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黑龙江省哈尔滨市第六人民医院妇科医生甘南县妇科检查费用尚志妇幼保健妇保医院图片 A Boy, A Dog, A Frog and A Friend1 One day a boy went fishing with his dog and his frog.He sat by the side of a pond and patiently waited for a fish to bite.2 All of a sudden he felt a bite!3 It had to be a big fish because it bent the pole and started to pull the boy into the water. 4 The fish was so strong it yanked the boy and his pole right into the pond. The dog and frog jumped in after the boy. 5-6 Well, it turned out it wasn’t a fish at all. It was a turtle! The turtle swam across the pond with the boy’s fishing pole and began to walk away with it. When the boy saw what was happening, he yelled at the turtle. “You come back here with my fishing pole!”7 The dog swam over to the turtle and started to bark and paw at him. 8 While the dog distracted the turtle, the boy took back his fishing pole. The turtle didn’t like the dog barking at him so he bit the dog’s paw.9 The boy tried to help his dog by pulling him away from the turtle, but the turtle wouldn’t let go.10 The boy put the dog over his shoulder and started to walk back across the pond. The stubborn turtle still wouldn’t let go of the poor dog’s paw.11 Finally, when they were in the middle of the pond, the turtle couldn’t hold on any longer and he fell into the water.12 The boy carried the dog out of the pond and the frog climbed out too. The boy was happy the turtle was gone. So was the dog who licked his sore paw.13 The frog and the dog waited for the boy while he packed up his fishing gear. The dog’s paw was still sore so he licked it some more while his tail dangled in the water.14 Oh no! The turtle snuck up on the dog and grabbed his tail.15 The turtle yanked the dog right into the water! The dog struggled to stay afloat. The boy didn’t know what to do.16 While the boy started to take his clothes off, the frog jumped toward the water as hard as he could. The turtle pulled the dog farther and farther under the water.17 The boy hurried to take off his clothes. The frog dove in the water but the dog was now all the way under.18 The boy was almost undressed when he saw the dog come swimming back to shore.19 The dog was wet and weary from his underwater struggle. The frog looked under the water for the turtle.20 They were all shocked to see the turtle floating on his back. The turtle had died! 21 The boy used a stick to pull the turtle out of the water.22 The boy and the frog became angry at the dog. They thought he had drowned the turtle.23 The boy held the turtle in his arms and sadly they all left the pond. 24 The boy laid the turtle on the ground and started to dig a hole in which to bury him.25 While the boy was busy digging the hole, the frog noticed that the turtle has his eyes open.26 The dog saw the turtle too. The turtle was not dead after all! In fact, he was heading straight for the boy’s fishing pole – again!27 The turtle picked up the fishing pole and brought it to them. He wanted to be their friend. 28 The boy picked up the turtle and raised him in the air. They were all very happy.29 So off they went with their new friend.201110/156296But not everybody is a fan of Apples growing influence on the music world. iTunes almost single-handedly wiped out traditional music stores. Tower records declares bankruptcy. The national music chains and plus. There have been some holdouts to iTunes. I can understand their point. Why is my song worth the same as some, you know, Bavarian folk tune, right? Its not. This is pop music. Im Kid Rock.但是并不是所有人都对苹果的音乐世界着迷。iTunes几乎独自就摧毁了传统音乐商店。Tower制片宣告破产。全国音乐链其他音乐载体持续低迷。已经有部分歌曲转战到了iTunes。我能理解他们的观点。为什么我的歌就同样有价值,你知道,巴伐利亚民俗歌曲,是吗?不是的。这是流行音乐。我只是一个摇滚男孩。But the music industry is no match for Steve Jobs. Now defining itself as more than any single product, Apple drops the word ;computer; from its official corporate name.但音乐行业似乎对史蒂夫;乔布斯不太适合。现在的定义让苹果不只成为了任意一种单一产品,苹果一词在它的官方含义中就是代表;计算机;。You just look at your Apple product, a little bit more than you would look at something else. You dont sit there with you remote control at home and just like ogle it and sort of just mentally feel it up. But you do with Apple products and you did with the iPod.看看你的苹果产品,肯定会稍微比别的东西不一样。你无需坐在那里用家里的遥控器控制,只要感觉,感受,感触它即可。只要你用过苹果产品,以后就会坚定不移的一直使用下去。词语解释:1. traditional a. 传统的2. folk a. 民间的,民俗的3. industry n. 工业,产业162922五常市人民医院在那儿

