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finalized version, any voice of different opinions still deeply appreciated~

 

BBC News with Sue Montgomery.

 

The US administration is coming to terms with another set of bad financial statistics. The annual budget deficit has reached 455 billion dollars, it's the highest ever figure and represents more than 3% of the country's Gross Domestic Product. From Washington, here's Rachel Harvey.

 

There’s been no shortage of big numbers being bandied about, but the soaring budget deficit is amongst the most troubling, it's now reached an all-time high. President Bush and the two men who‘re vying to succeed him have all laid out new plans to boost the ailing economy. Barack Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creation, increasing taxes on the rich while cutting them for the middle-class; John McCain wants to cut taxes for everyone, particularly pensioners. The bottom line is that all the plans on the table are likely to add to America's spiraling national debt.

 

Trading in America ended calmly after President Bush announced measures which he said were designed to save the US financial system. Shares in Wall Street closed fractionally down, as investors decided to take some profits after the big rises in stocks on Monday. 250 billion dollars of US government money will be spent in buying shares in struggling American banks. The Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke, said the measures would ease the financial crisis.

 

“Americans can be confident that every resource is being brought to bear. I’m not suggesting that the way forward would be easy, but I strongly believe that the application of these tools together with the underlying vitality and resilience of the American economy will help to restore confidence to our financial system and place our economy back on the path to healthy, vigorous growth.“

 

A research team in Tanzania says it’s developed a new cherry-flavored anti-malaria pill, which works just as well as current treatments, and it is easier for children to swallow. Writing in the medical journal, The Lancet, the team says the new tablet is not as bitter as current drugs, and does not need to be crushed before eating, making it easier for children to stick to the treatment.

 

A man has been executed in the United States despite his plea that the method was inhumane because of his obesity. Richard Cooey, who was convicted of killing two students in 1986, was executed by lethal injection at a prison in Ohio. Warren Bull reports.

 

Lawyers for Richard Cooey had brought an appeal saying he was so overweight at 120 kilograms that prison staff would have trouble finding a suitable vein to administer the injection. They’d also said the medication he was taking to ease migraines would interfere with the lethal dose and cause him to suffer an agonizing death. This, they argued, would amount to cruel and unusual punishment which is unconstitutional in the United States. But the Supreme Court rejected Richard Cooey's appeal and allowed the execution to proceed.

 

World News from the BBC

 

Scientists from six countries have announced what's described as one of the most ambitious explorations of the Antarctic ever. They want to discover how a hidden mountain range,( as high) as big as the Alps, was formed. Our environment correspondent Matt McGrath has the details.

 

Locked four kilometers below the ice, these mountains are of the size of the Alps and are believed to be the birthplace of the huge east Antarctic ice sheet. The scientists will use ice-penetrating radar on board two aircraft [aircrafts] to build up a detailed picture of this mountain range. The researchers would also be hunting for ice that’s believed to be 1.2 million years old. They believed that locked in the ancient samples will be important information about climate change in the past that could help us better predict the changes in climate that lie ahead.

 

The most prestigious literary award for English fiction, the Man Booker Prize, has been awarded to Aravind Adiga for his novel, the White Tiger. The Chairman of the judges, Michael Portillo, described the book as being in the tradition of Macbeth with a delicious twist. Aravind Adiga, who is 33, was born in Madras, and White Tiger set in contemporary India, is his debut novel. He paid tribute to those who helped him win the prize and had particular thanks for his home city.

 

All that is good and all that is bad in India comes to Delhi for resolution and I hope that everyone in Delhi, rich and poor, will get together in the next few years to make sure that what is good will win.

 

Scientists in the United States say surfing the Internet can sharpen the brains of older people. A team from the University of California found searching the web stimulates parts of the brain that control decision-making and complex reasoning. They say using the Internet may help combat physiological changes that cause the brain to slow down, and that it uses different mental processes from those needed for reading books.

 

And that's the latest BBC News.

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 北星束 于 2008-10-17 08:36 编辑 ]
作者: rose080902    时间: 2008-10-15 11:50     标题: on santa711(崩溃,改不下去了。。。)

 

BBC News, Sue Montgomery

 

The US administration is coming to terms with another set of bad financial statistics, the annual budget deficit is reached 455 billion dollars, it is the highest ever figure and represents more than 3% of the country's Growth Domestic Product, From Washington, here's Rachel Harvey.

That has been a nice shortage of big numbers being banned bailout, but the soaring budget deficit is amongst the most troubling, it's now reached all time high. President Bush and two men who vow to succeed---lay down new plans to boost the alien Economy. Barack Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creations, increasing taxes on the rich while cutting them for the middle class. John McCain wants to cut taxes for everyone, particularly the pensions. The bottom line is all the plans on the table are likely to add to American's spiraling national debt.

Trading in the American is ended calmly after President Bush announced measures which is said were designed to save the US financial system. Shares of Wall Street closed fractionally down, as investors decided to take some profits after the big rises in stocks on Monday. 250 billion dollars of the US government money will be spent on buying share in struggling American banks. The Chairman of the Federal Reserve
Bernanke said the measures would ease the financial crisis.

American
s can be confident that every resources being //, I am not suggesting that the way formed could be easy, but I strongly believe the application of these tools together with underling buying // and resilient of American economy. We’ll help to restore confidence to our financial system and place our economy back on the path to healthy vigorous growth.

A research team in Tanzania says it developed a new cherry favored anti-
malaria pill which works as well as the current treatments and it’s easier for children to swallow. Writing in the medical journal The Lancet, the team says the new type is not as bitter as current drugs and it's not needed to be crushed before eating, making it is easier for children to district to the treatment.

 

World News from BBC

Scientists from 6 countries announced what's described one of the most ambitious
explorations of the Antarctic ever. They want to discover how a hidden mountain range just as hard as biggest the Alps was formed. Our environment correspondent M has the details. Locked 4 kilometers below the ice, these mountains are the size of alps and is believed to be the birth place of the huge east Antarctic ice sheet, the scientists will use ice tank radar on board 2 aircrafts to build up detailed pictures of the mountain range. The research -- for ice--1.2 million years old, they believed locked in the giant --the samples will be very important information about the climate change in the past. that could help us better predict the changes in climate later ahead.

The most prestigious literature awards for English fiction --book prize has been awarded to ---for his novel the white tiger. the Chairman of the judges described the book is being--a traditional--- with a delicious twist. ---who is 33 was born in --and white tiger says contemporary Indian is ---, He put tribute to those who helped him to win the prize and particular thanks to his home city. All of this good and all of this bad in India comes in Dely for reservation and I hope that everyone in Dely rich and poor will get together in next few years to make sure what is good for everyone.

Scientists in the United States say surfing the internet can sharpen the brains of older people. The team from University of California finds searching the web tubulents part of the brain that control decision making and complex reasoning, they say using the internet may help combat physical changes that cause the brain to slow down, and it uses different mental processes from those needed for reading books


作者: daxueyuwen    时间: 2008-10-15 11:56

HW

The US government is coming to terms with another set of bad financial statistics. The annual budget deficit has reached 455 billion dollars. It’s the highest ever figure, and represents more than 3% of the country’s gross domestic product. From Washington here’s Rachel Harvey:

There has been no shortage of big numbers being bandied about, but the soaring the budget deficit is among the most troubling. It’s now reached an all-time high. Pr. Bush and the two men who have ??? to succeed him have all laid out new plans to boost the ailing economy. Barrack Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creation, increasing taxes on the rich or cutting them for the middle class. John McCain wants to cut taxes for everyone, particularly pensioners. The bottom line is that all the plans on the table are likely to add to America’s spiraling national debt.

Trading in America ended calmly after Pr. Bush announced measures which he said were designed to save the US financial system. Shares in Wall Street closed fractionally down as investors decided to take some profits after the big rises in stocks on Monday. 250 billion dollars of US government money will be spent in buying shares in struggling American banks. The chairman of the Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke said the measures would ease the financial crisis:

All the Americans can be confident that every resource has been brought to bear. I’m not suggesting that the way forward will be easy, but I strongly believe that the application of these tools, together with the underlined vitality and resilience of the American economy, will help to restore confidence to our financial system, and place our economy back on a path to healthy, vigorous growth.

A research group in Tanzania says it has developed a new cherry-flavored anti-malaria pill, which works just as well as current treatments, and is easier for children to swallow. Writing in the medical journal, the Lancet , the team said the new tablet was not as bitter as the current drugs, and it does not need to be crushed before eating, making it easier for children to stick to the treatment.

A man has been executed in the US despite his plead that the method was inhumane because of his obesity. Richard Cooey, who was convicted of killing 2 students in 1986, was executed by lethal injection at a prison in Ohio. XXX reports:

 Lawyers for Richard Cooey had brought an appeal saying he was suffering?? a weight at 120 kg that the prison staff would have trouble finding a suitable vein to administer the injection. ????? the medication he was taking to his migraines would interfere with the lethal dose, and cause him to suffer an agonizing death. This, they argued, would amount to a cruel and unusual punishment, which is unconstitutional in the United States. But the Supreme Court rejected Richard Cooey’s appeal and allowed the injection to proceed.

