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安庆韩式包茎手术要多少钱安庆男性早泄影响要孩子吗年度“时尚黑名单”出炉 贝嫂最没品味A decade after singling out the Spice Girls as fashion atrocities, Mr. Blackwell put just one of them -- Victoria "Posh Spice" Beckham -- at the top of his 48th annual worst-dressed list released Tuesday.The acid-tongued critic who was designing dresses for the rich and famous when he originated the list in 1960, skewered entertainment's biggest stars in the latest compilation of fashion follies, including Fergie, Kelly Clarkson, Lindsay Lohan and Jessica Simpson.Blackwell heaped venom on Beckham, his No. 1 choice on the list."Forget the fashion spice, wearing a skirt would suffice! In one skinny-mini monstrosity after another, pouty posh can really wreck-em," he said in a statement.Blackwell listed the Spice Girls as No. 1 in his 1998 worst-dressed list, deriding the group as "the only spices on the planet that have no taste."The top 10 roll-call of fashion dishonors also included:No. 2. Amy Winehouse -- "Exploding beehives above, tacky polka-dots below, she's part 50's carhop horror."No. 3. Mary Kate Olsen -- "She resembles a tattered toothpick-trapped in a hurricane."No. 4. Fergie -- "Yes, when it comes to couture chaos, guess it's all in a name!"The rest of the top 10 list included Kelly Clarkson, Eva Green, Avril Lavigne, Jessica Simpson, Lindsay Lohan and Alison Arngrim.Missing from the list was Britney Spears, who has made it many times before."I felt that it was inappropriate at this time to make comment, when her personal life is in such upheaval. I hope 2008 is a better year for her," Blackwell said.Blackwell also released a Fabulous Fashion Independents list that included Reese Witherspoon, Jemima Khan, Beyonce, Angelina Jolie, Helen Mirren, Nicole Kidman, Katie Holmes, Kate Middleton, Katherine Heigl and Cate Blanchett. 布莱克维尔第48届年度 “时尚黑名单”于本周二出炉。在“辣”组合被评为该“最差穿着榜”冠军的十年后,布莱克维尔将今年的冠军颁给了“辣”成员之一“高贵辣”维多利亚#8226;贝克汉姆。时尚“毒舌”布莱克维尔从1960年开始编撰该榜,当时他专为社会名流设计时装。今年,圈的一些大牌明星遭到了布莱克维尔的炮轰,其中包括菲吉、凯莉#8226;克拉克森、林赛#8226;洛翰和杰西卡#8226;辛普森。而对于今年的“冠军”维多利亚#8226;贝克汉姆,布莱尔维尔给出了恶毒的评价:“曾经那个时尚的辣不见了,那个辣随便穿件短裙就够时尚!现在爱翘嘴的‘高贵辣’穿着一件又一件紧身的奇装异,简直能把它们给撑爆了。”1998年,“辣”组合被布莱尔维尔评为当年的最差穿着榜冠军,他评价该组合是“地球上唯一没有味道(品味)的香料”。十大最差穿着名人包括:第二名 埃米#8226;怀恩豪斯。点评:“头上顶着炸开的马蜂窝,下面是俗不可耐的波卡圆点,活脱一个50多岁的饭店务员。”第三名 玛丽#8226;凯特#8226;奥森。点评:“像个被困在飓风中的衣衫褴褛的牙签。”第四名 菲吉。点评:“堪称时尚灾难的代名词。”其他几位上榜明星包括凯莉#8226;克拉克森、伊娃#8226;格林、艾薇儿、杰西卡#8226;辛普森、林赛#8226;洛翰和艾莉森#8226;安格里姆。曾多次上榜的布兰妮今年则“幸免于难”。布莱克维尔说:“在这个时候对她评头论足不太合适,现在她的生活一团乱。我希望她2008年能交好运。”布莱尔维尔还公布了一份“时尚佳人名单”,其中包括里斯#8226;威瑟斯彭、杰尼玛#8226;卡恩、碧昂丝、安吉利娜#8226;茱丽、海伦#8226;米伦、妮可#8226;基德曼、凯蒂#8226;赫尔姆斯、凯特#8226;米德尔顿、凯瑟琳#8226;黑格尔和凯蒂#8226;布兰切特。 /200803/31399安庆男科医院不孕不育 害羞:褒义词Shy: A commendatory term没有一点害羞,女人看起来会像个风月老手,而男人则更像个情场浪子。所谓风情万种的女人一定不是风骚的女人,要有那种介乎女孩和女人之间的纯情姿态。令男人疯狂着迷的女人一定是犹抱琵琶半遮面的,在恋爱中,懂得适当的害羞十分关键。 /200911/88896美国《》杂志创刊于1953年。1953年12月《》杂志出版第一期,为月刊,主要面向广大男性读者。关于美国人的文化,我们专门向上海外教网的外教Ashley请教了以下问题:1、How widely is Playboy known is the U.S? 《》在美国有多流行?几乎所有的美国人都知道《》杂志,不论男女,它是一本月刊(Monthly)。2、Is Playboy a porn magazine? 《》杂志算色情杂志吗?Does Playboy contain lots of porn pictures and words? 《》杂志中是否充斥着许多色情的图片和文字?是的,我想《》应该算是色情杂志,其中有许多比较裸露的(naked)的图片。3、Is there any restriction for the sale of Playboy? (such as not to kids, etc.)销售《》是否有一些限制呢?(比如不允许卖给孩子等等。)是的,是有一些限制的,将《》卖给18岁以下的孩子在美国将被视为非法的。就像卖香烟一样,如果您看上去像个孩子,您会被要求出示您的身份(ID)以明您可以购买该杂志,否则您是无法买到的。当然也有一些小贩为了利益照样将《》卖给一些未成年人,这种现象在许多国家都存在。4、Is Playboy more expensive than any other magazines?《》要比其他的杂志贵一些吗?是的,《》显得要贵一些。美国大部分的月刊的内页在150-250,价格约2-3.5美元。5、 Is there another magazine in the US serving in the same way as Playboy? 在美国还有和《》类似的杂志吗?有的比如阁楼风情杂志。 /201002/96088宿松县治疗睾丸炎多少钱

