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攀枝花市中心医院鼻炎怎么样成都市第二人民医院耳朵疾病看怎么样好不好9V]hnq6Xe%%a!z7Z@q-nPDts0dHWzS*a~8fV1He had a beautiful car. It was a Cadillac. It was a 1993 Cadillac. It was a four-door Cadillac. It was light brown. It had a big engine. The big engine didn’t leak oil. The big engine didn’t leak water. He drove his car only five miles a day. He took good care of his car. He washed it every week. He washed it by himself. He washed it with dishwashing soap and water. He dried it with paper towels. He vacuumed inside the car every week. He vacuumed it with a small vacuum cleaner. The outside of his car was clean. The inside of his car was clean. He never ate anything inside his car. He never drank anything inside his car.tP6,a]~WREifMW-#JjL0QJdzvPmIzZi.H5n[Kwt+VNRZwz]]0_i~ 1376德阳市妇幼保健院声带息肉怎么样 B. Keywords. art gallery, main entrance, transparency, contrast.Vocabulary. transparency, complement, continuity, Palais du Louvre, Glass Pyramid.B1. You are going to hear an introduction of Palais du Louvre and the Louvre Pyramid. Complete the following facts.The Palais du Louvre stands at the heart of Paris, and houses one of the world greatest collections of works of art.The original palace dates from 7, and it was extended and added to over the next four centuries.It was first used as a public art gallery in 93.In 1981, the Chinese-American architect Ieoh Ming Pei was commissioned to redevelop the public part of the Louvre and create more space reception areas and services.He designed the famous Glass Pyramid, which serves as the main entrance to the building, leading underground to the museum and art gallery.The pyramid is 1 meters high and 33 meters wide, and uses a combination of steel tubes, cables and sheet glass.It completed in 1988, and quickly became a major tourist attraction in its own right.B. Now youre going to hear an architect commenting on the Louvre Pyramid, fill in the blanks according to what you hear.I like the Louvre Pyramid because of its transparency, because you can just look through it and it has a very light effect.It is not heavy and it made of glass and so it looks like a light object.And I like it its contrast of shapes, because it is such a contrast to the Louvre building that in fact it doesnt interfere with the beauty of the Louvre, but it even, it emphasizes the beauty of the Louvre.And in the evening when this pyramid is lighted, it just a source of light to put the Louvre into a new light. And this has me also a symbolic meaning.And it is such an unexpected shape in this urban context, just to use a traditional shape of a pyramid built in new materials with new technologies, high-tech and so on, that it is a completely surprising effect.So that people get shocked by it or they like it, but there is nobody who would be uninvolved or who could just pass and not notice this building. So it something you have to look at.And I think this is also very important in building and creating something in the cities, and exactly example close to these historical buildings which are such a...they are so sensitive topics that nobody dares to touch them.I think the right thing is really to put something so contradictory to it that they stand in dialogue with each other and they dont even try to complement each other.Because it would have been the biggest mistake to try to build something similar to the Louvre, to put a building which would copy the Louvre,because it would just mean that we dont live in continuity, the architecture doesnt continue its history, but it would mean that architecture stands still on the level of th century, and that would be a lie. 631Robert: This little red fruit looks good. What it good ?Uranda: That a lucky fruit called hong zao! People say that if you eat them, you will have your first son very soon!Robert: Uh..., Im not even married yet. How about this brown dried fruit?Uranda: Gui yuan are lucky, too! If you eat them, youll have a very sweet life!Robert: And how about these little brown chips?Uranda: Oh, that deer horn. That helps you...umm, how should I put it?hong zao   红枣(音)Gui yuan   桂圆(音)How should I put it   我该怎么说呢?罗 伯:这红色的小水果很好看它有什么功效?优兰达:这个幸运的水果叫做红枣!大家说吃了会早生贵子!罗 伯:喔……我都还没结婚呢那这个棕色的水果干呢?优兰达:桂圆也会带来幸运!吃了之后就会有甜蜜的生活!罗 伯:那这些棕色的小薄片呢?优兰达:噢,那是鹿茸,可以帮你……嗯,这该怎么说呢? 333乐山市妇幼保健院耳鼻喉好吗

