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

 

There are confusing reports about Russian actions in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia today. While journalists on the ground there reported seeing tanks and military convoys leaving key positions and heading back toward Moscow, US officials including White House spokesman Gordon Johndroe said today that Russia is failing to live up to the terms of the cease-fire. "They've not completely withdrawn from areas considered undisputed territory and they need to do that. " The mayor of a Georgian port city where troops are permitted under the cease-fire says there are still two Russian roadblocks there. Under terms of the French-brokered cease-fire agreement, both Russian and Georgian forces were to pull back to positions they held before fighting began August 7th over the breakaway provinces of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.

 

Still no word on who will be Barack Obama's running mate. Meanwhile the Obama campaign is filling news vacuum by taking shots at Republican rival John McCain. More from NPR's Ina Jaffe.

 

Here's what we know about Barack Obama today, not much. He's gone to the gym and he's working on the speech he'll deliver at the Democratic Convention. He did say yesterday he's already decided on the running mate. The mystery name will be revealed first by text message and email to supporters who have signed up on his website. At the top of the speculation list have been Senators Joe Biden and Evan Bayh and Virginia Governor Tim Kaine. Meanwhile the Obama campaign is staging more than a dozen events in battleground states and putting a second commercial on the air, slamming John McCain for not being able to remember how many houses he owns with his wife Cindy. The Obama campaign says that shows he's out of touch with the struggles of ordinary Americans. Cindy McCain is an heiress reportedly worth about 100 million dollars. The McCains own at least eight homes. Ina Jaffe, NPR News, Chicago.

 

Mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac continued to face questions about their financial position. Today a top credit rating agency downgraded shares of the companies, saying they've limited access to capital. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

 

Moody's Investors Service said the companies are having trouble getting capital on economically attractive terms. And it said there's an increased likelihood they'll have to turn to the government for financial assistance. That could expose the companies to greater restrictions on their business activities. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac play a critical role in the US housing market, but they've suffered big losses in the housing downturn. Their stock prices (have) fallen sharply. Last month, Congress approved a rescue plan that would provide the companies with capital if they need it. A government bailout could end up diluting shares of the companies. And investor Warren Buffett says there's a good chance that people who own them would see their holdings wiped out. Jim Zarroli, NPR News, New York.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up 197 points today to end the session at 11, 628. That was a gain of 1. 75 percent. The NASDAQ was up 34 points. The S&P rose 14 points today.

 

This is NPR News.

 

Airplane builder Boeing is now threatening to possibly bail out of the bidding for a politically charged 35-billion-dollar air refueling tanker project. Boeing said today it needs more time from the Pentagon to put together a competitive offer. The latest development comes after Boeing lost the initial contract for the project to Northrop Grumman and its partner Airbus back in February. However, the bidding process was reopened after significant errors were found in the Air Forces' handling of the contract. Pentagon hopes to replace 179 Eisenhower-era refueling tankers. The first of three contracts eventually involving 600 of the aircraft.

 

A Russian court 6, 000 miles from Moscow has rejected a parole bid by a jailed oil tycoon. He was arrested in 2003 on what many believed were politically motivated charges. NPR's Anne Garrels has the story.

 

Vladimir Khodorkovsky, once Russia's richest man is serving his sentence in a remote Siberian prison. Now stripped of his wealth, Khodorkovsky told the parole hearing if freed he would devote his life to humanitarian work and his family. He did not mention politics. In refusing to grant him parole, the local judge said Khodorkovsky had failed to take part in a prison re-education program. Many believed the Kremlin targeted Khodorkovsky because it wanted to control his oil business and because he posed a political threat. His conviction sent a chill through business circles, which say then-President Vladimir Putin made it clear any business which wants to survive can not confront the Kremlin. Anne Garrels, NPR News, Moscow.

 

Russian steelmaker OAO Severstal announced today it will buy a Pennsylvania coal company for 1. 3 billion dollars. The Russian company says its purchase of PBS Coals will give it more control of the raw materials it needs to make steel.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.


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

 

There are confusing reports about Russian actions in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia today. While journalists on the ground have reported seeing tanks and military convoys leaving key positions and heading back toward Moscow. US officials, including White House spokesman Gordon Johndroe said today that Russia is failing to live up to the terms of ceasefire. “They are not completely withdrawl from areas considered and disputed territory and they need to do that.” The man, of Georgian ports city where troops are permitted on the ceasefire, says there are still 2 Russian roadblocks there under terms of French-brokered ceasefire agreement both Russian and Georgian forces will pullback positions they held before fighting began at August 7th, over the breakaway provinces of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. 

 

Stow on world, and who will be Barack Obama’s running mate meanwhile the Obama campaign is filling news vacuum by taking shots at Republican rival John MacCain, more for NPRs on the Jennifer.

 

Here is what you know about Barack Obama today, not much. He is going onto the jam, and he is working on the // deliberated after the democratic convention. He did say yesterday, he’s already decided on the running mate, the mystery name will be revealed first by text message and E-mail to supporters who have signed up on his website. At the top of the speculation list, have been senator’s // and //, and Virginia governor //. Meanwhile, the Obama campaign is staging more than dozen events of battleground states, and putting a second commercial on the else, planning John MacCain for not be able to remember how many houses he owns with his wife Sindy. The Obama campaign says that shows his side touch with struggles of board in America. Sindy MacCain is in //, reported they worth about 100 million dollars, they MacCain own at least 8 homes. I’m Jennifer, NPR news, Chicago.

