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2017年12月18日 03:24:04 | 作者:度乐园 | 来源:新华社
Rice Winds Up Mideast Visit With No Sign of Progress赖斯结束中东之行未取得进展  The ed States' top diplomat has concluded a peace mission to Israel and the Palestinian territories. But she has little to show for it. 美国国务卿赖斯结束了她在以色列和巴勒斯坦领土上的和平使命,但是她并没有取得什么成果。Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice wound up her visit by hosting a trilateral meeting with the Israeli defense minister and Palestinian prime minister. But after two days of talks in Jerusalem and the West Bank there was no sign of progress in peace talks sponsored by the ed States.  赖斯国务卿在访问结束时主持了由以色列国防部长和巴勒斯坦总理一起参加的三方会议。但是,在耶路撒冷和约旦河西岸为期两天的会谈结束后,这次由美国主办的和平谈判并没有取得进展的迹象。The headline of the visit was Rice's unusually harsh criticism of Israeli settlement expansion in disputed East Jerusalem and the West Bank. Rice did not speak to reporters before she left Israel. But on Sunday, she was clearly angry over Israeli plans to build 1,300 new homes in East Jerusalem, on land the Palestinians claim for their future capital. 赖斯中东之行最引人注目的消息是她对以色列在有争议的东耶路撒冷和约旦河西岸地区扩展定居点提出尖锐的批评。赖斯在离开以色列之前并没有对记者们发表讲话,但是在星期天,她显然为以色列在东耶路撒冷建造1千3百个新住房的计划感到愤怒。巴勒斯坦把东耶路撒冷看作未来巴勒斯坦国的首都。"No party should be taking steps at this point that could prejudice the outcome of a negotiation, and I want to make very clear that the ed States will not consider these activities to affect any final status negotiations including final borders; these are to be negotiated between the parties," she said. 她说:“目前,任何一方都不应采取任何可能影响谈判结果的行动。我要非常清楚地指出,美国不会让这些行为影响任何有关最终地位的谈判,包括最终边界问题。这些问题需要各方协商确定。”Israel says it has the right to build anywhere in Jerusalem because it will remain the capital of the Jewish state in any final peace agreement.  以色列说,它有权在耶路撒冷任何地方修建定居点,因为无论达成什么样的和平协议,耶路撒冷都将继续是以色列的首都。Israeli spokesman Mark Regev says there are differences but not a crisis. 以色列政府发言人雷格夫说,有关各方的确存在分歧,但谈判并没有陷入危机。"Success isn't guaranteed. There are a lot of sensitive issues on the table, but I can say that we in Israel, and I believe the Palestinian leadership too, are committed to doing the work that needs to be done," said Regev. 他说:“我不能保谈判会成功。桌面上有很多敏感的问题需要解决。但是我可以说,我们以色列会全力完成需要完成的工作,我相信巴勒斯坦方面也是这样。”Palestinian analyst Mahdi Abdel Hadi is less optimistic. He says settlement activity is eroding support for the peace process. 巴勒斯坦分析人士哈迪则没有这么乐观。他说,建立定居点的活动正在逐渐减少人们对和平进程的持。"Israel is controlling the land and this is creating more hate and more frustration, more anger among the Palestinians," said Hadi. 他说:“以色列控制着这些领土,这在巴勒斯坦人中引发了更多的仇恨、沮丧和愤怒。”Disputes over settlements, Palestinian refugees and the status of Jerusalem have put further doubt on the U.S. goal of a peace agreement by the end of the year. 定居点问题、巴勒斯坦难民问题和耶路撒冷地位问题所引发的争议使人们更加怀疑美国关于在今年年底以前达成巴以和平协议的目标。200806/42176STERN: First day we are doing a revelation show. Each one of us. Each of the major cast members have agreed to reveal something about themselves that we've never revealed on the air and that has to be -- has to meet a certain standard.KING: Which is?STERN: Which is we put a guy in charge. We each had to go into a confessional booth and confess our sin or secret or something that humiliated us or embarrassed us. And if it didn't measure up, we had to go back and come up with something else.KING: It had to be humiliating.STERN: No, it doesn't have to be humiliating. It might be something that we didn't want to share. It could be a secret, it could be ...KING: A disease. Might have a disease.STERN: Could be a disease. Could be that ded disease that you have. I might get it too. You don't know.But Larry -- so, this is dangerous radio for me. This is a high wire because I went into the confessional, I admitted what it is and the guy said, whoa. And that whoa is what I'm looking for. So we've got some good stuff.I do have to address whether or not Beth and I got married. There is plenty on the table. We just left this huge radio experience. Probably the most successful radio show in the history of radio and walking away from that, I have to tell you that I had no emotional experience about it until the day after, when I woke up.I woke up and I realized I'll never hit that button again and have that kind of access. Millions and millions and millions of fans.KING: Now this is your first public appearance since then, since leaving.STERN: Right.KING: And you go on the new on Monday.STERN: Right.KING: Do you -- are you scared?STERN: Well, I don't feel scared. Well, maybe a little bit because I don't