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Boylan believes that a witness's memory is as crucial to a case as any physical evidence. What I would ultimately want would be for police to really protect that memory as evidence like they would any other piece of evidence in case whether it be fingerprints on the murder weapon or fibers. But when Boylan arrives in Petaluma, Polly's father is skeptical that she can help. She showed up with an entourage of TV producers and FBI agents, and I found it very disconcerting that this beautiful blonde woman being escorted through the police department and being portrayed as an individual who might very well break the case open. My concern was that they had taken my daughter's tragedy and gone Hollywood with it, because Jeanne didn't seem like a person from the real world to me. I wish that I was here telling you tonight that we had found Polly and she was gonna be coming home safe. But Boylan refuses to be distracted by the media circus. She focuses her attention on Polly's friends. Her secret approach is to do the opposite of what a police sketch artist would normally do. The usual police process for preparing this composite is just a visit for an artist, or an investigator to sit down and have an eyewitness look through a selection of features. Him, those are the eyes. You choose eyes, you choose a nose, you choose a chin, etc. But Boylan says looking at so many faces in the composite book can confuse witnesses and contaminate their memory. What happens when you sit a crime victim down, and you have them look through a catalogue, the typical catalogue has 960 fore facial photographs in it. You're taking 960 images, you are overlaying it over that original recall. That's how the distortion and the contamination takes place. If I'm lucky and only if there's a trauma in the circumstance under which this eyewitness saw the suspect. That information will be encoded deeply into memory and would still be there, but I have to work through all the contamination and try to retrieve that, that deeply embedded level of recall. Because of inconsistencies in the girls' stories, the police suspect that they might actually be covering for Polly. They have been, basically been called liars, the profile that had been drawn up was that Polly had run away with her boyfriend and that the girl friends were covering up for that in some way. But the girls insist that Polly was abducted by a stranger. In order to get the investigation back on course, Boylan knows she has to gain the girls' trust to get a better depiction of the suspect. The real secret is, was to create a situation in which both of the kids individually felt that they were in control, and I was a guest on their territory. One of the ways Boylan gains the girls' trust is to dress like them. And I put on something that a 12-year-old would be comfortable in being around the plump blue jeans, the sweatshirt, pull my hair back and I just became more like them.entourage: the group following and attending to some important person; staffdisconcerting: upsetting; that causes an emotional disturbance; disturbing200810/51250Wild Europe - Genesis 肇始之初- 10It's the fossilized resin of ancient pine trees. And trapped within it, are perfectly preserved souvenirs, each fragment helping to build a picture of an ancient world. This resin has also trapped something that marks a great turning point in evolution--hair. Its presence indicates the rise of a new dynasty in Europe--the mammals. These subtropical forests were home to a huge variety of these creatures. From kangaroo-like carnivores and tapirs to anteaters and even miniature horses. 15 million years ago, the mammals were evolving at an astonishing rate. From just one site of Messo in Germany, dozens of different species of fossil mammal have been unearthed. Today, their more recognizable descendants occupy virtually every niche right across Europe.As Europe's new fauna took centre stage, the continent itself was undergoing another decisive step towards completion. Signs of this can be found here on the western fringe of the continent, along the remote cliffs of islands on Northwest Scotland. These spectacular coasts are built of compacted volcanic ash and lava. There are visible remains of ancient eruptions that cover thousands of square kilometerswords and expressionsresin: (n.) Any of numerous clear to translucent yellow or brown, solid or semisolid, viscous substances of plant origin, such as copal, rosin, and amber, used principally in lacquers, varnishes, inks, adhesives, synthetic plastics, and pharmaceuticals. 