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【整理】NPR 2008-08-15  【整理人】翩然花逝

 

From NPR News in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in France where she is calling on Russia to honor a French-mediated cease-fire with the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. She is then going to Georgia to show her support for the embattled leader there. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more.

 

A State Department spokesman said there have been confusing reports from the ground in Georgia and he echoed Rice's call on Russia to halt all military operations and let US aid flow in. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said much of the world is now looking at Russia "through different lenses". "If Russia does not step back from its aggressive posture and actions in Georgia, the U.S.-Russian relationship could be adversely affected for years to come." Gates said he sees no need to use US military force, however, saying his mission is a humanitarian one to bring in relief supplies and help Georgia recover. He said so far U.S. military experts have found the main port of Poti intact and key supply roads open. Michele Kelemen, NPR News, Washington.

 

The Federal Aviation Administration is accusing Fort Worth-based American Airlines of safety and drug-testing violations. The FAA says American returned two aircraft into service after pilots reported safety problems. The government says two of the Airlines' MD-83 jets were flown 58 times in violation of federal safety regulations. The government also cited the nation's largest airline for deficiencies in its drug and alcohol testing programs. The FAA says it is seeking more than seven million dollars in penalties against American.

 

Major concession toward former Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton. It's now been confirmed Clinton's name will be placed in nomination along with that of nominee-in-waiting Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. The move while largely symbolic is expected to help unite the party that was fractured by the divisive primary.

 

Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase have become the latest big banks to say they'll buy back auction-rate securities from their customers. Regulators say the banks misled customers about the risky securities. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

 

New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said the banks sold auction-rate securities to individual investors, charities and small businesses even though the market for these products had dried up. "These are people who believe they were buying a short-term security. It was a cash equivalent, just like cash. And for six months they've been locked in this nightmare where they can't get their money back." Auction-rate securities are debt products with interest rates that reset regularly. Cuomo's offer said JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley had agreed to buy back about seven billion dollars worth of securities between them. They agreed to the settlement without admitting any wrongdoing. Citigroup and UBS have already agreed to similar settlements. Jim Zarroli, NPR News, New York.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 82 points today to end the session at 11,615. The NASDAQ gained 25 points. The Standard & Poor's 500 was up seven points today.

 

This is NPR.

 

Police in Iraq say at least 18 people are dead and dozens of others were wounded after a female suicide bomber detonated an explosive device near a group of Shiite pilgrims. The blast south of Baghdad today was the deadliest in what authorities say has been a series of attacks aimed at travelers heading to the holy city of Karbala for a major religious festival. A witness says the woman blew herself up near a group that was resting by the side of the road.

 

In a rare order, a federal appeals court in New York will reconsider the case of Canadian rendition victim Maher Arar. Arar is an engineer who says he was tortured after being mistaken for a terrorist. His lawsuit was dismissed two months ago. NPR's Margot Adler reports.

 

Arar who was born in Syria was detained in 2002 while returning to Canada after a vacation. Federal authorities say he was wrongly identified as a member of Al-Qaeda. The Canadian government agreed to pay him 10 million dollars for passing bad information to US authorities. The US sent Arar to Syria and he has claimed in interviews and in the lawsuit that he was tortured there. The lawsuit was filed by the Center for Constitutional Rights in 2004. A three-judge panel dismissed the lawsuit in June, saying allowing it to proceed would harm national security and interfere with US foreign relations. But now lawyers have been notified that the full Second Circuit Court of Appeals, about a dozen judges, will rehear the case. Margot Adler, NPR News, New York.

 

Another sign the downturn in the US housing market may have further to go. The National Association of Realtors says house prices fell in more than three quarters of US cities during the second three months of this year. Nationally the medium price of a single family home was $206, 500, a more than 7.5% decline from the same period a year ago.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

 

[ 本帖最后由 翩然花逝 于 2008-8-16 23:42 编辑 ]
作者: 希崽天道酬勤    时间: 2008-8-15 10:16     标题: Homework

灌水帖里有人在夸你哈^_^

PS:记得以后头帖和修改稿发完了就别再改了,可以再回帖,还能得分^_^

by 翩然

 

From NPR News in Washington. I'm Jack Speer.

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in France where she is calling on Russia to honor of France mediated ceasefire with former Soviet Republic of Georgia. She is than going to Georgia to show her support for the embattled leader there. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more. A State Department spokesman said there have been confusing reports from the ground in georgia and he echoed rises call on Russia to hold on military operations and let US aid flow in. Defence Secretary Robert Gates said much of the world is now looking at Russia "through different lenses". "If Russia does not step back from its aggressive posture and actions in Georgia, the U.S.-Russian relationship could be adversely affected for years to come." Gates said this is no need to use US military forces however, saying his mission is a humanitarian one to bring in release surprise and help Georgia recover. He said so far U.S. military experts have found the main port of Poti in tag and key supply roads open.  Michele Kelemen, NPR News Washington.

 

 

The Federal Aviation Administration is accusing Fort Worth-based American Airlines of safety and drug-testing violations. The FAA says American return two aircraft in the service after pilots reported safety problems. Government says two of the airlines MD-83 jets were flown 58 times in violation of Federal Safety Regulations. Government also cited the nation's largest airline for efficiencies in this drug and alcohol testing programs. The FAA says they're seeking more than $7 million in penalties against American.

 

 

Major concession for former Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has not been confirmed. Clinton's name will be placed in nomination along with // Barack Obama at the Democratic National Conventioin in Denver.// is expected to help unite the party who was fractured by the baisc primary.

 

 

 

Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase have become the latest big banks to settle buy-back auction-rates securities from their customers. Regulators say the banks misled customers about the risky securities. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

 

New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said the bank sold auction-rates securities to individual investors, charities and small businesses even though the market for these products have dried up. "These are people who believe they will buy them short-term security, it was a cash equivalent, just like cash. And for six months they've been locked in this nightmare where they can't get their money back." auction-rates securities are dead products with interest rates that re-set regularly. Cuomo also says JPMorgan Chase Morgan standly had  agreed to buy back about $7 billion worth of securities between them. They agreed to the settlement without admitting any wrong doing. City Group and UBS have already agreed to similar settlements. Jim Zarroli, NPR News New York.

 

 

On Wall Street the Dow-Jones Industrial Average climbed 82 points today to end the session at 11,615. The NASDAQ gained 25 points, the Standard&Poor's 500 lose up 7 points today.This is NPR.

 

 

Police in Iraq say at least 18 people are dead and dozens of others were wounded after a female suicide bomber detonated an explosive device near a group of Shi'ite pilgrims. The blast south of Baghdad today was the deadliest. More authorities say it has been a serious attacks into travelers heading to the holy city of Kerbala for a major religious festival. A witness says the woman blew herself up near a group that was resting by the side of the road.

 

 

In a rear order Federal appeals court in New York will reconsider the case of Canadian rendition victim Maher Arar. Arar is a engineer who says he was tortured after being mistaken for a terrorist. His lawsuit was dismissed two months ago, NPR's Margot Adler reports. Arar who was born in Syria was detained in 2002 while returning to Canada after a vacation. Federal Authority say he was wrongly indentified as a member of al Qaeda. The Canadian government agreed to pay him $10 million for passing bad information to US authorities. The US sent Arar to Syria and he is claiming in  interviews and in the lawsuit that he was tortured there. A lawsuit was found that// constitutional right in 2004. A three-judge panel dismissed the lawsuit in June saying allowing it to proceed would harm national security and interfere with US-Canada relations. But now lawyers have been notified that the four second quater appeal about a dozens judges will rehear the case. Margot Adler, NPR News New York.

 

 

Notice // the down turn of the US Housing market may have further to go. The National Association of Reuters says house prices fell in more than 3 quaters of US cities during a second three ones of this year. Nationally the medium price of a single family home was $206,500 of more than seven in a half percent decline from the same period a year ago.

 


I'm Jack Speer NPR News in Washington.

[ Last edited by 希崽天道酬勤 at 2008-8-15 10:26 ] [ 本帖最后由 翩然花逝 于 2008-8-16 02:24 编辑 ]
作者: heobest    时间: 2008-8-15 10:25     标题: hw

From NPR news in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in France where she is call on Russia to honor to a France mediated ceasefire with the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. She is then going to Georgia to show her support to the embattled leader there. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more.

 

A state-department spokesman said there have been confusing reports from the ground in Georgia, and he echoed Rice's call on Russia to halt on military operations and USA flow in. Defense Secretary Robot Gates said much of the world is now looking at Russia through different lenses. "If Russia does not step back from its aggressive posture and actions in Georgia, the US-Russia relationship could be adversely affected for years to come. Gates said he sees no need to US military force however, saying his mission is a humanitarian one to bring in relief supplies and help Georgia recover. He said so far US military experts have found the main port of Poti in tact??? and key supply roads open. Michele Kelemen NPR news Washington.

