and Ithamar. 2But Nadab and Abihu died before their father did, and they had no sons; so Eleazar and Ithamar served as the priests. 3With the help of Zadok a descendant of Eleazar and Ahimelech a descendant of Ithamar, David separated them into divisions for their appointed order of ministering. 4A larger number of leaders were found among Eleazar's descendants than among Ithamar's, and they were divided accordingly: sixteen heads of families from Eleazar's descendants and eight heads of families from Ithamar's descendants. 5They divided them impartially by drawing lots, for there were officials of the sanctuary and officials of God among the descendants of both Eleazar and Ithamar. 6The scribe Shemaiah son of Nethanel, a Levite, recorded their names in the presence of the king and of the officials: Zadok the priest, Ahimelech son of Abiathar and the heads of families of the priests and of the Levites-one family being taken from Eleazar and then one from Ithamar. 7The first lot fell to Jehoiarib, the second to Jedaiah, 8the third to Harim, the fourth to Seorim, 9the fifth to Malkijah, the sixth to Mijamin, 10the seventh to Hakkoz, the eighth to Abijah, 11the ninth to Jeshua, the tenth to Shecaniah, 12the eleventh to Eliashib, the twelfth to Jakim, 13the thirteenth to Huppah, the fourteenth to Jeshebeab, 14the fifteenth to Bilgah, the sixteenth to Immer, 15the seventeenth to Hezir, the eighteenth to Happizzez, 16the nineteenth to Pethahiah, the twentieth to Jehezkel, 17the twenty-first to Jakin, the twenty-second to Gamul, 18the twenty-third to Delaiah and the twenty-fourth to Maaziah. 19This was their appointed order of ministering when they entered the temple of the Lord , according to the regulations prescribed for them by their forefather Aaron, as the Lord , the God of Israel, had commanded him. 20As for the rest of the descendants of Levi: from the sons of Amram: Shubael; from the sons of Shubael: Jehdeiah. 21As for Rehabiah, from his sons: Isshiah was the first. 22From the Izharites: Shelomoth; from the sons of Shelomoth: Jahath. 23The sons of Hebron: Jeriah the first, Amariah the second, Jahaziel the third and Jekameam the fourth. 24The son of Uzziel: Micah; from the sons of Micah: Shamir. 25The brother of Micah: Isshiah; from the sons of Isshiah: Zechariah. 26The sons of Merari: Mahli and Mushi. The son of Jaaziah: Beno. 27The sons of Merari: from Jaaziah: Beno, Shoham, Zaccur and Ibri. 28From Mahli: Eleazar, who had no sons. 29From Kish: the son of Kish: Jerahmeel. 30And the sons of Mushi: Mahli, Eder and Jerimoth. These were the Levites, according to their families. 31They also cast lots, just as their brothers the descendants of Aaron did, in the presence of King David and of Zadok, Ahimelech, and the heads of families of the priests and of the Levites. The families of the oldest brother were treated the same as those of the youngest. Article/200812/58755齐齐哈尔市中医院挂号网

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