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上海交通大学医学院附属同仁医院激光点痣多少钱上海东方医院切眼袋多少钱Scott was sound asleep when the phone rang."Are you awake?" Jolene shouted. Scott mumbled something. How could he still be asleep, she asked. It was almost noon. He told her that he hadn't gone to sleep until 6 a.m. Jolene told him to get up, and come pick her up. They had to go to the store to return the birthday gift he had given her.It was a tangerine plant. The leaves were curling up. It was going to die, she said. "Curling leaves means the plant is going to die?" Scott asked. Of course, she told him."Look, honey," he asked, "let me go back to sleep for one hour, okay? Then I'll come pick you up." Jolene wondered why he needed one hour. Was he expecting a phone call from his ex-girlfriend? No, he patiently tried to explain, he just wanted to get another hour of sleep.But he could not sleep anymore. Once Jolene mentioned anything about Amy, he'd better get over there quickly. Scott broke up with Amy five years ago. Now they were just friends. But, Amy still loved him. That wasn't a problem for Scott, until Jolene found out about it. If Amy still loved Scott, Jolene figured that they just might get back together.She can recognize a dying plant but not a dead love affair, Scott grumbled as he rolled out of bed. Article/201104/130977上海胎记医院排行榜 Arthur Ashe: Tennis Champion and Civil Rights ActivistWritten by Vivian Chakarian (MUSIC)VOICE ONE: I’m Barbara Klein. VOICE TWO: Arthur Ashe And I’m Steve Ember with People in America, in VOA Special English. Today we tell about the life of tennis champion Arthur Ashe. He was an athlete and a social activist who died before he was fifty. He was honored for his bravery and honesty as well as his strong support of just causes.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:In nineteen seventy-five, Arthur Ashe played against Ilie Nastase in the Masters tennis games in Stockholm, Sweden. Nastase was out of control. He delayed the game. He called Ashe bad names. Finally, Arthur Ashe put down his tennis racket and walked off the tennis court. He said, "I've had enough. I'm at the point where I'm afraid I'll lose control. " The officials were shocked; Ashe was winning the game. One official told him he would lose if he walked out of the game. Ashe said, "I don't care. I'd rather lose that than my self-respect. " The next day, the Masters committee met. They knew that if they gave the game to Nastase, they would be supporting his kind of actions. They felt it was how you played the game that really counted. So, the officials decided it was Nastase who must lose the game. (MUSIC)VOICE TWO:Arthur Ashe was born in nineteen forty-three in the southern city of Richmond, Virginia. His parents were Mattie Cunningham Ashe and Arthur Ashe, Senior. In those days, black people and white people lived separately in the South. By law, African-Americans could not attend the same schools or the same churches as white people. Arthur learned to live with racial separation. He attended an all-black school. He played in the areas kept separate for blacks. And when he traveled to his grandmother's house, he sat in the back of the bus behind a white