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#一百天罗马尼亚语行动# D9 The Caliph, Cupid and the Clock by O. Henry

  1. With my own ears I clearly heard the heart beat of the nuclear
    bomb.
    我亲耳清楚地听到原子弹的心脏的跳动。
  2. Next year the bearded bear will bear a dear baby in the rear.
    明年,长胡子的熊将在后方产一头可爱的小崽.
  3. Early I searched through the earth for earthware so as to research in
    earthquake.
    早先我在泥土中搜寻陶器以研究地震.
  4. I learn that learned earnest men earn much by learning.
    我得知有学问而认真的人靠学问挣很多钱.
  5. She swears to wear the pearls that appear to be pears.
    她发誓要戴那些看起来像梨子的珍珠。
  6. I nearly fear to tear the tearful girl’s test paper.
    我几乎害怕撕那个泪流满面的女孩的试卷.
  7. The bold folk fold up the gold and hold it in hand.
    大胆的人们将黄金折叠起来拿在手里。
  8. The customers are accustomed to the disgusting custom.
    顾客们习惯了令人讨厌的风俗.
  9. The dust in the industrial zone frustrated the industrious man.
    工业区里的灰尘使勤勉的人灰心.
  10. The just budget judge just justifies the adjustment of justice.
    公正的预算法官只不过为司法调整辩护而已。
  11. I used to abuse the unusual usage, but now I’m not used to doing
    so.
    我过去常滥用这个不寻常的用法,但我现在不习惯这样做。
  12. The lace placed in the palace is replaced first, and displaced
    later.
    放在皇宫的带子先被替换,后来被转移。
  13. I paced in the peaceful spacecraft.
    我在宁静的宇宙飞船里踱步.
  14. Sir, your bird stirred my girlfriend’s birthday party.
    先生,你的鸟搅了我女友的生日聚会。
  15. The waterproof material is suitable for the aerial used near the
    waterfall.
    这种耐水材料适合用在瀑布附近的天线.
  16. I hint that the faint saint painted the printer with a pint of
    paint.
    我暗示说虚弱的圣徒用了一品脱油漆涂印刷机.
  17. At any rate, the separation ratio is accurate.
    无论如何,这个分离比是精确的.
  18. The boundary around the round ground separates us from the
    surroundings.
    围绕着圆形场地的边界将我们同四周隔开.
  19. The blunder made the underground instrument undergo an undermining
    of the thunderbolt.
    这个失策让地下仪器经受了一次雷电的破坏。
  20. The tilted salt filters halt alternately for altering.
    倾斜的盐过滤器交替地停下以便改造.
  21. The wandering band abandoned her bandaged husband on Swan Island.
    流浪的乐队把她那位打着绷带的丈夫遗弃在天鹅岛上.
  22. The manly Roman woman manager by the banner had man’s manner.
    军旗旁那位有男子气概的古罗马女经理具有男子风度.
  23. In the lane the planer saw a planet airplane under the crane.
    在巷道里,刨工看见了起重机下的行星飞机.
  24. The wet pet in the net hasn’t got on the jet plane yet.
    网中的湿宠物还没有登上喷气飞机.
  25. After maintenance the main remains and remainders are left on the
    domain.
    维修之后,主要遗骸和剩余物留在了领地上.
  26. The grandson branded the brandy randomly.
    孙子给白兰地随机地打上烙印。
  27. The landlord’s land on the hightland of the mainland expanded a
    lot.
    地主在大陆高原上的土地扩张了很多.
  28. Utilize the fertilizer to keep the land fertile.
    利用化肥保持土地肥沃.
  29. The grand commander demands thousands of sandy sandwiches.
    大司令官要成千个沙色三明治。
  30. I infer that he is indifferent to differentiating the offers in
    different conferences.
    我推断他对区分不同会谈中的报价漠不关心.
  31. The maximum plus or minus the minimum makes minute difference.
    最大值加上或者减去最小值只产生极小的差异.
  32. The witty witness withdraws his words within minutes without any
    reason.
    诙谐的证人在几分钟之内无故地收回了他说的话.
  33. The cake maker shakes a naked snake with the quaking rake without
    sake.
    蛋糕制造者无缘无故地用抖动的耙子摇一条赤裸的蛇.
  34. By the crook, the cook looked through a cookbook before making
    hooked cookies.
    在溪边,厨子在做钩形饼干之前查阅了一本食谱。
  35. The writer writes the white book quite quietly in quilt.
    作家在被子里十分平静地写白皮书。
  36. On the chilly hillside, he is unwilling to write his will on the
    ten-shilling bill.
    在寒冷的山坡上,他不愿意将遗嘱写在十先令的账单上.
  37. The weaver will leave for the heavy heaven.
    那位纺织工将要到阴沉的天国里去.
  38. The handy left-hander left a handsome handkerchief on the handle of
    the handbag.
    手巧的左撇子把一方漂亮手帕留在手提包的提手上。
  39. The thief chief achieved the theft of a handkerchief for mischief.
    贼首领完成了偷手帕的恶作剧.
  40. I believe my brief words will relieve her grief.
    我相信我简短的话会减轻她的悲痛.
  41. At the dock I’m shocked to see the pocket rocket made of a block of
    rock.
    在码头看到一块岩石做的小巧火箭,我感到震惊.
  42. Standing under the outstanding rock I misunderstood his standard
    standpoint.
    站在突出的岩石下,我误解了他的标准立场。
  43. The substantial part of the constitution about the institution of
    institutes is substituted.
    宪法中有关设立协会的实质性部分被替换.
  44. Spell smell! Very well, the well-being for human being will swell.
    拼写气味(一词)!很好,人类的福利将会膨胀.
  45. Once none of you is here, the man in throne will live alone in the
    lonely zone.
    一旦你们没有人在此,王位上的人就要孤独地生活在这个孤寂的地带。
  46. Nowadays the once unknown snowy hill is well-known for snowstorm.
    如今那座曾经不出名的多雪小山因暴风雪而出名.
