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赣州好的瘦小腿整形医院是哪家章贡区治疗胎记多少钱The hotel is run by owner Mrs. Fleischer. "It's so nervous." For years, her friends have been trying to convince her to undertake a tandem parachute jump. And now, at the ripe old age of 65, she has finally agreed to take the plunge. Skydiving isn't for the faint-hearted, But it can be for the young-at-heart. She has a good jump and lands conveniently, directly in front of her own hotel. "I want to do it again." "It was good. You did a great job,ma'am." "Grandmother has survived." Her first jump is a big event in Voss and a reason for all her friends to 1 with champagne. Meanwhile, our German couple, C. and L. decide to take on one of the most spectacular boat trips in Norway. They are on their way to see the Geirangerfjord. (Hello.) First stop on the boat is the captin's deck and a special look at what goes on behind the scenes. It's very interesting to see all these stuff inside. I think we have … Autopilot they get, huh? The monitor and … The landscape is worth taking a closer look. They can see the first outlined parts of the fjord. This is the fjord of all fjords. The Geiranger is the embodiment of the Norwegian idyllic countryside. A 2 relic of the Ice Age, it has 1000-meter-high sheer rockfaces and branches penetrating up to 100 kilometers in land.注释:① take the plunge 冒险尝试;采取决定性步骤例句:1.The climber never seems to take the plunge until he gets to know the mountain. 登山者在对大山了如指掌之前是不会轻易冒险攀登的。② tandem n. 串联;串座双人自行车 adj. 串联的例句:1. How many people are going to do a tandem jump?一共有多少人参加跳伞活动?2. I've never ridden a tandem bicycle before.我从来没骑过双人自行车。③ embodiment n. 体现;化身;具体化例句:1. She's the embodiment of kindness. 她是慈祥的化身。2. The new factory is the embodiment of the very latest ideas. 这座新工厂是那些最新设想的体现。课后题目: 学习完后,你能告诉我文章中空缺的单词吗?201110/156396赣州一针除皱多少钱 Snarky no more: UK issues Olympics etiquette guideHold off from hugging an Indian, don't be alarmed if the French are rude and never mistake a Canadian for an American.Britain's national tourism agency issued guidelines Wednesday on the etiquette of dealing with the hundreds of thousands of foreign visitors who will be coming to London for the 2012 Summer Olympics.Seeking to help the country's sometimes snarky citizens offer a warmer welcome, VisitBritain has updated its advice for anyone likely to work with travelers arriving from overseas — from hotel staff to taxi drivers.Other tips: Don't go around asking Brazilians personal questions and never be bossy with visitors from the Middle East."Giving our foreign visitors a friendly welcome is absolutely vital to our economy," said Sandie Dawe, chief executive officer of the agency. "With hundreds of thousands of people thinking of coming to Britain in the run-up to the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012, this new advice is just one of the ways that VisitBritain is helping the tourism industry care for their customers."About 30 million people visit Britain each year, spending about 16.6 billion pounds ( billion). The 2012 Olympics is likely to bring in an additional 2.1 billion (.3 billion) in tourism revenue, according to a government estimate, and about 320,000 extra visitors from overseas during the games in July and August 2012.VisitBritain said research it had conducted found tourists believe Britons are honest and efficient — but not the most pleasant. Britain is ranked 14th out of 50 in the Anholt-GfK Roper Nation Brands Index on the quality of welcome offered to visitors, the tourism agency said.背单词 — 装英语词汇201008/111392Japan robots chat, play -- and help find lost specsRobots that can chat, find misplaced glasses, draw aeroplanes and play with your children are attracting thousands of visitors during an expo in Tokyo as Japan adapts to changes in society.Robots, such as the sound-sensitive Chapit, answer simple questions and even joke with people to help the solitary fight loneliness and stay alert in old age."Many older people in Japan live alone and have no one to talk to," said Kazuya Kitamura, a representative of the expo organizer. "Communication robots accompany people and don't mind listening to the same stories over and over again."While Chapit, a relatively simple robot, managed to attract a corporate partner, many researchers, such as Kiyoshi Matsumoto, a professor at the University of Tokyo, struggle to attract sponsors for more expensive projects.Matsumoto's "Personal Mobility Robot," equipped with four cameras and a sensor to recognize the user's centre of gravity, is designed to help elderly move around without pressing buttons, using joysticks or rotating wheels as in traditional wheelchairs.The robot can also help