1.Several planets seem to stop moving in one direction and start moving backward in their orbits around the earth.
Planets: 行星 direction: 方向 backward: 向后 orbits: 轨道
2.Industrialization, of course, has drastically increased the amount of carbon dioxide that humans are putting into the atmosphere.
Industrialization:工业化 drastically :大幅的 carbon:碳 dioxide:二氧化物 atmosphere:大气
3.We‘re compiling a database of articles the anthropology faculty has published.
compiling:编译 anthropology:人类学 faculty:教师 published:发表
4.At the sites of the more recent lakes, there‘s only cattle fossils.
sites:网站，遗址 recent:最近 lakes:湖泊 cattle:牛 fossils:化石
5.When the DNA from two different species is similar, it suggests that those two species are related.
species:物种 similar:类似的 suggests:建议 related:相关的
6.Today I‘d like to talk a little bit about other theories that can explain variations in climate.
theories:理论 variations:变化 climate: 气候
7.Are there alternatives to this motor theory?
alternatives:选择 motor:摩托车 theory:理论
8.That idea – that children are unable to form memories, that‘s been the dominant belief in psychology for the past 100 years.
unable:不能 dominant:占主导地位的 psychology:心理学
9.That‘s key to understanding planet formation.
10.So now, you‘ve got all the ingredients for a huge bust.
11.As you know, sand dunes contain other types of particles besides sand, including clay and silt.
sand：沙子 dunes：沙丘 contain：包含 particles：粒子 clay：粘土 silt：淤泥
12.Clementine‘s data indicated that the wall of the south-polar crater was more reflective than expected.
indicated：表示 wall：墙 south-polar：南极 crater：火山口 reflective：反光 expected：预期
翻译: Clementine 的数据表明，南极陨石坑的壁比预期的反射更强。
13.Scientific instruments now surveying Mars are far more sophisticated than the instruments of the 70s.
Scientific：科学 instruments：仪器 surveying：测量 sophisticated：复杂的
14.Bodies of water tend to absorb the heat during the day.
15.You can access psychology databases or electronic journals and articles through the library‘s computers.
access：访问 psychology：心理学 electronic：电子 journals：期刊
16.We‘ll review the case study on how some animals have behaviorally adapted to their environments.
review：审查 behaviorally：行为 adapted：改编 environments：环境
17.But when people think fiction, they may assume the characters come from the author‘s imagination.
fiction：小说 assume：假设 characters：字符 imagination：想象力
18.It barks without having to learn how from other dogs, it just barks.
19.We analyzed enough of them to learn a lot about their composition.
20.Then, for reasons which are not entirely clear , the concentration of greenhouse gases gradually goes down.
entirely：完全 concentration：浓度 greenhouse：温室 gases：气体 gradually：逐渐
21.I‘d like you to place your grandmother‘s concert in…in a broader context.
concert：音乐会 broader：更广泛的 context：上下文，背景
22.Data from a later mission indicates significant concentrations of hydrogen.
indicates：表明 significant：重要的 concentrations：浓度 hydrogen：氢
23.Actually there wouldn‘t be any evidence to support his hypothesis until the 1970s.
24.My students, they bring so much insight to the table that it’s easy to forget who the professor is.
25.The Antikythera Mechanism also tracked both the lunar year and the solar year.
Antikythera Mechanism：Antikythera装置 tracked：跟踪 lunar：月球 solar：太阳能
26.We‘ve been able to determine that one of our major assumptions about the Grand Canyon was wrong.
determine：确定 major：主要 assumptions： 假设
27.We know whales are mammals and that they evolved from land creatures.
whales：鲸鱼 mammals：哺乳动物 evolved：进化而来 creatures：生物
28.You probably know that under pressure, the melting temperature of water, of the ice I mean, is reduced.
pressure：压力 probably：可能 melting：融化 temperature：温度 reduced：减少
29.It‘s no surprise that someone attempted to design an objective way to measure distraction.
surprise：惊喜 attempted：尝试 design：设计 measure：测量 distraction：分散注意力
30.Soil there is dense and very low in oxygen.
Soil：土壤 dense：密度 oxygen：氧气
31.The mechanism was so precise that it even took into account a particular irregularity in the Moon’s orbit.
mechanism：机械装置 precise：精确的 particular：独有的 irregularity：不规则 orbit：轨道
32.They have to leave their homes and go up on land where their main predators are.
33.Think about presentation — how the application looks.
翻译: 想想呈现给人的感觉 - 你的申请看起来怎么样
34.It groups elements into the categories that share certain properties.
elements：元素 certain：一些 properties：属性
35.I‘m sure you will be surprised that anyone ever found it radical.
36.Bodies of water release heat and moisture back into the environment.
moisture : 水分 release：释放
37.You need to sign in to reserve an open room and sign out the video you need.
38.The surface of Venus is just flat and smooth in a lot of places.
surface：表面 Venus：金星 flat：平
39.Since Jupiter, the planet, is the largest planet in our solar system, it‘s like the king of the planets, like Jupiter was the king of all the gods.
40.Uranus fits in the next spot in the pattern pretty nicely, um, not perfectly, but close.
Uranus：天王星 fits：适合 pattern：模式
41.Keep in mind that she was doing this when abstract art dominated the art scene.
mind：注意，介意 dominated：主导 scene：场景
42.Its activities started altering the environment.
43.I think the best analogy to modern dance is modern art or modern music.
44.This suggested that the common ancestor of all snakes was actually a venomous lizard.
ancestor:祖先 venomous：有毒的 lizard：蜥蜴
45.One theory called the Environmental Approach hypothesizes that the main force behind state formation was population growth.
theory：理论 Approach：方法 hypothesizes：推测 formation：形成 growth：增长
46.Today I‘m going to talk about how the asteroid belt was discovered.
asteroid：小行星 belt：带 discovered：发现
47.That’s only one kind of a technological advance that has interfered with astronomical research.
technological：技术 advance：推进 interfered：干预 astronomical： 天文
48.It blends in really well with its background as you can see.
49.But then, the background of the painting, this woman with the pumpkins is wrapped in a blanket of broad thick brushstrokes, and, it‘s all kinds of zigzagging brushstrokes.
painting：绘画 pumpkins：南瓜 wrapped：包装 blanket：毯子 broad：广泛的 thick：厚的 brushstrokes：一笔；笔的一划；绘画技巧 zigzagging：曲折的
50.Everything would seem more chaotic.
51.The ground of this desert is made of clay.It‘s a desert, so it‘s dry.
52.Another possibility is that children younger than 3 lack some cognitive capacity for memory.
lack：缺乏 cognitive：神经 capacity：能力 memory：内存
53.Panics spread like wild fire and the tulip market collapsed totally.
Panics：恐慌 spread：传播 tulip：郁金香 collapsed：崩溃 totally：完全
54.We do also have more complex systems that are used for space heating.
55.A group of conservation biologists has proposed an ambitious, or some might say, a radical plan.
conservation：保护 biologists：生物学家 proposed：提出了 ambitious：雄心勃勃的 radical：激进的
56.Some contemporary art historians have challenged this view.
57.What‘s strange to me though, is that at first film music didn‘t necessarily correspond to what was on the screen.
strange：奇怪 correspond：对应 screen：屏幕
58.We could do this in theory by studying an enormous impact crater.
enormous：巨大的 impact：影响 crater：火山口
59.We are getting close to the deadline and I feel like I‘m doing everything for this project
60.When they die, they decompose.
61.It didn‘t depict scenes or models exactly as they looked.
depict: 描述 exactly: 完全
62.What happens is you have deep underground oil deposits and their bacteria.
63.That particular area of the eye is incapable of detecting images.
particular:特定的 incapable:没有能力 detecting: 检测
64.That should help us determine how to prevent further decline in the population.
determine:确定 prevent:防止 further:进一步 decline:下降 population: 人口
65.You might try a place with fewer distraction, like the library.
fewer:更少的 distraction: 分散注意力
66.I‘d be happy to look over a draft version before you hand in the final copy, if you wish.
67.I‘m already a month behind my bills and my tuition‘s due soon.
tuition‘s:学费 due: 由于,到期的,应付款
68.It makes it possible to analyze the light emitted from stars.
emitted:发出 analyze: 分析
69.Research indicates that not just light but also the physics of sound help to enhance these religious experiences.
indicates:表明 physics:物理 enhance:增强 religious:宗教 experiences:经历
70.I did field research up there a couple of winters.
field:领域；字段 couple: 对；夫妇；数个
71.Both of these were built with substantial financial support from corporations.
substantial:实质性的 financial:金融 support:支持 corporations: 公司
72.As an example, let‘s look at foraging behavior among beavers.
foraging:觅食 behavior: 行为 beavers: 海狸 among: 在……中间
73.Sound waves, you and I couldn’t even hear since they are such low frequency.
waves: 波，波动 frequency:频率；
74.And then it raises its feathers, so it looks like it got a coat of fur.
raises: 举起；建造 feathers: 羽毛 fur:皮毛
75.Critics had declared the genre of portraiture to be dead.
critics:批评人士 declared:宣布 genre:类型；种类；流派；风俗画 portraiture: 肖像画；肖像绘制；人像摄影 [‘pɔrtrətʃɚ]
76.Last time we started to talk about glaciers.
77.Countless species have disappeared due to over-hunting, habitat destruction , and habitat fragmentation, pollution and other unnatural human causes.
countless:无数的 species: 物种；种类 disappeared:消失的 over-hunting: 度猎捕利用 habitat: 栖息地 destruction: 破坏，毁灭；fragmentation:破碎；pollution:污染 unnatural:不自然的；反常的；不近人情的 causes: 原因
78.The iron eventually heats to the point that it radiates light.
iron:铁 eventually:最终 heats: 加热 radiates:辐射
79.When land gets developed for human use, the landscape changes.
80.The pedestrian malls will be used by local residents.
pedestrian:行人 malls:购物中心 residents:居民
81.Mammoth almost certainly died as a result of some kind of natural disaster.
Mammoth:长毛象；猛犸象； certainly:当然 disaster: 灾难，
82.It may be difficult to understand how a huge mass of ice can move or flow—it‘s another word for it.
83.We‘d know whether the small craters were formed by impacts during the final stages of 29 planetary formation, or if they resulted from later meteor showers.
craters:陨石坑 formed:形成 impacts:影响 stages:阶段 formation:形成 meteor: showers:
84.Temperatures are low enough to permit ices to form out of water and…and out of gases like methane and carbon dioxide.
temperatures:温度 permit:许可 gases:气体 methane:甲烷 carbon:碳 dioxide:二氧化物
85.Proteus was a god in Greek mythology who could change form.
proteus:普罗透斯 god:神； mythology: 神话；
86.That‘s another possible reason，although it doesn‘t necessarily explain other behaviors such as eating, drinking or sleeping.
87.These microbes enable the soil to have more nitrogen.
88.At home I was the youngest member of our community orchestra.
89.Organs could mimic a number of instruments and also do some sound effects.
organs :[生物] 器官；机构；风琴[‘ɔrgən] mimic:模仿，摹拟 instruments:仪器 effects: 效果
90.We served only certified organic food, most of which was from local farms.
