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  [00:00.00]abandon-accomplish An honorable entry
[00:32.78]The acclaimed1 academic, Dr.Sir Walter T.J.Fitzbody,·T·J·
[00:39.55]accompanied the equally accessible expert of aboriginal2 history,
[00:47.12]Dr,Mugambe H.C.Carriky,
[00:52.17]slowly to the platform to accept his National Science Foundation Award.
[00:59.14]Both were noted3 for their absenteeism, rarely seen in public
[01:05.20]and still marveled at for their abonormal usage of double abbreviations
[01:11.86]in their names.That it was Dr.Carriky, the former pupil of Dr.Fitzbody
[01:21.01]who was receiving this lifetime award before his mentor4 was only minor5.
[01:27.67]Dr.Fitzbody knew that academia was not always fair and,
[01:34.93]having always been rather accommodating for his favourite student anyhow,
[01:41.88]was taking the event as an honor to his work as well.
[01:47.05]When Dr.Carriky accidentally tripped over the toe of a person
[01:53.50]with his leg extended too far into the aisle6,
[01:58.54]the gasps7 of the crowd conveniently covered
[02:03.22]the abusive words that came out of Dr.Carriky's mouth.
[02:09.57]The man did not take the abuse kindly8, however,
[02:14.14]and abandoning all respect,began to rise to respond to the guest of honor.
[02:20.90]Dr.Fitzbody,sensing trouble,quickly accelerated towards the stage.
[02:27.96]It did not matter that a accessory of his robewas lost to the floor as they escaped.
[02:35.19]The rest of the audience,sensing a need for accommodation,
[02:40.76]politely gave clear access so that no further mishaps9 would occur.
[02:47.00]Having accomplished10 their entry,
[02:50.66]Dr.Fitzbody began his introduction of Dr.Carriky.
[02:56.61]He gently smiled and said a joke
[03:01.58]that related the fall to a historical abstraction.
[03:06.62]The crowed laughed in relief and breathed easily
[03:12.50]as they knew that honor and dignity had been restored.
[03:17.67]accountant-adapt Accreditation11 crisis
[03:23.83]Dave's business acumen12 was sorely questioned
[03:28.88]when the first round of accreditation for his music school failed
[03:34.83]His partners accused him of not accumulating a qualified13 staff,
[03:41.07]his accountant acquiesced14 that his bookkeeping was not orderly,
[03:47.03]and his wife said he wasn't as acquainted with the process as he should have been.
[03:53.80]Regardless of the accuracy of the complaints,
[03:58.26]Dave felt an acute pain;it was as if he was drinking acid.
[04:04.51]How could his friends all abandon him so quickly when troubles came?
[04:10.46]Dave knew that if he ever wanted to achieve
[04:15.14]anything else in his life after this,
[04:19.19]he would first have to overcome this emotional acupuncture15
[04:24.54]acknowledge his mistakes and move on.
[04:28.62]His first step was to adapt to the situation
[04:33.16]and keep his acquisitive partners
[04:37.13]from selling what he had started to the highest bidder16.
[04:41.68]To do this he quickly acquired the report
[04:46.35]on what had been successfully accredited17 and what had failed.
[04:51.92]He was surprised to find that his school had only failed on one point,
[04:57.48]-the acoustics18 of their main music hall.
[05:01.64]That meant that everything else was fine,
[05:05.79]that it was a success except for that one thing!
[05:10.65]At the meeting the next day with all parties involved,
[05:15.92]Dave presented the report
[05:19.37]and his plan for how they could improve the acoustics of the hall
[05:24.41]and then activate19 a second round of accreditation meetings.
[05:29.98]Everyone was happy except for the partners.
[05:34.13]They had already viewed the school as a failed acquisition
[05:39.28]and that it was hard for them to adjust their thinking.
[05:43.95]Dave,was quick, however,
[05:47.43]and encouraged them that this was still a successful item
[05:52.99]in their accumulationof a diversified20 portfolio21.
