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糖尿病は薬なしで治せる

UK Prospective Diabetes Study Group, Effect of intensive blood-glucose control with metformin on complications in overweight patients with type 2 diabetes (UKPD34) Lancet 352 【 854 ー 865 , 1998 赤沼安夫・野田光彦 ( 編 ) 「糖尿病 2005 』 ( からだの科学増刊 ) 日本臨床二〇〇四 166

アメリカの中学教科書で英語を学ぶ

0 、 Vhat is History? History What dO we mean by history? History is the study of things that h 叩 pened in the past. History can be very re$ent, or it can extend back tO the earliest times 仕 om which any sort 0f records can be obtained. History cannot be understood properly by the study 0f a single event. lt is necessary t0 understand the culture 0f the people among whom the event t00k place, and that 0f any other countries that could have affected the event. An understanding Of history can only be obtained by piesing together knowledge 仕 om a whole range of sources t0 provide a br0Åå picture. ( 歴史はひとつの出来事 では理解できないというのがポイントかな ) をしいなノ 宿自・ー HOW dO we know about the past? Our knowledge 0f the past comes 仕 om a wide range 0f sources 0f information. Somet1mes historians record their own verslon Of recent history. Other information is obtained 仕 om matenalåhat was written down and containe passing references tO people and events. A tablet recording the taxes levied on an ancient civilization in the Middle East, for example, can tell us what crops were grown and the 20

英文法のコツ

チャレンジ問題の答えと解説 ①ー practiced more than any athlete. 「他の誰よリも・・・」には… thanany + 名詞を使います。特定の名詞でなければ anyone でもかまいません。ちなみに「他のなによりも ~ 」は… than anything です ②ー can run much faster than my older sister. このように一般動詞を使った比較では副詞が比較対象になリます。問 1 では more という副詞でしたね。「 ~ よリ断然」のような比較の強調にはこの問題にあるように much + 比較級を使いましよう。 0 The population of China is ten times as large as that of Japan. 倍数表現は ~ times as + 原級 + as を使います。補足ですが、英語では「中国の人口」 のあとに「日本の人口」といったように同じ名詞が出る場合は that という代名詞を 使います。 0 The size of Montana is about as big as that of Japan. 同程度の比較には as + 原級 + as を使います。ここでも重複を避けるため「日本の 面積」は thatofJapan としています。ちなみにモンタナ州とはアメリカで 4 番めに 大きい州です。アメリカ全体の面積はなんと日本の 25 倍です ! 0 He didn't study as much as me, but he passed the exam. 「 ~ ほど ~ でない」は not … as + 原級 + as を使いましよう。二番目の as のあとは ロ語では me でもかまいませんが、文中やフォーマルな言い方では He didn't study as much asl did. または He didn't study as much as l. のように主格を入れます。 ① Lisa is taller than Susan. ② Jupiter is the biggest of all the planets. 3 James spoke as loudly as any contestant. ④ J0hn cannot cook as well as Mary. 3 My brother has twice as much money as me. 52

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T H E M A N W H 0 S H 0 T S N A P P I N G T U RT L E S 265 study. With his highly developed awareness, he had known at once What 、 coming. This study, wh1Ch Clarence had never seen, as he went rarely t0 Stryker's house, was a disorderly and darkish place. lt was charactenstic 0f Stryker that his desk should seem lit- tered and neglected, as ifhe were not really ⅲ touch with his af- fairs; and there was dust on the b00ks ⅲ his bookcase, drably bound and unappetrzmg volumes on zoölogical and chemical subjects. Though it was daytime, the yellow-brown shades were pulled three-quarters down. On the desk and on t0P ofthe bookcase stood a number of handsome stuffed ducks that Stryker had wished t0 preserve. Stryker sat down at the desk and offered Clarence a ciga- rette. lnstead Of protesting at once that Clarence's demands 、 vere lmpossible, as he had done on previous occasions, he lis- tened with amiable patience. "l'm gomg t0 go int0 the wh01e problem and put things on a different basis as soon as business slackens up ⅲ the spring. SO l'd rather you'dwait ⅱⅡ then, ifyou don't mind. We had a hard time filling the orders even before this strike began, and now I can hardly get the work done at all. They beat up two ofmy men yesterday, and they're threatening t0 make a raid on the ね ct0 . l've had t0 have the whole place guarded. " (The breeding ponds and the factory, which were sit- uated half a mile away, had been enclosed by a wire fence. ) Clarence had forgotten the strike, and he realized that he んイ perhaps come at a rather mopportune time. 当 can't attend tO a reorgamzation," Stryker went on tO explain—'fivhich is what we've got t0 have at this point—till 0 町 labor troubles are set- tled and things have slowed up a bit. There ought t0 be more this business for both 0f ” he concluded, with a business- man's smile, "and I won't forget your co-operatlve attitude when we make a new arrangement ⅲ the spnng ・ The tension was thus relaxed, and Stryker went on tO ad- dress Clarence with something like friendly concern. "Why don't you have yourself a vacation?" he suggested. "l've no- ticed you werelooking run-down. Why don't you go South for the winter? GO to Florida or someplace like that. lt must be tough for a Southerner like you t0 spend this nasty part 0f the

