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黑龙江省维多利亚医院怎样预约哈尔滨人工流产专业医院Ida Tarbell, 1857-1944: She Used Her Reporting Skills Against One of the Most Powerful Companies in the WorldTarbell charged that Standard Oil was using illegal methods to hurt or destroy smaller oil companies. ANNOUNCER:People in America, a program in Special English on the Voice of America. Every week we tell about a person who was important in the history of the ed States. Today Shirley Griffith and Ray Freeman tell about reporter Ida Minerva Tarbell. Ida Tarbell was one of the most successful magazine writers in the ed States during the last century. She wrote important stories at a time when women had few social or political rights.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE: Ida Tarbell Ida Tarbell used her reporting skills against one of the most powerful companies in the world. That company was Standard Oil. Ida Tarbell charged that Standard Oil was using illegal methods to hurt or destroy smaller oil companies.She investigated these illegal business dealings and wrote about them for a magazine called McClure's. The reports she wrote led to legal cases that continued all the way to the Supreme Court of the ed States.(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:Ida Tarbell was born in the eastern state of Pennsylvania in November, eighteen fifty-seven. Her family did not have much money. Her father worked hard but had not been very successful.When Ida was three years old, oil was discovered in the nearby town of Titusville. Her father entered the oil business. He struggled as a small businessman to compete with the large oil companies.Ida's mother had been a school teacher. She made sure that Ida attended school. She also helped the young girl learn her school work.Ida wanted to study science at college. Most people at that time thought it was not important for young women to learn anything more than to and write. Most people thought educating women was a waste of money.Ida's parents, however, believed education was important -- even for women. They sent her to Allegheny College in nearby Meadville, Pennsylvania. She was nineteen.VOICE ONE:Those who knew Ida Tarbell in college say she would wake up at four o'clock in the morning to study. She was never happy with her school work until she thought it was perfect. In eighteen eighty, Ida finished college. In August of that year, she got a teaching job in Poland, Ohio. It paid five hundred dollars a year.VOICE TWO:Miss Tarbell learned that she was expected to teach subjects about which she knew nothing. She was able to do so by ing the school books before the students did. She was a successful teacher, but the work, she decided, was too difficult for the amount she was paid. So she returned home after one year. A small newspaper in the town of Meadville soon offered her a job.Many years later, Ida Tarbell said she had never considered being a writer. She took the job with the newspaper only because she needed the money. At first, she worked only a few hours each week. Later, however, she was working sixteen hours a day. She discovered that she loved to see things she had written printed in the paper. She worked very hard at becoming a good writer.VOICE ONE:Miss Tarbell enjoyed working for the newspaper. She discovered, though, that she was interested in stories that were too long for the paper to print. She also wanted to study in France. To earn money while in Paris, she decided she would write for American magazines.Ida Tarbell found it difficult to live in Paris without much money. She also found it difficult to sell her work to magazines. The magazines were in the ed States. She was in Paris. Some of her stories were never used because it took too long for them to reach the magazine. Yet she continued to write.Several magazines soon learned that she was a serious writer.VOICE TWO:A man named Samuel McClure visited Miss Tarbell in Paris. He owned a magazine named McClure's. Mister McClure had several of her stories. He wanted her to return to the ed States and work for his magazine. She immediately understood that this was a very good offer. But she said no. She proposed that she write for McClure's from Paris.Ida Tarbell wrote many stories for McClure's. She did this for some time before returning to the ed States. Her writing was very popular. She helped make McClure's one of the most successful magazines of its day.One of her first jobs for the magazine was a series of stories about the life of the French Emperor Napoleon. The series was printed in McClure's Magazine in