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黑龙江省哈尔滨市第八医院电话号码黑龙江省哈尔滨市人民医院打胎一般要花多少钱万圣节是西方传统节日。万圣节前夜,当夜幕降临,孩子们穿上五颜六色的化妆,戴上千奇百怪的面具。有的披上漆黑长衫,骑着“魔帚”,扮作女巫;有的裹上白床单装鬼;有的戴上画有骷髅旗的帽子扮成海盗…… Next to Christmas, Halloween is the most commercialized celebration in the ed States and Canada. This ancient festival originated far from North America however, and centuries before the first European set foot on the continent. The ancient Druids 督伊德教(古代高卢人与不列颠人的一种宗教)的教徒 who inhabited what we now call Great Britain placed great importance on the passing of one season to the next, holding "Fire Festivals" which were celebrated for three days (two days on either side of the day itself). One of these festivals was called Samhain (pronounced Sha-Von) and it took place on October 31 through to November 1. During this period, it was believed that the boundaries between our world and the world of the dead were weakened, allowing spirits of the recently dead to cross over and possess the living. In order to make themselves and their homes less inviting to these wayward spirits, the ancient Celts(凯尔特人)would douse (插入水中, 把弄熄, 弄湿)all their fires. There was also a secondary purpose to this, after extinguishing all their fires, they would re-light them from a common source, the Druidic fire that was kept burning at Usinach, in the Middle of Ireland. Samhain was considered to be a gateway not only from the land of the dead to the land of the living, but also between Summer and Fall/Winter. For the Druids, this was the last gasp (喘息, 气喘)of summer (it was also the Celtic New Year), so therefore they made sure it went out with a bang before they had to button down (把...弄清楚)for the winter ahead. They would dress up in bizarre costumes and parade through their villages causing destruction in order to scare off any recently departed souls who might be prowling (巡游)for bodies to inhabit, in addition to burning animals and other offerings to the Druidic deities(神, 神性). It is also a popular belief that they would burn people who they believed to be possessed, but this has largely been debunked (揭穿, 拆穿假面具, 暴露)as myth. This yearly festival was adopted by the Roman invaders, who helped to propagate (传播, 宣传)it throughout the rest of the world (and at that time, the Roman Empire was the world). The word "Halloween" itself actually comes from a contraction of All Hallows Eve, or All Saint's Day (November 1), which is a Catholic day of observance in honor of saints. This tradition was later brought to the North American continent by Irish immigrants who were escaping the Potato Famine in their homeland. In addition to the festival itself, the immigrants brought several customs with them, including one of the symbols most commonly associated with Halloween -- the Jack 'O Lantern. According to Irish folklore, there once lived a man named Jack who was known for being a drunk and a prankster(顽皮的人, 爱开玩笑的人). One night Jack tricked the devil into climbing a tree, and quickly carved an image of a cross on the trunk, trapping the devil. Jack then made him promise that, in exchange for letting him out of the tree, the Devil would never tempt him to sin again. He reluctantly agreed, but was able to exact his revenge upon Jack's death. Because of his mischievous ways in life, Jack was barred from entering heaven and because of his earlier trick, he was also barred from hell. So he was doomed to wander the earth until the end of time, with only a single ember(灰烬, 余烬) (carried in a hollowed out turnip.