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黑龙江预约挂号网哈尔滨7个月引产大约多少钱英语幽默短剧:愚人节快乐 --30 :59:33 来源: April Fool'sDayN: Many years ago, on April 1, a body had birth. His father called him "foolman", nobody like him except his mother. How time flies!F: Mum, I'm eithteen years old, so I will leave this family.Mum: All right, but please see me at times. This is a bottle of drink, a piece of dry b. Remember: take good care of yourself, bye!N: He came to a est, and met an ugly man.U: Hello! I'm very hungry and thirsty, could you give me something to drink and eat, please?F: Ok, here.U: Oh, thanks very much! Now, I will go. Oh, this stick is you, it will bring luck to you. Good luck!N: The foolman reached a restaurant, the boss had two daughters, they found the stick very brightly.D1: Oh, how beautiful it is! I want it, it's great!!! (上前抓木棒,却被粘在上面) Oh! Dear! I can't leave it! (吃惊地)D: Sister, what are you doing there? Do you want this stick yourself? No, I will get a part of it! We are parent's daughters, I must get a part of it like you! (走向木棒)D1: Don't come! Don't come! It's dangerous!D: You can come, so I can come, too! (也被粘在木棒上) Oh, my god! What's wrong with me?D1: What a pity!N: Foolman didn't mind at all, after the meal he took the stick leave the restaurant. Of course, two girl followed him. In the field they met an old scientist.S: Oh! Terrible! You two girls follow a boy. How silly of you! I will take you back home, and take the boy to the police station. (抓stick ,也被粘住) Oh! Bad luck! Terrible!N: A few days later, they got to a strange country. The king had a daughter, but she never smiled or laughed.King: Who can make her smile or laugh, she'll be his wife.F: Let me try , Perhaps I can.N: Then they went to see her. She saw foolman and his friends laughed and laughed.k: Ok, you make her laugh, now let us look at your 生辰八字. Which day is your birthday?F: April 1.K: Oh! What a great boy! Do you know my country's name? Let me tell you: it called "Fool World"! Very suits you, right?!N: The result is ——The follman lived happily with his wife until they died. That is why we now have a holiday called : "April Fool". 英语 幽默 短剧黑龙江省第二医院开展无痛人流吗 明十三皇陵之一——定陵英文导游词 定陵英文介绍 -- ::38 来源: 明十三皇陵之一——定陵英文导游词 定陵英文介绍明朝万历帝的地下皇陵定陵是明十三皇陵之一早在万历帝岁时,他便下令为自己修建陵墓,这座陵墓耗时6年,花费了这个国家两年的地税钱1958年,定陵被发掘出土,从此便成为地下物馆向公众开放Dingling, the underground mausoleum of Emperor Wan Li, is one of the thirteen imperial tombs of the Ming Dynasty (68-). Emperor Wan Li (73-) ordered the construction of his own tomb when he was and it took six years to complete the construction which cost about two year’s land taxes of the entire empire. The Emperor gave a party in his own funeral chamber, so the chronicles say, to mark its completion, and thirty years later he was buried in it amid a splendid ceremony.  The tomb was excavated in 1958 and has since been open to the public as an underground museum. Some fifty kilometers northwest of Beijing city center, the group of tombs (known as Ming Tombs) near Dingling are scattered around the southern slopes of the Heavenly Longevity Mountains(1), bounded by hills on three sides with a southern exposure to an open plain.   The approach to the Ming Tombs is a shaded 7-kilometer-long road known as the Sacred Way. Its beginning is marked with a marble archway standing 7 meters long and meters high. The marble archway is similar to the triumphal arches of Europe (Paris, Rome, Berlin, etc.). This archway, one of the finest and best preserved in the country, was erected in 0, at a time when Chinese architecture had reached its climax.  A stone table nearby proclaims that entrants must dismount at this point and proceed on foot, that admittance beyond the archway was bidden to ordinary citizens, and that violating this law was punishable by death.  Further on, this road is lined with gigantic stone statues, of lions, camels, elephants, horses, and mythical animals and of generals, civil mandarins, and courtiers().   Dingling consists of the underground palace and surface structures, most of which are now in ruin, leaving the magnificent soul Tower still standing in a spacious courtyard. Each corner of the Tower is a single block of stone. The rafters, beams and architraves are also carved out of stone and decorated with colorful motifs. The Tower houses a large stone tablet inscribed with Wan Li’s posthumous title.   Immediately behind the tower is the burial mound encircled by a 700-meter-long brick wall. The mound is called the Precious City and directly beneath it is a mammoth tomb-the Underground Palace, where the emperor and his two empresses were expected to live an eternal life in splendor and luxury.   The Underground Palace lies 7 metes below the surface. A flight of stone steps leads down to the main entrance, which is a richly carved gateway with a double-leaf marble door. Each leaf, tons in weight, hinges on an axis which is carved from the same piece of marble. The lower end of the axis rests in a hole on the stone doorstep and the upper end in a hole of the bronze lintel which weights ten tons. Each marble leaf, incredible, is thicker near the axis and tapers off toward the middle of the door. This allows one person to open and close the massive door easily. The door was ingeniously sealed on the burial scene by a stone bar, known as the "Self-acting stone." Once put in place from inside, this bolt would prevent the door from ever being opened again.   The Underground Palace consists of three aligned vaults: the Ante-Chamber, the Sacrificial Chamber and the Burial Chamber. Each chamber is provided with an entrance gate as massive as the main gate.  The Ante-Chamber is now bare. The Sacrificial Chamber, flanked with an annex chamber on each side, contains three white thrones. The central one, carved with dragons in high relief on its back and sides, was the emperor, who was flanked in death by two empresses on thrones carved with phoenixes. In front of each throne is a set of five-altar pieces and a large blue-and -white porcelain jar still containing oil and wick in a bronze tube. This is called "everlasting lamp"(3) which was supposed to provide "everlasting light". Midway along the side walls are simple arched doorways leading into the annexes. Each annex contains a stone couch on which an empress’s coffin was to rest. In the center of each couch there is a square hole in which yellow earth was placed, presenting a secret connection between the coffin and the earth. At the end of each annex is a huge gate with a self-acting stone. Beyond the gate is a vaulted passage which is blocked. The passage was intended the entombment of the empresses should they die after the emperor, as no one was supposed to disturb his corpse.   In the Burial Chamber, the largest part of the tomb, stand three red-lacquered coffins, side by side on a white marble platm. The one in the middle is the Emperor’s coffin, with the First Empress’s on the left and the Second Empress’s on the right. Inside each coffin there is another coffin, and thus, each imperial corpse is held in two coffins, one kept within the other. In the narrow spaces between the three sets of coffins are two pairs of vases and three boxes which originally contained a wooden imperial seal and wooden tablets recording the bestowal on the emperor of his posthumous title. There is also an iron helmet decorated with gold and jewels, a suit of mail, a sword, a bow, and iron-tipped arrows.   ON either side of the coffins are 6 wooden chests that contain wooden figurines, women’s head-dresses decorated with golden phoenixes and jewels, wooden seals with the posthumous titles of the empresses, jade belts, strings of jade pendants, robes, shoes and sets of gold chopsticks, spoons, cups, and wash-basins. Also on the platm were wooden models of sedan chairs, coaches, spears, bows, arrows, flagstaffs with silk banners and other objects used in imperial processions.   When the emperor’s coffin was opened, a silk shroud, jade cups and jade bowls with a gold cover were first exposed. The shroud was then carefully rolled back, revealing among other precious objects a royal crown which is the only royal crown excavated so far in China. Of Emperor Wan Li, only bones and hair remained. He wore a beard, and his long hair in a top knot was secured with long gold pins. The "dragon robe", in which he was buried is not so well preserved as a similar one buried with him. Rolls of silk, all in gorgeous patterns and many woven with gold th, m his mattress and bedding. Both empresses’ coffins contained phoenix coronets and other headdresses, bronze mirrors and gold boxes cosmetics and toilet s. The coronets are of fine gold mesh with dragons and phoenixes, each adorned with more than a hundred germs and five thousand pearls.   Most of the relics (some three thousand pieces )are on display in the Dingling Museum Exhibition Hall, which has attracted millions of visitors from China and abroad since the museum opened in 1959.   Notes:   1. Heavenly Longevity Mountains 天寿山   . generals, civil mandarins, and courtiers 武臣、文臣和勋臣   3. everlasting lamp 长明灯 英文导游词 定陵英文介绍哈尔滨平房区做无痛人流需要多少钱