 

Mortgage joints Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac intended to face questions about their financial position today at top credit rating agency downgrade shares of the company seems they limited access to capital. NPR’s Jim Zarroli reports.

 

Mood in investor service said the company is having trouble of getting capital on economically attractive terms. And it said there’s increasing livelihood there have to turn to government for financial assistance, that could expose the company to greater restrictions on their business activities. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac play a critical role in US housing market, but they suffered bigger losses in the housing down term. Their stock prices fallen sharply, last month congress had proved a rescue plan that would provide the company with capitals they needed. A government bear out could end up diluting shares of the companies. And investor Warren Buffet said there is a good chance that people who own them will see their holdings //.  Jim Zarroli, NPR news, New York.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones and Industrial Average closed up at 197 points today and the sessional 1,100,628 that was a gain in one of three quarters percent. The NASDQ was up 34 point, // rose 14 points today. This is NPR news.

 

Airplane builder Boeing is now threatening the possibly a bear out of the bidding for a politically charge 35 billion dollar airway fueling // project. Boeing said today it needs more time from the Pentagon put together all competitive offer. The latest development comes out after Boeing lost the initial contract with the project North of // and its partner Airbus back in February of the bidding process with reopened after significant eras were found the air forces handling the contract. Pentagon hopes to replace a 179 // we /refuling/ tackers the first of three contacts eventually involving 600 of the aircraft.

 

A Russian court /sucsound/  miles from Moscow has rejected pro-bid by jailed oil tycoon he was arrested in 2003, many believe were politically motivated charges. NPR’s Angel has the story.

 

Mikhail Khodorkovsky, once Russia’s richest man is serving a sentence in a remote Siberian prison. Now stripped off his wealth, Khodorkovsky told the poor hearing if freed he would devote his life to humanitarian workers’ family. He didn’t mention politics. In refusing /degranting/ parole, the local judge said Khodorkovsky had failed to take part in a prison re-education program. Many believed the criminal targeted at Khodorkovsky because he wanted to control his oil business and because he imposed a political threat. His conviction said trial for business circles which save them president Vladimir Putin may declare any business which wants to survive can not confront the crime line. I’m Galas, NPR news, Moscow.

 

Russian steel maker OAO Severstal announced today it will buy a Pennsylvanian co-company for 1.3 billion dollars. Russian // says this purchase of PBS coals will give it more control of the raw material it needs to make steel. I’m Jack Speer, NPR news, in Washington.

 

 

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From NPR news in Washington, I’m Jack S.

 

There are confusing reports about Russian actions in the former S republic of J today while J ground of their important thing tanks and military can’t a voice leaving key positions in hiding back to Moscow.(这个好难,听不出来。。) US officials including white house spokesman J said today, the Russia is failing to X to the terms of the ceasefire.

 

There are not completely with J from area’s considered and disputed territory and a need to do that.

 

The J polls city were troops are permitted under the ceasefire says there were still two Russian road blocks there under terms of the French broker ceasefire agreement both Russian and J forces will poll back positions they held before fighting began august 7 the breakaway province of south of S and C. Still don’t know what and who will be O running made mean O campaign is failing news evacuating by taking shots and republic rival J From NPR .

Here is what know about O today, not much. He has gone to the jail and he is working on the X to liberate at democratic convention. He did not say yesterday he has already decided the running made. The mistry name will reveal first by tax message and e-mail just supporters to sign O website. At the top of the speculation lists have been senators J and J governor team K. Meanwhile the O campaign X more than Indus events in battle ground stays. And putting a second commercial on the airs claiming J for not been able to remember how many houses he owns with his wife Cindy. The O campaign says that shows is out of touch with struggle of all merry Americans. Cindy M is in areas reported they worth about 100 million dollars. The M owns at least 8 homes. A NPR news in C.

 

M continue to face questions about their financial position today at top X agency down X shares the company seem they limited the access the capital. NPR Jim reports.

 

M investor several says the companies are having trouble getting capital on economic attractive terms. And he said there is increase likely hold all have turned to government for financial assistance. That could expose the companies to greater restrictions on their business activities. F X road in US housing market but they suffer big loss in the housing down turn. There are stop prices fall in S. Last month congress proved a rescue plan that would provide the companies with capital of they needed. A government B could not uploading shares of companies. And industry X there is a chance that people who own them would see their holdings white out. S NPR news in New York.

 

On wall street the 道琼斯(才听出来)industry X close up on 197 points today and the session 11 628 there was a gain of 13 counters percent. The A was up 34 points today. (每天的这段都不会)This is NPR news.

 

Airplane builder B is now threading the possibly a B out the bidding for politically charges 35 billion dollar every fueling project. B said today he needs more time P put together X offer. The latest development comes up to B lost initial contract to the project north X partner airbus in X. of the bidding process was reopened after significant air forces handling of the contract. That has gone to replace 179 A aero-refueling tankers, the first of three contracts involving 600 of the aircrafts. A Russian court six thousands month from Moscow has rejected poll bid by jail oil T, he was arrested in 2003, it is many belief were X charges, NPR has this story.