 

The Federal Aviation Administration is accusing ??地名 based American Airline of safety and drag testing violations. The FAA says American returned two aircrafts into service after pilots reported safety problems. Government says two of the Airline's MB-83 jets were flown 58 times in violation of Federal Safety Regulations. Government also cited the nation's largest Airline for the efficiencies in its drag and alcohol testing programs. The FAA says it's seeking more 7 million dollars in penalty against American.

 

Major concession of the former Democratic presidential hopeful Hilary Clinton has now been confirmed that Clinton's name will be placed in nomination along with that of the nominee waiting Baraka Obama at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. *** largely symbolic, is expected to help unite the party who's fractured by **** primary.

 

Morgan Stanley and JP Morgan Chase had become the latest big banks, they say they will buy back auction-raised securities from their customers. Regulators say the banks mislead the customers about the risky securities. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

 

New York attorney general Andrew Comos said the banks sold auction-raised securities to individual investors, charities and small businesses, even though the market for these products have dried up. "These are people who believe they were buying a short term security of cash equivalent just like cash. And for 6 months, they've been locked in this nightmare where they can't get their money back." Auction-raised securities are dead products with interest rates that reset regularly. Comos also said JP Morgan Chase and Morgan Stanley had agreed to buy back about 7 million dollars worth of securities between them, they have agreed to settlement with admitting any wrong-doing. Citi Group and UBS have already agreed to similar settlements. Jim Zarroli, NPR news, New York.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow-Jones-Industrial-Average climbed 82 points to end the section 11,615. The NASDAQ gained 52 points. The Standard reports 500 grows-up *** 7 points today.

 

This is NPR.

 

Police in Iraq say at least 18 people are dead and dozens of others were wounded after a female suicide-bomber detonated an explosive device near a group of Siai pilgrims. The blast south of Bagdad today was the deadliest of what authorities say have a seiry of attacks into travelers heading to the wholly city of Kabala for a major religious festival. A witness says the woman blew herself up near a group that was resting by the side of the road.

 

In a rare order, at Federal Appeals Court in New York, where we consider the case of Canadian rendition victim Miroe Orea. Orea is an engineer who says he was tortured after being mistaken for a terrorist. His lawsuit was dismissed two months ago. NPR's Margot Adler reports.

 

Orea who was born in Syria was detained in 2002 while returning to Canada after a vacation. Federal authorities say he was wrongly identified as a member of Alkaida. The Canadian government agreed to pay him 10 million dollars for passing bad information to US authorities. The US sent Orea to Syria, and he has claimed in interviews that at a lawsuit that he was tortured there. The lawsuit was filed at the center for Constitution Rights in 2004, as re-judge penalty dismissed the lawsuit in June, saying allowing it to proceed wound harm national security and interfere with US foreign relations. But now lawyers have been notified that the full seconds of a quarter about a dozen judges will re-hear the case. Margot Adler, NPR news, New York.

 

Another sign to downturn in US housing market may have further to go. The National Association Welter says house prices fell in more than 3/4 of US cities during the second *** this year. Nationally, the medium price for a single family home was 26500, a more than 7.5% decline from the same period a year ago.

 

I'm Jack Speer for NPR news in Washington.

 


作者: heobest    时间: 2008-8-15 10:41     标题: on 希崽

 

 

From NPR News in Washington. I'm Jack Speer.

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in France where she is calling on Russia to honor of France mediated ceasefire with former Soviet Republic of Georgia. She is then going to Georgia to show her support for the embattled leader there. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more. A State Department spokesman said there have been confusing reports from the ground in Georgia and he echoed rises call on Russia to hold on military operations and let US aid flow in. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said much of the world is now looking at Russia "through different lenses". "If Russia does not step back from its aggressive posture and actions in Georgia, the U.S.-Russian relationship could be adversely affected for years to come." Gates said he sees no need to use US military forces however, saying his mission is a humanitarian one to bring in relief supplies and help Georgia recover. He said so far U.S. military experts have found the main port of Poti in tact (完好无损) and key supply roads open.  Michele Kelemen, NPR News Washington.

 

 

The Federal Aviation Administration is accusing Fort Worth-based (这是哪里呢????)American Airlines of safety and drug-testing violations. The FAA says American return two aircrafts in the service after pilots reported safety problems. Government says two of the airlines MD-83 jets were flown 58 times in violation of Federal Safety Regulations. Government also cited the nation's largest airline for efficiencies in its drug and alcohol testing programs. The FAA says they're seeking more than $7 million in penalties against American.

 

 

Major concession for former Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has not been confirmed. Clinton's name will be placed in nomination along with that of nominee in waiting Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. The  move largely symbolic  is expected to help unite the party who was fractured by the baisc ??? primary.

 

 

 

Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase have become the latest big banks to settle buy-back auction-raised securities from their customers. Regulators say the banks misled customers about the risky securities. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

 

New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said the bank sold auction-rates securities to individual investors, charities and small businesses even though the market for these products has dried up. "These are people who believe they will buy them short-term security, it was a cash equivalent, just like cash. And for six months they've been locked in this nightmare where they can't get their money back." auction-rates securities are dead products with interest rates that re-set regularly. Cuomo also says JPMorgan Chase Morgan Stanley had agreed to buy back about $7 billion worth of securities between them. They agreed to the settlement without admitting any wrong doing. City Group and UBS have already agreed to similar settlements. Jim Zarroli, NPR News New York.

 

 

On Wall Street the Dow-Jones Industrial Average climbed 82 points today to end the session at 11,615. The NASDAQ gained 25 points, the Standard&Poor's 500 lose up 7 points today. This is NPR.

 

 

Police in Iraq say at least 18 people are dead and dozens of others were wounded after a female suicide bomber detonated an explosive device near a group of Shi'ite pilgrims. The blast south of Baghdad today was the deadliest. More authorities say it has been a series of attacks into travelers heading to the holy city of Karbala for a major religious festival. A witness says the woman blew herself up near a group that was resting by the side of the road.

 

 

In a rear order Federal appeals court in New York will reconsider the case of Canadian rendition victim Maher Arar. Arar is a engineer who says he was tortured after being mistaken for a terrorist. His lawsuit was dismissed two months ago, NPR's Margot Adler reports. Arar who was born in Syria was detained in 2002 while returning to Canada after a vacation. Federal Authorities say he was wrongly indentified as a member of al Qaeda. The Canadian government agreed to pay him $10 million for passing bad information to US authorities. The US sent Arar to Syria and he has claimed that in interviews and in lawsuit that he was tortured there. A lawsuit was found at the Center of Constitutional Right in 2004. As rejudge panel dismissed the lawsuit in June saying allowing it to proceed would harm national security and interfere with US foreign relations. But now lawyers have been notified that the full seconds of a quarter of appeal about a dozens judges will rehear the case. Margot Adler, NPR News New York.

 

 

Another sign the down turn of the US Housing market may have further to go. The National Association of Reuters says house prices fell in more than 3 quarters of US cities during a second three ones of this year. Nationally the medium price of a single family home was $206,500 of more than seven and a half percent decline from the same period a year ago.

 


I'm Jack Speer NPR News in Washington.

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 heobest 于 2008-8-15 10:43 编辑 ]
作者: 希崽天道酬勤    时间: 2008-8-15 11:16

to heobest :有几个地方改得不对哦~

 

1.Defense/Defence Secretary ..都可以用的,一般美语中拼做defense.

 

2.Fort Worth (美国得克萨斯州)沃思堡市

 

3.(Auction-Rate Securities,或ARS)拍卖利率证券:金融机构以市政债券或企业债券等作抵押发行的短期投资票据——标售利率证券

 

4.那个地方:and he has claimed (没有that哦)in interviews...

 

p.s.总觉得那个full seconds...那里还是不对; 还有another sign..还是觉得不对,可又听不出到底是什么  急啊~~~

 

 啊~其他几个地方改得好棒哦

[ Last edited by 希崽天道酬勤 at 2008-8-15 18:23 ]
作者: rocks1989    时间: 2008-8-15 11:20     标题: HW

From NPR News in Washington, I’m Jack Speer

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in France where she is call on Russia to honor French mediated ceasefire with the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. She is then going to Georgia to show her support to the in-battled leader there. NPR’s Michele Kelemen has more.

 

A State Department spokesman says there have been confusing reports from the ground of Georgia. And in echo Rice’s call on Russia to hold on military operations and let US aid flow in. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says much of the world is looking at Russia through different lands.

