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2018年10月24日 06:43:25 | 作者:华龙新闻 | 来源:新华社
Plate tectonics板块构造论 Faulty thinking断层理论 错误理论The myth and reality of the Japanese earthquake 日本大地震的神秘与真相BACK in January, Japanese seismologists warned that the tectonic plates colliding beneath the Pacific Ocean off the north-east coast of Japan were poised to slip catastrophically. By their reckoning, there was a 99% chance of an earthquake of magnitude 8.0 occurring off the Miyagi coast, and a 90% chance of one off Ibaraki prefecture, within the next 30 years. They were surprised only by the sheer size of the magnitude 9.0 monster that was unleashed when the plates at last let go on March 11th. 早在今年一月的时候,日本地震学家就曾警告说太平洋洋底日本东北海岸下的板块相互冲撞会导致造成倾斜、引起灾难。根据他们的估计,30年内,宫城县海岸附近发生8.0级大地震的可能性为99%,而茨城县海岸附近的几率则为90%。3月11日板块终于释放能量、发生9.0级强震,地震学家仅仅惊讶震级如此之高。It seems that, on occasions, the rupture along this particular type of “reverse fault” (where the upper part of one side of the fault is thrust over the foot of the other) can jump across gaps and other boundaries along the fissure, linking up with other parts of the fault to extend the breach alarmingly. The traditional fault-segmentation model used in seismology does not allow for this. But on that fateful Friday, when the North American plate slid over the Pacific plate along a subduction zone running 130km (80 miles) off the Pacific coast of northern Japan, the shock leapt from the first segment to a second and on to a third, extending the fault zone some 400km and increasing its intensity more than 30-fold. With all the action taking place only 24km down, the seabed was thrust violently upwards, triggering huge waves.有时,似乎沿这种特别的“逆向断层”(断层一面的上部插入另一面的下方之上)的断裂会越过沿着缝隙的裂口及其他分界处,同该断层的其他部分连起来并且把断裂处拉长,甚至会出现危险。地质学中使用的传统的断层分割模型并不能解释这种现象。然而在灾难发生的这个周五,当北美板块沿日本北部的太平洋海岸旁边长130千米(80公里)的俯冲带滑过太平洋板块后,冲击从第一个分割跳到第二个、随后又跳到第三个,断层地带被拉长到400千米,地震强度增加了30多倍。所有这一切活动都发生在据海平面仅34千米以下的地方,所以海床剧烈地向上猛推,引起惊涛骇浪。Could such a chain of seismic events happen elsewhere in Japan? Many in Tokyo fear that earthquakes may be creeping closer. The Japanese media have drawn attention to a quake of magnitude 6.6 on the far side of the country, between Nagano and Niigata prefectures, and to a quake of magnitude 6.1 in Shizuoka prefecture, both within days of the main quake. But these fairly common events occurred on entirely different tectonic plates. It is hard to imagine how faults on one continental plate might communicate with those on another that is hundreds of kilometres away.这种连锁地震可能发生在日本其他地方吗?很多在东京的人害怕地震也许离他们越来越近。日本媒体关注了一起发生在该国偏远地带、在长野和与新泻之间的6.6级地震,以及一起发生在静冈县的6.1级地震,这两次地震都发生在大地震后不久。然而这些相当平常的事件却是在完全不同的板块构造上发生的。很难想象一块大陆板块上的断层是如何同远在数千千米远的另一块断层发生相互作用的。No doubt Tokyo will be sideswiped one day. The most likely spawning ground for that earthquake will be 100km or more to the south-west, where the Philippine plate dives under the Eurasian plate, creating a continuous sequence of shudders. This could feasibly cause a megaquake of the kind the north-east has just suffered. But the evidence remains largely against it.毫无疑问终有一天东京会受到擦边撞击。最有可能发生这一地震的地带也许是西南部100千米或更远的地区,那时菲律宾板块冲到欧亚板块下面,引发持续不断的摇晃。这极有可能引发像此次日本东北地区遭受的大地震。但是这一说法仍无无据持。201104/130284Why women lieAuthor Susan Shapiro Barash and relationship expert Argie Allen discuss the reasons females are carrying around deep, dark secrets.Advice columnist Ann Landers once said that the naked truth is always better than the best-addressed lie. But some new information on women and lying could leave you wondering was anyone listening.I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.what did you just say?I'm sleeping with a 25-year-old.On N's Lipstick Jungle, one woman lies on the job when accused of sexual harassment. Is there any truth? Jay's claim?No, absolutely not.And in the classic film, Belle de Jour, this woman is both chaste wife and unknown to her husband, a prostitute.Sure, these are the stories of the big and small screen, but might they reflect real-life drama more than you'd initially think? A new book "Little white lies, deep dark screts" suggested that the answer to that question is yes. Its author found women use lies in a broad range of areas as a means to an end. 75% of women say have to lie in the workplace to sustain their positions. 