 

A lot of American holds their X once Russian X is serving a sentence in remote experience in prison. Now strict is well X told the pro-X if freed he would devote his life to humantaran workness family. He did not mention politics. In refusing degrant him for row the local judge said H had failed to take part in a prison reeducation program, many believe the crime in targeted H because he want to control his oil business because he supposed political threat. His conviction said the chill true business circles which say them president F made it clear any business which wants to survive can not confront C, A NPR news from Moscow.

 

Russian steal maker O would buy a X coal company for 123 billion dollars, Russian capity says the purchases of PBS calls could give more control to the raw materials needs to make steal.

 

I’m Jack S NPR news in Washington.

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

 

There are confusing reports about Russian actions in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia today. While journalists on the ground have reported seeing tanks and military convoys leaving key positions and heading back toward Moscow. US officials including White House spokesman Gordon Johndroe said today that Russia is failing to live up to the terms of the cease-fire. "They're not completely withdrawn from areas considered undisputed territory and they need to do that. " An mayor of Georgian port city where troops are permitted under the ceasefire says there are still two Russian roadblocks there. Under terms of French-brokered ceasefire agreement, both Russian and Georgian forces will pullback to positions they held before fighting began at August 7 from the breakaway provinces of South-Osettia and Abkhazia.

 

Still no word on who will be Barack Obama's running mate. Meanwhile the Obama campaign is filling news vacuum by taking shots at Republican rival John McCain. More from NPR's Ina Jaffe.

 

Here's what you know about Barack Obama today, not much. He is going onto the gym and he's working on the speech he'll deliver at the Democratic Convention. He did say yesterday he's already decided on the running mate. The mystery name will be revealed first by text message and E-mail to supporters who have signed up on his website. At the top of the speculation list have been senators Joe Biden and Evan Bayh and Virginia governor Tim Kaine. Meanwhile the Obama campaign is staging more than a dozen events of battleground states and putting a second commercial on the air slamming John McCain for not being able to remember how many houses he owns with his wife Sindy. The Obama campaign says that shows he's out of touch with the struggles of board in America. Sindy MacCain is in , reported they worth about 100 million dollars. the McCain's own at least eight homes. Ina Jaffe, NPR News, Chicago.

 

Mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac continue to face questions about their financial position today. A top credit rating agency downgraded shares of the company saying they've limited access to capital. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

 

Moody's Investors Service said that the companies are having trouble geting capital on economically attractive terms. And they said there's increased likelihood they'll have to turn to the government for financial assistance that could expose the companies to greater restrictions on their business activities. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac play a critical role in the US housing market, but they suffered bigger losses in the housing downturn. Their stock price has fallen sharply. Last month, congress approved a rescue plan that would provide companies with capital which they needed. A government bailout could end up diluting shares of the companies. And investor Warren Buffett says there's a good chance that people who own them would see their holdings wiped out. Jim Zarroli, NPR News, New York.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up at 197 points today to end the session at 11, 628. That was a gain of 1. 75 percent. The NASDAQ was up 34 points. The S&P rose 14 points today. This is NPR News.

 

Airplane builder Boeing is now threatening the possibly bail out of the bidding for politically charged 35-billion-dollar air refueling tanker project. Boeing said today needs more time for the Pentagon put together all competitive offer. The latest development comes out after Boeing lost the initial contract with the project Northrup Grumman and its partner Airbus back in February. The bidding process was reopened after significant eras were found in the air forces handling of the contract. Pentagon hopes to replace 179 Eisenhower era refueling tankers the first of three contracts eventually involving 600 of the aircraft.

 

A Russian court 6000 miles from Moscow has rejected pro-bid by jailed oil tycoon he was arrested in 2003, many believe were politically motivated charges. NPR's Anne Garrels has the story.

 

Mikhail Khodorkovsky, once Russia's richest man is serving his sentence in a remote Siberian prison. Now stripped of his wealth, Khodorkovsky told the parole hearing if freed he would devote his life to humanitarian work in his family. He didn t mention politics. In refusing to grant him parole, a local judge said Khodorkovsky had failed to take part in a prison re-education program. Many believed the Kremlin targeted at Khodorkovsky because he wanted to control his oil business and because he imposed a political threat. His conviction sent a chill through business circles which save them president Vladimir Putin made it clear any business which wants to survive can not confront the Kremlin. Anne Garrels, NPR News, Moscow.

 

Russian steel maker OAO Severstal announced today it will buy a Pennsylvania coal company for 1. 3 billion dollars. Russian company says its purchase of PBS coals will give it more control of the raw material it needs to make steel.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.
 

和楼下只差1分钟,奥运会开到这里了, 。别误会,没改帖子。

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迟了一步,已改为homework

by 翩然

 

From NPR news in Washington, I’m Jack Speer.   不好意思,晚了一步

 

There are confusing reports about Russian actions in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia today. While journalists on the ground have reported seeing tanks and military convoys leaving key positions and heading back toward Moscow. US officials, including White House spokesman Gordon Johndroe said today that Russia is failing to live up to the terms of ceasefire. “They are not completely withdrawn from areas considered and disputed territory and they need to do that.” The man, of Georgian ports city where troops are permitted under the ceasefire, says there are still 2 Russian roadblocks there under terms of French-brokered ceasefire agreement both Russian and Georgian forces will pullback positions they held before fighting began at August 7th, over the breakaway provinces of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. 

