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the ashen light that precedes dawn. Saphira had landed in the hol-
low where they were now, and they had slept through most of the
past day before beginning their reconnaissance.

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TalkAsia Interview with Controversial Publishing Mogul
Jimmy Lai


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by Justin Scheck
 Breaking from other technology chiefs who
have recently expressed optimism, Hewlett-

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  • 2009-05-21
  • 中國時報
  • 【本報訊】

     “There has got to be transparency, there has got to be proper audit.”--Gordon Brown

     「(作業)必須透明,也要有適當的稽核。」

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by Nick Wingfield


 Microsoft Copr. is developing a new videocam-

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  • 2009-05-17 
  • 中國時報 
  • 【本報訊】

     ”Britain trades on a mythical reputation of democracy. The more you dig into the reality, the less you believe that myth.”--Heather Brooke

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by Yochi J. Dreazen

 The U.S. government is struggling to keep pace with the growing number of

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 Afterward, Nasuada had said, "We are trusting your judgment in
this, Eragon, Saphira. For your sake and ours, I hope this expedition
goes well." Her tone left Eragon uncertain whether her words repre-

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 The details of Saphira's remarks were complex, but the underly-
ing structure of the presentation was straight forward. Saphira sup-
ported Eragon because she understood how much the proposed

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  • 2009-05-10 
  • 中國時報 
  • 【本報訊】

  

   “This is a really good man who really did a very, very bad thing, but if you take that piece out, I do have a perfect marriage.”--Elizabeth Edwards

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同性婚姻合法化
  • 2009-05-08
  • 中國時報
  • 【本報訊】

      “I have come to believe that this is a question of fairness and of equal protection under the law, and that a civil union is not equal to civil marriage.”--John Baldacci

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  Eragon blinked, disoriented as the noise and fury of battle faded and the pleasant aroma of juniper wood replaced the stench of blood. He ran his tongue over his upper teeth, trying to eradicate the taste of bile that filled his mouth.
  Murtagh.
  The name alone generated a welter of confused emotions in Eragon. On one had, he liked Murtagh. Murtagh had saved Eragon and Saphira from the Ra'zac after their first, ill-fated visit to Dras-Leona; risked his life to help extricate Eragon from Gil'ead; acquitted himself honorably in the Battle of Farthen Dur; and, despite the torments he no doubt endured as a result, had chosen to interpret his orders from Galbatorix in a way that allowed him to release Eragon and Saphira after the Battle of the Burning Plains instead of taking them captive. It was not Murtagh's fault that the Twins had abducted him; that the red dragon, Thorn, had hatched for him; or that Galbatorix had discovered their true names, with which he extracted oaths of fealty in the ancient language from both Murtagh and Thorn.

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時人時語

  • 2009-05-05
  • 中國時報
  • 【本報訊】

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AROUND THE CAMPFIRE
  The low mound of coals throbbed like the heart of some giant beast. Occasionally, a patch of gold sparks flared into existence and raced across the surface of the wood before vanishing into a white-hot crevice.
  The dying remnants of the fire Eragon and Roran had built cast a dim red light over the surrounding area, revealing a patch of rocky soil, a few pewter-gray bushes, the indistinct mass of a juniper tree farther off, then nothing.

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