  47. For instance, I can instantly know the constant distance.
    例如,我可以即刻知道该恒定距离。
  48. The man beyond the bond is fond of the second wonderful diamond.
    那位不受约束的人喜欢第二颗奇异的钻石。
  49. While sinking into thinking, the shrinking linkman drank the pink
    ink sprinkled on the wrinkly paper.
    陷入沉思时,退缩的联络员喝掉了洒在皱纹纸上的粉红色墨水。
  50. The contribution distributor thinks the microcomputer pollution is
    absolutely beyond dispute.
    捐款分配者认为微机污染是绝对不容置疑的.
  51. He repeatedly repeats, “Eat meat.”
    他再三重复说:”吃肉.”
  52. Having canceled X-ray scan, the cancerous candidate on the canvas
    ate the idle candles in the candy can.
    取消X线扫描后,帆布上的癌症候选人吃了糖果罐里的闲置蜡烛。
  53. The dominant candidate is nominally nominated for president.
    占优势的候选人名义上被任命为总统.
  54. The extravagant savage made the interior and exterior criteria of
    deterioration.
    奢侈的野蛮人制定了腐败的内外标准.
  55. No, nobody’s body is noble, nor is his.
    不,没有任何人的躯体是高贵的,他的也不是.
  56. Axe the tax on taxis. Wax may relax the body.
    削减出租车的税费。蜂蜡可以使身体放松.
  57. The man in mask asked me for a task; I let him put the basket on the
    desk in the dusk.
    戴面具的人向我要任务,我让他在黄昏时把篮子放到桌子上.
  58. The lump jumped off the pump and bumped on the trumpet in the
    dump.
    傻大个跳下水泵撞到不好的堆里的喇叭上。
  59. On my request the conqueror questioned the man who jumped the
    queue.
    根据我的请求,征服者质问了插队者.
  60. They are arguing about the document of the monumental instrument.
    他们在辩论关于那件不朽乐器的文献.
  61. However, Lever never fevers; nevertheless, he is clever forever.
    无论如何,杠杆从未发烧;尽管如此,他始终机灵。
  62. I never mind your unkind reminding that my grindstone hinders your
    cylinder.
    我决不介意你不友善的提醒说我的磨刀石妨碍了你的汽缸。
  63. I feed the food to the bleeding man in the flood.
    我把食品喂给洪水中的那个流血的人.
  64. It’s a treason terror of the seasonal oversea seafood is
    reasonable.
    认为季节性的海外海鲜的价格是合理的就是背叛。
  65. The veteran in velvet found that the diameter of the thermometer was
    one metre.
    穿天鹅绒的老兵发现温度计的直径为一米.
  66. The cube in the tubular cup occupies one cubic meter.
    筒状杯中的立方体占有一个立方米(的体积).
  67. Put the spotless potatoes, tomatoes and tobacco atoms into the hot
    pot.
    把无斑点的土豆、番茄和烟草微粒放进热锅里。
  68. The preacher preached to the teacher’s teacup.
    传教士对着老师的茶杯说教.
  69. “My behavior is on behalf of half zebras,” the algebra teacher
    said.
    “我的行为代表了一半斑马的利益,”代数老师说.
  70. Unlike my uncle, I likely like that bike (bicycle).
    我不象叔叔,我很可能喜欢那辆自行车.
  71. She likes nothing but things of clothing and cloth.
    除了衣物和布料之类的东西外,她什么也不喜欢.
  72. The doctor’s doctrine undid one dollar and a dozen of collars.
    博士的学说毁掉了一美元和一打衣领。
  73. On the bus the busy businessman did a business with the buyer.
    在公共汽车上,忙碌的商人与买主做了一笔生意.
  74. Vegetables and tablets on the stably established table show no
    instability.
    放在稳定设置的桌子上的蔬菜和药片没有显示不稳定性。
  75. Primarily, the prime criminal’s crime has nothing to do with lime
    and overtime.
    首犯的犯罪基本上与石灰和加班无关.
  76. The ring on the spring string rings during springtime.
    弹簧弦上的环在春天鸣响。
  77. Shut in the hut, I’m puzzled how to cut down the output of nuts.
    关在茅棚里,我为削减坚果的产量犯难。
  78. It’s better to put letters at the inlet and outlet.
    最好在进口和出口处标上字母.
  79. During this serious period, the superierrorries of questions about
    the supermarket.
    在这段严肃时间内,上级问了下级一连串有关超级市场的问题。
  80. I tuned the tone of the stone phone with a bone.
    我用骨头调整了石质耳机的音调.
  81. On Revenue avenue, the grave traveler jumped the gravestone
    bravely.
    在税收大道上,严肃的旅行者勇敢地跳过墓碑.
  82. The slave safely saved the sharp shavers in a cave nearby the
    cafeteria.
    奴隶将锋利的剃刀安全地保存在自助餐厅附近的洞穴里.
  83. Most hosts are hostile to the foremost ghost hostage almost to the
    utmost.
    大多数主人对最前面的幽灵人质的敌对态度几乎到了极顶.
  84. The mapper trapped in the gap tapped the tap wrapper with strap.
    陷在缝中的制图者用皮带轻击塞子套.
  85. The scout with shoulder-straps shouted on the outermost route as a
    routine.
    戴肩章的侦察员照例在最外围的路线上叫喊.
  86. The reproached coach unloaded the loaves to the approachable
    roadside.
    遭到责备的教练把面包卸到可接近的路旁.
  87. The news about the broadened breadth is broadcast abroad.
    宽度加宽的消息被广播到国外.
  88. The motive of the emotional movie is to move the removed men.
    那部情感电影的动机在于感动被开除的人。
  89. Otherwise, mother will go to another movie together with brother.
    不然,妈妈就和弟弟一起去看另一场电影。
  90. Furthermore, we gathered leather and feather for the future colder
    weather.
    而且,我们收集了皮革和羽毛以应付将来更冷的天气。
  91. Before the premier, the old soldier scolds the cold weather.
    老兵当着首相的面咒骂寒冷的天气。
  92. Whether the weather is good or bad, neither father nor I am going to
    the gathering.