 

“If Russia didn’t step back from its aggressive posture and actions in Georgia, the US-Russia relationship could be adversely affected for years to come.”

 

Gates says he is no need to use US military force however saying his mention is humanitarian one to bring in release supplies and help Georgia recover. He said so far US military experts have found the main port of Poti in * and key supplies road open. Michele Kelemen NPR News Washington.

 

The Federal Aviation Administration is accusing Fort Worth-based American airline of safety and drug testing violations. The FAA says American return two aircrafts in the service after pilots report safety problems. Government says two of the airlines’ MB-83 jets were flowing 58 times in violation of federal safety regulations. Government also cited the nation’s largest airline for efficiency in the drug and alcohol test programs. The FAA says it is seeking for more than seven million dollars in penalty against the American.

 

Major concession for former Democratic Presidential hopeful Hilary Clinton has now been confirmed Clinton’s name will be placed nomination along with nominator * Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. Move by large symbolic is expected to help unit the Party fractured by the baisc primary.

 

Morgan Stanley and J.P. Morgan Chase became a latest big bank to sell buy-back auction rate securities to their customers. Regulars say the bank misled the customers by risky security. NPR’s Jim Zarroli reports.

 

New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said the bank sold auction rate securities to individuals, investors, charities, and small businesses even the market for the product has dried up. “These people who believe they were buying a short term security, it’s a cash equivalent just like cash, and for six months, they have been locked in the nightmare where they can’t get their money back.” Auction rate securities are dead products with interests that reset regularly. Cuomo also says that J.P. Morgan Chase, Morgan Stanley had agreed to buy back seven million dollars worth the securities between them. They agreed to the settlement without any wrong doing. City Group and UBS have already agreed to similar settlements. Jim Zarroli NPR News, New York.

 

On Wall Street the Don Jones Industrial Average climbed 82 points today end the session at 11,615. The NASDAQ gained 25 points. The Standard Pool 500 loses up 7 points today. This is NPR.

 

Police in Iraq says at least eighteen people are dead and dozens of others are wounded after a female suicide bomber detonated an explosive device near a group of * *. The blast south of Baghdad today was the deadliest one of the authorities said has been one of the serious attack into travelers heading to the holy city of * for a major religious festival. Witness says the woman blow herself near the group that was resting by the side of the road.

 

In rare order Federal * Court in New York will reconsider the case of Canadian rendition victim Maher Arar. Arar is an engineer who says he has tortured after been mistaken for terrorist. His law suit was dismissed two months ago. NPR’s Margot Adler reports.

 

Arar who was born in Syria was detained in 2002 while returning to Canada after a vacation. Federal Authority says he was wrongly indentified as a member of *. The Canadian government agreed to pay him ten million dollars for passing bad information to US authorities. The US send Arar to Syria and he was claiming in interviews in law suit where he was tortured there. A law suit that was * that Senator Constitutional rise in 2004, a three judges panel dismissed the law suit in June saying allowing it to proceed would harm national security and interfere with US * relations. But now lawyers have been notified that the * * appeals about a dozen judges will rehear the case. Margot Adler NPR News, New York.

 

Another sign of downturn in the US housing market may have further to go, but national association of * says house prices fall more than three quarters of US city during a second three months this year. National medium price for a signal family home was 206,500 dollars and more than seven in a half percent decline from the same period a year ago.

 

I’m Jack Speer. NPR News, Wahington.


作者: heobest    时间: 2008-8-15 11:24     标题: 回复 5# 的帖子

嗯嗯,的确是啊,有好多细节没注意到,有些地方就楞听了,不理解背景,呵呵 给希崽的仔细,赞一个,以后多多交流,互相学习了<img src="http://forum.putclub.com/images/smilies/2/tongue.gif" border=0 smilieid="49">

 

another sign 那儿,我也有疑问,也许是一个音,有没有配得上的,就编出这个了,

 

full seconds 那嘛,,,听了几次都有“l”的音,也只能是这个了。。。。。

 

刚才一直在找MD-83是什么飞机,还以没找到,是不是传说中的"麦道"飞机啊???

[ 本帖最后由 heobest 于 2008-8-15 11:32 编辑 ]
作者: 希崽天道酬勤    时间: 2008-8-15 11:34     标题: 回复7#

哈哈~~ 不加把油不行啊~~这儿强人暴多,还个个态度严谨。像偶这样粗枝大叶迟早混不下去哦~呵呵

 

我们一起加油吧~(今天practice那小子跑哪儿去了?

 

 

 

没错没错,传说中的麦道系列:MD-80、MD-81、MD-82、MD-83、MD-87、MD-88、MD-11。 偶对飞机也知之甚少呢~~昨天还把C-17 当成是啥编号的计划了..呼呼

[ Last edited by 希崽天道酬勤 at 2008-8-15 11:39 ]
作者: heobest    时间: 2008-8-15 11:37


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American Airlines
McDonnell Douglas MD-83

 

麦道83,^_^


作者: 希崽天道酬勤    时间: 2008-8-15 11:51

 既然两天都出现飞机了,就来好好研究下好了。下次啥飞机咱们都不怕啦

 

 

Major airplane types available in the world:

U.S.A. Boeing Commercial Airplane Manufacturing Company, Europe Airbus Industry Company and USA McDonnell-Douglas Corporation. Boeing Company has merged with Maidao at the end of 1996.


Boeing series: Boeing707, Boeing717, Boeing 727, Boeing737, Boeing747, Boeing757, Boeing 767, Boeing777
Airbus series: A-300、A-310、A-320、A-330、A-340.
Maidao series: MD-80、MD-81、MD-82、MD-83、MD-87、MD-88、MD-11.
And, Tu-154 and Tu-154M type made in Russia, Yi Er-18, Yi Er—86, YAK -42, An-30 made in Former Soviet Union, BAE-146, Schott-360 made in the U.K, Fork-100 made in Netherlands and YUN-7, YUN-8, YUN-10, YUN-11, YUN-12 made in China.

 

 

世界上现有主要机型
美国波音商用飞机制造公司、欧洲空中客车工业公司、美国麦克唐纳.道格拉斯公司。1996年底,波音公司已同麦道合并。


波音系列:波音707、波音727、波音737、波音747、波音757、波音767、波音777 。
空中客车系列:A-300、A-310、A-320、A-330、A-340。
麦道系列:MD-80、MD-81、MD-82、MD-83、MD-87、MD-88、MD-11。
此外,还有俄罗斯制造的图-154、图-154M型,前苏联生产的伊尔-18、伊尔-86、雅克-42、安-30,英国制造的英航-146(BAE-146)、肖特-360,
荷兰的福克-100,以及中国制造的运-7、运-8、运-10、运-11、运-12等型飞机。

   

 

Boeing737 Boeing747 Boeing757 Boeing767

 

 

Maidao11 Maidao82 Maidao90 Maidao90

 

 

Dornier328 SikesijiS76 Challenger604 Yi Er76

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作者: burror    时间: 2008-8-15 12:41     标题: 回复 1# 的帖子

But now lawyers have been notified that the full Second Circuit Court of Appeals ......

 

 

看得出来,您是个高手,希望多来捧场^_^

另外,修改时请尽量将整篇贴出来,不要只写一句,谢谢配合^_^

by 翩然

 

[ 本帖最后由 翩然花逝 于 2008-8-16 02:16 编辑 ]
作者: sylvia_qian    时间: 2008-8-15 13:53     标题: hw

From NPR News in Washington, I’m Jack Speer.

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in France where she is calling on Russia to honor a French mediated ceasefire with the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. She’s then going to Georgia to show her support for the embattled leader there. NPR’s Michele Kelemen has more.

 

A state department spokesman said there have been confusing reports from the ground in Georgia, and he echoed Rice’s call on Russia to halt on military operations and let US aid flow in. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said much of the world is now looking at Russia through different lenses. ‘If Russia does not step back from its aggressive posture and actions in Georgia, the US-Russian relationship could be adversely affected for years to come.’ Gates said he sees no need to use US military force however, saying his mission is a humanitarian one to bring in release supplies and help Georgia recover. He said so far US military experts have found the main port of Pori intact and key supply roads open. Michele Kelemen, NPR News, Washington.

 

The Federal Aviation Administration is accusing Fort Worth-based American Airlines of safety and drug testing violations, the FAA says American returned two aircraft into service after pilots reported safety problems. The government says two of the Airlines’ MD-83 jets were flown 58 times in violation of federal safety regulations. Governor also cited the nation’s the largest airline for deficiencies in its drug and alcohol testing programs, the FAA says it is seeking more than seven million dollars in penalties against American.