find misplaced spectacles by identifying them with a sensor."We have developed a robot that can assist many people, but because of the high cost, we still haven't found a sponsor," said Matsumoto, who added that the cost of the machine, if mass-produced, would be comparable to that of a compact car."In the current economic environment there are few companies willing to invest in such a costly project," he said.Other robots, such as the award-winning "DiGRO" can support busy parents who have little time to play with their children.The robot can use the Internet to find a simple image and then draw pictures, keeping children company while parents work.Japan has one of the world's fastest-ageing societies and the government predicts that by 2050 the proportion of people over 65 will reach 40 percent.Vocabulary:mass-produced: produced or manufactured (goods) in large quantities, esp. by machinery(大量生产的)compact car: 小型汽车背单词 — 装英语词汇201008/110347赣南医学院第三附属医院去疤多少钱

赣州俪人整形修眉多少钱Did the pandas in China’s Wolong Reserve know that Monday’s earthquake was coming before it hit? A British tourist watching the pandas as the quake struck offered a keen observation. "They had been really lazy and just eaten a little bit of bamboo and, and all of a sudden they were sort of parading around their pen. And, looking back[1], they must have sensed something was wrong." Some scientists say animals can sense impending danger by detecting subtle or abrupt shifts in the environment. When the tsunami hit in 2004, there were reports that elephants in Sri Lanka fled to higher ground well before the waves crashed into the coastline. National Geographic grantee and Panda researcher Marc Brody says some animal species, such as elephants who are known to hear low frequency sound waves, hear things sonically and may get an early warning. Some animal species have a greater awareness than humans of vibrations in the ground. And they may sense smaller tremors prior to a big earthquake. A group of tourists was airlifted to safety from Wolong and taken to the provincial capital of Chengdu on Thursday morning. "We were looking forward then to moving onto the larger panda, where we were not sure whether that panda was going to come out of the enclosure or whether that someone was goinginto an enclosure just to be with thatpanda. So we were waiting for that to happen and then suddenly we had this horrendous noise which is just what you can't describe out what it’s like, it’s just a huge huge noise and the land shaking underneath, you[2]… " Twelve Americans, part of a World Wildlife Fund-sponsored tour of China, were visiting the Panda Reserve in Wolong when the earthquake struck. "Certainly it was a surreal experience to be standing there going through a, whatever was 7.9 Richter earthquake surrounded by 25 pandas all sort of[3] reacting to that as well. " Wolong’s 86 pandas were reported safe on Tuesday. The 7.9 magnitude earthquake hit on Monday with the epicenter near Wolong Reserve. Rescuers are still making their way to the more remote areas affected. So far the death toll stands at almost 20,000 and is expected to climb higher as rescue efforts progress. Notes: [1] looking back 是惯用构型,属独立主格结构。可译为:现在回过头去看。[2] 省略内容为: ...and the first thing that we all thought to do was to run.”[3] sort ofsomewhat. Vocabulary Mix:pen: small piece of land surrounded by a fence for keeping pandas in surreal: unlike reality, esp in having combinations or strange distortions of things, as in a dream; fantastic; bizarre 200811/55625赣州俪人男科医院去除狐臭多少钱 But Jobs and his team stick to their vision. In 1991, Pixar gets it break, signing a deal with Disney to produce 3 full-length computer animated films.但是乔布斯和他的团队依旧坚持他们的观点。在1991年皮克斯公司会彻底决裂,和迪斯尼签署一项用计算机制作3部动画电影的协议。I love the Toy Story series, I just do.我喜欢《玩具总动员》系列,我就是喜欢。Toy Story is followed by one hit after another.《玩具总动员》一集接着一集,势头迅猛。We are all proved wrong, yet again by Steve Jobs. He had figured out this was going to be a big thing and he was gonna help make a big thing.史蒂夫?乔布斯再次明我们是错误的。他已经预料到这将会是一次重大事件,他也使它成为重大事件。I dont just love the incredibles. I love Pixar. I love what they are about, what they do, what they stand for the product they put out the product respects the audience.我不只喜欢《超人特工队》。我爱皮克斯公司。我喜欢他们所做的,他们的精良制作让观众为之敬佩。Its bigger than even Steve Jobs could have imagined. In 2006, Disney buys Pixar for 7.4 billion dollars. This mouse proves to be more lucrative for Jobs than this one.事实远超过史蒂夫;乔布斯的想象。在2006年,迪斯尼公司以74亿美元购买皮克斯公司。这只老鼠在乔布斯看起来更加唯利是图。词语解释:1. vision n. 洞察力,眼光2. incredible a. 难以置信的3. audience n. 观众201111/161919赣州整形医院去眼袋

