[00:05]Now that the Common Market is a booming reality,
[00:08]it is customary to speak of a species of New European.
[00:13]It is no less customary to observe
[00:16]that the old nationalism still survives.
[00:24]Let's conjure up an imaginary Mr Big - someone
[00:28]who has an important job, and who earns 800,000 a year for it.
[00:35]Mr Big won't have a mortgage, because he'll have paid it off,
[00:39]but let's assume that he hasn't.
[00:45]And if that happened, would the angry local customers -
[00:50]hot enough to cook an omelet in December -
[00:53]storm the team offices with pitchforks?
[00:56]And the Lucas Oil Stadium boos of December turned to mighty roars.
[01:08]Native American languages are indeed different,
[01:12]so much so in fact that Navajo could be used by the US military
[01:17]as a code during World War II to send secret messages.
[01:26]Much of the language used to describe monetary policy,
[01:31]such as "steering the economy to a soft landing" or "a touch
[01:36]on the brakes," makes it sound like a precise science.
[01:46]"It would have been nice to see them roll out something really unique,"
[01:51]said Danny Sullivan, the editor of SearchEngineLand
[01:55]and a longtime Google analyst.
[01:59]"It is more evolutionary than revolutionary."
[02:07]The older women think it's something we shouldn't talk about.
[02:11]But we need hygienic sanitary products or somewhere
[02:15]to put the old rags; we need a good water supply
[02:19]and we need education for women.
[02:22]Young girls don't know what to do.They are very confused.
[02:31]"The initial fee is very close to what we first offered,"
[02:35]a club spokesman said. "Any subsequent payments
[02:39]are directly linked to the success of the player
[02:43]and that is satisfactory to us."
[02:49]A: Beijing is the axis of China in politics, culture, and economy.
[02:56]B: Yes, you're right.内容来自 听力课堂网：http://www.tingclass.net/show-8124-235381-1.html