World News from the BBC.

Scientists from 6 countries have announced what’s been described as one of the most ambitious explorations of the Antarctic ever. They want to discover how a hidden mountain range as hard and big as the Alps was formed. Our environment correspondent XXX has the details:

 Locked 4 km blow the ice, these mountains are the size of the Alps, and are believed to be the birthplace of the huge east Antarctic ice sheet. The scientists will use ice penetrating radar onboard 2 aircraft, to build a detailed picture of this mountain range. The researchers ??? hunting for ice that’s believed to be 1.2 billion years old. They believe that locked in the ancient samples will be important information about the climate change in the past that could help us better predict the changes in climate that lie ahead.

The most prestigious literary award for English fiction, the Man Booker Prize, has been awarded to Aravind Adiga for his novel the White Tiger. The chairman of the judges Michael Portillo described the book as being in tradition with Macbeth with a delicious twist. Aravind Adiga, who’s 32, was born in Madras, and White Tiger, set in contemporary India, is his début novel. He paid tribute to those who helped him to win the prize, and his particular thanks to his home city.

 “All that is good and all that is bad in India comes to Delhi for resolution, and I hope that everyone in Delhi, rich and poor, will get together in the next few years to make sure what is good for one??”

Scientists in the US say surfing the internet can sharpen the brains of older people. A team from the University of California found surfing the net stimulates parts of the brain that control decision-making and complex reasoning. They say using the internet may combat physiological changes that cause the brain to slow down, and that is uses different mental processes from those needed for reading books. [ 本帖最后由 daxueyuwen 于 2008-10-15 11:59 编辑 ]
作者: I.N.A    时间: 2008-10-15 12:07     标题: on santa711


The US administration is coming to terms with another set of bad financial statistics, the annual budget deficit is reached 455 billion dollars, it is the highest ever figure and represents more than 3% of the country's Growth Domestic Product, From Washington, here's R/H.

This's been no shortage of big numbers being abandoned about , but the soaring budget deficit is amongst the most troubling, it's now reached all time high. President Bush and two men who * to succeed have all laid down the plan to boost the alien Economy. Barack Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creations, increasing taxes on the rich while cutting them for the middle class, John McCain wants to cut taxes for everyone, particularly the pensionists. The bottom line is all the plan on the table are likely to add to American's spiralling national debt.

Trade in the American is ended calmly after president Bush announced measures which is said were designed to save the US financial system. Shares of wall street closed fracturedly down, as investors decided to take some profits after the big rises in stocks on Monday. 250 billion dollars of the US government money will be spent on buying shares in struggling American Banks. The Chairman of the Federal Reserve B/B said the measures would ease the financial crisis.

Americans can be confident that every resources being brought bear, I am not suggesting that the way formed could be easy, but I strongly believe the application of these tools together with underlined vitality and resilience of the US economy will help to restore confidence to our financial system and place our economy back on the path to healthy vigorous growth.

A research team in Tanzania says it developed a new cherry favored anti---pill which works as well as the current treatment and easier for children to swallow. Writing in the medical journal,the Lang said ,the team said the new tablet is not as bitter as current drugs and it's not needed to be crushed before eating, making it is easier for children to district to the treatment.

 

A man has been executed  in US,despite his plead that the method was inhuman because of his obesity.Richard * who was convicted killing two students in 1986 was executed by L* injection at prison in Ohio.W/B reports.

 

Lawers for Richard* has brought the pill saying he was * for the weight at 120kilograms.The prison staff would have trouble in finding suitable vein to admin the injection.They also said that the medication that he was taken to his m* wouldn't fit the L* dose and caused him suffering agonizing death.This day argued woudl amount to cruel and unusual punishment which is unconstitutional on US.The Supreme Court rejected Richard 's appeal and allowed the execution to proceed.

Scientists from 6 countries have announced what's described one of the most ambitious exploration of the Antarctic ever. They want to discover how a hidden mountain range just as high as big as the --was formed. Our enviroment correspondent M/M has the details. Locked 4 kilometers below the ice, these mountains are the size of *and is believed to be the birth place of the huge ---icesheet, the scientists will use ice tank radar on board 2 air crafts to build up detailed pictures of the mountain range. The research is also hunting for ice that believed 1.2 million years old, they believed locked in the ancient samples will be very important information about the climate change in the past. That could help us better predict the changes in climate that lie ahead.

The most prestigious literature awards for English fiction --book prize has been awarded to ---for his novel the white tiger. The Chairman of the judges Michael described the book is being--a traditional*of Macbeth with a delicious twist. A* who is 33 was born in **and white tiger has set contemporary Indian is a debut novel, He put tribute to those who helped him to win the prize and particular thanks to his home city. All of this good and all of this bad in India comes in Dely for reservation and I hope that everyone in Dely rich and poor will get together in next few years to make sure what is good for everyone.

Scientists in the United States say surfing the internet can sharpen the brains of older people. The team from University of California finds searching the web tubulents part of the brain that control decision making and complex reasoning, they say using the internet may help combat physiological changes that cause the brain to slow down, and it uses different mental processes from those needed for reading books.


作者: 米饭团    时间: 2008-10-15 12:57

on rose080902

 

BBC News, Sue Montgomery

 

The US administration is coming to terms with another set of bad financial statistics, the annual budget deficit is reached 455 billion dollars, it is the highest ever figured and represents more than 3% of the country's Growth Domestic Product, From Washington, here's Rachel Harvey.

That has been a nice shortage of big numbers being banned bailout, but the soaring budget deficit is amongst the most troubling, it's now reached all time high. President Bush and two men who vow to succeed---lay down new plans to boost the alien Economy. Barack Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creations, increasing taxes on the rich while cutting them for the middle class. John McCain wants to cut taxes for everyone, particularly the
pensioner’s. The bottom line is all the plans on the table are likely to add to American's spiraling national debt.

Trades in the American is(/) ended calmly after President Bush announced measures which is said were designed to save the US financial system. Shares of Wall Street closed fractionally down, as investors decided to take some profits after the big rises in stocks on Monday. 250 billion dollars of the US government money will be spent on buying shares in struggling American banks. The Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bernanke said the measures would ease the financial crisis.

Americans can be confident that every resource
’s been brought to bear, I am not suggesting that the way formed could be easy, but I strongly believe the application of these tools together with the underling vitality buying(/) and resilience of the America economy. We’ll help to restore confidence to our financial system and place our economy back on the path to healthy vigorous growth.

A research team in Tanzania says it developed a new cherry favored anti-malaria pill which works
just as well as the (/)current treatments and it’s easier for children to swallow. Writing in the medical journal The Lancet, the team says the new type is not as bitter as current drugs and it's not needed to be crushed before eating, making it is easier for children to stick to the treatment.

 

A man has been executed in the United States, despite his plead that the method was inhuman because of his obesity. Richard Cooey who was convicted of killing two students in 1986 was executed by lethal injection at prison in Ohio. ~ reports.

 

Lawyers for Richard Cooey has brought the pill saying he was ~ the weight at 120 kilograms. The prison staff would have trouble finding the suitable vein to administer the injection. They also said that the medication that he was taken to release ~ wouldn't fit the lethal dose and caused him suffering agonizing death. This day argued would amount to cruel and unusual punishment which is unconstitutional in the United States. But the Supreme Court rejected Richard 's appeal and allowed the execution to proceed.

 

World News from the BBC

Scientists from 6 countries
had announced what's described as one of the most ambitious explorations of the Antarctic ever. They wanted to discover how a hidden mountain range just as hard as biggest the Alps was formed. Our environment correspondent ~ has the details. Locked 4 kilometers below the ice, these mountains are the size of Alps and is believed to be the birth place of the huge east Antarctic ice sheet, the scientists will use ice penetrating radar on board 2 aircrafts to build up the detailed picture/ of the mountain range. The researchers were~ being hunting for ice that‘s been believed for 1.2 million years old, they believed that locked in this ancient samples will be very (/)important information about the climate change in the past. that could help us better predict the changes in climate that lay ahead.

The most prestigious
literary award/ for English fiction the Man Booker Prize has been awarded to Aravind Adiga, for his novel the White Tiger. the Chairman of the judges Michael Portillo described the book as being in the tradition of Macbeth with a delicious twist. Aravind Adiga, who is 33 was born in Madras and white tiger said his contemporary Indian is a ~ novel, He paid tribute to those who helped him to win the prize and had particular thanks for his home city.

All that is good and all that is bad in India comes in Dely for resolution and I hope that everyone in Dely, rich and poor will get together in next few years to make sure that what is good for everyone.