依安县做人流费用Victoria's Secret: Too Sexy?CEO says the company has gotten away from its "heritage."It's the eye-popping brand that's made billions, selling sexy. Victoria's Secret's provocative shows are a must-see and its supermodels have made the hot catalog a must-. But has it gone too far? "Do you think it's actually possible that Victoria's Secret is too sexy?" "Who wear lingerie, pajamas with high-heel shoes?" "It might be a little bit over-exposed here." During a recent meeting with investors, CEO Sharan Turney agreed and said "We have so much gotten off our heritage." And the pictures tell the story, compare this 1996 ad with today's more racy looks. "It would be easy for Britney Spears to change her image than for Victoria's Secret to change their image." When it comes to Victoria's Secret, the word "sexy " is everywhere. And the CEO says that's the problem; it's being used too much. In this latest catalog alone, we found it used more than 75 times. It's not the only brand that's trying to bring sexy back to sell the goods. Remember Abercrombie amp; Fitch, and who can forget this Carl's Jr ad, with Paris Hilton. But Turney was forced to explain a dramatic drop in sales last quarter. She hopes a more sophisticated image like we saw in last month's modest Super Bowl ad is the solution. "They are trying to disprove the old adage, sex sells." And most men won't argue with that. "I don't think lingerie could be too sexy." For Good Morning America, Andrea Canning, A news, New York. In a flash, be the first to know what's coming up on Good Morning America tomorrow. With the GMA Daily Flash email. All the great insider details you wanna know from GMA. Go to Anews.com, click the GMA page, and sign up for the daily flash. And you can even enter to win the weekly GMA Flash gift-bag giveaway. Sign up now.02/62045依兰县妇幼保健医院在线QQ Airline Fuel Crisis Newsweek's Dan Gross explains how record fuel costs are affecting passengersHi everybody. You’re watching Money Matters. I’m Dalhit Dhaliwal in New York. Thank you for joining us now.As we’ve mentioned earlier, record fuel prices are crippling the nation’s airlines. And as a result, some airlines are attempting to a merge. And others are raising fuel surcharges as well as their base fares. So what does it mean for passengers? Here to help us answer that question is Dane Gropes. He’s a senior editor at Newsweek. Now he wrote a column in Newsweek magazine about the future of the airline industry. Hi, Dane, thank you very much for joining us on Money Matters. Good to be here.So let’s start with this merger of um Delta and Northwest. Uh, talk us through briefly, what does it mean for passengers? Well, it shouldn’t mean all that much for passengers. Delta and Northwest do not have a lot of overlapping routes. Uh, they are press released that their only kind of 12 direct routes where they’re over-lapping. Northwest is very strong obviously in the north and the west, the mid-west. Delta’s dominant in the south, the eastern seaboard. So it shouldn’t make a whole lot of difference for your typical travel uh in terms of, uh, the choices they have, the routes they have. And the, in terms of uh, just the general kind of the mayhem the airline industry is going through right now, what does that mean in terms of the big picture if these mergers