line. Only white people could sit in the front part of the bus. Tennis was a sport traditionally played by white people. Arthur's experience was different from most other tennis players. He grew up under poorer conditions. His father worked several jobs at the same time. And his mother died when he was six. VOICE ONE:Mister Ashe taught his son the importance of leading an honorable life. He said a person does not get anywhere in life by making enemies. He explained that a person gains by helping others. Arthur Ashe, Senior taught his son the importance of his friends, his family and his history. He said that without his good name, he would be nothing. By example, Arthur's father taught the importance of hard work. His job was to drive people where they wanted to go. And he did other kinds of jobs for several wealthy families. VOICE TWO:When Arthur was four, his father was given responsibility for a public play area called Brook Field. It was the largest play area for black people in the city of Richmond. Mister Ashe continued to work at his other jobs as well. The family moved into a five-room house in the middle of the park. Arthur could use the swimming pool, basketball courts, baseball fields and tennis courts in the park. He liked sports. He was not very big, but he was fast. Arthur began playing tennis when he was seven years old. He was very small. The racket he used to hit the tennis ball seemed bigger than he was. But by the time he was thirteen years old, he was winning against players two times his size and age. Arthur had great energy and sense of purpose. He would hit five hundred tennis balls each summer day early in the morning. He would stop to eat his morning meal. Then he would hit five hundred more tennis balls. VOICE ONE:When Arthur was ten years old, he met Robert Walter Johnson. Doctor Johnson established a tennis camp for black children who were not permitted to play on tennis courts for whites. Doctor Johnson helped Arthur learn to be calm while playing tennis. He taught him to use restraint. He said that anger at an opponent was a waste of energy. By nineteen sixty, Arthur had won the National Junior Indoor Championship. And, the University of California at Los Angeles offered him a college education if he played for the UCLA tennis team. In nineteen sixty-five, Arthur Ashe led the team to the National Collegiate Athletic Association championship. He completed his education the next year with a degree in business administration. Article/200803/29562It was a cold night,so I could not sit down to rest.In stead,I walked up and down on the beach,trying to keep warm.There was no sound except the crash of the waves.I felt very lonely and afraid.晚上很冷,所以我不能坐下来休息。反之,我在沙滩上走来走去,以试着保暖。除了波涛声外,再也没有别的声音了。我感到非常孤独,也很害怕。In the morning I climbed a hill,and looked out over the sea,but there was nothing at all on the water.And around me on the island,I could not see any houses or people.I did not like to think what had happened to my friend Alan and the others,and I did not want to look at this emptiness any longer.So I climbed down again,and walked eastwards.I was hoping to find a house,where I could dry my clothes,and get something to eat.早晨,我爬上一座小山,远望大海,但水上什么也没看见。