「例14」There is a mix of confrontation and cooperation between them.
「例15」He died， and was survived by wife and three children.
「例16」Law enforcement cannot responsibly stand aloof.
「例17」Evidently he had the first quality of an angler， which is not to measure the pleasure by the catch.
「例18」Nothing out of its place is good， nothing in its place is bad.
「例19」Happiness is like manna； it is to be gathered and enjoyed every day.
「例20」This was one of the secrets of his great popularity， but it was a popularity which was as unsettled as the waves. It swelled， and bubbled， and foamed for a while， only to recede， and be lost to its former possessor.
「例21」A thief is a thief.
「例22」There was no snow， the leaves were gone， the grass was dead.
「例23」Human affairs are all subject to changes and disasters.
「例24」It was a day as fresh as grass growing up and clouds going over and butterflies coming down can make it. It was a day compounded from silences of bee and flower and ocean and land， which were not silences at all， but motions， stirs， flutters， risings， fallings， each in its own time and matchless rhythm.
1.He who idles away the time is nothing but a living death.
2.No greater misfortune befalls a country than to be governed by a tyrant.
3.He had a disconcerting habit of expressing contradictory ideas in rapid succession.
4.The expectation of collision informed British frontier policy in this period.
5.Every day now， the suppression of truth and the organizing of public ignorance shame journalism.
6.I walked to the ticket counter. When the ticket-seller saw me， her otherwise attractive face turned sour， violently so.
7.Accident may put a decisive blunderer in the right， but eternal defeat and miscarriage must attend the man of the best parts， if cursed with indecision.
8.In their rush， these companies have neglected the hardest part of doing business in China： the people part. The result is that many have jeopardized their performance in the long run.
Water problems in the future will become more intense and more complex. Our increasing population will tremendously increase urban wastes， primarily sewage. On the other hand， increasing demands for water will decrease substantially the amount of water available for diluting wastes. Rapidly expanding industries which involve more and more complex chemical processes will produce larger volumes of liquid wastes， and many of these will contain chemicals which are noxious. To feed our rapidly expanding population， agriculture will have to be intensified. This will involve ever-increasing quantities of agricultural chemicals. From this， it is apparent that drastic steps must be taken immediately to develop corrective measures for the pollution problem.
There are two ways by which the pollution problem can be dwindled. The first relates to the treatment of wastes to decrease their pollution hazard. This involves the processing of solid wastes “prior to” disposal and the treatment of liquid wastes， or effluents， to permit the reuse of the water or minimize pollution upon final disposal.
A second approach is to develop an economic use for all or a part of the wastes. Farm manure is spread in fields as a nutrient or organic supplement. Effluents from sewage disposal plants are used in some areas both for irrigation and for the nutrients contained. Effluents from other processing plants may also be used as a supplemental source of water. Many industries， such as meat and poultry processing plants， are currently converting former waste products into marketable byproducts. Other industries are exploring potential economic uses for their waste products. （256 words）