Scientists in the United States say surfing the internet can sharpen the brains of older people. The team from University of California finds searching the web
stimulates parts of the brain that control decision making and complex reasoning, they say using the internet may help combat physiological changes that cause the brain to slow down, and that it uses different mental processes from those needed for reading books.

 

[ 本帖最后由 米饭团 于 2008-10-15 13:02 编辑 ]
作者: myconsent    时间: 2008-10-15 13:06

on 米饭团

 

BBC news with Sue Montgomery

 

The US administration is coming to terms with another set of bad financial statistics. The annual budget deficit has reached 455 billion dollars, it is the highest ever figure and represents more than 3% of the country's Gross Domestic Product, From Washington, here's Richard Harvey.

 

There’s been no shortage of big numbers being bandied about , but the soaring budget deficit is amongst the most troubling, it's now reached a all-time-high. President Bush and two men who * to succeed him have all laid out new plans to boost the ailing Economy. Barack Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creation, increasing taxes on the rich while cutting them for the middle-class; John McCain wants to cut taxes for everyone, particularly pensioners. The bottom line is that all the plans on the table are likely to add to American's spiraling national debt.

 

Trade in America ended calmly after President Bush announced measures which he said were designed to save the US financial system. Shares in Wall Street closed fractionally down, as investors decided to take some profit after the big rises in stocks on Monday. 250 billion dollars of US government money will be spent in buying shares in struggling American Banks. The Chairman of the Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke said the measures would ease the financial crisis.

 

“Americans can be confident that every resource is being brought to bear. I am not suggesting that the way forward would be easy, but I strongly believe the application of these tools together with the underlying vitality and resilience of the American economy will help to restore confidence to our financial system and place our economy back on the path to healthy, vigorous growth. “

 

A research team in Tanzania says it developed a new cherry-flavored anti-malaria pill which works just as well as current treatments and is easier for children to swallow. Writing in the medical journal, The Lancet ,the team says the new tablet is not as bitter as current drugs and does not need to be crushed before eating, making it easier for children to stick to the treatment.

 

 

 

A man has been executed in the US,despite his plead that the method was inhumane because of his obesity. Richard Cooey  who was convicted of killing two students in 1986 was executed by lethal injection at a prison in Ohio. Warren Boo reports.

 

 

 

Lawyers for Richard Cooey have brought an appeal saying he was some at the weight of 120 kilograms. The prison staff would have trouble in finding a suitable vein to administer the injection. They also said that the medication that he was taking to his m* would interfere with the lethal dose and cause him to suffer an agonizing death. This, they argued, would amount to cruel and unusual punishment which is unconstitutional in the US. But the Supreme Court rejected Richard Cooey 's appeal and allowed the execution to proceed.

 

World news from the BBC

 

Scientists from 6 countries have announced what's described as one of the most ambitious explorations of the Antarctic ever. They want to discover how a hidden mountain range just as hard and as big as the Alps was formed. Our environment correspondent McMral has the details.

 

Locked 4 kilometers below the ice, these mountains are the size of the Alps and are believed to be the birth place of the huge east Antarctic ice sheet, the scientists will use ice penetrating radar on board 2 aircrafts to build up a detailed picture of this mountain range. The research will be also hunting for ice that’s believed to be 1.2 million years old, they believed that locked in the ancient samples will be important information about the climate change in the past, that could help us better predict the changes in climate that lie ahead.

 

The most prestigious literary award for English fiction the Man Booker Prize has been awarded to Aravind Adiga for his novel the White Tiger. The Chairman of the judges Michael Portillo described the book as being in the tradition with Macbeth with a delicious twist. Aravind Adiga who is 33 was born in **and White Tiger, set contemporary India, is his debut novel, He paid tribute to those who helped him win the prize and had particular thanks for his home city.

 

All that is good and all that is bad in India comes for Delhi for resolution and I hope that everyone in Delhi rich and poor will get together in next few years to make sure what is good will win.

 

Scientists in the United States say surfing the Internet can sharpen the brains of older people. A team from University of California found searching the webs stimulates parts of the brain that control decision making and complex reasoning, they say using the internet may help combat physiological changes that cause the brain to slow down, and it uses different mental processes from those needed for reading books.


作者: BlauBauer    时间: 2008-10-15 13:18

on INA

 

The US administration is coming to terms with another set of bad financial statistics, the annual budget deficit is reached 455 billion dollars, it is the highest ever figure and represents more than 3% of the country's Growth Domestic Product, From Washington, here's R/H.

This's been no shortage of big numbers being abandoned about , but the soaring budget deficit is amongst the most troubling, it's now reached all time high. President Bush and the two men who want to succeed have all laid down the plan to boost the ailing Economy. Barack Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creation, increasing taxes on the rich while cutting them for the middle class, John McCain wants to cut taxes for everyone, particularly the pensionists. The bottom line is all the plan on the table are likely to add to American's spiralling national debt.

Trade in the American is ended calmly after president Bush announced measures which is said were designed to save the US financial system. Shares of wall street closed fractionally down, as investors decided to take some profits after the big rises in stocks on Monday. 250 billion dollars of the US government money will be spent on buying shares in struggling American Banks. The Chairman of the Federal Reserve B/B said the measures would ease the financial crisis.

Americans can be confident that every resource is being brought to bear, I am not suggesting that the way forward would be easy, but I strongly believe the application of these tools together with underlined vitality and resilience of the US economy will help to restore confidence to our financial system and place our economy back on the path to healthy vigorous growth.

A research team in Tanzania says it developed a new cherry favored anti-malaria pill which works just as well as the current treatment and easier for children to swallow. Writing in the medical journal,the Lancet,the team says the new tablet is not as bitter as current drugs and it's not needed to be crushed before eating, making it is easier for children to stick to the treatment.

 

A man has been executed  in US,despite his plead that the method was inhuman because of his obesity.Richard * who was convicted killing two students in 1986 was executed by lethal  injection at prison in Ohio.W/B reports.

 

Lawers for Richard* has brought the pill saying he was * for the weight at 120kilograms.The prison staff would have trouble / finding a suitable vein to administer the injection.They also said that the medication / he was taken to his m* would interfere  the lethal  dose and caused him to suffer agonizing death.This day argued would amount to cruel and unusual punishment which is unconstitutional in the  US.The Supreme Court rejected Richard 's appeal and allowed the execution to proceed.

Scientists from 6 countries have announced what's described one of the most ambitious exploration of the Antarctic ever. They want to discover how a hidden mountain range just as high as big as the Alps was formed. Our enviroment correspondent M/M has the details. Locked 4 kilometers below the ice, these mountains are the size of Alps and is believed to be the birth place of the huge eastern antarctic icesheet, the scientists will use ice penetrating radar on board 2 air crafts to build up detailed pictures of the mountain range. The researchers  will  also be hunting for ice that is believed be 1.2 million years old, they believed that locked in the ancient samples will be / important information about the climate change in the past. That could help us better predict the changes in climate that lie ahead.

The most prestigious literature awards for English fiction --book prize has been awarded to ---for his novel the white tiger. The Chairman of the judges Michael described the book is being in the tradition of Macbeth with a delicious twist. A* who is 33 was born in **and white tiger set in contemporary Indian is a debut novel, He paid  tribute to those who helped him to win the prize and had particular thanks to his home city. All that is good and all that is bad in India comes to Dely for resolution and I hope that everyone in Dely rich and poor will get together in next few years to make sure what is good for everyone.

Scientists in the United States say surfing the internet can sharpen the brains of older people. The team from University of California finds searching the web stimulates part of the brain that control decision making and complex reasoning, they say using the internet may help combat physiological changes that cause the brain to slow down, and it uses different mental processes from those needed for reading books.


作者: fastslow    时间: 2008-10-15 13:27     标题: on myconsent

 

BBC news with Sue Montgomery

 

The US Administration is coming to terms with another set of bad financial statistics. The annual budget deficit has reached 455 billion dollars, it is the highest ever figure and represents more than 3% of the country's Gross Domestic Product, From Washington, here's Richard Harvey.

 

There’s been no shortage of big numbers being bandied about , but the soaring budget deficit is amongst the most troubling, it's now reached a all-time-high. President Bush and two men who‘re vying to succeed him have all laid out new plans to boost the ailing economy. Barack Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creation, increasing taxes on the rich while cutting them for the middle-class; John McCain wants to cut taxes for everyone, particularly pensioners. The bottom line is that all the plans on the table are likely to add to American's spiraling national debt.

 

Trade in America ended calmly after President Bush announced measures which he said were designed to save the US financial system. Shares in Wall Street closed fractionally down, as investors decide to take some profit after the big rises in stocks on Monday. 250 billion dollars of US government money will be spent in buying shares in struggling American Banks. The Chairman of the Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke said the measures would ease the financial crisis.