[植]芜箐, 芜箐甘蓝) to warm him and light his way. In Ireland, they originally also used turnips for their "Jack Lanterns", but upon arriving in the new world, they discovered that pumpkins were abundant and easier to carve out.- /200804/36478黑龙江省医院治疗宫颈糜烂好吗 调查表明:女性“下床气”比男性严重Women are grumpier than men after waking up in the morning.Menknow better than torub their wives the wrong wayin the morning andhave their heads bitten off, for 6 in 7 women are in a foul mood after waking up.A new research has found that not only are women grumpier than men, but also that they remain in a foul mood for longer. A survey by The Sleep Council showed a quarter of men never wake up in a bad mood, compared to just one in seven women.And reeling from a sleepless night, caused mainly by stress and worry, 13 per cent of women remain in a bad mood for up to four hours, compared to ten per cent of men.Jessica Alexander of the Sleep Council said women's grumpiness may be worsened because they shoulder most of the household chores in the morning."Twenty-eight per cent of women as opposed to only 5 per cent of men do any housekeeping before going to work," she was ed by the DailyMail, as saying."It tends to be them that prepares the breakfast, spends time with the children, check their emails andattend to their beauty regime. Women far outweigh men in having a busy and packed morning.So what do men do? Apparently just get up and go out: 17 per cent of them spend only 10 minutes on their wake up and get out routine," she added.The survey found that four in ten people believe a disturbed night is the main reason for grumpiness in the morning.Nearly one in five of the population say they never really get a good night's sleep.7个女人中有6个都有“下床气”,所以,先生们都懂得早晨最好不要惹太太生气,免得吃不了兜着走。一项最新调查发现,女性早晨起床后脾气要比男性暴躁,而且持续的时间比较长。睡眠研究会所做的一项调查显示,没有“下床气”的男性占四分之一,而女性只有七分之一。由压力和忧虑导致的失眠是起床后情绪不佳的主要原因。13%的女性的“下床气”会持续四个小时之久,而男性中只有10%的人有类似情形。睡眠研究会的杰西卡·亚历山大说,由于女性早上得做很多家务活,所以她们的“下床气”更为严重。《每日邮报》援引她的话说:“28%的女性早晨上班前得料理家务,而男性中只有5%的人需要做这些事。”“女人们早上起床后得做早餐、照看孩子、上网查邮件、自己还要梳妆打扮一番,她们比男人忙多了。那么,男人们都做些什么呢?很简单,起床上班。17%的男人整个过程只需要花10分钟。”调查显示,40%的人认为,睡眠不好是早晨脾气暴躁的主要原因。近五分之一的调查对象说,他们晚上从来没有睡过一个好觉。Vocabulary:know better than to do sth. : 懂得…而不去做…rub sb. the wrong way: to annoy,irritate(惹恼;惹某人生气)bite off one's head : to respond to a comment in an angry or reproachful way(没好气的回答)attend to beauty regime : 指“梳妆打扮”、“美容护理” /200803/32057哈尔滨市平房区人民医院是几甲

