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  1. 夢野久作 『ドグラ・マグラ』 第13回

    夢野久作 作 『ドグラ・マグラ』 第13回

    第一回の発作 「呉一郎の談話」 「呉一郎伯母八代子の談話」 「松村マツ子女史談」

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  2. オールナイトニッポン0(ZERO) 12月14日(金)

    三四郎(小宮浩信/相田周二)、なかやまきんに君

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    #三四郎 #オールナイトニッポン #なかやまきんに君

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  3. PBT 09

    9 Now that we’ve all introduced ourselves to the new members, let’s get down to work. As the committee in charge of this year’s tree-planting project, we have several items on our agenda. First, we have to review the budget. The president has informed me that the trustees have set aside $3,000 for the purchase of trees and our environmental T-shirt sale netted a profit of $1,500. Second, we have to finalize the choice of trees. As you know, we’re working with Richardson’s Nursery again this year since everyone seemed pleased with the work he did for us last year. Mr. Richardson has presented us with several choices within our price range that he thinks would meet our needs. He’s sent us pictures of the trees for us to look at, but he wanted me to tell you that we’re welcome to visit the nursery if we want to see the trees themselves. Lastly, we need to plan some kind of ceremony to commemorate the planting. Several ideas, including a garden party of some sort, have been suggested. So let’s get on with it and turn to the first order of business.

    【生词摘录】 1. item: n. [C]a single thing, especially part of a list, group, or set (尤指清单上、一群或一组事物中的)一项;一件;一条 2. trustee: n. [C]a member of a group that controls the money of a company, college, or other organization(公司、学院等的)理事,董事会成员 3. net: v. especially AmE to earn a particular amount of money as a profit after tax has been paid 【尤美】获得净收入,净赚 4. finalize: v. to finish the last part of a plan, business deal etc 使(计划、交易等)确定,最后定下 5. nursery: n. [C]a place where plants and trees are grown and sold 苗圃(garden center, BrE)

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  4. PBT 21

    21 Today we’ll examine the role that private transportation, namely, the automobile plays in city planning. A number of sociologists blame the automobile for the decline of the downtown areas of major cities. In the 1950’s and 1960’s the automobile made it possible to work in the city and yet live in the suburbs many miles away. Shopping patterns changed: instead of patronizing downtown stores, people in the suburbs went to large shopping malls outside the city and closer to home. Merchants in the city failed; and their stores closed. Downtown shopping areas became deserted. In recent years there’s been a rebirth of the downtown areas, as many suburbanites have moved back to the city. They’ve done this, of course, to avoid highways clogged with commuters from the suburbs. I’ve chosen this particular city planning problem—our dependence on private transportation to discuss in groups. I’m hoping you all will come up with some innovative solutions. Oh, and don’t approach the problem from a purely sociological perspective; try to take into account environmental and economic issues as well.

    【生词摘录】 1. namely: adv. used to introduce additional information which makes it clear exactly who or what you are talking about 即,也就是(说) 2. automobile: n. [C]AmE a car【美】汽车 3. patronize: v. formal to use or visit a shop, restaurant etc【正式】光顾,惠顾(商店、餐馆等) 4. desert: v. to leave someone alone and refuse to help or support them any more 遗弃,抛弃,离弃;to leave a place so that it is completely empty 舍弃,离开(某地) 5. rebirth: n. formal a change by which an important idea, feeling, or organization becomes active again【正式】(思想、感情、组织的)再生,复兴 6. suburbanite: n.[C]someone who lives in a suburb 郊区居民,住在郊区的人 7. clog: v. if something clogs a road, pipe etc, or a road or a pipe clogs, it gradually becomes blocked and no longer works properly 阻塞,塞在

