Fortunately for Kubitz, his doctors examined him with a state-of-the-art diagnostic tool that indicated the severity of his stroke and showed precisely where the flow of blood to his brain was interrupted. With that information, they determined it was safe to go ahead and give him tPA (tissue plasminogen activator), the same clot-busting drug used to stop heart attacks. Less than two hours later, Kubitz was almost back to normal.
   "It"s a miracle," says Kubitz, whose only physical reminder of the stroke is stiffness on his right side.
   His case is just one example of how medical innovations are giving doctors powerful new ways to combat serious disease. Here"s a look at some promising advances in the treatment of stroke, heart disease and cancer. A number of these marvels are available right now, and others may be just around the corner.
  
   STROKE
   Super Scan. To gauge the severity of Kubitz"s condition, his doctors peered into his brain with a xenon CT scan, a technique that dramatically improved physician"s ability to see the effects of stroke—the third leading cause of death in the United States and a major cause of disability. Xenon computed tomography not only takes a picture of the brain, as does a traditional CT scan, but also allows doctors to measure exactly how much blood is flowing to different parts of the brain.
   How it works: A patient inhales harmless noadioactive xenon gas, which is tracked by a scanner as it enters the brain. It takes only minutes for the gas to saturate the brain tissue, showing the stroke"s exact location and how much blood is reaching key areas.
   The clot-buster tPA, if given within three hours of a "brain attack," can work wonders in people whose stroke was caused by blood clots (as much as 80 percent of all strokes). But one major side effect of tPA is brain hemorrhage, which can be fatal. With the precise information revealed in a xenon CT scan, doctors can more accurately determine which patients are at increased risk of hemorrhage, and who can safely be given the drug.
   Is it available? About 30 major medical centers in the United States have xenon CT scan technolocgy. Dr. Howard Yonas, the University of Pittsburgh neurosurgeon who was instrumental in developing the technique, estimates that within a few years, one in four hospitals may be using the xenon CT scan in their emergency room,
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  As a city, Rome developed slowly. For many, many years,villages dotted1 the tops of the hills along the Tiber River,and not much effort was made among the people who lived on them to communicate for business or religious purposes.When the Etruscans (伊特鲁里亚人 ) seized these villages, the area was transformed2 into an urban unit.The Etruscans built a great temple to Jupiter(朱庇特) on the Capitoline Hill and drained the forum area. The Circus Maximus (大竞技场), which was located in the valley between the Palatine and Aventine hills,became the city"s major sporting arena.Construction continued even after the fall of the monarchy(君主制) in 510 B.C. Temples were built everywhere,but especially in the forum and on the Aventine, Capitoline and Quirinal hills. Alongside the river,vegetables and cattle were sold in markets that eventually developed into neighborhoods with their own identity and temples.To support the increasing commercial activity, warehouses3 and dock- yards(船厂) were built along the river. Everywhere, the large homes of the rich and apartments for the poor housed a growing popula-tion.
  Then came the Gallic (高卢人)sack of Rome in 390 B.C.While it clearly proved that the city was not invincible4, it also had a drastic (彻底的)effect on building choices. For security reasons, public officials had masons(石匠) construct stone walls around the city. Includedwithinwerethesevenhills——Aventine, Caelian, Capitoline, Esquiline, Palatine, Quirinal, and Viminal.Excluded were public areas such as the Campus Martius(战神广场) that lay along the Tiber River, and the Janiculum Hill on the other side of the river.
  Because the possibilities for construction within the city proper were limited, future development would have to occur outside. During the Republic(共和政体), the area known as the Campus Martius became a major building site.To help communication across the Tiber River, bridges were constructed. Enormous aqueducts5 helped meet the city"s growing need for water. Victory in war resulted in new temples,new game facilities, theater-type structures to host productions, and muse- ums. Many of these were built along the traditional pa-rade route6 for religious festivals and for triumphs. The route went from the Campus Martius around the Pala-tine Hill to the Capitoline Hill.
  Republican Rome was, by the time of Julius Cae-sar, a collage7 of old and new building——a riverside city that had the look of prosperity8 and the potential for fu-ture grandeur(辉煌).
  