eighteen ninety-four. It was an immediate success. The series was later printed as a book. It was very popular for a number of years.VOICE ONE:Her next project was a series about the life of American President Abraham Lincoln. She began her research by talking with people who had known him. She used nothing they told her, however, unless she could prove it was true to the best of her ability.McClure's Magazine wanted a short series about President Lincoln. But Ida Tarbell's series lasted for one year in the magazine. Like her series about Napoleon, the President Lincoln stories were immediately popular. They helped sell more magazines. She continued her research about President Lincoln.Through the years, she would write eight books about President Lincoln.(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:Miss Tarbell's reports about the Standard Oil Company are considered more important than any of her other writings. Her nineteen-part series was called The History of the Standard Oil Company. McClure's Magazine published it beginning in nineteen-oh-two.Her reports showed that Standard Oil used illegal methods to make other companies lose business. One method was to sell oil in one area of the country for much less than the oil was worth.This caused smaller companies in that area to fail. They could not sell their oil for that low a price and still make a profit. After a company failed, Standard Oil would then increase the price of its oil. This kind of unfair competition was illegal.VOICE ONE:Miss Tarbell had trouble discovering information about the Standard Oil Company. She tried to talk to businessmen who worked in the oil business. At first, few would agree to talk.They were afraid of the Standard Oil Company and its owner, John D. Rockefeller. He was one of the richest and most powerful men in the world.Miss Tarbell kept seeking information. She was told by one man that Rockefeller would try to destroy McClure's Magazine. But she did not listen to the threats. She soon found evidence that Standard Oil had been using unfair and illegal methods to destroy other oil companies. Soon many people were helping her find the evidence she needed.VOICE TWO:Ida Tarbell's investigations into Standard Oil were partly responsible for later legal action by the federal government against the company. The case began in nineteen-oh-six. In nineteen eleven, the Supreme Court of the ed States ruled against Standard Oil because of its illegal dealings. The decision was a major one. It forced the huge company to separate into thirty-six different companies.John D. Rockefeller never had to appear in court himself. Yet the public felt he was responsible for his company's illegal actions. The investigative work of Ida Tarbell helped form that public opinion. That investigative work continues to be what she is known for, even though some of her later writings defendedAmerican business. She died in nineteen forty-four.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:A picture has survived from the long ago days when Ida Tarbell took on the giant Standard Oil Company. It shows John D. Rockefeller walking to his car. It was taken after his company had lost an important court battle. He is wearing a tall black hat and a long coat. He looks angry.Several people are watching the famous man from behind the car. One is a very tall women. Mister Rockefeller does not see her.If you look closely at the picture, you can see the face of Ida Tarbell. She is smiling. If you know the story, her smile clearly says: "I won."(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:This Special English program was written and produced by Paul Thompson. I'm Ray Freeman.VOICE ONE:And I'm Shirley Griffith. Join us again next week at this time for another PEOPLE IN AMERICA program, on VOA. Article/200803/32049黑龙江省哈尔滨九院正规吗 Everybody loves juice. It’s the yummiest thing in the world. I can’t think of anything tastier than a cold glass of any kind of juice. I have to have a glass of orange juice every morning. I like to spend a little extra to make sure it’s 100 per cent juice. I don’t really like the stuff that says it’s juice on the box, but is really 70 per cent water and sugar. Of course freshly squeezed juice is the best - you can really taste the fruit. One thing I love about going to another country is trying different kinds of juice. Tropical countries have all kinds of really delicious juice. One time I remember trying sugar cane juice. I was in heaven. It’s a shame I can’t buy it where I live. I also love coconut juice, or is that coconut milk? Article/201105/137036哈尔滨哪家医院做人流较好