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  5. PBT 02

    2 I hope you’ve all finished reading the assigned chapter on insurance so that you’re prepared for our discussion today. But, before we start, I’d like to mention a few things your text doesn’t go into. It’s interesting to note that insurance has existed in some form for a very long time. The earliest insurance policies were what we called bottomry contracts. They provided shipping protection for merchants as far back as 3000 B.C. In general, the contracts were often no more than verbal agreements. They granted loans to merchants with the understanding that if a particular shipment of goods was lost at sea, the loan didn’t have to be repaid. Interest on the loans varied according to how risky it was to transport the goods. During periods of heavy piracy at sea, for example, the amount of interest and the cost of the policy went up considerably. So, you can see how insurance helped encourage international trade. Even the most cautious merchants became willing to risk shipping their goods over long distances, not to mention in hazardous weather conditions when they had this kind of protection available. Generally speaking, the basic form of an insurance policy has been pretty much the same since the Middle Ages. There are four points that were salient then and remain paramount in all policies today. These were outlined in chapter six and will serve as the basis for the rest of today’s discussion. Can anyone tell me what one of those points might be?

    【生词摘录】 1. insurance: n. [U]an arrangement with a company in which you pay them money each year and they pay the costs if anything bad happens to you, such as an illness or an accident 保险;the money that you pay regularly to an insurance company 保险费;the business of providing insurance 保险业 2. bottomry: n. 船舶抵押契约(如船舶损失,则债务取消),冒险借贷 3. contract: n. [C]a formal written agreement between two or more people, which says what each person must do for the other 契约;合同 4. loan: n. [C]an amount of money that you borrow from a bank etc (银行等的)贷款 5. understanding: n. [C usually singular]a private, unofficial agreement(私底下、非正式的)协议,协定 6. interest: n. [U]a charge made for borrowing money(借贷的)利息[+on] 7. piracy: n. the crime of attacking and stealing from ships at sea 海上抢劫,海盗行为 8. cautious: adj. careful to avoid danger or risks 小心的,谨慎的,慎重的 9. hazardous: adj. 危险的 10. salient: adj. formal the salient points or features of something are the most important or most noticeable parts of it 【正式】显著的,突出的 11. paramount: adj. more important than anything else 至高无上的,最重要的

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  6. PBT 24

    24 Before we begin our tour, I’d like to give you some background information on the painter Grant Wood. We’ll be seeing much of his work today. Wood was born in 1881 in Iowa farm country, and became interested in art very early in life. Although he studied art in both Minneapolis and at the Art Institute of Chicago, the strongest influences on his art were European. He spent time in both Germany and France and his study there helped shape his own stylized form of realism. When he returned to Iowa, Wood applied the stylistic realism he had learned in Europe to the rural life he saw around him and that he remembered from his childhood around the turn of the century. His portraits of farm families imitate the static formalism of photographs of early settlers posed in front of their homes. His paintings of farmers at work, and of their tools and animals, demonstrate a serious respect for the life of the Midwestern United States. By the 1930’s, Wood was a leading figure of the school of art called "American regionalism." In an effort to sustain a strong Midwestern artistic movement, Wood established an institute of Midwestern art in his home state. Although the institute failed, the paintings you are about to see preserve Wood’s vision of pioneer farmers.

    【生词摘录】 1. stylized: adj. drawn or written in an artificial style, that does not include natural detail(绘画或写作)程式化的 2. realism: n.[U]the style of art and literature in which everything is shown or described as it really is in life 现实主义,写实主义(艺术、文学上的风格) 3. portrait: n.[C]a painting, drawing, or photograph of a person(人的)画像;照片;肖像[+of] 4. imitate: v. to copy something because you think it is good(认为是好的因而)仿效(某物) 5. static: adj. not moving, changing, or developing, especially when movement or change would be good 不动的;不变化的;不发展的;静(止)的 6. formalism: n.[U]a style or method in art, religion, or science that pays too much attention to established rules(艺术、宗教或科学的)形式主义 7. pose: v. to sit or stand in a particular position in order to be photographed or painted, or to make someone do this(为照相或画像而)(使)摆好姿势 8. regionalism: n.[U]loyalty to a particular region of a country and the desire for it to be more politically independent 地方分权主义 9. sustain: v. to make something continue to exist over a period of time 保持;维持;使…持续 10. artistic: adj. connected with art or culture 美术的,艺术的 11. pioneer: adj. one of the first people to do something that other people will later develop or continue to do 先驱,先锋,创始人

