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“不可靠”怎么说 -01-7 00:: 来源: "这个人不太可靠"怎么表达?叫某人"不要那么坏"该怎么说?下文就来告诉你1. He is shaky.他不太可靠Shaky 是指"动摇,不稳定, 不太确定",通常就是指一个人不太可靠另外 shaky 也可以用来形容数据,比如教授在课堂上说"The data is shaky."意思就是"这些 data 怪怪的,不太可靠"Shaky 另外有一个惯用法:He has a shaky start. 就是说有人要上台报告准备却不够充分,以致一上去就开始紧张, 冒冷汗, 不知所云, 这种情况老美就会说"He has a shaky start. "或是另一个很意思很接近的说法:"He has a bumpy ride.". You are mean.你很坏Mean 这个词当形容词可以有两种解释,一种是指别人很坏,这种坏并不是说是坏人的"坏", 而是像有时候男生喜欢耍贫嘴,这种行为你就可以说他"You are so mean."另外一种 mean 则是解释成 "贱"我想就是指"行为很让人瞧不起", 比如说吧,有一只猫, 你拿东西给它吃, 它就过来跟你亲热, 你没东西给它吃它就躲的远远的, 这样的行为你就可以用 mean 来形容,你可以说"The cat is so mean. "有时候 mean 在口语中也可以当成 cool 的意思喔! 例如别人看到一辆很拉风的跑车, 他说, "Wow, look at that car, that is mean!" 在这里不可能说一部车很贱, 所以这个 mean 就是当成 cool 来解释(改编自:小笨霖英语笔记本 英语点津 Annabel 编辑) 怎么 不可 可以 meanExcellence is not an act, but a habitOur character, basically, is a composite of our habits. “Sow a thought, reap an action; sow an action, reap a habit; sow a habit, reap a character; sow a character, reap a destiny,” the maxim goes. Habits are powerful factors in our lives. Because they are consistent, often unconscious patterns, they constantly, daily, express our character and produce our effectiveness or ineffectiveness. As Horace Mann, the great educator, once said, “habits are like a cable. We weave a strand of it everyday and soon it cannot be broken.” I personally do not agree with the last part of his expression. I know habits can be learned and unlearned. But is also know it isn’t a quick fix. It involves a process and a tremendous commitment. Those of us who watched the lunar voyage of Apollo were transfixed as we saw the first men walk on the moon and return to earth. But to get there, those astronauts literally had to break out of the tremendous gravity pull of the earth. More energy was spent in the first few minutes of lift-off, in the first few miles of travel, than was used over the next several days to travel half a million miles. Habits, too, have tremendous gravity pull- more than most people realize or would admit. Breaking deeply imbedded habitual tendencies such as procrastination, impatience, criticalness, or selfishness that violate basic principles of human effectiveness involves more than a little willpower and a few minor changes in our lives. “Lift off” takes a tremendous eft, but once we break out of the gravity pull, our freedom takes on a whole new dimension. Like any natural ce, gravity pull can work with us or against us. The gravity pull of some of our habits may currently be keeping us from going where we want to go. But it is also gravity pull that keeps our world together, that keeps the planets in their orbits and our universe in order. It is a powerful ce, and if we use it effectively, we can use the gravity pull of habit to create the cohesiveness and order necessary to establish effectiveness in our lives. 375

打高尔夫球相关日常英语 -- :38:51 来源: 我想打高尔夫球Id like to play golf.Id like to play golf. (我想打高尔夫球)Who would you like to play with? (和谁打呀?)明天打高尔夫球,好吗?Would you like to golf tomorrow?Would you like to golf tomorrow? (明天打高尔夫球,好吗?)Id like to. (我挺想去的)How would you like to play golf tomorrow?Do you want to play golf tomorrow?Would you be interested in playing golf tomorrow?愿意和我一起打高尔夫球吗?Do you want to join me?Would you like to play golf with me?这附近有高尔夫球场地吗?Are there any golf courses around here?1个人多少钱?How much is it per person?1天多少钱?How much is it per day?此外还有其它的花费吗?Are there any extra charges?Is there any extra charge?我可以租用用具吗?Can I rent the equipment? *equipment 表示“用具,必需品”请帮我预约高尔夫球(请别人预约时)Please make a reservation golf.Would you make a reservation golf? (能帮我预约高尔夫球吗?)我想预约高尔夫球(由自己提出请求时)Id like to make golf reservations.要什么时间的?When would you like to play?When do you want to play?如果可以的话,请订这个星期五的This Friday, if possible.我们一共个人There are four of us.Four.我们几点开始?What time are we starting? 日常英语 英语口语