 

Major concession to a former Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has now been confirmed Clinton’s name will be placed in nomination along with that of nominee and waiting Barack Obama at the democratic national convention in Denver. The move will largely seem Barack is expected to help unite the party, it was fractured by the * primary.

 

Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase have become the latest big banks to say they’ll buy back Auction Rates Securities from their customers, regulators say the banks misled customers about the risky securities. NPR’s Jim Zarroli reports.

 

New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said the banks sold auction rates securities to individual investors, charities and small businesses, even though the market for these products had dried up. ‘These are people who believe they were buying a short-term security, it was a casual equivalent just like cash, and for six moths, they’ve been locked in this nightmare where they can’t get their money back.’ Auction Rates Securities are dead products with interest rates that reset regularly, Cuomo’s office said JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley had agreed to buy back about seven billion dollars worth of securities between them, they agree to the settlement without admitting any wrongdoing, Citigroup and UBS have already agreed to similar settlements. Jim Zarroli, NPR News, New York.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 82 points today to end the session at 11,615; the NASDAQ gained 25 points; the Standard & Poor’s 500 lose up seven points today. This is NPR.

 

Police in Iraq say at least 18 people are dead and dozens of others were wounded after a female suicide bomber detonated an explosive device near group of Shiite pilgrims. The blast, south of Baghdad today was the deadliest, more authorities say it’s been a series of attacks into travelers heading to the holy city of Karbala for a major religious festival. Witness says the woman blew herself up near a group that was resting by the side of the road.

 

In a rare order, a federal appeals court in New York will reconsider the case of Canadian rendition victim Maher Arar. Arar’s an engineer who says he was tortured after being mistaken for a terrorist. His lawsuit was dismissed two months ago. NPR’s Margot Adler reports.

 

Arar who was born in Syria, was detained in 2002 while returning to Canada after a vacation, federal authorities say he was wrongly identified as a member of al-Qaeda. The Canadian government agreed to pay him ten million dollars for passing bad information to US authorities. The US sent Arar to Syria, and he has claimed in interviews and in a lawsuit that he was tortured there. The lawsuit was filed at the Center for Constitutional Rights in 2004, a three-judge penal dismissed the lawsuit in June, saying allowing at a precede would harm national security and interfere with US foreign relations. But now, lawyers have been notified that the full seconds * quarter of appeals about a dozen judge will rehear the case. Margot Adler, NPR News, New York.

 

* signed the downturn of the US housing market may have further to go, the National Association Realtor says house prices fell off more than three quarters of US cities during the second three ones of this year. Nationally the medium price of a single family home was 206,500 dollars of more than seven and a half percent decline from the same period a year ago.

 

I’m Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

 


作者: 希崽天道酬勤    时间: 2008-8-15 17:09

关于这句话:But now lawyers have been notified that the full Second Circuit Court of Appeals(上诉法院第二巡回 about a dozens judges will rehear the case.”背景知识 (得好好看看啊~~)
 
p.s.大力感谢burror同学指点迷津啊~~~
美国法律体系的二元制

Duality in the American Legal System

  The American legal system features a complexity resulting from American federalism. Within the federal structure, each state retains a substantial degree of autonomy. Each has its own constitution, statutes made by its own legislature, and a body of case law created by its own courts. So it can be said that instead of one uniform set of laws America has fifty one a set of laws for each of the fifty states and one for the federation.

  A complication resulting from this duality, or multiplicity, is that choice of law questions frequently arise in multistate transactions or occurrences if a dispute arises out of a series of activities in different states, or between citizens of different states, and the substantive rights at issue are defined differently in these states, the choice of applicable law, which is governed by different choice of law rules of different states, becomes a very complicated question.

  The trend toward uniform statutes has tended to reduce this complication, but conflicts of law problems still exist. So, in studying American law, students should be aware that different states may have different substantive laws and different choice of law rules regarding a particular legal situation, resulting in the possibility that the choice of forum may affect the substantive rights of the parties concerned.

  Choice of forum also adds to the complexity of litigation in America, because duality is also present in America's court system. Instead of one unified set of courts, America has fifty one sets, each of which operates independently of the others, and each of which is complete with its own trial and appellate courts.

  The state courts are the courts in which disputes are ordinarily heard. Its trial courts include courts of limited jurisdiction and courts of general jurisdiction1.

  Most states have trial courts of limited jurisdiction. These inferior courts are authorized to hear and determine cases involving a relatively small amount of money or particular subject matters. The names and authority of courts of limited jurisdiction vary from state to state.

  All states have courts, usually organized along county lines, for hearing cases of all types, unlimited by subject matter or amount in controversy. Such courts are referred to as the trial courts of general jurisdiction. The court of general jurisdiction is known by different names in different states: in California it is the Superior Court; in New York, it is the Supreme Court; in many states it is the Circuit Court; in other states it is known as the District Court, the County Court, the Court of Common Pleas, and other names. Whatever its name this is the court which hears all cases that are not channeled elsewhere.

  Most states permit appeal of the determinations made by courts of limited jurisdiction. In some states, a litigant dissatisfied with the result of the decision by the inferior court may request that the case be retried in the court of general juris?diction. In some states, the appeal to the court of general jurisdiction is the final appeal and in others, the decision of the court of general jurisdiction may be reviewed by further appeal.

  All states permit appellate review of the decisions of courts of general juris?diction. Today, the procedure for obtaining appellate review is usually referred to as an appeal. In a few states there is but one appellate court for appeals from the trial courts of general jurisdiction. Such an appellate court is usually known as the Supreme Court of the state, but in some states it is known as the Court of Appeals or by some other name. In other states there are two levels of appellate courts, the intermediate appellate courts (usually known as the courts of appeals) and the supreme court. All types of appeals from the trial courts are taken to the intermediate appellate courts; further review in the state supreme court is taken only at the discretion of the supreme court or upon special request of the intermediate appellate court.

  The Federal court system parallels the court systems of the states except that the federal courts are courts of limited subject matter jurisdiction2.

  The principal trial court of the federal system is the district court. The district courts are organized along territorial lines called districts. Each district comprises a state or a portion of a state.

  The federal district courts have jurisdiction over several types of cases. A principal type includes actions between citizens of different states where the amount in controversy exceeds $ 10, 000. This is known as the "diversity jurisdiction3" of the federal courts. A second principal type includes actions by individuals "arising under" federal law, known as the "federal question" jurisdiction of the federal courts. A third principal type of federal jurisdiction is actions by or against the Federal Government and its agencies.

  Determinations made in the federal district courts are ordinarily appealable to the United States Courts of Appeals, the intermediate appellate courts of the federal system. The Courts of Appeals, formerly known as the Circuit Courts, principally are organized territorially by groups of states known as circuits. There are at present thirteen Courts of Appeals, eleven bearing numbers (First Circuit, Second Circuit, etc. ) with the twelfth being the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia and the thirteenth being the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Each Circuit Court consists of several judges who ordinarily sit in panels of three for each case4.

  The highest court in the federal system is of course the Supreme Court of the United States. The Supreme Court has original jurisdiction over a very limited class of cases, chiefly actions between states. Its appellate jurisdiction covers cases originating in the lower federal courts as well as certain types of cases originating in state courts. Potentially, any case originating in a federal district court may be taken to the Supreme Court. Most of such cases must be appealed initially to the courts of appeals and may be thereafter taken to the Supreme Court at the latter's discretion. Of cases originating in state courts, only those presenting questions of federal law may be considered by the Supreme Court.

 

  1.court of limited jurisdiction:有限管辖(权)法院

  court of general jurisdiction:一般管辖(权)法院在州的司法系统中,有限管辖法院是最低级的法院,只受理小额诉讼,交通违章等。超出一定数额的诉讼,由一般管辖法院(courts of general jurisdiction)受理。所以,州的有限管辖法院也被称为低级法院(inferior courts)或低级管辖法院(courts of inferior jurisdiction)。

  2.subject matter jurisdiction:对事管辖权,指法院受理某种案件的权力。有限管辖法院只能受理特定种类的案件,而一般管辖法院可受理各种案件。美国联邦宪法规定:联邦法院只能处理某些种类的案子,因此,其对事管辖权是有限的。

  3.diversity jurisdiction多元管辖,联邦法院对事管辖的一种,指联邦法院对双方当事人是美国不同州的常住居民的案件的管辖权。这种案件的原告可选择联邦法院起诉,如原告不选择联邦法院起诉,被告可要求移送。

  4.Each Circuit Court consists of several judges who ordinarily sit in panels of three for each case:每个巡回法院由若干法官组成,每件案件由三个法官组成的合议庭审理。"sit"在此有“成为……的成员”的意思,如:His father sits in Congress.(他父亲在国会中占有一席。)

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作者: jxzhope    时间: 2008-8-15 17:37     标题: on heobeat

From NPR News in Washington. I'm Jack Speer.