60% admit to an addiction secret. 50% have mixed emotions about mothering. I think that women, you know, keep secrets in order to protect themselves. uh, nobody likes to be judged, you know, I do have a very open relationship with my children, but when they ask me direct questions, I don't feel it's always beneficial to, you know, to answer them.I think everyone, you know, conceal the truth, all throughout their day at different times, in different ways, in different situations, and because of that, you know, all different types of things can be considered lying, yeah. Sometimes, you're left better unsaid, if that, if that telling a lie by not telling how you really feel, then I do, I'm guilty of it.Lying is a survival mechanism, so we yes, we definitely all do it. And Susan Shapiro Barash, she is the author of "Little white lies, deep dark secrets". Argie Allen is a relationship therapist. Good morning to both of you. I want to point out that those two women, you just saw, they are not serial liars by any means, they are just speaking in general terms about women and lying. And Susan, you found out through your research that most women live by this code of lying, secrets and deception. Is it something that's hardwired in us, or is it nurtured?I think it's both, Merida, it's partly the culture, really almost encouraging women to make a secret of anything that isn't what they're supposed to do, perhaps, an addiction, women lie about money, and then nurturing while our mothers have often taught us how to lie compassionately, you don't tell your friend she doesn't look good in a dress, you don't tell your husband you don't like the necklace he brought home. But those are innocent lies, aren't they?Innocent lies, but they can take you to the lie that you really need and sometimes it's just expedient to lie. So women have to decide.We have some of our viewers email us things that they lie about, and one woman wrote my biggest lie would be my happiness in my marriage. I'm actually miserable but put on the facade that all is ok. Another said that I don't tell my husband exactly how much money we have and what we owe. I also don't tell him how much of a tax refund we received. Now those, those are going towards the bad, aren't they?Well, these are betterment lies, thy lie improves the situation, and you know if you reveal your secret, you feel that it is not really going to help you. 02/61923O^#dC502ZWK!po+H|w2LTD^b2VW+VtqsSay what you want, but Steve Jobs was the guy who envisioned a computer on every desk, and ear bud in every year and a device that would take multitasking to a whole new level. He didnt just envision. He made it happened.6g.8y|rffryqO1,mmAnd we are calling it iPhone.HusuC|)tF);)+%A3He was about humanizing technology in a way that make it extraordinarily easy and was an absolutely joy and pleasure to use.N(Yr^40MHFHis gut instinct was his genius. Its absolutely unteachable.bFH|_XU)#1~~2@IWVmiIts rare when someone can affect your life in such a personal way and you dont know them at all.lY-+TCUjk+uiMQ_|wqfGenius is not about making complicated things. Its about making complicated things very simply.W^ltuv~6a~QMaking things simple and beautiful, thats was genius of Steve Jobs from the very start.CT_fkmwXr-A_He 一般人都会说出需求,但是史蒂夫;乔布斯把计算机放到了每张办公桌上,他就是这种有奇思妙想的家伙to[Z6m8cCFuCP[h。每一年,一种全新水准的多处理设备就会问世[#%ILCfmFkI)G。他不只是想象Jo7G20n;0aiXX51。他使梦想成真yqIlbIk#uM。我们称这个艺术品为iPhone_3q3)QD4a%~gYVXW@。他的以人为本的技术,使它不仅极其容易使用,而且也绝对能够给使用者带来使用的一种享受于愉悦ULTsj|.@_(iY8Aonu。他的本能就是他的天才wSefRT6(;Y[ph。这绝对是无师自通|%wWN.GNI0。当有人会以这样一种个人方式影响你的生活而和你却无动于衷简直是世所罕见LF8ZIDifG]md4BWdxI。天才不会把事情搞复杂UAbmr3iEHqnKb#uM3.]K。天才只会化繁为简fYJ#KJ+#@MK-,Zo.Y。把事情做简单,让事物更美好,这就是史蒂夫;乔布斯的天才哲学#-AMDcRlIWOLDSn_8xs%。