    无论天气是好是坏,父亲和我都不去参加那个聚会。
  93. The Particle party’s partner participated in the particular
    Parliament.
    粒子党的合伙人参与了特别议会.
  94. For convenience of intensive study, he has an intense intention of
    making friend with me.
    为便于强化学习,他有和我交朋友的强烈意向。
  95. The virtueless girl’s duty is to wash the dirty shirts and skirts in
    the outskirts.
    无美德女孩的职责就是在郊区洗脏衬衣和裙子.
  96. I glimpsed the dancer balancing herself on the ambulance by
    chance.
    我碰巧瞥见舞蹈者在救护车上使自己保持平衡。
  97. Balloon, baseball, basketball, football and volleyball all dance
    ballet on the volcano.
    气球、棒球、篮球、足球和排球都在火山上跳芭蕾舞。
  98. A gallon of gasoline and the nylon overalls fall into the valley.
    一加仑汽油和尼龙工作裤落进了山谷。
  99. Palm calmly recalled the so-called caller.
    “手掌”平静地回忆了那个所谓的拜访者.
  100. In the hall, the shallow challenger shall be allowed to swallow the
    swallows.
    在大厅里,肤浅的挑战者将被允许吞下燕子.
  101. The tall man installed a small wallet on the wall.
    高个男子把一小钱包安放到墙上.
  102. Except dishonest ones, anyone who is honest can get honey, everyone
    thinks so.
    除了不诚实的人外,任何诚实的人都能得到蜂蜜,人人都这么想。
  103. The exhausted man and the trustful guy thrust a knife into the
    rusty crust.
    精疲力竭的男子和深信不疑的家伙将一把刀子刺向生锈的外壳。
  104. I finally find that the financial findings are binding.
    我终于发现财经调查结果具有约束力。
  105. At the windy window, the widow finds a blind snake winding.
    在当风的窗口,寡妇发现有条瞎眼蛇在游动。
  106. I refuse to accuse Fuse of diffusing confusion.
    我拒绝控告导火索散播混乱。
  107. He had an amusing excuse for executing the executive.
    对于处决决策人,他有一个可笑的理由.
  108. At the dawn on the lawn the yawning drowned man began to frown.
    拂晓时在草坪上,打呵欠的溺水者开始皱眉头.
  109. Mr Brown owns the brown towels in the downtown tower.
    布朗先生拥有闹市区塔里的棕色毛巾。
  110. Lots of pilots plot to dot the rotten robot.
    大批领航员策划给腐烂的机器人打点.
  111. In the hot hotel the devoted voter did not notice the noticeable
    notebook.
    在炎热的旅馆里,热心的投票者没有注意到显而易见的笔记本。
  112. The notorious man’s noted notation denotes a notable secret.
    那个臭名昭著的男子的著名符号代表一个值得关注的秘密.
  113. Yes, yesterday was the my pay-day; I pay you the payment today.
    是的,昨天是我的发薪日,我今天付给你报酬.
  114. Lay a layer of clay on the displayed layout before the relay
    race.
    接力赛之前在展示的陈设上铺一层黏土.
  115. “The gay mayor maybe lay in the hay by the Baby bay,” he says in
    dismay.
    他沮丧地说:”快活的市长大概躺在婴儿湾边上的干草中。”
  116. The delayed player delegation stay on the playground.
    被耽搁的运动员代表团停留在操场上。
  117. The X-rayed prayer preyed a gray tray.
    照过X光的祈祷者捕获了一个灰色盘子。
  118. Anyway, the prayer swayed by me always goes away by subway.
    不管怎样,受我支配的祈祷者总是从地铁走向远方。
  119. The chocolates on the plate stimulated my son to calculate.
    盘子里的巧克力鼓励了儿子进行计算.
  120. One of my relatives, a late translator, translated a book relating
    to public relations.
    我的一位亲戚,一个已故翻译,翻译了一本有关公共关系的书。
  121. He relates that he is isolated from his relatives.
    他叙述说他与亲戚们隔离开了.
  122. The educator located the local location allocated to him.
    教育家定出了分配给他的局部的位置.
  123. Comply with the compatible rule of complement when using
    compliments.
    使用问候语时遵守补语的相容规则.
  124. The complicated indicator is dedicated to the delicate delicious
    machine.
    这个复杂的指示器被奉献给精密而美妙的机器.
  125. Likewise, my bike gave a striking strike to the two men alike.
    同样,我的自行车给那两个相象的人惊人的打击.
  126. The smoke choked the joking stroker at one stroke.
    烟一下呛住了开玩笑的抚摩者.
  127. Somewhere somebody sometimes does something good.
    在某处某人有时做某些好事。
  128. Wherever I go, nowhere I like; I dislike everywhere.
    无论我到哪里,没有哪里为我喜欢,我讨厌每一个地方.
  129. Therefore, the atmosphere is merely a sphere.
    因此大气层只不过是一个球体。
  130. The funny cunning runner uses his gum gun before sunrise or after
    sunset.
    滑稽乖巧的赛跑者在日出之前或日落之后使用胶皮枪。
  131. The applause paused because of the cause caused by a cautious
    plausible clause.
    掌声停了是因为一条谨慎的似乎有理的条款引起的原因。
  132. The county councilor encountered the accountant at the counter of a
    countryside shop.
    县委委员在一乡村商店的柜台边碰到了会计师。
  133. I mounted the mountain and found a fountain with large amount of
    water.
    我登上那座山发现一个水量很大的喷泉。
  134. Step by step, the sleepy creeper crawled into my sleeve to sleep.
    昏昏欲睡的爬虫一步一步爬进我的袖子里睡觉.
  135. After a deep sleep, the weeping sweeper keeps on peeping the sheep
    on the steep.
    酣睡之后,哭泣的清扫者继续窥视峭壁上的羊。
  136. The vice-adviser advised the reviser to devise a device for getting
    rid of vice.