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in France where she is calling on Russia to honor of France mediated ceasefire with former Soviet Republic of Georgia. She is then going to Georgia to show her support for the embattled leader there. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more. A State Department spokesman said there have been confusing reports from the ground in Georgia and he echoed rises call on Russia to hold on military operations and let US aid flow in. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said much of the world is now looking at Russia "through different lenses". "If Russia does not step back from its aggressive posture and actions in Georgia, the U.S.-Russian relationship could be adversely affected for years to come." Gates said he sees no need to use US military forces however, saying his mission is a humanitarian one to bring in relief supplies and help Georgia recover. He said so far U.S. military experts have found the main port of Poti in tact (完好无损) and key supply roads open.  Michele Kelemen, NPR News Washington.

 

 

The Federal Aviation Administration is accusing Fort Worth-based American Airlines of safety and drug-testing violations. The FAA says American return two aircrafts in the service after pilots reported safety problems. Government says two of the airlines MD-83 jets were flown 58 times in violation of Federal Safety Regulations. Government also cited the nation's largest airline for efficiencies in its drug and alcohol testing programs. The FAA says they're seeking more than $7 million in penalties against American.  

 

Major concession for former Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has not been confirmed. Clinton's name will be placed in nomination along with that of nominee-in-waiting Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. The  move largely symbolic  is expected to help unite the party who was fractured by the baisc ??? primary.  

 

Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase have become the latest big banks to settle buy-back auction-raised securities from their customers. Regulators say the banks misled customers about the risky securities. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

 

New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said the bank sold auction-rates securities to individual investors, charities and small businesses even though the market for these products has dried up. "These are people who believe they will buy them short-term security, it was a cash equivalent, just like cash. And for six months they've been locked in this nightmare where they can't get their money back." Auction-rates securities are dead products with interest rates that re-set regularly. Cuomo also says JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley had agreed to buy back about $7 billion worth of securities between them. They agreed to the settlement without admitting any wrong doing. City Group and UBS have already agreed to similar settlements. Jim Zarroli, NPR News New York. 

 

On Wall Street the Dow-Jones Industrial Average climbed 82 points today to end the session at 11,615. The NASDAQ gained 25 points, the Standard&Poor's 500 lose up 7 points today. This is NPR. 

 

Police in Iraq say at least 18 people are dead and dozens of others were wounded after a female suicide bomber detonated an explosive device near a group of Shi'ite pilgrims. The blast south of Baghdad today was the deadliest. More authorities say it has been a series of attacks into travelers heading to the holy city of Karbala for a major religious festival. A witness says the woman blew herself up near a group that was resting by the side of the road.  

 

In a rare order Federal appeals court in New York will reconsider the case of Canadian rendition victim Maher Arar. Arar is a engineer who says he was tortured after being mistaken for a terrorist. His lawsuit was dismissed two months ago, NPR's Margot Adler reports. Arar who was born in Syria was detained in 2002 while returning to Canada after a vacation. Federal Authorities say he was wrongly identified as a member of al Qaeda. The Canadian government agreed to pay him $10 million for passing bad information to US authorities. The US sent Arar to Syria and he has claimed that in interviews and in lawsuit that he was tortured there. A lawsuit was found at the Center for Constitutional Right in 2004. As rejudge panel dismissed the lawsuit in June saying allowing it to proceed would harm national security and interfere with US foreign relations. But now lawyers have been notified that the full seconds of a quarter of appeal about a dozens judges will rehear the case. Margot Adler, NPR News New York. 

 

Another sign the down turn of the US Housing market may have further to go. The National Association of Realtors says house prices fell in more than 3 quarters of US cities during a second three ones of this year. Nationally the medium price of a single family home was $206,500 of more than seven and a half percent decline from the same period a year ago.


I'm Jack Speer NPR News in Washington.

 

[ 本帖最后由 jxzhope 于 2008-8-15 19:13 编辑 ]
作者: 希崽天道酬勤    时间: 2008-8-15 17:47     标题: on jxzhope

From NPR News in Washington. I'm Jack Speer.

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in France where she is calling on Russia to honor a France mediated ceasefire with the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. She is then going to Georgia to show her support for the embattled leader there. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more. A State Department spokesman said there have been confusing reports from the ground in Georgia and he echoed Rice's call on Russia to hold on military operations and let US aid flow in. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said much of the world is now looking at Russia "through different lenses". "If Russia does not step back from its aggressive posture and actions in Georgia, the U.S.-Russian relationship could be adversely affected for years to come." Gates said he sees no need to use US military forces however, saying his mission is a humanitarian one to bring in relief supplies and help Georgia recover. He said so far U.S. military experts have found the main port of Poti intact (完好无损) and key supply roads open.  Michele Kelemen, NPR News Washington.

 

 

The Federal Aviation Administration is accusing Fort Worth(美国得克萨斯州)沃思堡市-based American Airlines of safety and drug-testing violations. The FAA says American return two aircrafts in the service after pilots reported safety problems. Government says two of the airlines MD-83 jets were flown 58 times in violation of Federal Safety Regulations. Government also cited the nation's largest airline for efficiencies in its drug and alcohol testing programs. The FAA says they're seeking more than $7 million in penalties against American.

 

 

Major concession for former Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has not been confirmed. Clinton's name will be placed in nomination along with that of nominee (没有in)这句话的结构不是很懂哎waiting Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. The  move largely symbolic  is expected to help unite the party who was fractured by the vice's primary.(不懂..)

 

 

 

Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase have become the latest big banks to settle buy-back auction rates securities from their customers. Regulators say the banks misled customers about the risky securities. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

 

New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said the bank sold auction-rates securities to individual investors, charities and small businesses even though the market for these products has dried up. "These are people who believe they will buy them short-term security, it was a cash equivalent, just like cash. And for six months they've been locked in this nightmare where they can't get their money back." auction-rates securities are dead products with interest rates that re-set regularly. Cuomo also says JPMorgan Chase Morgan Stanley had agreed to buy back about $7 billion worth of securities between them. They agreed to the settlement without admitting any wrong doing. City Group and UBS have already agreed to similar settlements. Jim Zarroli, NPR News New York.

 

 

On Wall Street the Dow-Jones Industrial Average climbed 82 points today to end the session at 11,615. The NASDAQ gained 25 points, the Standard&Poor's 500 lose up 7 points today. This is NPR.

 

 

Police in Iraq say at least 18 people are dead and dozens of others were wounded after a female suicide bomber detonated an explosive device near a group of Shi'ite pilgrims. The blast south of Baghdad today was the deadliest. More authorities say it has been a series of attacks into travelers heading to the holy city of Karbala for a major religious festival. A witness says the woman blew herself up near a group that was resting by the side of the road.

 

 

In a rare order Federal appeals court in New York will reconsider the case of Canadian rendition victim Maher Arar. Arar is a engineer who says he was tortured after being mistaken for a terrorist. His lawsuit was dismissed two months ago, NPR's Margot Adler reports. Arar who was born in Syria was detained in 2002 while returning to Canada after a vacation. Federal Authorities say he was wrongly identified as a member of al Qaeda. The Canadian government agreed to pay him $10 million for passing bad information to US authorities. The US sent Arar to Syria and he has claimed (没有that) in interviews and in lawsuit that he was tortured there. A lawsuit was filed at the Center of Constitutional Right in 2004. a three-judge panel dismissed the lawsuit in June saying allowing it to proceed would harm national security and interfere with US foreign relations. But now lawyers have been notified that the full Second Circuit Court of Appeals上诉法院第二巡回 about a dozens judges will rehear the case. Margot Adler, NPR News New York.

 

 

Another sign(到底是什么呀~~) the down turn of the US Housing market may have further to go. The National Association of Realtors(美国)全国不动产仲介协会 says house prices fell in more than 3 quarters of US cities during a second three ones of this year. Nationally the medium price of a single family home was $206,500 of more than seven and a half percent decline from the same period a year ago.

 


I'm Jack Speer NPR News in Washington.

 

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作者: jxzhope    时间: 2008-8-15 17:54

原帖由 希崽天道酬勤 于 2008-8-15 17:47 发表 From NPR News in Washington. I'm Jack Speer.   Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in France where she is calling on Russia to honor a France mediated ceasefire with the former Soviet R ...

