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2017年10月20日 15:04:44 | 作者:爱问大全 | 来源:新华社
The pleasure and pain of shoes: something afoot at the Vamp;A穿鞋的苦与乐:维多利亚和阿尔伯特物馆发生的事情One of the first things you notice on entering the Vamp;A’s new summer exhibition Shoes: Pleasureamp;Pain are the ballet slippers wornby Moria Shearer in Powell and Press burger’s film The Red Shoes.一进入英国国立维多利亚与艾尔伯特物馆,第一眼看见的便是夏日展厅里的鞋子:那是莫伊拉·希勒出演鲍威尔和皮斯伯格的电影《红菱艳》时穿过的红色芭蕾舞鞋,那双红舞鞋展现了女主人公的苦与乐。Instead of being the usual confectionery pink, satin slippers appear to have been dipped in blood. In the Hans Christian Andersen story on which the 1948 film is loosely based, the heroine Karen is doomed to dance to her death for wanting to show off her new crimson shoes in church.和一般的糖果粉相反,那双绸子的鞋子似乎已染上了血的颜色。1948年的电影大体基于安徒生的故事,在教堂里想要炫耀她的新鞋子的女主角卡伦注定要跳舞直到死亡。Even after she hacks off her incessantly whirling feet, the bloodied stumps continue to caper. Likewise, Shearer, as Vicky Page, is danced to her death by her fidgety red slippers as a punishment for wanting both art and love, ballet and marriage. In both cases, the red shoes, which initially seemed to offer the fulfilment of female desire, turn out to be its fatal scourge.在她破解了不停地旋转的脚上(的魔法)之后,血迹斑斑的树桩仍然在雀跃。而且,就像是维基页面显示的一样,由于艺术和爱情,芭蕾和婚姻不可兼得,红舞鞋惩罚希勒跳到死。在这两种情况下,红舞鞋最初都似乎满足了女性欲望,但同时也是其致命的灾难。It’s a bit like that in real life too. The fashion for wearing ballerina slippers as streetwear, which crested a couple of years ago, appeared to offer the pleasing possibility of skipping insouciantly through summer, rocking an Audrey Hepburn or Amy Winehouse vibe.这也有点像真实生活中(的事情)。几年前街上流行前沿的时尚芭蕾舞鞋,似乎漫不经心地旋转中便带有奥黛丽·赫本或艾米·怀恩豪斯的气质,为整个夏日带来了快乐。But anyone who has tried wearing ballet flats all day, whether in Cannes or Camden, will know that they are not adapted to pavement living. Every single bit of grit makes itself felt through the flexible soles, so that after a couple of hours you start to resemble another of Andersen’s heroines, the Little Mermaid, whose every step cut her feet to bloody ribbons.无论是在戛纳还是在卡姆登的(典礼上),那些一整天都穿着芭蕾平底鞋的人,并不适应路面(的走路)。勇敢地穿上灵活的鞋底(的舞鞋),但几小时后,你开始变得像是安徒生的另一个女主人公,小美人鱼,她每走一步都将脚上的丝带染红。译文属原创,仅供学习和交流使用,不得转载。 /201507/384516In between running one of the world’s largest charitable agencies and acting as Microsoft’s technology advisor, Bill Gates manages to find a significant chunk of time to books, both long and short.在运转着全球最大的慈善基金会和担任微软(Microsoft)技术顾问的同时,比尔o盖茨还抽出大量时间阅读各种篇幅的书籍。Now Gates — who has been labeled a voracious er — has released a list of his favorite books of the year. Not all of them were released in 2014; some were published in past years, and one is still unreleased. All of the books, though, are standout s, according to the billionaire techie.作为一个如饥似渴的读者,盖茨列出了2014年他最喜爱的书籍名单。其中有些书并不是2014年开始发售的,有些是以前出版的,有一本则尚未出版。不过,用这位拥有亿万身家的高科技专家的话说,这些书都是非常出色的读物。Most are focused on business and the economy. While that wasn’t necessarily intentional, “that’s fitting in a year when Thomas Piketty’s ‘Capital in the Twenty-First Century’ put a big spotlight on inequality,” Gates wrote on his blog.盖茨推荐的大多是商业和经济类书籍,但并非刻意而为,“托马斯o皮凯蒂在《21世纪资本论》(Capital in the Twenty-First Century)里对贫富差距给予了强烈关注,在这样的一年里读这些书是很合适的,”盖茨在自己的客中如此写道。Here are Bill’s top five picks for 2014 (with extracts from his full review of each book).