哈尔滨妇幼保健院医院产科怎么样My Favorite Teacher --19 :: 来源: Everyone has his favorite teacher ,so do I. My favourite teacher is Miss Wei, our English teacher. We felt English very difficuit when we began to study English. Miss Wei had a good idea to solve the problem. One day, Miss Wei came into the classroom with some fruits, such as apples,bananas,and oranges. She said: “Today we are going to learn the names of the fruits. You can eat the fruits if you can tell me their names in English . ”All the students listened carefully and studied hard . Someone even stood up to answer questions. Class was over ,and the fruits were all eaten. From then on ,I am more and more interested in English, and I want to say from my heart: “ Thank you, Miss Wei!”甘南县流产价格 节日日记(The Festival Diary) -- :3:51 来源: 节日日记(The Festival Diary)  Today ,we went to buy fireworks with sister and brother . We bought all kinds of fireworks . Then we came to play outside.  I lighted the fireworks and they flew into the sky like a rocket . The fireworks were so beautiful and they looked like many kinds of flowers .  At last , we sang and danced together. We felt very happy today .伊春市妇科检查价格

哈尔滨哪里做人流最便宜My New Teacher -- :7: 来源: My new teacher is science teacher. He’s very strong. He has a big mouth, two big ears, two big eyes and a not too big and not too small nose. He often wears a black new shirt and brown pants, with two big shoes. My science teacher is very kind. And he is very smart, isn’t he? Today, we have science class. We are very happy. Because he is so funny. Who is he? He’s a Mr. Zhou . 三年级英语作文:a Letter --1 01:57:1 来源:   Dear He Jian,My name is Wang Jiajia. I study in Xinqi School. I’m twelve years old. I like English very much, because my English teacher is very kind. My favourite fruit is ale, because itrsquo sweet and healthy. My favourite day is Tuesday, we have computer, P.E. and English. Itrsquo a great day. Tall me about your school, please.  Your pen pal,Wang Jiajia黑龙江哈市医大二院哪个医生好哈尔滨市第九医院主页



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