アジア・アフリカの稲作

第 I 部アジア・アフリカの中のイネと稲作 化 , 23 : 1-42. Horie T. ら ( 2003 ) Physiological traits associated with high yield potential ⅲ rice. ln: Mew T. W. et al., (eds. ) Rice Science : lnnovations and lmpact for Livelihood. IRRI, Los Banos, pp. 117-145. 堀江武ら ( 2003 ) アジア広域環境下におけるイネの生育・収量形成の遺伝子型・環境相互 作用の解析 1. 日本作物学会紀事 , 72 別号 2 : 88-89. Bouman B. A. M. ( 2001 ) Water efficient management strategies ⅲ rice production. IRRI Research Notes, 16 : 17-22. Mercado BL ( 1979 ) lntroduction 0f Weed Science. Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research ⅲ Agriculture. Laguna, Philippines. p. 292. Ying J. Y. ら ( 1998 ) Comparison 0f high-yield rice in tropical and subtropical environments I. Determinants of grain and dry matter yields. Field Crops Res. , 57 : 71-84. 渡部忠世 ( 1977 ) 稲の道 . 日本放送出版協会 . p. 226. 渡部忠世 ( 1983 ) アジア稲作の系譜 . 法政大学出版局 , pp. 60. 4 〇

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302 S T E P H E N V I N C E N T B E N T nothing SO stimulating, though I must question Gaston about him 、 Oc ねわ〃 . ... But Gaston could tell me little, except that my acquaintance comes 仕 om Sardinia or some such island originally, has served ⅲ the French army and is popularly supposed to possess the evil eye.About Madame he hinted that he could tell me a great deal, but I did not labor the point. After all, if my friend has been c-ck-ld-d—do not blush, my dear sister!—that, t00 , is the portion 0fa philosopher, and I find his wide range ofconversa- tion much more palatable than Mrs. Macgregor Jenkins ' re- warmed London gossip. Nor has he tried to borrow money 仕 om me yet, something which, I am frank to say, I expected and was prepared tO refuse. ル 0 襯わ催 2 併ん .. Triumph! My character is found—and a character of the first water, I assure yo 可 I have dined with him in his house, and a very bad dinner it was. Madame is not a good housekeeper, whatever else she may be. And what she has been, one can see at a glance—she has all the little faded coquetries 0f the garri- son coquette. Good-tempered, Of course, as such 、 vomen Often are , and must have been pretty in her best days, though with shocking bad teeth. I suspect her 0f a touch 0f the tarbrush, though there I may be wrong. NO doubt she caught my friend young—l have seen the same thing h 叩 pen ⅲ lndia 0ften enough—the experienced woman and the youngster fresh om England. Well, 'tis an 01d story—an 01d one with him, t00 ー and no doubt Madame has her charms, though she .is obviously one reason 、 Mhy he has not nsen. After dinner, Madame departed, not very willingly, and he t00k me int0 his study for a chat. He had even procured a b0t- tle of po れ , saying he knew the Englishman 's taste for it, and while it was hardly the right Cockburn, I lt touched by the at- tention. The man is desperately lonely—one reads that in his big eyes. He is also desperately proud, with the quick, touchy

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I V Y D AY I N T H E C O M M I T T E E RO 0 M 'Bye, Joe. ” 327 Mr. Henchy waited a few moments and then nodded ⅲ the direction Of the door. "Tell me," he said across the fire, "what bnngs our friend ⅲ here? What does he want? ” ・。 'Usha, poor Joe!" said Mr. O'Connor, throwing the end of h1S cigarette into the fire, "he's hard up, like the rest 0fus. " Mr. Henchy snumed vigorously and spat so copiously that he nearly put out the fire, which uttered a hissing protest. "To tell you my private and candid opimon," he said, "I think he's a man om the other camp. He's a spy 0fC01gan's, if you ask me. Just go round and try and find out how they're get- ting on. They won't suspect you. DO you twig?" "Ah, poor Joe is a decent skin," said Mr,. O'Connor. "His father was a decent, respectable man," Mr. Henchy ad- mitted. "Poor 01d Larry Hynes! Many a good turn he did in his day! But l'm greatly afraid our friend is not nineteen carat. Damn it, I can understand a Ⅱ ow being hard up, but what I can't understand is a Ⅱ ow sponging. Couldn't he have some spark ofmanhood about him?" "He doesn't get a warm welcome 丘 om me when he comes, said the 01d man. "Let him work for his own side and not come spymg around here. " "I don't 0 " said Mr. O'Connor dubiously, as he t00k out cigarette-papers and tobacco. 当 think Joe Hynes is a straight man. He's a clever chap, t00 , with the pen. DO you remember that thmg he wrote... ? " "Some of these hillsiders and fenians are a bit t00 clever if you ask me," said Mr. Henchy. "DO you know wha! my private and candid op ⅲ 10n is about some Of those little jokers? I be- lieve halfofthem are ⅲ the pay ofthe Castle. " "There's no ow ⅲ g , ” said the 01d man. "O, but I know it for a fact," said Mr. Henchy. "They're .. I don't say Hynes.... NO, damn it, I think he's Castle hacks. a stroke above that... But there's a certain ⅱれ厄 nobleman with a cock-eye—you know the patnot l'm alluding to?" Mr. 0 ℃ onnor nodded. "There's a lineal descendant ofMaJor Sirr for you ifyou like!