 

“Americans can be confident that every resource is being brought to bear. I am not suggesting that the way forward would be easy, but I strongly believe that the application of these tools together with the underlying vitality and resilience of the American economy will help to restore confidence to our financial system and place our economy back on the path to healthy, vigorous growth. “

 

A research team in Tanzania says it’s developed a new cherry-flavored anti-malaria pill which works just as well as current treatments and is easier for children to swallow. Writing in the medical journal, The Lancet ,the team says the new tablet is not as bitter as current drugs and does not need to be crushed before eating, making it easier for children to stick to the treatment.

 

A man has been executed in the US,despite his plead that the method was inhumane because of his obesity. Richard Cooey  who was convicted of killing two students in 1986 was executed by lethal injection at a prison in Ohio. Warren Boo reports.

 

Lawyers for Richard Cooey had brought an appeal saying he was so ever the weight at 120 kilograms. The prison staff would have trouble in finding a suitable vein to administer the injection. They also said that the medication that he was taking to is migraines would interfere with the lethal dose and cause him to suffer an agonizing death. This, they argued, would amount to cruel and unusual punishment which is unconstitutional in the United States. But the Supreme Court rejected Richard Cooey 's appeal and allowed the execution to proceed.

 

World news from the BBC

 

Scientists from 6 countries have announced what's described as one of the most ambitious explorations of the Antarctic ever. They want to discover how a hidden mountain range just as hard and as big as the Alps was formed. Our environment correspondent McMral has the details.

 

Locked 4 kilometers below the ice, these mountains are the size of the Alps and are believed to be the birth place of the huge east Antarctic ice sheet, the scientists will use ice penetrating radar on board 2 aircrafts to build up a detailed picture of this mountain range. The research would also be hunting for ice that’s believed to be 1.2 million years old. They believed that locked in the ancient samples will be important information about the climate change in the past, that could help us better predict the changes in climate that lie ahead.

 

The most prestigious literary award for English fiction the Man Booker Prize has been awarded to Aravind Adiga for his novel the White Tiger. The Chairman of the judges Michael Portillo described the book as being in the tradition with Macbeth with a delicious twist. Aravind Adiga who is 33 was born in **and White Tiger, set contemporary India, is his debut novel, He paid tribute to those who helped him win the prize and had particular thanks for his home city.

 

All that is good and all that is bad in India comes for Delhi for resolution and I hope that everyone in Delhi rich and poor will get together in next few years to make sure that what is good will win.

 

Scientists in the United States say surfing the internet can sharpen the brains of older people. A team from University of California found searching the webs stimulates parts of the brain that control decision making and complex reasoning, they say using the internet may help combat physiological changes that cause the brain to slow down, and it uses different mental processes from those needed for reading books.

 

 BBC news.That's the latest.


作者: Alert!    时间: 2008-10-15 13:53     标题: ON I.N.A

BBC News with Sue Montgomery

 

The US administration is coming to terms with another set of bad financial statistics. the annual budget deficit has reached 455 billion dollars. It's the highest ever figure and represents more than 3% of the country's Gross Domestic Product, From Washington, here's Richard Harvy.

 

There's been no shortage of big numbers being banded about , but the soaring budget deficit is amongst the most troubling, it's now reached all time high. President Bush and the two men of whom one to succeed him have all laid down news plans to boost the ailing Economy. Barack Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creation, increasing taxes on the rich while cutting them for the middle class, John McCain wants to cut taxes for everyone, particularly / pensionists. The bottom line is that all the plans on the table are likely to add to American's spiralling national debts.

 

Trade in the American / ended calmly after president Bush announced measures which he said were designed to save the US financial system. Shares in wall street closed fracturedly down, as investors decided to take some profits after the big rises in stocks on Monday. 250 billion dollars of / US government money will be spent in buying shares in struggling American Banks. The Chairman of the Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke said the measures would ease the financial crisis.

 

Americans can be confident that every resource is being brought to bear, I am not suggesting that the way followed would be easy, but I strongly believe that the application of these tools together with the underlying vitality and resilience of the American economy will help to restore confidence to our financial system and place our economy back on the path to healthy, vigorous growth.

 

A research team in Tanzania says it's developed a new cherry favored anti-malaria pill which works just as well as the current treatments and is easier for children to swallow. Writing in the medical journal,the Lang said ,the team says the new tablet is not as bitter as current drugs and it's not needed to be crushed before eating, making it / easier for children to stick to the treatment.

 

A man has been executed in the United States,despite his plead that the method was inhuman because of his obesity.Richard Cooey who was convicted of killing two students in 1996 was executed by lethal injection at prison in Ohio.W/B reports.

 

Lawers for Richard Cooey has brought an appeal, saying he was so overweight at 120kilograms.The prison staff would have trouble in finding a suitable vein to administer the injection.They also said that the medication that he was taking to his m* would interfere with the lethal dose and caused him to suffer an agonizing death.This they argued would amount to cruel and unusual punishment which is unconstitutional in the United States.But the Supreme Court rejected Richard 's appeal and allowed the execution to proceed.

 

World News from the BBC

 

Scientists from 6 countries have announced what's described as one of the most ambitious explorations of the Antarctic ever. They want to discover how a hidden mountain range just as high as big as the --was formed. Our environment correspondent M/M has the details. Locked 4 kilometers below the ice, these mountains are the size of *and are believed to be the birth place of the huge east Antarctic icesheet, the scientists will use ice-penetrating radar on board 2 air crafts to build up a detailed picture of this mountain range. The researchs would also be hunting for ice that's believed to be 1.2 million years old, they believed that locked in the ancient samples will be / important information about the climate change in the past. That could help us better predict the changes in climate that lie ahead.

 

The most prestigious literature award for English fiction,The--book prize has been awarded to ---for his novel, the White Tiger. The Chairman of the judges Michael * described the book as being--a traditional*of Macbeth with a delicious twist. * who is 33 was born in **and white tiger / set in  contemporary Indian is his debut novel, He paid tribute to those who helped him to win the prize and held particular thanks to his home city. All that is good and all that is bad in India comes to Dely for resolution and I hope that everyone in Dely, rich and poor will get together in the next few years to make sure that what is good for everyone.

 

Scientists in the United States say surfing the internet can sharpen the brains of older people. A team from the University of California finds searching the web stimulates part of the brain that control decision making and complex reasoning. they say using the internet may help combat physiological changes that cause the brain to slow down, and that it uses different mental processes from those needed for reading books.


作者: 北星束    时间: 2008-10-15 19:18

on fastslow

 

BBC News with Sue Montgomery

 

The US administration is coming to terms with another set of bad financial statistics. The annual budget deficit has reached 455 billion dollars, [which]is the highest ever figure and represents more than 3% of the country's Gross Domestic Product, From Washington, here's Richard Harvey.

 

There’s been no shortage of big numbers being bandied about , but the soaring budget deficit is amongst the most troubling, it's now reached a all-time high. President Bush and two men who‘re vying to succeed him have all laid out new plans to boost the ailing economy. Barack Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creation, increasing taxes on the rich while cutting them for the middle-class; John McCain wants to cut taxes for everyone, particularly pensioners. The bottom line is that all the plans on the table are likely to add to American's spiraling national debt.

 

Trade in America ended calmly after President Bush announced measures which he said were designed to save the US financial system. Shares in Wall Street closed fractionally down, as investors decide to take some profits after the big rises in stocks on Monday. 250 billion dollars of US government money will be spent in buying shares in struggling American banks. The Chairman of the Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke said the measures would ease the financial crisis.

 

“Americans can be confident that every resource is being brought to bear. I am not suggesting that the way forward would be easy, but I strongly believe that the application of these tools together with the underlying vitality and resilience of the American economy will help to restore confidence to our financial system and place our economy back on the path to healthy, vigorous growth. “

 

A research team in Tanzania says it’s developed a new cherry-flavored anti-malaria pill which works just as well as current treatments and is easier for children to swallow. Writing in the medical journal, The Lancet ,the team says the new tablet is not as bitter as current drugs and does not need to be crushed before eating, making it easier for children to stick to the treatment.

 

A man has been executed in the US, despite his plea that the method was inhumane because of his obesity. Richard Cooey who was convicted of killing two students in 1986 was executed by lethal injection at a prison in Ohio. Warren Boo reports.

 

Lawyers for Richard Cooey had brought an appeal saying he was so overweight at 120 kilograms that / prison staff would have trouble finding a suitable vein to administer the injection. They’d also said that the medication he was taking to ease migraines would interfere with the lethal dose and cause him to suffer an agonizing death. This, they argued, would amount to cruel and unusual punishment which is unconstitutional in the United States. But the Supreme Court rejected Richard Cooey 's appeal and allowed the execution to proceed.

 

World News from the BBC

 

Scientists from six(如果数字小于10请不要用阿拉伯数字~) countries have announced what's described as one of the most ambitious explorations of the Antarctic ever. They want to discover how a hidden mountain range just as hard and as big as the Alps was formed. Our environment correspondent McMral has the details.

