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【导读】像蜜一样甜!TheHatheld

  

【正文】 groundoverthedesolatehills.Winterwasingonandthehillsthreatenedthesurroundingvillageswithdestruction,forheavyrainwouldnotonlywashawaythesoilbutwouldcauseseriousfloodsaswell.Whenthefirehadatlastbeenputout,theforestauthoritiesorderedseveraltonsofaspecialtypeofgrass-seedwhichwouldgrowquickly.Theseedwassprayedoverthegroundinhugequantitiesbyaeroplanes.Theplaneshadbeenplantingseedfornearlyamonthwhenitbegantorain.Bythen,however,inmanyplacesthegrasshadalreadytakenroot.Inplaceofthegreattreeswhichhadbeengrowingthereforcenturies,patchesofgreenhadbeguntoappearintheblackenedsoil.Lesson63Shewasnotamused她并不觉得好笑GeoffreyHampdenhasalargecircleoffriendsandisverypopularatparties.Everybodyadmireshimforhisfinesenseofhumor--everybody,thatis,excepthissix-year-olddaughter,Jenny.Recently,oneofGeoffrey'sclosestfriendsaskedhimtomakeaspeechataweddingreception.ThisisthesortofthingthatGeoffreyloves.HepreparedthespeechcarefullyandwenttotheweddingwithJenny.Hehadincludedalargenumberoffunnystoriesinthespeechand,ofcourse,itwasagreatsuccess.Assoonashehadfinished,Jennytoldhimshewantedtogohome.Geoffreywasalittledisappointedbythisbuthedidashisdaughterasked.Onthewayhome,heaskedJennyifshehadenjoyedthespeech.Tohissurprise,shesaidshehadn't.Geoffreyaskedherwhythiswassoandshetoldhimthatshedidnotliketoseesomanypeoplelaughingathim!Lesson64TheChannelTunnel海峡隧道Inl858,aFrenchengineer,AimeThomedeGamond,arrivedinEnglandwithaplanforatwenty-onemiletunnelacross
theEnglishChannel.HesaidthatitwouldbepossibletobuildaplatforminthecentreoftheChannel.Thisplatformwouldserveasaportandarailwaystation.Thetunnelwouldbewell-ventilatediftallchimneyswerebuiltabovesea-level.In1860,abetterplanwasputforwardbyanEnglishman,WilliamLow.Hesuggestedthatadoublerailwaytunnelshouldbebuilt.Thiswouldsolvetheproblemofventilation,forifatrainenteredthistunnel,itwoulddrawinfreshairbehindit.Forty-twoyearslateratunnelwasactuallybegun.If,atthetime,theBritishhadnotfearedinvasion,itwouldhavebeenpleted.Recently,therehasagainbeengreatinterestintheideaofaChannelTunnel.Ifitisbuilt,itwillconnectBritaintoEuropeforthefirsttimeinhistory.Lesson65Jumboversusthepolice小象对警察LastChristmas,thecircusowner,JimmyGates,
decidedtotakesomepresentstoachildren'shospital.DressedupasFatherChristmasandacpaniedbya'guardofhonour'ofsixprettygirls,hesetoffdownthemainstreetofthecityridingababyelephantcalledJumbo.He,shouldhaveknownthatthepolicewouldneverallowthissortofthing.ApolicemanapproachedJimmyandtoldhimheoughttohavegonealongaside-streetasJumbowasholdingupthetraffic.ThoughJimmyagreedtogoatonce,Jumborefusedtomove.Fifteenpolicemenhadtopushveryhardtogethimoffthemainstreet.Thepolicehadadifficulttime,buttheyweremostamused.'Jumbomustweighafewtons,'saidapolicemanafterwards,'soitwasfortunatethatwedidn'thavetocarryhim.Ofcourse,weshouldarresthim,butashehasagoodrecord,weshalllethimoffthistime.'Lesson66Sweetashoney!像蜜一样甜!TheHatheld