英语每日一句:Beauty is an attitude --1 :57:33 来源: Beauty is an attitude. It has nothing to do with age.   美是一种态度,与年龄无关 英语每日一句:Beauty is an attitude

  Everyday English每日话题:Camp -01-7 19::59 来源: Bobby: I love the end of winter.Kelly: Same here. What is your favorite thing about the end of the big chill?Bobby: The new green leaves, longer days and everyone is in a good mood.Kelly: I like the end of winter because it means that summer will soon be here.Bobby: You're a riot, Kelly. What will you do with your summer?Kelly: I usually go to Summer Camp. What about you?Bobby: Summer camp sounds like something kooks.Kelly: No way! I have met lots of really good friends at camp. I have been going each summer since I was about .Bobby: Sounds like it's about time to grow up!鲍比:我喜欢冬天结束了凯莉:我也一样寒冬结束了,你最喜欢的事情是什么?鲍比:新的绿叶子、白天变长了,而且每个人心情都很好凯莉:我喜欢冬天结束是因为这意味着夏天很快就来了鲍比:你真逗,凯莉夏天你做什么?凯莉:我通常去参加夏令营你呢?鲍比:夏令营听起来像是疯子们做的事凯莉:不可能!我在露营的时候结识了很多很好的朋友自从我十岁开始就一直每个夏天都去鲍比:听起来好像还没长大!----------------------------------------------------------------------------NEW WORDS(生词)1) Riot: someone very funny好玩的人:很有趣的人The comedian at the bar was such a riot - he had us laughing our heads off.酒吧里的那个喜剧演员可真好玩-他把我们逗得捧腹大笑) Kook: strange person, weird, unusual怪人,疯子:奇怪的人,怪异的,不寻常There were some real kooks at the Star Trek convention. Some had even dressed up like their favorite characters.在《星际迷航会上可真有一些疯子有些人甚至打扮成他们最喜欢的角色3) Summer Camp: place young people go during summer夏令营:夏天的时候年轻人去的地方My parents sent me to Summer Camp every year so that they could have some time to themselves.每年我的父母都送我去夏令营,这样他们就有些时间留给自己了Dialogue(对话) Jessie: Did your parents send you to Summer Camp when you were young?Tina: They sure did. They said they need some time to themselves.Jessie: Sounds like you were a trouble child.Tina: Not really. I liked going to camp.Jessie: I went twice, but I hated the food.Tina: I liked camp food, but then again, my mom was a terrible cook.Jessie: I wonder if there are camps older people?Tina: I think there are, but I wouldn't want to go!Jessie: Why not?Tina: Let me sing you a song about camp life!杰西:你小的时候你父母送你去夏令营吗?蒂娜:当然了他们说他们得给自己留一些时间杰西:听起来好像你是个问题孩子蒂娜:不是我喜欢去夏令营杰西:我去过两次,不过我讨厌那里的食物蒂娜:我喜欢露营的食物,不过话又说回来了,我妈妈的厨艺很糟糕杰西:我在想有为年长一点的人举办的露营吗?蒂娜:我觉得有,不过我不想去!杰西:为什么不去?蒂娜:让我给你唱一首关于露营生活的歌曲! 话题 每日 夏令营 鲍比