 

Locked 4 kilometers below the ice, these mountains are the size of the Alps and are believed to be the birthplace of the huge east Antarctic ice sheet. The scientists will use ice-penetrating radar onboard two aircrafts to build up a detailed picture of this mountain range. The research would also be hunting for ice that’s believed to be 1.2 million years old. They believed that locked in the ancient samples will be important information about the climate change in the past, that could help us better predict the changes in climate that lie ahead.

 

The most prestigious literary award for English fiction the Man Booker Prize has been awarded to Aravind Adiga for his novel, the White Tiger. The Chairman of the judges Michael Portillo described the book as being in the tradition of Macbeth with a delicious twist. Aravind Adiga who is 33 was born in Madras and White Tiger, set in contemporary India, is his debut novel. He paid tribute to those who helped him win the prize and had particular thanks for his home city.

 

All that is good and all that is bad in India comes for Delhi for resolution and I hope that everyone in Delhi, rich and poor, will get together in the next few years to make sure that what is good will win.

 

Scientists in the United States say surfing the internet can sharpen the brains of older people. A team from University of California found searching the webs stimulates parts of the brain that control decision making and complex reasoning, they say using the internet may help combat physiological changes that cause the brain to slow down, and it uses different mental processes from those needed for reading books.

 

 That's the latest BBC News.

 

 


作者: ghance    时间: 2008-10-15 20:15     标题: on 北星束

BBC News with Sue Montgomery

 

The US administration is coming to terms with another set of bad financial statistics. The annual budget deficit has reached 455 billion dollars, [which] is the highest ever figure and represents more than 3% of the country's Gross Domestic Product, From Washington, here's Richard Harvey.

 

There’s been no shortage of big numbers being bandied about, but the soaring budget deficit is amongst the most troubling, it's now reached at all-time high. President Bush and two men who‘re vying to succeed him have all laid out new plans to boost the ailing economy. Barack Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creation, increasing taxes on the rich while cutting them for the middle-class; John McCain wants to cut taxes for everyone, particularly pensioners. The bottom line is that all the plans on the table are likely to add to American's spiraling national debt.

 

Trade in America ended calmly after President Bush announced measures which he said were designed to save the US financial system. Shares in Wall Street closed fractionally down, as investors decide to take some profits after the big rises in stocks on Monday. 250 billion dollars of US government money will be spent in buying shares in struggling American banks. The Chairman of the Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke said the measures would ease the financial crisis.

 

“Americans can be confident that every resource is being brought to bear. I am not suggesting that the way forward would be easy, but I strongly believe that the application of these tools together with the underlying vitality and resilience of the American economy will help to restore confidence to our financial system and place our economy back on the path to healthy, vigorous growth. “

 

A research team in Tanzania says it’s developed a new cherry-flavored anti-malaria pill which works just as well as current treatments and is easier for children to swallow. Writing in the medical journal, The Lancet ,the team says the new tablet is not as bitter as current drugs and does not need to be crushed before eating, making it easier for children to stick to the treatment.

 

A man has been executed in the US, despite his plea that the method was inhumane because of his obesity. Richard Cooey who was convicted of killing two students in 1986 was executed by lethal injection at a prison in Ohio. Warren Boo reports.

 

Lawyers for Richard Cooey had brought an appeal saying he was so overweight at 120 kilograms that prison staff would have trouble finding a suitable vein to administer the injection. They’d also said that the medication he was taking to ease migraines would interfere with the lethal dose and cause him to suffer an agonizing death. This, they argued, would amount to cruel and unusual punishment which is unconstitutional in the United States. But the Supreme Court rejected Richard Cooey’s appeal and allowed the execution to proceed.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

Scientists from six countries have announced what's described as one of the most ambitious explorations of the Antarctic ever. They want to discover how a hidden mountain range just as hard and as big as the Alps was formed. Our environment correspondent McMral has the details.

 

Locked four kilometers below the ice, these mountains of the size of the Alps and are believed to be the birthplace of the huge east Antarctic ice sheet. The scientists will use ice-penetrating radar onboard two aircrafts to build up a detailed picture of this mountain range. The research would also be hunting for ice that’s believed to be 1.2 million years old. They believed that locked in the ancient samples will be important information about / climate change in the past, that could help us better predict the changes in climate that lie ahead.

 

The most prestigious literary award for English fiction the Man Booker Prize has been awarded to Aravind Adiga for his novel, the White Tiger. The Chairman of the judges Michael Portillo described the book as being in the tradition of Macbeth with a delicious twist. Aravind Adiga who is 33 was born in Madras and White Tiger, set in contemporary India, is his debut novel. He paid tribute to those who helped him win the prize and had particular thanks for his home city.

 

All that is good and all that is bad in India comes for Delhi for resolution and I hope that everyone in Delhi, rich and poor, will get together in the next few years to make sure that what is good will win.

 

Scientists in the United States say surfing the internet can sharpen the brains of older people. A team from University of California found searching the webs stimulates parts of the brain that control decision making and complex reasoning, they say using the internet may help combat physiological changes that cause the brain to slow down, and it uses different mental processes from those needed for reading books.

 

 That's the latest BBC News.

 

 


作者: brightu    时间: 2008-10-15 20:24

on 小北

BBC News with Sue Montgomery.

 

The US administration is coming to terms with another set of bad financial statistics. The annual budget deficit has reached 455 billion dollars, it's the highest ever figure and represents more than 3% of the country's Gross Domestic Product. From Washington, here's Richard Harvey.

 

There’s been no shortage of big numbers being bandied about , but the soaring budget deficit is amongst the most troubling, it's now reached an all-time high. President Bush and two men who‘re vying to succeed him have all laid out new plans to boost the ailing economy. Barack Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creation, increasing taxes on the rich while cutting them for the middle-class; John McCain wants to cut taxes for everyone, particularly pensioners. The bottom line is that all the plans on the table are likely to add to American's spiraling national debt.

 

Trade in America ended calmly after President Bush announced measures which he said were designed to save the US financial system. Shares in Wall Street closed fractionally down, as investors decided to take some profits after the big rises in stocks on Monday. 250 billion dollars of US government money will be spent in buying shares in struggling American banks. The Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke, said the measures would ease the financial crisis.

 

“Americans can be confident that every resource is being brought to bear. I am not suggesting that the way forward would be easy, but I strongly believe that the application of these tools together with the underlying vitality and resilience of the American economy will help to restore confidence to our financial system and place our economy back on the path to healthy, vigorous growth.“

 

A research team in Tanzania says it’s developed a new cherry-flavored anti-malaria pill, which works just as well as current treatments, and it is easier for children to swallow. Writing in the medical journal, The Lancet, the team says the new tablet is not as bitter as current drugs, and does not need to be crushed before eating, making it easier for children to stick to the treatment.

 

A man has been executed in the United States despite his plea that the method was inhumane because of his obesity. Richard Cooey, who was convicted of killing two students in 1986, was executed by lethal injection at a prison in Ohio. Warren Bull reports.

 

Lawyers for Richard Cooey had brought an appeal saying he was so overweight at 120 kilograms that prison staff would have trouble finding a suitable vein to administer the injection. They’d also said that the medication he was taking to ease migraines would interfere with the lethal dose and cause him to suffer an agonizing death. This, they argued, would amount to cruel and unusual punishment which is unconstitutional in the United States. But the Supreme Court rejected Richard Cooey's appeal and allowed the execution to proceed.

 

World News from the BBC

 

Scientists from six countries have announced what's described as one of the most ambitious explorations of the Antarctic ever. They want to discover how a hidden mountain range, just /(这里可能是播音员口误) as big as the Alps, was formed. Our environment correspondent Matt McGrath has the details.

 

Locked four kilometers below the ice, these mountains are the size of the Alps and are believed to be the birthplace of the huge east Antarctic ice sheet. The scientists will use ice-penetrating radar on board two aircraft [aircrafts] to build up a detailed picture of this mountain range. The researchers would also be hunting for ice that’s believed to be 1.2 million years old. They believed that locked in the ancient samples will be important information about the climate change in the past that could help us better predict the changes in climate that lie ahead.

 

The most prestigious literary award for English fiction, the Man Booker Prize, has been awarded to Aravind Adiga for his novel, the White Tiger. The Chairman of the judges, Michael Portillo, described the book as being in the tradition of Macbeth with a delicious twist. Aravind Adiga, who is 33, was born in Madras, and White Tiger set in contemporary India, is his debut novel. He paid tribute to those who helped him win the prize and had particular thanks for his home city.

 

All that is good and all that is bad in India comes to Delhi for resolution and I hope that everyone in Delhi, rich and poor, will get together in the next few years to make sure that what is good will win.

 

Scientists in the United States say surfing the Internet can sharpen the brains of older people. A team from the University of California found searching the webs stimulates parts of the brain that control decision-making and complex reasoning. They say using the Internet may help combat physiological changes that cause the brain to slow down, and that it uses different mental processes from those needed for reading books.

 

 That's the latest BBC News.