  作wei一座城市,罗马发展缓慢,zai很长时间内,沿着台伯河的shan丘上零星分布着一些村zhuang;各个村子里的居民很少往来;彼此之间也不做生意或从事宗教活动。伊特鲁里亚人夺取了这些村庄之后,这个地区才形成一个统一的城区。伊特鲁里亚人在卡皮托利尼山上给朱庇特(古罗马的保护神)建了一座大庙,并把广场地区的水排干。在帕拉蒂尼和阿文蒂尼山谷之间的大竞技场成了城市的主要运动场所。公元前510年,王权崩溃之后,建设仍然持续。人们到处建神庙,特别shi在广场地区、在阿文蒂尼山、卡皮托利尼山和奎里钠尔山等处。沿着台伯河,人们在各个市场上销售蔬菜和牲畜。这些市场后来发展成各有特色并拥有自己庙宇群的居民区。为了支持日益发展的商业活动,人们开始沿河建造仓库和船厂。随着人口的增加,各处都出现了富人的大宅院和穷人的共住房屋。
  公元前390年,发生了高卢人对罗马的洗劫。这个事件清楚表明,罗马城不是不可征服的,同时也对罗马的建筑风格产生了重大影响。出于安全的原因,官员们命令工匠在城市周边建造石头城墙。七座山丘——阿文蒂尼、卡埃利安、卡皮托利尼、埃斯奎利尼、帕拉蒂尼、奎里纳尔和维米纳尔都围在里面。er一些公共地区,例如台伯河边的战神广场还有河对岸的詹尼库林山,则没有围在城墙之内。
  由于城内建设空间有限,城市将来的发展必定在城外。共和时期,战神广场地区成为主要的建筑工地。为了方便过台伯河,人们建了一些桥梁。还修建大水渠以满足城市用水。打胜仗便建新的神庙、新的竞技场所、演出用剧场建筑和博物馆。许多这类建筑都是沿着传统的宗教庆典和庆祝胜利的游行路线建造的。这条路线从帕拉蒂尼山附近的战神广场一直延伸到卡皮托利尼山。
  到尤利乌斯·凯撒时期,共和罗马是新老建筑的大集合,是一个沿河兴建的繁荣城市,也是一个有着辉煌未来的城市。
  
  注释:
  1.dot vt.星罗棋布,点缀 2.transformvi 改观,改变
  3.warehouse n.仓库4.invincible adj.不可战胜的,不能征服的。
  5.aqueduct n.沟渠6.routen.路线
  7.collagen.大杂烩 8.prosperity n.兴旺,繁荣


  I used to hunt and have killed quite a few deer. There was great excitement in waiting and shooting.There was beauty1 in the woods, too, especially late in the fall2. I went hunting in winter as well3.
   One cold morning in winter, I went alone to a hillside4. I carfled my gun, a thermos5 flask6 of hot coffee, and three thick sandwiches7.
   I found a natural hiding-place, cleared the snow and settled down8. It was pretty cold, but I had warm clothing on. I sat there waiting for about an hour. Nothing showed. I ate two sandwiches and drank a little coffee. The place was really quiet.
   Suddenly, A big beautiful buck9 appeared less than 20 feet away from me. There was no cover near to him. Surely I couldn"t miss.
  The fact that I couldn"t miss made me wait for him to realize I was there, I waited for him to run with a start10.
  To my surprise, he came toward me! He was curious11, I suppose, or maybe he was stupid. For this was no youngster12, but a fully grown-up one. He must have known about men and their guns. But this buck came closer, and I still waited. He kept putting one foot before the other. His big eyes never moved from my face. His wonderful head with a set of antlers13 was clearly in sight14.
   I was getting a bit nervous15 now. A big buck can do a lot of damage16. Well, he walked right up to where I was sitting. Then he stopped and looked at me!
   What happened next is hard to believe. But it all seemed quite natural. I reached up17 and scratched18 his head right between the antlers. And he liked it. That big, wild, beautiful buck bent19 his head. He practically20 asked for more!
  I scratched and stroked21 his head and body. His nose touched my shoulder. I fed him my last sandwich.
  Well, he finally went his way, down the hill. Shoot him? Not me. You wouldn"t have either, not after that. I just watched him go—— a strong buck carrying a proud head.
  I picked up my thermos flask and gun, and started walking back. Suddenly, I heard the shots —— two of them. If you"ve hunted much you know two shots, one after the other, which mean a kill. I had forgotten that there were other hunters around.
  You will understand why I gave up hunting from that day on.
  