91.With active habitat selection, an organism is able to physically select where to live and breed.
habitat:栖息地，产地 selection: 选择，挑选；organism: 有机体 physically:身体上 breed:繁殖；
92.They would peel large sheets of bark from the tree to form light-weight yet sturdy canoes.
peel: 剥，剥落； sheets:片材，板片。 被单 bark:树皮；皮肤；狗叫 light-weight: 轻型 sturdy:坚定的 canoes: 独木舟
93.These paintings were made deep inside a dark cave, where no natural light can penetrate.
paintings:图画；印刷品; 涂漆 deep:深的;深处 cave:山洞 light:光；光线 penetrate:渗透；穿透
94.We can gain some inside about how they spread, persist or change.
spread:传播 persist: 存留 change:改变 gain: 获得；增加；
95.For several weeks like I said we‘ll be addressing geology from a wider perspective.
geology:地质学； wider:宽的； perspective: 观点；
96.It‘s no wonder that people once considered potatoes and tomatoes to be inedible too, even poisonous.
considered: 经过深思熟虑的；inedible: 不能吃的 poisonous: 有毒的；
97.Frantzen had to paint other people‘s portraits at places like art fairs just to make money.
paint:油漆 portraits:肖像 fairs:博览会
98.Winters on the prairie can still get pretty harsh today.
prairie: 草原 harsh: 严厉的；严酷的；
99.Some of the world‘s oldest preserved art is the cave art of Europe, most of it in Spain and France.
preserved:保藏的；腌制的； cave: 山洞，洞穴；
100.The octopus is prey to many species, including humans.
octopus:章鱼 prey: 猎物 species: 物种；种类
101.So are you saying there might be primitive life on the Moon?
102.I want to talk with you about the research project you assigned.
103.The heart really doesn‘t need to do any pumping now because the blood is frozen.
104.I thought being exposed to radiation is dangerous.
exposed:暴露 radiation: 辐射
105.Realism was important in the sense that she wanted to show people as they really were, much like a photographer would.
Realism: 现实主义 sense: 感觉，功能；观念；photographer: 摄影师；照相师
106.We have printed versions of twenty or so psychology journals in the Reference Section.
psychology: 心理学 journals:学术期刊；日记；日记账
107.A gene is a piece of biological information that gets copied or replicated.
gene:基因 biological: 生物 replicated: 复制
108.Cold-blood animals, like reptiles, they can‘t control their own body temperature.
109.The texture of the canvas was rough.
texture: 质地；纹理；结构；本质，实质 canvas: 帆布,油画布 rough: 粗糙的；
110.We‘ve got to learn more about their breeding, nesting sites and migration routes.
breeding:繁殖； nesting:筑巢； sites:地点，位置；网站 migration: 迁移；routes: 路由，[通信] 路径；[交] 线路
111.All these details are way beyond our scope.
beyond: 超过； scope: 范围；
112.Because I’m writing my senior thesis, I’m supposed to be able to keep the book all semester.
senior:高级的； thesis:论文； supposed:假定的； semester: 学期；
113.These lakes were probably smaller, shallower, because cattle only use water for drinking.
lakes: 湖泊，湖畔；shallower: 浅的 cattle: 牛；
114.Considering that other climate shifts take thousands of years, this one is pretty abrupt.
considering:考虑到； climate:气候； shifts:转移； abrupt: 生硬的；
115.Remember how I showed you in the lab, one little seed starts out producing one little shoot.Then at a week or so later you‘ve got about six shoots.
lab:实验室，研究室 seed:种子； producing:生产的 shoot:射击，射中；拍摄；发芽； shoots:嫩枝
116.They actually nest in the shrubs, not the trees.
actually:实际上 shrubs: 灌木；权木；
117.I‘m gonna show you some slides in a few minutes.
118.The earth soaks up a lot of this water that’s continually flooding the surface.
soaks:吸收，吸入； continually: 不断地；频繁地 flooding: 泛滥；surface: 表面；表层；外观
119.She was in her 70s before she had her first major solo exhibition.
major: 主要的；重要的； solo: 独奏；独唱；exhibition: 展览，显示；展览会；
120.Visible light spectroscopy is probably the most important kind of spectroscopy.
Visible: 明显的；看得见的；现有的；可得到的 spectroscopy: 光谱学
121.The original motivation for this colossal statue was forgotten.
original: 原始 motivation: 动机 colossal: 巨大的 forgotten: 被遗忘的
122.I like that.Straightforward and to the point.
straightforward: 简单的；坦率的； 直截了当地；
123.They were able to navigate over vast stretches of open ocean.
navigate: 导航 vast: 广阔的；巨大的；stretches: 延伸
124.The harpsichord is actually classified as a string instrument.
harpsichord:羽管键琴，大键琴 classified:分类的；类别的； instrument: 仪器；工具；乐器；
125.They have these special organs that collect the hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide and then transfer it to another organ.
organs: 器官； collect: 收集；募捐 hydrogen:氢 sulfide:硫化 carbon:碳 dioxide: 二氧化物
126.Maybe you could switch shifts with someone.
switch: 转换；用鞭子等抽打 shifts: 移位；换班制
127.For centuries most of our knowledge of the planet came from what we saw through telescopes.
128.North American wood frogs live over a very broad territory or range.
wood: 木材；木制品；树林 frogs: 青蛙 territory: 领土，领域；范围；broad: 宽的，辽阔的；range:.范围；幅度；排；山脉
129.Top layer, which is called the active layer, is frozen in the winter and spring, but thaws in the summer.
layer: 层，层次； thaws: 融雪
130.Depending on the angle it tilts at, the seasons can be more or less severe.
depending: 依赖；信任 angle: 角，角度；tilts: 倾斜；翘起 severe: 严峻的；严厉的；
131.Tell him to call me as soon as possible so that we can verify your field work arrangement.
verify: 核实；查证 field: 领域；牧场； arrangement: 布置；整理；准备；安排
132.One way is with vocalizations, you know, sounds generated by the animal.
vocalizations:发声，发音；发声法 generated: 产生；引发；生成
133.This phenomenon is so widespread and well-documented that it has a name.
phenomenon: 现象；奇迹；杰出的人才 widespread: 普遍的，广泛的；分布广的 well-documented :证据充分的
134.The best voyage is made up of zigzag lines.
voyage: 航行；航程；旅行记 zigzag:之字形，锯齿形线条；急转弯
135.Phosphorus is an important nutrient and it‘s not so abundant.
Phosphorus: 磷 nutrient: 营养物；abundant: 丰富的；充裕的；盛产
136.Greek astronomers made excellent, very accurate observations of the movements of the planets.
Greek: 希腊语； astronomers: 天文学家 excellent: 卓越的；极好的；杰出的 accurate: 精确的 observations: 观察，观察值；观察结果；
137.In surface water, there is a weak acid, carbonic acid.
138.A tree should be a huge acoustical challenge for bat, right?
acoustical: [ə’kʊstɪkl] adj. [声] 声学的；听觉的；音响的 challenge: [‘tʃælɪndʒ]n. 挑战；怀疑vt. 向…挑战； bat: 蝙蝠
139.Are the volcanoes on Venus still active?
140.What kinds of plans are they considering to address this problem?
141.That‘s probably why he adopted the women-only classes.
142.Then fish eats the algae or eat other fish that have eaten those plants.
143.If you take the alligator story, it can exist for a long time in individual memory.
144.It‘s just too ambitious for the scope of the assignment.
145.Movies use a variety of camera angles and creative editing.
146.Someone give me an application of this principle?
147.A lot of his short films focused on the aquatic animal world.
148.Beneath the Sahara are huge aquifers, basically a sea of fresh water
149.Last semester I took an archaeology class and we spent a lot time on studying ways to date things
150.We are excavating near the lecture hall to see what types of artifacts we find
151.In a barter system people exchange goods and services directly for other goods and services.
152.I am a dancer, and when I perform on stage, I am so energized by the audience’s reactions, the applause.
153.I must have auditioned like ten times since I have been at the school.So I‘m, anyway.
154.Having us moved to a bigger space like the Lincoln Auditorium seemed like a reasonable idea.
155.Bacteria feed on this oil and release hydrogen sulfide gas.
156.We know that the basin contains lots of smaller craters.
157.Tell me this:what kind of environment do beavers live in?
158.It refers to people being unaware of a bias that may affect their judgment about the subject.
159.Astronomy didn‘t really bloom into the science it is today until the development of spectroscopy.
160.The sounds bounce off them and the lower jaw captures the returning sounds.
161.It was a physicist who came up with a method that was a breakthrough.
162.Inside the box, bronze gears would have rotated the displays.
163.You have an advertising budget to spend.
164.here‘s an assignment sheet on the bulletin board outside this office.
165.Instead of fighting its enemy or running away, it attacks a plant or a bush.
166.It blends in with the sand, so it‘s well camouflaged from its predator bird.
167.You know I was thinking that you are a perfect candidate for the dean‘s undergraduate research fund.
168.First of all, you’ll need to know the techniques Rembrandt used when he applied paint to the canvas- his brushstrokes, how thickly he applied his paint.
169.In other areas, you’ve got canyons, ripped valleys, meteor craters, uh, lava domes, these lava formations that look like giant pancakes.
170.As we learn more about the DNA in human cells and how it controls the growth and development of cells, then maybe we can explain a very important observation.
171.The particular stories might not be true and some of the characters or events might be made up.
172.There‘s charcoal marks from their torches on the cave walls clearly dating from thousands of years after the paintings were made.
173.Each pattern stands for a distinct chemical element.
174.I don‘t play any instruments, but I sing in the university choir.
175.When a religious leader started chanting with echoes bounced off the stonewalls over and over again, it must seem like a whole chorus of other voices, spirits of gods maybe joining in.
176.If they were shadows of the planets, they would be circular, right?
177.I hope you could clarify a few things for me.
178.Be careful not to make it into the cliché.
179.They want to see clips, you know, some of your published articles.
180.Its coat, its fur , turns from brown in the summer to white in the winter.
181.Comets are similar in composition to the gas giants.
182.Sally made this simple comment that it was in really bad condition and should be replaced.
183.The key consideration is a compact and convenient layout.
184.There were many other influences on composers, um, such as the technical advances.
185.The heat is then stored in water-filled tanks or concrete.
186.He criticizes that people of his time for abandoning their own minds and their own wills for the sake of conformity and consistency.
187.They were very conscious of how much money they were spending.
188.It remains consistent throughout your story.
189.Young would-be navigators sat by the stones at night and turned in different directions to memorize the constellations they saw.
190.The “Eidophusikon” was Loutherbourg’s attempt to release painting from the constraints of the picture frame.
191.Unfortunately this revelation about the hippopotamus apparently contradicts the fossil record.
192.As I allude to earlier, Pleistocene rewilding is extremely controversial.
193.Scientists had seen this wolf-like creature before.
194.Italy was indeed the first place where it‘s widely grown as food crop.
195.As soon as the frog even touches an ice crystal or a bit of frozen ground, well, it begins to freeze.
196.They build dams that really slow down the flow of the stream.
197.We have these new concepts of snakes‘ evolution and a new DNA database.
198.A couple of months later, one morning in the eastern sky just before dawn, Sirius would reappear.