    代理顾问建议校订者想出一个根除恶习的计策.
  137. The wise man used his wisdom in the vertical advertisement
    device.
    聪明人把智慧用在垂直的 广告装置上。
  138. With rhythm, the arithmetic teacher put the artist’s artificial
    articles on the vehicle.
    算术老师把艺术家的人造物品有节奏地放到运载工具里.
  139. The smart star starts to make cart chart for the commencement.
    精明的明星开始制作授学位典礼用的马车图表。
  140. The lady is glad to give the salad to the sad lad on the ladder.
    女士乐意把色拉送给梯子上的那位悲哀的小伙子.
  141. You mad madam, my dad doesn’t like the bad badminton pad.
    你这个疯太太,我爸爸不喜欢这种坏羽毛球垫.
  142. The one-legged beggar begins to beg eggs illegally.
    独腿乞丐开始非法讨蛋。
  143. The promoter promptly made a quotation for the remote control
    motors.
    发起人立刻制了一份遥控马达的报价单。
  144. Each pea and peach on the beach can be reached by the peacock.
    海滩上的每一颗豌豆和桃子孔雀都能触及.
  145. Although the plan was thorough, it was not carried through.
    尽管计划很周详,但是没有得到贯彻。
  146. Thoughtful men ought not to be thoughtless about the drought.
    体贴的人不应该对干旱考虑不周。
  147. “Rough cough is tough enough,” Bough said while touching the
    torch.
    “剧烈咳嗽是够难以对付的,”大树枝在触摸手电筒时说道.
  148. The football team stopped the steam stream with beams.
    足球队用横杆堵住了蒸汽流.
  149. “Ice-cream!” he screamed in dream.
    “冰淇淋!”他在梦中惊叫道.
  150. For example, this simple sample similar to his can be
    exemplified.
    例如,这件与他的相似的简单样品可以作为例证。

  151. The spy is shy of taking shelter on the shelf of the shell-like
    shed.
    间谍怕在壳子一样的棚里的架子上栖身。

  152. The optional helicopter is adopted to help the optimistic helpless
    in the hell.
    可选用的直升飞机被用来帮助地狱里那些乐观的无助者.
  153. The cell seller seldom sees the bell belt melt.
    小单间的卖主很少见到铃铛带子融化。
  154. The costly post was postponed because of the frost.
    那件昂贵的邮件由于霜的缘故而延搁。
  155. Srain brain on the train is restrained.
    在列车上过度用脑受到约束.
  156. The gained grain drained away with the rain, all the pains were in
    vain again.
    收获的谷物随雨水流失了,所有辛劳又白费.
  157. Cousin saw a group of couples in cloaks soak their souls in the
    soapy soup.
    表哥看见一群穿着斗篷的夫妇在肥皂汤里浸泡灵魂.
  158. The wounded founder bought a pound of compound.
    受伤的奠基人买了一磅化合物.
  159. It’s easy and feasible to control the disease after cease-fire.
    停火之后控制这种病很容易也可行。
  160. After a decrease, the price of the grease increases increasingly.
    下跌过一次之后,润滑脂的价格日益上涨。
  161. Please release that pleasant peasant teaser who brings us plenty of
    pleasure.
    请释放那个带给我们巨大快乐的友好的农民逗趣者。
  162. In the canal, the Canadian analyzed the bananas.
    在运河里,那个加拿大人化验了香蕉.
  163. I pointed out the joint on the coin at the disappointing
    appointment.
    在令人失望的约会上,我指出了硬币上的接头.
  164. His parents apparently stare at the transparent cigarettes.
    他父母显然凝视着透明香烟.
  165. The careful man is scarcely scared by the scarce parcel.
    细心男子勉强被罕见的包裹吓了一下.
  166. I’m rarely aware that the square area is bare.
    我很少觉察到那个正方形区域是光秃秃的.
  167. “Beware the software in the warhouse during the warfare,” hare said
    glaring at me.
    兔子怒视着我说:“战争期间当心仓库里的软件。”
  168. I daren’t declare that the shares are my spare fare and welfare on
    the farewell party.
    在告别会上,我不敢宣称这些股票是我的备用车费和福利。
  169. The external and internal interference interrupts my interpretation
    at short intervals.
    内部和外部干涉以很短的间隔打扰我翻译.
  170. The form of the former formula is formally formulated.
    前一个分子式的形式得到正式表述.
  171. The performer reformed the performance of the transferred
    transformer.
    表演者改良了转让的变压器的性能.
  172. Normally, enormous deformation is abnormal.
    365bet官方网址,通常,巨大的变形是不正常的。
  173. The bookworm in uniform is informed of the storm.
    穿制服的书呆子得到暴风雨的消息。
  174. The story about the six-storeyed dormitory tells a glorious
    history.
    关于六层楼宿舍的故事讲述一段光荣历史。
  175. The perfume consumer presumably assumes that the volume is
    resumed.
    香水消费者假定地设想音量已恢复.
  176. The voluntary revolutionaries revolted like the outbreak of
    volcano.
    志愿革命者们象火山爆发一样起义了.
  177. It’s resolved by resolution that the solution will be used to solve
    the involved problem.
    决议决定用这个办法解决那个复杂的问题。
  178. The generous general’s genuine genius is in making generators.
    那位慷慨将军的真正天才在于制造发电机.
  179. Several severe federal generals drank the mineral water on the
    miner’s funeral.
    好几个严厉的联邦将军在矿工的葬礼上喝了矿泉水。
  180. The lean man leans on the clean bean plant to read a leaf
    leaflet.
    瘦人斜靠在干净的豆科植物上读叶片传单.
  181. I mean he used mean means in the meantime on the ocean.
    我的意思是其间在海洋上他用了卑鄙手法.
  182. The honourable journalist spent an hour on the journey of tour.
    可敬的新闻记者在观光旅程上花了一个小时.
  183. The sour vapour pours into the flourishing flour factory. It’s the
    source of resources.
    酸蒸汽涌进兴旺的面粉厂.这是资源的源泉.
