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Juliet Huddy: This is gonna fire me up. Alright! Tell me what you think about this. Married people can flirt, should flirt and in fact they should especially flirt with each other. Now let me tell you something, my husband was flirting with anybody I would not appreciate that, not the half husband. But Eve Marx is here, she is the author of a new book on flirting called "Read My Hips-the sexy art of flirtation"Juliet Huddy: Eve, please. You've a, if you have a husband, and he is flirting you, that's, that's a healthy thing?Eve Marx: I'm married, I like him to flirt. It makes me know that other women think he's cute.Mike Jerrick: Ok, any married people in the audience that agree with Juliet yet?Juliet Huddy: Totally mad! Isn't it a jealous crazy person? / I guess. Mike Jerrick: Don't be flirted with my man.Juliet Huddy: That's right!Mike Jerrick: It's ok for married people to flirt?Eve Marx: Yeah, they should flirt with each other, first of all....Mike Jerrick: Well, each other, I get that. But how about people at work? Eve Marx: Well, er, well, work, you know, that's a whole another subject, work.(What is it?) Let's not get work into that. I think that, you know, you should flirt just like you breathe (Yeah). It makes you feel better.Mike Jerrick: Yeah, you're cute.Eve Marx: So are you! Juliet Huddy: Oh, boy! She's married.Mike Jerrick: Where do you have it? Oh~I got her body language, she just flipped her leg by direction.(Then, that's...)Juliet Huddy: Oh, brother! Eve, very quickly, you've got, you've got some tips for girls, all sorts of funny little things in here. But one of the things that I've noticed you talked about the body language. It's serious, though ,I found myself the other night, talking to somebody, very cute. And I found myself when I was talking to him, I just touched, his arm, and then I thought...Mike Jerrick: You do that a lot. I've noticed, seriously.Juliet Huddy: Come on! Mike Jerrick: She will talk to you like this.Juliet Huddy: No, I don't (Oh~ yeah...) My guy don't do that to you.Mike Jerrick: Not to me, No. Eve Marx: As line, she is not going like this to you?Mike Jerrick: No, no she is not doing any of that. Look at her smile, it seems like, that's got to be the No.1 tip.Eve Marx: That's the No.1 thing, smiling. That's the No.1 thing.Juliet Huddy: What else, what else can people do? Ladies, do to attract to flirt? (to flirt...) And not not look promiscuous. Eve Marx: Well, I think, you know, everybody talks (No, not like a tart) a little bit about their hair toss. ...you know, the lip...Mike Jerrick: Oh~ you do that too. Juliet Huddy: I do not.Mike Jerrick: You do flip your hair.Juliet Huddy: No, I don't.Mike Jerrick: You do.Juliet Huddy: I do not. No, I don't. (You flip your hair )Eve Marx: Guilty.... You are you are guilty. what, you know, it's just your body language, the way that you are wiggling around like, also you don't wanna give away too much. If you really really like a guy, you might be giving yourself away by the way that you are sitting. (Yeah~) Things like that.Juliet Huddy: I'm not going to get into that one, these two...Mike Jerrick: All right. Ok! If you were to be able to then, what' the No.1 tip for a guy when he flirts if he is smiling...