以下是盖茨在2014年最爱看的5本书(以及他对每本书的书评节选)。1. “Business Adventures,” by John Brooks1.《商业历险记》(Business Adventures),作者约翰o布鲁克斯Brooks’ collection was published in 1969 and remains one of Gates’ favorites. He re- it again this year, labeling it the “best business book I’ve ever .”约翰o布鲁克斯的文集出版于1969年,至今仍是盖茨最爱的书籍之一。今年他重读了这本书,并盛赞这本书是“我读过的最好的商业书籍”。“Shortly after we met, Warren Buffett loaned me this collection of New Yorker business articles from the 1950s and 1960s. I loved them as much as he did. Brooks’s insights about business have aged beautifully, and they are as true today as ever.”“我和巴菲特刚认识不久,他就把这本书借给了我。这本书收集了作者20世纪50至60年代在《纽约客》(New Yorker)杂志上发表的商业类文章。他和我都非常喜欢这本书。布鲁克斯的商业见解虽然年代久远,但是历久弥新。”2. “Capital in the Twenty-First Century,” by Thomas Piketty2.《21世纪资本论》(Capital in the Twenty-First Century),作者托马斯o皮凯蒂Piketty’s novel hit the shelves in August 2013 and sparked much discussion concerning income inequality throughout this year. Gates also got to sit down with Piketty after ing the non-fiction work to discuss the topic.皮凯蒂的这本著作于2013年8月上市,并在今年引发了关于收入不平等的热议。盖茨在读完这本纪实性著作后,还与作者坐在一起讨论了书中主题。“As I told him, although I have concerns about some of his secondary points and policy prescriptions, I agree with his most important conclusions: inequality is a growing problem and that governments should play a role in reducing it.”“我告诉皮凯蒂,虽然我比较关注书中一些次要观点和政策处方,但是我同意他最重要的结论:贫富差距是一个日趋严重的问题,各国政府应该有所作为,努力缩小贫富差距。”3. “How Asia Works,” by Joe Studwell3.《亚洲如何崛起》(How Asia Works),作者乔o斯塔威尔Studwell’s work, which was published in May this year, addresses how countries such as Japan, South Korea and China have continued to achieve high growth, and why other countries have failed to do the same.斯塔威尔的这部作品出版于今年5月,主要分析了日本、台湾、南韩和中国等亚洲国家和地区是如何持续实现高速的经济增长,而其他国家又为何无法振兴经济。“The agriculture section of the book was particularly insightful. It provided ample food for thought for me as well as the whole Agriculture team at our foundation. And it left us thinking about whether parts of the Asian model can apply in Africa.”“此书关于农业的章节可谓是真知灼见,为我和我们基金会的农业团队提供了充足的精神食粮,同时也启发我们思考:是否可以将部分亚洲经济模式用于非洲。”4. “The Rosie Effect,” by Graeme Simsion4.《萝西效应》(The Rosie Effect),作者格兰?辛溥生The only fiction work to make Gates’ list is a follow-up to Simsion’s “The Rosie Project.” The novel will be released on Dec. 31 this year, but Gates was able to snag an advanced copy from the author directly.这是盖茨书单上唯一的一本小说,是辛溥生所著《萝西的计划》(The Rosie Project)的续篇。该书将于今年12月31日正式出版,但是盖茨已经直接从作者手中拿到小说的预售版。“It’s a funny novel that also made me think about relationships: what makes them work and how we have to keep investing time and energy to make them better. A sweet, entertaining, and thought-provoking book.”“这本有趣的小说唤起了我对人际关系的思考:人际关系是如何建立起来的?我们要如何花时间和精力去改善这些关系?这是一本温馨、有趣并引人思考的书。”5. “Making the Modern World: Materials and Dematerialization,” by Vaclav Smil5. 《创建当代世界:材料及去材料化》(Making the Modern World: Materials and Dematerialization),作者:茨拉夫o斯米尔Smil’s books are a constant favorite of the Microsoft MSFT -1.50% founder — one of his books makes Gates’ list almost every year. “Making the Modern World” came out late last year and explores the global use of materials, from silicon to wood, and plastic.这位微软的创始人一直对斯米尔的书情有独钟—— 每年都会有一本他的书进入盖茨的书单。《创建当代世界》是去年出版的,探索的是从硅到木材再到塑料等材料的全球使用情况。