Puffinisamodernaero-plane,butitsdesigner,MrJohnWimpenny,isfindingitdifficulttogetitofftheground.Thereasonforthisisthatthisplaneisalsoabicycle.Itspilothastopedalhardtogetitintotheair.AfterMrWimpennyhadtheplanebuilt,itwastestedthoroughly.In1961,itwasthefirstman-poweredaircrafttoflyhalfamile.Whilebeingflownbyachampionamateurcyclistin1963,theplanecrashedonanairfield.Sincethen,MrWimpennyhashaditrebuilt.Hehashadthelengthofthewingsincreasedsothattheynowmeasure93feet--almostaslongasthoseofaDakota.Manypeoplehaveshowninterestinthisnewandunusualsport.Butthoughaircyclistsmaylearnhowtoflyovershortdistances,andmay,eventually,evengetacrosstheEnglishChannel,itisdoubtfulwhethertheywillevercycleacrosstheAtlantic.Lesson67Volcanoes火山HarounTazieffthePolishscientist,hasspenthislife-timestudyingactivevolcanoesanddeepcavesinallpartsoftheworld.In1948,hewenttolakeKivuintheCongotoobserveanewvolcanowhichhelaternamedKituro.Tazieffwasabletosetuphiscampveryclosetothevolcanowhileitwaseruptingviolently.Thoughhemanagedtotakeanumberofbrilliantphotographs,hecouldnotstaynearthevolcanoforverylong.Henoticedthatariverofliquidrockwasingtowardshim.Itthreatenedtosurroundhimpletely,butTazieffmanagedtoescapejustintime.Hewaiteduntilthevolcanobecamequietandhewasabletoreturntwodayslater.Thistime,hemanagedtoclimbintothemouthofKiturosothathecouldtakephotographsandmeasuretemperatures.Tazieffhasoftenriskedhislifeinthisway.Hehasbeenabletotellusmoreaboutactive
volcanoesthananymanalive.Lesson68Persistent纠缠不休Icrossedthestreettoavoidmeetinghim,buthesawmeandcamerunningtowardsme.ItwasnousepretendingthatIhadnotseenhim,soIwavedtohim.IneverenjoymeetingBertDykes.Heneverhasanythingtodo.Nomatterhowbusyyouare,healwaysinsistsoningwithyou.Ihadtothinkofawayofpreventinghimfromfollowingmearoundallmorning.'Hullo,Bert,'Isaid.'Fancymeetingyouhere!''Hullo,Elizabeth,'Bertanswered.'Iwasjustwonderinghowtospendthemorning--untilIsawyou.You'renotbusydoinganything,areyou?''No,notatall,'Ianswered.'I'mgoingto...''Wouldyoumindmyingwithyou?'heasked,beforeIhadfinishedspeaking.‘Notatall,'Ilied,'butI'mgoingtothedentist.''ThenI'llewithyou,'heanswered.'There'salwaysplenty
toreadinthe'waitingroom!'lesson69Butnotmurder!并非谋杀!Iwasbeingtestedforadrivinglicenceforthethirdtime.Ihadbeenaskedtodriveinheavytrafficandhaddonesosuccessfully.Afterhavingbeeninstructedtodriveoutoftown,Ibegantoacquireconfidence.SurethatIhadpassed,Iwasalmostbeginningtoenjoymytest.Theexaminermusthavebeenpleasedwithmyperformance,forhesmiledandsaid,'Justonemorething,MrEames.Letussupposethatachildsuddenlycrossestheroadinfrontofyou.AssoonasItaponthewindow,Iwantthecartobestoppedimmediately.'Icontinueddrivingandaftersometime,theexaminertappedloudly.Thoughthesoundcouldbeheardclearly,ittookmealongtimetoreact.Isuddenlypressedthebrakepedalhardandwewereboththrownforward.Theexaminerlookedatmesadly.'MrEames,'hesaid,