  Salt and Metabolism Just how salt became so crucial to our metabolism is a mystery; one appealing theory traces our dependence on it to the chemist ry of the late Cambrian seas. It was there, a half billion years ago, that tiny metazoan organisms first evolved systems sequestering and circulating fluids. The water of the early oceans might thus have become the chemical prototype the fluids of all animal life - the medium in which cellular operations could continue no matter how the external environment changed. This speculation is based on the fact that, even today, the blood serums of radically divergent species are remarkably similar. Lizards, platypuses, sheep, and humans could hardly be more different in anatomy or eating habits, yet the salt content in the fluid surrounding their blood cells is virtually identical. As early marine specics made their way to fresh water and eventually to dry land, sodium remained a key ingredient of their interior,if not their exterior, milieu. The most successful mammalian species would have been those that developed efficient hormonal systems maintaining the needed sodium concentrations.The human body, example, uses the hormones renin, angiotensin, and aldosterone to retain or release tissue fluids and blood plasma.The result,under favorable conditions, is a dynamic equilibrium in which neither fluid volume nor sodium concentration fluctuates too dramatically. But if the body is deprived of salt, the effects soon become dangerous, despite compensatory mechanisms. 070。

  In all societies, male and female roles are regarded differently. The mother role is universally carried out by women, which is biologically based. Roles defined by sex also characterize the economic sphere so that the tasks men perm are different from those women perm. This difference is not any outgrowth of the biological differences between men and women. A specific task may be associated with men in one society and with women in another. Milking herd animals, example, may be women’s task in some societies and a man’s task in others.   Males and females are each associated with different kinds of behavior. These concepts of male and female behavior extended to how people walk, sit, talk and dress. In our society, as in all others, men walk and talk in certain ways and until recently dressed very differently from women. In some societies, different spatial areas are associated with males and females. Women in many Middle Eastern societies are restricted to certain parts of the house and may only come into contact with the males who are members of their family. In such societies, the coffee house and the market are defined as male domains. In contrast, in some West African societies, women most often appear in the marketplace. Sometimes, men choose to carry out female rather than male roles. In some cases, some men dress like women and perm female tasks. On the other hand, females who carry out male roles usually dress and act like men. Because of women’s association with mothering and the home, women are associated with the domestic affairs and men are associated with the public affairs. In a number of New Guinea societies, men are associated with the men’s house in which they eat and sleep while women are associated with their own dwelling houses. In our own and other Western societies this division was true until the beginning of the th century. Politics, the courts, businesses, banks, and so th were male areas, and so too were the social clubs where real business was carried out. At the beginning of the th century, women began to question the assignment of the male and female role. They med social groups and began to demand the right to vote. They began to move into the business and professional worlds as well. Men regarded the women pioneers in this movement as very manlike. Even today women in business, law or banking wear very tailored, conservative suits to work. As these changes occur in female roles in contemporary American society, men are increasingly taking on child care and domestic tasks. 19