  184. Of course the man’s courage encouraged the discouraged tourists in
    the courtyard.
    自然那个勇敢男子的勇气鼓舞了院子里泄气的游客们。
  185. The zealous dealer has an ideal idea of dealing with the meal.
    热心的商人有一个处理膳食的理想主意.
  186. He conceals the fact that he is jealous of my seal and wants to
    steal it.
    他隐瞒了他嫉妒我的印章并想偷的事实.
  187. I really realized that a realm came into reality.
    我真地认识到一个王国已变成现实.
  188. The healer reveals an appealing fact that health is great wealth to
    the commonwealth.
    医治者揭示一个吸引人的事实:健康是联邦的巨大财富。
  189. The absent-minded student consents to the sentence in the presence
    of me.
    心不在焉的学生在我面前同意这份判决.
  190. Presently the present is presented to the representative.
    现在这份礼物已呈现在代表面前。
  191. Not for a moment has the comment on commercial phenomenon been
    mentioned.
    那个关于商业现象的评论从未被提及过。
  192. The mental patient thinks the cement is the elementary element of
    the ornament.
    精神病人认为水泥是装饰品的基本成分.
  193. As an exception I accept all his concepts and conceptions except
    one.
    作为例外,我接受他所有的概念和构想,只有一个除外。
  194. I perceived that the veil clung on the ceiling of the clinic was
    deceit.
    我觉察到粘附在诊所天花板上的幔子是个骗局.
  195. The receptionist received a receipt from the receiver.
    接待员收到一份来自接收者的收据。
  196. The reaper leaped over a heap of cheap weapons.
    收割者跃过一堆廉价的武器。
  197. The newly imprisoned prisoners poisoned poisonous moisture are
    hoisted out from the prison.
    中了有毒湿气毒的新近关押的囚犯被从监狱吊出.
  198. The gross grocer crossed his legs before the boss.
    粗鄙的杂货商在老板面前叉起腿子.
  199. The lost Bible is possibly the biggest loss of my possessions.
    丢失的圣经可能是我最大的财产损失。
  200. A dose of poison made the noisy man’s nose rosy.
    一剂毒药使得吵闹的男子的鼻子变成玫瑰色.
  201. The loser closely enclosed himself in
    the closet.
    那个失败者把自己严密地封闭在小室内。
  202. The composer was proposed to decompose his composition into
    components.
    作曲家被建议将著作分解成单元。?
  203. Suppose you were exposed in the opposite position by your opponent,

    假设你被对手暴露在相反的位置,。。。
  204. The depositor positively positioned the preposition in that
    position on purpose.
    储户有意确信地介词放置在那个位置。?
  205. In church the nurse cursed the people pursuing the purple purse.
    在教堂里,护士诅咒了追求紫色钱包的 人们。?
  206. The faculty for agricultural culture isn’t difficult to
    cultivate.
    农业栽培能力不难培养。
  207. The reservoir in the reserved preserve is an obstacle to the
    obstinate observer.
    预留保护区内的水库对固执的观察者是一个障碍。
  208. The desert deserves the nervous servants to observe.
    那个沙漠值得神经紧张的公务员们去观察。
  209. The bulk of the ruby rubbish on the pebble bubbles when stirred by
    bulbed rubber club.
    小卵石上的大部分红宝石废料在用有球状突起的橡胶短棍搅动是会起泡。
  210. The adjective injected new meaning into the objected objective
    object.
    这个形容词给受到反对的客观物体注入了新的意义。
  211. The projector is subject to rejection and may be ejected from the
    project.
    投影机有遭到否决的倾向并可能被逐出工程。 ?
  212. A day goes through daybreak, morning, noon, afternoon, evening and
    midnight.
      一天经过坲晓,上午,正文,下午,傍晚和午夜。?
  213. His affection for the defects is affected by the infectious perfect
    effect.
    他对缺点的钟爱受到具有感染力的完美效果的影响。?
  214. The critic’s criticism is critical to the crisis.
    ???评论家的批评对这场危机至关重要。?
  215. The director’s indirect direction led to the incorrect erection of
    the rectifier.
    指导者间接的指导导致整流器的错误安装。
  216. The prospective inspector prospected his prospect with his own
    perspective.
    ?   未来的检查员用自己的观点勘察的他的前景。
  217. Two suspicious aspects are suspected respectively.
    两个可疑的方面分别受到怀疑。
  218. This section about insects is written by a respectable
    specialist.
    关于昆虫的这一节是由一位可敬的专家撰写的。
  219. I assure the injured jury that a sure insurance is ensured.
    我让受伤的陪审团确信一笔有把握的保险得到的确保。
  220. My durable endurance made me endure the injury during insurance.
    我持久的忍耐力使我忍受了保险期间的伤害。?
  221. I can’t endure the leisured man’s measures for the treasures in the
    treasury.
    .   我不能容忍那个悠闲男子对金库财宝采取的措施。
  222. In the exchange the oranges are arranged into strange ranges.
    在交易所里橙子被排成奇怪的行。
  223. The ashtray, splashed with ash, crashed with a clash in a flash
    while being washed.
    那个溅有灰尘的烟灰盘在清洗时咣当一声一下子摔碎了。
  224. He dashed to smash the fashionable ashtray with cash.
    他猛冲过去用现金砸那个过时的烟灰盘。
  225. I feel a bit of bitterness for his ambitious exhibition.
    我为他雄心勃勃的展览感到一点点触痛。
  226. On the orbit, the rabbits habitually inherited the merits of the
    inhabitants.
    在轨道上,兔子习惯性继承那些居民的优点。
  227. He r rejoicing voice is void of something avoidable.
    她感到高兴的声音缺少了可避免的事情。
  228. I prefer the preferable preference you referred to in the reference
    books.
    我更喜欢你在参考书里参考的更好的偏爱。
  229. The specialist specifically specified a special pacific means
    especially.
    专家特别明确指定特别的和平的方法。
  230. The speculator specifically specified the specification of this
    species specimen.