inamournfulvoice,'youhavejustkilledthatchild!'lesson70Redfordanger危险的红色Duringabullfight,adrunksuddenlywanderedintothemiddleofthering.Thecrowdbegantoshout,butthedrunkwasunawareofthedanger.Thebullwasbusywiththematadoratthetime,butitsuddenlycaughtsightofthedrunkwhowasshoutingruderemarksandwavingaredcap.Apparentlysensitivetocriticism,thebullfotallaboutthematadorandchargedatthedrunk.Thecrowdsuddenlygrewquiet.Thedrunk,however,seemedquitesureofhimself.Whenthebullgotclosetohim,heclumsilysteppedasidetoletitpass.Thecrowdbrokeintocheersandthedrunkbowed.Bythistime,however,threemenhadeintotheringandtheyquicklydraggedthedrunktosafety.Eventhebullseemedtofeelsorryforhim,foritlookedonsympatheticallyuntilthedrunkwasoutofthewaybeforeoncemoreturningitsattentiontothematador.Lesson71Afamousclock一个著名的大钟WhenyouvisitLondon,oneofthefirstthingsyouwillseeisBigBen,thefamousclockwhichcanbeheardallovertheworldonthe.IftheHousesofParliamenthadhotbeenburneddownin1834,thegreatclockwouldneverhavebeenerected.BigBentakesitsnamefromSirBenjaminHallwhowasresponsibleforthemakingoftheclockwhenthenewHousesofParliamentwerebeingbuilt.Itisnotonlyofimmensesize,butisextremelyaccurateaswell.OfficialsfromGreenwichObservatoryhavetheclockcheckedtwiceaday.Onthe.youcanheartheclockwhenitisactuallystrikingbecausemicrophonesareconnectedtotheclocktower.BigBenhasrarelygonewrong.Once,however,itfailedtogivethecorrecttime.Apainterwhohadbeen
workingonthetowerhungapotofpaintononeofthehandsandsloweditdown!Lesson72AcarcalledBluebird“蓝鸟”汽车Thegreatracingdriver,SirMalcolmCampbell,wasthefirstmantodriveatover300milesperhour.HesetupanewworldrecordinSeptember1935atBonnevilleSaltFlats,Utah.Bluebird,thecarhewasdriving,hadbeenspeciallybuiltforhim.Itwasover30feetinlengthandhada2500horse-powerengine.AlthoughCampbellreachedaspeedofover304milesperhour,hehadgreatdifficultyincontrollingthecarbecauseatyreburstduringthefirstrun.Afterhisattempt,Campbellwasdisappointedtolearnthathisaveragespeedhadbeen299milesperhour.However,afewdayslater,hewastoldthatamistakehadbeenmade.Hisaveragespeedhadbeen301milesperhour.Sincethattime,racingdrivershavereachedspeedsofover
400milesanhour.Followinghisfather'sfootstepsmanyyearslater,SirMalcolm'sson,Donald,alsosetupaworldrecord.Likehisfather,hewasdrivingacarcalledBluebird.Lesson73Therecord-holder纪录保持者Littleboyswhoplaytruantfromschoolareunimaginative.Aquietday'sfishing,oreighthoursinacinemaseeingthesamefilmoverandoveragain,isusuallyasfarastheyget.Theyhaveallbeenputtoshamebyaboywho,whileplayingtruant,travelled1600miles.Hehitch-hikedtoDoverand,towardsevening,wentintoaboattofindsomewheretosleep.Whenhewokeupnextmorning,hediscoveredthattheboathad,inthemeantime,travelledtoCalais.Noonenoticedtheboyashecreptoff.Fromthere,hehitch-hikedtoParisinalorry.Thedrivergavehimafewbiscuitsandacupofcoffeeandlefthimjustoutsidethecity.ThenextcartheboystoppeddidnottakehimintothecentreofParisashehopeditwould,buttoPerpignanontheFrench-Spanishborder.TherehewaspickedupbyapolicemanandsentbacktoEnglandbythelocalauthorities.Hehassurelysetuparecordforthethousandsofboyswhodreamofevadingschool.Lesson74Outofthelimelight舞台之外Anancientbusstoppedbyadryriverbedandapartyoffamousactorsandactressesgotoff.Dressedindarkglassesandoldclothes,theyhadtakenspecialprecautionssothatnooneshouldrecognizethem.Butastheysoondiscovered,disguisescansometimesbetooperfect.'Thisisawonderfulplaceforapiic,'saidGloriaGleam.'Itcouldn'tbebetter,Gloria,'BrinksleyMeersagreed.'Nonewspapermen,nofilmfans!Whydon'tweemoreoften?'Meanwhile,twootheractors,RockwallSlingerandMerlinGreeves,