  电影:“首映”怎么说 -01-7 00:: 来源: 这两天柏林电影节正进行的如火如荼,很快在月5号,第79届奥斯卡奖也将拉开帷幕,最近关于电影的谈资还真不少小编特为大家准备了一些谈论电影的常用表达,供大家在闲暇时使用1. I've seen every good movie that came out this summer.我把在这个暑假里上档的每一部好电影都看过了Come out 这个片语常用来指电影、音乐、书本或是其它一般商品的发行或是推出上市例如,"I saw Spiderman the night it came out in theaters." (我在《蜘蛛侠这部电影首次上映时就跑去看了) 或是比方当别人问你知不知道某部经典名片 Casablanca,你可以回答他,"Yes. It came out when I was six-years-old." (知道,这部电影是在我六岁时上演的)另外有一个法语词 debut 老美也常用,意思就是"首次出现或是首映 (premiere) "的意思debut 是名词,所以我们可以这样用,"Did you see the debut of Spiderman?" (你有去看《蜘蛛侠的首映吗?) 另外它也常以 make one's debut 的形式出现,例如 "Spiderman made its debut on the Internet a day bee its official premiere." (《蜘蛛侠在电影院正式上演的前一天,就先在网络上首映了). I'd say it's worth renting (on ) but don't see it at the movie theater.租回来看看还可以,若是去电影院看那就不必了每次和老美聊到某一部电影时,通常最后不外乎会得出三种结论一是 awesome,太棒了,这部电影你非看不可,不然你就枉费此生了二是 terrible,大烂片,你还不如把钱省下捐给慈善机构吧第三种结论就是:It's OK. 还可以,但在家里看好像就可以了吧!这时你就可以接着说:"I'd say it's worth renting, but don't see it at the movie theater." 或是狠一点的讲法,"You don't want to pay money to see a movie version of a TV show, do you?" (你不会想花钱去看一些看起来像是电视节目档次的电影吧?)3. That movie was very touching.那部电影非常地感人我们要形容一部电影非常感人,可以说:"This movie was very touching." 或是说:"I was touched by this movie." 和 "The movie touched me." 等等都可以如果这部电影令人觉得很难过,会让人不自觉地掉下眼泪来,我们可以这样形容 "That movie was so sad." 或是 "I felt so sad when I saw this movie." 当然你要说 "I cried several times in the movie theater." 也可以啦,只是男生们可能会觉得这样会显得自己很没用如果你真的是哭得稀里哗啦,但又不想显出自己的没用,那就把责任推到电影头上吧!比方我们可以说一部电影是 tear-jerker,意味着它是观众眼泪催化器例如,"Titanic is definitely a tear-jerker." (《泰坦尼克号绝对是一部会让人看了掉眼泪的电影) 任何人看了 tear-jerker 而不哭,其人必不忠,不然就是泪腺无法分泌(改编自:小笨霖英语笔记本 英语点津 Annabel 编辑) 怎么 首映 电影 可以假如今天是我生命中的最后一天如果不是的话,我要跪倒在上苍面前,深深致谢I will live this day as if it is my last.And what shall I do with this last precious day which remains in my keeping? First, I will seal up its container of life so that not one drop spills itself upon the sand. I will waste not a moment mourning yesterday's mistunes, yesterday's defeats, yesterday's aches of the heart, why should I throw good after bad?Can sand flow upward in the hour glass? Will the sun rise where it sets and set where it rises? Can I relive the errors of yesterday and right them? Can I call back yesterday's wounds and make them whole? Can I become younger than yesterday? Can I take back the evil that was spoken, the blows that were struck, the pain that was caused? No. Yesterday is buried ever and I will think of it no more.I will live this day as if it is my last.And what then shall I do? getting yesterday neither will I think of tomorrow. Why should I throw note after maybe? Can tomorrow's sand flow through the glass bee today's? Will the sun rise twice this morning? Can I perm tomorrow's deeds while standing in today's path? Can I place tomorrow's gold in today's purse? Can tomorrow's child be born today? Can tomorrow's death cast its shadow backward and darken today's joy? Should I concern myself over events which l may never witness? Should I torment myself with problems that may never come to pass? No! Tomorrow lies buried with yesterday, and I will think of it no more.I will live this day as if it is my last.This day is all I have and these hours are now my eternity. I greet this sunrise with cries of joy as a prisoner who is reprieved from death. I lift mine arms with thanks this priceless gift of a new day. So too, I will beat upon my heart with gratitude as I consider all who greeted yesterday's sunrise who are no longer with the living today. I am indeed a tunate man and today's hours are but a bonus, undeserved. Why have I been allowed to live this extra day when others, far better than I, have departed? Is it that they have accomplished their purpose while mine is yet to be achieved? Is this another