199.They‘re basically made up of debris left over from the origin of the solar system 4.6 billion years ago.
200.Within a few decades, things had changed significantly.
201.Your brain’s ability to absorb information starts to decline after about the first hour.
202.One challenge that squirrels face, well many small mammals do, is that because of their size, sweating would make them lose too much moisture.They dehydrate.
203.The denser the medium, the faster sound travels.
204.This was in the 1930‘s, during the worst economic depression in U.S.history.
205.Displacement activities are activities that animal‘s engaging in when they have conflicting drive.
206.There was a distinct moment in time when a mother language clearly broke off into daughter languages.
207.Neel‘s paintings are distinctive for her time in part because they are portraits.
208.These bats can distinguish between the two.
209.I guess I should head back down to the dorm right now.
210.That is the biggest drawback to solar energy.
211.When they did those cave drawings，didn‘t they use, like charcoal or maybe colors, dyes made from plants?
212.Wetlands have their own unique ecosystem, with plants and animals with specially interesting adaptations.
213.These sets were so elaborate that many people attended the theater more for them than for the actors or the stories.
214.My issue is, I have got two required courses and two electives.
215.She had interesting ways of portraying people.She combined some elements of realism.
216.I endured accounting and economics in high school and barely stayed awake.They were so…
217.Most of the solar energy that reaches the ocean gets absorbed and heats the water.
218.Do you know how many people have to be enrolled in order to keep a class from being cancelled?
219.The Pleistocene epoch, most commonly known as the Ice Age, stretched from 1.8 million to 11,500 years ago.
220.Watson makes the assumption that muscular activity is equivalent to thinking.
221.Let‘s look at some examples of different types of stained glass from each era.
222.There once were a farm house and barn that were erected in the late 1700s.
223.The very fabric of society seems to be unraveling and confidence is eroding.
224.If the water ice was mixed in with rock and dust, it would be protected from evaporation.
225.Based on excavations, we can know the layout of the houses and the location of the graves.
226.Wouldn‘t you appreciate positive feedback if you were a professor?
227.Both places had vast areas of fertile farmland.
228.His films begin with facts, but then they become more and more fictional.
229.They are not real or even based on historical figures.
230.That can cause big fissures– big cracks to form in the surface of the layer of ice.
231.They can easily be several feet in length and they‘re also very strong, very flexible.
232.5,000 years ago, Egypt really began to flourish out in the Nile River valley.
233.Technical advances we’ve seen in the development of some of the instruments, uh, you remember the transverse flute, the clarinet and so on.
234.Contrary to what many people believe today, folktales were originally intended for adults, not for children.
235.This layer of water reduces friction.It‖s…it‘s like a lubricant.
236.There‘s actually quite a short window of opportunity for the seed to germinate.
237.Today, we are taking a little detour from the grand styles of public architecture we‘ve been studying to look at residential architectures in the United States.
238.It‘s really no secret that the glaciers flow because of gravity.
239.You were talking about a gym, health club where people can go to exercise that kind of thing.
240.They don‘t have to store up a lot of food energy for the harsh winters.
241.Hydrogen turns into helium, which releases energy.
242.Listen to part of a lecture from a Botany class.
243.Anyway, most Paleolithic cave art depicts large herbivores.
244.Bands are often nomadic and move around following herds of animals.
245.What really indicates how undesert-like the Sahara was thousands of years ago, was something painted on the rock, pre-historic art, hippopotamuses.
246.Even by the standards of the 20s and 30s, Painlevé‘s films were a unique, hybrid of styles.
247.Dolphins can identify and locate each other by their bubble streams.
248.Here’s one technique that can create the illusion of flow in a screen dance.
249.Extra credit is always a good incentive for students.
250.It should be a pretty good indicator of the climate in this part of the state.
251.Now you just need to find someone to interview to see if your instincts are correct
252.The phones interfere with the radio communication at the airport.
253.Its internal organs, its heart, lungs, liver, these start getting drier and drier.
254.The grooming, the straightening of its feathers, seems to be an irrelevant behavior.
255.The sediment is transported and then deposited and it forms layers on the Earth ‘ s surface over time.
256.The pieces of glass would be held together by strips of lead.
257.We learn about its migration route, its growth, and how long it has been alive, its lifespan.
258.They left behind their beds or basins as limestone formations that we can still see today.
259.I‘ve never had a linguistics class before, so I was sort of, I mean, I was looking over the course description and a lot of the stuff you described.
260.Most importantly, that everything in the play be logically connected.
261.So these memes have longevity because they are memorable for one reason or another
262.Shield volcanoes formed when magma comes out of the ground in the same spot over and over again.
263.Maybe the rocks are moved by a magnetic force.
264.That level of precision is critical to the snake for maintaining its body temperature.
265.Let‘s start with North American corn or maize, as it‘s often called.
266.The value for Mars is off by …6 or 7 percent or so.
267.This art is anything but primitive.They are masterpieces.
268.There aren‘t any mastodons left, but there are elephants, which descended from mastodons.
269.You have some birds that are quite mature.
270.The Olympic marmots inhabit meadows high in the Olympic Mountains where the weather conditions are much harsher.
271.I want to talk about an animal that has a fascinating set of defense mechanism, and that‘s the octopus.
272.The professor is discussing medieval poetry.
273.You see, in the late 4th century B.C., the Romans began a campaign to expand the Roman Empire, and in 300 years they had conquered most of the Mediterranean area and parts of Europe.
274.There are “microbes”, microscopic organisms that live in the soil.
275.There are, of course, animal species that require large areas of habitat, and some migrate over very long distances..
276.The octopus has the ability to mimic both the color and the texture of its environment.
277.Over millions of years, ground water left deposits of a mineral called calcite.
278.A major in aerospace engineering with a minor in math, you‘ll go far with that degree.
279.It brings in a modest income, but I could make more money doing other things.
280.All the other elements, like the location or characters, might be modified for each audience.
281.A microclimate is a group of climate conditions that affect the localized area, weather features like temperature, wind, moisture and so on.
282.What they did was they made plaster casts from molds of the sculptures.
283.Tails of passing comets may have introduced water molecules.
284.A monsoon is a seasonal wind that can bring in a large amount of rainfall.
285.The original motivation for a colossal monument in South Dakota had very little to do with all this symbolism
286.Romance Poetry describes a lot of the inner feelings, the motivations, psychology you could say, of a knight trying to improve himself.
287.Their behavior is largely a matter of natural selection.
288.You‘ve all heard about the Vikings and their impressive navigation skills
289.The boss is conveying a negative impression of Mr .X without actually saying anything negative about him.
290.It‘s the Neolithic, remember, the late Stone Age.
291.You probably notice that depending on its size— each empty bottle plays one particular music note.
292.According to this notion, your eyeballs will move slightly to the left, to your left.
293.All we have to do is do two observations and take notes on them, right?
294.They try to fit in with the rest of the world even though it‘s at odds with their beliefs and their identities.
295.Optical radiation is just visible light energy spreading out.
296.Hi, I am new here and I couldn’t come to the student orientation.
297.There‘s some overlap between PR and marketing.
298.That‘s the period we are talking about here, the Paleolithic, the early stone age, not too long after humans first arrived in Europe.
299.The concentration of carbon dioxide and methane gas actually reaches its peak, that is, there is the most carbon dioxide and methane.
300.Well, maybe when we are really concentrating, we just don’t perceive irrelevant information.
301.Anyway, you want to find bugs while the software is still in the development and testing phases.
302.It’s a phenomenon that occurs anywhere you have a large lake that doesn’t freeze and has cold air flowing over it, mostly in the northern Hemisphere.
303.Traditionally, to understand evolutionary relationships, we looked at various easily observed physical characteristics of animals.
304.Many of your cultural establishments in the United States will have a plaque somewhere acknowledging the support – the money they received from whatever corporation.
305.Ice is also plastic, it can change the shape without breaking.
306.In fairytales, people no longer have to remember plots.
307.After an initial trail period of mixed classes, he changed the school policy.
308.There are some flowers that can only be pollinated by the humming birds.
309.Every year the school has a pool of money to fund a number of research projects of undergraduate students.
310.You‘ve seen the flyers and posters around campus, I assume.
311.That would be a very practical value for a future moon base for astronauts.
312.He quickly established his school as a premier destination for women artists.
313.At first I was afraid all that prep work would be a waste of time.
314.They are going to be pretending that either they have an injury or that they‘re ill or that they‘re exhausted.
315.The birch tree can grow in many different types of soils and it’s prevalent in that area.
316.The first key discovery has to do with seismic waves, remember, they are the vibrations caused by earthquakes.
317.The second rank habitat becomes just as successful as the prime habitat.
318.The plot of the play proceeds as a series of sorts of up and down moments.
319.None of these has had as profound an impact as the piano.
320.It doesn‘t have the program I‘m interested in.
321.They have these little projections on their skin that allow them to resemble various textures.
322.How is that proof that the Sahara used to be a lot wetter?
323.This way, you‘ll find out if marketing is something you really want to pursue
324.I recently read an interesting article about an archaeologist who tried to solve this puzzle with the help of his computer.
325.They may look kind of randomly placed, but they actually form many distinct patterns.
326.She learned to play the instrument when she was a small child and gave her first public recital at age 9.
327.It‘s just that bronze was valuable and could easily be recycled.
328.Zircon is a material that contains radioactive uranium, which makes it very useful for dating purposes.
329.Did you register already for your classes next semester?
330.Professor: I assume that most students taking the introductory level class would have little or no experience with archeological research, but that‘s ok.Student: That‘s a relief.
331.It’s not a remnant of some huge population that is dwindled in the last few hundred years for some reason.
332.I don‘t think they‘ve hired replacement yet.
333.Representations of people weren‘t fashionable in the art world.
334.I‘d like to know if you be willing to join us as the student representatives.
335.I get a lot of students from the engineering department because I teach the required applied mathematics courses..
336.They kind of resemble shields, you know, like a warrior’s shield.
337.It doesn‘t seem to be checked out and it‘s not on reserve.
338.In general, downtown areas, just don‘t have that many residential areas.
339.It wasn‘t until the Restoration in 1660 that public theaters again opened and opera took off.
340.It‘d be a good experience for you.You could put it on your resume.
341.At the same time, they retain their animal characteristics too.
342.It‘s a scene, a moment in which all the secrets are revealed..
343.But then in the 80s, this trend reversed itself when the price of oil and natural gas wentdown.
344.Egyptian life basically revolved around the mysterious rise and fall of the river.
345.The policy is generally pretty rigid and this semester is almost over.
346.They were used in religious rituals for thousands of years.
347.Paper was scarce and expensive then.
348.They are more or less randomly scattered over Venus’s surface.
349.Venomous snakes are the ones that secrete poisonous substances or venom, like the snakes of the viper family or cobras.
350.We examine layers of sediment on the Earth’ s surface to approximate the dates of past geologic time periods.
351.Sorry , I should have mentioned, Master Writer is an advanced seminar.
352.You‘ve heard of Tiffany lamp shades right?
353.It’s revealing a new layer of fertile black silt and allowing for the planting of various crops.
354.You could get lost without a solid outline.
355.We tend to think of crocodiles as, uh, kind of solitary, hiding out in a swamp, uh, kind of mysterious creatures.