want to disappoint people and I have to tell you, we've done two run-throughs this week and this is the great thing about having your own channel. All of the sudden, I said, when we're doing the run through, just pop on the run through.So in essence we've been on twice aly and whoever was driving in their car, all of the sudden we just popped on the radio and that's fun. And the run through was liberating.I had the most amazing radio experience New Year's Eve and I'll tell you why satellite is great and why every broadcaster should be involved in this. New Year's Eve they said it's the first time your voice can be heard on your own channel. I was out of my contract with Viacom. Would you call in? I said, I don't know, if I'm up.Went out, had a bunch of drinks, fell asleep, but at midnight I heard fireworks coming out of the park and it woke me up and I said, ah, what the hell? I'll just call in. I started talking stream of consciousness into this telephone receiver, kind of drunk, a little bit hung over, and I've never had that kind of freedom before.I didn't use any foul language. It wasn't about that. I didn't have to worry about the constraints, what topics I could talk about. I didn't worry about the average quarter hour maintenance, crossing the quarter hour, how many listeners I had. Whoever was there, it was fine with me, and it was the most intimate radio I have ever done, just talking into that receiver.KING: How did you become Howard stern? In other words, how did you develop this persona?STERN: Well, you know, I have made no secret of the fact that I have always wanted to be on radio.I can remember being 5 years old, and, you know, it goes back. My father was a recording engineer. I have told you this before. And my father used to look at Don Adams and Larry Storch and some of the great voice guys doing cartoons an commercials. And I would go down to my father's studio. Once in awhile, he would bring me. And I would watch his eyes. And he would stare at these guys. And he would have such reference for the greats. You know, these guys were great. And I would watch these guys working. And I said, oh, my God. If my father looked at me like that, he would be so proud of me. And I think, early on, when I saw that microphone, and I saw -- I remember to this day -- I was a kid. And Don Adams was recording "Tennessee Tuxedo," a commercial -- a cartoon. And he's standing there in a blazer and a turtleneck. And he looked so damn suave to me. You know, this was before Maxwell Smart. KING: Yes. STERN: And I just -- I saw my father looking at him. And I went, wow. I want to do something like this. And I didn't listen to a lot of radio growing up. I can only remember one guy, Brad Crandall, I used to listen to at night. KING: Sure. Great voice. STERN: Yes. He was this guy.KING: But how did you carry it on to become what you have become, to take it to the fullest extent? In other words, you didn't draw any middle ground. STERN: Well, it was a process. I -- when I was in college radio, I did a show called the "King Schmaltz Bagel Hour." It was me and three guys. And it was very irreverent. And it has always been my fantasy to go on radio and not do a straight broadcast but to bring the audience into sort of my thought process. I remember listening to the radio, and you would hear a guy close a door in the background at a news station or you would hear a cart or something drop on the floor. And you would go, what the hell is that? And they wouldn't tell you. They would act like it wasn't going on. And I kind of had this fantasy where I would create a radio show where I would tell you everything, everything about me, everybody about -- whoever walked in, complete honesty. We strip away all barriers. And this was my -- my thing. And I went in college radio. And I started this. And I got fired after the third show. We did a bit called "Godzilla Goes to Harlem." And no one ever heard anything like this. And it was a college station, carrier current. And we did this thing. And I got fired right on the air.And that was sort of an omen of what was to come. And my father wrote me a letter. And he said to me, you know, it is great that you are on the air and all of that. But I listened to the tape. And you go, ah, ah, ah every minute. And you (INAUDIBLE) on the air. And you don't sound professional. And you're not enunciating. And he said even a clown probably was a trained ballet dancer or something. And you need to go out and do a straight