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What she means is our Imperial Lemons are made with our unique laser curve technology.她的意思是我们的皇家柠檬是由我们公司特殊的激光曲线技术制成的。They are hard wearing and a joy to have on display in any shop window or restaurant.它们很耐用而且我们很乐意把它们摆放在商店橱窗或酒店里。Tom, thats amazing!汤姆,说得太好了!I it on the back of the box!我在箱子后面读到的!So, we really feel that we have a product that youll be proud to display.所以我们认为你们会很满意展出我们的产品的。And to get this fantastic price you just need to place an order of 10,000.你只需订购一万个就能得到这么好的价位。And we can even throw in a free sample of our new Perfect Peach range.我们还可以赠送一些新型的“完美桃子”系列。Each lemon comes with a satisfaction guarantee.每个柠檬都有令人满意的质量保。I know you wont be disappointed.你不会失望的。It sounds good.听起来不错。OK, I think you have a deal.好,我们成交了。Good work Anna.干得好,安娜。Dont forget to ask him to sign the contract and tell him when he can expect the order to be delivered.别忘了让他签合同,并告诉他什么时候可以收到货。OK.I would be grateful if you could just sign the contract.好的。如果您能签了合同,我会很感激。Well get the lemons to you as quickly as we can.我们会尽可能快的把柠檬送来。Tom, do you have a pen?汤姆,你有笔吗?Erm, no actually.没有。It was in my bag yesterday but its gone… it was a nice, a good one too.昨天还在包里,但是丢了……是一根很好的笔。No problem. I have a pen.别担心,我有笔。 /201705/507581漯河市臀部吸脂多少钱郑州/美容祛斑多少钱1 商品检验3句英文任你选Shall we take up the question of inspection today?今天我们来讨论商品的检验问题吧。How should we define the inspection rights?商检的权力怎样加以明确呢?Im worried that there might be some disputes over the results of inspection.我担心对商检的结果会发生争议。半个句型要记牢take up(讨论,谈起)Tip:take up用法很多,可以表示;开始从事;如 He took up Spanish while in Spain. (当他在西班牙的时候,他开始学习西班牙语。) ; ;吸收(液体);溶解(固体);如Blotting -paper takes up ink. (吸墨纸吸收墨水。 ),还有;占据,接受,拿起,改小;等用法,例句中是讨论的意思,相当于 go down to,不过 go down to中的 to是介词,后面接v-ing形式。 /201604/434132Harry: Let's see what the White House has in store for the holiday this year. CBS News senior White House correspondent Bill Plante is inside with a very special tour guide, First Lady Laura Bush, good morning. Bill: Harry, good morning to you, good morning to all, and First Lady Laura Bush, welcome as always. Laura: Thank you for having me. Bill: Christmas decorations at the White House? Laura: That's right. It's the most favorite time of the year and we've just, last night, all the decorators who've come from around the country to decorate left and I will set up today to show it off. Bill: I have to, I have to tell ya, I'm used to seeing something much more elaborate in this East Room. Laura: That's right. This is a simpler...ur...year, really is, we, ur, you have the theme: all things bright and beautiful and what I really wanted to use were fresh, all fresh things, so we have real roses on the tree, aren't they beautiful? Bill: Real flowers on the tree in. . . Laura: Some pieces're, that are (with those) up high, with those so we don't have to change those as so often. Bill: In water, in little vials of water. Laura: In water, that's right, in little vials of water. And then we are using a lot of fruit, we have the beautiful color of pears on the center pieces for the East Room, this is the, a table that will be set up during receptions here in the East Room, there will be one here and then one in the dinning room, of course. Bill: Wait a minute, where's the food? Laura: The food will be here. You are gonna get it this afternoon oh~ this morning. Um, in fact that will be our new chef that would, this would be her debut to the press. Cris Comerford, our new White House chef, the first woman chef. Bill: First woman chef, right. Laura: Chef and she will, about 10:30, will be serving all of the press, ur /, the big buffet that we will be having at our parties. Bill: Well, now you got the White House Christmas card of course right here. Laura: The White House Christmas card is in the mail, and it's done by Jamie Wyeth this year, the, um, very renowned American artist Jamie Wyeth, the son of Andrew Wyeth, grandson of NC Wyeth. And it's the beautiful south portico of the White House. And we have Barney and Beazley and Kitty down there in the snow. Of course, we had to put them in the card. And then, if you come to visit the White House during the Christmas, you get the~um~Christmas brochure, all the guests that come, / including all the tours, so we should, we expect about 45, 000 people and, on White House tours over the Christmas holidays and every year we've asked a children's book illustrator to illustrate the decorations of the White House. And this year the illustrator is Donna Green. And I think she did a really beautiful job of showing how pretty the White House is when it's decorated for Christmas. Bill: It's always pretty, but it's very different this year. What're these different things to see? Laura: It's very different. It's much simpler and everything is fresh and real, I think it's really, really pretty and, especially, I think this sort of decoration shows off how elegant the White House is. Bill: Let me ask you this. Your husband today is giving a major speech (That's right. ) about Iraq (Uh uhm), to prove that he has a plan(uhm) because he has been so criticized(uhm) by many people, (uh-em) because the war keeps dragging on,(uhm) because that means that there are troops (Sure. Can harm somewhat. ) away from Christmas.