    投机者明确指定这件种类样品的说明。
  231. I’m to be punished for publishing his bad reputation to the public
    of the republic.
    我将因对共和国的公众出版他的坏名声受到处罚。
  232. The drug trafficker is concerned about the condition of the
    traditional concert.
    毒品贩担心传统的音乐会的状态。
  233. It’s a fable that the cable enables the disabled man to be able to
    walk.
    这是这封电报使残疾人能够能走的一个寓言。
  234. The problem is that those who are out of jobs probably rob.
    问题是那些那些失业者或许抢劫。
  235. His wicked trick is to get the kids to kick bricks and lick the
    cricket ticket.
    他的有恶意的计谋是让那些孩子踢砖并且舐板球比赛票。
  236. The thin sick chicken picks the thick sticky stick quickly.
    薄的生病的鸡肉迅速挑厚的发粘的棍。
  237. The animals unanimously vanished from the mammal’s room furnished
    with Spanish furniture.
    动物一致从哺乳动物的备有西班牙家俱的房间中消失。
  238. The loosened goose chooses the cheese to eat.
    被放松的鹅选择乳酪吃。
  239. By policy, the police impolitely sliced the politician’s politics
    books.
    依政策,警察没礼貌的把政治家的政治书切成片。
  240. At the neck of the wrecked deck, the reckoner checked the opaque
    cheque.
    在遇险的甲板的脖子,计算者检查不透明的支票。
  241. The scholar foolishly took the school cooling pool for swimming
    pool.
    学者愚蠢花费学校冷却给游泳池的水池。
  242. Having played golf, the wolf in wool rested on the tool stool in
    the zoo.
    已经打高尔夫球后,在羊毛里的狼在动物园放在工具凳子上。
  243. Citizens in the city’s civil buildings are all civilized.
    在城市的民用建筑里的公民全部被教化。
  244. The pious man is dubious about the vicious civilian’s vivid
    description of his vicinity to his wife.
    虔诚的男子向他的到他的妻子生动地描述附近的居民的缺点。
  245. The corps’ corn in the corner is scorned by the stubborn
    corporation.
    顽固的公司蔑视在角落的有限公司的谷物。
  246. The attorney’s horn lies horizontally in the thorns.
    律师的角水平在于棘刺。
  247. I seem to deem his foreseeing of that the man will seek seeds in
    the weed.
    我好像认为他的那的预见那个人将在杂草里寻找种子。
  248. The agreement disagrees in the degree of agreeable freedom.
    协议在令人愉快的自由的度方面不一致。
  249. In the freezing breeze, the breeder greedily squeezed oil from the
    seeds.
    在结冰的微风过程中,饲养员贪婪从种子中挤出油。
  250. We need reed needles to speed the deed indeed.
    我们需要在针上装簧管的确加快行为。
  251. The accessory successor never made concessions to difficulties, so
    he succeeded in accessing successive successes.
    附属继承人从未向困难妥协,因此在走向连续的成功之路上成功了.
  252. I exceed the excellent student who has excessive excellence.
    我胜过那个有过多优点的优秀学生.
  253. During the procession, the microprocessor finished the processing
    procedure.
    在队伍行进时,微处理器完成了加工过程.
  254. The chess professor confessed his professional blessing in the
    confession.
    象棋教授在供状中承认了其职业福气.
  255. The progressive congressman dressed in black stressed his
    distress.
    穿着黑色衣服的进步国会议员强调了他的不幸.
  256. The man depressed by the pressure from the press expressed the
    impression on him.
    那个受到来自新闻界压力压抑的人表达了他的印象.
  257. Initially I kept silent to the essential essay.
    起初我对这个重要的短评保持沉默。
  258. The enforced law reinforced that forced divorce is forbidden.
    实施的法律强化了禁止强迫离婚.
  259. In the cork workshop, the workers fork the pork.
    在软木车间,工人们用叉子叉猪肉.
  260. That person personally persuaded the personnel with persuasive
    words.
    那个人用有说服力的话亲自说服了人事部门。
  261. The dull bull fully fulfilled pulling the bulletproof bulletin
    board.
    迟钝的公牛充分履行了拖防弹公告牌(的职责)。
  262. The lucky duck tucked in truck suddenly sucked the gas from the
    bucket.
    塞在卡车里的幸运鸭子突然从桶里吸汽油.
  263. Boil the oil soiled by the coil in the toilet lest it spoil.
    把被盥洗室里的线圈弄脏的油煮开,免得它变质.
  264. The selfish man put himself on the shelf.
    那个自私的人把自己束之高阁。
  265. In this climate, the climber climbed up the cliff with his stiff
    limbs.
    在这种气候下,攀登者用僵硬的四肢爬上悬崖.
  266. The puffy staff’s stuffy chests are stuffed with sufficient
    suffering.
    喘气的职员们闷热的胸中填满了足够的痛苦.
  267. The member of good memory remembers to commemorate his friend with
    memorials.
    那位记性好的成员记得用纪念品纪念他的朋友。
  268. The room is lumbered with numerous cucumbers.
    房间里乱堆着大量黄瓜。
  269. The poet’s toes get out of his shoes. Here heroes are zeros.
    诗人的脚趾露出了鞋子。在这里英雄无足轻重。
  270. In the library, arbitrary the librarian wrote the auxiliary diary
    about military literature.
    在图书馆,武断的图书管理员写下了有关军事文学的辅助日记。
  271. The royal destroyer employs lots of loyal employees.
    皇家驱逐舰雇佣了很多忠心的雇员.
  272. On the voyage, the enjoyable toy brought me joy and annoyance.
    在航行中,使人愉快的玩具给我带来快乐和烦恼.
  273. Her boyfriend fed a box of oxygen and hydrogen to the ox and fox.
    她男朋友给牛和狐狸喂了一盒子氧和氢.
  274. The instructor struggled to say, “The structure of the construction
    led to the destruction.”
    教师挣扎着说:”建筑物的构造导致这场毁灭.”
