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荆州人民中妇幼保健医院男科挂号宜昌治生殖感染哪家医院好二月二龙抬头,北方人很重视,关于龙抬头很有很多传说的故事,也有历史相关的故事。这是一则历史与传说相结合的故事,相传唐朝武则天登基后,玉帝大怒,下令龙王三年不准给人间降雨,然后龙王仁慈,不忍见百姓受苦,私自降雨,而遭受天帝惩罚,被贬下凡压在大山之下。玉帝称,除非金豆开花,否则龙王将永远压在大山之下。百姓感恩龙王的救命之恩,四处奔走找金豆,到了二月初二这天,忽见有人在晒金黄的玉米种子,那人心想,如果把玉米爆开花不就是金豆开花吗?于是家家户户爆爆米花,并设香炉祭天地,龙王因此得救。According to the folk legend, the 2nd day of the second lunar month is the very day for the dragon king who is in charge of clouds and rains to raise his head. After that day, there will be more and more rain, so that day is also called Spring Dragon Day. Most Chinese northern farmers believe that with the help of that day, all stores, big and small, will be full of grain. Every year when this day comes, those Chinese northern people will carry the lanterns, in the morning to fetch water from the wells and the rivers. They will light the candles, burn incense and play tribute to the dragon king. In the old times people called this ;welcome the fields dragon.; On that day, all the families will eat noodles or fried glutinous rice blocks, and pop corn to enjoy happiness.根据民间传说,农历二月初二是长官云雨的龙王抬头之日。过了龙抬头这天,雨水充沛,所以这天被称为春龙界。中国北方的农民深信龙抬头后雨水充足这事,到时粮仓无论大小都会装满粮食。每当春龙节到来,中国北方都会舞龙,大部分地区在这天早晨家家户户打着灯笼到井边或河边挑水。回到家里便点灯、烧香、上供,理发(有习俗正月理发死舅舅)。旧时,人们把这种仪式叫做;引田龙;。这一天,家家户户还要吃面条、炸油糕、爆玉米花(比作为;挑龙头;、;吃龙胆;、;金豆开花,龙王升天,兴云布雨,五谷丰登;),以示吉庆。A popular fairy tale in the north of China can tell the origin of the day. When Wu Zetian, the empress, in the Tang Dynasty came into power, the Heaven God was so angry that he ordered the dragon kings to stop raining for 3 years. Soon after this, the dragon king who was in charge of the heaven river heard the bitter cries from the folk, saw many people starve to death. He was afraid that there would be no life in no time. Then he went against the Heaven God#39;s order and gave the folk a heavy rain. Because of this, the dragon king was thrown into the folk world by the Heaven God and pressed under a large mountain. 北方庆春龙节还因为另外一个传说。相传唐朝,武则天登位做了皇帝,玉帝大怒,命令龙王三年之内不能降雨。但龙王日日听闻百姓哭泣,见无数百姓音饥饿而死,他担心很快地球上就没有生命了。于是他违背玉帝旨意,给老百姓降了一场大雨。玉帝得知后,将司掌天河的玉龙打下天宫,压在一座大山下面。(山下还立了一块碑,上面写道:龙王降雨犯天规,当受人间千秋罪。要想重登灵霄阁,除非金豆开花时。)Then the folk hurried to look for gold beans everywhere in order to save him from the pressure. On the 2nd day of the 2nd lunar month the next year, when people were drying the corn seeds in the sun, they thought of the corn seeds as gold beans because when they were roasted, they would pop in blossom like gold beans. So all the families began to pop corn and burn incense and put gold beans on desks. When the dragon king raised his head, he knew the folk were trying to save him, so he shouted to the God, ;Gold beans are in blossom, so let me out.; After the Heaven God saw all gold beans in blossom in all families, he had to give his order to ask the dragon king to return to the heaven palace and go on with his job of making clouds and rains for the folk. Since then, it has been the folk custom to eat pop corn on the 2nd day of the 2nd lunar month. In fact, after the 2nd lunar month, since there will be more and more rain which marks the end of little-rain winter. This is a clear characteristic of the monsoon climate in North China.人们为了拯救龙王,到处寻找开花的金豆。到了第二年二月初二这一天,人们正在翻晒金黄的玉米种子,猛然想起,这玉米就象金豆,炒开了花,不就是金豆开花吗?于是家家户户爆玉米花,并在院里设案焚香,供上;开花的金豆;,专让龙王和玉帝看见。龙王知道这是百姓在救它,就大声向玉帝喊到:;金豆开花了,放我出去!;玉帝一看人间家家户户院里金豆花开放,只好传谕,诏龙王回到天庭,继续给人间兴云布雨。从此以后,民间形成了习惯,每到二月二这一天,人们就爆玉米花,也有炒豆的。 /201202/172360伍家岗区医院预约 It has often been said that opposites attract but research suggests that initial spark of attraction soon fades and does not make for a long and happy married life.A survey carried out by The Oxford Internet Institute, looked at the habits of 1,000 couples to find the secret of a happy relationship.The poll was conducted for online matchmaking service eHarmony.People who want to sign up for the site, complete a comprehensive questionnaire of more than 200 questions, which takes about an hour to complete."At the time that we launched in 2000, people were really sceptical that you could bring technology or scientific research to something that had always been attributed in these magical terms to some unknowable quality about why two people connect," Greg Waldorf, eHarmony's chief executive said.eHarmony to claim that every day on average 118 US couples who met on eHarmony get married--2% of the total number of marriages.Paula Hall, a relationship psychotherapist at the UK relationship service says: "Compatibility is an essential ingredient in relationship happiness, but some differences are inevitable. How couples manage those differences is the key to long-term success."But there is not one formula for all couples. Analysis of the data gathered by eHarmony shows that across cultures couples value very different things.For instance, Britons are the least likely to complain if modern life leaves their partners too tired for sex. Australians are less worried by their spouse being less affectionate and Americans argue more.Happily married people in the UK tend to agree more on how to make major decisions, how family finances are handled, the division of household tasks, and how to deal with parents and in-laws. Compared to the US and Australia, UK couples are the least likely to be worried if their partner is regularly too tired for sex.In the US, couples put more focus on the interpersonal facets of their relationships, reporting that they laugh together, exchange ideas, kiss, and confide in each other more often. However, they also have more arguments and are more likely to report that their partners annoy them.In Australia, couples put a lot of stock in working on projects together, and it is the country where couples are least likely to be concerned that their spouse doesn't show enough love and affection.Couples in the US, the UK and Australia experience a dip in marital satisfaction around the birth of their first child, which Mr Waldorf attributes to a period of adjustment to the change in the relationship. Chinese couples, by contrast, actually experience a rise in satisfaction, which Mr Waldorf suggests is due to a stronger immediate family support network. /200812/59291Most policy makers, and the economists who advise them, believe that the rich Western economies have suffered a mechanical malfunction. With the right monetary, fiscal and regulatory tools, the growth machine will eventually whirr into life. Others think the West#39;s true malaise is not mechanical but moral: a love of money,markets and material things.大多数决策者和为他们提供建议的经济学家们相信富裕的西方经济遭受了一次机械故障。有了正确的货币,财政和监管工具,这部增长中的机器将最终迎来生机。另一些人认为西方的乏力不在于机械体制而在于道德标准:对金钱、市场和物质的爱。;How Much Is Enough?; and ;What Money Can#39;tBuy; are well-argued versions of this second view. In the former, Robert and Edward Skidelsky, a father-and-son pair of British academics, take as theirtext an essay written in 1930 by John Maynard Keynes. Keynes (of whom the elderSkidelsky has written a three-volume biography) mused that within a century ;the economic problem; would be solved: in rich countries people would be at least four times wealthier, on average, and have to work perhaps 15 hours a week. He looks right about living standards, but horribly wrong about working hours.;多少才算足够?;和;什么金钱无法买到;都对第二种观点做了很好的论述。