平房区妇女医院诊疗哈尔滨市医大三院在线咨询 Tighten your belt刚刚才发薪水,有人提议这个周末大家一起上馆子打打牙祭。我因为想要减肥,好穿新近买的一条短裙,推辞说: “No, I don#39;t think I can make it. I want to tighten my belt.”后来,Mary悄悄地问我:“如果你最近手头不方便的话, 我能帮你什么忙吗?”不会啊,不是早晨才发了薪水吗?我被她问得一头雾水,解释半天才弄明白。原来, “tighten my belt” 是指经济拮据,必须节衣缩食度日。例如: “The harvest was bad last year, we all had to tighten our belts.”  Whipping boy大家可能对 “scapegoat”的意思非常熟悉,但是对 “whipping boy ”可能并不熟悉,实际上二者的意思非常接近。Whipping boy 的比喻义就是“充当替罪羊的人或物,代人受过”。这个短语在实际中用途颇多。如:“ one #39;right#39; way to teach ing……To support phonics instruction and make the advocates of #39;whole language#39; the whipping boy does a disservice to our schools and teachers” (摘自1997年《时代周刊》);又如:“Building 31 also is not immune from the siege mentality that generally can mark Microsoft. #39;We#39;re very much a whipping boy in the academic community#39;”  With bells on周末准备开个Party,给朋友们发了请柬,收到的回信大都写着:“I would be there with bells on.” 这一句话弄的我不知道他们是来还是不来,是不是都要送我一个铃铛(bell)。With bells on 最普通的用法是用于非正式场合,意思是渴望做某事,准备玩个痛快(early; y to enjoy oneself)。如果请柬的回信上写着I#39;ll be there with bells on,那么回信的人不仅仅是期盼着某一场合(通常是聚会)的到来,同时还要为活动助兴,贡献自己的节目,让大家感到尽兴。With bells on的用法是非常有局限性的。多数情况下它的用法已经固定化、格式化,可以说已经成为社会礼仪用法的一部分,并被广泛应用于回复喜庆活动的邀请。使用这个短语意在向主人保被应邀人届时肯定会到场并确信活动会搞得气氛热烈。而且with bells on 前面也一定会加上一句“I will be there”或者“I would be there”。如果你是被邀请去看电影,那么千万别用being there with bells on做回复语;如果你收到哈佛大学的录取通知书,你也千万别回复他们“I will be there in September with bells on”, 否则,一切都要被你给搅浑了。当然了,这个句子并不是永远都是由七个单词组成。F. Scott Fitzgerald在他的作品Beautiful amp; Damned(1922)里使用这个句子时,就把短语最后面的介词给拿掉了。他在这样写到:“All-ll-ll righty. I#39;ll be there with bells”。人们大多认为这个短语的起源和喜庆活动中使用铃铛有关系(手指、脚指上挂满铃铛最能营造节日气氛)。也有人认为这和活跃气氛的小丑帽子上一个个像小铃铛一样的装饰品很有关系。  Sleep tight当我把三岁的女儿抱到床上,对她说:“Sleep tight”的时候,她却反问我:“妈妈,#39;Sleep tight#39;是什么意思?是不是我的被子得盖得严严(tight)的?”其实不然,sleep tight是指睡的好,睡的香。一位威斯彻斯特县(Westchester County)的导游曾介绍这个短语的来源,他说“Sleep tight”是指过去人们床板上的鬃绳,稻草的垫子就铺在纵横交错的鬃绳上,鬃绳起到弹簧的作用。这些鬃绳要定期的进行绷紧,睡着才舒,否则鬃绳则变的松松垮垮,很不舒。很多网站也都引用了这种说法。也有的说法说Sleep tight 的来历和海军有直接关系。因为海军用的吊床只有把绳子勒紧时才会睡得舒。按照牛津字典的解释,副词tightly在17世纪晚期的意思是soundly, properly或well.莎士比亚《温莎的风流娘儿们》(The Merry Wives of Windsor)有这样的句子“Hold Sirha, beare you these letters tightly.” 18世纪晚期tight有soundly(熟睡的), roundly(完全的)的意思。1898玛丽-阿奈特-冯-阿尼姆在她的《伊莉莎白和她的德国花园》(Elizabeth and Her German Garden)里写“She had been so tight asleep.”有一段民间儿童诗歌,其中tight的意思就是soundly.诗歌创作的具体时间无从考,不过诗歌最后两行明显透露着维多利亚时代的文风。Good night, sleep tight,Wake up brightIn the morning lightTo do what#39;s rightWith all your might.大多数美国儿童可能对下面这段形成于19世纪的儿歌更为熟悉:“Good night, sleep tight. Don#39;t let the bed bugs bite.”  ShoestringShoestring(鞋带),如果有人对你说: “I started my business on a shoestring”,你可别认为他是卖鞋带起家的。“To do business or to operate on a shoestring” 是说“用极少的本钱开始做生意”,所以上面那句话的意思是“我开始创业时只有极少的资金。”如果用“on a shoestring”来形容一个人的经济状况,那这个人的日子肯定过得“上顿不接下顿”(living hand to mouth) ,也就是说这个人离破产不远了。Shoestring(鞋带)为什么会有这些意思,是因为鞋带都很细而且不结实?我们现在很难确定shoestring成为“钱少得可怜”的代名词到底起源于何处。Christine Ammer 在《美国习语词典》(The American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms)提出了这样一种有趣的设想:在英国,被关进监狱的负债人,把两根鞋带接起来栓到一只鞋子上,把这只鞋子从窗口塞出去,悬挂在监狱的外墙上,希望籍此得到窗外偶尔路过的行人施舍的钱财。这种说法听起来很有创意,实际上不过是一则毫无根据的想象而已。认为鞋带本身细而不坚实的特征是使shoestring让人联想到“小额资金”的说法也许还比较有说力。鞋带的细长(slender shoestring)正好和资金的微薄(slender resources)在英语中是一个词。说了半天问题还是没有解决;为什么要选择“鞋带”作为“贫困”的象征?虽说找不到完全确定的,不过我们可以从19世纪后期美国人的著作当中寻得一些蛛丝马迹。我们知道,一副鞋带万一有一条坏了的话,另外一条可以保留下来捆绑点小东西什么的。作家们发现用“鞋带”来表达确确实实存在、作用和价值又非常有限的事物是再合适不过了。