[05:58.56]They agreed and the school was licensed22 three months later.
[06:04.02]adaptable23-advisable An adaptable administration
[06:15.38]Last Advent24 our local Catholic Church adopted a new policy
[06:22.15]for dealing25 with teenagers struggling through adolescence26.
[06:27.32]The new priest, originally from New York,
[06:31.68]addressed the issue that day in his sermon about adjusting our view
[06:37.84]to administer help to those young people who were helpless,
[06:43.49]without support and suffering during this difficult time of life.
[06:48.76]This would include dealing with drug addicts,young single mothers,
[06:54.93]and youth with disciplinary problemsthat most people simply wanted to avoid.
[07:01.41]It was admittedly a controversial talk,
[07:05.85]but his words spoke27 to us all
[07:09.61]and we all decided28 to be adaptable to trying something new for our community.
[07:16.09]The local catholic administration was more adverse29 to the concept.
[07:22.04]They did not want to have troublemakers30 adjacent to lonely widows,
[07:27.69]young children,
[07:30.56]orphans and others that the church was already adept31 at dealing with.
[07:37.12]The new priest gave his admission to this
[07:41.87]and promised to build a separate addition
[07:46.00]for the adolescents he would work with.
[07:49.84]He also agreed to adhere to all traditional administ-rative procedures
[07:56.68]and to submit to their ultimate authority.
[08:01.44]The adaptation to the Church's focus was a great success.
[08:07.50]Troubled youth began coming in and out of the new building adjoining the Church
[08:13.66]with smiles on their faces and a renewed hope for life.
[08:18.94]And while it was advisable for the priest to work with a team of volunteers
[08:25.50]each adolescent began to see him as the father that they had never had.
[08:31.14]Lives were changed, needs were met,and attendance grew.
[08:36.49]The administration was very pleased.
[08:40.57]Tomorrow is Advent again.
[08:44.09]It has been one year since we changed our outlook and we have much to celebrate !
[08:50.34]advisory32-ailmentThe price of an affluent34 society
[09:00.08]"An affluent society cannot afford advocates of its own destruction."
[09:07.03]A society that can destroy itself
[09:11.47]is an aggravated35 society suffering from an ailment33 that needs to be cured."
[09:18.03]These were the thoughts of the secret agent
[09:22.18]as he prepared to afflict36 harm on Hamilton Smith,
[09:27.43]the leader of a prominent government advisory committee.
[09:32.50]Mr.Smith was determined37 to affectthe course of history by affirming a new order.
[09:40.96]He wanted to destroy all that was good
[09:45.82]and begin again with how he thought a country should run.
[09:51.28]This agenda was unacceptable to the top-secret
[09:57.45]agency that really ruled the country.
[10:02.31]And it was this agency that found an agreeable agent
[10:07.27]to sacrifice himself for his country
[10:11.34]by murdering Hamilton Smith in front of the world.
[10:16.39]The affluence38 of all would only continue thanks to this agent,
[10:21.95]even though there would never be any affection
[10:26.81]for his memory or any desire to be affiliated39 with his tainted40 name.
[10:33.36]As he hung from the bars of the ceiling of the conference hall,
[10:39.61]the agent was glad he was an aerobics41 teacher in his spare time.
[10:45.64]Without all of his physical training this task would have been pure agony.
[10:52.28]He smiled when he imagined the world's reaction
[10:57.32]to his killing42 Hamilton Smith.
[11:00.98]There was a certain aesthetic43 that only a few would appreciate.
[11:06.72]As he looked down he could see that
[11:10.80]people were agglomerating44 around Hamilton Smith
[11:15.37]already as he was entering the room.
[11:19.42]This aggregation45 of people was a problem
[11:25.37]but there was nothing the agent couldn't deal with.
[11:29.53]It would make the event even more impressive.
[11:35.27]When he finally saw Hamilton's head he pulled his gun up to aim.
[11:41.44]It was show time!
[11:44.50]aisle-altitude The crazy alchemist
[11:51.86]The alchemist had always been alienated46 from his peers
[11:59.41]because of his alarming theories.