radio show and, in my opinion, learn how to, you know, do radio. KING: Good advice. STERN: It was really good advice. And I went and I did a straight show for two years. And I was awful. It was chronicled in my movie. And I said, you know what, though? It was the best two years of my life. I had to do everything at that station. And I kept dreaming in my head of breaking sort of all the walls down, all of those straight walls down.Someone asked me the other day, gee, did you ever think about doing like a "LARRY KING" show? They said, you're a very good interviewer. Interviewing is a strength of yours. And I said, that's a career that wasn't for me. I wanted to expose myself and expose every -- so, I didn't want to have any secrets from the audience. KING: I like the guests. You like you. STERN: Well...(CROSSTALK) KING: I mean, you want the show to be into you. STERN: No, that's -- that's not it. That's not what I'm saying. You know, the guy who replaced me in New York, David Lee Roth, I listened to his first show. And he said, hey, man, this ain't heavy lifting. This radio stuff is easy. And I was thinking about that. And I thought, no, radio isn't easy. It's easy -- yes, sure, anyone can go on the air and talk. But to open yourself up and actually break down all the walls and think about all your insecurities, and put those on the air, I think it isn't easy lifting. There's a lot of emotional lifting you have to do.But, having said that, when a guest comes in, I think the reason people might think I'm a good interviewer is that I'm genuinely curious about a person. I don't make judgments. If somebody's a stripper, that's great. If someone's a prostitute, I -- Robin, who works with me, she decided to work with me. She heard a tape of me in Detroit. I was interviewing a prostitute. And she said to me, when I heard you do it, you asked her everything, what she ate for breakfast, why she went to the store, who were her parents, how did she get into this sort of miserable life.And you didn't make judgments. And that's what the show's always been about. I myself don't really have outrageous behavior, I don't think. But I'm a voyeur. (LAUGHTER) STERN: I like to watch outrageous behavior and I like to learn about outrageous behavior. KING: Boy, do you(End).200808/46466Well, Forbes magazine reveals the 100 most powerful women in the world and some of the names might surprise you. Elizabeth McDonald is the senior editor of Forbes. Elizabeth, good morning.Good morning.This is so much fun. I can't (And it is fun,)wait to see people like Martha Stewart. (all right) Before we get to the list, however, how did you choose? You picked by the basis of the top 100?Right. We looked at a candidate list of about 300 women and we cut it back to 100. We had a team of about 15 staffers, drilling into these women's resumes, drilling into their files. We wanted to see two things, their economic clout and their cultural clout. You know, we just really wanted to drill (in) deep into their files to see what these women's accomplishments have been.First take a look at the top ten. (Sure)No.1, on the Forbes list of the most powerful women, is Condoleezza Rice. (That's right.) Is there any debate within your magazine about that?No. Because, you know, she has not, she is not only the first African- American woman to be Secretary of State. She's also served two other presidents. She is reinvigorating the role of Secretary of State with the kind of diplomatic activism. You know, she's taking on Genocide in Sudan. You know, she is dealing with Israeli-Palestinian conflicts. So it was clear to us that she was No.1.And Secretary of State of the most powerful nation in the world. (That's right.) Something that's also instructive. Also, the next three, 2, 3 and 4 are women, most people may not, Americans, anyway, may not have heard of: Wu Yi, the vice premier of China(Right.), also, Yulia Tymoshenko, who is the prime minister of Ukraine, and also Gloria Arroyo, the president of the Philippines. What makes them so powerful, 2, 3, and 4?What was interesting in particular about Yulia Tymoshenko is she is the woman who led the Orange Revolution to oust this former corrupt regime. She's also taking on the oligarchs. You know when we were doing this list, we were always mindful about Margret Thatcher's one sentence and she said," You know, I don't mind how long my ministers talk, so long as they do what I said." We are looking for women who have courage, who have