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A young woman who is a nursing student at Pasadena College has disappeared. She had just started her final semester, and was planning to graduate two weeks before Christmas. “She is one of our best students,” said Mrs. Nelson, an instructor. “It’s certainly very strange for her to miss class without calling in.”Annabelle Florence had just moved into a new apartment at the beginning of September. A few classmates had helped her move. After all the boxes, clothes, and furniture were in the new apartment, Florence treated her three friends to a fantastic dinner at Sur la Table, a local French restaurant. Dinner included a couple of delicious—and expensive—bottles of wine. Everyone hugged when the meal was finished, and Florence drove home by herself.She did not answer or return phone calls the next two days. “I talked to Sara and Jeri. Annabelle had not returned their calls, so I decided to go over to her new place,” said classmate Vicki. “When I got there, her car was in the parking lot. The roof was down on her Miata convertible. I thought that was strange, since it had sprinkled the day before.“Her apartment door was closed. After I knocked and knocked, I tried the door. It was not even locked. I walked inside, calling her name. There was no answer. I was getting very nervous, especially when I went into the bedroom and the bathroom. But no one was there. All her boxes were unopened, her clothes were still not hung up, and nothing was in the refrigerator.”The police are investigating. Florence’s credit card has not been used in the last two days, nor have any calls been made from her cell phone during that period. She is simply missing, with no signs of violence and no clues as to where she has gone. “It doesn’t look good,” said one detective. Article/201105/13474522Then the Israelites traveled to the plains of Moab and camped along the Jordan across from Jericho. 2Now Balak son of Zippor saw all that Israel had done to the Amorites, 3and Moab was terrified because there were so many people. Indeed, Moab was filled with d because of the Israelites. 4The Moabites said to the elders of Midian, "This horde is going to lick up everything around us, as an ox licks up the grass of the field." So Balak son of Zippor, who was king of Moab at that time, 5sent messengers to summon Balaam son of Beor, who was at Pethor, near the River, in his native land. Balak said: "A people has come out of Egypt; they cover the face of the land and have settled next to me. 6Now come and put a curse on these people, because they are too powerful for me. Perhaps then I will be able to defeat them and drive them out of the country. For I know that those you bless are blessed, and those you curse are cursed." 7The elders of Moab and Midian left, taking with them the fee for divination. When they came to Balaam, they told him what Balak had said. 8"Spend the night here," Balaam said to them, "and I will bring you back the answer the Lord gives me." So the Moabite princes stayed with him. 9God came to Balaam and asked, "Who are these men with you?" 10Balaam said to God, "Balak son of Zippor, king of Moab, sent me this message: 11'A people that has come out of Egypt covers the face of the land. Now come and put a curse on them for me. Perhaps then I will be able to fight them and drive them away.' " 12But God said to Balaam, "Do not go with them. You must not put a curse on those people, because they are blessed." 13The next morning Balaam got up and said to Balak's princes, "Go back to your own country, for the Lord has refused to let me go with you." 14So the Moabite princes returned to Balak and said, "Balaam refused to come with us." 15Then Balak sent other princes, more numerous and more distinguished than the first. 