哈尔滨看妇科疾病Slowly, Old Mrs White went back into the house.Her husband looked up and saw something strange in her face.慢慢地,年迈的怀特太太又回到了屋里。她的丈夫打量着她,瞧见她脸上有一种奇怪的表情。;What#39;s the matter?; he asked.;怎么啦?;他问。;Nothing,; his wife answered,and she sat down to finish her breakfast. She began to think about Tom Morris again and suddenly she said to her husband, ;Your friend drank a lot of whisky last night! A monkey#39;s paw! What a story!;;没事儿,;妻子说着就坐下来继续吃她的早餐。她又开始想汤姆;莫里斯的事。突然,她对丈夫说,;昨天晚上你的朋友喝了太多的威士忌!讲了神奇的猴爪!可怕的故事!;Mr White did not answer her because just then the post man arrived. He brought two letters for them;but there was no money in them. After breakfast the two old people forgot about the money and the monkey#39;s paw.怀特先生没有回答她,因为这时候邮差到了,邮差为他们带来了两封信,但里面并没有钱。早餐后,两位老人已忘记了钱和猴爪的事。Later in the day, at about one o#39;clock, Mr and Mrs White sat down to eat and then they began to talk about money again. They did not have very much money, so they often needed to talk about it.这一天晚些时候,大约1点左右,怀特夫妇坐下来吃东西;又开始了有关钱的谈论,他们没有富足的钱,所以他们常常需要谈论钱。;That thirty thousand pounds,; Mrs White said, ;we need it!;;我们需要 30 000英磅。;怀特太太说。;But it didn#39;t come this morning,; her husband answered. ;Let#39;s forget it!;;可今天上午一分钱也没得到,;他丈夫说,;还是让我们忘掉它吧!;Then he said, ;But that thing moved. The monkey#39;s paw moved in my hand! Tom#39;s story was true!;接着,他说,;但那东西确实移动了。猴爪在我的手里动了!汤姆的故事是真的!;;You drank a lot of whisky last night.Perhaps the paw didn#39;t move,; Mrs White answered.;你昨晚喝多了。也许猴爪并未移动。;怀特太太回答道。;It moved!; Mr White cried angrily.;它移动了!;怀特先生恼怒地叫了起来。At first his wife did not answer,but then she said, ;Well, Herbert laughed about it;;开始,他妻子没有理他,好一会儿才说:;赫伯特也嘲笑过这件事。;Suddenly she stopped talking. She stood up and went over to the window.突然,她止住话音,站起来向窗户走去。;What#39;s the matter?; her husband asked.;怎么啦?;她丈夫问。;There#39;s a man in front of our house,; Mrs White answered. ;He#39;s a stranger;very tall;and well-dressed. He#39;s looking at our house... Oh, no... it#39;s OK... He#39;s going away...;;我们的房子前面有一个人,是一个高个子穿着讲究的陌生人,他朝我们这边看,呵,不,好了,他已经走了;;;怀特太太告诉他丈夫。;Come and sit down! Finish eating!; Mr White said.;坐下来,吃完你的饭!;怀特先生说。The old woman did not listen to her husband. ;He isn#39;t going away,; she went on. ;He#39;s coming back. I don#39;t know him;he#39;s a stranger. Yes, he#39;s very well;dressed...;老妇人并没有听丈夫的话。;他没走,;她继续说,;他又回来了,我不认识他,他是陌生人。不错,他穿得很讲究;;;Suddenly Mrs White stopped. She was very excited. ;He#39;s coming to the door... Perhaps he#39;s bringing the money!;突然,怀特太太不说话了,她很兴奋,;他正朝我们的门口走来;;也许他给我们带来了钱!;And she ran out of the room to open the front door.她跑出房间,打开了前门。The tall, well-dressed stranger stood there. For a minute he said nothing, but then he began, ;Good afternoon. I#39;m looking for Mr and Mrs White.;穿着讲究的高个子陌生人站在那儿。他什么也没说。好一会儿,他才开始说话。;下午好,我正要找怀特夫妇。;;Well, I#39;m Mrs White,; the old woman answered. ;What can I do for you?;;哦,我就是怀特太太,;老妇人答道,;我能为你做些什么吗?;At first the stranger did not answer, but then he said, ;Mrs White, I#39;m from Maw and Meggins. Can I come in and talk to you?;陌生人顿了顿才说,;怀特太太,我从莫和麦金森来,我能进去跟您谈谈吗?;Maw and Meggins had a big factory and Herbert White worked there on the machinery.莫和麦金森有一个大工厂,赫伯特;怀特在那儿作机器操作工。;Yes, of course,; Mrs White answered. ;Please come in.;;当然可以,请进吧。;怀特太太答道。The well-dressed stranger came into the little living-room and Mr White stood up.穿着讲究的陌生人进了小客厅,怀特先生站了起来。;Are you Mr White?; the stranger began. Then he went on, ;I#39;m from Maw and Meggins.;;你是怀特先生吗?;陌生人问。他又继续介绍,;我从莫和麦金森来。; Article/201203/175949哈尔滨阿城市妇幼保健院妇科好吗 有声名著之螺丝在拧紧 Chapter16英文原著:《螺丝在拧紧The.Turn.of.the.Screw》文本下载 相关名著:有声名著之查泰莱夫人的情人有声名著之简爱有声名著之呼啸山庄有声名著之傲慢与偏见有声名著之儿子与情人有声名著之红与黑有声名著之歌剧魅影有声名著之了不起的盖茨比有声名著之远大前程有声名著之巴斯史维尔猎犬 Article/200810/53465黑龙江省妇幼医院妇产科建卡要多少钱

黑龙江省维多利亚医院无痛人流收费标准Love is More Thicker than Forget by E. E. Cummings Love is more thicker than forgetMore thinner than recallMore seldom than a wave is wetMore frequent than to fail It is most mad and moonlyAnd less it shall unbeThan all the sea which onlyIs deeper than the sea Love is Iess always than to winLess never than aliveLess bigger than the least beginLess littler than forgiveIt is most sane and sunlyAnd more it cannot dieThan all the sky which onlyIs higher than the sky Article/200912/90838 15The Lord said to Moses, 2"Speak to the Israelites and say to them: 'After you enter the land I am giving you as a home 3and you present to the Lord offerings made by fire, from the herd or the flock, as an aroma pleasing to the Lord -whether burnt offerings or sacrifices, for special vows or freewill offerings or festival offerings- 4then the one who brings his offering shall present to the Lord a grain offering of a tenth of an ephah of fine flour mixed with a quarter of a hin of oil. 5With each lamb for the burnt offering or the sacrifice, prepare a quarter of a hin of wine as a drink offering. 