hadcarriedtwolargefoodbasketstoashadyspotundersometrees.Whentheyhadallmadethemselvesfortable,astrangerappeared.Helookedveryangry.'Nowyougutoutofhere,allofyou!'heshouted:'I'msheriffhere.Doyouseethatnotice?Itsays"NoCamping"-incaseyoucan'tread!''Look,sheriff,'saidRockwall,'don'tbetoohardonus.I'mRockwallSlingerandthisisMerlinGreeves.''Oh,isit?'saidthesheriffwithasneer.'Well,I'mBrinksleyMeers,andmyothernameisGloriaGleam.Nowyougetoutofherefast!'lesson75SOS呼救信号Whenalightpassengerplaneflewoffcoursesometimeago,itcrashedinthemountainsanditspilotwaskilled.Theonlypassengers,ayoungwomanandhertwobabydaughters,wereunhurt.Itwasthemiddleofwinter.Snowlaythickontheground.Thewomanknewthatthenearestvillagewas
milesaway.Whenitgrewdark.sheturnedasuitcaseintoabedandputthe
groundoverthedesolatehills.Winterwasingonandthehillsthreatenedthesurroundingvillageswithdestruction,forheavyrainwouldnotonlywashawaythesoilbutwouldcauseseriousfloodsaswell.Whenthefirehadatlastbeenputout,theforestauthoritiesorderedseveraltonsofaspecialtypeofgrass-seedwhichwouldgrowquickly.Theseedwassprayedoverthegroundinhugequantitiesbyaeroplanes.Theplaneshadbeenplantingseedfornearlyamonthwhenitbegantorain.Bythen,however,inmanyplacesthegrasshadalreadytakenroot.Inplaceofthegreattreeswhichhadbeengrowingthereforcenturies,patchesofgreenhadbeguntoappearintheblackenedsoil.Lesson63Shewasnotamused她并不觉得好笑GeoffreyHampdenhasalargecircleoffriendsandisverypopularatparties.Everybodyadmireshimforhisfinesenseofhumor--everybody,
thatis,excepthissix-year-olddaughter,Jenny.Recently,oneofGeoffrey'sclosestfriendsaskedhimtomakeaspeechataweddingreception.ThisisthesortofthingthatGeoffreyloves.HepreparedthespeechcarefullyandwenttotheweddingwithJenny.Hehadincludedalargenumberoffunnystoriesinthespeechand,ofcourse,itwasagreatsuccess.Assoonashehadfinished,Jennytoldhimshewantedtogohome.Geoffreywasalittledisappointedbythisbuthedidashisdaughterasked.Onthewayhome,heaskedJennyifshehadenjoyedthespeech.Tohissurprise,shesaidshehadn't.Geoffreyaskedherwhythiswassoandshetoldhimthatshedidnotliketoseesomanypeoplelaughingathim!Lesson64TheChannelTunnel海峡隧道Inl858,aFrenchengineer,AimeThomedeGamond,arrivedinEnglandwithaplanforatwenty-onemiletunnelacross
theEnglishChannel.HesaidthatitwouldbepossibletobuildaplatforminthecentreoftheChannel.Thisplatformwouldserveasaportandarailwaystation.Thetunnelwouldbewell-ventilatediftallchimneyswerebuiltabovesea-level.In1860,abetterplanwasputforwardbyanEnglishman,WilliamLow.Hesuggestedthatadoublerailwaytunnelshouldbebuilt.Thiswouldsolvetheproblemofventilation,forifatrainenteredthistunnel,itwoulddrawinfreshairbehindit.Forty-twoyearslateratunnelwasactuallybegun.If,atthetime,theBritishhadnotfearedinvasion,itwouldhavebeenpleted.Recently,therehasagainbeengreatinterestintheideaofaChannelTunnel.Ifitisbuilt,itwillconnectBritaintoEuropeforthefirsttimeinhistory.Lesson65Jumboversusthepolice小象对警察LastChristmas,thecircusowner,JimmyGates,