 

come to terms with something: to accept an unpleasant or sad situation and no longer feel upset or angry about it.
作者: brightu    时间: 2008-10-15 20:26



作者: jjmm    时间: 2008-10-15 20:59     标题: on brightu

重在参与

 

BBC News with Sue Montgomery.

 

The US administration is coming to terms with another set of bad financial statistics. The annual budget deficit has reached 455 billion dollars, it's the highest ever figure and represents more than 3% of the country's Gross Domestic Product. From Washington, here's Richard Harvey.

 

There’s been no shortage of big numbers being bandied about , but the soaring budget deficit is amongst the most troubling, it's now reached an all-time high. President Bush and two men who‘re vying to succeed him have all laid out new plans to boost the ailing economy. Barack Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creation, increasing taxes on the rich while cutting them for the middle-class; John McCain wants to cut taxes for everyone, particularly pensioners. The bottom line is that all the plans on the table are likely to add to American's spiraling national debt.

 

Trading in America ended calmly after President Bush announced measures which he said were designed to save the US financial system. Shares in Wall Street closed fractionally down, as investors decided to take some profits after the big rises in stocks on Monday. 250 billion dollars of US government money will be spent in buying shares in struggling American banks. The Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke, said the measures would ease the financial crisis.

 

“Americans can be confident that every resource is being brought to bear. I am not suggesting that the way forward would be easy, but I strongly believe that the application of these tools together with the underlying vitality and resilience of the American economy will help to restore confidence to our financial system and place our economy back on the path to healthy, vigorous growth.“

 

A research team in Tanzania says it’s developed a new cherry-flavored anti-malaria pill, which works just as well as current treatments, and it is easier for children to swallow. Writing in the medical journal, The Lancet, the team says the new tablet is not as bitter as current drugs, and does not need to be crushed before eating, making it easier for children to stick to the treatment.

 

A man has been executed in the United States despite his plea that the method was inhumane because of his obesity. Richard Cooey, who was convicted of killing two students in 1986, was executed by lethal injection at a prison in Ohio. Warren Bull reports.

 

Lawyers for Richard Cooey had brought an appeal saying he was so overweight at 120 kilograms that prison staff would have trouble finding a suitable vein to administer the injection. They’d also said that the medication he was taking to ease migraines would interfere with the lethal dose and cause him to suffer an agonizing death. This, they argued, would amount to cruel and unusual punishment which is unconstitutional in the United States. But the Supreme Court rejected Richard Cooey's appeal and allowed the execution to proceed.

 

World News from the BBC

 

Scientists from six countries have announced what's described as one of the most ambitious explorations of the Antarctic ever. They want to discover how a hidden mountain range, as high(这里可能是播音员口误) as big as the Alps, was formed. Our environment correspondent Matt McGrath has the details.

 

Locked four kilometers below the ice, these mountains are the size of the Alps and are believed to be the birthplace of the huge east Antarctic ice sheet. The scientists will use ice-penetrating radar on board two aircraft [aircrafts] to build up a detailed picture of this mountain range. The researchers would also be hunting for ice that’s believed to be 1.2 million years old. They believed that locked in the ancient samples will be important information about the climate change in the past that could help us better predict the changes in climate that lie ahead.

 

The most prestigious literary award for English fiction, the Man Booker Prize, has been awarded to Aravind Adiga for his novel, the White Tiger. The Chairman of the judges, Michael Portillo, described the book as being in the tradition of Macbeth with a delicious twist. Aravind Adiga, who is 33, was born in Madras, and White Tiger set in contemporary India, is his debut novel. He paid tribute to those who helped him win the prize and had particular thanks for his home city.

 

All that is good and all that is bad in India comes to Delhi for resolution and I hope that everyone in Delhi, rich and poor, will get together in the next few years to make sure that what is good will win.

 

Scientists in the United States say surfing the Internet can sharpen the brains of older people. A team from the University of California found searching the web/ stimulates parts of the brain that control decision-making and complex reasoning. They say using the Internet may help combat physiological changes that cause the brain to slow down, and that it uses different mental processes from those needed for reading books.

 

 That's the latest BBC News.

 


作者: ylem_ail    时间: 2008-10-16 00:17

"Americans can be confident that every resource is being brought to bear."

听着像是"could be",晕菜了,俺听力及语法亟待提高啊!


作者: Jzh59760018    时间: 2008-10-16 07:35     标题: On jjmm

BBC News with Sue Montgomery.

 

The US administration is coming to terms with another set of bad financial statistics. The annual budget deficit has reached 455 billion dollars, it's the highest ever figure and represents more than 3% of the country's Gross Domestic Product. From Washington, here's Richard Harvey.

 

There’s been no shortage of big numbers being bandied about, but the soaring budget deficit is amongst the most troubling, it's now reached an all-time high. President Bush and two men who‘re vying to succeed him have all laid out new plans to boost the ailing economy. Barack Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creation, increasing taxes on the rich while cutting them for the middle-class; John McCain wants to cut taxes for everyone, particularly pensioners. The bottom line is that all the plans on the table are likely to add to America's spiraling national debt.

 

Trading in America ended calmly after President Bush announced measures which he said were designed to save the US financial system. Shares in Wall Street closed fractionally down, as investors decided to take some profits after the big rises in stocks on Monday. 250 billion dollars of US government money will be spent in buying shares in struggling American banks. The Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke, said the measures would ease the financial crisis.

 

“Americans can be confident that every resource is being brought to bear. I’m not suggesting that the way forward would be easy, but I strongly believe that the application of these tools together with the underlying vitality and resilience of the American economy will help to restore confidence to our financial system and place our economy back on the path to healthy, vigorous growth.“

 

A research team in Tanzania says it’s developed a new cherry-flavored anti-malaria pill, which works just as well as current treatments, and it is easier for children to swallow. Writing in the medical journal, The Lancet, the team says the new tablet is not as bitter as current drugs, and does not need to be crushed before eating, making it easier for children to stick to the treatment.

 

A man has been executed in the United States despite his plea that the method was inhumane because of his obesity. Richard Cooey, who was convicted of killing two students in 1986, was executed by lethal injection at a prison in Ohio. Warren Bull reports.

 

Lawyers for Richard Cooey had brought an appeal saying he was so overweight at 120 kilograms that prison staff would have trouble finding a suitable vein to administer the injection. They’d also said / the medication he was taking to ease migraines would interfere with the lethal dose and cause him to suffer an agonizing death. This, they argued, would amount to cruel and unusual punishment which is unconstitutional in the United States. But the Supreme Court rejected Richard Cooey's appeal and allowed the execution to proceed.

 

World News from the BBC

 

Scientists from six countries have announced what's described as one of the most ambitious explorations of the Antarctic ever. They want to discover how a hidden mountain range, as high as big as the Alps, was formed. Our environment correspondent Matt McGrath has the details.

 

Locked four kilometers below the ice, these mountains are the size of the Alps and are believed to be the birthplace of the huge east Antarctic ice sheet. The scientists will use ice-penetrating radar on board two aircraft [aircrafts] to build up a detailed picture of this mountain range. The researchers would also be hunting for ice that’s believed to be 1.2 million years old. They believed that locked in the ancient samples will be important information about / climate change in the past that could help us better predict the changes in climate that lie ahead.

 

The most prestigious literary award for English fiction, the Man Booker Prize, has been awarded to Aravind Adiga for his novel, the White Tiger. The Chairman of the judges, Michael Portillo, described the book as being in the tradition of Macbeth with a delicious twist. Aravind Adiga, who is 33, was born in Madras, and White Tiger set in contemporary India, is his debut novel. He paid tribute to those who helped him win the prize and had particular thanks for his home city.

 

All that is good and all that is bad in India comes to Delhi for resolution and I hope that everyone in Delhi, rich and poor, will get together in the next few years to make sure that what is good will win.

 

Scientists in the United States say surfing the Internet can sharpen the brains of older people. A team from the University of California found searching the web stimulates parts of the brain that control decision-making and complex reasoning. They say using the Internet may help combat physiological changes that cause the brain to slow down, and that it uses different mental processes from those needed for reading books.

 

 That's the latest BBC News.

 


作者: 一叶轻舟    时间: 2008-10-16 21:56     标题: on 整理稿

BBC News with Sue Montgomery.

The US administration is coming to terms with another set of bad financial statistics. The annual budget deficit has reached 455 billion dollars. It’s the highest ever figure and represents more than 3% of the country's Gross Domestic Product. From Washington, here's Richard Harvey.

 

There’s been no shortage of big numbers being bandied about, but the soaring budget deficit is amongst the most troubling, it's now reached an all-time high. President Bush and the two men who‘re vying to succeed him have all laid out new plans to boost the ailing economy. Barack Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creation, increasing taxes on the rich while cutting them for the middle-class; John McCain wants to cut taxes for everyone, particularly pensioners. The bottom line is that all the plans on the table are likely to add to America's spiraling national debt.