树脂tapir: (n.) Any of several large, chiefly nocturnal, odd-toed ungulates of the genus Tapirus of tropical America, the Malay Peninsula, and Sumatra, related to the horse and the rhinoceros, and having a heavy body, short legs, and a long, fleshy, flexible upper lip. 【动】貘任anteater: (n.) Any of several tropical American mammals of the family Myrmecophagidae, which lack teeth and feed on ants and termites, especially Myrmecophaga tridactyla, having an elongated, narrow snout, a long, sticky tongue, and an extended, shaggy-haired tail. 食蚁兽niche: (n.) The particular area within a habitat occupied by an organism. 【生态学】生物居所的特定区间fauna: (n.) Animals, especially the animals of a particular region or period, considered as a group. 动物群200809/47578Temujin granted his blood brother his final wish and broke his back. The defeat and death of Jamuqa led to a sight never before seen in the history of Mongolia: the recognition of one man as the leader of all the Mongol tribes. In the Mongol world, there had never been such a figure. And in 1206, a new title was created to honor him: Universal King, ruler of all men, Genghis Khan."But my destiny, the destiny of the great Mongol people was still unfulfilled."Genghis Khan had forged a nation. But now, he faced a new and more potent threat: China. He knew the Chinese would not tolerate such a powerful leader as him on their border. So he took the fight to them. In a campaign that was to last six years, he led his army of 50,000 Mongols on one of the most audacious military actions in history. He crossed the Gobi Desert and invaded Northern China. On hearing that the Mongol army was approaching, the emperor of North China sent this message: "Our empire is as vast as the sea, yours is but a handful of sand. How can we fear you?" The Chinese had spent centuries perfecting their defenses, but Genghis Khan solved the problem posed by China's biggest border defense, the Great Wall, by one simple expedient: they went around it. The Chinese were the richest and most civilized people in the East. But they also knew how to fight a dirty war. Iron spikes, like medieval minefields, were bedded in the path of the oncoming Mongol armies. grant: agreepotent: strong, influentialperfect: refine, improve expedient: means, method, scheme, plan, move, tactic 200809/49930

Coastal Oil Drilling Becomes US Campaign Issue麦凯恩呼吁允许开采美国近海石油  President Bush and Republican presidential candidate John McCain are both calling for an end to a moratorium on developing oil and natural gas resources along much of the U.S. coastline. Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama opposes such a move, saying the country needs to move away from oil. Meanwhile, public-opinion polls show U.S. consumers favoring more development of domestic resources to offset high fuel prices. 美国总统布什和即将获得共和党总统候选人提名的约翰·麦凯恩都呼吁结束暂禁在美国大部分海岸线外开采石油和天然气储藏的禁令。而预料会获得民主党总统候选人提名的巴拉克·奥巴马则反对这样的举措,他说,美国需要做的是结束对石油的依赖。与此同时,民意调查显示,美国消费者则倾向进一步开发国内石油资源,以应对昂贵的燃油价格。Energy has become one of the main issues clearly dividing the two U.S. political parties as they prepare for their national conventions. With oil trading on the world market at above 0 a barrel, U.S. consumers are feeling the economic impact at the gasoline pump and in increased food prices.  在美国两大政党为今年的总统大选竞选造势的同时,能源问题已经很清楚地成为两党的主要分歧之一。当世界市场上的石油价格上涨到每桶130美元以上时,美国消费者在加油站以及上涨的食品价格中感受到了经济压力。During a speech Tuesday in Houston, Senator John McCain called for an end to a moratorium on energy development in coastal areas. 麦凯恩参议员星期二在德克萨斯的休斯顿演讲时,呼吁结束对沿海地区能源开发的限制。"The broad federal moratorium stands in the way of energy exploration and production," he said. 他说:“联邦政府的广泛禁令阻碍了能源的勘探和生产”。The ban, which has been in effect since 1981, covers more than 80 percent of the U.S. coastline and the outer continental shelf. The ban was put in place to reduce the chances of environmental damage from oil spills and in part to protect the tourist industry. Senator McCain once opposed development in coastal areas, but he says the rapidly rising cost of fuel makes it necessary. 