decidedtotakesomepresentstoachildren'shospital.DressedupasFatherChristmasandacpaniedbya'guardofhonour'ofsixprettygirls,hesetoffdownthemainstreetofthecityridingababyelephantcalledJumbo.He,shouldhaveknownthatthepolicewouldneverallowthissortofthing.ApolicemanapproachedJimmyandtoldhimheoughttohavegonealongaside-streetasJumbowasholdingupthetraffic.ThoughJimmyagreedtogoatonce,Jumborefusedtomove.Fifteenpolicemenhadtopushveryhardtogethimoffthemainstreet.Thepolicehadadifficulttime,buttheyweremostamused.'Jumbomustweighafewtons,'saidapolicemanafterwards,'soitwasfortunatethatwedidn'thavetocarryhim.Ofcourse,weshouldarresthim,butashehasagoodrecord,weshalllethimoffthistime.'Lesson66Sweetashoney!像蜜一样甜!TheHatheldPuffinisamodernaero-plane,butitsdesigner,MrJohnWimpenny,isfindingitdifficulttogetitofftheground.Thereasonforthisisthatthisplaneisalsoabicycle.Itspilothastopedalhardtogetitintotheair.AfterMrWimpennyhadtheplanebuilt,itwastestedthoroughly.In1961,itwasthefirstman-poweredaircrafttoflyhalfamile.Whilebeingflownbyachampionamateurcyclistin1963,theplanecrashedonanairfield.Sincethen,MrWimpennyhashaditrebuilt.Hehashadthelengthofthewingsincreasedsothattheynowmeasure93feet--almostaslongasthoseofaDakota.Manypeoplehaveshowninterestinthisnewandunusualsport.Butthoughaircyclistsmaylearnhowtoflyovershortdistances,andmay,eventually,evengetacrosstheEnglishChannel,itisdoubtfulwhethertheywillevercycleacrosstheAtlantic.Lesson67Volcanoes
火山HarounTazieffthePolishscientist,hasspenthislife-timestudyingactivevolcanoesanddeepcavesinallpartsoftheworld.In1948,hewenttolakeKivuintheCongotoobserveanewvolcanowhichhelaternamedKituro.Tazieffwasabletosetuphiscampveryclosetothevolcanowhileitwaseruptingviolently.Thoughhemanagedtotakeanumberofbrilliantphotographs,hecouldnotstaynearthevolcanoforverylong.Henoticedthatariverofliquidrockwasingtowardshim.Itthreatenedtosurroundhimpletely,butTazieffmanagedtoescapejustintime.Hewaiteduntilthevolcanobecamequietandhewasabletoreturntwodayslater.Thistime,hemanagedtoclimbintothemouthofKiturosothathecouldtakephotographsandmeasuretemperatures.Tazieffhasoftenriskedhislifeinthisway.Hehasbeenabletotellusmoreaboutactive
volcanoesthananymanalive.Lesson68Persistent纠缠不休Icrossedthestreettoavoidmeetinghim,buthesawmeandcamerunningtowardsme.ItwasnousepretendingthatIhadnotseenhim,soIwavedtohim.IneverenjoymeetingBertDykes.Heneverhasanythingtodo.Nomatterhowbusyyouare,healwaysinsistsoningwithyou.Ihadtothinkofawayofpreventinghimfromfollowingmearoundallmorning.'Hullo,Bert,'Isaid.'Fancymeetingyouhere!''Hullo,Elizabeth,'Bertanswered.'Iwasjustwonderinghowtospendthemorning--untilIsawyou.You'renotbusydoinganything,areyou?''No,notatall,'Ianswered.'I'mgoingto...''Wouldyoumindmyingwithyou?'heasked,beforeIhadfinishedspeaking.‘Notatall,'Ilied,'butI'mgoingtothedentist.''ThenI'llewithyou,'heanswered.'There'salwaysplenty