6" 'With a ram prepare a grain offering of two-tenths of an ephah of fine flour mixed with a third of a hin of oil, 7and a third of a hin of wine as a drink offering. Offer it as an aroma pleasing to the Lord . 8" 'When you prepare a young bull as a burnt offering or sacrifice, for a special vow or a fellowship offering to the Lord , 9bring with the bull a grain offering of three-tenths of an ephah of fine flour mixed with half a hin of oil. 10Also bring half a hin of wine as a drink offering. It will be an offering made by fire, an aroma pleasing to the Lord . 11Each bull or ram, each lamb or young goat, is to be prepared in this manner. 12Do this for each one, for as many as you prepare. 13" 'Everyone who is native-born must do these things in this way when he brings an offering made by fire as an aroma pleasing to the Lord . 14For the generations to come, whenever an alien or anyone else living among you presents an offering made by fire as an aroma pleasing to the Lord , he must do exactly as you do. 15The community is to have the same rules for you and for the alien living among you; this is a lasting ordinance for the generations to come. You and the alien shall be the same before the Lord : 16The same laws and regulations will apply both to you and to the alien living among you.' " 17The Lord said to Moses, 18"Speak to the Israelites and say to them: 'When you enter the land to which I am taking you 19and you eat the food of the land, present a portion as an offering to the Lord . 20Present a cake from the first of your ground meal and present it as an offering from the threshing floor. 21Throughout the generations to come you are to give this offering to the Lord from the first of your ground meal. 22" 'Now if you unintentionally fail to keep any of these commands the Lord gave Moses- 23any of the Lord 's commands to you through him, from the day the Lord gave them and continuing through the generations to come- 24and if this is done unintentionally without the community being aware of it, then the whole community is to offer a young bull for a burnt offering as an aroma pleasing to the Lord , along with its prescribed grain offering and drink offering, and a male goat for a sin offering. 25The priest is to make atonement for the whole Israelite community, and they will be forgiven, for it was not intentional and they have brought to the Lord for their wrong an offering made by fire and a sin offering. 26The whole Israelite community and the aliens living among them will be forgiven, because all the people were involved in the unintentional wrong. 27" 'But if just one person sins unintentionally, he must bring a year-old female goat for a sin offering. 28The priest is to make atonement before the Lord for the one who erred by sinning unintentionally, and when atonement has been made for him, he will be forgiven. 29One and the same law applies to everyone who sins unintentionally, whether he is a native-born Israelite or an alien. 30" 'But anyone who sins defiantly, whether native-born or alien, blasphemes the Lord , and that person must be cut off from his people. 31Because he has despised the Lord 's word and broken his commands, that person must surely be cut off; his guilt remains on him.' " 32While the Israelites were in the desert, a man was found gathering wood on the Sabbath day. 33Those who found him gathering wood brought him to Moses and Aaron and the whole assembly, 34and they kept him in custody, because it was not clear what should be done to him. 35Then the Lord said to Moses, "The man must die. The whole assembly must stone him outside the camp." 36So the assembly took him outside the camp and stoned him to death, as the Lord commanded Moses. 37The Lord said to Moses, 38"Speak to the Israelites and say to them: 'Throughout the generations to come you are to make tassels on the corners of your garments, with a blue cord on each tassel. 39You will have these tassels to look at and so you will remember all the commands of the Lord , that you may obey them and not prostitute yourselves by going after the lusts of your own hearts and eyes. 40Then you will remember to obey all my commands and will be consecrated to your God. 41I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of Egypt to be your God. I am the Lord your God.' " Article/200810/53932哈尔滨第四医院咨询专线黑龙江中医药大学附属第一医院在哪

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