  过去我常去打猎,射杀过不少的鹿。在静候和射击过程中,既紧张you兴奋,况且林中的景色也很美丽诱人,尤其是在晚秋时节更是如此。当然我也在冬天去行猎。
  一个严寒的早晨,我背上枪,带上一暖瓶的热咖啡和san个大三明治,独自一人lai到一座山坡。
  寻到一个天然的隐身处,把积雪扫了扫,便安顿下来。当时天气很冷,幸亏我身上穿得暖和,我坐在那里大约等了一个小时,什么野兽也没出现。我吃了两个三明治,喝了点咖啡,此处真安静。
  突然,在距我不满二十尺的地方,出现一只又大又好看的雄鹿,它身边没有遮掩,我当然能百发百中。
  我百发百中的把握倒叫我静候它来把我发觉,以便看到它惊恐疾奔的样子。
  出我预料,它反而朝我走来!我想它是出于好qi,不然就是愚蠢到家。因为它不是只幼鹿,而是一头成nian大鹿,它必然明白人是怎么回事,枪是怎么回事。但是它越走越近,我还是继续观望,它也还是一步一步向前挪。它的大眼睛目不转睛地看着我的面部。那个长有多杈鹿角的奇妙的鹿头被我看得一清二楚。
  这时我心里有些紧张,一只大雄鹿也能对人大有伤害。可是,它径直朝我坐的地方走来。后来它站定,双目逼视着我!
  随后的情况令人难以置信。但是又似乎十分自然,我把手伸出,在它两角之间的头顶一带为它搔痒,它也表示乐意。那样一只又大又野又俊美的雄鹿竟低下了头,意思是叫我继续gei它搔痒!
  我边搔弄边抚摸它的脑袋和身子,它的鼻子触到我的肩膀,我把剩下的三明治喂给它吃了。
  后来它终于离我而去,下了山坡。向它开枪吗?非我所为。在那样一番亲近之后,你也一样下不去手。我只能是目送着它——一只肥壮的雄鹿昂首而去。
  我收起暖水瓶和猎枪,刚动身往回走,突然,我听到枪声——连响两枪。如果你是常打猎的,你会明白,啪啪两枪意味着射杀成功。我却忘记了,左近还会有其他的猎手。
  这回你将明白我为什么自那天起就再不行猎。
  
  Notes:
  1. beauty n. 美景 2. fall n. 秋天 3. as well 也
  4. hillside n.山坡,山腰 5. thermos n. 暖水瓶6. flaskn.瓶
  7. sandwish n. 三明治 8. settle down 安顿下来 9. buckn. 雄鹿
  10. start n. 惊惧,惊恐11. curious adj. 好奇的
  12. youngster n. 小孩子,年轻人(现指该鹿)13. antlern. 多杈鹿角
  14. be in sight映入眼帘, 看见15. nervousadj. 紧张不安的 16. damage n. 损害,毁坏
  17. reach up 向前伸手 18. scratchvt. 搔(痒) 19. bend vt. (bent, bent)使弯曲
  20. practicallyadv. 实际上21. stroke vt. 抚摸
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  zuo者介绍
  托马斯·潘恩(1737—1809),英国散文家、政论家。chu生于英格兰,才华出众,家境寒微,自学成才,学识广博,在自然科学和人文科学上都作过深入研究,渴望重建公平的社会秩序。57岁来到美国费城,深受富兰克林的赏识。ben文是他的成名作。qi他代表作you《危机》、《理性时代》。文笔朴质,说理深入浅出,文风平易近人。
  