“If anyone tries to tell you we’re using fewer materials, send him this book. With his usual skepticism and his love of data, Smil shows how our ability to make things with less material — say, soda cans that need less aluminum — makes them cheaper, which actually encourages more production.”“如果有人试图告诉你,我们现在用的材料减少了,就给他看这本书。这本书依然体现了斯米尔惯常的怀疑主义和对数据的迷恋。斯米尔在书中展示了,如果我们减少材料的使用(比如用更少的铝来生产易拉罐,)就可以降低成本,这实际上会鼓励更多的生产。” /201412/347710ARIES白羊Rams are fiery, impulsive and active, so to please the Aries in your life, try taking them on a date that is adventurous and fast-paced -- or short and sweet. Sports go over well, both playing and attending them. Spicy food or games of any sort will keep the Ram#39;s fires stoked. In the end, just keep in mind that people born under the Sign of Aries like physical challenges and are looking for a dating experience that will reflect that.羊儿热情冲动、积极活跃。因此要想取悦他们的话,你和他/她的约会一定要充满刺激,直截了当。一块去运动是不错的选择。另外,带他/她品尝辛辣的食物或是参与任何形式的游戏也很对羊儿的胃口哦。最后,一定要记住的是白羊座人喜欢能带来身体挑战乐趣的约会。TAURUS金牛Ready to spend some money? If you have a Taurus date, you#39;d better have a big pocket book or a rich imagination. Taureans like luxury, so do it up right -- expensive dinner, the theater, dessert and a foot massage might just earn you a permanent place on your Taurean#39;s calendar. If you don#39;t have the money, get creative- - make the experience feel rich, earthy and delicious.准备好花钱了吗?如果你想和牛儿约会,一定要有鼓鼓的钱包或是丰富的想像力喔。牛儿喜欢奢华的生活,因此,无论是价格不菲的晚餐、一部电影大片,还是餐后甜点和足底都会让她/他对你刮目相看。如果你没有经济实力的话,那就来点创意吧,一定要让对方觉得有意思才行。GEMINI双子The first step to keeping up with a Gemini date is to put on your running shoes. Ready for change, fast and furious? Gemini#39;s love variety and are the most curious Signs of the Zodiac. They want to be constantly stimulated mentally, yet they get bored quickly. So, take your Gemini out on an unusual date, or maybe a bunch of mini-dates, all in one night! Gemini#39;s enjoy literary events, intellectual events and unique experiences.和双子座约会的第一步是穿起你的跑鞋,赶紧大步追上这个善变的对象。因为双子座人是在整个黄道带里最富好奇心的星座。他们希望不断地得到精神刺激,但是很快又会厌倦。那么,和他/她的约会一定要与众不同,也许一个小型的烛光晚宴是个不错的选择。切记,双子座喜欢独特且有深度的约会。CANCER巨蟹Wait -- don#39;t take that Cancer date anywhere. Cancers are emotional, sensitive and somewhat domestic. This is your chance to get romantic and somewhat traditional, and have those efforts be truly appreciated. Don#39;t forget the rich fantasy life that the Crab in your life possesses -- put a little imagination into your efforts, whether that means more candles, incense and velvet table cloths, or perhaps a theme evening -- French food, movie and music.耐心等待吧,不要带蟹子去任何地方。巨蟹座人大都敏感多情,还有一点居家。如果你的约会兼具浪漫和传统的话,一定会让他/她很开心。不要忘了蟹子也爱做白日梦哦,那么在你的约会里加一点创意,比如多些蜡烛,熏香和天鹅绒的桌布都能给对方惊喜;邀请他/她去看电影和听音乐会也是不错的主意。LEO狮子To keep your Leo date happy, there had better be some drama in your evening. Your Leo date will love dressing up to the nines, and needs to have an engaging and social event to attend. Cultural events will be popular with the Lion in your life, as will gambling or anything exciting. The key to a successful date with a Leo is to make them feel like royalty.想让狮子开心的话,最好带他/她去看晚场的话剧。狮子座人喜欢把自己打扮地光鲜亮丽,这样可以在赴约时显得美丽动人。涉及文化或是任何令他/她感到兴奋的事都可以成为你与狮子座人约会的内容。与他/她成功约会的关键在于一定要让对方有居高临下的感觉。