16They came to Balaam and said: "This is what Balak son of Zippor says: Do not let anything keep you from coming to me, 17because I will reward you handsomely and do whatever you say. Come and put a curse on these people for me." 18But Balaam answered them, "Even if Balak gave me his palace filled with silver and gold, I could not do anything great or small to go beyond the command of the Lord my God. 19Now stay here tonight as the others did, and I will find out what else the Lord will tell me." 20That night God came to Balaam and said, "Since these men have come to summon you, go with them, but do only what I tell you." 21Balaam got up in the morning, saddled his donkey and went with the princes of Moab. 22But God was very angry when he went, and the angel of the Lord stood in the road to oppose him. Balaam was riding on his donkey, and his two servants were with him. 23When the donkey saw the angel of the Lord standing in the road with a drawn sword in his hand, she turned off the road into a field. Balaam beat her to get her back on the road. 24Then the angel of the Lord stood in a narrow path between two vineyards, with walls on both sides. 25When the donkey saw the angel of the Lord , she pressed close to the wall, crushing Balaam's foot against it. So he beat her again. 26Then the angel of the Lord moved on ahead and stood in a narrow place where there was no room to turn, either to the right or to the left. 27When the donkey saw the angel of the Lord , she lay down under Balaam, and he was angry and beat her with his staff. 28Then the Lord opened the donkey's mouth, and she said to Balaam, "What have I done to you to make you beat me these three times?" 29Balaam answered the donkey, "You have made a fool of me! If I had a sword in my hand, I would kill you right now." 30The donkey said to Balaam, "Am I not your own donkey, which you have always ridden, to this day? Have I been in the habit of doing this to you?" "No," he said. 31Then the Lord opened Balaam's eyes, and he saw the angel of the Lord standing in the road with his sword drawn. So he bowed low and fell facedown. 32The angel of the Lord asked him, "Why have you beaten your donkey these three times? I have come here to oppose you because your path is a reckless one before me. 33The donkey saw me and turned away from me these three times. If she had not turned away, I would certainly have killed you by now, but I would have spared her." 34Balaam said to the angel of the Lord , "I have sinned. I did not realize you were standing in the road to oppose me. Now if you are displeased, I will go back." 35The angel of the Lord said to Balaam, "Go with the men, but speak only what I tell you." So Balaam went with the princes of Balak. 36When Balak heard that Balaam was coming, he went out to meet him at the Moabite town on the Arnon border, at the edge of his territory. 37Balak said to Balaam, "Did I not send you an urgent summons? Why didn't you come to me? Am I really not able to reward you?" 38"Well, I have come to you now," Balaam replied. "But can I say just anything? I must speak only what God puts in my mouth." 39Then Balaam went with Balak to Kiriath Huzoth. 40Balak sacrificed cattle and sheep, and gave some to Balaam and the princes who were with him. 41The next morning Balak took Balaam up to Bamoth Baal, and from there he saw part of the people. Article/200811/54801We all stayed that night at the house of Shaws. But while Alan and Torrance and Mr Rankeillor slept on the hard beds upstairs, I lay down on the kitchen chests,which now belonged to me. I, who had slept out on the hills for so many days and nights, was now the owner of a large house and several farms.那天晚上我们整夜都待在肖家大院。但当艾伦、托伦斯和兰基勒先生躺在楼上的硬床上睡觉时,我躺在厨房的柜子上,那些现在属于我了。这么多个日日夜夜我一直在山上露天躺着,而现在成了一幢大房子和几个农场的主人。My head was full of exciting plans and ideas,and I found it difficult to sleep.我脑子里满是令人兴奋的计划和念头,我发现自己难以入睡。The next day, while Mr Rankeillor and I were having breakfast together, I talked to him about Alan.第二天,当我和兰基勒先生一起用早餐时,我和他说起了艾伦。‘Mr Thomson is still in danger,’ said the lawyer.‘He must leave the country as soon as possible, and stay with his friends in France for a while. I#39;ll give you money to buy him a place on a ship. He#39;ll have to stay hidden until then.’“汤姆森先生仍然有危险。”律师说,“他必须尽快离开这个国家,和他在法国的朋友待一段时间。我将给你钱以便给他在船上买个舱位。在此之前他必须一直藏匿着。”‘And his clansman, James Stewart, who#39;s in prison?’ I asked.‘I know he didn#39;t kill Colin Campbell. I saw the mur derer! I must speak for James Stewart in court!’“还有他的同族人,詹姆斯·斯图尔特,即还在监狱里的那位呢?”我问。“我知道他并没有杀害科林·坎贝尔。我看到了谋杀犯!我肯定会在法庭上为詹姆斯·斯图尔特说话的!”