[12:03.17]Only the most alternative universities
[12:07.41]were willing to allocate47 small allowances
[12:11.77]to him to further research his ideas.
[12:15.92]When he found evidence
[12:21.17]of aliens living in the highest altitude mountains of the world,
[12:26.74]he was recognized as an all-round failure.
[12:31.18]It was therefore even more unfortunate that he was right.
[12:36.14]The alchemist ignored the further alienation48
[12:40.89]and built an alliance of extremists
[12:44.73]to get physical proof of the alien
[12:48.89]and to alter the world's view of his theory.
[12:53.15]When they returned with photos and video of the alien
[12:58.00]he was sure he would walk down many aisles49 to claim international awards
[13:03.65]and financial allocations to test all of his other theories.
[13:09.42]However, this proof did nothing to alleviate50 the concerns of his peers
[13:17.67]that he was truly insane.
[13:21.44]When the alchemist was alerted
[13:25.20]that the aliens were coming down from the mountains
[13:29.74]and alighting on the roofs of buildings
[13:33.87]his peers still did not believe what he alleged51.
[13:38.55]When an alien finally walked into the conference room everything changed.
[13:44.42]In addition to being named chief ambassador to the aliens,
[13:49.28]the alchemist was allotted52 more honor than he had ever dreamed.
[13:54.61]All of his dreams had come true.
[13:58.37]The aliens unfortuna-tely suddenly developed an allergy53 for human beings
[14:05.64]and started dying.
[14:08.80]The alchemist found that they were allergic54 to human hair,
[14:13.94]developed a cure,and saved the aliens.
[14:18.31]Now he was the hero of the galaxy55!


1 acclaimed 90ebf966469bbbcc8cacff5bee4678fe     
  • They acclaimed him as the best writer of the year. 他们称赞他为当年的最佳作者。
  • Confuscius is acclaimed as a great thinker. 孔子被赞誉为伟大的思想家。
2 aboriginal 1IeyD     
  • They managed to wipe out the entire aboriginal population.他们终于把那些土著人全部消灭了。
  • The lndians are the aboriginal Americans.印第安人是美国的土著人。
3 noted 5n4zXc     
  • The local hotel is noted for its good table.当地的那家酒店以餐食精美而著称。
  • Jim is noted for arriving late for work.吉姆上班迟到出了名。
4 mentor s78z0     
  • He fed on the great ideas of his mentor.他以他导师的伟大思想为支撑。
  • He had mentored scores of younger doctors.他指导过许多更年轻的医生。
5 minor e7fzR     
  • The young actor was given a minor part in the new play.年轻的男演员在这出新戏里被分派担任一个小角色。
  • I gave him a minor share of my wealth.我把小部分财产给了他。
6 aisle qxPz3     
  • The aisle was crammed with people.过道上挤满了人。
  • The girl ushered me along the aisle to my seat.引座小姐带领我沿着通道到我的座位上去。
7 gasps 3c56dd6bfe73becb6277f1550eaac478     
v.喘气( gasp的第三人称单数 );喘息;倒抽气;很想要
  • He leant against the railing, his breath coming in short gasps. 他倚着栏杆,急促地喘气。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • My breaths were coming in gasps. 我急促地喘起气来。 来自《简明英汉词典》
8 kindly tpUzhQ     
  • Her neighbours spoke of her as kindly and hospitable.她的邻居都说她和蔼可亲、热情好客。
  • A shadow passed over the kindly face of the old woman.一道阴影掠过老太太慈祥的面孔。