opporty me to become the man I know I can be? Is there a purpose in nature? Is this my day to excel?I will live this day as if it is my last.I have but one life and life is naught but a measurement of time. When I waste one I destroy the other. If I waste today I destroy the last page of my life. Theree, each hour of this day will I cherish it can never return. It cannot be banked today to be withdrawn on the morrow, who can trap the wind? Each minute of this day will I grasp with both hands and fondle with love its value is beyond price. What dying man can purchase another breath though he willingly give all his gold? What price dare I place on the hours ahead? I will make them priceless!I will live this day as if it is my last.I will avoid with fury the killers of time. Procrastination I will destroy with action; doubt I will bury under faith; fear I will dismember with confidence. Where there are idle mouths I will listen not; where there are idle hands I will linger not; where there are idle bodies I will visit not. Henceth I know that to court idleness is to steal food, clothing, and warmth from those I love. I am not a thief. I am a man of love and today is my last chance to prove my love and my greatness.I will live this day as if it is my last.The duties of today I shall fulfill today. Today I shall fondle my children while they are young; tomorrow they will be gone, and so will I. Today I shall embrace my woman with sweet kisses; tomorrow she will be gone, and so will I. Today I shall lift up a friend in need; tomorrow he will no longer cry help, nor will I hear his cries. Today I shall give myself in sacrifice and work; tomorrow I will have nothing to give, and there will be none to receive.I will live this day as if it is my last.And if it is my last, it will be my greatest monument. This day I will make the best day of my life. This day I will drink every minute to its full. I will savor its taste and give thanks. I will make the every hour count and each minute I will trade only something of value. I will labor harder than ever bee and push my muscles until they cry relief, and then I will continue. I will make more calls than ever bee. I will sell more goods than ever bee. I will earn more gold than ever bee. Each minute of today will be more fruitful than hours of yesterday. My last must be my best.I will live this day as if it is my last. And if it is not, I shall fall to my knees and give thanks.本文音频由作者曼狄诺原声朗读 1870英语口语:使用频率最高的美语口语96句(1) -- 1:50:6 来源: 1. Have a nice day. 祝你今天愉快   . So far, so good. 目前为止一切都好   3. Take it or leave it. 要就要,不要就拉倒   . Keep it up! 继续努力,继续加油   5. Good you. 好啊!做得好!   6. Time flies!时光如梭   7. Time is money. 时间就是金钱   8. That's life. 这就是人生   9. Now you're talking. 这才对嘛   . have butterflies in one's stomach 紧张   . You asked it. 你自找的   . between the lines 字里行间的言外之意   . The rest is history. 众所皆知   . A little bird told me. 我听说的   . It never rains but it pours. 祸不单行   . Mind your own business. 不关你的事儿   . Hang in there. 坚持下去   18. could be worse 可能更糟   19. Money talks. 金钱万能   . count me out 不要算我   1. Over my dead body! 想都别想   . go fifty-fifty on sth. 平分   3. You can say that again! You said it! 你说的没错;你说对了   . Look who's talking! 看看你自己吧!   5. It's Greek to me. 这我完全不懂   6. take my word it 相信我的话   7. not one's cup of tea 不感兴趣;不合胃口   . Get real ! 别闹了;别开玩笑了   9. head over heels 深陷;完全地   30. Suit yourself. 随你高兴   31. What's the catch? 有什么意图?   3. let the cat out of bag 泄漏秘密   33. sth. is touch and go 危险的情况;惊险的;一触即发的   . beat a dead horse 白费劲   35. The sky's the limit. 没有限制   36. once in a blue moon 千载难逢;难得一次   37. Be prepared. 准备好   38. It's easier said than done. 说的比做的简单   39. have second thoughts 考虑一下;犹豫   0. behind someone's back 在某人背后;背着某人 英语口语 口语 频率