在前者中,英国学术界的Robert和Edward Skidelsky父子摘录了凯恩斯在1930年写的一篇文章。 凯恩斯(老Skidelsky曾为其撰写了一本3卷的传记)通过沉思得出;经济问题;将在一个世纪之内得以解决:在富裕国家,人民的平均财富将是现在的四倍多,同时工作时间也许变成每周15小时。他在生活水准上说对了,却在工作时间上大错特错。In the rich world the modern economic problem, the Skidelskys say, is how to live well amid plenty, not howto survive amid scarcity. Yet the West still chases slavishly after ever-higher gross domestic product, a purely material measure that takes no account of the blessings of nature or leisure. Humanity has become insatiable, in short. It istime to stop and rediscover the ;good life;. This they identify with a list of;basic goods;: health, security, respect, ;personality; (autonomy, if youprefer), harmony with nature, and leisure.Skidelskys父子认为在富裕国家,现代经济的问题在于如何在富足中过好而不是如何在稀缺中生存。然而,西方社会仍在盲目追逐后更高的GDP这一纯物质的完全与自然和悠闲生活无关的指标。简而言之,人类已经变得贪得无厌。是时候停下来并重新发现;美好生活;了,对此他们列出了一个;美好的基本因素;清单:健康,安全,尊重,;个性化;(你也可以理解为自主权),与自然和谐相处以及享受休闲生活。You might expect the Skidelskys tomake common cause with those economists who believe that maximising ;happiness;should be the goal of public policy. Not a bit of it. What makes people happy,they argue, is not necessarily good. They have little time for statistical measures of happiness—or the pursuit of any single metric. That would imply that the elements of the good life could be traded off against each other, whichthey deny. Nor do the Skidelskys ally themselves with environmentalists. Greens reject growth because they believe it cannot be sustained without wrecking theplanet. But what if it can? Better, say the Skidelskys, to pursue the good lifefor its own sake.你可能以为Skidelskys父子与那些主张应该将;幸福;最大化作为公共政策目标的经济学家有所共鸣。完全错了。他们认为让人幸福的不一定是好东西。他们并没有花时间去为幸福做数学统计或追求任何单一指标。尽管他们否认,但这将意味着,美好生活的元素可以是此消彼长的。同时,Skidelskys父子也并非加入了环保人士阵营。绿党拒绝增长,因为他们相信持续的增长不可能不是以破坏地球为代价的。但是,如果可能又如何呢?Skidelskys父子说,为了生活本身去追求美好生活是更好的选择。Capitalism, they note, has ;made possible vast improvements in material conditions;, but it also fuels human insatiability. One way it does this is by ;increasingly ‘monetising#39; the economy;. Monetisation is what vexes Michael Sandel, a Harvard political philosopher, in ;What Money Can#39;t Buy;. Mr Sandel poses a single question: has the role of markets sp too far?他们指出资本主义;在物质条件上取得了巨大的进步;,但它也助长人的贪婪。其中一条途径就是它这样做的方法之一;使经济日趋‘货币化#39;;。在;金钱不能买到什么;一书中,货币化是一个令哈佛大学政治哲学家Michael Sandel困扰的问题。Sandel先生发问:市场的作用是不是大过头了?He argues that it has, and packs his book with examples. Some, such as the sale of a poor man#39;s kidney fortrans planting into a rich man#39;s body, will make many people squirm. Others, such as the sale of naming rights for sports stadiums, may yield only are signed shrug. But almost all give pause for thought. Mr Sandel poses two objections consistently. One is inequality: the more things money can buy, themore the lack of it hurts. The other Mr Sandel calls ;corruption;: buying and selling can change the way a good is perceived. Paying people to give blood does not work. Giving school children money as an incentive to books may make ing a chore rather than a life long pleasure.他认为市场的作用确实大过头了,他在书中对此观点进行了举。其中一些例子会让很多人不安,如穷人出售肾脏移植给富人。其他一些则只会令人无奈的耸耸肩,如体育场馆命名权的出售。但几乎所有的例子都发人深省。Sandel先生连续提出了两个反对。一个是不平等:当钱可以买到更多的东西,它带来的伤害就越小。另一个被Sandel先生称为;腐败;:对某件东西的买卖行为会改变被人们这一物品的看法。对捐血的人进行付是不起作用。付钱给小学生作为读书的奖励可能使阅读苦差事,而非终身乐趣。