安庆市立医院男科"Putpockets" give a little extra cash  原来去伦敦的游客都要提防被人“掏兜”,而现在,尽可以把衣兜都张开了,没准会有人往里放钱呢。这个“扔钱”活动主要由20名前“扒手”实施,他们每天游走于特拉法加广场、伦敦中心区广场等游客密集的景点,然后在游客不注意的时候将面值5英镑到20英镑不等的纸币偷偷放进他们的口袋。为该活动提供资金持的是伦敦一家宽带提供商,他们表示这样做是想用特别的方式让人们在经济不景气的时候感受到生活的美好。据悉,此次伦敦“扔钱”活动会持续到八月底,至少会有10万英镑被偷偷放进游客的口袋,之后可能会在英国全国范围内推行。   Visitors to London always have to be on the look out for pickpockets, but now there's another, more positive phenomenon on the loose -- putpockets.  Aware that people are suffering in the economic crisis, 20 former pickpockets have turned over a new leaf and are now trawling London's tourist sites slipping money back into unsuspecting pockets.  Anything from 5 pounds () to 20 pound notes is being surreptitiously deposited in unguarded pockets or open handbags in Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden and other busy spots.  The initiative, which runs until the end of August in London before being rolled out countrywide, is being funded by a broadbrand provider, which says it wants to brighten up people's lives in unusual ways.  "It feels good to give something back for a change -- and Britons certainly need it in the current economic climate," said Chris Fitch, a former pickpocket who now heads TalkTalk's putpocketing initiative.  "Every time I put money back in someone's pocket, I feel less guilty about the fact I spent many years taking it out."  London's police have been briefed about the plan, which will see at least 100,000 pounds given away. /200908/82278安庆哪家医院治疗早泄比较厉害呢 Chinese restaurant syndrome is the popular slang for allergies or adverse reactions that some people claim they get after eating food containing the flavour-enhancer monsodium glutamate, or MSG, that is widely used in many processed foods and also added to many Asian dishes.中国餐馆综合症是流行用语,指有些人声称的在进食了含增强鲜味的味精(monsodium glutamate,或简称MSG)之后所产生的过敏或不良反应。味精被广泛用于食品加工,也被添加到许多亚洲菜肴中。What is amazing about the publication of this research is not that it concludes MSG allergy is a myth, but that a scientific journal still needs to bother debunking such pseudoscience at all. As the New York Times put it in an article by Julia Moskin published last year, "'Chinese restaurant syndrome' has been thoroughly debunked (virtually all studies since then confirm that monosodium glutamate in normal concentrations has no effect on the overwhelming majority of people)".这项研究报告的令人惊讶之处,并不在于它作出了“味精过敏是一个谬论”的结论,而在于一份科学杂志仍然需要不厌其烦地揭露伪科学的谎言。正如去年《纽约时报》朱莉娅·莫斯金的文章所说,“‘中国餐馆综合征’一说已被彻底揭穿(几乎所有的研究已经实,正常浓度的味精对绝大多数人不造成影响)”。This newspaper published an article in 2005 by Alex Renton that says "at no time has any official body, governmental or academic, ever found it necessary to warn humans against consuming MSG".这份报纸在2005年曾发表了一篇署名阿莱克斯·莱顿的文章,文中说道:“从来没有任何正式的政府或者学术机构认为有必要对人们使用味精发出警告”。Renton also writes about experimenting on a friend of his named Nic, who claimed to have adverse reactions to MSG: Renton feeds him a meal full of the MSG and closely related naturally occurring glutamates that are found in a huge range of foods including tomatoes, cheese, Marmite, seaweed and Worcester sauce. But Nic feels no pain or adverse reaction after his glutamate-stuffed meal.莱顿在文章中还谈到自己在朋友尼克身上所做的实验。尼克声称对味精有不良反应,于是,莱顿在给他吃的菜肴里加了味精,或者加了与味精密切相关的天然谷氨酸——许多食物含谷氨酸,如番茄、奶酪、酵母提取物、海草和辣酱油等。不过,尼克在吃完一顿富含谷氨酸的饭菜之后,并没有感到哪里疼痛或有什么不良反应。That's because he did not know he was eating MSG and other glutamates: like everyone else who complains of allergy or adverse reactions to MSG, Nic has psyched himself into believing that the benign substance makes him feel bad.原因在于他不知道自己吃了味精或其他谷氨酸:像其他任何一个抱怨对味精过敏或有不良反应的人一样,尼克已经神经过敏了,误以为这种良性物质会让自己感到不舒。