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  7. PBT 27

    27 It seems like only yesterday that I was sitting where you are, just finishing my first year of medical school and wondering if I’d ever get a chance to use all my new knowledge on a real live patient! Well, I have good news for you! You don’t have to wait until your third or fourth year of medical school to get some hands-on experience! The dean has invited me here to tell you about the university’s rural opportunity program. If you enroll in this program, you can have the opportunity this summer, after your first year of medical school, to spend from four to six weeks observing and assisting a real physician like me in a small rural community. You won’t have to compete with other students for time and attention, and you can see what life as a country doctor is really like. The program was designed to encourage medical students like yourselves to consider careers in rural communities that are still understaffed. It seems that medical students are afraid to go into rural family practice for two reasons. First, they don’t know much about it. And second, specialists in the cities usually make more money. But, on the up-side, in rural practice, doctors can really get to know their patients and be respected members of the community. I participated in the program when it first started and spent six weeks in a small rural town. Let me tell you, it was really great! I got to work with real patients. I watched the birth of a child, assisted an accident victim, and had lots of really practical hands-on experience—all in one summer. And to my surprise, I found that country life has a lot to offer that city life doesn’t—no pollution or traffic jams, for instance! My experience made me want to work where I’m needed and appreciated. I don’t miss the city at all!

    【生词摘录】 1. live: adj. not dead or artificial; living 活的;非人造的;有生命的 2. hands-on: adj. providing practical experience of something by letting people do it themselves 实际操作的,亲身实践的 3. enroll: v. to officially arrange to join a school, university or course, or arrange for someone else to 招(生),吸收(成员);注册(学习) 4. physician: n. [C]AmE formal a doctor 【美,正式】(内科)医生 5. understaffed: adj. not having enough workers, or fewer workers than usual 人员(配备)不足的,人手不够的 6. up-side: n. especially AmE the positive part of a situation that is generally bad【尤美】(不利局面中)好的一面,积极面 7. victim: n. [C]someone who has been attacked, robbed, or murdered 受害者;牺牲者 8. jam: n.[C]a situation in which it is difficult or impossible to move because there are so many people, things, cars etc close together 拥挤;堵塞 9. appreciate: v. to understand how good or useful someone or something is 欣赏;赏识;鉴赏

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  8. PBT 17

    17 Let’s proceed to the main exhibit hall and look at some of the actual vehicles that have played a prominent role in speeding up mail delivery. Consider how long it used to take to send a letter across a relatively short distance. Back in the 1600’s it took two weeks on horseback to get a letter from Boston to New York, a distance of about 260 miles. Crossing a river was also a challenge. Ferry service was so irregular that a carrier would sometimes wait hours just to catch a ferry. For journeys inland, there was always the stagecoach, but the ride was by no means comfortable because it had to be shared with other passengers. The post office was pretty ingenious about some routes. In the nineteenth century, in the Southwestern desert, for instance, camels were brought in to help get the mail through. In Alaska, reindeer were used. This practice was discontinued because of the disagreeable temperament of these animals. We’ll stop here a minute so that you can enter this replica of a railway mail car. It was during the Age of the Iron Horse that delivery really started to pick up, in fact, the United States transported most bulk mail by train for nearly 100 years. The first airmail service didn’t start until 1918. Please take a few moments to look around. I hope you’ll enjoy your tour. And as you continue on your own, may I suggest you visit our impressive philatelic collection. Not only can you look at some of the more unusual stamps issues, but there is an interesting exhibit on how stamps are made.

    【生词摘录】 1. on horseback: riding a horse 骑着马 2. ferry: n.[C]a boat that carries people or goods across a river or a narrow part of a sea 渡船;渡轮 3. carrier: n.[C]a company that moves goods or passengers from one place to another 运输公司 4. inland: adv. in a direction away from the coast and towards the center of a country 向内陆,在内地 5. stagecoach: n. [C]a closed vehicle pulled by horses that in former times carried passengers who paid to go to a particular place(旧时的)驿站马车 6. by no means: definitely not 决不 7. ingenious: adj. an ingenious plan, idea, invention etc is the result of clever thinking and new ideas, and works well (计划、主意、发明等)巧妙的,精妙的 8. route: n.[C]the way from one place to another, especially a way that is regularly used and can be shown on a map(尤指经常使用,可在地图上显示的)路线 9. reindeer: n. [C]a large deer with long wide horns 驯鹿 10. discontinue: v. to stop doing or providing something that you have regularly done or provided until now 中止,中断,终止 11. disagreeable: adj. not at all enjoyable or pleasant 令人不快的,不合意的,讨厌的;unfriendly and bad-tempered 不友好的,脾气坏的 12. temperament: n. [C,U]the emotional part of someone’s character, especially how likely they are to be happy, angry etc 气质,性情,性格,禀性 13. replica: n. [C]a very good copy, especially of a painting or other work of art(尤指艺术)复制品 14. bulk mail: the posting of large amounts of mail for a smaller cost than usual 大宗邮件寄送 15. impressive: adj. something that is impressive seems very good, large, important etc so that you admire it 给人深刻印象的 16. philatelic: adj. of or relating to philately or of interest to philatelists 集邮的