9 mishaps 4cecebd66139cdbc2f0e50a83b5d60c5     
n.轻微的事故,小的意外( mishap的名词复数 )
  • a series of mishaps 一连串的倒霉事
  • In spite of one or two minor mishaps everything was going swimmingly. 尽管遇到了一两件小小的不幸,一切都进行得很顺利。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
10 accomplished UzwztZ     
  • Thanks to your help,we accomplished the task ahead of schedule.亏得你们帮忙,我们才提前完成了任务。
  • Removal of excess heat is accomplished by means of a radiator.通过散热器完成多余热量的排出。
11 accreditation da37a04e592cbd344142730ce05a6887     
  • a letter of accreditation 一份合格证明书
  • This paper gives an overview of the Verification, Validation and Accreditation (VV&A) in High Level Architecture(HLA). 对基于高层体系结构(High Level Architecture,简称HLA)的仿真系统的校核、验证与确认(Verification, Validation and Accreditation,简称VV&A)问题进行了详细的介绍及分析。 来自互联网
12 acumen qVgzn     
  • She has considerable business acumen.她的经营能力绝非一般。
  • His business acumen has made his very successful.他的商业头脑使他很成功。
13 qualified DCPyj     
  • He is qualified as a complete man of letters.他有资格当真正的文学家。
  • We must note that we still lack qualified specialists.我们必须看到我们还缺乏有资质的专家。
14 acquiesced 03acb9bc789f7d2955424223e0a45f1b     
v.默认,默许( acquiesce的过去式和过去分词 )
  • Senior government figures must have acquiesced in the cover-up. 政府高级官员必然已经默许掩盖真相。
  • After a lot of persuasion,he finally acquiesced. 经过多次劝说,他最终默许了。 来自《简明英汉词典》
15 acupuncture 3zEznF     
  • Written records show that acupuncture dates back to the Song Dynasty.文字记载表明,宋朝就已经有了针灸。
  • It's known that acupuncture originated in China.众所周知,针灸起源于中国。
16 bidder oyrzTm     
  • TV franchises will be auctioned to the highest bidder.电视特许经营权将拍卖给出价最高的投标人。
  • The bidder withdrew his bid after submission of his bid.投标者在投标之后撤销了投标书。
17 accredited 5611689a49c15a4c09d7c2a0665bf246     
adj.可接受的;可信任的;公认的;质量合格的v.相信( accredit的过去式和过去分词 );委托;委任;把…归结于
  • The discovery of distillation is usually accredited to the Arabs of the 11th century. 通常认为,蒸馏法是阿拉伯人在11世纪发明的。
  • Only accredited journalists were allowed entry. 只有正式认可的记者才获准入内。
18 acoustics kJ2y6     
  • The acoustics of the new concert hall are excellent.这座新音乐厅的音响效果极好。
  • The auditorium has comfortable seating and modern acoustics.礼堂里有舒适的座椅和现代化的音响设备。
19 activate UJ2y0     
  • We must activate the youth to study.我们要激励青年去学习。
  • These push buttons can activate the elevator.这些按钮能启动电梯。
20 diversified eumz2W     
adj.多样化的,多种经营的v.使多样化,多样化( diversify的过去式和过去分词 );进入新的商业领域
  • The college biology department has diversified by adding new courses in biotechnology. 该学院生物系通过增加生物技术方面的新课程而变得多样化。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Take grain as the key link, develop a diversified economy and ensure an all-round development. 以粮为纲,多种经营,全面发展。 来自《现代汉英综合大词典》
21 portfolio 9OzxZ     
  • He remembered her because she was carrying a large portfolio.他因为她带着一个大公文包而记住了她。
  • He resigned his portfolio.他辞去了大臣职务。
22 licensed ipMzNI     
  • The new drug has not yet been licensed in the US. 这种新药尚未在美国获得许可。
  • Is that gun licensed? 那支枪有持枪执照吗?