In China, where I live, you don't hear many complaints about MSG allergy. They're too busy gorging themselves on the stuff. Chinese people consume 1.6m to 1.8m tonnes of MSG crystals every year, according to China's "MSG King" Li Xuechun, chairman of the Fufeng Group--a company that grew big enough to list on the Hong Kong stock exchange thanks to sales of MSG.在我生活的中国,你很少会听到味精过敏一类的投诉。人们对这玩意儿爱得不亦乐乎。根据中国“味精大王”阜丰集团(一家因销售味精而发展起来在香港联交所上市的公司)的董事长兼总裁李学纯的测算,中国人每年的味精消费量在160万至180万吨左右。Most restaurants and home kitchens in China have a big bag of MSG crystals, known in Chinese as weijing, or "flavour essence", and they toss it liberally into all kinds of savoury dishes. Even chefs who don't use glutamate crystals use soy sauce in most recipes, and soy sauce tastes good precisely because it's chock full of glutamates.在中国,大多数餐馆和家庭厨房都有一大袋MSG结晶体,中文称作味精,或“调味品”,人们在各种风味的菜肴里都搁上一点儿。即使不使用谷氨酸晶体的厨师,也会在大多数菜肴里加点酱油。酱油口味鲜美,正是因为含有丰富的谷氨酸。Your clothes, your kids' toys and most of the stuff you own was probably produced in factories in southern China by migrant workers who power through their overtime shifts by eating instant noodles, of which MSG is a vital ingredient. Instant noodles form a big part of the diet of the country's more than 20 million university students, and you certainly don't hear any of them complaining about Chinese restaurant syndrome.你穿的衣、你孩子的玩具、你的大部分物品可能就是中国南部的农民工加班加点生产的,而给他们身体提供动力的是速泡面--味精是其中不可或缺的配料。速泡面也是中国2000多万大学生的重要食品,你肯定没有听到他们哪个在抱怨患了“中餐馆综合症”。Nor do Italians complain about headaches after eating parmesan cheese (which tastes good because of the glutamates in it), Japanese don't worry about eating too much seaweed or dried shrimp (ditto), and even in Britain you don't often hear whining about adverse reactions to Marmite (ditto); you certainly don't get warnings from your doctor about the dangers of human breast milk to babies (ditto).意大利人吃完巴尔马干酪(口味绝佳,因为含谷氨酸),没有抱怨头痛;日本人没有担心海藻或虾米吃得过多(理由同上);甚至在英国,你很少听到有关酵母提取物引发不良反应的牢骚(理由同上);你也肯定无法从你的医生那里得到母乳喂养婴儿会有危险的警告(理由同上)。The fact is that unless you're eating bucket-loads of the stuff, MSG and its naturally occurring cousins are not going to do you any harm.事实是,除非你把味精当饭吃,否则它和它的天然表兄不会对你造成任何伤害。The persistence of the Chinese restaurant syndrome myth is a symptom of the hypochondria that has become fashionable in contemporary Anglo-American culture, and the failure of our educational systems to teach people the difference between quackery and hard science.对“中餐馆综合症”谬论的固执坚持其实就是一种臆想症的症状,它已经成为当代英美文化的时尚,也是我们教育体制的失败——因为它没有教会人们如何辨别江湖骗术和自然科学。 /200908/81602望江县妇幼保健人民中心医院龟头炎症

安庆市第二人民医院男科挂号The growing popularity of electronic books could offer hope for newspapersTHINGS are suddenly hotting up in the rather obscure field of electronic books and their associated ing devices, the best known of which is Amazon’s Kindle. A new, sleeker version of the Kindle was unveiled on February 9th. Just days earlier, Google said it was making 1.5m free e-books available in a format suitable for smart-phones, such as Apple’s iPhone and handsets powered by Google’s Android software. Amazon said it was working to make e-books available on smart-phones as well as the Kindle. Plastic Logic, the maker of a forthcoming e-er device, said it had struck distribution deals with several magazines and newspapers. The iPhone, meanwhile, has quietly become the most widely used e-book er: more people have downloaded e-book software (such as Stanza, eReader and Classics) for iPhones than have bought Kindles. Might e-books be approaching the moment of take-off, akin to Apple’s launch of the iTunes store in 2003, which created a new market for legal music downloads?The analogy is informative, and not just because the Kindle is often described as “the iPod of books”. Before Apple moved into music downloads, consumers