356.Interestingly, there’s some speculation that humans started having a major impact on Earth much earlier, about 8000 years ago.
357.That spurred people to start looking into alternative forms of energy.
358.I used different methods for analyzing the data, like certain statistical tests.
359.Glasses were a status symbol in some parts of the world..
360.It gave her an understanding of body movements and actions, how humans move, and stand still.
361.Of course he didn‘t claim that infants don‘t have any sort of memory, it is acknowledged that they can recognize some stimuli, like faces..
362.Cape Cod is a peninsula, a narrow strip of land that jets out into the Atlantic.
363.You really can ‘ t say you are getting objective scientific results from a subjective questionnaire where people report on themselves.
364.All substances, all forms of matter, can be distinguished according to what wavelength of light they absorb and which ones they reflect.
365.It can be a way to be subtle or polite, or to convey humor through sarcasm or irony..
366.As it turned out I really enjoy the field work, which is nice supplement to just sitting and listening to lectures.
367.There was always much more demand for tulips than supply.
368.I think it‘d be really cool to cover the Supreme Court.
369.During these surges, in some places, they can move its speeds as high as 7000 meters per year.
370.Every semester we get a few students who have their borrowing privileges suspended completely because they haven‘t returned books.
371.At the beginning of the semester we were swamped with applications.
372.12 years later in 1937, a different team became the first to synthesize the element using a cyclotron.
373.The success of their agriculture system depended upon the knowing when the river would change.
374.The details of what happens in the story would remain constant.That was the thread that held the tale together.
375.They are really a wonder of chemistry, physics and structural engineering that allows themto survive and even thrive in an evironment in which most other plants will wilt and die within hours.
376.The melon is kind of a large sac-like pouch, made up of fat tissue.
377.The leaves of the potato plant are quite toxic.
378.The signals can be efficiently transferred into the water.
379.They mostly transmit incoming solar energy down to earth.
380.It‘s the amount of daylight that triggers the changing of the hare‘s coat.
381.Graduate school tuition is expensive, and these courses will give you a good overview of the field.
382.Tundra is flat land with very little vegetation..
383.You take that bundle of fibers and you twist it a little bit.
384.Using ultraviolet light we can see the spectral signature of each component part of the pigment.
385.They live in open fields where there is lots of edible vegetation.
386.Many people have been fascinated about Venus for centuries because of its thick cloud cover.
387.30 years ago, researchers sent a deep-sea vessel to explore the ocean ‘ s depth, about 3 kilometers down.
388.It was used primarily as a vehicle for teaching religion and was generally presented in Latin.
389.The lava builds up, and hardens, and a volcano forms.
390.How many student volunteers are you looking for?
391.If there are people or dogs on the beach, the eggs and fledglings in the nest are really vulnerable.
392.The more often it wanders from home, the more it‘s likely to be exposed to predators.
393.The rocks get broken down into smaller and smaller particles as they are weathered.
394.They are able to withstand highly saline conditions.
395.The best foraging strategy for beavers isn’t the one that yields the most food or wood.It’s the one that results in the most descendants, the most offspring.
396.It‘s red because of the zinc paint that goes on those stainless steel cables.
397.They‘re gradual variations but their effects can be pretty abrupt.
398.Actually I am getting a warning flag on your academic record here.
399.Perhaps we can accelerate the process somehow.
400.We have several copies of each tape of Spanish accent series.We usually have multiple copies for everything for each video collection.
401.They accumulate essentially no body fat.
402.We all acknowledge what needed to be fixed.
403.Today we are witnessing a sixth mass extinction.
404.The native American people were all adept at running very fast over the snow in these birch branch snow shoes.
405.A tougher inner layer of the tree adheres to the bark.
406.The English made a major adjustment to opera and exported what they had done to opera back to Italy.
407.I suppose you haven‘t changed your mailing address at the administration office?
408.I really do hope we can find the way to deal with this issue before these ecosystems are adversely affected.
409.That means better exercise equipment, high-end stuff, and classes–exercise classes, maybe aerobics.
410.The aerospace engineering department here is excellent!.
411.In China, glasses were very expensive.So in addition to intelligence, they also symbolize affluence, um, wealth.
412.It is not something we can afford to do on a daily basis.
413.They are dispersed by some other agent, like the wind.
414.They are not at all aggressive and territorial like the Eastern marmots.
415.They said their remaining positions were for work-study students getting financial aid.
416.If they could travel so easily over such a large area, they could trade with people from other areas, which I guess would lead them to form alliances?
417.They allotted money that could be used for travel expenses.
418.Do you remember that PR strategy I alluded to the other day?
419.Exotic travels, they had the allure of the unknown, of wild places.
420.The volume seems to alternate between very loud and very soft.
421.Corporations aren‘t always altruistic.
422.The department has many prominent alumni.
423.Well, like most amateur musicians, I only play because, well, I just enjoy it.
424.Those things are also being lit by all our street lights, by the moon, all these ambient light.
425.Then there‘s the maxim of manner, including things like being clear , and avoid ambiguity.
426.Astronomers came up with the idea that atmospheric ammonia might have acted as a greenhouse gas.
427.It‘s called child amnesia and it was first documented in 1893.
428.That had to do with chemical analysis, something to do with measuring the amount of radiocarbon that‘s left in organic stuff.
429.They have developed a means of solidly anchoring themselves into the soil.
430.I set an announcement for an event.
431.They only succeeded in taking away about half the annual budget.
432.Natural selection would favor those antelope that could outrun a cheetah.
433.Dean Adams, I took a few anthropology classes with her and they were great, inspiring.
434.What do you think we should go over next?How about if we go over this stuff about how bacteria become resistant to antibiotics?
435.Imagination is a faculty that some people use to anticipate future events in their lives.
436.A solution of antifreeze, like you put in your car in the winter?
437.At some point their venom-producing apparatus wasn‘t needed anymore.
438.Maybe her father gets furious for no apparent reason.
439.You think your product will appeal most to teachers aged twenty to thirty.
440.The behavior makes sense.It‘s appropriate under the circumstances.
441.It was sort of a seal of approval.
442.Now, 12 of these months was an approximately 354-day year.
443.At a certain point in the middle ages it was really only merchants, aristocrats, and clergy who can deal with Latin.
444.Technically speaking, a spice is part of an aromatic plant that is not a leaf or herb.
445.They named it Technetium to emphasize that it was artificially created with technology.
446.It‘s mainly for people who decided to withdraw from, to change to a new course early on.
447.They have to assess your level and steer you into the right class, you know, beginner, intermediate…
448.The attainment of happiness becomes the ultimate or highest good for Aristotle.
449.Then make notes about their unusual or dominant attributes.
450.Eventually it ended up in an art auction where was bought and then donated to an art museum in Baltimore, for conservation and study.
451.How do you determine whether the painting’s authentic?
452.When an orally transmitted story is written down, an authoritative version with a recognized author is created.
453.We don’t post things automatically.
454.It‘s within 10 percent of the average distance to Mars from the Sun.
455.The second movement involved in the hypothesis has to do with axial tilt.
456.And the same for the toothless whales, like the blue whale and other baleen whales, we assumed that they be closely related.
457.As I said, in classical ballet, emotions are conveyed through a set of strictly formalized movements.
458.The Arabian Peninsula, today it’s pretty desolate, barren and extremely hot.
459.The first type of the glaciers flow is called: basal slip.
460.Many people consider John Watson to be the founder of behaviorism.
461.Now scientists have tended to regard the agricultural revolution as a beneficiary of the fortuitous shift in climate.
462.But there is another company bidding too.
463.Obviously the major media are television, radio, newspapers,magazines, um, billboards, and so forth.
464.So their social behavior is so different from Eastern marmots because of the climate where they live? That seems so bizarre.
465.The diet then was relatively bland, compared to today‘s.There wasn‘t much variety.
466.Somehow the overall scene gives an impression of a cold, bleak winter day on a farm.
467.They block most of the solar energy so it never reaches Earth’s surface.
468.You can really see those broad brushstrokes and the blurry lines.
469.Why this medieval fascination with spices? We can boil it down to three general ideas briefly.
470.First, Neel‘s use of bold color.
471.Now when I mention the terms ―boom and bust‖, what is that going to mind?
472.It was mentioned only briefly in your books.
473.Like I said Julian was a brilliant businessman，with progressive ideas.
474.You‘ve already known that ice is brittle.
475.Bubble streams.They can control how the air bubbles come out.
476.Bug is the word for problems in the program code, correct?
477.According to records, one tulip bulb was worth 24 tons of wheat.
478.For bureaucratic purposes, they didn‘t mind.
479.How does a hole in the ground, a burrow, stay cool in a hot climate?
480.These bursts are similar to what we see when volcanoes erupt on Earth.
481.Music was secondary, if you will, to the dramatic cadence of language.
482.Listen to a conversation between a student and the director of the student cafeteria.
483.By studying these calcite deposits, we can determine the climate conditions, the temperatures over the last half million years.
484.You can also find some charts listing fat and calorie content for different types of seafood, meat and the other major food groups.
485.Megafauna include elephants, wild horses, big cats, camels– large animals.
486.In the late 4th century B.C., the Romans began a campaign to expand the Roman Empire.
487.Hundreds of miles of drainage canals were built in the wetlands.
488.Its founder, Rudolph Julian was a canny businessman.
489.This study showed that very young children under age of 2 do have the capacity for recall.
490.They could carry a large amount of cargo.
491.This flowing water carved out the caves and the structures inside them.
492.Without it stopping to feed and spreading pollen from flower and flower, these plants would cease to exist.
493.His first and most celebrated underwater film is about the seahorse.
494.Tulips actually hail from an area that Chinese call the Celestial Mountains in Central Asia.
495.They did hunt and they also raised cereal crops and kept sheep.
496.It‘d be kind of fun.Plus, participants get a $50 gift certificate.
497.As you move around chamber, the volume of the sound goes way up and way down.
498.Teresa takes charge of handling the situation.
499.The bird spreads and drags the wings or its tail.
500.The bacteria kind of feed the tube worms through chemosynthesis , remember?
501.Now what can you tell me about the chimney?
502.For your last assignment, you choreographed the dance that was performed on stage in front of live audience .
503.All of persons‘ genetic information is contained on very long pieces of DNA called chromosomes.
504.It’s linear, the story unfold chronologically.
505.There was a problem in one of the computers‘ circuits.
506.We can even do the photocopying for you because of the circumstances.
507.Last time we talked about ancient agricultural civilizations.
508.In 1925, A team of chemists led by a scientist named Ida Tack claimed that they had found element 43.
509.They are clamoring for the mother’s attention, sort of squeaking and practically saying-don’t forget about me!
510.Well, as you read in my paper, my grandmother performs classical music.
511.In addition to whistles, dolphins produce clicks, which are actually sonar, or sound waves.
512.You could film close-up shots of their faces.
513.That‘s the kind of thing we can only guess at based on clues.
514.They‘re those little clusters sitting at the base of the leaves.
515.This was also the time of the industrial revolution, which brought a tremendous increase in the use of fossil fuels such as coal.
516.If the seeds cannot really disperse in the wild area, then, you know, the tree may not colonize new areas.