toreadinthe'waitingroom!'lesson69Butnotmurder!并非谋杀!Iwasbeingtestedforadrivinglicenceforthethirdtime.Ihadbeenaskedtodriveinheavytrafficandhaddonesosuccessfully.Afterhavingbeeninstructedtodriveoutoftown,Ibegantoacquireconfidence.SurethatIhadpassed,Iwasalmostbeginningtoenjoymytest.Theexaminermusthavebeenpleasedwithmyperformance,forhesmiledandsaid,'Justonemorething,MrEames.Letussupposethatachildsuddenlycrossestheroadinfrontofyou.AssoonasItaponthewindow,Iwantthecartobestoppedimmediately.'Icontinueddrivingandaftersometime,theexaminertappedloudly.Thoughthesoundcouldbeheardclearly,ittookmealongtimetoreact.Isuddenlypressedthebrakepedalhardandwewereboththrownforward.Theexaminerlookedatmesadly.'MrEames,'hesaid,inamournfulvoice,'youhavejustkilledthatchild!'lesson70Redfordanger危险的红色Duringabullfight,adrunksuddenlywanderedintothemiddleofthering.Thecrowdbegantoshout,butthedrunkwasunawareofthedanger.Thebullwasbusywiththematadoratthetime,butitsuddenlycaughtsightofthedrunkwhowasshoutingruderemarksandwavingaredcap.Apparentlysensitivetocriticism,thebullfotallaboutthematadorandchargedatthedrunk.Thecrowdsuddenlygrewquiet.Thedrunk,however,seemedquitesureofhimself.Whenthebullgotclosetohim,heclumsilysteppedasidetoletitpass.Thecrowdbrokeintocheersandthedrunkbowed.Bythistime,however,threemenhadeintotheringandtheyquicklydraggedthedrunktosafety.Eventhebullseemedtofeelsorryforhim,foritlookedonsympatheticallyuntilthedrunk
wasoutofthewaybeforeoncemoreturningitsattentiontothematador.Lesson71Afamousclock一个著名的大钟WhenyouvisitLondon,oneofthefirstthingsyouwillseeisBigBen,thefamousclockwhichcanbeheardallovertheworldonthe.IftheHousesofParliamenthadhotbeenburneddownin1834,thegreatclockwouldneverhavebeenerected.BigBentakesitsnamefromSirBenjaminHallwhowasresponsibleforthemakingoftheclockwhenthenewHousesofParliamentwerebeingbuilt.Itisnotonlyofimmensesize,butisextremelyaccurateaswell.OfficialsfromGreenwichObservatoryhavetheclockcheckedtwiceaday.Onthe.youcanheartheclockwhenitisactuallystrikingbecausemicrophonesareconnectedtotheclocktower.BigBenhasrarelygonewrong.Once,however,itfailedtogivethecorrecttime.Apainterwhohadbeen
workingonthetowerhungapotofpaintononeofthehandsandsloweditdown!Lesson72AcarcalledBluebird“蓝鸟”汽车Thegreatracingdriver,SirMalcolmCampbell,wasthefirstmantodriveatover300milesperhour.HesetupanewworldrecordinSeptember1935atBonnevilleSaltFlats,Utah.Bluebird,thecarhewasdriving,hadbeenspeciallybuiltforhim.Itwasover30feetinlengthandhada2500horse-powerengine.AlthoughCampbellreachedaspeedofover304milesperhour,hehadgreatdifficultyincontrollingthecarbecauseatyreburstduringthefirstrun.Afterhisattempt,Campbellwasdisappointedtolearnthathisaveragespeedhadbeen299milesperhour.However,afewdayslater,hewastoldthatamistakehadbeenmade.Hisaveragespeedhadbeen301milesperhour.Sincethattime,racingdrivershavereachedspeedsofover400milesanhour.Followinghisfather'sfootstepsmanyyearslater,SirMalcolm'sson,Donald,alsosetupaworldrecord.Likehisfather,hewasdrivingacarcalledBluebird.Lesson73Therecord-holder纪录保持者Littleboyswhoplaytruantfromschoolareunimaginative.Aquietday'sfishing,oreighthoursinacinemaseeingthesamefilmoverandoveragain,isusuallyasfarastheyget.Theyhaveallbeenputtoshamebyaboywho,whileplayingtruant,travelled1600miles.Hehitch-hikedtoDoverand,towardsevening,wentintoaboattofindsomewheretosleep.Whenhewokeupnextmorning,hediscoveredthattheboathad,inthemeantime,travelledtoCalais.Noonenoticedtheboyashecreptoff.Fromthere,hehitch-hikedtoParisinalorry.Thedrivergavehimafewbiscuitsandacupofcoffeeandlefthimjustoutsidethecity.Thenextcar