这项禁令是1981年生效的。禁令涵盖了美国超过百分之80以上的海岸线和大陆架地区。实施这项禁令的目的是消除石油泄漏可能对环境产生的污染,另一部分原因是保护旅游业。麦凯恩参议员一度也反对在沿海地区进行开采,但是,他现在表示,飞涨的燃油价格使得有必要解除禁令。"As a matter of fairness to the American people and a matter of duty for our government, we must deal with the here and now and assure affordable fuel for America by increasing domestic production," he added. “出于对美国人民的公平待遇,以及联邦政府的职责,我们不得不此时此地解决问题,通过增加国内产量,以保美国人获得付得起的燃油。”Senator Barack Obama responded in a chat with reporters on board his campaign plane Tuesday, criticizing McCain for changing his position on the issue from his earlier stance and deriding the notion that offshore oil development would reduce the energy crunch. 奥巴马参议员星期二在自己的竞选运动飞机上与记者闲聊时谈到了这个问题。他对麦凯恩改变先前在这个问题上的立场进行了批评,并对开发沿海石油会减少能源危机的说法不以为然。"There is no way that allowing offshore drilling would lower gas prices right now," he said. "At best you are looking at five years down the road." “允许进行沿海石油开发就会马上削减汽油的价格是不可能的。充其量,只能在五年后才会看到这样的情况。”In a conference call with reporters, former Democratic Governor of Iowa and Obama supporter Tom Vilsack accused McCain of pandering to voters rather than providing a long-term energy solution. 爱奥华州的前民主党籍州长威尔萨克是奥巴马的持者,他在与记者举行的电话会议上,指责麦凯恩是在迎合选民,而不是提供解决能源问题的长久之计。"It is clear that the strength of this country is going to be dependent on us moving away from oil, not towards more oil," he said. “很清楚,这个国家的力量来自我们摆脱对石油的依赖,而并非取决于生产更多的石油。”Energy sector analysts say both sides in this debate have legitimate points, but that the high cost of fuel is likely to influence voters in favor of more drilling. 能源行业的分析人士说,争论的双方都有道理,但是,昂贵的能源价格很可能会影响选民,使得他们赞成扩大开发。One man who has a politically neutral perspective, is Charles Groat, who teaches at the University of Texas and served as director of the U.S. Geological Survey under both Presidents Clinton and Bush. He says the potential of the coasts is shown by the vast amounts of oil that have been extracted with little environmental impact from offshore sites in the Gulf of Mexico. 在德克萨斯大学教学的查尔斯·格罗特在这个问题上有中立的政治观点,不受政治党派的左右。他在克林顿政府以及布什两任政府中都担任美国地质勘探局局长一职。他说,在墨西哥湾沿海大量开采石油却没有造成什么环境污染的事实表明沿海采油的可行性。"You have got to think that, with modern exploration techniques, the chances for finding substantial amounts of oil and gas off both our east and west coasts has got to be significant, but they have to have a chance to try and with the moratorium that is not happening these days," he noted. “你必须这样想,随著现代勘探技术的提高,在我们的东、西海岸找到大量石油和天然气储藏的机率将是很大的。他们必须有机会去尝试这样做,而由于这个禁令,这种可能性今天都没有成为现实。”Groat acknowledges that it may take a few years to find the oil and begin developing the infrastructure to extract it, but he says that oil could be very welcome in a few years if energy prices keep climbing, as they surely will given global demand. 格罗特承认,找到石油以及开始发展开采石油的基础设施建设可能需要几年的时间,但是,他说,如果油价继续攀升,今后几年石油可能还是非常受欢迎的。而考虑到全球的需求,油价继续攀升几乎是肯定的。As for alternative energy, Groat says there is nothing on the horizon at present that would substantially replace the need for oil and gas."I think the missing consideration in the real push towards alternatives is that demand growth for traditional fuels, transportation fuels in particular, is substantial in the ed States and globally as well," he added. "That is not going to abate even if we do have some fairly effective conservation moves. So the demand for traditional hydrocarbons is going to grow, not shrink, even if we move more and more into alternatives."Groat says failure to address the issue of rising energy costs could lead to a severe economic downturn.200806/42317

1:45 AM, the 38th parallel, along the border of North and South Korea. The 148-mile-long border is the most heavily militarized in the world. This joint South Korean-American platoon is on constant alert for infiltrators from the North. Behind these fences, North Korea has a million-man army, and now nuclear weapons, which they could use or possibly give away to terrorists. The soldiers can monitor every sound and movement close to the border, but what makes this place so dangerous is the uncertainty of what lies on the other side of the divide.North Korea is one of the most secretive countries on Earth. It's regarded as an intelligence black hole. But we