conviction, who have a vision and who take charge.Ok, now, next on the list, now 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 are all American women who're head of large corporations. As we look at their faces, it's interesting to know, that all the way down to the bottom of 9, you have actually after Sallie, and also Brenda coming up next, you have Oprah Winfrey. (That's right.) Now why is she sunk down so low when so many people on the street thought that she should be higher?We are elder than that we have set up; takes a look at various economic measures. We're trying to find the economic matrix that show (the) how('s) large / economic sphere that these women hold sway over. So these women who are the business women. They run multi-billion dollar corporations and they have tremendous economic impact down on Wallstreet, or in the corporate America.So we may not know specifically how much impact. We don't even have to know their names, but they have (tremen) much more impact than we realized.Right. That's not to say Oprah doesn't have economic impact. (She has a huge cultural impact, one of the criteria) Right. She has a huge cultural impact. Her show is aired in 112 countries, including the U.S.Ok. Also, No.10 is Mellinda Gates, co-founder of the Bill and Mellinda Gates Foundation. I think it's Mellinda and Bill Gates Foundation. (That's right.) The bottom line on that one is that because of her charity work, because of so much money they give.Right. That you know the endowment that they run Bill and Mellinda Gates Foundation is about 28.8 billion dollar foundation. It is huge in humanitarian world.Ok. Also, let's go down the list further. You've got No.12, other notable woman, Julie Gerberding, who is the director of Centers for Disease control in U.S, That's a very important job. Also Hillary Clinton, No. 26, You put her ahead away down the list, No. 46, Laura Bush, the first lady of the ed States. I'm surprised that she is down so low. Is it possible that she has much more influence than we realize.Who? I beg your pardon. Laura Bush? (Laura.) Laura Bush does has tremendous influence in the U.S, but you know, Hillary Clinton is an elected official and you know, she's aspiring to be the (present) next Democratic nominee for the president. But that, but really it was her influence in New York State and the country as a whole as a member of the Senate body.All right. Ok, now further down the list. 63 is Rose Marie Bravo, the chief Executive of Burberry, U.K. Now she is a fashion powerhouse.That's right. You know, it's hard to… you know the Burberry brand is so ubiquitous. Some want to see that her famous plat put on an automobile or plane right now. But Rose Marie reinvigorated the Burberry brand. She's doubled the sales here. She came over from sacks and Burberry was really a struggling brand in the late 90s.75, Queen Elizabeth II. (Right.) 90, Christie Hefner, the daughter of Heugh. And No.97, Lubna Olayan.(Right.) She is who? (She once...) The chief executive of Olayan..Olayan Financing Company(Saudi Arabia.) and that's in Saudi Arabia. And basically she's helping to run a conglomerate of about 50 different entities. And that's a huge huge company in the Middle East.And No.47 Catie Couric.(That's right. Catie Couric) In part because of her charity work for colon cancer and in addition..We were very impressed for her charity work and it's also because, you know, the Today's Show is top of the morning's show ratings, so that's why Catie Couric is on the list. You know, when we did the list, we basically through the surveys of the women who said,"why is it so? Why is it that women have struggled breaking through the glass ceiling." That's a phrase of Wallstreet journal calling it in 1985, and uniformly women executives said, "Well, because there aren't any role models to show us how they got there." Well, here they are on the Forbes list.All right. Is there a sign that we are doing it better than we have been?I think it's improving. Still, the salary is a problem, but it is improving.Elizabeth McDonald. Pleasure. (Sure, thank you.)Thank you so much for talking about this. And again you can find the list in the current issue of Forbes magazine.200707/15285