  Faith英语电台每日阳光絮语One needs something to believe in, something which one can have whole-hearted enthusiasm. One needs to feel that one's life has meaning, that one is needed in this world. 65

  Everyday English每日会话:The Way -01-7 19::3 来源: Bobby: How's tricks this week Kelly?Kelly: Pretty good, thanks Bobby. What about yourself? Bobby: Everything is just great me. But I feel a little washed out. Kelly: Really? I have a similar feeling - like I just need to disappear a few weeks to recharge my batteries. Bobby: Maybe we could just take-off and escape? Kelly: No we can't. We have responsibilities that we can't back-out from. Bobby: Like what! Kelly: Like school, our part-time jobs and our families! Bobby: Oh yeah! I didn't think that one through too carefully. 鲍比:这周过得怎么样凯丽? 凯丽:很好,谢谢鲍比你呢? 鲍比:每个人对我都很好,可我觉得有点儿疲惫 凯丽:是吗?我也有类似的感觉,就好象是需要消失几个星期给自己冲一下电 鲍比:也许我们可以离开,去逃避一下? 凯丽:不行我们不能这么做我们身上有很多责任不能逃避 鲍比:什么责任? 凯丽:比如说学校、我们的兼职工作还有我们的家人! 鲍比:噢没错!我没好好考虑过这些事------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEW WORDS (生词) 1) Tricks: everything in your life 生活中的一切事情 Tricks has many meanings but in this context it is a question meaning 'how is your life'. “Tricks”有很多意思,在本文中是一个问句,意思是“你过得怎么样?” ) Washed out: tired and bored with your life 很疲惫,对生活厌倦了 Whenever I feel washed-out I go on a quick holiday and then I feel much better. 每当我感到疲惫的时候就休一个短暂的假期,之后就会觉得好多了 3) Recharge: to out life or energy back into something 充电、重新注入生命或活力 Every night I recharge my mobile phone and myself! 每天晚上我都给手机和自己充电! ) Back-out: when you agree to do something and then change you mind 收回:同意做某事后又反悔 So many times I want to back-out of my job, but then I remember the pay at the end of the month. 有好多次我想辞掉工作,可是接着就会想到每个月底发的薪水 Dialogue(对话) Jessie: If you could back-out of all your responsibilities and run away, where would you go? Tina: To a distant island along way from everyone. Jessie: What would you do all day? Tina: Lie on the beach and sleep to recharge my batteries. Jessie: Sounds ideal. I would go to a big, busy city. Tina: Why would you go somewhere full of strange people? Jessie: So I wouldn't see anyone who knew me at all. Tina: And what would you do all day? Jessie: Shop! Shop until I couldn't shop any more. Tina: I will sing you a song about running away then! 杰西:如果你能够推开所有的责任去逃避的话你会去哪? 蒂娜:到一个偏僻的岛上,避开每个人 杰西:那你每天做什么? 蒂娜:躺在沙滩上睡觉给自己充电 杰西:听起来很理想我会去一个繁忙的大都市 蒂娜:你为什么要去一个谁都不认识的地方呢? 杰西:这样我就一个熟人也碰不到了 蒂娜:那你每天会做什么? 杰西:购物!购物!直到不能再买了为止 蒂娜:那么我给你唱一首关于逃避的歌吧 每日 nbsp 鲍比 一个

  Archaeology ArchaeologyArchaeology is a source of history, not just a bumble auxiliary discipline. Archaeological data are historical documents in their own right, not mere illustrations to written texts, Just as much as any other historian, an archaeologist studies and tries to reconstitute the process that has created the human world in which we live - and us ourselves in so far as we are each creatures of our age and social environment. Archaeological data are all changes in the material world resulting from human action or, more succinctly, the fossilized results of human behavior. The sum total of these constitutes what may be called the archaeological record. This record exhibits certain peculiarities and deficiencies the consequences of which produce a rather superficial contrast between archaeological history and the more familiar kind based upon written records.Not all human behavior fossilizes. The words I utter and you hear as vibrations in the air are certainly human changes in the material world and may be of great historical significance. Yet they leave no sort of trace in the archaeological records unless they are captured by a dictaphone or written down by a clerk. The movement of troops on the battlefield may ;change the course of history,; but this is equally ephemeral from the archaeologist standpoint. What is perhaps worse, most organic materials are perishable. Everything made of wood, hide, wool, linen, grass, hair, and similar materials will decay and vanish in dust in a few years or centuries, save under very exceptional conditions. In a relatively brief period the archaeological record is reduce to mere scraps of stone, bone, glass, metal, and earthenware. Still modern archaeology, by applying appropriate techniques and comparative methods, aided by a few lucky finds from peat-bogs, deserts, and frozen soils, is able to fill up a good deal of the gap. 9。