  275. I debated that the debtor was doubtless in double troubles.
    我争论说债务人很可能处在双重困境中。
  276. With a dim triumph, she trims the swimming-suit rim at the
    swimming-pool brim.
    她带着暗淡的喜悦在泳池边整理泳装的边缘.
  277. Twice the twin king wins the winter swinging under the wing of the
    plane.
    孪生国王两次赢得冬季机翼下的荡秋千赛。
  278. Having piled miles of files, the compiler smiled a while at the
    profile.
    堆了几英里长的文件之后,编辑对着侧面笑了一会.
  279. By the spoon you’ll soon see the smooth tooth of the moon above the
    booth.
    借助勺子你可以立刻看到电话亭上方月亮的光滑牙齿.
  280. She met me in the Fleet Street and greeted me with a sweet smile.
    她在舰队街上遇见我,并对我致以甜甜的一笑.
  281. The conductor is reluctant to reduce the conductivity of the
    semiconductor.
    导演不情愿降低半导体的导电率.
  282. The producer introduced a productive technological product into
    production.
    制造者把一项多产的技术成果引进到生产中.
  283. The anxious man is unconscious of my anxiety.
    那个不安的人没有觉察到我的忧虑.
  284. Previously he was obviously envious of my success.
    先前他明显地嫉妒我的成功.
  285. I highly appreciate the preceding man’s precious precise
    exercise.
    我高度欣赏前面那个人可贵的精确演练.
  286. The miracle mirrors a horrible error made by the terrorists in the
    terrible territory.
    这件奇事反映了恐怖分子在这一可怕地区犯的可怕错误.
  287. I hurt my tongue when I hurried to eat cherry and strawberry
    merrily.
    我匆忙快活地吃樱桃和草莓时伤了舌头.
  288. The man proclaimed in exclamatiogogo claim.
    那个人呼喊着声明说他打算索回无目标的索赔.
  289. In no circumstances can the bicycle in the circle of the circus be
    a focus.
    马戏表演圈子中的自行车决不会成为焦点.
  290. I’m busy unless I’m blessed with less lesson.
    我很忙,除非我很幸运只有少量功课.
  291. How to pronounce the noun “ounce” in the announcement?
    布告中的名词”盎司”怎样发音?
  292. It’s incredible that the editor’s editorial in this edition is
    edible.
    本版中的编辑社论可以食用让人难以置信。
  293. The whistler whispered, “Which is rich?”
    鸣笛者低语道:”哪一个富有?”
  294. Which method of making the metal helmet is more economical in
    total?
    生产这种金属头盔的方法哪一种总体上更节约?
  295. The diligent teller told a tedious story about the intelligent
    satellite.
    勤奋的出纳讲述了一个关于智能卫星的乏味故事.
  296. The soda made the goddess nod by the fishing rod.
    苏打使女神在钓竿旁打盹.
  297. The modest man moderately modified the model in this mode.
    谦虚者适度地用这种方式修改了模型。
  298. The humorous rumour has something to do with human humanity and
    vanity.
    那个幽默传闻与人类的仁慈和虚荣心有关。
  299. The wakened cake baker awakes to that he has to brake by the
    lake.
    被唤醒的蛋糕师傅醒悟到他必须在湖边刹车。
  300. I errorr who takes my stake by mistake.
    我追上那个误拿我赌注的承办人.

The Caliph, Cupid and the Clock by O. Henry

21 April, 2017We present the short story “The Caliph, Cupid and the
Clock” by O. Henry. The story was originally adapted and recorded by the
U.S. Department of State.

Prince Michael of Valleluna sat in the park on the seat he liked
best. In the coolness of the night, he felt full of life. The other
seats were not filled. Cool weather sends most people home.
The moon was rising over the houses on the east side of the park.
Children laughed and played. Music came softly from one of the nearer
streets. Around the little park, cabs rolled by. The trains that
traveled high above the street rushed past. These cabs and trains, with
their wild noises, seemed like animals outside the park. But they could
not enter. The park was safe and quiet. And above the trees was the
great, round, shining face of a lighted clock in a tall old building.
Prince Michael’s shoes were old and broken. No shoemaker could ever make
them like new again. His clothes were very torn. The hair of his face
had been growing for two weeks. It was all colors—gray and brown and red
and green-yellow. His hat was older and more torn than his shoes and his
other clothes.
Prince Michael sat on the seat he liked best, and he smiled. It was a
happy thought to him that he had enough money to buy every house he
could see near the park, if he wished. He had as much gold as any rich
man in this proud city of New York. He had as many jewels, and houses,
and land. He could have sat at table with kings and queens. All the best
things in the world could be his—art, pleasure, beautiful women, honor.
All the sweeter things in life were waiting for Prince Michael of
Valleluna whenever he might choose to take them. But instead he was
choosing to sit in torn clothes on a seat in a park.
For he had tasted of the fruit the tree of life. He had not liked the
taste. Here, in this park, he felt near to the beating heart of the
world. He hoped it would help him to forget that taste.
These thoughts moved like a dream through the mind of Prince Michael.
There was a smile across his face with its many-colored hair. Sitting
like this, in torn clothes, he loved to study other men. He loved to do
good things for others. Giving was more pleasant to him than owning all
his riches. It was his chief pleasure to help people who were in
trouble. He liked to give to people who needed help. He liked to
surprise them with princely gifts. But he always gave wisely, after
careful thought.
And now, as he looked at the shining face of the great clock, his smile
changed. The Prince always thought big thoughts. When he thought of
time, he always felt a touch of sadness. Time controlled the world.
People had to do what time commanded. Their comings and goings were
always controlled by a clock. They were always in a hurry, and always
afraid, because of time. It made him sad.
After a little while, a young man in evening clothes came and sat upon a
seat near the Prince. For half an hour he sat there nervously. Then
he began to watch the face of the lighted clock above the trees. The
Prince could see that the young man had a trouble. He could also see
that somehow the clock was part of the trouble.
The Prince rose and went to the young man’s seat.
