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Good morning from the CNN center in Atlanta, I’m Reggie Aqui. Thanks for checking in. Here’s a look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

A levee break this morning in Illinois near the swallowed Mississippi River has forced the closure of the great river bridge that links Gulfport to Burlington. The break has engineers keeping watch on / other levees just in case. The Army Corps / Engineer estimates that more than 2 dozen levees between Davenport / Iowa, and St Louis could fail this week. Now the race is on to raise those levees with millions of sandbags. President Bush will see some of the damage himself on Thursday.

 

The American Red Cross is out of cash. It says it's borrowing money, it’s a pay for disaster relief for the Midwest flooding victims. Over the past 2 months / Red Cross has responded to / 30 disasters. Executives also say donors are giving less because of / high gas prices and the slumping housing market.

 

In China, more than 60 people have died in some of the worst flooding in decades. The rising waters have forced more than one million people out of their homes and torrential rains have been making it extremely difficult to help those who are survivors of last month’s earthquake.

 

This afternoon people will get a chance to say goodbye to Tim Russert. There is a public wake for the late "Meet the Press" host in Washington. A private funeral and burial will take place tomorrow. Russert died of a heart attack on Friday. And autopsy showed he had an enlarged heart and a blocked artery that ruptured.

 

Be sure to stay with CNN. com 24-7 for news from all around the world. Of course we are gonna have your updates right here throughout the day.

 

[ 本帖最后由 ruerica 于 2008-6-18 14:16 编辑 ]
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Good morning,From the CNN Center in Atlanta,I'm Reggie Aqui.Thanks for checking in,here is a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

A levee break this morning in Illinois near the swollen Mississippi river has forced a closure of the great river bridge,that linked Gulfport to Burlington. the break has engineers keeping watch on other levees just in case,the Army Corps Engineer estimates at more than 2 dozen levees between DavenPort Iowa and St Louis could fail this week.Now the race is on to raise those levees with millions of sandbags.President Bush will see some of the damage himself on Thursday.

 

The American Red Cross is out of cash.it says it's borrowing money,it's a pay for the disaster relief for the Midwest flooding victims.over the past two month,red cross has responded to 30 disasters.executives also say donors are giving less because of high gas prices and the slumping housing market.

 

In China more than 60 people have died in some of the worst flooding in decades,the rising water has forced more than 1 million people out of their homes.And torrential rains have been making it extremely difficult to help those survivors of last month's earthquake.

 

This afternoon,people will get a chance to say goodbye to Tim Russert.there is a public wake for the late "Meet the Press" host in Washington.A private funeral and burial will take place tomorrow.Russert died of a heart attack on Friday.And autopsy showed he had an enlarged heart and blocked artery that ruptured.

 

Be sure to stick with CNN.com 24-7 for news from around the world.Of course we're gonna have your updates right here throughout the day.

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Good morning from the CNN center in Atlanta, I’m Reggie Aqui. Thanks for checking in. here is look at what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

A levee break this morning in Illinois, near the swallowed Mississippi River, has forced the closure of the great river bridge that links golf poor to Burlington. The Break has engineers keeping watch on other levees just in case. The army court engineer estimates that more than 2 dozens levees between Davenport Iowa and St Louis could fail this week. Now the race is on to raise that levees with millions of sandbags. President Bush will see some damage themselves on Thursday.

 The American Red Cross is out of cash, it says it borrowing money to pay for disaster relief for the Midwest flooding victims. Over the past two months Red Cross has responded to thirty disasters, executives also say donors are giving less because of high gas prices and the slumping housing market.

 

In china more than 60 people have died in some of the worst flooding in decades. The rising waters have forced more than one million people out of their homes and torrential rains have been making an extremely difficult to help those survivors of last month earthquake.

 

This afternoon people got chance to say goodbye to Tim Russert. There is a public wake for the late meet press host in Washington. A private funeral and burial will take place tomorrow. Russert died of heart attack on Friday and autopsy showed he had an enlarged heart in block artery that ruptured.

 

Be sure to stay with CNN.com 24/7 from news around the world. Of course we are going to have update right here throughout the day.