know some basic facts. North Korea is roughly the size of Mississippi. It has 23 million people, a showcase capital Pyongyang, and is completely controlled by Kim Jong-il. The Dear Leader is an absolute dictator, worshiped in a personality cult perhaps more extreme than any other in history."Kim Jong-il is the Son of God in North Korea. He is the state. The notion of questioning his ability to rule or what he does doesn't enter into things."Everyone is trained from birth to love the Dear Leader. And no outside sources of information are allowed. Newspapers and television are controlled by the state. There is no Internet. Cell phones have been banned. And many don't even know a man has walked on the moon."There is no freedom. It's a country run in tyranny and dictatorship. I don't think anyone can understand North Korea until they experience it."North Korea is known as the "hermit kingdom" because of its extreme isolation from the rest of the world. But on the other side of Asia, one man is literally planning to bring light to the darkness of North Korea. Nepalese eye surgeon Dr. Sanduk Ruit travels the world setting up eye clinics in developing countries. Dubbed "a miracle doctor" by the media, Ruit trains local doctors in inexpensive and effective treatments for cataracts. North Korea may be his biggest challenge yet. Thousands of people go blind due to a lack of even the most basic medical facilities."The annual number of surgeries performed is just, just very little, and the blindness magnitude is one of the highest in the world."Ruit plans to travel from Nepal to North Korea to do more than 1,000 surgeries in less than 10 days. His mission is purely humanitarian. What the North Koreans don't know is that our camera crew is going with him."So what do you think of the cameras so far, Dr. Ruit?""I think it's big.""You think these cameras are big?"Our camera crew is posing as members of Dr. Ruit's medical team. We are going to document his work and show the world what life is like inside North Korea. (Send it back. Be sure you won't be in trouble.) This meeting in a Katmandu hotel room will be the last time our team can converse in private."So there would be a North Korean man traveling with us the entire time (yes) from here to Pyongyang.""From here to Pyongyang and back to Katmandu."infiltrator: someone who takes up a position surreptitiously for the purpose of espionagecataract: opacity of the lens or capsule of the eye, causing impairment of vision or blindness200709/17487

William Boynton is professor of planetary sciences at the University of Arizona. And he's dedicated his life to looking for water on Mars. The link between life and water is very strong. Even here in the desert, there's life all around us. Now when looking for life on Mars, we use our basis of knowledge on Earth. And on Earth we know life requires water. So on Mars, we're gonna be looking for the places where we can find water. Just like the desert, Mars may look dry but there are signs of water there. It's been known for almost a century that there are icecaps at the Martian poles. When we look up at Mars, we see a dry, dusty planet. It doesn't look like a place for life. But there's tiny amounts of water in the atmosphere. And we know there are ice concentrations in the poles. So we're actually very optimistic that because there is at least, a speck of water on Mars, there might be a speck of life. However, while the poles contain water ice, temperatures there can reach a staggering minus 150 degrees centigrade which meant these were not good places to search for life. The conditions there are way too extreme. It's really just too cold. We really need liquid water for life. What we want to find on Mars is some place where we can find water in the more temperate regions. What we ultimately need to find is liquid water. But the first indications were that if life needed liquid water, then Mars was out of luck. Conditions all over the planet seemed too cold, there appeared to be no prospect of water anywhere. These photographs changed everything. Taken by the Viking Space Probe in 1976, they showed what looked like dried-up river valleys. You can see one here. You can see there's a, a valley through here, you can see it