‘My dear boy,’ said Rankeillor,‘it#39;s dangerous for anyone to speak for a Stewart in Campbell court. But you must do what you think is right. I#39;ll write you a letter to a good lawyer who will be able to help Mr Thomson#39;s clansman.’ He stood up.‘Well, I think that we#39;ve finished our business here. I must leave now,and go back to my work.“我亲爱的孩子,”兰基勒说,“每一个在坎贝尔族人的法庭上为斯图尔特人说话的人都会有危险的。但你应该做你认为对的事。我将为你给一个能帮助汤姆森先生的同族人的好律师写封信。”他站起来。“唔,我想我们在这儿的事已经结束了。我现在必须离开,回去做我的工作。Come and see me often, Mr David! Goodbye!’常来看我吧,戴维先生!再见!”Alan and I started walking towards Edlnburgh,while Mr Rankeillor and Torrance turned back to Queensferry. we talked about what would happen next. Alan was going to hide in the countryside near Edinburgh, until it was safe for him to take a ship to France.我和艾伦开始向爱丁堡走去,而兰基勒先生和托伦斯则折回昆斯费里。我们讨论接下来怎么办。艾伦将躲在爱丁堡城附近的乡下,直到他坐船去法国脱离危险为止。When I had found him a place,I would send him a message. Then I planned to go back to the High lands to help James Stewart return to his family.我为他在船上找到了地方时,我将给他送个信。然后我计划回到高地帮助詹姆斯·斯图尔特回到自己的家。Alan and I walked slowly. We were both thinking that soon we would have to leave each other. And we had been through so much together!We stopped when we came to the top of the Corstorphine Hill, and looked down at Edinburgh. We knew that this was the moment to say goodbye, but we stood there silently for a while.我和艾伦慢慢地走着。我们都想着不久后我们将各自离去。而且我们曾经在一起经历这么多事情!我们走到科西托芬小山的山顶的时候停了下来,俯瞰着爱丁堡。我们知道已经到了说再见的时候了,但我们在那儿静静地站了片刻。‘Well, goodbye,’ said Alan, and held out his hand.“好了,再见,”艾伦说着,并伸出了他的手。‘ Goodbye,’I said, and took his hand.“再见,”我说,并握住了他的手。Then I went off down hill.I did not look back at him,but I felt very miserable, and wanted to sit down and cry like a baby.然后我下山去。我没有回头看他,但我感到很难受,并想坐在地上像小孩子一样大哭一场。Edinburgh was full of noise and traffic and people, but I did not notice any of that. All the time I was thinking of Alan on the hill, and there was an ice-cold feeling inside me.爱丁堡声音嘈杂,车水马龙,人群熙攘,但我一点儿没有注意到那些。我一直想小山上的艾伦,心里感到冰冷。In the months that followed, I kept Alan#39;s silver button safe and often looked at it, remembering our escape through the heather in the wild Highlands. I felt proud to call Alan Breck Stewart my friend, and wondered if I would ever see him again.When I returned to the Highlands to help his clansman, James,I found that my adventures with the Stewarts were far from finished… but that is another story.之后的岁月里,我一直珍藏着艾伦的银扣,并且经常拿出来看一看,回忆着我们一起在荒凉的高地石南丛中逃跑的事。我为能把艾伦·布雷克·斯图尔特当自己的朋友而自豪,我不知道我能否还能再见到他。当我回到高地去帮助他的族人詹姆斯时,我发现我和斯图尔特人在一起的历险还远未结束……但那是另外一个故事了。 Article/201204/177012

5 My son is born第5章 我儿子的出生Next morning, Darnley came to see me. He was afraid.;What#39;s the matter,husband?;I said.;Why are you crying?;第二天早晨,达恩利来见我。他显得很害怕。“怎么了,丈夫?”我问道。“你干吗哭?”;Oh Mary, Mary!;he said. ;I#39;m sorry! I was wrong! I helped those men to kill Riccio, and now the Earl of Moray is back here with them!He hates me!I am afraid they#39;re going to kill me, and you too. Think of our child, Mary, here inside you!;“噢玛丽,玛丽!”他说。“对不起,我错了!我帮助那些人杀死了里奇奥,现在马里伯爵回来了,和他们在一起!他恨我!我怕他们会杀了我,还有你。玛丽,为你肚子里的我们的孩子想一想吧!”He took me in his arms again.I was very angry. I am sorry, James, that this man was your father. He was a stupid boy, not a man. He was tall and strong and beautiful but he could never think like a man or a king.他又一次抱着我。我很生气。很抱歉,詹姆斯,这人就是你的父亲。他是个愚蠢的男孩,不是个男子汉。他高大健壮又漂亮,可是他从来没想过要让自己像个男子汉或一个亲王。I said,; You know these men, Henry. What do they want?;我说,“你了解这些人,亨利。他们想要什么?”;They—they want our child, Mary. They don#39;t want us.They#39;re going to put you in prison. They don#39;t want you to be Queen—they want your child to be King or Queen. I—I don#39;t know what they want to do with me.;“他们——他们想要我们的孩子,玛丽。他们不要我们。他们要把你关进监狱,他们不想让你做女王——他们想让你的孩子做国王或女王。我——我不知道他们要怎样处置我。”;Perhaps they want you to be King, too, without me,; I said quietly. ;Then you can do what they say, like a little boy.;“或许他们也想让你做国王,而不要我。”我很平静地说。“然后你就按他们说的去做,像个乖男孩。”;Perhaps,Mary.They said that,yesterday.But now that Moray#39;s here—I don#39;t know. I#39;m afraid. Please help me!;He began to cry again.;What can we do?;“也许吧,玛丽。他们昨天是这样说的。不过现在马里回来了——我不知道。我很害怕,请帮帮我吧!”他又开始哭了起来。“我们该怎么办?”;We can run away,;I said.;We can leave Edinburgh quick-ly and quietly, before Ruthven and his men stop us. Be quiet for a minute. I want to think.;“我们可以逃走,”我说。“我们可以在鲁斯温和他们的人阻拦我们之前迅速而不声不响地离开爱丁堡。安静一会儿,让我想一想。”I walked up and down for two or three minutes, then I said:;Henry, go back to these men. Tell them—;我来来回回徘徊了二三分钟,说:“亨利,回到那些人那里去。告诉他们——”;No! Mary, please! I can#39;t! I#39;m afraid of them!;“不!玛丽,请别这样!我办不到!我怕他们!”;Listen to me,Henry!And try to be a man. Go and tell them I#39;m ill, because of the child.Say I#39;m not angry with them. Tell them anything—lie to them. Then,tonight, bring some men and horses here, behind the castle…;“听我说,亨利!试着做一个男子汉。去告诉他们,我病了,是因为怀的缘故。说我不对他们生气。再跟他们说些什么——骗骗他们。然后,今天晚上,带上这里的一些人和马,从城堡后……。” Article/201204/177137