而在岛上,我的四周也没有房屋或者人们。我不愿多想我的朋友艾伦和别人出了什么事,而且我也不想再看这片荒野了。于是我又爬下来,朝东走去。我希望自己能找到一座房子,能在那儿弄干衣并找点东西吃。I soon discovered that nobody lived on Earraid.It was too far to swim to Mull,which could see across the water.I thought perhaps I could wade across,but when I tried it,the water was too deep,and I had to turn back.By now it had started to rain,and I felt very miserable.我很快就发现没有人居住在伊锐德。要游到马尔去太远了,隔着水我能看到那儿。我琢磨着等退潮时也许能蹚过去,但我试时水太深了,我不得不退回来。这时开始下起雨来,我感到非常难受。Then I remembered the piece of wood,which had aly saved my life once.It would help me to get across the sea to Mull!So I walked all the way back to the beach where I had arrived.The piece of wood was in the sea,so I waded into the water to get it.But as I came closer,it moved away from me.And when the water was too deep for me to stand,the piece of wood was still several metres away.I had to leave it,and went back to the beach.It was a terrible moment for me.I was feeling very tired,hungry and thirsty,with no hope of getting away from this lonely island.For the first time since leaving Essendean,I lay down and cried.接着我想起了那块木板,曾救过我性命的那块。它将能帮着我渡过大海到达马尔!于是我返回到我到达时的那片海滩。那块木头在海里,于是我蹚水去取它。可是,我一靠近些时,木头就从我身边漂走了。水深得我都站不住时,那片木头离我还有几米远。我不得不随它去,回到岸上。这对我来说是很难受的一刻。我感到非常累,又饥又渴,觉得没有希望从这个孤岛上逃身。离开埃森丁后我第一次躺下来哭了起来。I do not want to remember the time that I spent on Earraid.I had nothing with me except my uncle#39;s gold and Alan#39;s silver button,and as I had never lived near the sea,I did not know what to eat or how to fish.In fact,I found some shellfish among the rocks on the coast,and ate them,but I was very sick afterwards.That was the only food that I could find,so I was always hungry on Earraid.All day and all night it rained heavily,but there was no roof or tree on the island,and my clothes were cold and wet on my body.我不想再记起我在伊锐德岛的日子。除了我叔叔的金子和艾伦的银扣子,我一无所有;而且因为以前我从来没有在海边生活过,我不知道该吃什么或怎样。事实上,在海岸的礁石中间我找到了一些贝,吃了,但过后我感到非常恶心。那是我所能找到的唯一食品,因此在伊锐德岛我总是处于饥饿状态。整天整夜雨都下得很大,但岛上没有树,也没有屋檐,我的衣裹着身体,又冷又潮。I chose to spend most of my time in the north of Earraid,on a little hill.From here I could see the old church on the island of Iona,not far away to the west,and smoke from people#39;s houses on Mull,to the east.I used to watch this smoke,and think of the people there,and their comfortable lives.This gave me a little hope,in my lonely life among the rocks and the rain and the cold sea.经选择我把我的大部分时间花在伊锐德岛北部的一座小山上。从这儿我能看见西边不远处爱欧娜岛上古老的教堂和东边马尔岛上的住户的房中冒出的炊烟。我望着炊烟,想像着生活在那里的人们和他们舒适的生活。这给我在凄风冷海中、在礁石之间过着的孤独的生活带来一丝希望。 Article/201203/175282虹口区妇幼保健医院去眼袋多少钱

上海玫瑰医院去除络腮胡I stood there in the dark shadowy forest that surrounded the old run down school. It was a tall, red brick building with windows boarded up on every side of the building. There was a big wooden sign with blue letters that said the name of the school when it was built in 1908, but it was only open a few years. It closed down in 1913. Nobody really knows why it was there for only a short time. There was only one man alive that went to that school, but he has not talked since. He is in the hospital, suffering from cancer. I have always wanted to see him, but there's really no point if he can't talk.