Mr Sandel does not say precisely where he thinks the limit should lie. That should be left, he hopes, to public debate. The Skidelskys are bolder, proposing policies that would encourage the pursuit of the good life rather than endless growth: a basic income; a tax on consumption rather than income; and an end to the tax-deductibility of company spending on advertising. This would reduce theincentive to work and the temptation to consume.Sandel先生并没有精确指出底线应该在哪。他希望将这一命题留给公众去辩论。Skidelskys父子则更加大胆地提出了针对追求美好生活且反对无休止增长的政策建议,即要有基本收入保障,基于消费而非收入的税收政策,以及对商家广告进行税收抵扣。这将降低人们对工作的执着和消费的欲望。Does the ratrace always detract from the good life? Only a few years ago, it would have been hard to imagine that whole libraries of books, music and information could be summoned to a phone in your palm; yet the pursuit of profit has helped to put them there. Nevertheless, ;How Much Is Enough?; is a good question. Even if just now the West could do with more, not less, GDP, the pursuit of wealth for its own sake is folly. Anyone who sets store by capitalism and markets will find both books uncomfortable ing. They should be all the same.那么竞争与美好生活总是格格不入的吗?短短几年前,人们还很难想象可以将整个图书馆的书籍、音乐和信息纳于掌中的一部手机;然而对利润的追求却使之成为现实。不过,;多少才算足够?;是一个很好的问题。 即使现在西方国家可以追逐更多而不是更少的GDP,为了财富本身而追逐财富仍然是愚蠢的。而对那些认为资本主义和市场经济至关重要的人来说,尽管这两本书读起来会很不舒,但还是应该认真阅读。 /201208/193108宜昌包皮切除术

宜昌哪家医院割包皮好呢Q: I have an active social and business life, and I worry about repeating outfits. Is there anything out there, like a clothing calendar, that can help me keep track of what I wore when and who saw me?问:我需要参加社交和商务活动,但担心衣重样。有没有一种工具,比如穿衣日历一类的东西,可以帮我记录下来我何时见何人时,穿了什么衣? /201008/111799湖北宜昌医院看男科好吗 、Americans enjoy some of the highest standards of living in the world. Although the ed States trails other countries in such significant measures of health and wellbeing as infant mortality and life expectancy, the world generally respects—even envies—the quality of life enjoyed by most Americans. Americans do work hard. Although the number of hours of nonwork time available to Americans has not changed significantly since the 1970s, public opinion surveys consistently report that Americans believe they have less free time today than in the past. Workers who participated in the Shell Poll, a study conducted by Shell Oil Company in 2000, indicated that if given a choice between an extra day off from work or an extra day's wages every two weeks, they preferred more time off by a margin of 58% to 40%. For workers aged thirty-five to sixty-four, 67% indicated that they would rather have more time off.Working parents report the least free time. According to the Shell Poll, only 48% of mothers believe they have enough personal leisure time. This reflects a dramatic decline from a Gallup survey conducted in 1963, when 70% of mothers were happy with their free time. Almost three-quarters of working mothers reported to Shell that on Sunday nights, after doing household chores and running errands on weekends, they do not feel rested and y for a new work week.In the free time Americans do have, they are sleeping less. According to Sleep in America, a survey published in 2002 by the nonprofit National Sleep Foundation, 68% of poll respondents admitted getting less than eight hours' sleep on weeknights. Nearly a quarter of those surveyed believed they were not getting the minimum amount needed to avoid feelings of drowsiness during the day. /201004/100856宜昌生殖器疱疹病专科医院