theboystoppeddidnottakehimintothecentreofParisashehopeditwould,buttoPerpignanontheFrench-Spanishborder.TherehewaspickedupbyapolicemanandsentbacktoEnglandbythelocalauthorities.Hehassurelysetuparecordforthethousandsofboyswhodreamofevadingschool.Lesson74Outofthelimelight舞台之外Anancientbusstoppedbyadryriverbedandapartyoffamousactorsandactressesgotoff.Dressedindarkglassesandoldclothes,theyhadtakenspecialprecautionssothatnooneshouldrecognizethem.Butastheysoondiscovered,disguisescansometimesbetooperfect.'Thisisawonderfulplaceforapiic,'saidGloriaGleam.'Itcouldn'tbebetter,Gloria,'BrinksleyMeersagreed.'Nonewspapermen,nofilmfans!Whydon'tweemoreoften?'Meanwhile,twootheractors,RockwallSlingerandMerlinGreeves,
hadcarriedtwolargefoodbasketstoashadyspotundersometrees.Whentheyhadallmadethemselvesfortable,astrangerappeared.Helookedveryangry.'Nowyougutoutofhere,allofyou!'heshouted:'I'msheriffhere.Doyouseethatnotice?Itsays"NoCamping"-incaseyoucan'tread!''Look,sheriff,'saidRockwall,'don'tbetoohardonus.I'mRockwallSlingerandthisisMerlinGreeves.''Oh,isit?'saidthesheriffwithasneer.'Well,I'mBrinksleyMeers,andmyothernameisGloriaGleam.Nowyougetoutofherefast!'lesson75SOS呼救信号Whenalightpassengerplaneflewoffcoursesometimeago,itcrashedinthemountainsanditspilotwaskilled.Theonlypassengers,ayoungwomanandhertwobabydaughters,wereunhurt.Itwasthemiddleofwinter.Snowlaythickontheground.Thewomanknewthatthenearestvillagewas
milesaway.Whenitgrewdark.sheturnedasuitcaseintoabedandputthe
目录
第一章总论...............................1
项目概况..........................................1
可行性研究报告编制依据及范围......................4
编制原则..........................................5
主要技术经济指标..................................6
研究结论与建议....................................6
第二章项目建设背景及必要性.....................9
项目建设背景......................................9
项目建设必要性...................................11
第三章建设条件、技术标准与建设规模.............14
建设条件.........................................14
主要建筑材料来源、供应情况及施工条件.............16
技术标准.........................................18
建设规模........................................19
第四章道路及配套工程..........................19
设计总则.......................................19
道路工程.......................................20
道路配套排水管道................................24
照明工程.......................................29
电信工程.........................................31
管道(线)综合...................................31
交通设施.........................................32
第五章亲水游道、湖岸整治及绿化景观工程..........32
亲水游道工程.....................................32
湖岸整治工程.....................................33