上海曙光医院西院玻尿酸隆鼻多少钱 When Nasreddin was a boy, he never did what he was told, so his father always told him to do the opposite of what he wanted him to do.One day, when the two were bringing sacks of flour home on their donkeys, they had to cross a shallow river. When they were in the middle of it, one of the sacks on Nasreddin's donkey began to slip, so his father said, "That sack is nearly in the water! Press down hard on it!" His father of course expected that he would do the opposite, but this time Nasreddin did what his father had told him to do. He pressed down on the sack and it went under water. Of course, the flour was lost. "What have you done, Nasreddin," his father shouted angrily. "Well, father," said Nasreddin. "This time I thought that I would do just what you told me to show you how stupid your orders always are."当纳斯雷金还是个孩子时,从来不按照别人所说的去做。所以他爸爸想要他去做某事时,常叫他做相反的事。 一天,父子俩用毛驴驮着几袋面粉往家走,路上必须经过一条不深的小河。父子俩走到河中心时,纳斯雷金牵的那头毛驴上有一袋面粉开始往下滑了。他爸爸说:“那个袋子快掉进水里了,使劲往下按!”他爸爸当然是希望他象以往一样,干和他所说的相反的事。可这次纳斯雷金却按照他爸爸所说的去做了。他使劲一按,袋子沉进水里了。当然,这袋面也没有了。 他爸爸愤怒地喊道:“你干的什么事!” 纳斯雷金说:“嗯,爸爸,这次我想按你所要求的去做,好明你以往的命令是多么的愚蠢。” Article/200805/38412上海市曙光医院做双眼皮开眼角手术多少钱

上海绣眉哪里好 1 The Maiden 1 处 女 One evening at the end of May a middle-aged man was walking home from Shaston to the village of Marlott in the Vale of Blackmoor.5月末的一天傍晚,有个中年汉子正从夏斯顿回家到黑荒野山谷的马勒特村去。His legs were thin and weak,and he could not walk in a straight line.他双腿瘦弱,一路东倒西歪。He had an empty egg-basket on his arm, and his hat was old and worn.他手挽一个盛鸡蛋用的空篮子,帽子又旧又破。After a while he passed an elderly parson riding a grey horse.走了一会儿,他遇见了一位骑匹灰马的老牧师。lsquo;Good night,rsquo;said the man with the basket.;晚安。;挽着篮子的人说。lsquo;Good night,Sir John,rsquo;said the parson.;晚安,约翰爵士,;牧师说道。After another step or two the man stopped and turned round to speak to the parson.刚走出一两步,这人停了下来,转过身对牧师说:lsquo;Now,sir,last market-day we met on this road at the same time,and I said ;Good night;and you answered;Good night,Sir John,;as you did just now.rsquo;;嗯,先生,上次赶集那天,大约也是这个时候,我们在这条路上碰到过的。当时我向您道声lsquo;晚安rsquo;,您也和刚才一样回答说lsquo;晚安,约翰爵士rsquo;。;lsquo;I did,rsquo;said the parson.;我是那么说的,;牧师说道。lsquo;And once before that,almost a month ago.rsquo;;而且更早以前还曾有过一回;;将近一个月以前吧。;lsquo;I may have.rsquo;;我也许是说过的。;lsquo;So why do you call me Sir John,when I am only John Durbeyfield?rsquo;;那么您为什么要称呼我lsquo;约翰爵士rsquo;呢?我只不过是约翰;德北呀。;The parson rode nearer,and after a moment#39;s hesitation,explained:lsquo;It was because I#39;ve discovered something of historical interest.牧师拍马走近,略一犹豫,便解释道:;那是因为最近我发现了一些史实。I am Parson Tringham,the historian.我是特林厄姆牧师,历史学家。Do you really not know,Durbeyfield,that you are a direct descendant of the ancient and noble family of the drsquo;Urbervilles?德北呀,难道你真的不知道自己是那古老而高贵的德伯家族的一直系后裔吗?They descended from Sir Pagan drsquo;Urberville,who came from Normandy with William the Conqueror in 1066.rsquo;这个家族起始于培根;德伯爵士,他是在1066年随同征者威廉国王从诺曼底来到英格兰的。;lsquo;Never heard that before,sir!rsquo;;这事我以前可从没听说过,先生!;lsquo;Well,it#39;s true.Let me see your face.;哟,这可是千真万确的。让我看看你的脸。Yes, you have the drsquo;Urberville nose and chin.没错,你有德伯家的鼻子和下巴。Drsquo;Urbervilles have owned land and served their King for hundreds of years.德伯家族拥有大片土地,而且数百年来效忠于国王。There have been many Sir Johns,and you could have been Sir John yourself.rsquo;哦,对啦,你们家族中有过好多个约翰爵士呐,而你自己就可能是一个。