23 adaptable vJDyI     
  • He is an adaptable man and will soon learn the new work.他是个适应性很强的人,很快就将学会这种工作。
  • The soil is adaptable to the growth of peanuts.这土壤适宜于花生的生长。
24 advent iKKyo     
  • Swallows come by groups at the advent of spring. 春天来临时燕子成群飞来。
  • The advent of the Euro will redefine Europe.欧元的出现将重新定义欧洲。
25 dealing NvjzWP     
  • This store has an excellent reputation for fair dealing.该商店因买卖公道而享有极高的声誉。
  • His fair dealing earned our confidence.他的诚实的行为获得我们的信任。
26 adolescence CyXzY     
  • Adolescence is the process of going from childhood to maturity.青春期是从少年到成年的过渡期。
  • The film is about the trials and tribulations of adolescence.这部电影讲述了青春期的麻烦和苦恼。
27 spoke XryyC     
n.(车轮的)辐条;轮辐;破坏某人的计划;阻挠某人的行动 v.讲,谈(speak的过去式);说;演说;从某种观点来说
  • They sourced the spoke nuts from our company.他们的轮辐螺帽是从我们公司获得的。
  • The spokes of a wheel are the bars that connect the outer ring to the centre.辐条是轮子上连接外圈与中心的条棒。
28 decided lvqzZd     
  • This gave them a decided advantage over their opponents.这使他们比对手具有明显的优势。
  • There is a decided difference between British and Chinese way of greeting.英国人和中国人打招呼的方式有很明显的区别。
29 adverse 5xBzs     
  • He is adverse to going abroad.他反对出国。
  • The improper use of medicine could lead to severe adverse reactions.用药不当会产生严重的不良反应。
30 troublemakers 2d09f1f3c2345e9bf267eb0820a3b2ec     
n.惹是生非者,捣乱者( troublemaker的名词复数 )
  • He was employed to chuck out any troublemakers. 他受雇把捣乱者赶走。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • She had automatically labelled the boys as troublemakers. 她不假思索地认定这些男孩子是捣蛋鬼。 来自《简明英汉词典》
31 adept EJIyO     
  • When it comes to photography,I'm not an adept.要说照相,我不是内行。
  • He was highly adept at avoiding trouble.他十分善于避开麻烦。
32 advisory lKvyj     
  • I have worked in an advisory capacity with many hospitals.我曾在多家医院做过顾问工作。
  • He was appointed to the advisory committee last month.他上个月获任命为顾问委员会委员。
33 ailment IV8zf     
  • I don't have even the slightest ailment.我什么毛病也没有。
  • He got timely treatment for his ailment.他的病得到了及时治疗。
34 affluent 9xVze     
  • He hails from an affluent background.他出身于一个富有的家庭。
  • His parents were very affluent.他的父母很富裕。
35 aggravated d0aec1b8bb810b0e260cb2aa0ff9c2ed     
使恶化( aggravate的过去式和过去分词 ); 使更严重; 激怒; 使恼火
  • If he aggravated me any more I shall hit him. 假如他再激怒我,我就要揍他。
  • Far from relieving my cough, the medicine aggravated it. 这药非但不镇咳,反而使我咳嗽得更厉害。
36 afflict px3zg     
  • I wish you wouldn't afflict me with your constant complains.我希望你不要总是抱怨而使我苦恼。
  • There are many illnesses,which afflict old people.有许多疾病困扰着老年人。
37 determined duszmP     
  • I have determined on going to Tibet after graduation.我已决定毕业后去西藏。
  • He determined to view the rooms behind the office.他决定查看一下办公室后面的房间。
38 affluence lx4zf     
  • Their affluence is more apparent than real.他们的富有是虚有其表。
  • There is a lot of affluence in this part of the state because it has many businesses.这个州的这一部分相当富有,因为它有很多商行。
39 affiliated 78057fb733c9c93ffbdc5f0ed15ef458     
adj. 附属的, 有关连的
  • The hospital is affiliated with the local university. 这家医院附属于当地大学。
  • All affiliated members can vote. 所有隶属成员都有投票权。
40 tainted qgDzqS     
adj.腐坏的;污染的;沾污的;感染的v.使变质( taint的过去式和过去分词 );使污染;败坏;被污染,腐坏,败坏
  • The administration was tainted with scandal. 丑闻使得政府声名狼藉。
  • He was considered tainted by association with the corrupt regime. 他因与腐败政府有牵连而名誉受损。 来自《简明英汉词典》
41 aerobics Bznzhw     
  • Doing aerobics is a good way to improve one's health.做有氧健身操是改善健康状况的一个好方法。
  • Aren't you going to the aerobics class this morning?今天上午你不是去上有氧运动课吗?