 

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Good morning from the CNN Center in Atlanta, I'm Reggie Aqui. Thanks for checking in. Here s a look at what s happening NOW IN THE NEWS. A levee break this morning in Illinois near the swollen Mississippi River has forced the closures of the Great River\ Bridge that links Gulfport to Burlington. The break has engineers keeping watch on the other levees just in case. The Army Corps of Engineers estimated more than 2 dozens levees between Davenport to Iowa, and St Louis could fail this week. Now the race is on to raise those levees with millions of sandbags. President Bush will see some of the damage himself on Thursday.

The American Red Cross is out of cash. It says it is borrowing money to pay for disaster relief for the Midwest flooding victims. Over the past 2 months the Red Cross has responded to \ 30 disasters. Executives also say\ donors are giving less because of the high gas prices and the slumping housing market.

In China, more than 60 people have died in some of the worst flooding in decades. The rising water has forced more than one million people out of their homes and torrential rains have been making it extremely difficult to help those who are survivors of last month's earthquake.

This afternoon people will get a chance to say goodbye to Tim Russert. There is a public wake for the late "Meet the Press" host in Washington. A private funeral and burial will take place tomorrow. Russert died of a heart attack on Friday. An\ autopsy showed he had an enlarged heart at a blocked artery that ruptured. Be sure to stick with cnn.com 24-7 for news from \ around the world. Of course we are gonna have you update right here throughout the day.

[ 本帖最后由 翩然花逝 于 2008-6-18 19:48 编辑 ]

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Good morning from the CNN Center in Atlanta, I'm Reggie Aqui. Thanks for checking in. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

A levee break this morning in Illinois near the swollen Mississippi River has forced the closure of the Great River Bridge that links Gulf Port to Burlington. The break has engineers keeping watch on other levees, just in case. The Army Corps of Engineers estimates that more than two dozen levees between Davenport, Iowa and St Louis could fail this week. Now the race is on to raise those levees with millions of sandbags. President Bush will see some of the damage himself on Thursday.

 

The American Red Cross is out of cash. It says it's borrowing money to pay for disaster relief for the Midwest flooding victims. Over the past two months, the Red Cross has responded to 30 disasters. Executives also say donors are giving less because of high gas prices and the slumping housing market.

 

In China, more than 60 people have died in some of the worst flooding in decades. The rising waters have forced more than one million people out of their homes and torrential rains have been making it extremely difficult to help those who are survivors of last month's earthquake.

 

This afternoon people will get a chance to say goodbye to Tim Russert. There is a public wake for the late "Meet the Press" host in Washington. A private funeral and burial will take place tomorrow. Russert died of a heart attack on Friday. An autopsy showed he had an enlarged heart and a blocked artery that ruptured.

 

Be sure to stick with cnn.com 24/7 for news from all around the world. Of course we are gonna have your updates right here throughout the day.

 

 

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Good morning, from the CNN Center in Atlanta, I'm Raggie Aqui. Thanks for checking in, here's a look at what is happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

A levee break this morning near the swallow Mississippi River has forced the closure of the Great River Bridge that links Gulfport to Burlington. The break has engineers keeping watch on other levees just in case. The Army Corps of Engineers estimates that more than two dozen levees between Davenport, Iowa and Saint-Louis could fail this week. Now the race is on to raise those levees with millions of sandbags. President Bush will see some of the damage himself on Thursday.

 

The American Red Cross is * cash. It says it’s borrowing money to pay for disaster relief for the Midwest flooding victims. Over the past two months, the Red Cross has responded to 30 disasters. Executives also say donors are giving less because of high gas prices and slumping housing market.

 

In China, more than 60 people have died in some of the worst flooding in decades. The rising waters have forced more than one million people * their homes. And torrential rains have been making it extremely difficult to help those survivors of last month's earthquake.

 

This afternoon, people would get chances to say goodbye to Tim Russert. There is a public wake for the * "Meet the Press" host in Washington. A private funeral and * will take place tomorrow. Russert died of heart attack on Friday. And all * issue they had * a large blocked artery that *.

 

Be sure stick with CNN.com, 24-7 news from around the world. Of course we're gonna have you updated right here throughout the day.