宜昌中心人民医院治疗阳痿多少钱北京时间2月9日上午,第51届格莱美音乐奖在洛杉矶落下帷幕。现场星光熠熠,乐坛精英聚首一堂,百余个奖项颁出。摇滚与乡村音乐的跨界组合罗伯特#8226;普兰特和阿丽森#8226;克劳斯获得了含金量最重的最佳制作和最佳专辑奖,还包揽了最佳流行合唱和乡村合唱奖,这对跨国组合的5项提名中全部命中,成为本届格莱美奖最大的赢家。年仅20岁的阿黛尔打败了美国本土万人迷乔纳森兄弟,获得了本年度的“最佳新人”。获提名最多的Hip-Hop歌手李尔#8226;韦恩在综合类大奖中一无所获,只在说唱类奖项中拿到了4项大奖,而提名数仅次于李尔#8226;韦恩的酷玩乐队最终捧得了包括“年度最佳单曲”在内的3项大奖。In the end, Grammy voters came to their senses.While they zigged in a commercial direction, towards Lil' Wayne, in their nominations, they zagged back to the creativity of Alison Krauss and Robert Plant for the final, top prizes.True, the starry pair's album, "Raising Sand," might not have been a career-defining work - for either of them.But it had daring and a fine mood on its side. Before they twinned their voices for these rare songs, few listeners would have imagined bluegrass chanteuse Krauss and post-Zeppelin yowler Plant in the same city, let alone in the same studio. Yet they found a bracing mean in their mutual love of spooky folk.Going back to such Zep songs as 1971's "Gallow's Pole," Plant showed a keen interest in acoustic roots music.Obviously, Krauss has long worked her way around that territory.Never, though, had she mined the particular, spectral sound the two forged together, with key help from longtime Americana producer T-Bone Burnette. If "Raising Sand," and its shadowy songs, fully deserved to steal the headlines at last night's show, the precise categories it snagged weren't always on point.The album cut "Please Read the Letter" won for Record of the Year (a prize awarded for the sound and production of the piece), while Coldplay's "Viva La Vida" took the trinket for Song of the Year (a prize keyed to the composition).It should have been reversed. "Letter" has greater strength as a piece of songwriting, "Vida" more power as a shimmering production. Voters did themselves proud, however, in their choice of Best New Artist.The pleading vocals of Adele mine more emotion than any of the other candidates, with the possible exception of roiling Ramp;B singer Jazmine Sullivan. Certainly, the one-named British star deserved the nod over the country slickness of Lady Antebellum, the retro-fitted pop of Duffy, and the teen dream goofiness of the Jonas Brothers.Adele's song "Chasing Pavements" also richly deserved its place in the Best Female Pop Vocal slot. Another gratifying moment came with the Best Hard Rock Performance nod going to The Mars Volta.They're guitar-oriented music's most forward thinking band. Satisfying as well was Kings of Leon nabbing the gold in one of the wordiest categories: Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals.You could quibble that the Kings' album actually rated as last year's best. But that's a minor carp.Considering the goofy list of nominations this year (with particular head-scratchers crowding the Song of the Year slot), it looks like, once again, the Grammys dodged their own bullet. /200902/62356 1. We evolve hotter.A recent study revealed that women are getting better looking through evolution; meanwhile, men are staying the same. After following more than 2,000 people through four decades of life, the study showed that attractive women had 16 percent more children than average-looking chicks and that beautiful people are 36 percent more likely to have a daughter as their firstborn. All those gorgeous daughters mean more beautiful women than in past generations.1. 我们比男人进化的更美在进化中,女性变得更加出众,但男性在外貌上的进化微乎其微。而且数据也表明,漂亮姑娘会生育更多的孩子,而这些孩子中,女孩又比男孩的比例高,这就是为什么漂亮女孩会越来越多。 /201002/96949宜昌男健男科医院治疗早泄多少钱宜昌什么男科医院最好

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