 

Trading in America ended calmly after President Bush announced measures which he said were designed to save the US financial system. Shares in Wall Street closed fractionally down, as investors decided to take some profits after the big rises in stocks on Monday. 250 billion dollars of US government money will be spent in buying shares in struggling American banks. The Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke, said the measures would ease the financial crisis.

 

“Americans can be confident that every resource is being brought to bear. I’m not suggesting that the way forward would be easy, but I strongly believe that the application of these tools together with the underlying vitality and resilience of the American economy will help to restore confidence to our financial system and place our economy back on the path to healthy, vigorous growth.”

 

A research team in Tanzania says it’s developed a new cherry-flavored anti-malaria pill, which works just as well as current treatments, and it is easier for children to swallow. Writing in the medical journal, The Lancet, the team says the new tablet is not as bitter as current drugs, and does not need to be crushed before eating, making it easier for children to stick to the treatment.

 

A man has been executed in the United States despite his plea that the method was inhumane because of his obesity. Richard Cooey, who was convicted of killing two students in 1986, was executed by lethal injection at a prison in Ohio. Warren Bull reports.

 

Lawyers for Richard Cooey had brought an appeal saying he was so overweight at 120 kilograms that prison staff would have trouble finding a suitable vein to administer the injection. They’d also said the medication he was taking to ease migraines would interfere with the lethal dose and cause him to suffer an agonizing death. This, they argued, would amount to cruel and unusual punishment which is unconstitutional in the United States. But the Supreme Court rejected Richard Cooey's appeal and allowed the execution to proceed.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

Scientists from six countries have announced what's described as one of the most ambitious explorations of the Antarctic ever. They want to discover how a hidden mountain range,( as high) as big as the Alps, was formed. Our environment correspondent Matt McGrath has the details.

 

Locked four kilometers below the ice, these mountains are of the size of the Alps and are believed to be the birthplace of the huge east Antarctic ice sheet. The scientists will use ice-penetrating radar on board two aircraft [aircrafts] to build up a detailed picture of this mountain range. The researchers would also be hunting for ice that’s believed to be 1.2 million years old. They believed that locked in the ancient samples will be important information about climate change in the past that could help us better predict the changes in climate that lie ahead.

 

The most prestigious literary award for English fiction, the Man Booker Prize, has been awarded to Aravind Adiga for his novel, the White Tiger. The Chairman of the judges, Michael Portillo, described the book as being in the tradition of Macbeth with a delicious twist. Aravind Adiga, who is 33, was born in Madras, and White Tiger set in contemporary India, is his debut novel. He paid tribute to those who helped him win the prize and had particular thanks for his home city.

 

All that is good and all that is bad in India comes to Delhi for resolution and I hope that everyone in Delhi, rich and poor, will get together in the next few years to make sure that what is good will win.

 

Scientists in the United States say surfing the Internet can sharpen the brains of older people. A team from the University of California found searching the web stimulates parts of the brain that control decision-making and complex reasoning. They say using the Internet may help combat physiological changes that cause the brain to slow down, and that it uses different mental processes from those needed for reading books.

 

And (读的很轻) that's the latest BBC News.


作者: markus2000    时间: 2008-10-16 23:20

From Washington, here's Rachel Harvey (BBC Washington correspondent).

Richard is a guy as far as I remember.


作者: conanshang    时间: 2008-10-17 12:19     标题: i am the new comer ,it takes me a lot of time to dictate the latest news,sorry!

BBC new with Sue Montgomery, the US administration is coming to terms with another set of bad financial statistics. The annual budget deficit is reached 455 billion dollars, is the highest ever figure and represents more than three percent of the country’s growth domestic product. From Washington, here is Rachel Harvey. There has been no shortage of big numbers being banned bailout but the soaring budget deficit is amongst the most troubling. It’s now reached the all time high. President Bush and the two men who are vying to succeed him have all laid out new plans to boost the ailing economy. Barack Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creation, increasing taxes on the rich while cutting them for the middle class. John McClain wants to cut taxes for everyone particularly pensioners. The bottom line is that all the plans on the table are likely to add to America’s spiraling national debt. Trade in America ended calmly after President Bush announced measures which he said were designed to save the US financial system. Shares in Wall Street closed fractionally down and investors designed to take some profits after the big rises in stocks on Monday. 250 billion dollars of US government money will be spent on buying shares in struggling American banks. The chairman of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke, said the measures would ease the financial crisis. The America can be confident that every resource’s been brought to bear. I am not suggesting the way forward will be easy, but I strongly believe that the application of these tools together with the underlying vitality and resilience of the American economy will help to restore confidence to our financial system and place our economy back on the path to healthy, vigorous growth. A research team in Tanzania says it’s developed new cherry-flavored anti-malaria pill which works just as well as current treatments, and it’s easier for children to swallow. Writing in the medical journal, The Lancet, the team says the tablet is not just as bitter as current drugs, and does not need to be crushed before eating, making it easier for children to stick to the treatment. A man has been executed in the United States, despite his plea that the method was inhumane, because of his obesity. Richard Cooey who is convicted of killing two students in 1986 was executed by lethal injection at prison in Ohio. Warren Bull reports, Lawyers from Richard Cooey brought appeal saying he was so overweight at 120 kilograms that prison staff would have a trouble finding a suitable vein to administer the injection. They’d also say the medication he was taking to his migraines would interfere with the lethal dose and cause him to suffer agonizing death. This, they agued, would amount to cruel and unusual punishment which is unconstitutional in the United States. But the Supreme Court rejected Richard Cooey’s appeal and the allowed the execution to proceed. World news from the BBC, scientists from six countries announced what’s described as one of the most ambitious explorations of the Antarctic ever. They want to discover how a hidden mountain range, just as high, as big as the Alps, was formed. Our environment correspondent Matt McGrath has the details. Locked four kilometers below the ice, these mountains are of the size of the Alps and are believed to be the birthplace of the huge east Antarctic ice sheet. The scientists will use ice-penetrating radar on board two aircrafts to build up a detailed picture of this mountain range. The researchers would also be hunting for ice that’s believed to be one point two million years old. They believe that locked in the ancient samples will be important information about climate change in the past that could help us better predict the changes in climate that lie ahead. The most prestigious literary award for English fiction, the man booker prize has been awarded to Aravind Adiga for his novel The White Tiger. The Chairman of the judges Michael Portillo described this book as being in the tradition of Macbeth with a delicious twist. Aravind Adiga, who was 33, was born in the Madras, and White Tiger set in contemporary India, is his debut novel. He paid tribute to those who helped him to win the prize and has particular thanks for his home city. All that is good and all that is bad in India comes to Delhi for resolution, and I hope that everyone in Delhi, rich and poor will get together in the next few years to make sure that what is good to win. Scientists in the United States say surfing the Internet can sharpen the brains of older people. The team from university of California found searching the webs stimulates parts of the brain that control decision making and complex reasoning. They say using the Internet may help combat physiological changes that cause the brain to slow down, and that it uses different mental processes from those needed for reading books. And that’s the latest BBC news.
作者: olenska    时间: 2008-11-15 15:57     标题: homework

BBC News

   The US administration is coming to terms with another set of financial statistics.The annual budget deficit has reached 455 billion dollars,it's the highest ever figure and represents more than 3% of the country”sgreatest products.From Washiongton. There has been no shortage big numbers being banded out but the soaring budget deficit is among the most troubling.It's now reached all the time .President Bush with two men who invited to succiting the all lad out new plans to boost the economy. But Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creationg,increasing taxes on the rich world cutting the middle class.John McCain wants to cut taxes for everyone,particularly the___ .The bottom line is all the plans on table ,are likely to act to American spiryling national date.Trading in the America and commonly after President Bush announce measures which he said will design to isave the US financial system.Shares in Wall Street closed to down as investors decided to take some profits after the big rises in stocks on Monday.Two hundred and fifty billion dollars of US government money will be spent by shares in struglling American banks.The chairman of Federal Resever ___,siad the measures would ease the financial crisis. “Americans can be confident that every resources is being brought to bear.I am not suggesting the waiting for way would be easy .But I strongly believe that the application of these tools together with the underline ___ and ___ and American economy will help to restore confidence to our financial system and place our economy back on path to the healthy,vigorous growth.”

    A research team in __ says the developed new cherry feared anti-___ which works just as wel current treatments as it is easier for children to swallow.Writting in the medical journal the __ said the team says the new __ is mot ability to the current drugs and not need to be crushed before eating,making it easier for children to take to stick to the treatment. A man has been execused in the United States despite the plea to the method of inhumane because of his obesity.Richad ,who was convicted of killing two students in 1986,was executed by __ injection at a prison in Ohio.Warrionbu reports. Lawers for Riched had brought appeal saying his suffer of weight at 120 kilogrammes that presents stuff to have trouble finding a suitable vein to administer the injection.They do not say that the mediction he was taken to is migrants would not fail that the lissel doth and cause him to suffering an organizing death.This,,they argued,would amount to cruel and unusual punishment which is on constitutional in the United States. But the Supreme Court rejected the appeal and allowed the execution to proceed.World News from BBC

    Scientists from six countries have announced what is described as one of the most ambitious explorations of Antarcti ever.They want to discover how theya hiden mountain rangejust how as big as the __, was formed.Our environment correspondent might ___has the details.Look for below the ice,these mountain \s are asid the owls and believe the birthplace of huger east Antarctic ice sheet.The scientists will use the ice—penetrating radar on board two aircrafts to build the detail pictures of these mountainsrange.The researchers would be also huting for ice that is believed to be 1.2million years old.They believed that locked in the ancient samples will cbe important information about climatechange in the past that could help us better predict the changes in climate that lie ahead. 