 

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A levee break this morning in Illinois near the Sm Mississippi river has forced the closure of great river brage that link Sg port to Berilinton. The break engineer are keeping watch on other levees just in case. The army court engineers estimate that more than two dozen levees between Deve port Iowa and Sin Luies could fail this week. Now the race is on to raise those levees with millions of sandbags. President Bush will see some of the damage himself Thursday.

 

The America Red Cross is out of cash, it’s said it’s buying money to pay for the disaster relief for the Midwest flood victims. Over the past two month, the

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Good morning from the CNN Center in Atlanta.I'm Reggie Aqui.Thanks for checking in.Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

A levee break this morning in Illinois near the swallon Mississippi River has forced closure of the degrade river bridge that links Gulf Port to Burlington.The break has engineers keeps watch on other levees just in case.The Army Corps of engineers estimates that more than 2 dozen levees between Davenport,Iowa and St.Louis could fail this week.Now the race is on to raise those levees with millions of sandbags.President Bush will see some of the damage himself on Thursday.

 

The American Red Cross is out of cash.It says it's borrowing money to pay for disater relief fo the Midwest flooding victims.Over the past two months,The Red Cross has responded to thirty disaters.Executives also say donors are giving less because of high gas prices and the slumping housing market.

 

In China,more than sixty people have died in some of the worst flooding in decades.The rising waters have forced more than 1 million people out of their homes and torrential rains have been making it extremely difficult to help those who are suvivors of last month's earthquake.

 

This afternoon people will get a chance to say goodbye to Tim Russert.There is a public wake for the late"Meet The Press host in Washington.A private funeral and burial will take place tomorrow.The Russert died of a heart attack on Friday.An autopsy showed he had an elarged heart and a blocked artery that ruptured.

 

Be sure to stick with cnn.com 24/7 for news from around the world.Of course we are gonna have you updates right here through out the day.

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1. A levee break this morning in Illinois near the swallowed Mississippi river has forced the closures of the great river bridge that links Gulfport to Burlington. The break has engineers keeping watch on other levees just in case. The army core engineers estimated more than 2 dozens levees between davenport to Iowa, and St Louis could fail this week. Now the race is on to raise those levees with millions of sandbags. President Bush will see some of the damage himself on Thursday.

 

2. The American Red Cross is out of cash. it says it is borrowing money to pay for the disaster relief for the Midwest flooding victims. Over the pass two months the Red Cross has responded to 30 disasters. Executive also says donors are giving less because of high gas price and slumping housing market.

 

3. In china, more than 60 people have died in some of the worst flooding in decades. The rising water has forced more than one million people out of their homes. And torrential rains have been making it extremely difficult to help those survivors of last month's earthquake.

 

4. This afternoon people will get a chance to say goodbye to Tim Russert. There is a public for the late "meet the press” host in Washington. a private funeral and burial will take place tomorrow. Russert died of a heart attack on Friday. And autopsy showed he had an enlarged heart at a blocked artery that ruptured.

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 cathy928 于 2008-6-18 22:37 编辑 ]

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Good morning from the CNN Center in Atlanta, I'm Reggie Aqui. Thanks for checking in. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

A levee break this morning in Illinois near the swollen Mississippi river has forced the closure of the Great River Bridge that links Golf Port to Burlington. The break has engineers keeping watch on other levees just in case. The army corps of engineers estimate that more than 2 dozons levees between Davenport, Iowa and St. Louis could fail this week. Now the race is on to raise those levees with millions of sandbags.

 

President Bush will see some of the damage himself on Thursday. The American Red Crosses is out of cash. It says it's borrowing money to pay for the disaster relief for the Midwest flooding victims. Over the past 2 months, the Red Crosses responded to 30 disasters, executives also say donors are giving less because of high gas prices and slumping housing market.

 

In China more than 60 people have died in some of the worst flooding in decades. The rising water has forced more than 1 million people out of their homes and torrrential rains have been making it extremely difficult to help those who are survivors of last month earthquake.

 

This afternoon people get a chance to see goodbye to Tim Russert there is a public wake for the late "Meet the Press" host in Washington. A private funeral and burial would take place tomorrow. Russert died of a heart attack on Friday. An autopsy showed he had an enlarge heart in a blocked artery that ruptured.