1859年7月份的《亚特兰大月刊》上有这样一句引语:“If, now, I had in my possession even an old shoestring that had ever been his, I would beg you to return it to him, and find out for me where I can go never to see him”又如:“Those who have all their lives been in the habit of depending upon sight for everything, from the study of philosophy and the Scriptures to the tying of a shoestring, cannot seem to understand that hearing and touch may with practice be made to serve nearly all purposes about as well, and some very much better” (摘自The Century收录的一篇写于1887年关于盲人教育的文章)。撇开shoestring起源的种种说法不说,自19世纪90年代早期,shoestring一出现就使人联想到“资金的匮乏”,尤其是指那些在非常小的赌金上下赌注的赌徒,他们被称为shoestring gamblers.《牛津英语词典》在1904年对这种用法专门做了一个词条,并收录了下面的例句:“ He……speculated #39;on a shoe-string#39;——an exceedingly slim margin”。从此以后,这个词条一直很有生命力。现在,on a shoestring 和shoestring应用的语言环境非常的宽松,如:“globetrotting(环球旅行)on a shoestring” ,广告中出现的“Adventures on a Shoestring” .在这些用法当中,shoestring的意思显然没有“赤贫、贫困”的意思,这里所说的shoestring是指量力而行的省钱的安排。 /201303/230338哈尔滨省第三人民医院可以用社保卡吗

黑龙江省中医大附属第一医院男科专家 夫妻斗嘴比生闷气更有益于健康A good fight with your spouse could be good for the health, a new study has found.Couples who suppressed their anger have a mortality rate twice as high as those in which at least one partner stands up for themselves, according to the study which tracked 192 US couples for 17 years."When couples get together, one of their main jobs is reconciliation about conflict," said lead author Ernest Harburg, an emeritus professor with the University of Michigan."The key matter is, when the conflict happens, how do you resolve it?" he said."If you bury your anger, and you brood on it and you resent the other person or the attacker, and you don't try to resolve the problem, then you're in trouble."Previous studies have shown that suppressing anger increases stress-related illnesses like heart disease and high blood pressure.This study looks at how suppressed anger and the resulting buildup of resentment in a marriage affects overall mortality rates.Harburg and his colleagues used a questionnaire to determine how the spouses responded to behaviour that they perceived as unfair.Both spouses suppressed their anger in 26 of the couples while at least one spouse expressed their anger in the remaining 166 couples.At least one death was recorded in half the couples who suppressed their anger, whereas only 26 percent of the other couples suffered from the death of a spouse.And the anger-supressing couples were nearly five times more likely to both be dead 17 years later, the study found.The study was carried out in a small, predominantly white and middle class town in Michigan and most of the women were "housewives" born before the sexual revolution.An upcoming analysis of survival rates 30 years later will yield more reliable results, Harburg said 一项最新研究发现,夫妻双方在必要的时候斗斗嘴有益于身体健康。该研究对192对美国夫妇进行了长达17年的跟踪调查。研究发现,夫妻间生闷气的比至少有一方为自己争辩的死亡率高一倍。研究报告主要撰写人、密歇根大学退休教授欧尼斯特#8226;哈伯格说:“夫妻相处的一个主要问题就是如何调解矛盾。”“关键问题在于,发生矛盾时你应该怎样去解决它?”“如果你把怨气憋在心里,耿耿于怀,对对方愤恨不满,而不想办法去解决问题,那就麻烦了。”之前有研究表明,生闷气会增加患心脏病和高血压等与紧张有关的疾病的风险。该研究对夫妻之间生闷气以及由此导致的怨恨积聚对总体死亡率的影响进行了探究。哈伯格及其同事通过问卷调查来测定受访夫妇对他们所认为的“不公平”行为如何反应。调查结果显示,有26对夫妇双方都生闷气,其余的166对夫妇中至少有一方发泄不满。生闷气夫妇的死亡率至少为50%,而发泄不满夫妇的死亡率仅为26%。此外,研究发现,经常生闷气的夫妇17年后双亡的几率为其他夫妇的近五倍。该研究在美国密歇根州一个以白人和中产阶级为主的小镇开展,其中大多数女性为“家庭妇女”,均出生于美国性革命(美国性革命爆发于20世纪60年代)之前。哈伯格说,研究人员将对这些夫妇30年后的存活率进行研究分析,这一分析得出的结果会更加可靠。 /200803/32063黑龙江第九人民医院几点开门哈尔滨那儿宫颈糜烂医院好些



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