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青岛医院体检项目价格表青岛中心医院官网青岛妇女月经不调怎么办 三星炸完,轮到苹果了?10月10日,一则有关郑州男子购买的iPhone 7炸裂的视频在网络传播。在视频中,这名男子称,10月2日晚,自己在拍视频时,手机突然“崩了”,变成了两半,手被炸肿,脸部也受伤了。【新闻】请看《中国日报》的报道While the explosion of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is not far behind us, a of an iPhone 7 exploding in China surfaced online on Monday, The Paper reports.据澎湃新闻报道,三星一盖乐世Note 7手机的爆炸事件还没有结束,国内发生iPhone7手机爆炸的消息又于周一在网上爆出。【讲解】explosion是爆炸。在iPhone 7炸裂的视频中可以看到,郑州一名男子称,上周他在拍摄视频(shoot a )时,玫瑰金版(rose-gold)iPhone 7突然“崩了”,变成了两半(exploded into two parts),男子手被炸肿(swollen),脸部也受伤了(his face with some injuries)。在上述视频中可以看到,这款手机炸裂后的部件未见燃烧的痕迹(leave no burn marks),电池保存完好(the battery remained in good condition)。这不同于三星Note 7起火爆炸后,机身被烧焦的情况(smoked excessively after burning)。苹果中国相关人士称,相关情况已经向总部(headquarters)反馈。这并非iPhone首次发生爆炸事故(not an isolated incident)。近日,美国媒体报道称,一名美国加州消费者的iPhone 6 Plus,在充电(charge)时发生了爆炸事件(explode)。爆炸后,她的这台iPhone 6 Plus已经彻底无法使用。本周早些时候,一位名叫Darina Hlavaty的美国大学生,因为iPhone 6 Plus在上课时突然起火(burned suddenly during a class),自己的牛仔裤被烧出了一个大洞(leaving a burnt hole in her jeans)。目前还没有据明这次iPhone 7的炸裂是单个事件(isolated incidents),还是产品批量出现问题。也不清楚苹果接下来会进一步采取哪些应对措施(resolve this issue)。 /201610/470688青岛哪个医院做引产好多钱