tE+lLN8,~E9TR+@mjs,@~NGbg4[uDxHLrF@Pt9d201111/161014American forces in Japan美国驻日军队Another lost year又一年的迷失Some unspoken truths about Japan’s security relationship with America 日本与美国安全关系方面几个不言而喻的真相May 26th 2011 | TOKYO | from the print edition LESS than a month after a new government took office in Japan in September , American officials talked their Japanese counterparts through a longstanding frustration: stalled plans to build a new airbase for American marines on the southern island of Okinawa. According to confidential minutes of the meeting sent to Washington, DC by the American embassy in Tokyo, leaked by WikiLeaks, Kurt Campbell, an assistant secretary of state, said a new airstrip was necessary because of China’s growing military strength. But that could not be discussed publicly, “for obvious reasons”.年9月日本新政府走马上任,在此后不到一个月的时间里,美国官员与他们的日本同行讨论了这个持续已久的麻烦事——美国海军要在冲绳岛(Okinawa)南侧修建新空军基地的计划陷入僵局。会议的秘密记录从东京的美国大使馆送到了华盛顿特区,但是被维基解密泄露出来,根据这份记录,美国国务卿的助理柯特坎贝尔(Kurt Campbell)认为:由于中国军事力量日益强大,修建新的空军基地势在必行。但是“由于某些明显原因”,这种话题显然不能拿到桌子上谈。A few months later Mr Campbell went further, according to another cable. Because of potential threats from North Korea, China and elsewhere, America and Japan faced “the most challenging security environment” in 50 years. However, he said the messages to the public often glossed over that reality. Presumably that too was to avoid offending China, even though it would have helped Okinawans to understand why the new facility is deemed so important. 根据另一份报告,坎贝尔进一步的提出。由于朝鲜、中国和其他地方存在着潜在威胁,美国和日本在未来50年里面临“最严峻的安全环境”。但是,他认为对公众透露的信息总会掩盖事实真相。这也被推测为避免冒犯中国,尽管这有助于冲绳岛居民了解为何新空军基地举足轻重的地位。201106/138923

BANNED Pres. Bush InterviewThis is a I found of an Irish TV interview with President Bush. I later found out that this interview was not shown on American television because it was banned! Why you ask, take a look and see.Mr. President, I know your time is tight. Can I move you onto, em, to Europe? Are you satisfied that you are getting enough help in Iraq from European countries? You have come together, you are more friendly now. But they are not really stepping up to the plate with help, are they?Well I think, first of all, most of Europe supported the decision in Iraq. If, really, what you were talking about is France, isn't it? And ,and they didn’t agree with my decision; they did vote for the UN Security Council resolution that said disclose disarm or face serious consequences. We just had a difference of opinion about when you say something do you mean it? And, but, nevertheless, no doubt in my mind. President Chirac would like to see a free and democratic and whole Iraq emerge. And it’s the same in Afghanistan. They’ve been very helpful in Afghanistan. They are willing to forgive death in Iraq. But most European countries are very supportive, even very, you know, participating in the reconstruction of Iraq. And how do you see the handover going? The next few weeks are going to be crucial. Can democracy really flourish with the violence that’s going on? A hundred Iraqis dead today Mr. President. Yeah. I don’t like death either. I mean, you keep emphasizing the death and I don’t blame you. But all that goes to show as the nature of the enemy. These people are willing to kill innocent people. They are willing to slaughter innocent people to stop the advance of freedom and so the free world has to make a choice. Do we cower in the face of terror? Or do we lead in the face of terror? And I’m gonna lead in the face of terror. We will not let these terrorists dash the hopes and ambitions of the people of Iraq. There is some kind of attitude that says ‘oh gosh, the terrorists attack. Let’s let the Iraqis suffer more.’ We are not gonna let them suffer more. We are gonna work with them. And I’m most proud of this fellow, prime minister Alavi, he’s strong and he’s tough. He says to me, ‘Mr. President. Don’t leave our country. Help us secure our country so we can be free.’Indeed, Mr. President, just to get back to that. Can I just turn to the Middle East (Sure.) and you will, be discussing at the EU summit and the idea of bringing democracy to the broader Middle East. (Right.) Is that something that really should start though with the solving of the Israeli-Palestinian crisis?Well I think, first of all, you’ve got a democracy in Turkey. You’ve got a democracy emerging in Afghanistan. You’ve got a democracy in Pakistan. I ..But shouldn’t that be on the top of the list? ..Please, please, please remember, ok, it will be better if you let me finish my answers, and then, and then you can