VIRGO处女The key to romancing a Virgo is simple elegance -- take your date out for a tasteful, stylish evening. But don#39;t be too spendy -- your Virgo will be embarrassed by splashy shows of money, and will be more impressed by value rather than amount. Also keep in mind that Virgo rules the house of health, so a date with physical activity (especially outdoors) will be a hit. Virgos also love animals, so a date that puts your Virgo in contact with them (like a trip to the zoo!) will earn you a smile.与处女约会的关键是要体现优雅-独特风格的晚宴最有可能俘获对方的芳心。但是不要太奢侈,处女座不喜欢随意挥霍钱财的人,他/她更容易被价值而不是数量所打动。还要记住的是,处女座人身处“健康宫”,因此与他/她的约会最好能涉及身体锻练(尤其是户外运动)。处女座人还很喜欢动物,带他们去动物园肯定也是不错的选择。LIBRA天秤Libra rules the House of Partnership, which means they tend to be socially inclined and more interested in other people than themselves. Your Libra will need you to have as much fun on your date as they are! Something social would be successful with a Libra date. Beauty and sensuality are important to Libras, so this is definitely the person for whom you want to bring flowers to the door.天秤座身处“友情宫”,这意味着他们很愿意结交朋友,并且往往对别人比自己的事情更有兴趣。你得想尽办法让秤子高兴。多一些社交活动肯定能让他/她满意。天秤座人天生爱扮靓,因此要是看到你手捧鲜花站在他/她家门口等待约会的话,肯定乐开了花。SCORPIO天蝎Mystery is the name of Scorpio#39;s game, so suspenseful games, movies or theater will be your ticket to a wonderful evening. In fact, holding one of those dinner mystery nights might be the perfect evening -- your Scorpio could act like someone else, figure out the mystery and spend some quality time with you -- all at once! Scorpios are also quite passionate, so don#39;t be stingy with affection when you are having a good time.蝎子喜欢神秘的事物。因此,晚上约他们去看一场充满悬疑的电影一定是件很美妙的事。实际上,与蝎子共享一个神秘的晚宴也是好的选择。天蝎座人充满热情,与他/她在一起时千万不要吝啬自己的感情哦。SITTARIUS射手How to make your Sagittarius happy? Spontaneous trips to somewhere unusual -- the beach, the desert, you name it. They also love physical activity in the outdoors, so asking them to go hiking or camping will make you get noticed and appreciated.怎样让射手座开心呢?带他/她去海滩、沙漠这样与众不同的地方旅行吧。他们也很喜欢户外运动,和你一起去郊游和野营一定让他们兴奋不已。CAPRICORN羯Capricorns can be conventional, but who said conventional couldn#39;t be fun? Your classic date will go over well with the Capricorn in your life, so relax -- flowers, dinner and a movie would make a perfect and comfortable evening. Whatever you do, the goat in your life will appreciate an experience that feels affluent but doesn#39;t cost a lot of money. Capricorns also enjoy a little one-on-one competition, so playing tennis or golf together might be just the ticket to romance after the game.羯座比较传统,但谁说传统的人就不能享受快乐呢?送鲜花、赴晚宴和看电影,这些浪漫的约会方式都很适用。无论你做什么,羯座人会为你精心的安排感到开心,但不要花太多的钱。羯座还喜欢一对一的方式,打网球或是高尔夫都是不错的选择喔。AQUARIUS水瓶Taking an Aquarius out could be the easiest or hardest dating experience of your life. Aquarians like anything different, new, technological or progressive. If you are feeling up for it, take your Aquarius on an adventure date -- windsurfing, hang-gliding or spelunking. Get creative, and don#39;t shy away from something intellectual -- your Aquarius will love you for it.与瓶子约会可能是你生命中最难也可能是最容易的事。瓶子喜欢新鲜、技术含量高的稀奇事情。如果你想讨好他/她,冒险刺激的约会是少不了的-可以尝试帆板运动、攀岩或山洞探险。只要是有创意,最好再带上点高科技的玩意肯定会让瓶子爱死你的。PISCES双鱼Pisceans are interested in everything that isn#39;t quite real. Any date that involves the arts, from painting together to attending the theater, will make your Pisces smile. Romance will be appreciated by this Sign, so try a beach picnic with wine and cheese or high-tea in a garden. Whatever you do, put a little magic into your date -- creating the right mood will romance your Pisces more than any money you spend.