青岛李沧区治疗子宫肌瘤多少钱青岛李村做四维的价格 Today we complete the story "Benito Cereno" written by Herman Melville. As we told you in earlier parts of our story, rebel slaves seized the ship San Dominick off the coast of Chile. They killed many of its officers and crew. The Captain Benito Cereno was ordered to sail to Senegal. But first he was forced to take the ship to the lonely island of St. Maria near the southern end of Chile. There it could safely get water and supplies for the long dangerous voyage to Africa. At the island, the rebels were surprised and frightened when they found an American ship anchored in the harbor. It also had stopped for water. Many of the rebels wanted to sail away. But their leader Babo opposed it. They had little food and water and could not go far. Babo created a story to keep anyone from suspecting that the Spanish vessel was in the hands of rebels and that its captain was a prisoner. At first, Babo seemed successful. The captain of the American ship Amasa Delano visited the San Dominick. He suspected nothing although he was surprised by the general disorder on board. He also could not understand the strange behavior of its Captain Benito Cereno. Later incidents, however, began to worry him. Captain Delano grew more and more suspicious. At one time, he even feared that his life might be in danger. Twice he caught the Spanish captain and his servant Babo with their heads together, whispering like two conspirators. It made Captain Delano wonder: Were they plotting to kill him and seize his ship? Who were these men? Cutthroats? Pirates? Captain Delano grew nervous. Then he was happy to see his whaleboat off in the distance. It was returning with supplies for the Spanish ship. The sight of his boat calmed him. It made his suspicions and fear quickly disappear. He felt foolish for having had such dark thoughts. Now here is Shep O'Neal with the rest of our story, Benito Cereno. Captain Delano went down to Captain Cereno's cabin to cheer him up and say goodbye. "Better and better, Don Benito," he said as he entered the cabin. "Your troubles will soon be over." The American invited the Spanish captain to come aboard his boat for a cup of coffee. Cereno's eyes brightened. But then the light in them died. He shook his head and said he could not accept the invitation. Captain Delano was offended. He was about to withdraw when Don Benito rose from his chair and took Delano's hand. The Spaniard's hand shook. And he was too excited to speak. Delano pulled his hand away and turned, climbing back to the deck. His face was troubled. Captain Delano could not understand Don Benito's actions. One minute, the Spaniard was warm and polite, then just as quickly cold and hostile. Captain Delano asked himself, "Why did he refuse to join me? Why is he so unfriendly?" Captain Delano got to the deck and was about to step down into his boat when he heard his name. To his surprise, Don Benito was calling, coming quickly toward him. Captain Delano was pleased and turned back to meet him. Don Benito warmly took his hand with more energy and emotion than he had ever shown. But his excitement seemed too much for him and he could not speak. Babo then came between the two men and put his arm around Don Benito to support him. Clearly he wanted to end the meeting between the two captains. Walking between the two men, Babo went with them to the walkway. Don Benito would not let go off Captain Delano's hand. He held it tightly across his servant's body. Soon, they were standing by the ship's side, looking down into the American boat. Its crew turned up their wondering eyes. Captain Delano did not know what to do as he waited for Don Benito to let go off his hand. He wanted to step down into his boat. But Don Benito still firmly held his hand. Then in an excited voice, the Spaniard said, "I can go no further, here I must say goodbye. Farewell my dear, dear Don Amasa. Go, go." And he tore his hand loose. "Go and God protect you better than he did me. Go, Don Amasa my, best friend." Captain Delano was deeply moved. He would have stayed for another minute or so. But he caught the eye of Babo. It seemed to say, "This is bad for Don Benito's health." And so he quickly took the short step down into his boat with the continuing farewells of Don Benito who stood rooted at the ship's side. Captain Delano sat down in the back of his boat, gave Don Benito a last salute, and ordered his men to push off. The boat began to move. Suddenly, Don Benito sprang over the side and came down at Delano's feet. And he kept shouting toward the Spanish ship. His cries were so wild that no one could understand him. An American officer asked, "What does this mean?" Captain Delano turned up a cold smile upon Captain Cereno and said he neither knew nor cared. "It seems," he added, "that the Spaniard has taken it into his head to give his people the idea that we want to kidnap him. Or else..." And suddenly Captain Delano shouted, "Watch out for your lives." He saw Babo, the servant, on the rail above with a dagger in his hand. He was y to jump, what followed happened so quickly that Captain Delano could not tell one incident from another. They all came together in one great blur of violent action and excitement. As Babo came down, Captain Delano flung Don Benito aside and caught the rebel leader pulling the dagger from his hand. He pushed Babo firmly down in the bottom of the boat, which now began to pick up speed. Then Babo with his one free hand pulled a second dagger from his clothes and struck at Captain Cereno. Captain Delano knocked it from his hand. Now he saw everything clearly. Babo had leaped into the whaleboat, not to kill him but to kill Captain Cereno. For the first time, he understood the mysterious behavior of Don Benito, a prisoner under sentence of death. He looked back at the Spanish ship and got a clear picture of what its captain had escaped. On board the San Dominick, the shouting rebels were raising their axes and knives in a wild revolt. They stopped some of the Spanish sailors from jumping into the sea. A few, however, jumped while two or three who were not quick enough went hurrying off the topmost wood arms. Captain Delano signaled to his ship, ordering it to get its guns y. When the whaleboat reached his ship, Captain Delano asked for ropes. He tied Babo and had him pulled up on deck. A small boat was quickly sent out to pick up three Spanish sailors who had jumped from Captain Cereno's ship. Captain Delano asked Don Benito what guns the rebels had. He answered that they had none that could be used. In the first days of the rebellion, a cabin passenger, now dead, had destroyed the few guns there were. The Americans fired six shots at the San Dominick. But the rebel ship moved out of reach. Small boats were armed and lowered. Captain Delano ordered his men into them and they moved out to capture the rebel ship. The boats caught up with the San Dominick when it was nearly night. But the moon was rising and the gunners were able to see where they were shooting. The rebels had no bullets. And they could do nothing but yell. Many of the rebels were killed and the San Dominick was captured. After an investigation, Babo was found guilty of stealing a ship and of murder, and was hanged. Captain Benito Cereno never was well again. And he soon died. So ended the terrible story of the slave revolt aboard the slave ship, the San Dominick. You have just heard the American Story "Benito Cereno". It was written by Herman Melville. Your storyteller was Shep O'Neal. Join us again next week for another American story in VOA Special English. I'm Faith Lapidus Article/200801/23675青岛妇科体检价格

黄岛处女膜再修补每天一个生活口语话题,一段地道的举例回答,并附有详细的词汇,发音及用法讲解。讲解材料选自当今最先进最有效的英语原版教材,更加贴近生活。每天坚持听讲解,并根据问题练习,给自己一个地道输入和输出的机会,你也可以张口自信说英语。主题:Are you more energetic in the morning or in the evening?Um…It’s hard to say. Usually you are supposed to feel energetic in the morning and sleepy at night. But things have gone a different way in modern society. People stay up and active at night and feel drowsy in the morning. In my case, if I sleep well at night, I feel energetic in the morning, if not, it will be the other way around.Be supposed to do sth: 应该Drowsy:困顿的If not: 如果不是的话The other way around: 反过来 /201701/485945 释义:bring somebody something 给某人带来某物在这里,bring 表示“给某人带来某物”。如果先说对象的话,就是 bring something for。例句:Could you bring me the newspaper?能帮我带报纸吗?What did you bring me today?你今天拿什么来的?We brought you some wine.我们给你拿了几瓶红酒。对话:A: Thanks, I will return soon.非常感谢,我会尽快回来的。B: Bring me a coffee on your way back.回来的路上帮我带杯咖啡。 /201704/501707青岛月经少怎么治青岛妇幼保健医院子宫肌瘤多少钱

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