 

nominee-in-waiting, 这里有“in”,一般要加连字符。吃不准时搜一搜,别轻易改。


作者: 希崽天道酬勤    时间: 2008-8-15 18:17

Original posted by jxzhope at 2008-8-15 17:54   nominee-in-waiting, 这里有“in”,一般要加连字符。吃不准时搜一搜,别轻易改。

 

Clinton's name will be placed in nomination along with that of nominee-in-waiting Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention in Denver。

 

啊!这下懂啦~~难怪结构一直搞不清,这下了啦!!哈 本来改得heobest同学的,所以没注意这儿的小杠杠 ~~感谢jxzhope同学的指点啊~~果然团结就是力量哈

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作者: burror    时间: 2008-8-15 19:09

The move largely symbolic is expected to help unite the party who was fractured by the divisive primary.

 

Another sign (that) the downturn of the US Housing market may have further to go


作者: jxzhope    时间: 2008-8-15 19:30     标题: on 西崽天道酬勤

From NPR News in Washington. I'm Jack Speer.

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in France where she is calling on Russia to honor a France mediated ceasefire with the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. She is then going to Georgia to show her support for the embattled leader there. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more. A State Department spokesman said there have been confusing reports from the ground in Georgia and he echoed Rice's call on Russia to hold on military operations and let US aid flow in. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said much of the world is now looking at Russia "through different lenses". "If Russia does not step back from its aggressive posture and actions in Georgia, the U.S.-Russian relationship could be adversely affected for years to come." Gates said he sees no need to use US military forces however, saying his mission is a humanitarian one to bring in relief supplies and help Georgia recover. He said so far U.S. military experts have found the main port of Poti intact (完好无损) and key supply roads open.  Michele Kelemen, NPR News Washington.

 

 

The Federal Aviation Administration is accusing Fort Worth(美国得克萨斯州)沃思堡市-based American Airlines of safety and drug-testing violations. The FAA says American return two aircrafts in the service after pilots reported safety problems. Government says two of the airlines MD-83 jets were flown 58 times in violation of Federal Safety Regulations. Government also cited the nation's largest airline for efficiencies in its drug and alcohol testing programs. The FAA says they're seeking more than $7 million in penalties against American.

 

 

Major concession for former Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has not been confirmed. Clinton's name will be placed in nomination along with that of nominee (没有in)这句话的结构不是很懂哎waiting Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. The  move largely symbolic  is expected to help unite the party who was fractured by the vice's primary.(不懂..)

 

 

 

Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase have become the latest big banks to settle buy-back auction rates securities from their customers. Regulators say the banks misled customers about the risky securities. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

 

New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said the bank sold auction-rates securities to individual investors, charities and small businesses even though the market for these products has dried up. "These are people who believe they will buy them short-term security, it was a cash equivalent, just like cash. And for six months they've been locked in this nightmare where they can't get their money back." auction-rates securities are dead products with interest rates that re-set regularly. Cuomo also says JPMorgan Chase Morgan Stanley had agreed to buy back about $7 billion worth of securities between them. They agreed to the settlement without admitting any wrong doing. City Group and UBS have already agreed to similar settlements. Jim Zarroli, NPR News New York.

 

 

On Wall Street the Dow-Jones Industrial Average climbed 82 points today to end the session at 11,615. The NASDAQ gained 25 points, the Standard&Poor's 500 lose up 7 points today. This is NPR.

 

 

Police in Iraq say at least 18 people are dead and dozens of others were wounded after a female suicide bomber detonated an explosive device near a group of Shi'ite pilgrims. The blast south of Baghdad today was the deadliest. More authorities say it has been a series of attacks into travelers heading to the holy city of Karbala for a major religious festival. A witness says the woman blew herself up near a group that was resting by the side of the road.

 

 

In a rare order Federal appeals court in New York will reconsider the case of Canadian rendition victim Maher Arar. Arar is a engineer who says he was tortured after being mistaken for a terrorist. His lawsuit was dismissed two months ago, NPR's Margot Adler reports. Arar who was born in Syria was detained in 2002 while returning to Canada after a vacation. Federal Authorities say he was wrongly identified as a member of al Qaeda. The Canadian government agreed to pay him $10 million for passing bad information to US authorities. The US sent Arar to Syria and he has claimed (没有that in interviews and in lawsuit that he was tortured there. A lawsuit was filed at the Center of Constitutional Right in 2004. a three-judge panel dismissed the lawsuit in June saying allowing it to proceed would harm national security and interfere with US foreign relations. But now lawyers have been notified that the full Second Circuit Court of Appeals上诉法院第二巡回 about a dozens judges will rehear the case. Margot Adler, NPR News New York.

 

 

Another sign(到底是什么呀~~) the down turn of the US Housing market may have further to go. The National Association of Realtors(美国)全国不动产仲介协会 says house prices fell in more than 3 quarters of US cities during a second three months of this year. Nationally the medium price of a single family home was $206,500 of more than seven and a half percent decline from the same period a year ago. 


I'm Jack Speer NPR News in Washington.

 

再改一个字,反复听,觉得应是months。

 


作者: 希崽天道酬勤    时间: 2008-8-15 21:14

Original posted by burror at 2008-8-15 19:09 The move largely symbolic is expected to help unite the party who was fractured by the divisive primary.   Another sign (that) the downturn of the US Housing market may have further to go

 

那应该是这样理解吧:

The move< (that is) largely symbolic>定语定move is expected to help unite the party who was fractured by the divisive primary.

 

即:这是个有着很大象征意义的举动,希望通过它来团结这个从一开始便分裂开的党派(民主党咯)。

 

应该是这个意思吧~~


作者: 蜗牛牧师    时间: 2008-8-15 22:24     标题: on jxzhope

 

From NPR News in Washington. I'm Jack Speer.

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in France where she is calling on Russia to honor a France mediated ceasefire with the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. She is then going to Georgia to show her support for the embattled leader there. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more. A State Department spokesman said there have been confusing reports from the ground in Georgia and he echoed Rice's call on Russia to hold on military operations and let US aid flow in. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said much of the world is now looking at Russia "through different lenses". "If Russia does not step back from its aggressive posture and actions in Georgia, the U.S.-Russian relationship could be adversely affected for years to come." Gates said he sees no need to use US military forces however, saying his mission is a humanitarian one to bring in relief supplies and help Georgia recover. He said so far U.S. military experts have found the main port of Poti intact  and key supply roads open.  Michele Kelemen, NPR News Washington.

 

 

The Federal Aviation Administration is accusing Fort Worth-based American Airlines of safety and drug-testing violations. The FAA says American returned two aircrafts in the service after pilots reported safety problems. Government says two of the airlines MD-83 jets were flown 58 times in violation of Federal Safety Regulations. Government also cited the nation's largest airline for efficiencies in its drug and alcohol testing programs. The FAA says they're seeking more than $7 million in penalties against American.

 

 

Major concession for former Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has now been confirmed Clinton's name will be placed in nomination along with that of nominee-in-waiting Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. The  move largely symbolic  is expected to help unite the party who was fractured by the adverse(我个人觉得应该是他念错了)primary.

 

 

 

Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase have(删去) become the latest big banks to sell their  buy-back auction rates securities from their customers. Regulators say the banks misled customers about the risky securities. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

 

New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said the bank sold auction-rates securities to individual investors, charities and small businesses even though the market for these products had dried up. "These are people who believe they will buy them short-term security, it was a cash equivalent, just like cash. And for six months they've been locked in this nightmare where they can't get their money back." Auction-rates securities are death products with interest rates that re-set regularly. Cuomo also says JPMorgan Chase Morgan Stanley had agreed to buy back about $7 billion worth of securities between them. They agreed to the settlement without admitting any wrong doing. Citigroup and UBS have already agreed to similar settlements. Jim Zarroli, NPR News New York.

 

 

On Wall Street the Dow-Jones Industrial Average climbed 82 points today to删去) ended the session at 11,615. The NASDAQ gained 25 points, the S&P 500 lose up 7 points today. This is NPR.

 

 

Police in Iraq say at least 18 people are dead and dozens of others were wounded after a female suicide bomber detonated an explosive device near a group of Shiite pilgrims. The blast south of Baghdad today was the deadliest. More authorities say it has been a series of attacks into travelers heading to the holy city of Karbala for a major religious festival. A witness says the woman blew herself up near a group that was resting by the side of the road.