     The most prestigious literary award for English fiction in man's book of prize has been awarded to ___for his novel,the White Tiger.The Chairman of the judges,___ ____,describeds the book as being in the tradition of make best with a delicious twist.__ __,who is 33,was born in __,and White Tiger set in contemporary India,is his debut novel.he paid tibute to those who helped him win the prize and particularl thanks for his home city.All that is good and all that is bad in India comes to___for resolution and I hope that everyone in ___,rich and poor,will get together in the next few years to make sure that what is good will win.

    Scientists in the United States say surfing the Internet can sharpen the brains of older people.A team from the University of Califonia found searching the web stimulates parts of the brain that control decision—making and complex reasoning.They say using the Internet may help combat physiological changes that cause the brain to slow down,and that it uses different mental pprocess from those needed for reading bools.And that's the latest BBC News.

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作者: chdlili    时间: 2008-11-15 16:00     标题: EEEEE

[quote]原帖由 ghance 于 2008-10-15 20:15 发表

on ghance

BBC News with Sue Montgomery

 

The US administration is coming to terms with another set of bad financial statistics. The annual budget deficit has reached 455 billion dollars, [which] is the highest ever figure and represents more than 3% of the country's Gross Domestic Product, From Washington, here's Richard Harvey.

 

There’s been no shortage of big numbers being bandied about, but the soaring budget deficit is amongst the most troubling, it's now reached at all-time high. President Bush and two men who‘re vying to succeed him have all laid out new plans to boost the ailing economy. Barack Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creation, increasing taxes on the rich while cutting them for the middle-class; John McCain wants to cut taxes for everyone, particularly pensioners. The bottom line is that all the plans on the table are likely to add to American's spiraling national debt.

 

Trade in America ended calmly after President Bush announced measures which he said were designed to save the US financial system. Shares in Wall Street closed fractionally down, as investors decide to take some profits after the big rises in stocks on Monday. 250 billion dollars of US government money will be spent in buying shares in struggling American banks. The Chairman of the Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke said the measures would ease the financial crisis.

 

“Americans can be confident that every resource is being brought to bear. I am not suggesting that the way forward would be easy, but I strongly believe that the application of these tools together with the underlying vitality and resilience of the American economy will help to restore confidence to our financial system and place our economy back on the path to healthy, vigorous growth. “

 

A research team in Tanzania says it’s developed a new cherry-flavored anti-malaria pill which works just as well as current treatments and is easier for children to swallow. Writing in the medical journal, The Lancet ,the team says the new tablet is not as bitter as current drugs and does not need to be crushed before eating, making it easier for children to stick to the treatment.

 

A man has been executed in the US, despite his plea that the method was inhumane because of his obesity. Richard Cooey who was convicted of killing two students in 1986 was executed by lethal injection at a prison in Ohio. Warren Boo reports.

 

Lawyers for Richard Cooey had brought an appeal saying he was so overweight at 120 kilograms that prison staff would have trouble finding a suitable vein to administer the injection. They’d also said that the medication he was taking to ease migraines would interfere with the lethal dose and cause him to suffer an agonizing death. This, they argued, would amount to cruel and unusual punishment which is unconstitutional in the United States. But the Supreme Court rejected Richard Cooey’s appeal and allowed the execution to proceed.

 

World News from the BBC.

 

Scientists from six countries have announced what's described as one of the most ambitious explorations of the Antarctic ever. They want to discover how a hidden mountain range just as hard and as big as the Alps was formed. Our environment correspondent McMral has the details.

 

Locked four kilometers below the ice, these mountains of  the size of the Alps and are believed to be the birthplace of the huge east Antarctic ice sheet. The scientists will use ice-penetrating radar onboard two aircrafts to build up a detailed picture of this mountain range. The research would also be hunting for ice that’s believed to be 1.2 million years old. They believed that locked in the ancient samples will be important information about / climate change in the past, that could help us better predict the changes in climate that lie ahead.

 

The most prestigious literary award for English fiction the Man Booker Prize has been awarded to Aravind Adiga for his novel, the White Tiger. The Chairman of the judges Michael Portillo described the book as being in the tradition of Macbeth with a delicious twist. Aravind Adiga who is 33 was born in Madras and White Tiger, set in contemporary India, is his debut novel. He paid tribute to those who helped him win the prize and had particular thanks for his home city.

 

All that is good and all that is bad in India comes for Delhi for resolution and I hope that everyone in Delhi, rich and poor, will get together in the next few years to make sure that what is good to win.

 

Scientists in the United States say surfing the internet can sharpen the brains of older people. A team from University of California found searching the webs stimulates parts of the brain that control decision making and complex reasoning, they say using the internet may help combat physiological changes that cause the brain to slow down, and it uses different mental processes from those needed for reading books.

 

 That's the latest BBC News.

 

 


作者: olenska    时间: 2008-11-19 18:14     标题: homework

BBC News The US administration is coming to terms with another set of financial statistics.The annual budget deficit has reached 455 billion dollars,it's the highest ever figure and represents more than 3% of the country”sgreatest products.From Washiongton. There has been no shortage big numbers being banded out but the soaring budget deficit is among the most troubling.It's now reached all the time .President Bush with two men who invited to succiting the all lad out new plans to boost the economy. But Obama is concentrating his ideas on job creationg,increasing taxes on the rich world cutting the middle class.John McCain wants to cut taxes for everyone,particularly the/ .The bottom line is all the plans on table ,are likely to act to American spiryling national date.Trading in the America and commonly after President Bush announce measures which he said will design to isave the US financial system.Shares in Wall Street closed to down as investors decided to take some profits after the big rises in stocks on Monday.Two hundred and fifty billion dollars of US government money will be spent by shares in struglling American banks.The chairman of Federal Resever /,siad the measures would ease the financial crisis. “Americans can be confident that every resources is being brought to bear.I am not suggesting the waiting for way would be easy .But I strongly believe that the application of these tools together with the underline /and / and American economy will help to restore confidence to our financial system and place our economy back on path to the healthy,vigorous growth.” A research team in // says the developed new cherry feared anti-//which works just as wel current treatments as it is easier for children to swallow.Writting in the medical journal the / said the team says the new / is mot ability to the current drugs and not need to be crushed before eating,making it easier for children to take to stick to the treatment. A man has been execused in the United States despite the plea to the method of inhumane because of his obesity.Richad ,who was convicted of killing two students in 1986,was executed by // injection at a prison in Ohio.Warrionbu reports. Lawers for Riched had brought appeal saying his suffer of weight at 120 kilogrammes that presents stuff to have trouble finding a suitable vein to administer the injection.They do not say that the mediction he was taken to is migants would not fail that the lisseldoth and cause him to suffering an organizing death.This,,they argued,would amount to cruel and unusual punishment which is on constitutional in the United States. But the Supreme Court rejected the appeal and allowed the execution to proceed.World News from BBC Scientists from six countries have announced what is described as one of the most ambitious explorations of Antarcti ever.They want to discover how theya hiden mountain rangejust how as big as the /, was formed.Our environment correspondent might /has the details.Look for below the ice,these mountain \s are asid the owls and believe the birthplace of huger east Antarctic ice sheet.The scientists will use the ice—penetrating radar on board two aircrafts to build the detail pictures of these mountainsrange.The researchers would be also huting for ice that is believed to be 1.2million years old.They believed that locked in the ancient samples will cbe important information about climatechange in the past that could help us better predict the changes in climate that lie ahead. The most prestious literary award for English fiction,the Man Booker Prize,has been awarded to // for his novel,the White Tiger.The Chairman of the judges ,//,described the book as being in the tradition of Macbeth with a delicious twist. //,who is 33,was born in //,and White Tiger set in contemporary in India,is his debut novel.he paid tribute to those who helped him win the [rize and had particular thanks for his home city.All that is good and all that is bad in India comes to // for resolution and I hope that everyone in //,rich and poor,will get together in the next few years to make sure that what is good will win. Scientists in the United States say surfing the Internet can sharpen the brains of older people.A teamfrom the University of California found searching the Web stimulates parts of the brain that control decision-making and complex reasoning.They say using the Internet may help combat physiological changes that cause the brain to slow down,and that it uses different mental process from those needed for reading books.And that is the latest BBC News.




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