[00:06]The amounts are small and, so far, only found in a region of the atmosphere
[00:12]known as the free troposphere, at an altitude of two to five miles,
[00:18]but the development could complicate U.S. efforts to control air pollution.
[00:29]Telecommunications developments enable the sending of messages via television,
[00:35]radio,and very shortly, electronic mail to bombard people
[00:39]with multitudes of messages.
[00:46]Some economies, not all, will show contraction in aggregate supply.
[00:52]Down this context central-bankers must have precisition in the magnitude of
[00:59]contraction in supply of money to prevent a disaster.
[01:08]The test of any democratic society,
[01:12]lies not in how well it can control expression
[01:15]but in whether it gives freedom of thought and expression
[01:20]the widest possible latitude, however disputable or irritating the results
[01:25]may sometimes be.
[01:33]"About one-third of people at any one time carry this bacterium in their nose
[01:38]or on their skin," said a co-author of one study, Dr. Henri Verbrugh,
[01:45]a professor of medical microbiology at Erasmus University Medical Center
[01:52]in the Netherlands.
[02:00]Last Thursday, at a conference on aluminium smelting in Germany,
[02:05]environmental activists tripped the fire alarms. Later,
[02:11]they set off a deafening rape alarm in the main auditorium,
[02:15]and suspended it out of reach of the indignant organisers using helium balloons.
[02:30]The consensus is that domestic unrest and technical problems
[02:36]with the uranium enrichment programme have made the Revolutionary Guards
[02:41]which run it vulnerable to outside pressure.
[02:49]Left uncontrolled, the pain you thought was temporary can trigger
[02:53]a long-term chronic condition. It can also interfere with the healing process
[03:00]and lengthen your recovery time.
[03:06]A: What's wrong with your face?
[03:09]B: My failure in final test triggered a slap in the face by my father.内容来自 听力课堂网：http://www.tingclass.net/show-8124-237975-1.html