;lsquo;Well!rsquo;exclaimed the man.lsquo;And how long has this news about me been known,Parson Tringham?rsquo;;哦!;这人惊呼道,;特林厄姆先生,有关我的事情,被发现有多久了?;lsquo;Nobody knows about it at all,rsquo;said the parson.;根本没有人知道,;牧师说,lsquo;I just happened to discover it last spring,when I was trying to find out more about the drsquo;Urbervilles and noticed your name in the village.rsquo;;我是去年春天碰巧发现的,那时我正在努力发掘有关德伯家族的更多情况,于是在村子里注意到了你的姓氏。;lsquo;I#39;ve got an old silver spoon,and an old seal too at home,rsquo;said the man,wondering.lsquo;So where do we d;Urbervilles live now,Parson?rsquo;;我家里倒是有一把银匙和一枚旧印。;这人思忖道,;那么你说,我们德伯家族的人现在住在哪儿呢?;lsquo;You don#39;t live anywhere.You have died,as a noble family.rsquo;;你们家族的人哪儿都没有了。你们这个豪门望族,算是已经完结了。;lsquo;That#39;s bad.So where do we lie?rsquo;;真可悲呀。那么,我们家族埋在哪儿?;lsquo;In the churchyard at Kingsbere-sub-Greenhill.rsquo;;绿山底王陴那儿的教堂墓地。;lsquo;And where are our family lands?rsquo;;我们家族的田地又在哪儿呢?;lsquo;You haven#39;t any.rsquo;;你们什么也没有了。;John Durbeyfield paused.lsquo;And what should I do about it,sir?rsquo;过了一会儿,约翰;德北又问:;那这事我该怎么办呢,先生?;lsquo;Oh,nothing.It#39;s a fact of historical interest,nothing more.Good night.rsquo;;唉,毫无办法。这只是有关历史的一桩事实,别无他意。告辞了。;lsquo;But you#39;ll come and have some beer with me,Parson Tringham?rsquo;;特林厄姆牧师,您愿意来同我一起喝杯啤酒吗?;lsquo;No,thank you,not this evening,Durbeyfield.You#39;ve had enough aly.rsquo;;不,谢谢你啦,今晚不喝了,德北。你已经喝得够多了。;The parson rode away,half regretting that he had told Durbeyfield of his discovery.牧师拍马离去,有些后悔对德北说了他的发现。Durbeyfield walked on a few steps in a dream,then sat down with his basket.德北走了几步,做梦一般。随后,他就挎着篮子坐了下来。In a few minutes a boy appeared.Durbeyfield called to him.过了几分钟,来了一个男孩,德北朝他喊道:lsquo;Boy!Take this basket!;小家伙,拎着我的篮子!I want you to go and do something for me.rsquo;我想要你替我办点事儿。;The boy frowned.lsquo;Who are you,John Durbeyfield,to order me about and call me;boy;?男孩皱起眉头:;你是谁哟,约翰;德北,对我这么吆三喝四的,还叫我lsquo;小家伙rsquo;?You know my name as well as I know yours!rsquo;咱们俩谁还不知道谁叫什么呀!;lsquo;Do you,do you?;你知道?你知道我的名字?That#39;s the secret!这可是秘密。Well,Fred,I don#39;t mind telling you that the secret is that I#39;m one of a noble family.rsquo;嗯,弗雷德,我不妨告诉你吧。这个秘密就是我是贵族人家的一员。;And Durbeyfield lay back comfortably on the grass.德北美滋滋地在草地上躺下来。lsquo;Sir John drsquo;Urberville,that#39;s who I am.;约翰;德伯爵士;;那便是我,And I#39;ve got the family seal to prove it!rsquo;我有家族的印章可以明!;lsquo;Oh?rsquo;;哦?;lsquo;Now take up the basket,and tell them in the village to send a horse and carriage to me immediately.;现在,你拎上篮子,告诉村里的人立即给我派一辆单马马车来。Here#39;s a shilling for you.rsquo;这是给你的一先令。;This made a difference to the boy#39;s view of the situation.有了这钱,小伙子对这事儿的想法就不同了。lsquo;Yes,Sir John.Thank you,Sir John.rsquo;;遵命,约翰爵士。谢谢您啦,约翰爵士。;As they spoke,sounds of music came through the evening air from the village.他们正说着话,一阵音乐声穿过夜空从村头传来。lsquo;What#39;s that?rsquo;said Durbeyfield.lsquo;Have they heard my news aly?rsquo;;怎么回事?;德北说,;他们已经得知我的新闻了吗?;lsquo;It#39;s the women dancing,Sir John.rsquo;;那是妇女舞会,约翰爵士。;The boy went on his way and Durbeyfield lay waiting in the evening sun.男孩上路走了,德北躺在夕阳下等着。Nobody passed by for a long time,and he could just hear the faint music in the distance.好长一段时间,没有人路过那儿,他只听到那悠远的音乐。The village of Marlott lies in the beautiful Vale of Blackmoor.马勒特村位于美丽的黑荒野山谷。