start to happen and become more and more frequent?Well, there are two possibilities here, two potential outcomes. One is that, these airlines, by merging, -- excuse me – will reduce their costs, become more profitable, be able to invest in new planes, improve service generally. That’s the hope of the shareholders of these companies. The second is that they will reduce capacity, in other words, when you have fewer airlines out there, there’s a little less competition, they are gonna take some planes out of circulation. What that means is that, existing planes, existing flights will be a little more crowded. In theory, they should have more leeway to raise fares. That’s part of the hope of some of these mergers – is to take some of the vicious competition that exists out there, reduce it, so that they get a little more breathing room.And what does that mean to the flying public? I mean, generally, is that a good thing for them or will we have to wait and see?Well, airline, air, uh, the price rising of course is not a particularly good thing. But I argued in the column in the Newsweek this week that what we need is a little less capacity, you know. One of the things that has made flying so miserable, especially in the New York – Washington - Boston area, is that there are just too many planes, too many planes on the runway, too many planes in the airspace. The airlines have not had the incentive to reduce their capacity. So to the extend, it means there are fewer flights, you know, sitting on the runway at LaGuardia, sitting on the runway at Reagan National. Uh, some of this reduced capacity may make flying more pleasant, if not more cheap.And, uh, you said an interesting thing in your column, uh, the Money Culture column this week. You talked about how a recession could actually help the industry. How come?Well, two things happen when you get a recession. One, on the business side, corporations look to slash spending. And one of the things they look to do is cut business travel. There are less deals going out, less transactions, fewer reasons for people to be flying around. And second is that discretionary fliers -- people going on vacation, yes, that’s a big ticket item to get reduce when people are feeling pinched. Some more people will be driving to the beach instead of flying down to Florida. After the last recession, the capacity of airlines nationwide was reduced by 15 percent. In other words, a lot of planes are taken out of circulation, freeing up space, making airports less crowded. I don’t think they will see that much of reduction. But we’ve aly, were seeing that last month, the number of flights taken off from American airports was down almost 2 percent from the same month in the year ago. So we’re starting to see fewer planes out there.And in terms of the general flying public, I mean, in uh, what does the recession mean for them? I mean you’ve talked about what it may possibly mean for corp. of America? I mean, do they then just sit up like tighten their belts and not travel at all or do they find alternative ways of doing the kind of business that they need to be getting on, and especially when they are small business owners?I think increasingly people will look to alternatives, you know. As you know, and in a round-up to this, jet fuel costs are out of control and airlines are passing that on. They are hitting people with fuel surcharges; they’re charging you the check baggage; they’re charging for food and all sorts of things and so it’s making flying more expensive.200812/59521黑龙江九州联系电话