By Shelley GollustBroadcast: February 27, 2005(THEME)VOICE ONE:I'm Ray Freeman.VOICE TWO:And I'm Shirley Griffith with the Special English program, PEOPLE IN AMERICA. Every week we tell about a person important in the history of the ed States.Today, we tell about Julia Ward Howe. She wrote one of the great songs of the American Civil War, the "Battle Hymn of the Republic."(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:Marching soldiers ... no end to the lines of soldiers marching across the land. They came from the northern states fighting to keep the Union together. And they came from the southern states fighting for a separate Confederate government that would protect their right to have slaves. In summer and winter, the fighting continued. The sun burned like fire. The soldiers marched on. The cold winter winds blew snow in their faces. The soldiers marched on.The ed States was a nation cut in two by a bitter struggle over slavery and a state's right to leave the Union. America's Civil War lasted four years. It destroyed the land. And it destroyed the young men of the nation.VOICE TWO:Many stories have been told about the soldiers of the Civil War. They have told of the soldiers’ fear and terror. . .their great and heroic acts. . .how they suffered and died. . .and how they sang before and after battle. One song, more than any other, caught the spirit of the Union soldiers of the North. The song is the "Battle Hymn of the Republic." Here is the first part of the song, sung by Odetta: (MUSIC)VOICE ONE:The words are religious. They are like a hymn, a song of praise to God. This is the story of the woman who wrote the song.(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:The place was Washington, D.C. The year was eighteen sixty-one. It was a wet winter night. There were thousands of soldiers in the city. The hospitals were full. The field of battle was just across the Potomac River in the southern state of Virginia.A woman lay asleep in her hotel room. She had had a long, hard day. She had come to Washington to visit the Union troops. The sight and sounds of the soldiers gave her no rest. Even in her sleep she seemed to hear them. She heard their sad voices as they sat beside their fires. She heard them singing. They sang a marching song she knew. It was a song about John Brown, an activist against slavery. The song told about how his body turned to earth in the grave. It told about how his spirit lived on.VOICE ONE:The woman's name was Julia Ward Howe. She was a writer and social reformer. She was born in New York City in eighteen nineteen. Her father was a wealthy banker. Julia married Samuel Gridley Howe. He was a reformer and teacher of the blind. Julia and Samuel Howe moved to Boston. Missus Howe raised five children. And she published several books of poetry.VOICE TWO:Julia Ward Howe and Samuel Gridley Howe were leaders in the movement in America to end slavery. They published an anti-slavery newspaper called the "Commonwealth."Missus Howe had met John Brown. Like him, she was an anti-slavery activist. She opposed those Americans who used black people as slaves. Unlike him, she did not approve of using violence to end slavery.In eighteen fifty-nine, John Brown tried to start a revolt of slaves. He led an attack on Harper's Ferry, a town in what was then the state of Virginia. [Editor's note: That area did not become the state of West Virginia until 1863.] The town had a factory that made guns for the army. It also had a storage center for military equipment. The attack on Harper's Ferry failed. John Brown was put on trial for treason. He was found guilty and was executed. Article/200802/28045

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