 

Still on world, and who will be Barack Obama’s running mate meanwhile the Obama campaign is filling news vacuum by taking shots at Republican rival John McCain, more for NPRs on the Jennifer.

 

Here is what you know about Barack Obama today, not much. He is going onto the jam, and he is working on the speech deliberated after the democratic convention. He did say yesterday, he’s already decided on the running mate, the mystery name will be revealed first by text message and E-mail to supporters who have signed up on his website. At the top of the speculation list, have been senator’s // and //, and Virginia governor //. Meanwhile, the Obama campaign is staging more than dozen events of battleground states, and putting a second commercial on the air, slamming John MacCain for not be able to remember how many houses he owns with his wife Sindy. The Obama campaign says that shows his side of touch with struggles of board in America. Sindy MacCain is in //, reported they worth about 100 million dollars, the McCains own at least 8 homes. I’m Jennifer, NPR news, Chicago.

 

Mortgage joints Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac intended to face questions about their financial position today at top credit rating agency downgrade shares of the company seems they limited access to capital. NPR’s Jim Zarroli reports.

 

Mood in investor service said the company is having trouble of getting capital on economically attractive terms. And it said there’s increasing livelihood there have to turn to government for financial assistance, that could expose the company to greater restrictions on their business activities. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac play a critical role in US housing market, but they suffered bigger losses in the housing down term. Their stock prices fallen sharply, last month congress had proved a rescue plan that would provide the company with capitals that they needed. A government bear out could end up diluting shares of the companies. And investor Warren Buffet said there is a good chance that people who own them will see their holdings wipe out.  Jim Zarroli, NPR news, New York.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones and Industrial Average closed up at 197 points today and the sectional 1,100,628 that was a gain in one of three quarters percent. The NASDQ was up 34 point, the S&P rose 14 points today. This is NPR news.

 

Airplane builder Boeing is now threatening the possibly a bear out of the bidding for a politically charge 35 billion dollar airway fueling packer project. Boeing said today it needs more time from the Pentagon put together all competitive offer. The latest development comes out after Boeing lost the initial contract with the project North of // and its partner Airbus back in February of the bidding process with reopened after significant eras were found the air forces handling the contract. Pentagon hopes to replace a 179 Eisenhower air-refueling/ tankers the first of three contacts eventually involving 600 of the aircraft.

 

A Russian courts 6000 miles from Moscow has rejected pro-bid by jailed oil tycoon he was arrested in 2003, many believe were politically motivated charges. NPR’s Angel has the story.

 

Mikhail Khodorkovsky, once Russia’s richest man is serving a sentence in a remote Siberian prison. Now stripped off his wealth, Khodorkovsky told the poor hearing if freed he would devote his life to humanitarian workers’ family. He didn’t mention politics. In refusing /deranging/ parole, the local judge said Khodorkovsky had failed to take part in a prison re-education program. Many believed the criminal targeted at Khodorkovsky because he wanted to control his oil business and because he imposed a political threat. His conviction said chill for business circles which save them president Vladimir Putin may declare any business which wants to survive can not confront the crime line. I’m Galas, NPR news, Moscow.

 

Russian steel maker OAO Severstal announced today it will buy a Pennsylvanian co-company for 1.3 billion dollars. Russian // says this purchase of PBS coals will give it more control of the raw material it needs to make steel. I’m Jack Speer, NPR news, in Washington.

 

[ 本帖最后由 翩然花逝 于 2008-8-23 19:05 编辑 ]

google结果:俄罗斯首富、石油大亨是 Mikhail Khodorkovsky,可我听起来,前面的Mikhail怎么发音像弗拉基米尔啊?

 

Many believed the Kremlin targeted at Khodorkovsky because he wanted to control his oil business and because he posed a political threat.

 

又听了几次,是posed,不是imposed。pose a threat是个搭配。不能改贴了,后面改贴的留意。

[ 本帖最后由 jxzhope 于 2008-8-23 12:12 编辑 ]

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

 

  There are confusing reports about Russian actions in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia today. While journalists on the ground have reported seeing tanks and military convoys leaving key positions and heading back toward Moscow. US officials including White House spokesman Gordon Johndroe said today that Russia is failing to live up to the terms of the cease-fire. "They're not completely withdrawn from areas considered undisputed territory and they need to do that. " An mayor of Georgian port city where troops are permitted under the ceasefire says there are still two Russian roadblocks there. Under terms of French-brokered ceasefire agreement, both Russian and Georgian forces will pullback to positions they held before fighting began at August 7th from the breakaway provinces of South Osettia and Abkhazia.

 

  Still no word on who will be Barack Obama's running mate. Meanwhile the Obama campaign is filling news vacuum by taking shots at Republican rival John McCain. More from NPR's Ina Jaffe.

 

Here's what you know about Barack Obama today, not much. He is going onto the gym and he's working on the speech he'll deliver at the Democratic Convention. He did say yesterday he's already decided on the running mate. The mystery name will be revealed first by text message and E-mail to supporters who have signed up on his website. At the top of the speculation list have been senators Joe Biden and Evan Bayh and Virginia governor Tim Kaine. Meanwhile the Obama campaign is staging more than a dozen events of battleground states and putting a second commercial on the air, slamming John McCain for not being able to remember how many houses he owns with his wife Cindy. The Obama campaign says that shows he's out of touch with the struggles of  ordinary Americans. Cindy MacCain is in , reported they worth about 100 million dollars. The McCains own at least eight homes. Ina Jaffe, NPR News, Chicago.  

Mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac continue to face questions about their financial position today. A top credit rating agency downgraded shares of the company saying they've limited access to capital. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

   Moody's Investors Service said that the companies are having trouble geting capital on economically attractive terms. And they said there's increased likelihood they'll have to turn to the government for financial assistance that could expose the companies to greater restrictions on their business activities. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac play a critical role in the US housing market, but they suffered bigger losses in the housing downturn. Their stock price has fallen sharply. Last month, congress approved a rescue plan that would provide companies with capital if they needed. A government bailout could end up diluting shares of the companies. And investor Warren Buffett says there's a good chance that people who own them would see their holdings wiped out. Jim Zarroli, NPR News, New York.

    On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up at 197 points today to end the session at 11, 628. That was a gain of 1. 75 percent. The NASDAQ was up 34 points. The S&P rose 14 points today. This is NPR News.

Airplane builder Boeing is now threatening the possibly bail out of the bidding for politically charged 35-billion-dollar air refueling tanker project. Boeing said today needs more time for the Pentagon put together all competitive offer. The latest development comes out after Boeing lost the initial contract with the project Northrup Grumman and its partner Airbus back in Feburary. The bidding process was reopened after significant eras were found in the air forces handling of the contract. Pentagon hopes to replace 179 Eisenhower era refueling tankers,,, the first of three contracts eventually involving 600 of the aircraft.

      A Russian court, 6000 miles from Moscow, has rejected pro-bid by jailed oil tycoon he was arrested in 2003, many believe were politically motivated charges. NPR's Anne Garrels has the story.

 

    Mikhail Khodorkovsky, once Russia's richest man is serving his sentence in a remote Siberian prison. Now stripped off his wealth, Khodorkovsky told the parole hearing if freed he would devote his life to humanitarian work in his family. He didn t mention politics. In refusing to grant him parole, the local judge said Khodorkovsky had failed to take part in a prison re-education program. Many believed the Kremlin targeted at Khodorkovsky because he wanted to control his oil business and because he posed a political threat. His conviction sent the chill through business circles which save them president Vladimir Putin made it clear any business which wants to survive can not confront the Kremlin. Anne Garrels, NPR News, Moscow.

 

   Russian steel maker OAO Severstal announced today it will buy a Pennsylvania coal company for 1. 3 billion dollars. Russian company says its purchase of PBS coals will give it more control of the raw material it needs to make steel.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

 

  PS: 头贴很多地方对的,不知道Jxzhope还要标红?:)

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DRAFT改的~标点不对也会红~~万恶之源哈~请大家慎用~如果不难改的帖子就表用了~

 

 

 

TO 老J:

 

是像Vladimir~是不是口误啊~?
 
 
昨天怎么没来听呢?老实交代!!
 
 
 
 
这几天准备开学的东西呢~有些东西要仔细看看
偶这几天可能不写NPR这么长的了
 
今天SF也来改稿了嘛

 

 



[ 本帖最后由 practice100 于 2008-8-23 15:28 编辑 ]
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原帖由 practice100 于 2008-8-23 12:08 发表 DRAFT改的~标点不对也会红~~万恶之源哈~请大家慎用~如果不难改的帖子就表用了~       TO 老J:   是像Vladimir~是不是口误啊~?

 

我看差不多。老说 Vladimir Putin,说顺嘴了吧。

 

回fastslow,都是Draft闹的。看这大家用这样的软件,开发者不脸红吗?既然是给putclub开发的,就改改这么多BUG,升级个新版吧。应该不难吧?

[ 本帖最后由 jxzhope 于 2008-8-23 12:22 编辑 ]
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On fastslow  (老谋子太冤了哈)

 

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

 

  There are confusing reports about Russian actions in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia today. While journalists on the ground have reported seeing tanks and military convoys leaving key positions and heading back toward Moscow, US officials including White House spokesman Gordon Johndroe said today that Russia is failing to live up to the terms of the cease-fire. "They've not completely withdrawn from areas considered undisputed territory and they need to do that. " The mayor of Georgian port city where troops are permitted under the ceasefire says there are still two Russian roadblocks there. Under terms of French-brokered ceasefire agreement, both Russian and Georgian forces will pullback to positions they held before fighting began at August 7th over the breakaway provinces of South Osettia and Abkhazia.

 

  Still no word on who will be Barack Obama's running mate. Meanwhile the Obama campaign is filling news vacuum by taking shots at Republican rival John McCain. More from NPR's Ina Jaffe.

 

Here's what we know about Barack Obama today, not much. He is going onto the gym and he's working on the speech he'll deliver at the Democratic Convention. He did say yesterday he's already decided on the running mate. The mystery name will be revealed first by text message and E-mail to supporters who have signed up on his website. At the top of the speculation list have been senators Joe Biden and Evan Bayh and Virginia governor Tim Kaine. Meanwhile the Obama campaign is staging more than a dozen events in battleground states and putting a second commercial on the air, slamming John McCain for not being able to remember how many houses he owns with his wife Cindy. The Obama campaign says that shows he's out of touch with the struggles of ordinary Americans. Cindy MacCain is in areas reportedly / worth about 100 million dollars. The McCains own at least eight homes. Ina Jaffe, NPR News, Chicago. 