42 killing kpBziQ     
  • Investors are set to make a killing from the sell-off.投资者准备清仓以便大赚一笔。
  • Last week my brother made a killing on Wall Street.上个周我兄弟在华尔街赚了一大笔。
43 aesthetic px8zm     
  • My aesthetic standards are quite different from his.我的审美标准与他的大不相同。
  • The professor advanced a new aesthetic theory.那位教授提出了新的美学理论。
44 agglomerating c2ea05b5159bad0b17cf059e82277b6c     
adj.附聚的v.(使)聚集( agglomerate的现在分词 );(使)聚结;(使)凝聚;(使)结块
  • ZCJ series twin-screw extruder is a highly efficient agglomerating and extruding equipment. ZCJ系列双螺杆挤出机是一种高效混炼挤出设备。 来自互联网
  • The invention discloses a agglomerating inhibiting agent, preparing method and application thereof. 本发明公开了一种结焦抑制剂及其制备方法和应用。 来自互联网
45 aggregation OKUyE     
  • A high polymer is a very large aggregation of units.一个高聚物是许多单元的非常大的组合。
  • Moreover,aggregation influences the outcome of chemical disinfection of viruses.此外,聚集作用还会影响化学消毒的效果。
46 alienated Ozyz55     
adj.感到孤独的,不合群的v.使疏远( alienate的过去式和过去分词 );使不友好;转让;让渡(财产等)
  • His comments have alienated a lot of young voters. 他的言论使许多年轻选民离他而去。
  • The Prime Minister's policy alienated many of her followers. 首相的政策使很多拥护她的人疏远了她。 来自《简明英汉词典》
47 allocate ILnys     
  • You must allocate the money carefully.你们必须谨慎地分配钱。
  • They will allocate fund for housing.他们将拨出经费建房。
48 alienation JfYyS     
  • The new policy resulted in the alienation of many voters.新政策导致许多选民疏远了。
  • As almost every conceivable contact between human beings gets automated,the alienation index goes up.随着人与人之间几乎一切能想到的接触方式的自动化,感情疏远指数在不断上升。
49 aisles aisles     
n. (席位间的)通道, 侧廊
  • Aisles were added to the original Saxon building in the Norman period. 在诺曼时期,原来的萨克森风格的建筑物都增添了走廊。
  • They walked about the Abbey aisles, and presently sat down. 他们走到大教堂的走廊附近,并且很快就坐了下来。
50 alleviate ZxEzJ     
  • The doctor gave her an injection to alleviate the pain.医生给她注射以减轻疼痛。
  • Nothing could alleviate his distress.什么都不能减轻他的痛苦。
51 alleged gzaz3i     
  • It was alleged that he had taken bribes while in office. 他被指称在任时收受贿赂。
  • alleged irregularities in the election campaign 被指称竞选运动中的不正当行为
52 allotted 5653ecda52c7b978bd6890054bd1f75f     
分配,拨给,摊派( allot的过去式和过去分词 )
  • I completed the test within the time allotted . 我在限定的时间内完成了试验。
  • Each passenger slept on the berth allotted to him. 每个旅客都睡在分配给他的铺位上。
53 allergy 8Vpza     
  • He developed an allergy to pollen.他对花粉过敏。
  • The patient had an allergy to penicillin.该患者对青霉素过敏。
54 allergic 4xozJ     
  • Alice is allergic to the fur of cats.艾丽斯对猫的皮毛过敏。
  • Many people are allergic to airborne pollutants such as pollen.许多人对空气传播的污染物过敏,比如花粉。
55 galaxy OhoxB     
  • The earth is one of the planets in the Galaxy.地球是银河系中的星球之一。
  • The company has a galaxy of talent.该公司拥有一批优秀的人才。
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