faced a bewildering array of incompatible and incomplete services, none of which had critical mass, thanks in part to the record companies’ inability to agree on a common format. Apple, not being a record company, was able to broker an agreement and define a standard. At first, there was widesp scepticism that anyone would pay for music downloads, given rampant piracy of music on the internet. But being able to find music quickly and easily, rather than fiddling around with file-sharing software, proved far more popular than expected, and iTunes took off. That has not stopped piracy, and download revenues have not been anywhere near enough to compensate for falling CD sales. But iTunes provided a new model for a troubled industry.Book publishers are in better shape than record labels. Far from harming sales, the Kindle and the iPhone seem to offer incremental revenue, by making it easier for avid ers to buy more titles. Yet if e-ers do take off, the real beneficiaries could be the ailing newspaper and magazine publishers.The print media are in an awful state—and not just because advertising revenue always dives in recessions. Thanks to the rise of the internet, much of their business, notably classified ads, is migrating rapidly to the web. Meanwhile, most have failed to find a decent online business model. Giving news away on the internet, as most newspapers do, and selling online advertising alongside it, is not sustainable because the ad rates are so much lower online. Attempts to charge subscription fees or set up “micropayment” schemes have failed. But consumers treat phones (and Kindles) differently from PCs. People pay for text messages, even though e-mail is free. Apple has sold millions of iPhone applications through the iTunes store. Several newspapers and magazines are aly available, by subscription, to Kindle users. As with iTunes, people are happy to pay once it is made easy.So it is not unreasonable to suppose that someone could step in, as Apple did with music, and introduce a comprehensive and easy-to-use shopfront, through which books, newspapers and magazines could be supplied to paying customers. The convenience of having content delivered to devices automatically overnight, and being able to flick quickly between stories at the breakfast table, when underground or on an aeroplane, might be something that people will pay for. If this approach took off, newspapers would no longer depend on advertisers and could wind down their paper editions. (They could also quietly scale back their free websites.)How Apple could kill the KindleAmazon clearly has designs on this market with the Kindle, even though it is primarily intended for ing e-books. But Apple is arguably in a much stronger position. There are aly millions of iPhones and touch-screen iPods in circulation, and the company has long been rumoured to be working on a larger “tablet” device. Selling e-books and newspapers via iTunes, which aly has millions of paying customers, would be simple. True, Steve Jobs, Apple’s mercurial boss, has expressed scepticism about e-ers, claiming that “people don’t any more”. But Mr Jobs has a record of insisting that Apple is not interested in making a particular product (a iPod, a mobile phone)—right up until the moment when he unveils one. Might e-books soon be the next example? /200902/62996 在美国,“常春藤学府”一般隐喻著和高等学习院校有关,但只有一些学校被公认为“常春藤联盟”。常春藤联盟由美国东北部之八所学校组合而成:布朗大学、哥伦比亚大学、康奈尔大学、达特茅斯学院、哈佛大学、宾夕法尼亚大学、普林斯顿大学、及耶鲁大学。除康奈尔大学外,所有这些学校均在北美独立战争前创设,每所院校的入学标准均非常严格。这些学校之间的学术与运动竞争性纪录始于十九世纪末。 /200907/78946安庆哪家男科医院治疗前列腺炎好安庆望江县妇幼儿童人民中医院男科挂号

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