  In the following pages I offer nothing more than simple facts, plain arguments, and common sense, and have no other preliminaries to settle with the reader, than that he will divest himself of prejudice and prepossession, and suffer his reason and his feelings to determine for themselves: that he will put on, or rather that he will not put off, the true character of a man, and generously enlarge his views beyond the present day.
  Volumes have been written on the subject of the struggle between England and America. Men of all ranks have embarked in the controversy, from different motives, and with various designs; but all have been ineffectual, and the period of debate is closed. Arms as the last resource decide the contest; the appeal was the choice of the King, and the continent has accepted the challenge.
  It has been reported of the late Mr. Pelham (who though an able minister was not without his faults) that on his being attacked in the House of Commons on the score that his measures were only of a temporary kind, replied, "they will last my time."Should a thought so fatal and unmanly possess the colonies in the present contest, the name of ancestors will be remembered by future generations with detestation.
  The sun never shined on a cause of greater worth. It"s not the affair of a city, a county, a province, or a kingdom; but of a continent --of at least one eighth part of the habitable globe. It"s not the concern of a day, a year, or an age; posterity are virtually involved in the contest, and will be more or less affected even to the end of time, by the proceedings now. Now is the seed time of continental union, faith and honor. The least fracture now will be like a name engraved with the point of a pin on the tender rind of a young oak; the wound would enlarge with the tree, and posterity read it in full grown characters.
  By referring the matter from argument to arms, a new era for politics is struck—a new method of thinking has arisen. All plans, proposals, etc. prior to the nineteenth of April, i.e. to the commencement of hostilities, are like the almanacs of the last year; which though proper then, are superceded and useless now. Whatever was advanced by the advocates on either side of the question then, terminated in one and the same point, viz., a union with Great Britain; the only difference between the parties was the method of effecting it; the one proposing force, the other friendship; but it has so far happened that the first has failed, and the second hath withdrawn her influence.
   As much has been said of the advantages of reconciliation, which, like an agreeable dream, has passed away and left us as we were, it is but right that we should examine the contrary side of the argument, and inquire into some of the many material injuries which these colonies sustain, and always will sustain, by being connected with and dependent on Great Britain. To examine that connection and dependence, on the principles of nature and common sense, to see what we have to trust to, if separated, and what we are to expect, if dependent.

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婴儿不会吃奶瓶:同威投资李驰:佰年美股展发A股40年长牛蜜月期过到来


  During millions of years of evolution2, ants have developed intriguing3 relationships with many different kinds of plants.Most of these associations4 are loose ones -- the ants find dwelling5 places on the plants,while bringing neither harm nor benefit to them. Often the ants live in hollow dead stems or small pockets of soil that accumulate6 on branches. Thus ants inhabit trees over our heads and herbs at our feet,carving out living chambers7 and foraging8 for food. As many as 72 different species of ants have been found living on one tree in Peru"s Amazon Basin alone.
  However, in some relationships between ants and plants both sides give and get. The plants in such mutualistic partnerships are called ant-plants. Many of them are beautiful examples of coevolution, having adapted9 together with their ant partners to thrive in nutrient-poor areas.
  In ant-plant relationships ants provide nutrients,protection, and housekeeping to plants. Plants provide food and shelter10 to ants.Some ants in these types of relationships serve their hosts as devoted sentinels11,repelling12 or killing unwelcome intruders13 such as beetles and caterpillars14. Others fertilize their hosts with waste from the food they drag home to eat. In return, many plants have evolved special structures to house and feed ant colonies, including leaves with hollow cavities15 and seeds with edible coatings or attachments. Frequently plants and ants become so dependent on one another that they cannot live apart.
  
  
   注释:
  1.profitable adj.有益的,有用的
  2.evolution n.[生]进hua,进化论
  3.intriguing adj.引起好奇心(或兴趣的),有迷惑力的
  4.association n.友谊,伙伴关系
  5.dwelling n.住处,住宅,寓所
  6.accumulatevt.堆积,积聚
  7.chambern.室,寝室
  8.forage vi.搜寻
  9.adapt vi.适应
  10.shelter n.[美]动wu的栖息处11.sentineln. 步哨,哨兵
  12.reple vt.击退,逐回,驱除13.intrudern.侵入者,闯入者
  14.caterpillarn.[昆]毛虫 (鳞翅目昆虫如蝶、蛾等的幼虫)
  15.cavityn.洞,穴,凹处
  