(Why you're askin' me? she wrote the book.) (er ~er~ er er er) smiling and flipping your hair, what can a guy do?Eve Marx: What can a guy do? When a guy is really interested (Ok, yeah), he usually leans forward.Mike Jerrick: Really?Eve Marx: Yeah!Mike Jerrick: And then, does,"Have you seen this?"Eve Marx: Yeah! Mike Jerrick:No, it's horrible, horrible, it's so not true.Eve Marx: No, actually, a lot of guys use as their flirtatious technique, they'll talk about vocations that they are taking,(Yeah) they'll talk about their car, they're selling themselves. Juliet Huddy: What about talking about you in the future, I mean, in his future? Is that a flirt tool?Eve Marx: Oh, forget it.Mike Jerrick: That's too much too fast. Eve Marx: Oh, my God! No, forget that.Juliet Huddy: No, that's key. (No) That shows that they are thinking about you as not just a ....Eve Marx: Is this the first 5 minutes?Mike Jerrick: In the first few moments? Do you...Eve Marx: No.Juliet Huddy: Not in a few. Not a hey. We are gonna have sex together, but, no, that's not the thing.Eve Marx: Hey, you look like to be a great father for my children...(No!), um, um...Mike Jerrick: No, but you do reveal a lot of yourself to a guy that you're interested in, I've noticed, when you were out.Eve Marx: Uh-oh.Juliet Huddy: Believe! (She is flushing.) No, no, no. I told you that I was gonna~ here is the key, this is the key, and I swear to you this works. When girls are too flirtatious, when they are too out there, I doesn't...it doesn't work. Sometimes it does, but just for the, the the quick thing. No, I mean...Mike Jerrick: What?!Juliet Huddy: I have no experience... Right, thanks...There we get. Not even the full proof plan is here. OK?Eve Marx: This is the flirtation you send to them.Juliet Huddy: You are standing in cross the room, you see a guy that you like, you do what you do a little eye-catch thing, and then you totally turned away for about 5 minutes, and then you just do a little eye-catch thing, and then you side away, and that works.Mike Jerrick: I got to tell ya, (What?)it does work. It did happen 15, 20 times with her. Juliet Huddy: Oh, come on.Mike Jerrick: No, no. It's true. It's so true. Juliet Huddy: I'm really not.Mike Jerrick: And isn't that...that is a technique. For guys, the joy is here, don't show too much attention to the woman. They kinda like that.Eve Marx: But there is also that sideways glance. Mike Jerrick: Yeah, that's what she's talking about, sideways glance.(Right. Right.)Juliet Huddy:Oh, my God.Eve Marx: Also, you know, here is another thing. You can use your chin as a pointer. Mike Jerrick: Your chin as a pointer?Eve Marx: Yeah! If you are interested in somebody, you kinda like...em~ And then you are being shy, and then you pull it back, and put your chin out...Mike Jerrick: That guy's got a chin out there is our stage manager. Get off the air. Thanks, Eve.Eve Marx: Thank you. Thank Mike.Juliet Huddy: Book again, it's called "Read My Hips-the sexy art of flirtation". It's cute. You gotta go out and get it. Mike Jerrick: Well, come around...200807/44959。

  • Go on, give it a try!继续,试试吧。Right, thanks. Ill try.好的,谢谢,我试试。Erm, excuse me Tom. Sorry about earlier.打扰了汤姆,我对之前感到抱歉。I’m a little nervous about leading this strategy thing and I would be most grateful if you could give me some help… please?关于负责这项计划的事我感到有点紧张,如果你能给我一些帮助的话,我会非常感激……拜托了。Of course Anna. Why didn’t you say, I’d be delighted.当然了,安娜。为什么你之前不说呢,我会很高兴的。I’ve lost count of the number of projects I’ve lead over the years.我都记不清这几年我都负责过多少这种项目了呢。Great, thanks. So… where do you think I should begin?太棒了,谢谢你。那么……我应该从哪开始着手呢?Well, give me a few minutes and I’ll just find some of the excellent work I did last year.给我几分钟,让我给你找找去年我完成的几项出色的项目。Basically, you’ll just need to copy it. Hold on…基本上你只要拿去复印一下就好了。等一下……Ah Anna… just popping out for some biscuits… err, how’s the stock management strategy coming along?安娜……出来吃点心吧……库存管理系统的方案你做的怎么样了?Oh very good Paul… actually, please could I ask you for some advice, please?一切顺利,保罗……不过,你能给我点建议吗?Yes of course… although I don’t know if I’ll be much use!没问题,虽然我不知道我的建议到底有没有用!… now where did I save those damn documents?我到底把那些该死的文件存哪了?I’m very grateful for this opportunity but I’m a little unsure of where to start.我很感激您能给我这次机会,不过我还不是太清楚到底该从哪开始。 /201702/483866。