 

Be sure to stick with CNN.com 24/7 for news from all around the world. Of course we are gonna have your updates right here throughout the day.

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good morning from the cnn center in atlanta,im,,,,,,,,,,,,, thanks for checking in,here is a look at what is happening now in the news. a light break ........near the swollen missisipi river has foresclosure of the great river bridge that links .......to bloomington.the break has engineers keeping watch on other levees just in case,the army ......engineer estimates that more than 2 dozen levees between.........Iowa and St.louise could fail this week.now the races on to raise those levees with millions of sandbags.President Bush will see some of the damage himself on thursday. the american red cross is out of cash,it says it is borrowing money to pay for the disaster relieves for the mid-west flooding victims,over the last 2 months the red cross has responded to 30 disasters,exactly it also say doners are giving less because high gas prices and .....housing markets. in china,more than 60 people have died in some of the worst flooding in decades,the rising water has forced more than 1 million people out of their homes,the torentrial rains have been making it extremely difficult to help those survivors in the last month's earthquake. this afternoon,people get the chance to say "goodbye,......"there is a public wave for the late..........in washington,a pride .............and.......will take place tomorrow,.....die of heart attack on Friday and .........show he had. a large heart and ............that ruptured. be sure to stay with cnn.com 24 seven for news from all over the world,we are gonna update right here throughout the day.
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Good morning from the CNN center in Atlanta, I’m Rege Ken. Thanks for checking in, here’s a look what’s happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

A levy break this morning in Illinois rain near the slower Mississippian River has forced the closure of the Great River Bridge that links the Golf Port to Borlington. The break has engineers keep in watch another levy, just in case. The army called the engineers estimated more than 2 dozens of levy between Dewenpool, Iowa and San Luis could fail this week. Now the race’s on to raise the levies of millions of the sandbags. President Bush will see some of the damages himself on Thursday.

 

The American Red Cross is out of cash. It’s said it is borrowing money to pay for the disaster relief for Midwest flood victims. Over the past 2 months, the Red Cross has responded to free the disasters. Exactly it also says donors are giving less because the high gas price and slogan house market.

 

In China, more than 60 people have died in some of the worst flooding hit in decades. Rising water has forced more than 1 million people out of their homes and torrential rains have been leaking in extremely difficult to help those survivors in last month’s earth quake.

 

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Good morning from the CNN Center in Atlanta, I'm Reggie Aqui. Thanks for checking in. Here's a look at what's happening NOW IN THE NEWS.

 

A levee break this morning in Illinois near the swollen Mississippi River has forced the closure of the Great River Bridge that links Gulf Port to Burlington. The break has engineers keeping watch on other levees, just in case. The Army Corps of Engineers estimates that more than two dozen levees between Davenport, Iowa and St Louis could fail this week. Now the race is on to raise those levees with millions of sandbags. President Bush will see some of the damage himself on Thursday.

 

The American Red Cross is out of cash. It says it's borrowing money to pay for disaster relief for the Midwest flooding victims. Over the past two months, the Red Cross has responded to 30 disasters. Executives also say donors are giving less because of high gas prices and the slumping housing market.

 

In China, more than 60 people have died in some of the worst flooding in decades. The rising waters have forced more than one million people out of their homes and torrential rains have been making it extremely difficult to help those who are survivors of last month's earthquake.

 

This afternoon people will get a chance to say goodbye to Tim Russert. There is a public wake for the late "Meet the Press" host in Washington. A private funeral and burial will take place tomorrow. Russert died of a heart attack on Friday. An autopsy showed he had an enlarged heart and a blocked artery that ruptured.

 

Be sure to stick with CNN.com 24/7 for news from all around the world. Of course we are gonna have your updates right here throughout the day.

1.burial  n 埋葬  funeral   n  葬礼, 出殡

2.autopsy  n  (为查明死因而做的)尸体解剖, 验尸

3.artery  n  动脉, 要道

4.rupture  v  破裂, 裂开, 断绝(关系等), 割裂  n.破裂, 决裂, 敌对, 割裂

5.corps  n  军团, 兵队, , 兵种, 技术兵种, 特殊兵种, (德国大学的)学生联合会

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