  经过几百万年的进化,蚂蚁yu多謟hi煌瑉hi物形成了十分有趣的关系。其中大多数关系并不紧密:蚂蚁在植物上寻找居所,而并不给植物dai来利和害。蚂蚁经常栖于中空的植物枯茎或枝干上堆积的小土坑中。因此,我们头顶的树木和脚下的草丛中都住着蚂蚁,它们在那儿建造居室或搜寻食物。仅在秘鲁的亚马逊流域,一棵树上住的蚁类就达72种之多。
  但是,蚂蚁与植物之间有些关系则是双方互利的。这种互利共生关系中的植物称为“蚁居植物”。大多数这种植物都是共同进化的完美样本,它们与其蚂蚁伙伴共同适应了养分匮乏的地区以求生存。
  在蚂蚁与植物的共生关系中,蚂蚁负责为植物提供养分、保卫及清洁工作;植物则为蚂蚁提供食物和居所。这种共生关系中的有些蚁类还为其宿主担任忠实的哨兵,驱赶或杀死诸如甲虫和毛虫等这些不速之客。其他蚁类把拖回去的食物吃完后排出的粪便可给宿主提供养分。作为对蚁类的回报,xu多植物都进化出独特的结构,如有空穴的叶片和外皮或其他部分可食的种子供蚂蚁居民住和吃。蚂蚁和植物时常会因彼此太过依赖而无法各自生存。
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  The May morning was calm and cloudless in Rose Creek, a vil- lage in southern Minnesota"s rural Mower County. At 10:15 Lyla Bell Stoike, 49, was chatting on the phone with her 70-year-old neighbor, Vera Olson. Lyla had been living alone in her farmhouse since her husband"s death four years earlier, and Vera"s friendship meant a lot to her.
  Suddenly Lyla noticed a broken front-door window. She sensed a presence1."Oh, my God," she whispered into the phone, "There"s someone in the house!"
   The connection was broken. Quickly Vera redialed2, but Lyla"s line was dead. Just then Vera"s husband, Thorman, 74, walked in. A retired farmer, Thorman had just helped a neighbor plant corn. The shy, slightly built man enjoyed giving friends a hand, and had promised to fix Lyla"s lawn mower3 later that day.
   Vera, frightened, told him about the interrupted conversation. "I"m sure it"s nothing," Thorman said."But I"ll run over and check."
   As he drove to Lyla"s house, however, Thorman worried that something could be wrong. With the sheriff"s4 office about 15 miles away, it was up to5 him to help. That"s what neighbors were for.
   Just as Lyla hung up the phone, the intruder stepped through the kitchen door, his 30 - 30 carbine6 aimed straight at her. He reeked of liquor7.
  "Sit down," he ordered, ripping8 the telephone from the wall. "If anyone comes through that door, you"re dead!"
   Lyla dropped into a chair at the kitchen table. It"s happening, she thought. He"s finally going to kill me.
   Lyla watched as Jacob Harris Reveley, 48, the man she had married almost 30 years earlier, paced maniacally9 back and forth. He had once been well-spoken, studious, fun to be with. But after the birth of their daughter, Lisa, Reveley"s personality changed. He became moody10 and abusive11.
   Tensions between them had increased, and in 1960 Lyla was granted12 a divorce. Later she married an osteopathic13 surgeon and settled in Rose Greek. Reveley simply vanished14. In 1978, Lisa was killed in a car accident. Four years later, Lyla"s loving husband died of cancer.
  Then, after a quarter-century"s separation, Reveley, now drinking heavily, began to call. He demanded a reconciliation15. When Lyla refused, he became more threatening.
  One day he kicked in Lyla"s basement window and ordered her to talk with him. Desperate, she agreed. "I really came to kill you," he told her finally, brandishing16 a pistol. "But I"m just not ready yet."
  Once free, Lyla notified the sheriff. Reveley was arrested and charged with felony17 assault18. Released on bond19, he fled. An all- points bulletion described him as armed and dangerous.
  Now, six weeks later, Reveley swaggered20 before her. "We"ll both be dead by nightfall," he announced, grinning at her fear.