 

Mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac continue to face questions about their financial position today. A top credit rating agency downgraded shares of the company saying they've limited access to capital. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

 

   Moody's Investors Service said that the companies are having trouble getting capital on economically attractive terms. And they said there's increased likelihood they'll have to turn to the government for financial assistance that could expose the companies to greater restrictions on their business activities. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac play a critical role in the US housing market, but they've suffered bigger losses in the housing downturn. Their stock price has fallen sharply. Last month, Congress approved a rescue plan that would provide thecompanies with capital if they needed. A government bailout could end up diluting shares of the companies. And investor Warren Buffett says there's a good chance that people who own them would see their holdings wiped out. Jim Zarroli, NPR News, New York.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up at 197 points today to end the session at 11, 628. That was a gain of 1. 75 percent. The NASDAQ was up 34 points. The S&P rose 14 points today. This is NPR News.

 

Airplane builder Boeing is now threatening to possibly bail out of the bidding for a politically charged 35-billion-dollar aerial refueling tanker project. Boeing said today it needs more time from the Pentagon to put together all competitive offer. The latest development comes out after Boeing lost the initial contract for the project to Northrup Grumman and its partner Airbus back in February . But the bidding process was reopened after significant errors were found in the air forces handling of the contract. Pentagon hopes to replace 179 Eisenhower aerial refueling tankers, the first of three contracts eventually involving 600 of the aircraft.

 

A Russian court, 6,000 miles from Moscow, has rejected parole bid by jailed oil tycoon. He was arrested in 2003 when many believe were politically motivated charges. NPR's Anne Garrels has the story.

 

    Mikhail Khodorkovsky, once Russia's richest man is serving his sentence in a remote Siberian prison. Now stripped off his wealth, Khodorkovsky told the parole hearing if freed he would devote his life to humanitarian work in his family. He didn t mention politics. In refusing to grant him parole, the local judge said Khodorkovsky had failed to take part in a prison re-education program. Many believed the Kremlin targeted at Khodorkovsky because he wanted to control his oil business and because he posed a political threat. His conviction sent the chill through business circles which save them president Vladimir Putin made it clear any business which wants to survive can not confront the Kremlin. Anne Garrels, NPR News, Moscow.

 

   Russian steel maker OAO Severstal announced today it will buy a Pennsylvania coal company for 1. 3 billion dollars. Russian company says its purchase of PBS coals will give it more control of the raw material it needs to make steel.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

修改规则
第一,阶梯式修改,即除修改头贴外,在上一篇修改稿的基础上进行修改;
第二,修改别人稿子要注明是修改谁的 写上ON XX;
第三,头贴或修改请在所见所得模式下清除文本格式后,选3号Verdana字体
PS:欢迎进行预整理后的修改
难不成那俩结婚啦?妻随夫姓
修改规则
第一,阶梯式修改,即除修改头贴外,在上一篇修改稿的基础上进行修改;
第二,修改别人稿子要注明是修改谁的 写上ON XX;
第三,头贴或修改请在所见所得模式下清除文本格式后,选3号Verdana字体
PS:欢迎进行预整理后的修改

on seeyou

 

ktdid桐子,我知道您水平很高,但也请您遵守普特的听写规则,不要发了homework之后又改为修改稿,谢谢合作。

by 翩然


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

There are confusing reports about Russian actions in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia today. While journalists on the ground have reported seeing tanks and military convoys leaving key positions and heading back toward Moscow, US officials, including White House spokesman Gordon Johndroe, said today that Russia is failing to live up to the terms of the ceasefire. "They've not completely withdrawn from areas considered undisputed territory and they need to do that." The mayor of a Georgian port city where troops are permitted under the ceasefire says there are still two Russian roadblocks there. Under terms of the French-brokered ceasefire agreement, both Russian and Georgian forces were to pull back to positions they held before fighting began \ August 7th over the breakaway provinces of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.

Still no word on who will be Barack Obama's running mate. Meanwhile the Obama campaign is filling news vacuum by taking shots at Republican rival John McCain. More from NPR's Ina Jaffe.

Here's what we know about Barack Obama today, not much. He is going \to (into还有可能) the gym, and he is working on the speech he'll deliver at the Democratic Convention. He did say yesterday he's already decided on the running mate. The mystery name will be revealed first by text message and e-mail to supporters who have signed up on his website. At the top of the speculation list have been senators Joe Biden and Evan Bayh and Virginia Governor Tim Kaine. Meanwhile the Obama campaign is staging more than a dozen events in battleground states and putting a second commercial on the air slamming John McCain for not being able to remember how many houses he owns with his wife Cindy. The Obama campaign says that shows he's out of touch with the struggles of ordinary Americans. Cindy McCain is an heiress reportedly worth about 100 million dollars. The McCains own at least eight homes. Ina Jaffe, NPR News, Chicago.

Mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac continue to face questions about their financial position. Today a top credit rating agency downgraded shares of the companies, saying they've limited access to capital. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

Moody's Investors Service said \ the companies are having trouble getting capital on economically attractive terms. And it said there's an increased likelihood they'll have to turn to the government for a financial assistance. That could expose the companies to greater restrictions on their business activities. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac play a critical role in the US housing market, but they've suffered big\ losses in the housing downturn, their stock prices (感觉单数price很别扭) fallen sharply. Last month, Congress approved a rescue plan that would provide the companies with capital if they need it. A government bailout could end up diluting shares of the companies. And investor Warren Buffett says there is a good chance that people who own them would see their holdings wiped out. Jim Zarroli, NPR News, New York.