  • White House Increases Presssure on Russia to End S. Ossetia Crisis白宫施压俄罗斯停止南奥塞梯冲突   The White House is increasing pressure on Russia to stop the escalating conflict in Georgia's breakaway province of South Ossetia. U.S. President George Bush is speaking out on the crisis while attending the summer Olympic games. 白宫加紧施压,敦促俄罗斯停止在格鲁吉亚要求分离的南奥塞梯地区正在升级的冲突。正在北京观看奥运会比赛的美国总统布什就这个危机发表了谈话。President Bush says Russia has gone too far, and must agree to mediate its differences with neighboring Georgia. 布什总统说,俄罗斯走得太远了,必须同意调解她跟邻国格鲁吉亚的分歧。In an interview here with America's N television network, the president says he was firm during a face-to-face conversation Friday at the Olympics with Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.  布什总统在接受美国国家广播公司电视采访时说,他星期五在奥运会上跟俄罗斯总理普京面对面交谈时表明了强硬的立场。"I said this violence is unacceptable," said Mr. Bush. "I not only said it to Vladimir Putin, I said it to the president of the country, Dmitri Medvedev." 布什说:“我对他说,这种暴力行动是不可接受的。我不仅对普京说了,也对俄罗斯总统梅德韦杰夫说了。”The conversation with Mr. Putin occurred just hours after Georgia sent troops into South Ossetia, and Russia responded with force. 这次交谈发生在格鲁吉亚派兵进入南奥塞梯,俄罗斯以武力作出回应几个小时之后。Since then, Georgia has pulled back its military units and called for negotiations. But there has been no response from Moscow, which has been bombing areas outside the perimeters of the breakaway Georgian province. 此后,格鲁吉亚撤回部队,并要求谈判。但是俄罗斯方面没有作出回应,并且一直在轰炸格鲁吉亚这个要求分离的省份周边的一些地区。Mr. Bush told N something has to be done to end the bloodshed. And he made clear he has told Prime Minister Putin and President Medvedev the next step is up to Moscow 布什指出,必须采取行动,制止流血。他明确表示,他已经告诉普京总理和梅德韦杰夫总统,下一步的发展取决于莫斯科。"I expressed my grave concern about the disproportionate response of Russia, and that we strongly condemn bombing outside of South Ossetia," he said.  布什说:“我对俄罗斯的过度反应表示了严重关切。我们强烈谴责轰炸南奥塞梯以外地区。”Meanwhile, the White House is using even stronger language in describing a conversation between Vice President Dick Cheney and Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili. 与此同时,白宫用更加强烈的言辞描述美国副总统切尼和格鲁吉亚总统萨卡什维利的交谈。A spokeswoman says Cheney stressed U.S. solidarity with Georgia - perhaps its closest ally among the former Soviet Republics. 白宫发言人说,切尼强调美国跟格鲁吉亚的团结。格鲁吉亚也许是美国在前苏联加盟共和国中最亲密的盟国。She says the vice-president told President Saakashvili that Russian aggression can not go unanswered. And she says Cheney repeated the warning given earlier by other administration officials - that Russia risks serious damage to its relationship with the ed States. 发言人说,切尼告诉萨卡什维利说,俄罗斯的入侵不会没有后果。她说,切尼重申了其他美国政府官员早些时候发出的警告,那就是俄罗斯面临严重损害与美国关系的风险。200808/45784。
  • BILL O'REILLY, FOX NEWS HOST: How do you assess President Bush's falling poll numbers? He's at the lowest level of his presidency now. Why do you think that's happening?CONDOLEEZZA RICE, SECRETARY OF STATE: Well, Bill, I'm not one who can assess poll numbers in American politics. I know that this is a president who has had to do a lot of very difficult things. He's had to deal with the largest terrorist attack on American soil, now the largest natural disaster in the ed States. And he's had to make some very difficult decisions. I do know that he is not someone who s the polls. And he will tell you that he's going to do what he thinks is right. But I'm really not competent to ...O'REILLY: Are you guys worry about it? Because you're a close adviser in addition to being secretary of State. And you see poll numbers fall that quickly, is it a concern?RICE: I think what will be a concern is where is this administration viewed in a few years in terms of what it's achieved.O'REILLY: All right. So you're going to tough it out and hope that history proves you correct.RICE: I think that's all an American president can do, because the American president can't the daily poll numbers. The American president can't the daily headlines when he's in the midst of historic changing events.O'REILLY: It's going to be fascinating to see how history unfolds on this. Now, 60 percent of black Americans, according to a new poll out today, say that race had something to do with the rescue effort in New Orleans, all right? Now you don't believe that...RICE: No, I don't believe that.O'REILLY: Right, obviously you don't. And I don't believe that either. But you know who Damon Wayans is?RICE: I do.O'REILLY: A very popular black actor and comedian. Comes out and blasts Bush. Kills him. All right. About Iraq and about a whole bunch of other things. I think that influences popular opinion in the African-American community against the president. Am I wrong?RICE: Well, I do think that there is a lot being said out there that is being said without people questioning the assumptions. I think there is a lot being said out there that is just patently not true, particularly if you know this president. But it's also an emotional time and people say all kinds of things.I happen to know this president. And I know how much he cares about equality in America. I know how much he cares that minority kids get a fair shake in the educational system. Many years ago I heard him say that he was concerned about the soft bigotry of low expectations and that he was going to do something about the fact that minority kids were in third grade not yet even ing at a third grade level. That's what he cares about. Because the president knows that we have had a history in which race has been sometimes a barrier to opportunity.O'REILLY: But he doesn't directly address remarks to the African- American community. For example, last night on "Talking Points Memo" here on this program, I laid out on the screen how much more the Bush administration has spent on poverty entitlements, which directly influence poor African- Americans, than the Clinton administration. We had it on the screen. And it's indisputable.But you don't hear Mr. Bush go out into Harlem or South Central and say here's what we're doing for you. Why don't we hear that?RICE: This is a president who is going to do what he thinks is right.O'REILLY: But why don't we hear that?RICE: Well, he does talk about the need for minority home ownership. He has put enormous amounts of money into community colleges and historically black colleges.I would hope, Bill, that people who report on issues would...O'REILLY: You know they're going to hose you.RICE: I would hope so.O'REILLY: You know this is the most anti — the press is the most anti Bush press I've ever seen in any administration, perhaps with the exception of Nixon.RICE: Well let me have my hopes that people are going to report this fairly. But let me just say right here that this is a president who has not only cared about minority empowerment, not only cared about equal opportunity for minorities, but he's done more than any president I can think of in recent years.O'REILLY: He's certainly spent more money. I don't know if it's done...RICE: For instance, standards for — so that school children are actually ing at the grade levels they're supposed to be at.O'REILLY: No Child Left Behind.RICE: No Child Left Behind. And I was asked a couple days ago, "Well, what do you say to foreigners who say, well, you have a race problem?" And I say, "Well, yes, indeed. We have long had a race problem. Everybody knows that."But you can not lecture about race when you look at the ed States. It has the most diverse cabinet in the world, the most diverse foreign service in the world, the most diverse business community in the world, the most diverse journalistic community in the world. This country has made enormous strides in race relations, and we've done it the right way.O'REILLY: One more question on this. Does it hurt your feelings that most black Americans don't like the president?RICE: No.O'REILLY: Do you