黑龙江哈市九洲价位表Japan's hydra-headed disaster日本的氢致灾难 The fallout 放射性尘埃Some natural disasters change history. Japan’s tsunami could be one 有些自然灾害改变历史,日本的海啸会是其中之一THAT “tsunami” is one of the few Japanese words in global use points to the country’s familiarity with natural disaster. But even measured against Japan’s painful history, its plight today is miserable. The magnitude-9 earthquake—the largest ever in the country’s history, equivalent in power to 30,000 Hiroshimas—was followed by a wave which wiped out whole towns. With news dribbling out from stricken coastal communities, the scale of the horror is still sinking in. The surge of icy water shoved the debris of destroyed towns miles inland, killing most of those too old or too slow to scramble to higher ground (see article). The official death toll of 5,429 will certainly rise. In several towns over half the population has drowned or is missing.“海啸”是世界通用的为数不多的日语词汇之一,这说明自然灾害在日本已是习以为常。但是,即便从日本多灾多难的历史来看,现在它所面临的这场灾难也是非常悲惨的。里氏9级的地震是该国历史上最大的一次,释放出的能量相当于投放于广岛的原子弹的30000倍。强震之后,海浪咆哮而至,把一座座城镇完全吞没。从受困的滨海地区传来的零星消息表明,恐惧仍在加深。冰冷的海水把被毁城镇的废墟卷向几英里外的内陆,夺去了大多数由于年龄太大或行动太慢而未能转移到较高地方人们的生命。官方公布的死亡数字5249肯定会增加。在几座城镇,半数以上的居民溺死或失踪。In the face of calamity, a decent people has proved extremely resilient: no looting; very little complaining among the tsunami survivors. In Tokyo people queued patiently to meet their tax deadlines. Everywhere there was a calm determination to conjure a little order out of chaos. Volunteers have rushed to help. The country’s Self-Defence Forces, which dithered in response to the Kobe earthquake in 1995, have poured into the stricken area. Naoto Kan, the prime minister, who started the crisis with very low public support, has so far managed to keep a semblance of order in the country, despite a series of calamities that would challenge even the strongest of leaders. The government’s inept handling of the Kobe disaster did much to undermine Japan’s confidence in itself.面对不幸,素养良好的民族表现出极其克制的一面:没有抢掠,海啸幸存者中也几乎没有什么抱怨。在东京,人们仍然耐心地排队缴税。每个地方都要一种平静的决心:在混乱中保持秩序。志愿者踊跃伸出援手。在1995年阪神地震中应对不力的日本自卫队已经奔赴受灾地区。虽然一连串的不幸对最坚强的领导人都是个挑战,但是此前就任于危难之际、公众持率很低的日本首相菅直人现在也成功维持住了日本的秩序。政府应对阪神地震的无能大大降低了日本的自信。The wider concern更广的担忧The immediate tragedy may be Japan’s; but it also throws up longer-term questions that will eventually affect people all the way round the globe. Stockmarkets stumbled on fears about the impact on the world’s third-biggest economy. Japan’s central bank seems to have stilled talk of financial panic with huge injections of liquidity. Early estimates of the total damage are somewhat higher than the 0 billion that Kobe cost, but not enough to wreck a rich country. Disruption to electricity supplies will damage growth, and some Asian supply chains are aly facing problems; but new infrastructure spending will offset some of the earthquake’s drag on growth. 眼前受灾的是日本,但也提出了一些长期性、最终将会影响全世界所有人的问题。出于对日本这个世界第三大经济体的担忧,股市跌停。日本的中央似乎已经通过大量注入流动性来平息人们对金融市场的恐慌。之前发布的全部损失估计值比阪神地震造成的损失值1000亿美元稍高,但不足以摧毁一个富国。电力供应中断将对经济增长产生破坏作用,亚洲的一些供应链已经面临问题;但是重建基础设施的投资将会抵消地震对经济增长的部分拖累。201103/129938 Scientists have found zombie ants in the Brazilian rainforests. How can that be? The ants are infected by a fungus. As a matter of fact, scientists have just found four new species of the zombie creating fungus, Ophiocordyceps. You are telling me the fungus turns out the answer to the zombies. Fungi produce little seed like particles called spores. If an ant gets infected by one, the fungus hijacks its brain. Instead of doing its normal chores, the ant starts searching for the ideal location for the fungus to grow. Its not just wonder? No. Scientists have found that infected ants go to specific locations: beneath leaves on the north sides of plants, about ten inches above the ground, in 94-95% humidity, and at 77-86 degrees Fahrenheit temperatures.科学家在巴西发现了;僵尸蚂蚁;,那是怎么回事?原来蚂蚁感染上一种真菌。事实上,科学家刚刚已经发现了能产生真菌的4种新物种。真菌就是蚂蚁变僵尸的原因。真菌会产生叫 ;孢子;的微粒,如果蚂蚁感染上真菌,真菌就会控制蚂蚁的大脑。感染后蚂蚁不会做正常的活动,而是去寻找真菌生长的理想环境。这不令人吃惊吗?不。科学家发现被感染的蚂蚁会去特定的地方:在植物北侧的叶片下面,距离地面大概10寸高,处在94%-95%的湿度,和77-86的华氏温度中。201111/161752哈尔滨香坊区检查妇科病多少钱哈尔滨市医大二院做输卵管通液多少钱

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