[00:06]The Internet -- and pressure from funding agencies, who are questioning
[00:11]why commercial publishers are making money from government-funded research
[00:15]by restricting access to it -- is making access to scientific results a reality.
[00:26]One of his legs has been amputated and he has not regained consciousness.
[00:31]He suffered what are described as "horrific injuries" to his lower body,
[00:36]and surgeons had to remove his bowel.
[00:45]If you do not believe the existence of these entities,
[00:49]better you believe to the Snow White tale.And please,
[00:53]wash your face with that wet towel. I am afraid that you need to wake up,
[00:58]at this hour.
[01:06]But what really marks her as an orphan of the current cacophonous scene
[01:11]is her beautiful sculpture. Fifteen examples of it, dating from 1961 to 1988,
[01:19]are the subject of a jewel-like exhibition, "Anne Truitt: A Life in Art,"
[01:26]at The Baltimore Museum of Art through April 19.
[01:34]Almost all of what is called behavioral science continues to trace behavior
[01:40]to states of mind, feelings, traits of character, human nature, and so on.
[01:52]If warmer relations with China enable the ex-communist countries of Europe
[01:58]to brace themselves better against a Russo-German squeeze,
[02:03]many may argue that this is a price worth paying.
[02:13.60]When I applied to colleges, I didn’t have the usual lists of
[02:17.45]reach and safety schools. I had only one school in mind:
[02:22.24]the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.内容来自 听力课堂网：http://www.tingclass.net/show-8124-238335-1.html