Aid Agencies Warn Insecurity on the Rise in Afghanistan援助机构称阿富汗安全局势恶化  International aid agencies are expressing concern about the deteriorating security situation in Afghanistan, noting that problems have sp to previously stable areas and attacks on aid agencies and their staff are on the increase. 国际援助机构对阿富汗安全形势恶化表示关注。他们指出,问题已经蔓延到原来局势稳定的地区,而且对援助机构及其工作人员的袭击越来越多。Aid agencies say rising insecurity in Afghanistan is hampering efforts to provide relief. The Agency Coordinating Body for Afghan Relief or ACBAR, represents about 100 non-governmental aid organizations. In a just released statement, the group also says that the number of civilians killed in the Afghan conflict is on the rise - up by approximately 50 percent over the same period last year.  援助机构说,阿富汗不安定的局势升级,阻碍了救援工作。“阿富汗救援协调机构”代表大约100个非政府救援组织。该机构刚刚发表的声明还说,在阿富汗冲突中被杀害的平民人数在上升,大约比去年同期上升了50%。Speaking with VOA from her office in Kabul, ACBAR spokesperson Anja de Beer says that while most of the deaths are attributed to insurgents, the international and Afghan forces are also responsible. Some of the deaths she says occur in aerial bombings but there are also cases where she alleges they are the result of excessive force. 阿富汗救援协调机构发言人比尔在喀布尔的办公室对美国之音说,虽然大多数平民死在暴乱分子手中,但是国际部队和阿富汗军队也应该承担责任。她说,一些人死于空袭,但是也有人死于过度使用武力。"There are unfortunately instances that a search is conducted by coalition forces and the Afghan forces, sometimes there are extra-judicial executions, that luckily seems to be the exception," said de Beer. 比尔说:“不幸的是某些死亡事故发生在联军和阿富汗部队发动的搜查中,有时还发生非法处死人的事例,但是幸好看来这是个别情况。”De Beer added that the insurgents are gaining a foothold in areas where they were not so strong before. This, she says, has forced the closure of a large number of schools and health facilities in the south; is hindering the implementation of vital development projects; and has caused significant levels of internal displacement. 比尔还说,暴乱分子正在某些过去他们力量薄弱的地区取得立足点。她说,这已迫使在南部关闭大量学校和卫生设施,这还阻碍了至关重要的发展项目的进行,而且已经导致大批人口流离失所。The ACBAR statement says that aid agencies are also increasingly being targeted by both insurgents and criminal elements. This, it says has forced many relief agencies to restrict their development and humanitarian activities. 阿富汗救援协调机构的声明说,暴乱分子和罪犯对救援机构的袭击日益频繁。声明说,这迫使许多救援机构限制自己的发展及人道活动。Relief officials worry that with a drought in some parts of the country and increased food prices, over four million Afghans are facing extremely difficult circumstances. They say that young children, and pregnant and breastfeeding women are at especially high risk.  救援工作人员担心,由于阿富汗国内某些地区的旱灾以及食品价格上涨,400多万阿富汗人面临及其困难的境地。他们说,儿童和妇及哺乳的妇女处境尤其危险。ACBAR's Anja de beer says her organization believes the Afghan conflict cannot be solved on the battlefield. 比尔说,她的组织认为,阿富汗冲突不可能在战场上解决。"What is needed for sustainable peace is support for development and delivery of essential services to the population, government reforms and peace building initiatives," she said. 她说:“持久和平需要的是持发展、向民众提供基本务、以及政府改革和开展和平方案。”De Beer also said perceived corruption by the Afghan authorities turns members of the public against the government. Also, she added, the agricultural sector needs more support and that aid should be delivered in a more efficient and effective manner. 比尔还说 ,由于阿富汗当局被认为很腐败,使阿富汗公众反对本国政府。她还说,农业部门需要更多持,而且应当以更迅速和更有效的方式提供救援。200808/45401

探索世界奥秘之Supermassive Black Holes(超大质量黑洞) 08In every galaxy scientists looked at, they found evidence for a supermassive black hole.NGC 3115NGC 3377NGC 3379In M31 and M32In total there is probably 20-30 or so black holes that have been found. Supermassive black holes were supposed to be rare, but Hubble was finding them everywhere, both feeding in active galaxies and lurking quietly in ordinary galaxies. Pretty soon we got used to the idea that everything we would look at would have a black hole in it. You know, after the first three or four cases, we are beginning to wonder: does every one have a black hole? One by one we were seeing this picture sort of emerge out of the fog that, that every galaxy, almost every galaxy had a supermassive black hole in it. It was really quite astonishing.Far from being rare freaks of nature, the Nukers began to suspect that all galaxies could have giant black holes at their hearts. If this was true, it would revolutionize ideas of what a galaxy actually is. More disturbingly, it meant there could be a supermassive black hole lurking at the heart of our very own galaxy, the Milky Way. Andrea Ghez has been coming to Hawaii for the last five years, trying to find out if there is a supermassive black hole in the middle of the Milky Way. When I first started thinking about astronomy, it never occurred to me that there might be a supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy. The idea was that galaxies rotated just around the mass of the center, which was just stars and gas and dust, nothing particularly exotic.Andrea Ghez has been using a telescope even more powerful than Hubble, the Keck Telescope, perched 14,000 feet up on the sacred mountain of Mauna Kea. The Keck Telescope is the biggest optical telescope in the world. It has a vast mirror, ten meters across, made up of 36 segments of highly polished aluminized glass.freak: a person, animal, or plant with a physical abnormalityperch: be situated above or on the edge of somethingaluminize: treat with aluminum; cover with aluminum200808/45323