branches, the tributaries. Here's one branch going off here with tributaries. So this looks very much like, er, a terrestrial river system. If these were dried-up riverbeds, it meant that Mars must once have had the perfect conditions for life.ice concentration: the ratio expressed in tenths describing the area of the water surface covered by ice as a fraction of the whole area200809/48181US Aircraft Carrier Kitty Hawk Makes Last Port Call小鹰号航母停靠香港象征意义重大  The Kitty Hawk is making its first visit to Hong Kong since Beijing refused to let the U.S. aircraft carrier drop anchor in the city last year. It is the last port call here for America's oldest active warship before it will be decommissioned. 美国小鹰号航空母舰群访问香港,这是自从中国政府去年拒绝让小鹰号停靠香港后,该舰首次停靠香港。这是这艘仍在役的美国最老航空母舰在退役前的最后一次在亚洲港口停靠。Thousands of casually dressed sailors left the U.S. aircraft carrier Kitty Hawk on Monday, y for a few days of rest and recreation in Hong Kong. 美国小鹰号航空母舰战斗群的数以千的名水兵星期一换上便装,离开舰艇,准备在香港休息、几天。The last time the warship tried to enter the city, in November, the crew had to stay on board. Unexpectedly, Beijing refused to allow the Kitty Hawk to stop in Hong Kong, disappointing hundreds of relatives who had flown there to celebrate the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday with crew members. The move caused a diplomatic spat between the ed States and China.  小鹰号航空母舰群上一次来港是在去年11月,但是水兵们却没能上岸。中国政府出人意料地拒绝让小鹰号停靠香港,让等候在香港的几百名亲属非常失望,他们从美国飞到香港准备和水兵欢度美国的节日感恩节。北京的举动引发美国和中国之间的一次外交擦。Rear Admiral Richard Wren said on board the Kitty Hawk on Monday that Beijing never gave a satisfactory explanation for the incident. But he says things are back on track now.  海军少将理查德.雷恩星期一在小鹰号上说,北京方面对以上事件从未提出一个令人满意的解释。不过他说,现在情况已经回到正轨。"It's normal. I would say we are status quo," Admiral Wren said. "And I would think other than that one little hiccup with Kitty Hawk - if you look at the history of the past few years and then if you watch what happens in the next year - you know it's still in planning - I think you kind of go - well, it's just a little blip!" 雷恩少将说:“现在正常了。我认为,我们是保持现状。我认为,这是小鹰号遭遇的一个小插曲,如果你看看过去几年的历史,再观察一下明年计划中的行动,你就会说,这仅仅是一个小插曲。”Other U.S. war ships have aly visited Hong Kong this year, including the carrier the Nimitz and the command ship Blue Ridge. On average, 40 U.S. navy vessels make port call in Hong Kong each year, and the sailors spend millions of dollars in stores, hotels, restaurants and bars.  其他美国战舰今年已经访问香港,包括尼米兹航空母舰战斗群和蓝岭号两栖登陆指挥舰。每年平均有40艘美国军舰访问香港,美国的水手在香港商店、酒店、餐馆和酒吧花费数以百万计美元。The Kitty Hawk is on its normal spring cruise schedule. But Wren says the U.S. navy also is there to closely watch what is going on in the Taiwan Strait - in the crucial time before the inauguration of Taiwan's newly elected President Ma Ying-jeou on May 20.  小鹰号航母战斗群正在进行例行春季巡洋行动。不过雷恩说,目前正值台湾新的总统当选人马英九5月20号宣誓就职前的关键时期,美国海军还要在那里紧密观察台湾海峡的动向。Hong Kong is expected to be the last port call in Asia for the 47-year-old Kitty Hawk, America's oldest active warship. At the end of May, the ed States' last conventionally powered aircraft carrier will be replaced by the George Washington, a nuclear-powered carrier. Like the Kitty Hawk, its home base will be Yokosuka in Japan, the home of the ed States' Seventh Fleet. 小鹰号航母战斗群役年头长达47年,是美国仍在役的最老的战舰。预计香港是她在亚洲最后停靠的一个港口。美国的这一常规动力航母将在5月底退役,取代她的是核动力乔治.华盛顿号航母战斗。跟小鹰号一样,乔治.华盛顿号将驻扎在美国第七舰队的基地日本横须贺港。Wren says it is the first time that a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier will be deployed in Japan. 雷恩少将说,这将是核动力航母战斗群首次部署在日本。"We are determined to continue to support stability in this region so by bringing forward the most significant asset, the best asset that we can bring today and that's USS George Washington," he said. 他说:“我们决心继续持该地区的稳定,因此我们把今天我们所拥有的最有战斗力的战舰部署在这里,那就是乔治.华盛顿航空母舰战斗群。”The decision to base the George Washington in Japan raised some opposition among the Japanese public. The country, which is the only nation to have experienced a nuclear attack, when the U.S. dropped atomic bombs on it to end World War II, has a policy of opposing the use of nuclear weapons.The Kitty Hawk will be brought back to the ed States later this year where it will be deactivated. 小鹰号航母战斗群将于今年晚些时候回到美国, 在那里退役。200804/36951