(yeah) Does it, first of all, does it bother you when he is criticized the way he has been? Laura: Well, sure, absolutely, you know, no one likes to see anyone they love criticized, but on the other hand when you look at what really has happened. It's only been three years. Iraq has come a very, very long way. They've ratified a constitution. This month, they will elect their leaders for the next four years. More and more Iraqi troops have been trained. As more Iraqi troops are trained, more of our troops will be able to stand down. It's really a quite amazing transformation in the heart of the Middle East, and all of the other things that happened as well, Lebanon, with Syria leaving Lebanon. Bill: This is quite a year. Laura: Libya. You know, what really is amazing and I know we're impatient and I know it's difficult, it's very, very difficult to watch those images from Iraq, to see and to be so fearful for our American troops that are there all the time, which I know all Americans are - not just the families that have been deployed, but all Americans have a very difficult time watching our troops over there and worrying about our troops over there. But at the same time. . . Bill: Especially I think at the holiday season. Laura: Sure. At the holiday season it's always the hardest when you think about the families who have an empty place at the table, either because they lost their loved one in Iraq or Afghanistan, or because their loved one is deployed. Um, it's the most difficult time, a holiday season. And so it's especially a time for Americans to reach out to our military families around the world. Bill: One quick question on another topic. Are you disappointed your husband didn't pick a woman for the Supreme Court? Laura: Well, he did pick one (Well, yeah), but now I mean I think Samuel Alito will be terrific, I'm very very excited about him and his highly qualified so. . . Bill: We are so happy you could be with us (Thank you very much Bill. ), thank you so much First Lady Laura Bush. Harry. Harry: Hi, Bill, Mrs. Bush, thank you so much show. Love the tour, love the scenes at the White House this time of year. You can check out even more decorations by heading to the website at the White House, that's whitehouse.gov. All right. 200808/46323安阳市自体脂肪隆鼻价格

郑州第三人民医院切眼袋手术价钱费用郑州妇保医院胎记多少钱In the summer of 1204, Temujin(铁木真) rode west to confront his blood brother. The outcome would be decisive for the future of the Mongol people. In the foothills of the Khangai Mountains (杭爱山脉), on the eve of battle, Temujin called his generals to him. "I told them, one tribe was like a single arrow, easily broken. But many tribes together would be strong. They could never be broken."But Temujin didn't just rely on inspirational speeches. He practiced psychological warfare. "I knew Jamuqa's(扎木和) scouts would be watching as my men prepared for battle. I ordered each man to light not one, but five fires."Jamuqa's scouts reported that Temujin's army was so large; they had more fires than there were stars in the sky. At daybreak, Jamuqa led his army onto the heights of Chakirma'ut, and this was the sight that confronted him. "I saw the man who had been my friend, who had sworn the sacred vow of anda(安答,意为义兄弟), but he had broken that vow."Jamuqa was about to become the first commander to face an army that would eventually conquer twelve million square milespsychological warfare: war which includes using methods which influence the psyche scout : a soldier or other person sent out ahead of a main force so as to gather information about the enemy's position, strength, or movements200809/49555to chance it ---- 冒险(短语)英文释义To try doing something unlikely to succeed in the hope that you will be lucky; to take a risk.例句Although it is supposed to rain this afternoon, we really want to go the park, so we are going to chance it.尽管下午会有雨,可我们实在想去公园,所以就打算冒个险。 /201609/464981郑州彩光永久脱体毛Telling the viewers they are seeing something when they are actually seeing something different is, in the opinion of all reputable TV makers, beyond the pale. But what of the ordinary techniques that TV producers use everyday in pursuit of their craft? In the current atmosphere, some TV producers worry that a lot of what we in the industry take for granted might now need to be reconsidered. Girish Juneja brings you the most honest report you've ever seen.Here I am reporting from outside the High Court. Now you might think that means I have been inside the High Court listening to a case, but I haven't. And more often than not, reporters would have stayed in the office. They would have kept up with developments by ing the oral important in newswires. They might have made a phone call or two and even filmed an interview. This is just one of the tricks of our trade, but is it dishonest!You are happy? Yeah, I hate wearing ties. And start walking.Take this for example, it's called an establisher. It enabled me to say something impressive about this person that I am about to interview. Faking certainly is common in Television. Across the… Oh, yeah, sure, OK. Faking is endemic in all television. Across the…I have just helped create a brief striking remark. You may know it is a sound bite, but without I hope any misrepresentation. Now for the cutaway. A shot of me helps us edit the interview. But a cutaway also makes you think we are listening to each other. In reality though, as we usually only have one camera, these are shot afterwards. Is that a lie? This is where it's all done, the edit. The camera man forgot to record the sound on the street shot. But that's ok, we can add some. I think something VROOM, VROOMing would sound right, Mike. You know, VROOM, VROOM.Is this cheating? Generally it's thought not. But putting gunfire over a battle scene, for example, would be a different story.And by the way, this is a pieced camera, and this one was written hours ago before I even went out filming. But that's because I largely knew what my conclusions were going to be. Dose that make it untrue?Well, no. Because for most pieces by the time I start filming, I have done enough research to know what I need to say. So a TV producer that values perfectionism wouldn't bend editorial meaning, but all of us use techniques to make watchable television. It's for the public to decide whether they are justified. Oh, it's all so boring. I will say something with you. What's, what's next?Faking is, that's the bite, use that bite, Mike. Perfect.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1.beyond the pale:outside the boundaries of acceptable behaviour.2.more often than not:多半, 通常 200805/39709郑州/做眼袋比较好的医院

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