Mugabe to Discuss Post-Election Options With Party Leaders津部分选举结果仍未公布引起猜测  More than five days after voting ended for four national elections in Zimbabwe, results for three of the contests are still outstanding. Zimbabwe's president, Robert Mugabe, will chair a meeting of his party's leadership Friday as the country continues to await results from a tense presidential vote. Rumor and speculation continue to muddy the political waters as people wait for results, in particular the presidential poll. 津巴布韦举行4场全国性选举5天多之后,其中3场选举的结果仍然没有公布。在人们等待选举结果之际,谣言和猜测,尤其是有关总统选举的种种猜测,搅浑了政治水潭。 The long wait for the tally in the presidential poll has created opportunities for interest groups to take public positions against their opponents. 对于总统选举点票结果的长时间的等待,给各种利益集团创造了机会,使他们能对自己的对手采取公开的立场。The independent Media Monitoring Project of Zimbabwe says state-owned daily newspapers and television are displaying strong bias towards President Robert Mugabe and his party, ZANU-PF. 独立组织津巴布韦媒体监督项目表示,国营的日报和电视台对穆加贝总统和他的政党津巴布韦非洲民族联盟-爱国阵线表现出强烈的偏向。The Herald newspaper slammed the opposition Movement for Democratic Change, which won a majority of the parliamentary seats. It again repeated ZANU-PF allegations of the past eight years that the British government is the "real power" behind the MDC. 先驱报猛烈抨击赢得议会多数席位的反对党民主变革运动。这家报纸再次重申了津巴布韦非洲民族联盟-爱国阵线8年来提出的“关于英国政府是操纵民主变革运动的真正力量”的指控。By mid-day there was also no result from the Zimbabwe Elections Commission in the race for the Senate. The newly created Senate can block legislation passed by parliament. 直到中午时分,津巴布韦选举委员会仍然没有公布参议院的选举结果。最近才成立的参议院可以阻挠国民议会通过的法案。For the first time since independence in 1980, ZANU-PF narrowly lost its parliamentary majority late Wednesday when the Zimbabwe Election Commission announced results for the assembly. 星期三晚间,当津巴布韦选举委员会宣布国民议会的选举结果时,津巴布韦非洲民族联盟-爱国阵线自从这个国家1980年获得独立以来,首次以微小的差距失去议会的多数席位。Results are also due for about 2,000 local government councilors. 大约2000名地方政府委员会成员的选举结果也该公布了。But for most Zimbabweans, the news they want to hear is the tally in the presidential poll. Zimbabwe's constitution, which has been amended many times, accords the president enormous powers. 但是,对于大部分津巴布韦人来说,他们希望听到的消息是总统选举的点票结果。被修改过多次的津巴布韦宪法授予总统巨大的权力。President Mugabe's deputy information minister, Bright Matonga, says if President Mugabe does not win a clear majority of 50 percent plus one vote, he will take part in a run-off election as demanded by law. 穆加贝总统的信息部副部长马通加表示,如果穆加贝总统没有赢得50%加1票的明显多数,他将参加法律所要求的决选。President Mugabe appeared relaxed when he appeared on state television saying good-bye to a group of election observers from the African Union. 穆加贝总统在国家电视台露面、对一群来自非洲联盟的选举观察员说再见的时候,他显得很放松。The opposition MDC presidential challenger, Morgan Tsvangirai, says he believes he has aly won a small majority, but he has indicated he would also participate in a run-off. 反对党民主变革运动的总统候选人茨万吉拉伊说,他相信他已经以微弱多数赢得了选举,但是他表示他也会参加决选。Meanwhile, South Africa's national broadcaster is reporting that the third candidate in the presidential race, Simba Makoni, says he will throw his weight behind Tsvangirai in any run-off. 与此同时,南非的国家广播电台报导说,总统选举中的第3位候选人马科尼表示,他将在决选中持茨万吉拉伊。Several vendors of imported groceries in a high-density suburb south of Harare say they are certain the delay in announcing the results of the presidential poll would rob Tsvangirai of victory.One said he wanted revenge against Mr. Mugabe. He said he has been living in poverty since 2005 when police broke down his small shop where he sold scrap metal as well as second-hand tools.Despite their obvious anxiety to know the outcome of the vote, Zimbabweans continue to wait patiently and peacefully for results. 200804/33402

dawdle ------ 磨磨蹭蹭(不及物动词) 英文释义(intransitive verb) To move in a slow, idle manner; to progress so slowly that other people become annoyed. 例句My young son often dawdles a bit before getting y to go to sleep at night.我的小儿子在晚上睡觉前总是会磨蹭一会儿。 /201610/466531

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