 

 

In a rare order Federal Appeals Court in New York will reconsider the case of Canadian rendition victim Maher Arar. Arar is a engineer who says he was tortured after being mistaken for a terrorist. His lawsuit was dismissed two months ago, NPR's Margot Adler reports. Arar who was born in Syria was detained in 2002 while returning to Canada after a vacation. Federal Authorities say he was wrongly identified as a member of Al-Qaeda. The Canadian government agreed to pay him $10 million for passing bad information to US authorities. The US sent Arar to Syria and he has claimed  in interviews and in lawsuit that he was tortured there. The lawsuit was filed at the Center of Constitutional Rights in 2004. a three-judge panel dismissed the lawsuit in June saying allowing it to proceed would harm national security and interfere with US foreign relations. But now lawyers have been notified that the full Second Circuit Court of Appeals about a dozens judges will rehear the case. Margot Adler, NPR News New York.

 

 

Another sign sound the downturn of the US Housing market may have further to go. The National Association of Realtors says house prices fell in more than 3 quarters of US cities during a second three months of this year. Nationally the medium price of a single family home was $206,500 of more than seven and a half percent decline from the same period a year ago. 


I'm Jack Speer NPR News in Washington.


作者: 52yw    时间: 2008-8-15 23:32     标题: homework

已改为homework

by 翩然

 

From NPR News in Washington, I’m Jack Speer.

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in France where she is calling on Russia to honor a French mediated ceasefire with the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. She’s then going to Georgia to show her support for the embattled leader there. NPR’s Michele Kelemen has more.

 

A state department spokesman said there have been confusing reports from the ground in Georgia, and he echoed Rice’s call on Russia to halt on military operations and let US aid flow in. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said much of the world is now looking at Russia through different lenses. ‘If Russia does not step back from its aggressive posture and actions in Georgia, the US-Russian relationship could be adversely affected for years to come.’ Gates said he sees no need to use US military force however, saying his mission is a humanitarian one to bring in release supplies and help Georgia recover. He said so far US military experts have found the main port of Poti intact and key supply roads open. Michele Kelemen, NPR News, Washington.

 

The Federal Aviation Administration is accusing Fort Worth-based American Airlines of safety and drug testing violations, the FAA says American returned two aircraft into service after pilots reported safety problems. The government says two of the Airlines’ MD-83 jets were flown 58 times in violation of federal safety regulations. Governor also cited the nation’s the largest airline for deficiencies in its drug and alcohol testing programs, the FAA says it is seeking more than seven million dollars in penalties against American.

 

Major concession to a former Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has now been confirmed Clinton’s name will be placed in nomination along with that of nominee and waiting Barack Obama at the democratic national convention in Denver. The move while largely symbolic is expected to help unite the party \ was fractured by the Vice Primary.

 

Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase have become the latest big banks to say they’ll buy back Auction Rates Securities from their customers, regulators say the banks misled customers about the risky securities. NPR’s Jim Zarroli reports.

 

New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said the banks sold auction rates securities to individual investors, charities and small businesses, even though the market for these products had dried up. ‘These are people who believe they were buying a short-term security, it was a casual equivalent just like cash, and for six moths, they’ve been locked in this nightmare where they can’t get their money back.’ Auction Rates Securities are dead products with interest rates that reset regularly, Cuomo’s office said JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley had agreed to buy back about seven billion dollars worth of securities between them, they agree to the settlement without admitting any wrongdoing, Citigroup and UBS have already agreed to similar settlements. Jim Zarroli, NPR News, New York.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 82 points today to end the session at 11,615; the NASDAQ gained 25 points; the Standard & Poor’s 500 lose up seven points today. This is NPR.

 

Police in Iraq say at least 18 people are dead and dozens of others were wounded after a female suicide bomber detonated an explosive device near group of Shiite pilgrims. The blast, south of Baghdad today was the deadliest, more authorities say it’s been a series of attacks into travelers heading to the holy city of Karbala for a major religious festival. Witness says the woman blew herself up near a group that was resting by the side of the road.

 

In a rare order, a federal appeals court in New York will reconsider the case of Canadian rendition victim Maher Arar. Arar’s an engineer who says he was tortured after being mistaken for a terrorist. His lawsuit was dismissed two months ago. NPR’s Margot Adler reports.

 

Arar who was born in Syria, was detained in 2002 while returning to Canada after a vacation, federal authorities say he was wrongly identified as a member of al-Qaeda. The Canadian government agreed to pay him ten million dollars for passing bad information to US authorities. The US sent Arar to Syria, and he has claimed in interviews and in a lawsuit that he was tortured there. The lawsuit was filed at the Center for Constitutional Rights in 2004, a three-judge penal dismissed the lawsuit in June, saying allowing at a precede would harm national security and interfere with US foreign relations. But now, lawyers have been notified that the full seconds circuit quarter of appeals about a dozen judge will rehear the case. Margot Adler, NPR News, New York.

 

Others signed the downturn of the US housing market may have further to go, the National Association Realtor says house prices fell off more than three quarters of US cities during the second three ones of this year. Nationally the medium price of a single family home was 206,500 dollars of more than seven and a half percent decline from the same period a year ago.

 

I’m Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington. [ 本帖最后由 翩然花逝 于 2008-8-16 02:20 编辑 ]
作者: practice100    时间: 2008-8-15 23:40

ON 蜗牛          (楼上的改错人了~)

 

 

From NPR News in Washington. I'm Jack Speer.

  

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in France where she is calling on Russia to honor a French-mediated cease-fire with the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. She is then going to Georgia to show her support for the embattled leader there. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more.

 

A State Department spokesman said there have been confusing reports from the ground in Georgia and he echoed Rice's call on Russia to hold on military operations and let US aid flow in. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said much of the world is now looking at Russia "through different lenses". "If Russia does not step back from its aggressive posture and actions in Georgia, the U.S.-Russian relationship could be adversely affected for years to come." Gates said he sees no need to use US military force however, saying his mission is a humanitarian one to bring in relief supplies and help Georgia recover. He said so far U.S. military experts have found the main port of Poti intact and key supply roads open.  Michele Kelemen, NPR News Washington.

 

 

 

 

 

The Federal Aviation Administration is accusing Fort Worth-based American Airlines of safety and drug-testing violations. The FAA says American returned two aircrafts in the service after pilots reported safety problems. The government says two of the airlines MD-83 jets were flown 58 times in violation of Federal Safety Regulations. Government also cited the nation's largest airline for efficiencies in its drug and alcohol testing programs. The FAA says they're seeking more than $7 million in penalties against American.

 

 

 

 

 

Major concession to former Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has now been confirmed. Clinton's name will be placed in nomination along with that of nominee-in-waiting Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. The  move largely symbolic  is expected to help unite the party who was fractured by the advice primary.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase have become the latest big banks to sell their buy back auction- rate securities from their customers. Regulators say the banks misled customers about the risky securities. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

 

 

 

New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said the banks sold auction-rate securities to individual investors, charities and small businesses even though the market for these products had dried up. "These are people who believe they will buy’em a short-term security, it was a cash equivalent, just like cash. And for six months they've been locked in this nightmare where they can't get their money back." Auction-rate securities are dead products with interest rates that re-set regularly. Cuomo’s offer said JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley had agreed to buy back about $7 billion worth of securities between them. They agreed to the settlement without admitting any wrong doing. Citigroup and UBS have already agreed to similar settlements. Jim Zarroli, NPR News New York.

 

 

 

 

 

On Wall Street the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 82 points today to end the session at 11,615. The NASDAQ gained 25 points. The Standard & Poor’s 500 closed up 7 points today.

 

This is NPR.

 

 

 

 

 

Police in Iraq say at least 18 people are dead and dozens of others were wounded after a female suicide bomber detonated an explosive device near a group of Shiite pilgrims. The blast south of Baghdad today was the deadliest. More authorities say it has been a series of attacks into travelers heading to the holy city of Karbala for a major religious festival. A witness says the woman blew herself up near a group that was resting by the side of the road.

 

 

 

 

 

In a rare order Federal Appeals Court in New York will reconsider the case of Canadian rendition victim Maher Arar. Arar is a engineer who says he was tortured after being mistaken for a terrorist. His lawsuit was dismissed two months ago, NPR's Margot Adler reports.

 

 

Arar who was born in Syria was detained in 2002 while returning to Canada after a vacation. Federal authorities say he was wrongly identified as a member of Al-Qaeda. The Canadian government agreed to pay him $10 million for passing bad information to US authorities. The US sent Arar to Syria and he has claimed in interviews and in the lawsuit that he was tortured there. The lawsuit was filed at the Center for Constitutional Rights in 2004. A three-judge panel dismissed the lawsuit in June saying allowing it to proceed would harm national security and interfere with US foreign relations. But now lawyers have been notified that the full Second Circuit Court of Appeals about a dozens judges will rehear the case. Margot Adler, NPR News, New York.