内江市第六人民医院过敏性鼻炎怎么样A:It is estimated that on any given morning, the average person uses up to cosmetic products bee they leave the home. But is it possible that we are exposing ourselves to harmful chemicals that can affect our health? Author and self-proclaimed make-up addict Stacy Malkan is challenging the cosmetics industry by releasing her book, Not Just a Pretty Face, the ugly side of the beauty industry. And she joins us in our studio with more. A:Welcome! (Hello, thank you.) This is alarming Because everybody, men and women, we use all kind of products. Let's take a look at this list that we put together from your book, some of the problems that we will find. We're talking lead in lipstick, some of the other things you have as phthalates in lotions, neurotoxins in the mascara we use and coal tar in shampoo. First of all, why is this in there and how bad is this? B:Well, many products, untunately, and we are talking about shampoos, deodorants, lotion, make-up, even baby shampoos, contain carcinogens, hormone-disrupting chemicals, chemicals that have never been tested health effects. And we're putting these chemicals on our bodies, in our hair, on our babies, day after day, and the toxic exposures are adding up. A:Ok, and what it will do in to us? B:Well, we see, untunately as we know, many increases in er, certain types of cancer, infertility, learning disabilities, there's a lot of evidence showing that chemical pollutants are contributing to those increases in chronic diseases. So we think that it's a good idea to reduce toxic exposures wherever we can, you know, starting with the products we are putting on our bodies. A:OK, now let's talk about some of the things that you brought. (Yeah.) Because, you know, here's the, that shampoo there (Yes.) that we probably all used at one time or another. B:Yes, we analyzed a dozen popular baby shampoos and children's bubble baths and found that found all of them contained one,four-dioxin which is a probable human carcinogen according to the EPA, was not listed on the labels. Companies don't have to tell us about contaminants or fragrance chemicals. So often toxins that aren't on the label are in the products. This is a very cute product, you know, obviously meant to appeal to children, (bubble bath, ah-ha. ) has a warning label right on it that says prolonged exposure may cause urinary tract irritation. (Let me turn this around, yeah, I haven't seen that bee.) and actually many children's products have that. (Really?) You dont really want kids sitting in the tub a long period of time with these chemicals. A:OK, you know, I'm looking at this choking hazard warning sign, I don't think I would even notice there's the other one. OK. B:And I found this, you know, at ground level, where a child will find it and grab it not let go of it.A:Ok, lipstick, we wear it every day! B:Well, lipstick, yes, we found 61% of lipsticks contain lead, including some high-end brands, this is a $. tube of lipstick that definitely does not need to contain lead, (Ok, and finally these products) er, some of the more toxic products, very disturbingly, are targeted at women of color. We see skin whitening creams, this has hydroquinone, highly toxic, banned in Europe, legal, er, in the US. And then, here's another example of a product hair relaxer, targeting children. You know, that's a five-year-old on the cover. A: Now I have to ask you have there been scientific studies to prove to us that these are harmful to us because, we are, were just going to take your word this, but I'm sure there are some people who would say this is not true. B:Yeah, well, what we know is that some of these chemicals are unknown to cause cancer, health effects. You know, the companies will say it's just a little bit of toxin (Right.) in the baby shampoo. Yes, it's true but we're using these products everyday and then the exposures are adding up. A:Well, what about the FDA? what about the EPA? Isn't somebody regulating this industry? B:Well, most people are surprised to find out NO. Companies can put any chemical nearly into personal care products, no safety testing, without telling us everything that's on the label. So, this industry needs to be regulated. And that's what we're working toward. A:All right, raising awareness. OK, what can we do if we don't want to use any of these. I mean if you want to use the right stuff? What do you do? B:Ok, simplify. Looking , er, look at product labels, look fewer chemicals, try to avoid synthetic fragrance, we also have a database where you can look up products called "Skin-deep free database" at safecosmetics.org. So, you know, there are tocsin resources us to do our own research and until the industry is regulated, that's what we have to do. A:Ok, I know you're wearing a little foundation, I don't see your lipstick on it. Is that on purpose? B:Well, I do wear makeup, I love makeup. I believe all makeup can and should be safe. A:OK, Malkan, and you, we have some help now. So, if you'd like to know more about all of this, you can go to our website abc7chicago.com, click on "see it on TV" and the website you mentioned will be there too? Thank you very much. B:Yes, safecosmetics.org.A:And you were speaking of the Sunday event, which is also on our site.B:Yes, Sunday at the Green Festival, check out the Green Festival Sunday at noon. A:OK, thank you so much joining us today. B:Thank you.【词汇注释】make-up n.构成ugly a.丑陋的phthalate:【化】邻苯二甲酸盐neurotoxin:【化】 神经毒素deodorant:【化】 除臭剂; 芳香剂carcinogen:n. 致癌物质urinary tract:【医】 泌尿道 hydroquinone:【化】 氢醌; 对苯二酚 65酉阳土家族苗族自治县看咽炎大概多少钱费用 重庆市第三军医大学大坪医院声带小结治疗的价格

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