鱼儿对任何不太真实的东西充满了兴趣。任何涉及艺术,如画画和欣赏戏剧这样的活动都能得鱼儿嫣然一笑。这个星座的人喜欢浪漫,因此带上美酒和奶酪去海滩野餐一定会让他/她倍受感动。无论你做什么,在你的约会里加一点小小的创意也会让鱼儿开心不已。要知道在鱼儿看来,心灵的契合比物质上的宽裕更重要。 /201507/385800Men and women might wax lyrical about looking for someone who is kind, sensitive and funny. But a new study shows that when it comes to finding partners, the ded cliché seems to be true。无论男女都有可能诗意地幻想自己的另一半是一个善良、敏感而幽默的人。但一项最新研究发现:当人们在真正寻找另一半时,现实似乎又一次验了那些可怕的陈词滥调。A study published in the Journal of Evolution and Human behaviour shows what really matters to men is looks - while women want a man with a booming bank balance.The study asked hundreds of young men and women what mattered when choosing a partner. The categories were attractiveness, wealth, ambition, kindness and intelligence。在《进化与人类行为》上刊登的一则调查研究显示:男人择偶的关键是外表,而对于女人来说则更想要一个有钱人。这次调查面对几百个年轻男女发起,询问他们哪些因素可能影响他们对伴侣的选择,结果包括了以下几类:吸引力、财富、事业心、善良和聪明。And results shows men were overwhelmingly swayed by an attractive face and body, while women were hooked on wealth and ambition。调查结果显示,压倒性数量的男人都会被漂亮的脸蛋和身材所吸引,而对于女人来说她们则更关注男人的金钱和事业心。Professor Gad Saad, who co-authored the study with Tripat Gill, said the research seems to highlight how evolution has led us to this #39;irrational#39; decision-making。嘉德·萨阿德教授和特里帕特·吉尔合作完成此项研究,称这一研究正反映了自然演化是如何引领我们做出这种看似“荒谬”的决定的。Mr Saad said: #39;Choosing someone who might be a poor provider or an unloving father would have serious consequences for a woman and for her offspring.#39;萨阿德教授说:“选择一个穷困潦倒的人来养家糊口或者一个缺乏爱心的父亲,势必会对这个女人和她的孩子的生活造成严重的影响。”The survey, carried out at Concordia University in Montral, Quebec, Canada, gave overall descriptions of potential partners, along with positive and negative descriptions。本次调查在加拿大魁北克省蒙特利尔市的肯高迪亚大学进行,调查的内容是对你所期待的伴侣进行全面的描述,包括正面和负面双重描述。It showed that an attractive body and an attractive face were seen as more important to men, while earning potential and ambition were more important to women. Both said kindness and intelligence were equally important to both。调查显示长相和身材迷人对于男人择偶似乎更为重要,而对女人而言她们更在乎男人的收入潜力和事业心。然而无论男女都认为善良、聪明和以上两点同等重要。 /201507/386958

It#39;s the ;Dirty Harry; version of tech support. A Colorado Springs man was hit with a municipal violation after he ended a long-running battle with an uncooperative computer by blasting it eight times with a handgun Monday, police said.维修版《肮脏的哈里》日前在现实中上演。据警方透露,20日,科罗拉多州斯普林斯一名男子跟自己的电脑较劲了很久,还是没能修好它,一怒之下用手朝它连开8,因此违反了市政法规。Lucas Hinch, 37, was given a violation for discharging a weapon inside city limits, police said in a report titled, ;Man Kills His Computer.;当地警方在标题为“男子杀死电脑”的声明中表示,现年37岁的卢卡斯·辛驰违规在市区范围内使用武器。The police report said that Hinch ;was fed up with fighting his computer for the last several months; and shot it in a back alley behind his home just before 7 p.m., ;effectively disabling it.;警方声明称,辛驰过去几个月一直在跟他的电脑作斗争,他简直受够了,于是在晚上快到7点的时候,在家后面的小巷里朝电脑开,“将它打得稀烂”。Police public information officer Lt. Catherine Buckley said he shot the old Dell desktop machine with a Hi-Point 9 mm pistol.警方负责公共信息的长官凯瑟琳·巴克利中尉称,男子击这台老款戴尔台式机时,用的是半自动9毫米口径手。;He did tell us he thought it was okay because we are an open carry state,; Buckley said. But it is illegal in the city limits to discharge a firearm unless one is protecting life or property, she said. The violation would most likely result in a fine, Buckley said.巴克利称,“他告诉我们,他以为在本州公开佩是合法的。”但在本市范围内开是违法的,除非当事人是为了保护人身或财产安全,她说。巴克利透露,辛驰很有可能因他的不当行为而被罚款。The police department posted a photo of the blasted machine on its Twitter and Facebook pages.警方在其推特和脸书主页上贴出了被打烂的电脑的照片。 /201504/371601