follow up if you don’t mind. And what I’m telling you is that democracy can emerge at the same time. That the democracy can emerge in the Palestinian states. I’m the first American president to have called for the establishment of a Palestinian state. The first one to do so. Because I believe that it’s in the Palestinian people’s interests. I believe it’s in the Israel’s interests. And yes, we are working but we can do more than,you know, one thing at a time. And we are working on the roadmap with the Quartet to advance the process down the road. Like Iraq, the Palestinian and the Israeli issue is gonna require good security measures. And if it more even handed this from America?And we are working on security measures, in America, I’m the first president to ever have called for a Palestinian state. That’s, to me, sounds like a reasonable balanced approach, and, but I will not allow terrorists to determine the fate, as best as I can, to determine the fate of people who wanna be free. Mr. President, thank you very much for talking to us.You are welcome.02/63082

Men "less engaged in work than women"Men in Britain are less engaged in their work compared with women until the final years of employment when they get a late surge of enthusiasm, according to a survey.Men start off their careers at a much lower level of job satisfaction than women, only catching up shortly before they give up the commute and pick up their pension."One line of theory which I would like to look at more is that men have the Protestant ethic of going out to work to make money and not to enjoy it," Simon Easton, co-author of the report said.Women's engagement starts high, before dipping mid-career and then bouncing back, again shortly before retirement.The research carried out by Easton and Darren Van Laar, of the University of Portsmouth's psychology department and spin-out company QoWL, did not look into why there were changes in enthusiasm or explain the differences between the attitudes of men and women.But the pair said the research should encourage employers to hang on to older, more experienced workers who are generally more "engaged."It comes at a time when the British government is looking to speed up plans to raise retirement ages in a bid to rein in a record peacetime budget deficit.Van Laar also said the findings suggested employers could increase employee retention, get higher productivity and reduce absenteeism if they found ways to increase young men's engagement and satisfaction in the workplace.Employers could also try to better understand why women lose engagement at work mid-career, he said.The research quizzed 4,000 people at nine large educational organizations including academics, managers and cleaners as part of wider research into the quality of working life.Vocabulary:catch up: reach the point where one should be after a delay 赶上spin-out:附属的hang on to: 抓紧,保留rein in: 遏制absenteeism: the fact of being frequently away from work or school, especially without good reasons (经常性无故的)旷工,旷课背单词 — 装英语词汇201007/108032

Modernising creaking air-traffic systems will be a huge task空中交通系统现代化进程任重道远THESE days a ,000 car comes with GPS satellite navigation fitted as standard. But a 0m airliner still has to be guided through the skies by spoken instructions from a bloke with a radio in a control tower. That is because air-traffic management (ATM) systems are stuck in the 1950s.如今一辆价值15,000美元的车子配备GPS卫星导航系统已经是司空见惯。但是一架1.5亿美元的飞机却仍然要通过接受控制塔的无线电设备的语音指令航行。其原因在于现行的空中交通管理系统(ATM)还停滞在20世纪50年代。 Instead of flying straight, planes must zigzag from one ground beacon to the next, and ascend and descend in steps, at each stage obtaining permission from the ground. The controllers’ radar only shows planes’ approximate positions, so they must space them well apart. All this wastes fuel and causes congestion and delays. The average flight in European airspace is 50km (31 miles) longer than it need be.从一个地面信标到另一个, 飞机必须蜿蜒飞行而不是直线飞行,一会升一会降,而这每一个步骤飞机都需要从地面取得许可。并且,因为雷达只显示飞机的大概位置,所以控制员必须从很远的地方来定位。所有这些都导致了燃油的浪费,还会造成交通拥堵和延误。在欧洲,飞机运行的距离平均都要比实际所需距离长50公里(31英里)。