“I am a stranger, and I shouldn’t speak to you,” he said. “But I can see
that you are troubled. I am Prince Michael of Valleluna. I do not want
people to know who I am. That is why I wear these torn clothes. It is a
small pleasure of mine to help those who need help. First I must feel
sure they are worth helping. I think you are. And perhaps your trouble
may be ended if you and I together decide what to do about it.”
The young man looked up brightly at the Prince. Brightly, but he was
still troubled. He laughed, then, but still the look of trouble
remained. But he accepted this chance to talk to someone.
“I’m glad to meet you, Prince,” he said pleasantly. “Yes, I can see
you don’t want to be known. That’s easy to see. Thanks for your offer to
help. But I don’t see what you can do. It’s my own problem. But
thanks.”
Prince Michael sat down at the young man’s side. People often said no to
him, but they always said it pleasantly.
“Clocks,” said the Prince, “are tied to the feet of all men and women. I
have seen you watching that clock. That face commands us to act, whether
or not we wish to act. Let me tell you not to trust the numbers on that
face. They will destroy you if they can. Stop looking at that clock.
What does it know about living men and women?”
“I usually don’t look at that clock,” said the young man. “I carry a
watch, except when I wear evening clothes.”
“I know men and women as I know the trees and the flowers,” said the
Prince, warmly and proudly. “I have studied many years. And I am very
rich. There are few troubles that I cannot help. I have read what is in
your face. I have found honor and goodness there, and trouble. Please
accept my help. I can see that you are wise. Show how wise you are. Do
not judge me by my torn clothes. I am sure I can help you.”
The young man looked at the clock again, and his face grew darker. Then
he looked at a house beside the park. Lights could be seen in many
rooms.
“Ten minutes before nine!” said the young man. He raised his hands and
then let them fall, as if hope had gone. He stood up and took a quick
step or two away.
“Remain!” commanded Prince Michael. His voice was so powerful that the
young man turned quickly. He laughed a little.
“I’ll wait ten minutes and then I’ll go,” he said in a low voice, as if
only to himself. Then to the Prince he said, “I’ll join you. We’ll
destroy all the clocks. And women, too.”
“Sit down,” said the Prince softly. “I do not accept that. I do not
include women. Women are enemies of clocks. They are born that way.
Therefore they are friends of those who wish to destroy clocks. If you
can trust me, tell me your story.”
The young man sat down again and laughed loudly.
“Prince, I will,” he said. He did not believe that Prince Michael was
really a prince. His manner of speaking proved that. “Do you see that
house, Prince? That house with lights in three windows on the third
floor? At six tonight I was in that house with the young lady I am going
to—was going to marry. I’d been doing wrong, my dear Prince, and she
heard about it. I was sorry. I wanted her to forget it. We are always
asking women to forget things like that, aren’t we, Prince?
” ‘I want time to think,’ she said. ‘I will either forget it forever, or
never see your face again. At half-past eight,’ she said, ‘watch the
middle window on the third floor of this house. If I decide to forget, I
will hang out a long white cloth. You will know then that everything is
as it was before. And you may come to me. If you see nothing hanging
from the window, you will know that everything between us is finished
forever.’
“That,” said the young man, “is why I have been watching that clock. The
time was passed twenty-three minutes ago. Do you see why I am a little
troubled, my torn Prince?”
“Let me tell you again,” said Prince Michael in his soft voice, “that
women are the born enemies of clocks. Clocks are bad, women are good.
The white cloth may yet appear.”
“Never!” said the young man, hopelessly. “You don’t know Marian. She
is always on time, to the minute. That was the first thing I liked about
her. At 8:31, I should have known that everything was finished. I’m
going to go West. I’ll get on the train tonight. I’ll find some way to
forget her. Good night—Prince.”
Prince Michael smiled his gentle, understanding smile. He caught the
other’s arm. The bright light in the Prince’s eyes was softening. It was
dream-like, clouded.
“Wait,” he said, “till the clock tells the hour. I have riches and power
and I am wiser than most men. But when I hear the clock tell the hour, I
am afraid. Stay with me till then. This woman shall be yours. You have
the promise of the Prince of Valleluna. On the day you are married I
will give you $100,000 and a great house beside the Hudson River. But
there must be no clocks in that house. Do you agree to that?”
“Sure,” said the young man. “I don’t like clocks.”
He looked again at the clock above the trees. It was three minutes
before nine.
“I think,” said Prince Michael, “that I will sleep a little. It has been
a long day.”
He lay down on the seat, as if he had often done it before.
“You’ll find me on this park on any evening when the weather is good,”
said the Prince. “Come to me when you know the day you’ll be married.
I’ll give you the money.”
“Thanks, Prince,” said the young man. “That day isn’t going to come. But
thanks.”
Prince Michael fell into a deep sleep. His hat rolled on the ground. The
young man lifted it, placed it over the Prince’s face, and moved one of
the Prince’s legs into an easier position. “Poor fellow!” he said. He
pulled the torn coat together over the Prince’s body.
It was nine. Loud and surprising came the voice of the clock, telling
the hour. The young man took a deep breath, and turned for one more look
at the house. And he gave a shout of joy.
From the middle window on the third floor, a snow-white wonderful cloth
was hanging.
Through the park a man came, hurrying home.
“Will you tell me the time, please?” asked the young man.
The other man took out his watch. “Twenty-nine and a half minutes after
eight.”
And then he looked up at the clock.
“But that clock is wrong!” the man said. “The first time in ten years!
My watch is always—”
But he was talking to no one. He turned and saw the young man running
toward the house with three lighted windows on the third floor.
And in the morning two cops walked through the park. There was only
one person to be seen—a man, asleep on a long park seat. They stopped to
look at him.
“It’s Michael the Dreamer,” said one. “He has been sleeping like this in
the park for twenty years. He won’t live much longer, I guess.”
The other cop looked at something in the sleeper’s hand. “Look at this,”
he said. “Fifty dollars. I wish I could have a dream like that.”
And then they gave Prince Michael of Valleluna a hard shake, and brought
him out of his dreams and into real life.
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