The true nature of Vincent van Gogh’s death continues to be a topic ripe for mystery – after a leading forensics expert has claimed that the artist was murdered.在一位法医学专家声称画家文特森#8226;梵高是被谋杀之后,梵高之死的真相继续成为了谜团解密的热门话题。The Sunflowers painter died an agonising 29 hours after taking a bullet to the abdomen in a wheat field near Paris in 1890. On his death bed he apparently revealed he had shot himself.1890年,这位向日葵画家在陷入持续苦闷的29小时之后,于巴黎近郊的麦田里朝腹部开自杀。临终时分在床上,他说是他朝自己开了。However, Dr. Vincent Di Maio, an expert on gunshot injuries, has said that he be believes the wound was “not self-inflicted”.然而,伤专家文特森#8226;迪马尤士认为这伤口“不是自己造成的”。According to Vanity Fair, Di Maio, who was a key witness at the George Zimmerman trial, said that it was highly likely that Van Gogh “did not shoot himself”.根据《名利场》杂志的说辞, 迪马尤——这位乔治齐默尔曼试验的关键目击者声称梵高很有可能“没有朝自己开”。He made the claim in response to a request by Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith, whose biography of Van Gogh disputes the long-held suicide theory.这是他对于史蒂芬#8226;奈芬和乔治#8226;怀特#8226;史密斯请求的回应。奈芬和史密斯的梵高传记对于一直以来梵高自杀理论的主张提出了争议。In Van Gogh: The Life, a 960-page book published in 2011, the Pulitzer Prize-winning authors claim that the artist had been shot, possibly accidentally, by a couple of boys and that he had decided to protect them by accepting the blame.在2011年出版的960页的《梵高的一生》中,普利策的获奖作家们表示:这位画家很有可能是被两个男孩出于意外射杀的;为了保护他们,画家选择抗下责任。American academic John Rewald had talked of hearing local rumours about such a theory in the 1930s.在20世纪30年代,美国学者约翰#8226;瓦尔德曾表示听过该理论的当地传闻。But Naifeh and Smith were attacked for publishing their theory and in 2013 Louis van Tilborgh and Teio Meedendorp published a critical review in the Burlington Magazine, which reiterated the suicide narrative.但是奈芬和史密斯这套理论的出版受到了攻击,且在2013年,路易斯#8226;范蒂尔赫和提奥#8226;梅登多普在《伯灵顿》杂志中发表,重申了自杀论调。Following this, Naifeh and Smith asked Di Maio to compare the two accounts and put forth his opinion.由此,奈芬和史密斯请求迪马尤比较两者说法并提出自己的见解。Van Tilborgh and Meedendorp wrote that the son of the attendant physician at Van Gogh’s death bed, Paul Junior, said Van Gogh’s wound had a “brown and purple haloaround [it].”范蒂尔赫和梅登多普写道, 保罗二世——这位梵高临终床边医师随从的儿子说过,梵高的伤口周围有一圈“棕色和紫色的晕”。According to the authors, this meant “the gun must have been fired at very close range … and was caused by the bullet’s impact.”根据作者们所言,这意味着“开范围肯定是近距离的……而且是子弹冲击的影响。”But Di Maio said: “In fact, [the purple halo] is subcutaneous bleeding from vessels cut by the bullet and is usually seen in individuals who live awhile.但是迪马尤说道:“事实上,(紫色的晕圈)是子弹中伤血管后皮下流血造成的,而且常见于中后还留有一口气的死者。”“Its presence or absence means nothing.”“它存不存在并不能说明问题。”Meanwhile, he said the brown ring is “an abrasion ring and seen around virtually all entrance wounds”.与此同时,他说道棕色的晕圈是“擦伤晕圈,并且几乎所有伤口入口都有”。Di Maio also said that if Van Gogh did shoot himself there would have been “soot, powder tattooing and searing of the skin around the entrance”.