groundoverthedesolatehills.Winterwasingonandthehillsthreatenedthesurroundingvillageswithdestruction,forheavyrainwouldnotonlywashawaythesoilbutwouldcauseseriousfloodsaswell.Whenthefirehadatlastbeenputout,theforestauthoritiesorderedseveraltonsofaspecialtypeofgrass-seedwhichwouldgrowquickly.Theseedwassprayedoverthegroundinhugequantitiesbyaeroplanes.Theplaneshadbeenplantingseedfornearlyamonthwhenitbegantorain.Bythen,however,inmanyplacesthegrasshadalreadytakenroot.Inplaceofthegreattreeswhichhadbeengrowingthereforcenturies,patchesofgreenhadbeguntoappearintheblackenedsoil.Lesson63Shewasnotamused她并不觉得好笑GeoffreyHampdenhasalargecircleoffriendsandisverypopularatparties.Everybodyadmireshimforhisfinesenseofhumor--everybody,thatis,excepthissix-year-olddaughter,Jenny.Recently,oneofGeoffrey'sclosestfriendsaskedhimtomakeaspeechataweddingreception.ThisisthesortofthingthatGeoffreyloves.HepreparedthespeechcarefullyandwenttotheweddingwithJenny.Hehadincludedalargenumberoffunnystoriesinthespeechand,ofcourse,itwasagreatsuccess.Assoonashehadfinished,Jennytoldhimshewantedtogohome.Geoffreywasalittledisappointedbythisbuthedidashisdaughterasked.Onthewayhome,heaskedJennyifshehadenjoyedthespeech.Tohissurprise,shesaidshehadn't.Geoffreyaskedherwhythiswassoandshetoldhimthatshedidnotliketoseesomanypeoplelaughingathim!Lesson64TheChannelTunnel海峡隧道Inl858,aFrenchengineer,AimeThomedeGamond,arrivedinEnglandwithaplanforatwenty-onemiletunnelacross
theEnglishChannel.HesaidthatitwouldbepossibletobuildaplatforminthecentreoftheChannel.Thisplatformwouldserveasaportandarailwaystation.Thetunnelwouldbewell-ventilatediftallchimneyswerebuiltabovesea-level.In1860,abetterplanwasputforwardbyanEnglishman,WilliamLow.Hesuggestedthatadoublerailwaytunnelshouldbebuilt.Thiswouldsolvetheproblemofventilation,forifatrainenteredthistunnel,itwoulddrawinfreshairbehindit.Forty-twoyearslateratunnelwasactuallybegun.If,atthetime,theBritishhadnotfearedinvasion,itwouldhavebeenpleted.Recently,therehasagainbeengreatinterestintheideaofaChannelTunnel.Ifitisbuilt,itwillconnectBritaintoEuropeforthefirsttimeinhistory.Lesson65Jumboversusthepolice小象对警察LastChristmas,thecircusowner,JimmyGates,
decidedtotakesomepresentstoachildren'shospital.DressedupasFatherChristmasandacpaniedbya'guardofhonour'ofsixprettygirls,hesetoffdownthemainstreetofthecityridingababyelephantcalledJumbo.He,shouldhaveknownthatthepolicewouldneverallowthissortofthing.ApolicemanapproachedJimmyandtoldhimheoughttohavegonealongaside-streetasJumbowasholdingupthetraffic.ThoughJimmyagreedtogoatonce,Jumborefusedtomove.Fifteenpolicemenhadtopushveryhardtogethimoffthemainstreet.Thepolicehadadifficulttime,buttheyweremostamused.'Jumbomustweighafewtons,'saidapolicemanafterwards,'soitwasfortunatethatwedidn'thavetocarryhim.Ofcourse,weshouldarresthim,butashehasagoodrecord,weshalllethimoffthistime.'Lesson66Sweetashoney!像蜜一样甜!TheHatheld
Puffinisamodernaero-plane,butitsdesigner,MrJohnWimpenny,isfindingitdifficulttogetitofftheground.Thereasonforthisisthatthisplaneisalsoabicycle.Itspilothastopedalhardtogetitintotheair.AfterMrWimpennyhadtheplanebuilt,itwastestedthoroughly.In1961,itwasthefirstman-poweredaircrafttoflyhalfamile.Whilebeingflownbyachampionamateurcyclistin1963,theplanecrashedonanairfield.Sincethen,MrWimpennyhashaditrebuilt.Hehashadthelengthofthewingsincreasedsothattheynowmeasure93feet--almostaslongasthoseofaDakota.Manypeoplehaveshowninterestinthisnewandunusualsport.Butthoughaircycli
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