So the world’s aviation authorities are seeking to modernise the whole system, streamlining the routing of flights and providing much more real-time information to pilots and controllers. This could lead to huge orders for electronics firms, which is why, in his recent jobs speech, President Barack Obama called for billion of extra cash to speed up America’s ATM-modernisation project, NextGen.因此,全世界的航空当局正致力于革新整个航空系统,使航行路线更为顺畅,提供飞行员和管制员更加及时的信息。电子工业也会紧跟着收到巨额订单,这就是为什么奥巴马总统在最近的就业报告中提出要用额外的10亿美元来加速发展美国的航空交通管理系统现代化项目 - 下一代(NexGen)。A study by consultants from McKinsey of Europe’s equivalent project, SESAR, finds that its costs should be dwarfed by the fuel savings and the economic boost from squeezing more flights into Europe’s busy skies. America stands to make similar gains. It is in everyone’s interest to invest in modernisation, but the airlines are wary: several times in recent history they have bought expensive kit only to find they cannot use it because controllers have failed to upgrade their equipment to match.麦肯锡公司的咨询顾问通过研究欧洲相类似的一个项目(SESAR)发现系统现代化以后节省的燃油费用,以及更多航班加入带来的经济效益要远远超过项目的投入。这项发现也适用于美国。投资现代化总是回报颇丰,但是航空业却并非如此:在近代历史上,人们好几次购买了非常昂贵的设配,却发现这些设配根本没用,因为控制设配没有升级,所以不能与之配套。These sorts of ambitious projects to introduce new technology, with countless participants, are prone to cock-ups. Those involved in ATM modernisation want to avoid what happened when mobile-phone standards were set, with different countries ending up with incompatible systems. To guard against that risk, the UN’s International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) has just held a summit in Montreal, at which it divided the long list of ATM modernisation projects into manageable chunks, on which the world’s aviation authorities will try to agree standards, one at a time. The process has started well, though developing countries are said to worry about rich countries imposing costly programmes on them.这些雄心勃勃的项目引进新的技术,还有不计其数的参与者,却常常一团糟。先前在设置手机标准的时候,每个国家最后都设立了自己的系统标准,和其他国家的系统都互不兼容,参与空中交通管理系统(ATM)现代化的人希望不会重蹈覆辙。为了避免此类风险,联合国的国际民用航空组织(ICAO)刚刚在蒙特利尔举行峰会, 在这次峰会上,ICAO把ATM现代化项目分成一个个更易于管理操作的阶段目标,而在这些阶段目标上,全世界的航空当局将会达成世界共同的标准。目前这一计划已经开始起步,与此同时,发展中国家很担心发达国家会将昂贵的项目强加给他们。Agreeing on technical standards will be difficult enough. Harder still, says Nancy Graham, an ICAO official, will be paying for it all. Officials in Brussels talk of providing201110/156189

It's been protected from human impact since 1909. With three million acres, nearly a half million under water, Superior National Forest is largely unspoiled. But now the survival of this national treasure rest with those who would see some of it burned. When a massive windstorm flattened nearly a half million acres of trees in July of 1999, the Forest Service knew a major wildfire was inevitable. They refer to this area simply as ‘the blowdown’, over 700 square miles of kindling just waiting for a spark. "Yeah, we are kind of wondering why that hasn't happened, um, when it's twice as dry, twice as warm and windy and there is lightning out there. But, er, so far we just haven't had lightning in a good patch of timber to burn." On this day," just to let you know the Magnetic Rock burn is a goal." The Forest Service will strike the match. "The weather forecast for today is favorable". But not before checking that conditions are just right. "Pretty consistent, mainly southwest to leave at 14:50." Gusts of wind more than 15 miles per hour in the wrong direction could be disastrous. And if things go wrong, if the fire gets out of control, it would be burn boss Tim Norman who's responsible. "Yeah, Tim, we're y to launch the torch of fuel". It will come from above. The helicopter disappearing over this ridge will drop a flaming gel on the forest floor. The natural fuel there does the rest. For hours, wave after wave of air assaults rein fire from above. This is the time when all that planning to keep homeowners safe is put to the test. "Before the burn, during the burn and after the burn, we're trying to look at it as many angles as we can, we're trying (to) outguess what could possibly happen and conduct it safely." In the end, a plan with promise gave way to some disappointment. No safety problems, but the Forest Service had hoped to burn 1300 acres, shifting winds and problems with the flaming gel limited the burn to just 200. But that is still a significant amount of forest to burn. "How long will this area take to green up?" "Oh, it'll be green by next spring". This area now creates a much needed buffer between the blowdown and hundreds of homes and businesses on the edge of the wilderness .Burning the forest to keep a future wildfire in check. It's a huge job that's only just begun.1. Superior National Forest: n.Superior National Forest is a national forest of the ed States located in the Arrowhead Region of the state of Minnesota between the U.S.