迪马尤也声称:如果梵高没有自己开射杀自己,那么伤口入口就该是“被煤烟弄脏,出现粉末的纹身样,且入口处的皮肤是灼伤的”。He said: “These would have been grossly evident. None of this is described [in any of the forensic accounts]. This indicates the muzzle was more than a foot or two away (closer to two rather than one).”他说:“这些本该是充分的据。但没有一条在任何法医学条目中被描述出来。这说明了开点距离一英尺或者两英尺以外(更有可能是两英尺)。”In conclusion he said: “It is my opinion that, in all medical probability, the wound incurred by Van Gogh was not self-inflicted. In other words, he did not shoot himself.”在结论中他说道:“我的见解是这样的,在所有医学的可能性中,梵高的伤口不是自己造成的,换而言之。他没有朝自己开。”However, it may take more than Di Maio to sway academic opinion.然而,要去撼动学术界的观点,有了迪马尤的持还远远不够。A curator at the Van Gogh Museum told Naifeh and Smith in an email. “I think it would be like Vincent to protect the boys and take the ‘accident’ as an unexpected way out of his burdened life.梵高物馆的馆长在一封邮件中告知奈芬和史密斯,“我觉得很有可能文特森他为了保护男孩们,把这次意外当作自己不堪重负的一生所意想不到的终结。““But I think the biggest problem you’ll find after publishing your theory is that the suicide is more or less printed in the brains of past and present generations and has become a sort of self-evident truth. Vincent’s suicide has become the grand finale of the story of the martyr for art, it’s his crown of thorns.”“但是我认为你们会发现一个大问题:你们出版了自己的理论后会发现,自杀论或多或少已在过去人的脑海中根深蒂固了,并且通过代代相传成为了某种意义上不言而喻的事实。梵高的自杀已成为艺术殉道之路上伟大的终章,这是他的荆棘之冠。” /201411/345147

Argentinian travellers are the most likely to indulge in hotel misappropriation, a survey has suggested, with 73 percent admitting to taking items – not including toiletries – from their room.调查表明,阿根廷游客最喜欢从酒店顺东西——73%的阿根廷受访者承认除了梳洗用品,他们还拿过酒店房间里的其它物品。British guests, in comparison, would appear far more reticent – with less than half of those surveyed owning up to pinching hotel property, putting them 16th out of 28 nationalities and regions to feature.相比之下,英国游客拘谨得多——不到一半的受访者表示曾在酒店偷拿物品,这个比例在28个受调查国家和地区中位列16。The global poll of almost 5,000 travellers, conducted by Hotels.com, found that Singaporean and Spanish holidaymakers are also rather prone to thievery, with seven in 10 taking items from their hotel. Germany, Ireland and Russia completed the top five.Hotels.com在全球范围对5000名游客进行了调查,结果显示,七成的新加坡和西班牙度假者也喜欢从酒店里偷拿物品,并列第二位。前五名还有德国,爱尔兰和俄罗斯。At the other end of the scale, Colombians were found to be the least likely to take something – just 31 percent admitting to bagging hotel property. They were followed by travellers from Norway, South Korea, Hong Kong and Denmark.而哥伦比亚游客是最守规矩的——仅有31%的游客曾偷拿过酒店的物品。其次还有来自挪威,韩国,中国香港和丹麦。The most common items taken by British travellers were stationary (20 percent admitted taking such items) and slippers (12 percent).英国游客最爱顺的物品是文具(20%的游客曾偷拿过)和拖鞋(12%)。Toiletries were not included, a spokesperson said, as “everyone takes these”. Indeed, the vast majority of hotels apparently expect guests to remove all the shampoo and shower gel.本次调查并不包括梳洗用品,因为调查发言人称,“那是人人都会拿的东西”。其实多数酒店不但不反对,反而很持游客带走卫生间的洗发水和沐浴露。As Jacob Tomsky, author of the best-selling Heads in Beds, a memoir of ten years spent in the hotel industry, explains: “No respectable hotelier is going to want to pry open your luggage and search for shampoo. We hope you take the amenities. We want you to use them later and think of us.”把十年酒店从业经验写成畅销书《酒店那些事》(“Heads in Beds”)的作者雅各布·汤姆斯基解释说:“优秀的酒店经理从不会检查旅客包里有没有偷藏洗发水。