糖尿病は薬なしで治せる

参考文献 二宮陸雄『インスリン物語』医歯薬出版二〇〇一一 佐藤達夫『これが糖血病だ ! 』女子栄養大出版二〇〇一 日本糖尿病協会 ( 編 ) 『集まれ糖尿病ライフ・一〇〇人の悲喜こもごも』医歯薬出版二〇〇一一 厚生労働省「糖尿病実態調査報告書」 ht www.mh 一 w. g 。 .j 望 sh 一 ng 二 20037087S0806 ・ 4 , htm 一 Salmeron J, Manson JE, Stampfer MJ, Colditz GA, Wing AL, Willett WC. Dietary fiber, glycemic load, and risk 0f non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus in women. JAMA 199 ご 277 ( 6 ) 】 472 ー 7. Meyer KA, Kushi LH, Jacobs DR, Slavin J, Sellers TA, Folsom AR. Carb0hydrates, dietary fiber, and incident type 2 diabetes in older women. Am J Clin Nutr 200 を 71 【 921 ー 30. Salmeron J, Ascherio A, Rimm EB, Colditz GA, Spiegelman D, Jenkins DJ, et al. Dietary fiber, glycemic load, and risk of NIDDM in men. Diabetes Care 199 ご 20 ( 4 ) し 45 ー 50. Foster-Powell K, MiIIer JB. lnternational tables of glycemic index. Am J Clin Nutr 199 62 【 871S ー 93S. 佐々木敏「 G 一 ycem 一 c 一 ndex の低い食品は血糖のコントロールに有効か」ジャーナル 2000 ( 5 ) し 80 近藤誠「糖尿病のレッテルを貼られた人へ」文芸春秋七、三四六、二〇〇一 献 文 UK Prospective Diabetes Study Group, lntensive blood-glucose control with sulphonylurea or insulin 考 compared with conventional treatment and risk Of complications in patients with type 2 diabetes 参 (UKPDS33), Lancet 352 湯 37 ー 853 , 1998 165

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CaII - decision That is a good call. ( それはよい決断だね ) tO get Carded - to have your ID checked Catch you later Talk to you later; I 'm busy. 「あとでね」 Cheesy - che 叩 We met at some cheesy bar at Carbondale. * なんで中学生なのにバー ? ( 僕らはカーボンデー丿レのあるみすほ、らしいバーで出会った ) Chicken - coward 「臆病者」 家の前に鶏の死骸をぶら下げて「臆病者」と嫌がらせをする有名な場面、ジ ェームズ・ディーンの映画「理由なき反抗」で出てきましたね。 ( 古ーい ! ) Chop chop - hurry up C00 い calm keep C00 い to stay calm ( 落ち着いている ) Cops - police Robocops ( ロボコップ ) 、なら知ってるでしよ Couch potato lazy, good-for-nothing 「カウチ ( 長いす ) に寝転がって、ボテトチップなどを食べながらゴロゴロ」、 わたくし的には、勝手に語呂を変えて「カウチッポ」と呼んでいます。 Cram - study hard for a test 「 ( 知識を ) 詰め込む」から「受験塾」 Cram school と言います Cream - to beat 336

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第Ⅱ部粗放段階の稲作 Laos. Plant and Soil. 284 : 175-184. Saito K. ら ( 2006b ) Farmers' knowledge of soils in relation to cropping practices: A case study Of farmers in upland rice based slash-and-burn systems of northern Laos. Geoderm a 136 : 64-74. Saito K. ら ( 2006C ) S な / os 励 g 〃〃 s な as a short-term fallow crop for improving upland rice productivity in northern Laos. Field Crops Res. , 96 : 438-447. Saito K. ら ( 2006d ) Response of traditional and improved upland rice cultivars to N and P fertilizer in northern Laos. Field Crops Res. , 96 : 216-223. Saito K. ら ( 2007 ) Performance of traditional and improved upland rice cultivars under non-fertilized and fertilized conditions in northern Laos. Crop Science 47 : 2473-2481. Saito K. ら ( 2008 ) PIanted legume fallows reduce weeds and increase soil N and P contents but not upland rice yields. Agroforestry Systems 74 : 63-72. Saito K. ら ( 2009 ) 召川 z 岱 s の尾〃〃カゆザげ〃 (paper mulberry): its growth, yield and potential as a fallow crop in slash-and-burn upland rice system Of northern Laos. Agroforestry Systems 76 : 525-532. 102