  两千多名大学生出席了她的葬礼,对这位了不起的女士表示敬意她以自身范例教育我们:发挥自己的潜能永不为晚记住,衰老是无法抗拒的,而成熟却是可以选择的The Rose The first day of school our professor introduced himself and challenged us to get to know someone we didn’t aly know.I stood up to look around when a gentle hand touched my shoulder.I turned around to find a wrinkled,little old lady beaming up at1) me with a smile that lit up her entire being.She said,“Hi handsome.My name is Rose.I‘ m eighty-seven years old.Can I give you a hug?”I laughed and enthusiastically) responded,“Of course you may.”and she gave me a giant squeeze.“Why are you in college at such a young,innocent age?”I asked.She jokingly replied,“I’m here to meet a rich husband,get married,have a couple of children,and then retire and travel.”“No,seriously?”I asked.I was curious what may have motivated her to be taking on this challenge at her age.“I always dreamed of having a college education and now I‘m getting one.”she told me.After class we walked to the student union building and shared a chocolate milkshake3).We became instant friends.Every day the next three months we would leave class together and talk nonstop.I was always mesmerized listening to this“time machine”as she shared her wisdom and experience with me.Over the course of the year,Rose became a campus icon and she easily made friends wherever she went.She loved to dress up and she reveled) in the attention bestowed5) up her from the other students.She was living it up6) .At the end of the semester we invited Rose to speak at our football banquet.I‘ll never get what she taught us.She was introduced and stepped up to the podium.As she began to deliver her prepared speech,she dropped her three by five cards on the floor.Frustrated and a little embarrassed she leaned into the microphone and simply said,“I’m sorry I‘m so jittery7).I gave up beer Lent and this whisky is killing me.I‘ll never get my speech back in order so let me just t ell you what I know.”As we laughed she cleared her throat and began:“We do not stop playing because we are old;we grow old because we stop playing.There are only four secrets to staying young,being happy,and achieving success.”“You have to laugh and find humor every day.”“You’ve got to have a dream.When you lose your dreams,you die.We have so many people walking around who are dead an d don’t even know it.”“There is a huge difference between growing older and growing up.If you are nineteen years old and lie in bed one full year and don’t do one productive thing,you will turn twenty years old.If I am eighty-seven years old and stay in bed a year and never do anything I will turn eighty-eight.Anybody can grow older.That doesn’ t take any talent or ability.The idea is to grow up by always finding the opporty in change.”“Have no regrets.The elderly usually don’t have regrets what we did,but rather things we did not do.The only people who fear death are those with regrets.”She concluded her speech by courageously singing“The Rose.”She challenged each of us to study the lyrics and live them out in our daily lives.At the year’s end Rose finished the college degree she had begun all those years a go.One week after graduation Rose died peacefully in her sleep.Over two thousand college students attended her funeral in tribute to the wonderful woman who taught by example that it’s never too late to be all you can possibly be.Remember,growing older is mandatory,growing up is optional. □Charlene 81

  

  Nitinol Nitinol is one of the most extraordinary metals to be discovered this century A simple alloy of nickel and titanium, nitinol has some perplexing properties. A metal with a memory, it can be made to remember any shape into which it is fashioned, returning to that shape whenever it is heated. example, a piece of nitinol wire bent to m a circle that is then heated and quenched will remember this shape. It may then be bent or crumpled, but on reheating, will violently untwist, reming its original shape. This remarkable ability is called Shape Memory Effect (SME); other alloys, such as brasses, are known to possess it to a limited extent. No one fully understands SME,and nitinol remains particularly perplexing, , whenever it perms this peculiar feat, it appears to be breaking the laws of thermodynamics by springing back into shape with greater ce than was used to dem it in the first place. But not only is nitinol capable of remembering, it also has the ability to "learn". If the heating-cooling-crumpling-reheating process is carried out sufficiently often, and the metal is always crumpled in exactly the same way, the nitinol will not only remember its original shape, but gradually it learns to remember its crumpled m as well, and will begin to return to the same crumpled shape every time it is cooled. Eventually, the metal will crumple and uncrumple, totally unaided, in response to changes in temperature and without any sign of metal fatigue. Engineers have produced prototype engines that are driven by the ce of nitinol springing from one shape to another as it alternately encounters hot and cold water. The energy from these remarkable engines is, however, not entirely free heat energy is required to produce the temperature differences needed to run the engine. But the optimum temperatures at which the metal reacts can be controlled by altering the proportions of nickel to titanium; some alloys will even perm at room temperature. The necessary temperature range between the warm and the cold can be as little as twelve degrees centigrade. 58888

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