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up \ 197 points today to end the session at 11,628. That was a gain of 1.75 percent. The NASDAQ was up 34 points. The S&P rose 14 points today. This is NPR News.

Airplane builder Boeing is now threatening to possibly bail out of the bidding for a politically charged 35-billion-dollar air refueling tanker project. Boeing said today it needs more time from the Pentagon to put together a competitive offer. The latest development comes \ after Boeing lost the initial contract for the project to Northrop Grumman and its partner Airbus back in February. But the bidding process was reopened after significant errors were found in the Air Forces' handling of the contract. Pentagon hopes to replace 179 Eisenhower-era refueling tankers, the first of three contracts eventually involving 600 of the aircraft.

A Russian court 6,000 miles from Moscow has rejected a parole bid by a jailed oil tycoon. He was arrested in 2003 on what many believed were politically motivated charges. NPR's Anne Garrels has the story.

Vladimir (估计是稿子错了) Khodorkovsky, once Russia's richest man, is serving his sentence in a remote Siberian prison. Now stripped off his wealth, Khodorkovsky told the parole hearing if freed, he would devote his life to humanitarian work and his family. He did not mention politics. In refusing to grant him parole, the local judge said Khodorkovsky had failed to take part in a prison reeducation program. Many believed the Kremlin targeted \ Khodorkovsky because he wanted to control his oil business and because he posed a political threat. His conviction sent a chill through business circles which say then-President Vladimir Putin made it clear any business which wants to survive cannot confront the Kremlin. Anne Garrels, NPR News, Moscow.

Russian steelmaker OAO Severstal announced today it will buy a Pennsylvania coal company for 1.3 billion dollars. The Russian company says its purchase of PBS Coals will give it more control over the raw materials it needs to make steel.

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

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專業代查字典兼回答一切可google到答案的問題
每天半小时 轻松提高英语口语

homework

楼上ktdid先发的是homework,所以蜗牛就on了seeyou,不过之后ktdid又改成了修改稿,导致我误认为是蜗牛改错人了,不过事已至此,就只能改为homework了,但听力指数照加,抱歉了,蜗牛^_^

by 翩然

 

人家爽毁了哦,^_^(说风凉话呢,愉悦气氛,无伤大雅吧)

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

 

There are confusing reports about Russian actions in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia today. While journalists on the ground have reported seeing tanks and military convoys leaving key positions and heading back toward Moscow, US officials including White House spokesman Gordon Johndroe said today that Russia is failing to live up to the terms of the cease-fire. "They've not completely withdrawn from areas considered undisputed territory and they need to do that. " The mayor of Georgian port city where troops are permitted under the ceasefire says there are still two Russian roadblocks there. Under terms of French-brokered ceasefire agreement, both Russian and Georgian forces will pull back to positions they held before fighting began at August 7th over the breakaway provinces of South Osettia and Abkhazia.

 

Still no word on who will be Barack Obama's running mate. Meanwhile the Obama campaign is filling news vacuum by taking shots at Republican rival John McCain. More from NPR's Ina Jaffe.

 

Here's what we know about Barack Obama today, not much. He is going onto the gym and he's working on the speech he'll deliver at the Democratic Convention. He did say yesterday he's already decided on the running mate. The mystery name will be revealed first by text message and E-mail to supporters who have signed up on his website. At the top of the speculation list have been senators Joe Biden and Evan Bayh and Virginia governor Tim Kaine. Meanwhile the Obama campaign is staging more than a dozen events in battleground states and putting a second commercial on the air, slamming John McCain for not being able to remember how many houses he owns with his wife Cindy. The Obama campaign says that shows he's out of touch with the struggles of ordinary Americans. Cindy MacCain isn't Aris reportedly worth about 100 million dollars. The McCains own at least eight homes. Ina Jaffe, NPR News, Chicago. 

 

Mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac continue to face questions about their financial position today. A top credit rating agency downgraded shares of the company saying they've limited access to capital. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

 

Moody's Investors Service said that the companies are having trouble getting capital on economically attractive terms. And they said that there's increased likelihood they'll have to turn to the government for financial assistance that could expose the companies to greater restrictions on their business activities. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac play a critical role in the US housing market, but they've suffered bigger losses in the housing downturn. Their stock price has fallen sharply. Last month, Congress approved a rescue plan that would provide the companies with capital if they needed. A government bailout could end up diluting shares of the companies. And investor Warren Buffett says there's a good chance that people who own them would see their holdings wiped out. Jim Zarroli, NPR News, New York.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up at 197 points today to end the session at 11, 628. That was a gain of 1. 75 percent. The NASDAQ was up 34 points. The S&P rose 14 points today. This is NPR News.

 

Airplane builder Boeing is now threatening to possibly bail out of the bidding for a politically charged 35-billion-dollar aerial refueling tanker project. Boeing said today it needs more time from the Pentagon to put together all competitive offer. The latest development comes out after Boeing lost the initial contract for the project to Northrup Grumman and its partner Airbus back in February . But the bidding process was reopened after significant errors were found in the air forces handling of the contract. Pentagon hopes to replace 179 Eisenhower-era refueling tankers, the first of three contracts eventually involving 600 of the aircraft.