517.The professor has been talking about colossal statues.
518.Just with various combinations of those five colors, they can recreate any color in their environment?
519.The third main kind of folktale is the comical story.
520.You know how it is, everybody’s already got commitments for the whole semester.
521.By the end of the 19 century, it became much more common for women and men to study together in the same classes.
522.Opera was commonplace in Italy for almost a thousand years before it became commercial as a venture.
523.By communal we mean they reflect the traits and the concerns of a particular community at a particular time.
524.That would appear to be some pretty compelling evidence.
525.This stream edge area had a much denser population which meant more members of the same species competing for resources.
526.You got specific colors by adding metallic compounds to the other glass-making ingredients.
527.It’s constantly being recycled through evaporation and condensation.
528.Opera originated in Italy but was not confined to Italy.
529.He doesn‘t engage in conflict to protect his lords or country.
530.The streets will otherwise be bustling with noisy, unpleasant traffic congestion.
531.When she got out of the conservatory, she was invited to join a jazz orchestra.
532.In that case, the parent would put on the most conspicuous distraction displays just before the babies hatched.
533.Ice would expand or constrict.
534.In the end, Aristotle says that true happiness is the exercise of reason—a life of intellectual contemplation …of thinking.
535.It can contract into the shape of a little round stone, and sit perfectly still on the seafloor.
536.The sun shines into the building and then it‘s absorbed and converted into heat.
537.Most portraits convey the artists‘ personal vision, like their feelings and insights about a person.
538.If you wanted red you added copper; if you wanted green you added iron.
539.It can take on the color of its immediate surroundings: the ocean floor, a rock, a piece of coral, whatever.
540.Did you just say corporations? How are they involved?
541.A preferred environment doesn’t always seem to correlate with greater reproductive success.
542.It was in extremely poor condition and in many corroded pieces.
543.We talked about cotton fibers, which we said were very useful, not only in the textile industry, but also in the chemical industry, and in the production of many products.
544.Individual states throughout the country started to establish their own state art councils to help support the arts.
545.Also, animal species that went extinct 11,000 years ago, some are quite different genetically from their modern-day counterparts.
546.Wind and water are constantly crashing into these plants.
547.Otherwise, I will be short 6 credits.I have no choice.
548.He does give us a couple of criteria, or features, to keep in mind as we look for what true human happiness is.
549.Well, there are two critical factors to consider when creating the pedestrian malls— location and design.
550.But such crude estimates…um…we can do better than that.
551.Constrictors have evolved to kill their prey by crushing.
552….how they redistributed pieces of a planet‘s crust.
553.This cultivates a sense of goodwill and helps the university avoid becoming isolated from the larger community.
554.Overall the cumulative effects of cloud is to cool Earth rather than heat it.
555.Let’s say a museum curator comes to you with a problem.
556.Several current studies are looking at these effects.
557.Well ,you said that the nitrogen cycle is also an important nutrient cycle.
558.You know, there is a dairy not far from here in Chelsea.
559.A related debate involved some recent DNA studies.
560.Therefore, if that ever had been present on Earth, it would have decayed ages ago.
561.Animals‘ use of deception, ways they play tricks on other animals.That‘s a fascinating area.
562.I divided all those numbers by 10 by putting in a decimal point.
563.Small portions of the text couldn’t be deciphered.
564.Now, see how the house has very little exterior decoration.
565.For over the past several million years, Earth‘s sort of default climate has actually been Ice Age.
566.We had defect meetings where the developers and the testers meet together to discuss various problems and how they should be fixed.
567.She didn‘t know that that was the defense of her own discovery of element 43.
568.Both John and Mary defer to her leadership.
569.These developments have caused major changes like additional erosion of the Earth ‘ s surface and deforestation.
570.Think of deformation as a very slow oozing.
571.This increasing literacy, um, in reading, led to an increasing demand for eyeglasses.
572.The tone in the editorial was demeaning.
573.The denouement offers the audience a logical conclusion.
574.If you only take as much out as it comes in, you‘re not gonna deplete the amount of water that‘s stored in there, right?
575.He accomplished this by giving the stage a greater feeling of depth.
576.Whales are descendents not from hippos but from that distant wolf-like creatures.
577.The mother language is the line on the top of this diagram.
578.Dialect accommodation, you know, is the idea that people tend to adapt their speaking to make it closer to the speech of whoever they‘re talking to.
579.The basin measures an amazing 2,500 km in diameter.
580.The site also suggests ways to make your overall diet a healthy one.
581.Solar energy is everywhere, but it‘s also quite diffused.
582.And another thing, the tube worm has no mouth, or digestive organs.
583.That could actually solve my dilemma.
584.If they‘re diligently trying to solve a problem, that there is muscular activity in the throat region.
585.Let‘s dim the lights, so we can see these slides.
586.Loutherbourg, like other contemporary painters, wanted to add the dimension of time to his paintings.
587.Hi, I‘d like to drop off my graduation form;I understand you need this in order to process my diploma.
588.It was easier to discern the order in the sky.
589.Your assignment will be to choose a discipline that interests you.
590.On Venus, however, volcanoes are not clustered in discrete zones like they are on Earth.
591.This universal truth.They pay attention to it and express it and don‘t just dismiss it like most people do.
592.Seed dispersal might be a factor.
593.The iron in the ancient ink would display if exposed to a certain X-ray imaging method.
594.A prosperous economy, so more people had more disposable income.
595.That‘s the subtle distinction we need to try very hard to keep in mind.
596.Movies can distort time.
597.Roman coins were also distributed throughout the empire.
598.In any given area, there was less plant diversity.
599.I missed some questions about cell division on the exam.
600.The sounds can cause headaches, feelings of dizziness, increase heartache, that sort of thing you see.
601.He set the standard really for the nature documentary.
602.They can be wild animals or domestic.
603.These spices literarily dominated the way Europeans lived for centuries.
604.Lechuguilla is pretty much dormant now.
605.They will travel far only to cut down certain small trees that they can cut down quicklyand drag back home quickly.
606.To do that, you have to drain the water from the land.
607.Deep snow drifts often form around shrubs.
608.Oceanographers were able to drill deep into the seafloor and collect samples.
609.They realized that this was more than a temporary drought.
610.When the rain fell, water ran down the sides of the dunes.
611.The mystery is figuring out how they became ocean dwellers.
612.His later paintings are notable for their increased color and dynamic use of light.
613.Echolocation is pretty self-explanatory; using echoes reflects sound waves to locate things.
614.Let’s not forget that eclipses in planetary motions had important symbolic meanings.
615.Promoting ecological tourism is another way to help save their habitat.
616.Their preferred habitat is forests near the edge of streams.
617.What you are referring to wasn‘t a news story, but an editorial, right?
618.You are probably familiar with the greenhouse gas effect.
619.Is it some global temperature change or weather pattern like El Nino or something?
620.Other aspects of the location like, um…the elevation of the land, the plant life nearby, and so on, have a substantial effect on microclimates.
621.Your project is definitely eligible.
622.It came to America late and was considered too elitist for the general public.
623.Well, especially with a challenging topic like yours: factors leading to the emergence of sociology as an academic discipline.
624.Happiness is the ultimate end — to be valued for itself and really only for itself.
625.In 1965, the National Endowment for the Arts was created.
626.You need to create and efficiently enforce a formal legal code.
627.I desire to engage in exercise and I value exercise extrinsically.
628.This had to engender powerful sense of all Neolithic worshipers.
629.-the swimming and tennis classes and everything.-Yeah, but this pass doesn‘t entitle you to those( exercise classes).
630.I have one major concern about the last assignment, you know—the one where we have to interview a local business owner, uh, I mean entrepreneur.
631.When we analyze the cells chemically we find something very interesting, a chemical in them, and an enzyme called telomerase.
632.It’s pretty easy to differentiate geologically between these two epics.
633.Clementine didn‘t orbit only around the Moon‘s equator.
634.The plants will wilt and die within hours.
635.I‘m giving you several short essay questions to make you think critically about the points we‘ve discussed in class.
636.A brief description of your proposed project, and an estimated budget.
637.Another philosopher we need to discuss is Aristotle—Aristotle‘s ethical theory..
638.There‘s no evidence of people ever living here.
639.It‘s written to evoke, to make you, the audience, have some kind of emotional experience through the use of imagery.
640.You should use them to indicate what your evolution in thought was through time.
641.That might be a bit of an exaggeration.
642.Once recording technology took off, studio jobs working exclusively for one film company, eh, studio jobs did become available.
643.Another adaptation to the salty environment is the ability to excrete excess salt back to the environment.
644.The color changes are executed by two different kinds of cells in the octopus ‘ skin.
645.Dortan‘s top executives walk around supermarkets, um, asking shoppers what they thought of Dortan‘s soups.
646.I say this because your work on the lab project was exemplary.
647.That‘s because magnetic fields reduce the pressure exerted on the gases inside of them.
648.Remember I said that at some point during this semester I wanted you to attend an exhibit at the Fairy Street Gallery?
649.No one knew it existed.
650.It was a wealthy nation with a growing economy, willing to spend lots of money on new exotic things.
651.I would like to expand on my research.
652.The shell somehow has to be broken down before this…um…germination ability expires.
653.You have an unregulated marketplace, no government constrains, where price could explode.
654.The exploitation of fossil fuels has brought planet wide developments.
655.Cave researchers go to explore them.
656.Why does their behavior indicate more of a concern with how much energy they expendthan with being exposed to predators?
657.Exposition is whatever background information you have to review to the audience.
658.Her expressive gestures were motivated from within rather than being dictated by strict technique.
659.A mass extinction is when numerous species become extinct over a very short time period.
660.What you do is to extract these long fibers from the Manila hemp plant.
661.If I value something as a means to something else,then it has what we will call ―extrinsic value‖.
662.If the young Sun was much fainter and cooler than the Sun today, liquid water couldn’t have existed on either planet.
663.Unfortunately, many of the original stained glass windows were thought to be old-fashioned and they were actually destroyed.
664.This strategy is feasible when you have a small population.
665.Fecundity is the ability to reproduce in large numbers.
666.By 1974 I think, all fifty states had their own arts agencies, their own state arts councils that work with the federal government.
667.You have to: one, register; and two, pay the fee for the class.
668.The water phase is sometime affected by excessive fertilizers.
669.Last class we started talking about useful plant fibers.
670.These information wasn‘t particularly reliable because they were sometimes based on fictitious stories of great adventure.
671.Fidelity means accuracy of the copying process.
672.We thought they were filtering out this kind of information.
673.But on the other hand, their small size allows them to fit into very tiny spaces.
674.I read a study that showed how light can give milk a funny flavor.
675.That‘s because of their belief at the time that the heavenly bodies, the Sun, Moon, Stars, and Planets, were perfect, without any flaws or blemishes.
676.It fluctuates in 11-year cycles.
677.The native Americans would cut the bark and fold it into any shape they needed.
678.Of course folk-music, traditional songs and dances， had always been part of everyday life.
679.There are no footprints, no tyre tracks and no heavy machinery like a bulldozer.
680.One team of scientists flooded an area of the desert with water, then try to establish how much wind force would be necessary to move the rocks.
681.Small boats moved more quickly across the foreground than larger ones did that were closer to the horizon.