Although this valley is only four hours away from London,it has not yet been discovered by tourists and artists.虽然山谷距伦敦只有四小时的路程,却尚未被游客和艺术家们发现。The best view of the vale is from the hills surrounding it;it looks like a map sp out.眺望山谷的最好视角是在环绕的山峦上;从那儿看过去,它宛如一幅平展的地图。It is a quiet,sheltered part of the countryside,where the fields are always green and the rivers never dry up.这是一片峦嶂掩蔽的宁静乡村,田地总是郁郁葱葱的,溪流从不干涸。To the south lies the great dividing line of hills.往南是耸立的山脉。From here to the coast the hills are open,the sun pours down on the huge dry fields,the atmosphere is colourless.由此往海岸去,山峦平缓开阔,阳光倾射在大片干涸的土地上,空气了无色。But here in the valley lies a completely different countryside,smaller and more delicate.但在这里的山谷间,却是一派迥异的乡村景致,更小更精巧。The fields are tiny,the air makes you sleepy,the sky is of the deepest blue.田地不大,空气催人入梦,天空是最深最深的湛蓝。Everywhere you can see a rich greenery of grass and trees,covering smaller hills and valleys.处处可见那树木草地的欲滴翠绿,覆盖了满山遍谷。This is the Vale of Blackmoor.这就是黑荒野山谷。And in the village of Marlott,following ancient custom,the young women gathered to dance every holiday.在马勒特村,遵从古老的习俗,每到假日,年轻妇女们都聚在一起跳舞。For this May- Day dance,all wore white dresses.为这一次五月节,妇女们都身穿白衣裳。There was a fine,handsome girl among them,with a red ribbon in her hair.其中有一位纤秀好看的姑娘,头戴红色的发带。As they danced,they noticed a carriage go by.就在她们跳着舞时,她们看到一辆马车驰过。Durbeyfield lay back in it,singing,lsquo;I#39;m;Sir;John;and;I#39;ve;got;a;spoon;and;seal;and;my;family;lies;at;Kingsbere!rsquo;德北正仰身坐靠其中,唱道:;我是约翰爵士,我有银匙和印章,我的家庭埋在王陴那里。;The girl with the ribbon,who was called Tess,turned red and said quickly to her friends,lsquo;Father#39;s tired,that#39;s all.rsquo;那个头戴红发带、名叫苔丝的姑娘脸都涨红了,赶忙对伙伴们说:;父亲累了,就这么回事。;The other girls just laughed but stopped when Tess looked unhappy.其他的姑娘全都大笑起来,但当她们察觉到苔丝的不悦时便停住了。The dancing went on.舞会仍在继续进行着。In the evening the men of the village came to watch and later to join the dancers.傍晚,村里的男人们赶来观看,并跟着跳了起来。Three young strangers,who were passing by,also stopped to look.还有三个路过的陌生人也停下来看了一会儿。They explained they were brothers on a walking tour.他们解释说,他们兄弟三人正在远足旅行的途中。The older two continued their walk,but the youngest seemed more interested in the girls than his brothers were,and stayed to dance with several of them.后来两个哥哥继续赶路了,而老三似乎比哥哥们对姑娘更感兴趣。他待了会儿,并和几个姑娘跳了舞。As he left the dance, he noticed Tess, who seemed a little sad that he had not chosen her.就在他离开舞会时,他注意到了苔丝。她看起来有点儿伤心,因为他没有邀她跳舞。He looked back from the road, and could still see her in her white dress, standing modestly apart from the dancers.当他在路上回头张望时,仍能见到穿着一身白色衣裙的她,优雅端庄地站在一群跳舞者的旁边。He wished he had danced with her.他真希望自己当初请她跳了舞,He wished he had asked her name.还想问问她的芳名,But it was too late.但现在已经来不及了。He hurried on to join his brothers.他要尽快赶上他的哥哥们。The young stranger had made an impression on Tess.陌生的年轻人给苔丝留下了印象,But soon, worried by her father#39;s strange appearance that afternoon,she decided to walk home.但很快苔丝想起了父亲下午古怪的模样,有些担心。于是她决定走回家去。After the excitement of the dance, her parents#39;small cottage was a depressing sight.她刚刚走出舞会,有些兴奋,她们家的小屋便显得有些抑郁。It was dark inside, as they had only one candle.因为只有一根蜡烛,屋子里很昏暗。The furniture was old and worn.家具都是又旧又破的,There were six children crowded into the tiny space.还有六个孩子挤在这么一个小地方。