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  As a city, Rome developed slowly. For many, many years,villages dotted1 the tops of the hills along the Tiber River,and not much effort was made among the people who lived on them to communicate for business or religious purposes.When the Etruscans (伊特鲁里亚人 ) seized these villages, the area was transformed2 into an urban unit.The Etruscans built a great temple to Jupiter(朱庇特) on the Capitoline Hill and drained the forum area. The Circus Maximus (da竞技场), which was located in the valley between the Palatine and Aventine hills,became the city"s major sporting arena.Construction continued even after the fall of the monarchy(君主制) in 510 B.C. Temples were built everywhere,but especially in the forum and on the Aventine, Capitoline and Quirinal hills. Alongside the river,vegetables and cattle were sold in markets that eventually developed into neighborhoods with their own identity and temples.To support the increasing commercial activity, warehouses3 and dock- yards(船厂) were built along the river. Everywhere, the large homes of the rich and apartments for the poor housed a growing popula-tion.
  Then came the Gallic (高卢人)sack of Rome in 390 B.C.While it clearly proved that the city was not invincible4, it also had a drastic (彻底的)effect on building choices. For security reasons, public officials had masons(石匠) construct stone walls around the city. Includedwithinwerethesevenhills——Aventine, Caelian, Capitoline, Esquiline, Palatine, Quirinal, and Viminal.Excluded were public areas such as the Campus Martius(战神广场) that lay along the Tiber River, and the Janiculum Hill on the other side of the river.
  Because the possibilities for construction within the city proper were limited, future development would have to occur outside. During the Republic(共和政体), the area known as the Campus Martius became a major building site.To help communication across the Tiber River, bridges were constructed. Enormous aqueducts5 helped meet the city"s growing need for water. Victory in war resulted in new temples,new game facilities, theater-type structures to host productions, and muse- ums. Many of these were built along the traditional pa-rade route6 for religious festivals and for triumphs. The route went from the Campus Martius around the Pala-tine Hill to the Capitoline Hill.
  Republican Rome was, by the time of Julius Cae-sar, a collage7 of old and new building——a riverside city that had the look of prosperity8 and the potential for fu-ture grandeur(辉煌).
  
  作为一座城市,罗马发展缓慢,在很长时间内,沿着台伯he的山丘上零星分布着一些村庄;各个村子里的居民很少往来;彼此之间也不做生意或从事宗教活动。伊特鲁里亚人夺取了这些村庄之后,这个地qu才形成一个统一的城区。伊特鲁里亚人在卡皮托利ni山上给朱庇特(古罗马的保护神)建了一座大庙,bing把广场地区的水排干。在帕拉蒂尼和阿文蒂尼山谷之间的大竞技场成了城市的主要运动场所。公元前510年,王权崩溃之后,建设仍然持续。人们到处建神庙,特别是在广场地区、在阿文蒂尼山、卡皮托利尼山和奎里钠尔山等处。沿着台伯河,人们在各个市场上销售蔬菜和牲畜。这些市场后来发展成各有特色并拥有自己庙宇群的居民区。为了支持日益发展的商业活动,人们开始沿河建造仓库和船厂。随着人口的增加,各处都出现了富人的大宅院和穷人的共住房屋。
  公元前390年,发生了高卢人对罗马的洗劫。这个事件清楚表明,罗马城不是不可征服的,同时也对罗马的建筑风格产生了重大影响。出于安全的原因,官员们命令工匠在城市周边建造石头城墙。七座山丘——阿文蒂尼、卡埃利安、卡皮托利尼、埃斯奎利尼、帕拉蒂尼、奎里纳尔和维米纳尔都围在里面。而一些公共地区,例如台伯河边的战神广场还有河对岸的詹尼库林山,则没有围在城墙之内。
  由于城内建设空间有限,城市将来的发展必定在城外。共和时期,战神广场地区成为主要的建筑工地。为了方便过台伯河,人们建了一些桥梁。还修建大水渠以满足城市用水。打胜仗便建新的神庙、新的竞技场所、演出用剧场建筑和博物馆。许多这类建筑都是沿着传统的宗教庆典和庆祝胜利的游行路线建造的。这条路线从帕拉蒂尼山附近的战神广场一直延伸到卡皮托利尼山。
  到尤利乌斯·凯撒时期,共和罗马是新老建筑的大集合,是一个沿河兴建的繁荣城市,也是一个有着辉煌未来的城市。
  