682.That showed good judgment, real foresight, didn‘t it?
683.It would‘ve been relatively easy for a person with knowledge of metals to melt down bronze objects and forge them into well, say, coins.
684.The formula for a well-made play required that the certain of these elements being included in a particular order.
685.When you begin to formulate a story, make a list of interesting people you know or have observed.
686.Only a fraction of it, maybe 20-30%, converts into meaningful genetic information.
687.You need to have a warm enough temperature so that it doesn‘t freeze.
688.There is no frost covering the grass.
689.I had a hard time remembering details.It was so frustrating.
690.Hydrogen could be turned into fuel, rocket fuel.
691.I think it will help us see the relationship between the function of a structure and its style or form.
692.They decide on which research project should be funded.
693.First I‘d like to talk about some discoveries that have challenged one of these fundamental assumptions.
694.People are kind of curious about it.They wanted to see what‘s causing all the fuss.
695.Isn‘t that strange that the Milky Way is the galaxy that the planet Earth is in, and most of us have never seen it?
696.All those electrical gauges pollute the skies.
697.The gears were stuck together in a mess.
698.All living organisms pass on biological information through the genes.
699.If a folktale isn’t repeated by each generation, it may be lost for all time.
700.Geocentric means Earth-centered, so the geocentric view holds that the Sun, the planets, the stars, all revolve around the Earth.
701.That‘s a giant step in the right direction.
702.The brain stored only the gist of what it heard.
703.You have to wear gloves to handle them.
704.For example, you might have two servants gossiping as they are cleaning the house.
705.Are you familiar with your graduation requirements?
706.Around the Mediterranean Sea, which was where they could grow these grains with more reliability.
707.Half of the sandstone in the samples was formed at the same time the granite in the Appalachian Mountains was formed.
708.First a panel of professors reviews the applications for the grant.And then…
709.They graze the prairies of the America West during the Ice Age.
710.Professor, isn‘t it possible that animals groom because they‘ve got messed up a little from fighting or mating?
711.They say that since gullies are usually formed by water, it seems like they may be evidence that water still exists on Mars.
712.As we know, gypsum is soluble in water.
713.The valley would produce crops, such as wheat, barley, fruit, all ready to harvest.
714.Once the babies are hatched, they can pretty much take care themselves.
715.They‘re willing to make more trips to haul back less wood.
716.Isn‘t it more sensible to think that a smaller heavenly body would orbit a larger one rather than the opposite?
717.Heliocentric means Sun-centered, that the Earth revolves around the Sun.
718.Individuals must be educated to use their intellect to control their emotions and desires.That’ s harmony in the soul.
719.Most of the planet‘s glaciers are in the northern hemisphere.
720.That is not a leaf or herb.
721.She is the heroine I mentioned.
722.I hesitate to mention it， but I don’t suppose it’s something you would… No!
723.Even though they spend the significant portion of the year hibernating, according to this case study, marmots are still considered excellent subjects for animal behavioral studies.
724.So a hierarchy forms.By definition, a state had at least three social levels.
725.Well, I‘ve already given you a hint.
726.These hollows would’ve captured the rain right there on the top.
727.They were positioned as if they were heading in the direction of the points on the sea horizon.
728.So that’s where access to the public transportation comes in, either the designer planned tolocate the malls in central transportation hub, like a bus terminal, a major train, a subway station, or they work with city officials to create sufficient parking areas, not too far from the mall.
729.If you were caught doing it, you were subject to various fines, humiliating public punishments.
730.For Watson, thinking is identical with the activity of muscles.
731.Lavie thinks the solution lies in the brain ‘ s ability to accept or ignore visual information.
732.These objects are illuminated, they are lit up.
733.A smaller frog can imitate that deep voice.
734.Its relationship to its immediate environment seems to play a part in which behavior will display.
735.In the future we may have virtually immortal nerve cells and immortal skin cells.
736.What‘s the impact of habitat loss on those animals – animals that need large areas of habitat?
737.Now we were there as impartial scientists, to do research.
738.They were supposed to communicate specific ideas about the emperor and the imperial family.
739.Beneath this active layer is a second layer called “permafrost”, which is frozen all year around, and is impermeable to water.
740.Are all your classes impersonal?
741.They hypothesized that this migration actually provided an important impetus in the development of ancient Egypt.
742.So you can see how important implications are to our ability to carry on a conversation.
743.Frantzen‘s style is what she herself calls Realistic Impressionism.
744.Compared to their classical predecessors, these newer art forms are freer, more experimental, more improvisational.
745.As I said, this phenomenon refers to adults not being able to remember the childhood incidents.
746.I hope you see that these two ideas are incompatible.
747.My chairperson told me that if I did independent field research in addition to the assigned work in each course, they would count as intermediate level courses.
748.We‘ve categorized their vocalizations into three types: whistles, clicks, and burst pulses.叛哨声 打叛哨 272
749.What can you infer from what I said?
750.Those smaller parts can be used to form an infinite number of messages.
751.The cells are always fully inflated.
752.She just spent several months studying social interactions in Indonesia and she’s been influential in ethnology.
753.That‘s how elephants use infrasound.
754.The site‘s in modern day Turkey, and who knows what the original inhabitants called it.
755.They can inherit them from the parent cell, but that‘s not what I’m talking about.
756.They inhibit each other, they cancel each other out in a way.
757.Scientists have recently analyzed the inscriptions on the mechanism.
758.You insert it into the machine and you are ready to make copies.
759.In the early 1930s, most theater owners installed new sound systems.
760.I‘m a musician, not a professional musician, I just play a musical instrument for fun.
761.The site hasn‘t been touched, and the layers are intact.
762.Modern dance seeks to show how deep emotions and the music itself, how these intangible attributes can affect and inspire physical movement.
763.There is research that shows that after about an hour of intense focus, your brain needs a break.
764.It is a painting of the interior of Julian‘s art school.
765.Her portraits reveal her own interpretation of her subject‘s state of mind.
766.He layered pieces of glass and used thin copper strips instead of lead, which let him make these really intricate flowery designs for stained glass.
767.If we value something not as a means to something else, but for its own sake, let us say thatit has ―intrinsic value‖.
768.It was so intuitive, so sensible that the Earth was the center of the universe that astronomers found ways to explain those seemingly inconsistent phenomena.
769.Spectroscopy has a very distinct advantage over previous methods of analyzing our works, because it’s not invasive.
770.Salt marshes are among the least inviting environments for plants.
771.You know, here‘s an incredible irony.
772.There‘s a type of rapid expansion, what might be called the hysterical or irrational boom.
773.We are finding out that they aren’t as isolated as they seem.
774.In the past, we also issue letters before students‘ final year began to let them know what they needed to take in the final year to be OK.
775.It was carved from ivory.
776.I carry a little pad with me all the time and jot down questions or ideas that I don‘t want to forget.
777.I still need three more on my topic from three different journals.
778.I am looking for this book—the American Judicial System.
779.I‘m gonna help teach a writing class of the junior high.
780.The beaver in this ecosystem is what we call a keystone species.
781.It definitely was a landmark production.
782.There is a whole area here on the main floor where you can bring a laptop and plug it in for power.
783.Polynesians could estimate their latitude just by looking straight up.
784.Magma is hot molten rock that’s underground, and it is called lava when it reaches the surface.
785.This may sound a bit weird, but I‘ve been thinking about getting a job.
786.So now we‘ve talked about folk legends.
787.Listen to part of a conversation between a student and a librarian.
788.It clearly had four limbs that could have been used for walking.
789.I know that you have to read reserve books in the library and that you have time limits.
790.We were discussing the geological evidence of water, liquid water on Earth and Mars 3 to 4 billlion years ago.
791.Tulips were literally worth their weight in gold.
792.Our loan period is a month.
793.You see, what began as a tourist attraction became something far loftier.
794.Well, beavers live near streams and rivers and they block up the streams and rivers with like logs and sticks and mud.
795.They are really territorial, and loners.
796.It’s a circle, a loop.
797.Changes in the temperature pattern had been brought about by the loss of the wetlands.
798.He is inspired for his courage, bravery and loyalty, loyalty to the lord he serves.
799.Venus has no surface water that’s needed to kind of lubricate the movement of the plates.
800.Astronomers tried to estimate what solar mass could produce the required luminosity to explain liquid water on these planets.
801.Opera lyric or lyric opera refers to what we think of as opera, the musical drama.
802.You can change this simple process into a magic trick.
803.The clear rock magnified the letters, making them appear larger, um, looks like what happens when a drop of water falls on something.
804.What magazines do the majority of teachers read?
805.We can figure out the chemical makeup of another star.
806.For small streams, they made narrow, maneuverable boats.
807.We called that craze ―tulip mania‖.
808.What Watson did was to observe muscular habits because he viewed them as a manifestation of thinking.
809.In the editing room, you can digitally manipulate these images.
810.All of those actions are for the purpose of proving that he is is an upright moral, well-mannered, well-behaved individual.
811.In this case, we especially want to know if any of the mantle, the layer beneath the crust, was exposed by the impact.
812.In Europe in the Middle Ages before the invention of printing and the printing press, all books, all manual scripts were hand-made.
813.They were replicated in marble or bronze.
814.They come together to mate and then they go their separate ways.
815.It was a costly material and in short supply.
816.As a geologist, you need to know about more than just rocks and the structure of solid matter.
817.With radiocarbon dating, we get the maximum possible age for the object.
818.It‘s like a maze.You have passageways all around.
819.You’ve got a sound wave traveling merrily along through one medium, when suddenly it hits a different medium.
820.Another example is the interaction of megafauna with local flora.
821.They’re not interested in mental processes.
822.Now I‘m going to write the names of the planets under the numbers: Mercury …Venus…Earth…Mars.
823.They actually account for almost all of the meteorite material that falls to earth.
824.From meteoroids we get meteors and meteorites.
825.They wouldn‘t even have been able to get started without uh…Earth science understanding – knowledge about wind, storms, you know, meteorology.
826.I was so impressed with the way you handle the microscope.
827.Plants, smaller animals, they have been evolving without megafauna for millennia.
828.So that‘s the reason people mine rocks that contain a lot of phosphorus — to help agriculture?
829.It‘s a very minimal quantity.
830.The poems were songs performed by a minstrel, a singer who travelled from castle to castle.
831.Visible light consists of different colors or wavelengths.
832.I think my professor really miscalculated.
833.We enter the data into a computer weather model.
834.These extreme shifts would have put a lot of stress on the bodies of animals that were used to a more moderate range of temperatures.
835.There were Soviet modules that landed directly on the surface and sent back some images of what was around them.
836.He might take a clip of a mollusk going up and down in the water and set it to music.
837.Zircon starts off as molten magma, the hot larva from volcanoes.
838.As you can imagine, in-depth research often requires monetary support.
839.This time she used brain scanning equipment to monitor activity in a certain part of the brain.
840.They are told through the narrator’s thought, through an inner monologue, as opposed to dialogue or an objective description of events.
841.Moth happened to have a major advantage over most other insects.
842.Could we look for similar styles or motifs? You know, try to find things common to one time period.
843.This changed when the romantic movement spread throughout Europe in the mid-19th century.