take it personally?RICE: I don't take anything personally, no. No. But I do like to have an opportunity to talk to people about what this president has meant for the empowerment of black Americans.O'REILLY: Does it hurt your feelings when some anti-Bush people say that you're a shill for him and sold out your race?RICE: Oh, come on. Why would I worry about something like that? Bill, the fact of the matter is, I've been black all my life. Nobody needs to help me how to be black.O'REILLY: A bit later on, we'll talk with Secretary RICE about Iraq and Iran. And we hope you stick around for that. Coming next, 34 elderly people killed by Katrina flood waters while the owners of the nursing home left them, split leaving them to die. Follow up report after these messages.O'REILLY: In part two of our conversation with Secretary of State Condoleezza RICE, we zero in on Iraq and Iran.O'REILLY: Our military analysts, I think, are the best in the business here at FOX. And they think that this is now Vietnam in the sense that it's a war of attrition. That the al Qaida and the Sunni fanatics have said, "We're going to wear the ed States of American down, OK. We're going to bomb them down." Just like Ho Chi Minh did in Vietnam. And sooner or later, probably sooner, the American public's going to turn on the action and demand they pull out.The American public is now against the war, according to the polls. Is the war of attrition being won by the terrorists and the Sunnis?200807/44319。
  • UNHCR Gains Access to Buffer Zone in Georgia联合国机构进入格鲁吉亚缓冲区  The U.N. refugee agency says it finally has succeeded in entering the so-called "buffer zone" north of the town of Gori in Georgia. The zone is controlled by Russian military forces and has been out of reach during the past weeks due to the unstable security situation. 联合国难民机构说,他们终于成功地进入了在格鲁吉亚城市哥里以北的缓冲区。这个缓冲区由俄罗斯军队控制,由于安全形势不稳定,过去几星期来一直无法进入。The so-called buffer zone is a strip of land that borders Georgia and its breakaway region of South Ossetia. It is under control of the Russian military and during the past few weeks thousands of residents were forced to flee their homes after being attacked by marauding militia men, many reportedly from South Ossetia.  这个所谓的缓冲区是格鲁吉亚和分离地区南奥塞梯之间的地带。它在俄罗斯军队的控制下,过去几星期来,数以千计的居民在遭受民兵团匪的袭击抢掠后,被迫逃离家园,据报导,这些民兵有许多来自南奥塞梯。The area has been off-limits to the U.N. refugee agency until now. Spokesman William Spindler says aid workers who recently ventured into the area to assess the situation were disturbed by what they saw. 联合国难民机构直到现在才能进入该地区。难民机构发言人斯平德勒说,最近冒险进入该地区去评估局势的救援人员看到的景象触目惊心。"There is still a great deal of fear among the people currently residing in these villages," he said. "Beatings, looting and arson by marauding militias have created an atmosphere of fear and insecurity."  “住在这些村庄里的居民都胆颤心惊。这些民兵盗匪在村落里打人、抢劫和纵火,制造了恐慌不安的气氛。”"The destruction of buildings and houses is not as widesp as was initially feared and varies from village to village. In Karaleti, for example, our team counted 29 houses destroyed, out of some 600. In Kitsnisi, only a few buildings have been burned or bombed, while more material and psychological damage has been caused by lootings and destruction inside people's houses," he added.  “然而建筑物和住房的破坏并不像原先担心的那样广泛,而且各个村庄的情况都有所不同。例如,在卡拉勒梯,根据我们小组的点算,在大约六百栋房屋里有二十九栋房屋被毁。在基茨尼西,只有几栋房屋被烧毁或者炸毁,然而对人们住所内的抢劫与破坏却带来了更大的物质和精神损伤。”Spindler says the situation and the needs in the villages north of Gori are similar. He says all of the communities are largely dependent on agriculture for food and income. He says villagers told UNHCR up to 80 percent of this year's harvest is gone. 斯平德勒说,哥里以北地区村落的局势及需求基本相仿。他说,所有的社区多半依靠农业为生。他说,村民告诉联合国难民机构,今年百分之八十以上的收成都报废了。"This is due to restricted irrigation water coming mostly from South Ossetia and the fact that during the hostilities heavy military equipment passed through many fields damaging the crops," said Spindler.  