我们反而希望旅客能带走这些一次性物品,他们日后使用时还能想起我们。”Theft of other items is not acceptable, however. In Japan a few years ago, one hotel reportedly had a young couple arrested for running off with bathrobes and an ashtray, while a woman in Nigeria was sentenced to three months in prison for stealing two towels from the Transcorp Hilton Abjua Hotel. In the vast majority of cases you would be unlikely to end up behind bars, but do the same and you can expect to be blacklisted by the hotel, or to find an extra charge on your credit card once when you get home.除此之外,酒店的其它东西当然不可以拿。几年前在日本,一对情侣曾因偷了酒店的浴袍和烟灰缸而被捕。一名女士因在尼日利亚的阿布贾希尔顿国际酒店偷拿了两条毛巾而被判三年有期徒刑。当然多数情况下,偷拿一些酒店物品并不会坐牢,但可能会被列入酒店黑名单,或是等你到家时发现信用卡被额外扣款。 /201506/379463

Two social workers were walking through a rough part of the city in the evening.有两名社会工作者在晚上的时候 走过市区的简陋地方。They heard moans and muted cries for help from a back lane.Upon investigation,他们听到从后巷传来的求救呻吟声和很小的哭喊声。they found a semiconscious man in a pool of blood.他们发现有一个意识不清的人躺在血泊之中。;Help me,I#39;ve been mugged and viciously beaten ; he pleaded.他在恳求说:“救救我吧,我被人行凶抢劫,还遭到恶意痛打一顿。”The two social workers turned and walked away .这两名社会工作者转身离去。One remarked to her colleague: ; You know the person that did this really needs help.;其中一位向她的同事说:“你知道吧,于下这挡事的火才真 的需要协助呀。” /201503/361472

We take more photos of ourselves than ever - but it seems selfies are doing little for our self-confidence.我们给自己拍的照片比以往任何时候都多,不过看起来自拍并没有把我们的自信心提高多少。Women typically take and delete five pictures before settling on a selfie they feel comfortable posting online, a survey found.一项调查发现,女性每每需要拍摄并删除五张自拍照,才能最终拍出一张自己觉得舒的照片发在网上。And men are happy only on their fourth try.而男性则喜欢自己的第四张。Two in three women (64 per cent) feel anxious just having their photo taken, while looking at snaps on social media made 41 per cent feel bad about themselves, according to a survey of 5,000 people by market researchers OnePoll.OnePoll调查公司在对5000人进行调查后发现,2/3的女性(64%)一拍照就紧张,而观看社交媒体上的自拍照会让41%的人自我感觉糟糕。Of the children who were also questioned, which included 58 per cent who took selfies, 79 per cent said they were happy with the way they looked, 67 per cent thought they needed to look good.接受调查的儿童中有58%会自拍,79%的儿童对自己的长相很满意,67%认为自己需要看起来不错才行。ITV#39;s Good Morning Britain show, which commissioned the research, is encouraging viewers to share the first selfie they take on social media under the hashtag #SelfieEsteem.这项调查的委托方是英国独立电台(ITV)的“早安英国”节目,该节目鼓励观众在社交媒体上分享自己的第一张自拍照,并打上标签“#自拍尊严(SelfieEsteem)”。Jamelia, Nicky Byrne, Beth Tweddle, Richard Madeley, Piers Morgan, Nancy Dell’Olio, Rebecca Ferguson are among the celebrities backing the campaign.杰米利亚(Jamelia),尼基伯恩(Nicky Byrne),贝斯·特瓦迪尔(Beth Tweddle),理查德·马德里(Richard Madeley),皮尔斯·根(Piers Morgan),南希·德尔奥莉奥(Nancy Dell’Olio),丽贝卡·弗格森(Rebecca Ferguson)等名人都参加了这次网络运动。The survey also found a third of women were worried they were passing on body confidence issues to their children and 41 per cent of children did not think their mother was happy with the way she looked.这项调查也发现,1/3的女性担心她们对身体的不自信会传染给孩子,41%的儿童觉得妈妈对她自己的长相并不满意。It also found 15 per cent of women and 19 per cent of men had cropped, filtered, or retouched pictures of their children.调查还发现,15%的女性和19%的男性曾经对自己孩子的相片进行剪裁、加滤镜和后期润色。 /201504/371615

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