844.You might even notice some reddish mud on some of the roots.
845.We usually have multiple copies for everything for each video collection.
846.We are looking at the impact of recent cases on property rights, municipal land use cases, owning disputes.
847.If a copy of a gene is a bit different from the original, that‘s called a genetic mutation.
848.At the very least we have to consider that it was more …it was more of a mutual thing.
849.Cooks started looking for new ways to improve the taste and spices were the answer, which brings us to mysterious origins and mythical status.
850.He suddenly changed the image or narration to remind us how different the animals are, how unlike humans.
851.Given the difference in density between the air in the nasal cavity and the seawater, we’dexpect those sounds to just kind of go bouncing around inside the dolphin’s head, which will do it no good at all.
852.They are not native to the Netherlands, or even Europe.
853.It drinks a lot of nectar from flowers and feeds on some insects.
854.Some cells, like nerve cells, only divide seven to nine times in their total life.
855.When they are born, croc…baby crocodiles have a sort of muffled cry while they are in their nest.
856.It was Turkish nomads who first discovered tulips and spread them slowly westward.
857.Thanks Professor Bronson, I was really happy to get it and a little surprised.I mean, there were so many other people nominated.
858.For the Europeans, tulips were totally unheard of.Er…a great novelty.
859.In that much shorter period of time, all the Olympic marmots, male and female, eat, play, work and nurture the young together.
860.Why do you suppose it happen? Because potatoes have the ability to provide abundant and extremely nutritious food crop.
861.Let me mention two objections Greeks made to Aristarchus‘s theory.
862.When it dries, it’s watertight.
863.When you start having financial obligations, rents, taxes, you have to keep track of how often you pay.
864.The building we are in now, the astronomy building not far from our observatory , has unshielded lights.
865.Deformation is more likely to occur the thicker the ice is, because of the gravity of the weight of the ice.
866.That‘s the octopus, one of the unusual creatures that live in the sea.
867.About six to eight weeks after birth, the offspring leave their mothers.
868.The glacier oozes downhill without any ice actually melting.
869.That might be one reason that opaque bottles haven’t really caught on.
870.Loutherbourg outdid himself however, with a show that he set up in his own home.
871.There is a half-man-half-bison creature and there is outline of human hands but no depiction of a full human.
872.It is more of an oval, it is elliptical.
873.We‘ve already talked about how that affects Earth‘s overall temperature.
874.Right, now I just have overheard some graduate students‘ talking，something about a party for Dean Adams.Retirement party.
875.Ok, at the risk of boring you, let me give you just an overview of Plato‘s ethical theory.
876.I‘m a little overwhelmed by the size of this place.
877.Solar energy is gathered through large glass panels facing the sun.
878.I mean, you wouldn‘t call it a tropical paradise or anything.
879.Today I want to talk about a paradox that ties in with the topic we discussed last time.
880.What that meant was that the sky could be partitioned , divided up.
881.Sometimes several chambers in fact, could only be entered from the outside through a narrow passageway.
882.We do also have more complex systems that are used for space heating and they fall into two categories, passive and active heating systems.
883.Painlevékind of patched the equipment together as he needed it.
884.Corporations pay less in taxes if they were patrons of the arts.
885.It‘s attempting a pattern in the spacing of the planets.
886.Did you complete all the forms for the payroll?
887.There’re several features peculiar to human language that have, for the most part, never been found in the communication system of any other species.
888.Well in the early 1900‘s, it was put on a plaque on the pedestal that the Statue of Liberty stands on.
889.These pedestrian malls are typically located in the downtown areas of the city.
890.There was a problem in processing some of the graduate students‘ payroll paperwork.
891.Unlike the harpsichord which came before it, the piano is a percussion instrument.
892.They were used as medicines to ward off diseases, and mixed into perfumes, incents.
893.The plants form a kind of colony, a community that will thrive or perish together.
894.Part of the limestone rock layer is permeated by water from below.
895.You need to get special permission to access them.
896.That water would be perpetually frozen.
897.Keeping this kind of character sketch can help you solidify your character‘s personality.
898.I like the fact that organic farms don‘t use chemical pesticides or anything that can pollute the soil or the water.
899.The phosphorus cycle has been studied a lot by ecologists.
900.I am sure you’ll need photocopiers.
901….and about how this requires photosynthesis when green plants or microbes convert sunlight into energy.
902.Since you’re trying to verify that’s a Rembrandt, the ingredients in the pigment would need to have been used during Rembrandt’s lifetime.
903.There are compelling reasons in favor of another Moon landing too, um…not the least of which is trying to pinpoint the Moon‘s age.
904.Many of the sound effects he pioneered are still in use today, like creating thunder by pulling on one of the corners of a thin copper sheet.
905.Here I need to warn you about a possible pitfall.
906.Let’s take the now extinct American cheetah, for instance.We believe it played a pivotal role in the evolution of the pronghorn antelope.
907.You know, planetary researchers love studying deep craters to learn about the impacts that created them.
908.In fact, some of these playwrights would start by writing the end of a play and work backwards toward the beginning.
909.Musical drama moved from the church to the plaza right outside the church.
910.Birch bark is pliable and very easy to bend.
911.You collect the solar energy at one location, and then you use pumps and fans to move heat from the collectors through a plumbing system to a tank.
912.That imaginary pole runs through the center of the earth.
913.This tough protective outer layer of the tree, this white bark, is waterproof.
914.We don‘t think about that as often as we think about light pollution.
915.The water backs up and creates like a pond that floods the nearby land.
916.We will also be talking about portable works of art.
917.All of these activities pose a real threat to the humming bird population.
918.I think this essay has the potential to be quite meaningful for all of you you as young people who probably wonder about things like truth and where your lives are going.
919.We‘ve already began to find some very interesting items like old bottles, buttons, pieces of clay pottery.
920.All communication systems serve a purpose, a pragmatic function of some sort.
921.It wasn’t until 1906 that a scholar came across the prayer book in a library.
922.Most of the precipitation in the Arctic is in the form of snow.
923.He talks about a ship‘s voyage and this is one of the most famous bits of the essay.
924.During the 1400s, when printing was being developed, paper became the predominant material for books in Europe.
925.A bird that‘s in the middle of a mating ritual, and suddenly it stops and preens.
926.We‘d expect animal species to have developed preferences for particular types of habitats.
927.Maybe you should do some preliminary research on that.
928.The ice of the base of the glacier is under a great deal of pressure.
929.After photography became regarded as an art form, portrait painting became less prestigious, less respected as an art form.
930.Geocentric theory continue to prevail in Western thought for almost 2,000 years, until the 17th century.
931.The size of the shrubs has increased and shrub cover has spread to what was previously shrub-free tundra.
932.Wasn‘t the primary objective of the Federal Art Project to provide jobs?
933.I’d like to look at some communication systems found in mammals, particularly in primates, such as orangutans, chimpanzees, gorillas.
934.We know fidelity is an essential principle of genetic transmission.
935.So you signed up for extended borrowing privileges?
936.To some degree, I value health both for itself and as a means to something else: productivity.
937.The first article I wrote, it was the profile of the chemistry professor.
938.Professor, I think I read somewhere that they used music to drown out the sound of the film projectors?
939.The price of pianos dropped to the point that a larger proportion of the population could afford to own them.
940.Tell you what, Lisa, write me up a short proposal for this project, how you‘re going to carry out the experiment and everything, a design plan.
941.No one really thinks that, say, a bee goes through weighing the pros and cons of pollinating this flower or that flower.
942.I think I told you that we ask prospective reporters to turn in some outlines for possible articles.
943.The researchers study the proteins in the venom genes of various species of colubrids.
944.It‘s arranged according to increasing atomic number, which is …the number of protons in each atom of an element.
945.What kinds of feelings were it meant to provoke?
946.I was actually thinking about revising some of my poems and sending them into places for publication.
947.It would be a shame if no one showed up because there wasn’t enough publicity.
948.Water ice could be melted and purified for drinking.
949.When we think of large monumental structures built by early societies, an Egyptian pyramid probably comes to mind.
950.Well Bill, we have several qualified applicants we‘re serious about.
951.There is a string quartet on campus, all students.
952.But rocks like quartz, well, quartz of optical quality weren‘t cheap.
953.What is true of a radioactive element?
954.Let‘s say our scientific analysis has produced an age range.
955.The teacher would rank the art of all the students in the class from best to worst.
956.For cost and rarity, spices aren‘t native to Europe and they had to be imported.
957.Very large animals have a slow rate of reproduction.
958.Of course the critiques‘ reaction made some people kind of curious about it.
959.Her style was a clear rebellion against ballet.
960.Most importantly, it shows that the development of the recall did not depend on language development.
961.First let‘s recap.
962.The water would subside, or recede, revealing a new layer of fertile black silt and allowing for the planting of various crops.
963.Modern dance evolved in the late nineteenth, early twentieth century, and in most cases, audiences were very receptive to this radical new type of performing art.
964.There are no photo receptors in the area where the nerve connects to the eye.
965.What if one ingredient to this planning recipe is missing?
966.The career fair is generally an opportunity for local businesses to recruit new employees.
967.Production techniques were refined in the 19th century.
968.No other crop grown in Northern Europe at the time had anything like the number of vitamins contained in potatoes.
969.For a full refund， store policy is that you have to return merchandise two weeks from the time it was purchased.
970.Listen to a conversation between a student and a receptionist at the Registrar‘s Office on the first day of the semester.
971.A lot of people think of earth‘s orbit around the sun as being perfectly circular, as smooth and as regular as, say, the way that hands move on a well-made watch.
972.Almost all animals have some way of regulating their body temperature.
973.We‘ve always had our rehearsals in the Lincoln Auditorium every day at 3 o‘clock.
974.Potatoes went through a similar sort of rejection process, especially when they were first introduced in Europe.
975.My colleague mentioned how the theory of relativity completely changed the field of physics.
976.The computer is usually pretty reliable.
977.It‘s relic from earlier times and it has survived all these years without much change.
978.Obviously we are reluctant to do that in some cases.
979.There is a Clovis site in a valley in southern California the remains of thirteen mammoths were found.
980.They took classical theater and reproduced it in the Renaissance‘s time.
981.Children don‘t have a way to represent things that aren‘t right in front of them.
982.Once a popular explanation was that childhood memories are always repressed.
983.An adaptation is any feature, um…physical or behavioral feature of a species that helps it survive and reproduce.
984.Most students fulfill their science requirements the first year.
985.Plants in these colonies also need tough resilient stems above the soil.
986.I‘m talking about how they get resistance genes from other cells in their environment.
987.Respire …respiration …they breathe.
988.He didn‘t let the conventional thinking of his day restrain his ideas.
989.As a youngster, she may have found it too restrictive, uh, not creative enough.
990.In the last 15 years or so, many American cities have had difficulties in maintaining a successful retail environment.
991.I think the paper should publish a retraction.
992.It‘s not necessarily a species in retreat.
993.Some people‘s information couldn‘t be retrieved.
994.They are purely imaginative and so quite revealing, I think anyway, about the culture.
995.I‘m supposed to do a literature review for my psychology course.
996.You‘ll have to revise the introduction too, to accurately describe what you do in the body of the paper.
997.This was also the time of the industrial revolution.