斯平德勒说:“这是因为有限的灌溉用水多半来自南奥塞梯,而且在冲突期间重型军用设备碾过许多农田,毁坏了庄稼。”"In addition, there are still a lot of mines and unexploded ordnance littering the fields and gardens, preventing people from collecting the harvest. As the local gas pipeline is not functioning any longer, the villagers now rely on firewood, both for cooking and heating. As a result, the price of firewood has risen by 50 percent," he continued.  “此外, 还有许多地雷以及尚未爆炸的炮弹四处散落在田野菜园里,使得人们不敢前去收农作物。因为当地的天然气管道不再运作,村民都依靠柴禾煮饭取暖。结果柴禾的价格上涨了百分之五十。”Spindler says the UNHCR plans to conduct regular assessment missions to the buffer zone and to provide aid to the inhabitants. Since the situation has calmed down, he says a number of people who had previously fled have now returned to their homes. 斯平德勒说,联合国难民事务高级专员公署打算在该缓冲区开展常规的评估工作,并且向当地居民提供援助。他说,自从形势平定以来,许多原来逃离的人都已经返回家园。Based on first assessments, he says returnees to the villages in the buffer zone need rehabilitation and reconstruction assistance as many of their homes have been burned down or otherwise damaged. He says they also will need supplementary food and firewood. 他说,根据初步的估计,返回缓冲区的村民需要得到重新恢复和重建的援助,因为他们的住房有许多已经被烧毁或者遭到破坏。他说,他们还将需要得到食品和柴禾的补给。200809/49072。
  • The Palestinians have suspended peace negotiations with Israel in response to a deadly incursion into the Gaza Strip. More than 100 Palestinians, including many civilians, have been killed during the past two days. Two Israeli soldiers were also killed in the offensive, which was launched in response to Palestinian rocket attacks.  巴勒斯坦方面中断了与以色列的和平谈判,这是对以色列军队侵入加沙地带、造成人员伤亡作出反应。在过去两天里,有70多名巴勒斯坦人被打死,其中包括许多平民。也有两名以色列士兵在以色列为报复巴勒斯坦方面的火箭袭击而发起的攻势中阵亡。Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas announced the suspension of peace talks, accusing Israel of committing war crimes in Gaza. Palestinian chief negotiator Saeb Erekat said the Israeli assault on Gaza will only bring more violence. 巴勒斯坦民族权力机构主席阿巴斯宣布中断和平谈判,他指责以色列在加沙地区犯下战争罪行。巴勒斯坦方面的首席谈判代表埃雷卡特说,以色列对加沙的攻击只会引起更多的暴力活动。 "We believe that the international community must help us in acquiring and getting a cessation of hostilities immediately," said Saeb Erekat. 埃雷卡特说:“我们认为国际社会必须帮助我们,让有关各方立即停止敌对行动。” The Palestinian Authority was responding to anger which spilled on to the streets of the West Bank. 巴勒斯坦行政当局是对扩散到约旦河西岸大街上的愤怒情绪作出反应。Palestinians called for revenge, and in the biblical town of Hebron they clashed with Israeli troops, who fired tear gas, rubber bullets and live ammunition. A 14-year-old boy was killed. There were also protests in Lebanon. 巴勒斯坦人呼吁进行报复,他们与以色列军队在圣经提到的城镇希伯伦发生冲突。以色列军队发射了催泪瓦斯、橡皮子弹和实弹。一名14岁的男孩被打死。在黎巴嫩也发生了抗议示威。Arab states, the European Union, and U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon accused Israel of an excessive use of force in Gaza.  阿拉伯国家、欧盟和联合国秘书长潘基文都指责以色列在加沙过度使用武力。But the Israeli army kept up the pressure. In one air strike in Gaza City, missiles destroyed the office of Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh.  但是,以色列军队继续对巴勒斯坦方面施加压力。在对加沙市进行的一次空袭中,导弹摧毁了总理哈尼亚的办公室。Israeli spokesman Mark Regev says it is a legitimate response to daily Palestinian rocket attacks.  以色列政府发言人雷格夫说,这是对巴勒斯坦方面每天进行火箭袭击的正当反应。"If you think of how the people in southern Israel have been living with these missiles coming in day after day, week after week, year after year, our response has indeed been proportionate," said Regev. "We will act to defend our people."  雷格夫说:“如果想一想,以色列南部的人日复一日,周复一周,年复一年,一直生活在这些发射过来的导弹的阴影下,我们的反应确实是与之相称的。我们必须采取行动来保卫我们的人民。”The violence is casting doubt over President Bush's goal of a peace agreement by the end of the year. U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice arrives here later this week and will try to get the peace process back on track. 这次暴力行动使人们对布什总统在年底前达成和平协议的目标产生疑问。美国国务卿赖斯本星期晚些时候将抵达这里,试图恢复和平进程。200803/28299。
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