-Canadian border and the north shore of Lake Superior. The area is part of the greater Boundary Waters region along the border of Minnesota and the Canadian province of Ontario, a historic and important thoroughfare in the fur trading and exploring days of British North America. 2. kindling: n.Kindling is small pieces of dry wood and other materials that you use to start a fire. 3. gel: n.A colloid in which the disperse phase has combined with the dispersion medium to produce a semisolid material, such as a jelly. 4. in check: idiom.Restrained from moving or acting; under control.200811/54793

Obama Hails Historic Senate Health Care Vote奥巴马称赞参议院通过医保改革法案U.S. President Barack Obama has hailed the Senate vote on health-care reform, calling it a landmark piece of legislation. The measure is a top priority for the Obama administration.美国总统奥巴马称赞参议院投票通过医疗保险改革法案,并称这是一项具有里程碑意义的立法。医疗保险改革是奥巴马政府的重点工作之一。On Christmas Eve, the Senate gave President Barack Obama a very welcome gift.美国参议院在圣诞节前一天送给奥巴马总统一件非常受欢迎的礼物。"In a historic vote that took place this morning members of the Senate joined their colleagues in the House of Representatives to pass a landmark health-insurance reform package," President Obama said.奥巴马总统说:“在今天早上举行的具有历史意义的表决中,参议员们跟众议院的同事们一样,通过了具有里程碑意义的医保改革法案。”It was a big victory for the president. In brief remarks at the White House about an hour after the Senate vote, he spoke of the impact reform will have on the American people.这对奥巴马总统来说是重要的胜利。参议院通过医保改革法案大约一个小时之后,奥巴马谈到医保改革对美国人的影响。"With today's vote we are now incredibly close to making health insurance reform a reality in this country," said Mr. Obama. "Our challenge now is to finish the job."“有了今天的表决,我们现在非常接近让医保改革在我们国家成为现实。眼下我们面临的挑战是完成这项工作。”He acknowledged the toughest part of the process may lie ahead; melding the House and Senate versions of the sweeping health care reform bill into one.奥巴马承认,医保改革过程最艰苦的阶段可能还在前头,那就是把众议院和参议院各自的医保改革法案文本进行协调,合并成一个最终的文本。"Having passed reform bills in both the House and the Senate we now to have to take up the last and most important step and reach an agreement on a final reform bill that I can sign into law," he said. "I look forward to working with members of Congress in both chambers over the coming weeks to do exactly that."“众议院和参议院都通过了医保改革法案之后,我们现在必须要迈出最后一步,也是最重要的一步,就最终的改革法案达成一致,以便我将它签署成为法律。我期待着在今后几个星期跟国会两院成员共同努力,完成这项工作。”The House and Senate versions agree on core principles. In a country where most medical care is provided by the private sector, both mandate health insurance for all. They also set new rules for insurance companies and provide subsidies to some Americans to help cover the cost of coverage. 众议院和参议院的版本在核心原则上是一致的。在一个主要以私营部门提供医疗保险的国家,众议院和参议院的改革文本都强制规定每个人都必须有保险。两院的医保改革文本还为保险公司制定新规则,并为一些美国人提供补贴,帮助他们付保费。But while both the House and Senate bills aim to help the roughly 30 million Americans with no health care insurance, there are big differences in legislative language. The House wants a government-run health insurance plan to compete with private insurers. The Senate does not. 不过,尽管参众两院医保改革文本都意在帮助大约3000万没有医疗保险的美国人得到保险,两个文本在立法语言上存在一些重大分歧。众议院希望有一个政府经办医保的计划,跟私人保险公司竞争。参议院的文本里没有这项内容。Negotiations on compromise legislation will begin in January after Congress and the president return to Washington after the holiday break.国会议员和奥巴马总统结束节日休假回到华盛顿之后,就妥协法案进行的磋商将于明年1月开始。The Obama family will be spending Christmas in Hawaii - the president's home state. They left the White House shortly after the Senate vote, and plan to return to Washington on January 3.奥巴马一家在他的故乡夏威夷州渡过圣诞节和新年之后,计划1月3日回到华盛顿。12/93149

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