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  9. PBT 10

    10 Welcome to the Four Winds Historical Farm, where traditions of the past are preserved for visitors like you. Today, our master thatchers will begin giving this barn behind me a sturdy thatched roof, able to withstand heavy winds and last up to a hundred years. How do they do it? Well, in a nutshell, thatching involves covering the beams or rafters, the wooden skeleton of a roof with reeds or straw. Our thatchers here have harvested their own natural materials for the job, the bundles of water reeds you see lying over there beside the barn. Thatching is certainly uncommon in the Untied States today. I guess that’s why so many of you have come to see this demonstration. But it wasn’t always that way. In the seventeenth century, the colonists here thatched their roofs with reeds and straw, just as they had done in England. After a while, though, they began to replace the thatch with wooden shingles because wood was so plentiful. And eventually, other roofing materials like stone, slate, and clay tiles came into use. It’s a real shame that most people today don’t realize how strong and long lasting a thatched roof is. In Ireland, where thatching is still practiced, the roofs can survive winds of up to one hundred ten miles per hour. That’s because straw and reeds are so flexible. They bend but don’t break in the wind like other materials can. Another advantage is that the roofs keep the house cool in the summer and warm in the winter. And then, of course, there’s the roofs’ longevity—the average is sixty years, but they can last up to a hundred. With all these reasons to start thatching roofs again, wouldn’t it be wonderful to see this disappearing craft return to popularity?

    【生词摘录】 1. thatcher: n. [C]someone skilled in making a roof from plant stalks or foliage 盖屋顶者 2. barn: n. [C]a large farm building for storing crops, or for keeping animals in 谷仓,粮秣房,仓库,牲口棚;informal a large, plain building 【非正式】空荡荡的大房子 3. withstand: v. to be strong enough to remain unharmed by something such as great heat or cold, great pressure etc 耐得住,承受住(酷热、严寒、高压等) 4. in a nutshell: spoken used when you are stating the main facts about something in a short, clear way 【口】一言以蔽之,简括地说,用一句话概括 5. beam: n. [C]a long heavy piece of wood or metal used in building houses, bridges etc 梁,横梁 6. rafter: n. [C usually plural]one of the large sloping pieces of wood that form the structure of a roof 椽 7. skeleton: n. [C]the most important parts of something, to which more detail can be added later 骨架,框架;梗概,纲要 8. reed: n. [C]a type of tall plant like grass that grows in wet places 芦苇 9. straw: n. [U]the dried stems of wheat or similar plants that are used for animals to sleep on, and for making things such as baskets, mats etc 秸秆(如麦秆等) 10. colonist: n. [C]someone who settles in a new colony 开拓殖民地的居民,拓殖者 11. shingle: n. [C]one of many small thin pieces of building materials, especially wood, used to cover a roof or wall(覆盖屋顶或墙用的)木瓦;屋面板;墙面板 12. slate: n. [U]a dark grey rock that can easily be split into flat thin pieces 板岩,板石 13. clay: n. [U]heavy sticky soil that can be used for making pots, bricks etc 黏土 14. tile: n. [C]a flat square piece of baked clay or other material, used for covering roofs, floors etc(屋顶、地板等上用的)瓷砖,地砖 15. longevity: n. [U]formal long life 【正式】 长寿;technical the length of a person or animal’s life【术语】(人或动物的)寿命

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