8 同意还盘3句英文任你选Ill respond to your counter-offer by reducing our price by five Yuan.我同意你们的还价,减价5元。To meet your requirements, we would like to reduce our price by 2%, which, I hope, will be satisfactory to you.为满足你方要求,我们愿降价2%,希望能令你方满意。Let me make you a special offer.我给您一个特别优惠价。半个句型要记牢reduce ones price by -(降价……)Tip:降价用 reduce,抬价用 increase。降价的幅度用介词句,到达某个价格用 to。另外,补充一些价格术语: cost price (成本价), market price (市场价), retail price (零售价), wholesale price (批发价)。 /201604/434087chatterbox ------ 话匣子(名词) 英文释义(noun, SLANG) Someone who talks incessantly, particularly a child. 例句Although shes shy in public, my daughter is a little chatterbox at home with endless questions, stories, and humorous observations.尽管在公共场合很腼腆,我的女儿在家里却是个小话匣子,有无穷尽的问题、故事和幽默。 /201610/466526American Olympians Get White House Send-Off白宫为美国奥运代表队送行  Members of America's Summer Olympic team are preparing to head to China after a formal send-off at the White House. President Bush says he is looking forward to joining them in Beijing. 参加中国夏季奥运会的美国代表队的成员在前往北京之前,白宫为他们举行了正式欢送仪式。布什总统说,他期待和运动员们在北京会面。About two dozen members of Team USA went to the White House. 有大约24名美国代表队成员出席了白宫的送行仪式。They represented all the athletes at a ceremony in the Rose Garden, where President Bush praised their accomplishments and their character. 他们代表所有运动员在白宫玫瑰园出席这个仪式,布什总统在仪式上赞扬运动员们的成绩和品德。"In Beijing, you will also represent our nation's character," the president noted. "As ambassadors of goodwill, you will be humble in victory and gracious in defeat. And by showing respect for your competitors, you will demonstrate America's respect for the world." 布什说:“在北京,你们也将代表我们这个国家的品德。作为亲善大使,你们应胜不骄败不馁。你们尊敬竞争对手,就是在展示美国对世界的尊敬。”About 600 U.S. athletes will compete in 30 different sports at the Games -from swimming to fencing, and from judo to gymnastics. The president noted they represent the diversity of America - a mix of races, ethnic backgrounds and ages. 在这次奥运会上,将有大约600名美国运动员参加30个项目的角逐,其中包括游泳、击剑、柔道、体操等等。布什总统指出,这些美国运动员具有广泛的代表性,来自不同种族、民族和年龄。"Some of you are young, the youngest teammate is a 15-year-old diver, and some of you are older. There is a 58-year-old sailor, which gives this 62-year-old mountain biker hope that you may need me in Beijing," the president joked. 他说:“你们中的一些人很年青,最年青的跳水运动员只有15岁,还有一些运动员年纪稍微大一些,有一个帆船运动员已经58岁了,这给了我这个62岁的山地自行车手希望,你们在北京可能会用得着我。”But the president's role in Beijing is more likely to be that of a sports fan and cheerleader-in-chief. He has said on numerous occasions that he is going to Beijing to support America's athletes and see some great competition. 不过,布什总统在北京的角色更可能是一位体育迷和啦啦队总队长。他在很多场合说过,他将去北京给美国运动员加油打气,并观看一些精的比赛。And while his decision to attend the opening ceremonies has proven controversial, the president made clear in the Rose Garden that he is excited about the prospect of seeing the Games in person. 虽然布什总统出席北京奥运会开幕式的决定引起一些争议,但他在白宫玫瑰园清楚地表示,他为能到北京观看奥运会感到兴奋。"Laura and I look forward to joining you for the Olympics," he said. "I am fired up to go. I cannot wait to salute our athletes, and I cannot wait to share in the joy of your triumphs. And so today we send you off with congratulations on the success you have aly achieved, and on the accomplishments we know will be yours in Beijing." 他说:“劳拉和我都期待着在北京和你们见面。我已作好出发的准备,等不及向我们的运动员致敬,并分享你们胜利的喜悦。所以,今天,我们为你们送行,祝贺你们已经取得的成绩,也预祝我们知道你们在北京将要取得的荣誉。”Critics have said the president should not attend the opening ceremonies because of the Chinese government's human rights record and its policies regarding Tibet and Darfur. 人士说,由于中国政府的人权记录和中国在西藏和达尔富尔问题上的政策,布什总统不应当出席奥运会的开幕式。But members of the Olympic team who came to the White House say they cannot wait to share the experience of being at the Olympics with the president. 但是,在白宫参加送行仪式的奥运会运动员们说,他们期待着同布什总统分享参加奥运会的经历。Kerri Walsh - a defending gold medalist in beach volleyball - says it is important to keep the true meaning of the Olympics in mind. 曾获得沙滩排球金牌的运动员克里.沃尔什说,重要的是,要记住奥运会的真正意义。"What is amazing about the Olympic is it is a sporting event and not a political event," Walsh said. "It is when the world can come together at a peaceful event. And it is an honor that President Bush will be attending the games and will be at the opening ceremonies to represent our country." 他说:“奥运会之所以了不起,在于它是一场体育竞赛,不是政治事件。在奥运会上,世界各国聚在一起,举行一场和平盛会。布什总统出席奥运会,在开幕式上代表我们的国家,是一种荣誉。”The Summer Olympics open August 8 in Beijing. 北京夏季奥运会将在8月8号开始举行。200807/44569

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