 

 

 

 

 

Another sign sound the downturn of the US housing market may have further to go. The National Association of Realtors says house prices fell in more than three quarters of US cities during a second three months of this year. Nationally the medium price of a single family home was $206,500 of more than seven and a half percent decline from the same period a year ago.

 

 

I'm Jack Speer NPR News in Washington.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Auction-rate security     拍卖利率债券

 

小于10的数字要写英文,这样比较规范哈~^_^

 

 

 

 

米人抢位置的时候偶来小改一下~还有好多觉得不大对劲的地方~但是听不出来,期待高人再来改~

[ 本帖最后由 practice100 于 2008-8-15 23:43 编辑 ]
作者: sylvia_qian    时间: 2008-8-16 00:13     标题: on practice

谢谢^_^

by 翩然

 

From NPR News in Washington. I'm Jack Speer.

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in France where she is calling on Russia to honor a French-mediated cease-fire with the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. She is then going to Georgia to show her support for the embattled leader there. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more.

 

A State Department spokesman said there have been confusing reports from the ground in Georgia and he echoed Rice's call on Russia to hold on military operations and let US aid flow in. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said much of the world is now looking at Russia "through different lenses". "If Russia does not step back from its aggressive posture and actions in Georgia, the U.S.-Russian relationship could be adversely affected for years to come." Gates said he sees no need to use US military force however, saying his mission is a humanitarian one to bring in relief supplies and help Georgia recover. He said so far U.S. military experts have found the main port of Poti intact and key supply roads open. Michele Kelemen, NPR News Washington.

 

 The Federal Aviation Administration is accusing Fort Worth-based American Airlines of safety and drug-testing violations. The FAA says American returned two aircrafts into service after pilots reported safety problems. The government says two of the Airlines MD-83 jets were flown 58 times in violation of Federal Safety Regulations. Governor also cited the nation's largest airline for deficiencies in its drug and alcohol testing programs. The FAA says it is seeking more than $7 million in penalties against American.

 

 

Major concession to a former Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has now been confirmed. Clinton's name will be placed in nomination along with that of nominee-in-waiting Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. The move while largely symbolic is expected to help unite the party that was fractured by the advices primary.

 

 

Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase have become the latest big banks to say they’ll buy back auction- rate securities from their customers. Regulators say the banks misled customers about the risky securities. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

 

 

New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said the banks sold auction-rate securities to individual investors, charities and small businesses even though the market for these products had dried up. "These are people who believe they were buying a short-term security, it was a cash equivalent, just like cash. And for six months they've been locked in this nightmare where they can't get their money back." Auction-rate securities are dead products with interest rates that re-set regularly. Cuomo’s offer said JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley had agreed to buy back about $7 billion worth of securities between them. They agreed to the settlement without admitting any wrongdoing. Citigroup and UBS have already agreed to similar settlements. Jim Zarroli, NPR News New York.

 

 

On Wall Street the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 82 points today to end the session at 11,615. The NASDAQ gained 25 points. The Standard & Poor’s 500 lose up 7 points today.

 

This is NPR.

 

 

Police in Iraq say at least 18 people are dead and dozens of others were wounded after a female suicide bomber detonated an explosive device near a group of Shiite pilgrims. The blast, south of Baghdad today was the deadliest. More authorities say it has been a series of attacks into travelers heading to the holy city of Karbala for a major religious festival. A witness says the woman blew herself up near a group that was resting by the side of the road.

 

 

In a rare order, Federal Appeals Court in New York will reconsider the case of Canadian rendition victim Maher Arar. Arar is an engineer who says he was tortured after being mistaken for a terrorist. His lawsuit was dismissed two months ago, NPR's Margot Adler reports.

 

 

Arar who was born in Syria was detained in 2002 while returning to Canada after a vacation. Federal authorities say he was wrongly identified as a member of Al-Qaeda. The Canadian government agreed to pay him $10 million for passing bad information to US authorities. The US sent Arar to Syria and he has claimed in interviews and in the lawsuit that he was tortured there. The lawsuit was filed at the Center for Constitutional Rights in 2004. A three-judge panel dismissed the lawsuit in June saying allowing it to proceed would harm national security and interfere with US foreign relations. But now lawyers have been notified that the full Second Circuit Court of Appeals about a dozen/s/ judges will rehear the case. Margot Adler, NPR News, New York.

 

 

Another signed the downturn of the US housing market may have further to go. The National Association of Realtors says house prices fell in more than three quarters of US cities during a second three months of this year. Nationally the medium price of a single family home was $206,500 of more than seven and a half percent decline from the same period a year ago.

 

 

I'm Jack Speer NPR News in Washington.

 

[ 本帖最后由 翩然花逝 于 2008-8-16 02:21 编辑 ]
作者: 翩然花逝    时间: 2008-8-16 02:09     标题: on 芊芊

From NPR News in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in France where she is calling on Russia to honor a French-mediated cease-fire with the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. She is then going to Georgia to show her support for the embattled leader there. NPR's Michele Kelemen has more.

 

A State Department spokesman said there have been confusing reports from the ground in Georgia and he echoed Rice's call on Russia to halt all military operations and let US aid flow in. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said much of the world is now looking at Russia "through different lenses". "If Russia does not step back from its aggressive posture and actions in Georgia, the U.S.-Russian relationship could be adversely affected for years to come." Gates said he sees no need to use US military force, however, saying his mission is a humanitarian one to bring in relief supplies and help Georgia recover. He said so far U.S. military experts have found the main port of Poti intact and key supply roads open. Michele Kelemen, NPR News, Washington.

 

The Federal Aviation Administration is accusing Fort Worth-based American Airlines of safety and drug-testing violations. The FAA says American returned two aircraft\ into service after pilots reported safety problems. The government says two of the Airlines' MD-83 jets were flown 58 times in violation of federal safety regulations. The government also cited the nation's largest airline for deficiencies in its drug and alcohol testing programs. The FAA says it is seeking more than seven million dollars in penalties against American.

 

Major concession toward former Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton. It's now been confirmed Clinton's name will be placed in nomination along with that of nominee-in-waiting Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. The move while largely symbolic is expected to help unite the party that was fractured by the divisive primary.

 

Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase have become the latest big banks to say they'll buy back auction-rate securities from their customers. Regulators say the banks misled customers about the risky securities. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

 

New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo said the banks sold auction-rate securities to individual investors, charities and small businesses even though the market for these products had dried up. "These are people who believe they were buying a short-term security. It was a cash equivalent, just like cash. And for six months they've been locked in this nightmare where they can't get their money back." Auction-rate securities are debt products with interest rates that reset regularly. Cuomo's offer said JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley had agreed to buy back about seven billion dollars worth of securities between them. They agreed to the settlement without admitting any wrongdoing. Citigroup and UBS have already agreed to similar settlements. Jim Zarroli, NPR News, New York.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 82 points today to end the session at 11,615. The NASDAQ gained 25 points. The Standard & Poor's 500 was up seven points today.

 

This is NPR.

 

Police in Iraq say at least 18 people are dead and dozens of others were wounded after a female suicide bomber detonated an explosive device near a group of Shiite pilgrims. The blast south of Baghdad today was the deadliest in what authorities say \ has been a series of attacks aimed at travelers heading to the holy city of Karbala for a major religious festival. A witness says the woman blew herself up near a group that was resting by the side of the road.

 

In a rare order, a federal appeals court in New York will reconsider the case of Canadian rendition victim Maher Arar. Arar is an engineer who says he was tortured after being mistaken for a terrorist. His lawsuit was dismissed two months ago. NPR's Margot Adler reports.

 

Arar who was born in Syria was detained in 2002 while returning to Canada after a vacation. Federal authorities say he was wrongly identified as a member of Al-Qaeda. The Canadian government agreed to pay him 10 million dollars for passing bad information to US authorities. The US sent Arar to Syria and he has claimed in interviews and in the lawsuit that he was tortured there. The lawsuit was filed by the Center for Constitutional Rights in 2004. A three-judge panel dismissed the lawsuit in June, saying allowing it to proceed would harm national security and interfere with US foreign relations. But now lawyers have been notified that the full Second Circuit Court of Appeals, about a dozen judges, will rehear the case. Margot Adler, NPR News, New York.

 

Another sign\ the downturn in the US housing market may have further to go. The National Association of Realtors says house prices fell in more than three quarters of US cities during the second three months of this year. Nationally the medium price of a single family home was $206, 500, a more than 7.5% decline from the same period a year ago.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.


作者: jxzhope    时间: 2008-8-16 11:11     标题: 关于 al-Qaeda

阿拉伯语القاعدة ,拉丁字母标记Al Qaeda、Al-Qaida、Al-Qa'ida,也可写为al-Qaeda 通常译为基地组织。




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