瑞金市妇幼保健人民医院祛疤痕多少钱The tantalizing mysteries of Stonehenge may have come one step closer toward being solved. New radiocarbon dates of human cremation burials there indicate that Stonehenge was used as a cemetery from its inception just after 3,000 until well after the large sarsen stones went up around 2,500 . Archeologist Mike Parker Pearson has a new theory that Stonehenge was just half of a large religious complex and also functioned as a huge cemetery."Stonehenge is full of burials. It's our biggest cremation cemetery from that time." With National Geographic's support, Mike Parker Pearson leads the Stonehenge Riverside Project. Parker Pearson's teams excavating the plain surrounding Stonehenge have discovered the largest Stone Age settlement found in northern Europe."We knew this was a big village, and I was thinking maybe a few hundred houses. But what we found out this year is that it was really big. We are looking at well over a thousand houses."Parker Pearson suspects this was the lost city of the builders of Stonehenge."I think what we are seeing is a community that are bringing all their stock with them coming here for short parts of the year. This isn't a full-time permanent settlement."He has found evidence that people came here to celebrate an important event in their calendar, the longest day of the year, the midsummer solstice. He believes they used Stonehenge as a monument to the death.Perhaps on the same day, less than two miles away at Durrington Walls the ancient Britons celebrated life. Here a vast circular earthwork known as a henge dominates the landscape. It's 20 times larger than Stonehenge and was surrounded by a ditch and bank 18 feet deep and 30 feet wide.In new excavations outside the henge of Durrington walls, archeologists found remains of houses from the third millennium . Among the most remarkable discoveries are the remains of an oval-shaped hearth with two thick grooves visible in the floor where the person who did the cooking kneeled."The thing that really got my imagination going was the, the knee holes that you get by the hearth over there. And that, that just triggers the imagination of someone everyday sitting by the fire to cook or tend to the hearth, and little things out there really get your imagination going."Parker Pearson hopes to find more clues to the Stonehenge mystery over the final three years of the excavation project. His findings are featured in the June issue of National Geographic Magazine and revealed in a National Geographic Channel special Stonehenge Decoded premiering Sunday June 1st. Check local listings.Notes:Stonehendge: a group of very large, tall stones that are arranged into a large circle with a smaller circle inside it, which stand on Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, southern England. People think that they were put there about 4000 years ago and were used for studying the movements of the Sun, Moon, and stars. Some people also believe that they were used by the Druids (ancient priests before the Christian period) in religious ceremonies. inception: the beginning of somethingSarsen stones: stone blocks found in quantity on Salisbury Plain, the Marlborough Downs, in Kent, and in smaller quantities in Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Dorset and Hampshire. They are the remains of a cap of tertiary sandstone which once covered much of southern England.Vocabulary Mix:cremation: the reduction of a corpse to ashes as a way of disposing of it200811/56270 Since autumn last year, southwest China, including Yunnan, Sichuan and Guizhou provinces, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region and Chongqing Municipality, has received only half its average annual rainfall and stores of water have been depleted. The drought has lasted for five months, and is predicted to continue until the start of the rainy season in May, when widesp and substantial rainfall is expected.According to Zhang Xu with China Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters, the drought has been one of the worst in decades and has severely affected people's normal lives and production. "The drought is extremely severe in southwest China, with more than 5 million hectares of farmland affected, which amounts to nearly 90 percent of the total farmland across the country. Yunnan province has been hit hardest, with more than 3 million hectares of farmland affected. Over 20 million people and 12 million livestock are facing drinking water shortages."Zhang Xu says the current and severe drought is expected to worsen through the current spring season and the upcoming summer. To ease disaster effects, more efforts towards better water management must be made. 201003/99333赣州腋臭手术医院于都县中医院激光去胎记多少钱



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