Their mother was doing the washing at the same time as putting the baby to sleep.苔丝的母亲一边在哄小宝宝入睡,一边洗着衣。Looking after so many children had aged Joan Durbeyfield, but she still showed some of her early prettiness,which Tess had inherited.一个人要照料这么多孩子,这加速了琼;德北的衰老,但从她身上仍不难看出几分年轻时的姿色。苔丝承袭了母亲的美貌。lsquo;Let me help with the washing, mother,rsquo;said Tess gently.;让我帮你洗吧,妈,;苔丝温柔地说。lsquo;Oh Tess,I#39;m glad you#39;ve come,rsquo;said her mother.lsquo;There#39;s something I must tell you.rsquo;;哟,苔丝,你回来了我真高兴,;她母亲说,;我正有事儿要跟你说呢。;lsquo;Is it anything to do with father making such a fool of himself this afternoon?rsquo;asked Tess,frowning.;是关于爸爸下午出丑的事儿吗?;苔丝皱着眉头问道。lsquo;That#39;s all part of the excitement!;就是那件让人激动的事儿!They#39;ve discovered we#39;re the oldest family in the whole county,going back a long way!有人发现我们是整个郡里最古老的家族。有好长的历史哩!And our real name is drsquo;Urberville!我们的真实姓氏是德伯!Doesn#39;t that make you proud!这不让你觉得骄傲吗?That#39;s why your father rode home in the carriage,not because he#39;d been drinking, as people thought.rsquo;你爸爸就是因为这个才乘着马车回家的,可不像人家想的那样,是因为喝醉了酒。;lsquo;I#39;m glad of that.Will it do us any good, mother?rsquo;;我很高兴有这么回事儿。这对我们有什么好处吗,妈?;lsquo;Oh yes!Great things may come of it.No doubt our noble relations will be arriving in their carriages as soon as they find out.rsquo;;哦,当然!没准儿能由此产生一些大好事儿呢!毫无疑问,我们那些高贵的亲戚一旦得知此事,就会乘坐马车来看望我们的。;lsquo;Where is father now?rsquo;asked Tess suddenly.;现在爸爸在哪儿?;苔丝突然问道。Her mother did not answer directly.lsquo;He saw the doctor today, you know.It#39;s fat round the heart,he says.母亲没有直接回答:;你知道他今天去看医生了。说病因是心脏周围堆了脂肪。That#39;s the cause of his illness. He might last ten years; might last ten months or days.rsquo;也许他能再活十年;;再活十个月或者十天。;Tess looked anxious.Her father, suddenly a great man, to die so soon!苔丝愁容满面。她的父亲,一个突然间变得如此伟大的人物,会这么快就死去!lsquo;But where is father?rsquo;she asked firmly.;但爸爸在哪儿啊?;她加重语气问道。lsquo;Now don#39;t you get angry!rsquo;said Mrs Durbeyfield.lsquo;The poor man was feeling so weak after the news that he went to Rolliver#39;s.;嗯,你可别生气,;德北夫人说,;这可怜的人儿在听说了那则特大消息后,就浑身酥软啦,他只好去了罗里弗酒店。He needs to build up his strength to deliver the beehives tomorrow,remember.rsquo;他需要积蓄点儿力气,要知道,明早他还得赶运那些蜂箱呢。;lsquo;Oh my God!rsquo;cried Tess.lsquo;He went to a public house!And you agreed to it, mother!rsquo;;哦,天哪!;苔丝叫了起来,;他上酒店了!而你却同意了,妈!;lsquo;No,I didn#39;t,rsquo;said Mrs Durbeyfield crossly.;不,我没有同意。;德北夫人生气地说。lsquo;I#39;ve been waiting for you to look after the children while I fetch him.rsquo;;我一直在等着你回来照看孩子们,这样我就可以去接他了。;Tess knew that her mother greatly looked forwad to these trips to Rolliver#39;s.苔丝知道母亲非常希望到罗里弗酒店去。There she could sit by her husband#39;s side among the beer-drinkers,and forget that the children existed.在那儿,她可以挨着丈夫坐在一群喝啤酒的人当中,忘掉孩子们的存在。It was one of the few bright moments in her hardworking life.这是她繁重的生活中难得的一小段幸福时光。Mrs Durbeyfield went out,and Tess was left with the children.德北夫人出去了,苔丝留下来与弟弟们在一起。They were very young,and totally dependent on the Durbeyfield couple:six helpless creatures who had not asked to be born at all,much less to be part of theirresponsibleDurbeyfield family.他们都还这么小,还全得依靠德北夫妇:六个无助的小生命,他们自己并没有要求降临到这个世界上,更没有想要成为不能尽责的德北家庭中的成员。 Article/201203/173078上海整形美容上海交通大学医学院附属上海儿童医学中心做去眼袋手术多少钱



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