998.French said operas auto-reflect the rhythm and cadence of dramatic literature.
999.The bones found in the graves show a layer of soot on the inside of the ribs.
1000.They’re a type of rodent who burrows in the ground and the grasslands of the western United States and Mexico.
1001.When you just leave them to rot, and don‘t allow other trees to grow, you end up with a lot more carbon in the form of carbon dioxide getting into the atmosphere..
1002.Precession basically is the change in the direction of Earth‘s axis of rotation.
1003.Screen dance is very different.It‘s a dance routine you will be choreographing specifically to be viewed on a screen, on a computer screen, a TV screen, in a movie theater, any screen.
1004.The other might mention a rumor about a mysterious a gentleman who just moved into the town with his beautiful daughter.
1005.Once this pan formed, further runoff collected, and formed a lake.
1006.He‘s a skilled fighter, willing to face the most extreme dangers, sacrificial.
1007.It is kind of like the same way a satellite dish receives its signal, if you are familiar with that.
1008.Opera was no longer about teaching religion as it was about satire and about expressing the ideas of society or government without committing yourself to writing and risking imprisonmentor persecution, or what have you.
1009.Saturn is about 10 astronomical units from the Sun.
1010.What about all those Italian tomato sauces, Hungarian goulash or my favorite, French fries– those yummy fried potatoes?
1011.Bashkirtseff actually follow Julian savvy suggestion and painted her fellow students in a class at the school with the artist herself at the far right.
1012.Is it large scale market research safer — getting data on a lot of people?
1013.It seems the mixture of hunting and climate change is a likely scenario.
1014.We‘re asking for three or four hours per week, depending on your schedule.
1015.In the 18th century, scholars who have studied the ancient languages, Sanskrit, Latin and Greek noticed that these three languages had many similarities.
1016.Original scores weren‘t common then.
1017.Archimedes’ writings were originally done on papyrus scrolls.
1018.Today we‘ll continue our examination of ancient Roman sculpture.
1019.Today I wanna talk about the importance of stars for early seafarers.
1020.The bark was stretched over frames made from tree branches, stitched together and sealed with resin.
1021.During those years， several things happened primarily linguistic or thematic and both involving secularization.
1022.I really learned a lot from you lecture, the one about analyzing all those different segments of the population.
1023.Selective adaptations over time are one thing.
1024.Shrub expansion has occurred in other environments, like semiarid grassland, and tall grass prairies.
1025.Besides, in powerful windstorms, sensitive camera equipment would be destroyed.
1026.Certain sequences of DNA that help to determine how the cells of the body will develop.
1027.In our intro class, you are reviewing the basics, like plots, setting and character and getting your first real exposure to different literary styles.
1028.I wanted to get my academic work settled before pursuing my music here.
1029.States appear in certain environmental settings, settings which have a severe population problem or a shortage of agricultural land.
1030.Have you ever heard the one about alligators living in New York sewers?
1031.If you hit it with hammer, it will shatter like glass.
1032.As the days get shorter , that is, as the Sun is up for a shorter and shorter time each day, the snowshoe hare starts growing white fur and shedding its brown fur .
1033.Was it for their religion, magic or sheer beauty?
1034.Beavers peel off the bark to eat and they also use the branches for building their shelters.
1035.Consider humans as part of these ecosystems, you’ve probably heard about water shortages.
1036.If the muscles are relaxed, the sack shrinks, and all you see is a little white point.
1037.It will make a loud distress call, which its siblings answer.
1038.If we can read that signature, we can identify the element.
1039.Was it supposed to have religious or magical significance?
1040.He wrote a computer program to simulate what would happen to mammoth under certain conditions.
1041.Since cold air sinks, and these spots are shaded, they are usually much cooler than the surrounding area.
1042.That long skeletal structure suggests that it was aquatic.
1043.When Milankovitch first proposed this theory in the 1920s, many of his colleagues were skeptical.
1044.They often had small biographical sketches added to their poems.
1045.You can imagine that there was some interest in why the 2.8 spot in the pattern was skipped.
1046.A few years back in Pakistan, they found a skull of a wolf-like creature.
1047.It allows the glacier to slide or slip over the bedrock.
1048.When there is the occasional rain, the clay ground becomes extremely slippery.
1049.You just add your name and phone number to this list and check a time slot, although it looks like the only times left are next Monday morning and Thursday evening.
1050.We usually serve lunch or snacks depending on what time the talk is.
1051.The plant is able to withstand great pressure before snapping.
1052.The flat character is introduced solely for the purpose of allowing the round character toshow off.
1053.We knew that it was formed from sandstone that solidified somewhere between 150 and 300 million years ago.
1054.They ended up with a layer of black soot on them, and so did people‘s lungs.
1055.The artists were highly skilled at using, or even enhancing, the natural shape of the cavewalls to give depth and perspectives to their drawings, the sense of motion and vitality in these animals.
1056.Ok, but even after that, someone still had to play the music for the sound recordings, the soundtracks.
1057.It‘s very specialized in terms of the habitat.
1058.You know the theory that Earth‘s continents were once joined together and only split apart relatively recently?
1059.It‘s commonly said that Medieval Europeans wanted spices to cover up the taste of spoiled meat.
1060.Think of wetlands as, Umm, like a giant sponge.
1061.The study is sponsored by a TV network.
1062.There is enough there to squeeze or infer some facts about their social class.
1063.Steel cables degrade very, very quickly in contact with salt water.
1064.The steep angle helps keep off all that rain and snow that accumulates in the winter.
1065.Don‘t make your character into a stereotype.
1066.I was talking about an issue in strategic marketing.
1067.Stratigraphy is used for dating portable art.
1068.When archaeologists are digging at a site, they make very careful notes about which stratum, which layer of earth they find things in.
1069.Some of the most priced tulips were white with purple streaks.
1070.Since the northeastern region of North American is interconnected by many streams and waterways, water transportation by vessels like a canoe was most essential.
1071.When an underwater volcano pushes submerged rock to the surface, a new island is created.
1072.I know announcements have be submitted three business days ahead of the posting day.
1073.The idea was that there be a federal subsidy…um…uh…financial assistance to artists and artistic or cultural institutions.
1074.Before the Europeans made contact with the Americas, they subsist mainly on grains.
1075.Of course, computer simulations are not a substitute for hard evidence.
1076.The level of sulfur dioxide gas above Venus’s clouds shows large and very frequent fluctuations.
1077.We are going to start a study of sunspots today, and I think you‘ll find it rather interesting.
1078.There‘s a lot of pressure to become something you‘re not, and people often surrender to that pressure.
1079.In these rural areas, people depended on each other for survival.
1080.These areas, the new areas the farmers moved to, used to be warm and unlikely to freeze, however, recently the area has become susceptible to freezes.
1081.The general definition of sustainable is will there be enough to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of the future to have the ability—to have the same resources.
1082.That water is a lot cleaner than swiftly flowing water.
1083.Anyway the syllabus was way too ambitious in my opinion.
1084.The people there were able to divide the sky into symmetrical boxes.
1085.Another name for Romance Poetry that‘s often synonym with it is troubadour poetry.
1086.I have colleagues who insist it’s a temple, maybe, or a tomb …but they can’t deny that it was also used as a calendar.
1087.Because of this, elements like place and time can no longer be tailored to suit a particular audience.
1088.The sun basically provides Earth with that virtually unlimited source of energy every day, but the problem has always been how do we tap this source of energy.
1089.Here on Earth, moving tectonic plates are a major geological element.
1090.Roughly six weeks after birth, Eastern marmots are just old enough to take their chances of surviving in the temperate environment.
1091.The term is actually short for a longer French phrase that translates to a…huh…songs of deeds.
1092.They end up looking almost indistinguishable from common terrestrial rocks.
1093.This is a vicious violation of unity of command, isn‘t it?
1094.When the Louisville mall was built, it has lots of visual appeal.
1095.I will have to start writing my thesis.
1096.The ocean tide comes in and out, constantly flooding the marsh.
1097.OK, I guess what I am really confused about is how the topography of the land, the mountains and valleys and stuff, affects precipitation.
1098.Each time you‘d have to bring along torches to light your way.
1099.Actually I‘ve been considering offering extra credit for class because I‘ve been having a tough time getting volunteers.
1100.In fact, they ended up using two different calendars, one to keep track of the natural world,or their agriculture concerns, and another one, that was used to keep track of the business functions of the Kingdom.
1101.They leave long trails behind them, tracks you might say as they move from one point to another.
1102.We base them on real people, or we blend several people‘s traits, their attributes into one character.
1103.Farmers had to transform the wetlands into lands suitable for farming.
1104.You know, one of the challenges for people who study theater is to find a way of talking about something that ‘s really so transient.
1105.Today I thought I‘d mention a biological event that‘s a part of the transition from winter to spring.
1106.If you look at her work, we are talking in the vicinity of three thousand paintings.
1107.High thin clouds are very transparent to solar radiation like clear air.
1108.When all the data were entered, an overall cooling trend was predicted by the model.
1109.There are four levels in total: bands, tribes, chiefdoms and states.
1110.Tulips? You mean like the flower?
1111.There are wide passages, narrow ones at all different depths, like underground tunnels in the limestone.
1112.The hare actually has abundant food in the small twigs it finds.
1113.Everyone will agree, he argues, that happiness is the ultimate end – to be valued for itself and really only for itself.
1114.Ultrasound is used by many animals that detect preys and some of them send out very high frequency sounds.
1115.We have tended to underestimate just how sophisticated the abilities of animals that use ultrasound are.
1116.These were eventually published as fairytales, but not before undergoing a process of evolution.415新浪微卐:払老丕
1117.That‘s an understatement.
1118.We want to maintain the functional organization, so we can maintain uniformity and technology transfer.
1119.I guess they must have the updated name.
1120.If you are talking about radiation, like in the element uranium, yeah, that‘s dangerous.
1121.It made it useful for making things like cooking containers, a variety of utensils.
1122.Right now the utility companies are interested in increasing the capacity of the CremerJunction Plant, but only time will tell if it will ever develop into a major source of power for that region.
1123.Whatever it was, it was worth it to them to spend hours deep inside a cave with just a torch between them and utter darkness.
1124.The background behind the woman is pretty vague.
1125.It seems these are valid criticisms of the environmental approach.
1126.You need enough atmospheric pressure, thick enough air so that the water doesn‘t instantly vaporize.
1127.Just set up, you know, what was your purpose of what you were doing — to try to understand the climate variability of this area, and what you did.
1128.We’d expect to find fossils from a variety of animals.
1129.If you could modify the velocity of the sound wave, make it precisely match the speed at which sound travels through water.
1130.What separates colubrids from other snakes we‘ve been classifying as venomous, is not the lack of venom, but the lack of an effective way to deliver the venom into its prey.
1131.Hydrothermal vents are cracks in the Earth ‘ s surface that occur, well, the ones we are talking about here are found deep at the bottom of the ocean.
1132.It is very sensitive to vibrations, to sound energy traveling through the seawater.
1133.The vast majority of the population used their own regional vernacular in all aspects to their lives.
1134.Well, she is really versatile.
1135.If it‘s sitting on a vertical branch, it‘ll groom its breast feathers.