 

A Russian court, 6,000 miles from Moscow, has rejected parole bid by jailed oil tycoon. He was arrested in 2003 when many believe were politically motivated charges. NPR's Anne Garrels has the story.

 

Mikhail Khodorkovsky, once Russia's richest man is serving a  sentence in a remote Siberian prison. Now stripped of(不是剥光丫) his wealth, Khodorkovsky told the parole hearing if freed he would devote his life to humanitarian work in his family. He didn t mention politics. In refusing to grant him parole, the local judge said Khodorkovsky had failed to take part in a prison re-education program. Many believed the Kremlin targeted at Khodorkovsky because he wanted to control his oil business and because he posed a political threat. His conviction sent the chill through business circles which save them president Vladimir Putin made it clear any business which wants to survive can not confront the Kremlin. Anne Garrels, NPR News, Moscow.

 

Russian steel maker OAO Severstal announced today it will buy a Pennsylvania coal company for 1. 3 billion dollars. Russian company says its purchase of PBS coals will give it more control of the raw material it needs to make steel.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

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to 楼上的,意思是不要迷信外国人
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On KTDID(找不出啥了,挑几个小刺)

 

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

 

There are confusing reports about Russian actions in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia today. While journalists on the ground have reported seeing tanks and military convoys leaving key positions and heading back toward Moscow. US officials including White House spokesman Gordon Johndroe said today that Russia is failing to live up to the terms of the cease-fire. "They've not completely withdrawn from areas considered undisputed territory and they need to do that. " The mayor of Georgian port city where troops are permitted under the ceasefire says there are still two Russian roadblocks there. Under terms of the French-brokered ceasefire agreement, both Russian and Georgian forces were to pullback to positions they held before fighting began August 7th over the breakaway provinces of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.

 

Still no word on who will be Barack Obama's running mate. Meanwhile the Obama campaign is filling news vacuum by taking shots at Republican rival John McCain. More from NPR's Ina Jaffe.

 

Here's what we know about Barack Obama today, not much. He is going to the gym and he's working on the speech he'll deliver at the Democratic Convention. He did say yesterday he's already decided on the running mate. The mystery name will be revealed first by text message and E-mail to supporters who have signed up on his website. At the top of the speculation list have been senators Joe Biden and Evan Bayh and Virginia Governor Tim Kaine. Meanwhile the Obama campaign is staging more than a dozen events in battleground states and putting a second commercial on the air, slamming John McCain for not being able to remember how many houses he owns with his wife Cindy. The Obama campaign says that shows he's out of touch with the struggles of ordinary Americans. Cindy McCain is an heiress reportedly worth about 100 million dollars. The McCains own at least eight homes. Ina Jaffe, NPR News, Chicago.

 

Mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac continued to face questions about their financial position today. A top credit rating agency downgraded shares of the companies saying they've limited access to capital. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

 

Moody's Investors Service said the companies are having trouble getting capital on economically attractive terms. And it said there's / increased likelihood they'll have to turn to the government for financial assistance. That could expose the companies to greater restrictions on their business activities. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac play a critical role in the US housing market, but they / suffered big losses in the housing downturn. Their stock price’s fallen sharply. Last month, congress approved a rescue plan that would provide the companies with capital if they need it. A government bailout could end up diluting shares of the companies. And investor Warren Buffett says there's a good chance that people who own them would see their holdings wiped out. Jim Zarroli, NPR News, New York.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up 197 points today to end the session at 11, 628. That was a gain of 1. 75 percent. The NASDAQ was up 34 points. The S&P rose 14 points today. This is NPR News.

 

Airplane builder Boeing is now threatening to possibly bail out of the bidding for a politically charged 35-billion-dollar air refueling tanker project. Boeing said today it needs more time from the Pentagon to put together a competitive offer. The latest development comes / after Boeing lost the initial contract for the project to Northrop Grumman and its partner Airbus back in February. But the bidding process was reopened after significant errors were found in the Air Forces handling of the contract. Pentagon hopes to replace 179 Eisenhower-era refueling tankers. The first of three contracts eventually involved in 600 of the aircraft.

 

A Russian court, 6000 miles from Moscow, has rejected a parole bid by a jailed oil tycoon. He was arrested in 2003 at what many believe were politically motivated charges. NPR's Anne Garrels has the story.

 

Vladimir (估计是稿子错了) Khodorkovsky, once Russia's richest man is serving his sentence in a remote Siberian prison. Now stripped of his wealth, Khodorkovsky told the parole hearing if freed he would devote his life to humanitarian work and his family. He did not mention politics. In refusing to grant him parole, the local judge said Khodorkovsky had failed to take part in a prison re-education program. Many believed the Kremlin targeted Khodorkovsky because it wanted to control his oil business and because he posed a political threat. His conviction sent a chill through business circles, which say then-President Vladimir Putin made it clear any business which wants to survive can not confront the Kremlin. Anne Garrels, NPR News, Moscow.

 

Russian steelmaker OAO Severstal announced today it will buy a Pennsylvania coal company for 1. 3 billion dollars. / Russian company says its purchase of PBS coals will give it more control of the raw materials it needs to make steel.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

 

[ 本帖最后由 plato1983 于 2008-8-23 15:04 编辑 ]
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