  注释:
  1.dot vt.星罗棋布,点缀 2.transformvi 改观,改变
  3.warehouse n.仓库4.invincible adj.不可战胜的,不能征服的。
  5.aqueduct n.沟渠6.routen.路线
  7.collagen.大杂烩 8.prosperity n.兴旺,繁荣
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  I was sure that I was to be killed. I became terribly nervous. I fumbled in my pockets to see if there were any cigarettes, which had escaped their search. I found one and because of my shaking hands, I could barely get it to my lips. But I had no matches. They had taken those. I looked through the bars at my jailer. He did not make eye contact with me. I called out to him, “Have you got a light?” He looked at me, shrugged and came over to light my cigarette. As he came close and lit the match, his eyes inadvertently locked with mine. At that moment, I smiled. I don’t know why I did that. Perhaps it was nervousness, perhaps it was because, when you get very close, one to another, it is very hard not to smile. In any case, I smiled. In that instant, it was as though a spark jumped across the gap between our two hearts, our two human souls. I know he didn’t want to, but my smile leaped through the bars and generated a smile on his lips, too. He lit my cigarette but stayed near, looking at me directly in the eyes and continuing to smile
  I kept smiling at him, now aware of him as a person and not just a jailer. And his looking at me seemed to have a new dimension too. “Do you have kids? ” he asked. “Yes, here, here, ”I took out my wallet and nervously fumbled for the pictures of my family. He, too, took out the pictures of his family and began to talk about his plans and hopes for them. My eyes. I said that I feared that I’d never see my family again, never have the chance to see them grow up. Tears came to his eyes, too. Suddenly, without another word, he unlocked my cell and silently led me out. Out of the jail, quietly and by back routes, out of the town. There, at the edge of town, he released me. And without another word, he turned back toward the town.
  My life was saved by a smile. Yes, the smile the unaffected, unplanned, natural connection between people. I really believe that if that part of you and that part of me could recognize each other, we wouldn’t be enemies. We couldn’t have hate or envy or fear.
  
  一想到zi己明天就没命了,不禁陷入极端的惶恐。我翻遍了口袋,终于找到一支没被他们搜走的香烟,但我的手紧张得不停发抖,连将烟送进嘴里都成问题,而我的火柴也在搜身时被拿走了。
  我透过铁栏望着外面的警卫,他并没有注意到我在kan他,我叫了他一声:“能跟ni借个火吗?”他转头望着我,耸了耸肩,然后走了过来,点燃我的香烟。
  当他帮我点火时,他的眼光无意中与我的相接触,这时我突然冲着他微笑。我不知道自己为何有这般反应,也许是过于紧张,或者是当你如此靠近另一个人,你很难不对他微笑。不管是何理由,我对他笑了。就在这一刹那,这抹微笑如同火花般,打破了我们心灵间的隔阂。受到了我的感染,他的嘴角不自觉地也现出了笑容,虽然我知道他原无此意。他点完火后并没立刻离开,两眼盯着我瞧,脸上仍带着微笑。
  我也以笑容回应,仿佛他是个朋友,而不是个守着我的警卫。他看着我的眼神也少了当初的那股凶气,“你觴ing『⒙穑俊彼谖实馈 “有,你看。”我拿出了皮夹,手忙脚乱地翻出了我的全家福照片。他也掏出了照片,并且开始讲述他对家人的期望与计划。这时我眼中充满了泪水,我说我害怕再也见不到家人。我害怕没机会看着孩子长大。他听了也流下两行眼泪。 突然间,他二话不说地打开了牢门,悄悄地带我从后面的小路逃离了监狱,出了小镇,就在小镇的边上,他放了我,之后便转身往回走,不曾留下一句话。
  一个微笑居然能救自己一条命。是的,微笑是人与人之间最自然真挚的沟通方式。如果我们能用心灵去认识彼此,世间不会有结怨成仇的憾事;恨意、妒嫉、恐惧也会不复存在。
  (山东省平邑赛博高级中学 张 伟 供稿)

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