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上海公立三甲医院脱毛手术多少钱上海交通大学医学院附属新华医院绣眉多少钱McCain, Obama Compete for Laughs at Traditional Political 'Roast'麦凯恩和奥巴马出席晚宴互相调侃U.S. presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama took a lighthearted break from campaigning Thursday at a charity dinner in New York City. The Republican and Democratic party candidates poked fun at each other and at themselves before an audience including many of the nation's leading political figures.美国共和党总统候选人麦凯恩和民主党总统候选人奥巴马星期四在竞选活动中忙里偷闲,参加了纽约市的一个慈善晚宴,有美国的一些主要政界领袖。这两位候选人在晚宴上互相调侃,渡过了一段轻松的时光。Senators McCain and Obama were on stage together for a second night in a row, following their third and final debate of the election campaign on Wednesday. But at the annual Al Smith memorial dinner, a political tradition in New York, the candidates were competing to see who could trigger the biggest laughs. 麦凯恩参议员和奥巴马参议员连续第二个晚上出现在同一个讲台上,星期三他们进行了第三轮,也是最后一轮总统辩论。星期四在史密斯纪念晚宴上,两位候选人相互比赛,看谁讲的笑话最能逗人大笑。这个晚宴已成为纽约市的政治传统。McCain struck first.首先是麦凯恩发言。"A major announcement. Events are moving fast in my campaign, and yes, it's true that this morning I've dismissed my entire team of senior advisers," he joked. "All of their positions will now be held by a man named 'Joe the Plumber.'"“公布一个重大消息,我的竞选班子事态发展非常迅速。是的,今天早上,我解雇了我的资深顾问团的全体成员。他们的职务现在全部由一个叫‘水管工人乔’的人接管。”"Joe the Plumber" is a businessman from Ohio who challenged Obama at one of his campaign appearances, and who was invoked repeatedly by both senators in their debate this week. 这个被称为“水管工人乔”的人是来自俄亥俄州的一位生意人,他在奥巴马出席的一次竞选活动中向奥巴马提出了挑战。在星期三的总统辩论中,两位总统候选人曾多次提到“水管工人乔”。Obama, in turn, announced that his vice presidential running mate, Senator Joseph Biden, now prefers to be known simply as "Joe the Senator." 奥巴马也开玩笑宣布,他的副总统竞选夥伴约瑟夫·拜登,现在希望人们称他为“参议员乔”,以示区别。The Al Smith dinner honors a Democrat who ran unsuccessfully for president 80 years ago and raises money for Catholic charities. The traditional gathering attracts politicians from all parties, and only humorous speeches are allowed. 史密斯纪念晚宴是为了纪念80年前竞选总统失利的一位民主党人。晚宴上筹集的钱将用于天主教的慈善事业。这个传统的聚会吸引了来自各个党派的政界人士,晚宴上只允许幽默风趣的演讲。In an earlier debate this month McCain referred to Obama, standing near him onstage, not by name but as "that one" - a remark that some criticized as demeaning or even insulting. The Arizona senator joked on Thursday that he came up with the phrase after hearing that some of Obama's most ardent supporters referred to him reverently as "the one."在这个月先前举行的一次辩论中,麦凯恩不称呼奥巴马的名字,而是把他说成“那一位”。当时,奥巴马站在讲台的另一端。一些人批评麦凯恩的说法有贬低,甚至侮辱的意味。来自亚利桑那州的麦凯恩参议员在星期四的晚宴上开玩笑说,他是听了奥巴马最坚定的持者把奥巴马尊称为“要来的那一位”之后,才提出“那一位”的说法的。"Being a friend and colleague of Barack, I just called him 'that one.' [laughter] My friends, he doesn't mind at all," McCain said. "In fact, he even has a pet name for me: George Bush." “我是作为奥巴马的朋友和同事才称他为‘那一位’的。朋友们,他一点都不在意。事实上,他甚至也给我起了一个小名,那就是‘乔治·W·布什’。”McCain also won laughs by slyly suggesting that former President Bill Clinton's support for Obama has been less than wholehearted, because the Illinois senator won his party's nomination only after crushing the presidential hopes of Mr. Clinton's wife, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton. Speaking after McCain, Obama surveyed the audience and said: "There is no other crowd in America that I'd rather be palling around with right now." 麦凯恩讲话后,奥巴马环顾在坐的人说,“现在,在美国没有任何一群人比这群人让我更愿意与之结交的了。”A wry reference to allegations by McCain's running mate, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, that Obama had been "palling around with" people once considered American terrorists. 奥巴马这么说带有挖苦的意味,因为麦凯恩的竞选搭档阿拉斯加州长佩林曾指责奥巴马和曾经被视为美国国内恐怖分子的人结交。"It is a tribute to American democracy that with two weeks left in a hardfought election, the two of us could come together and sit down together at the same dinner table ... without preconditions," Obama kept his humor deadpan. "Now recently one of John's advisers told the Daily News [newspaper] that if we keep talking about the economy, McCain's going to lose. So tonight I'd like to talk about the economy." 奥巴马不露声色地讲著笑话,“这场艰难的美国大选就剩下两星期了,我们两位能够不带任何条件地坐在同一个晚宴桌前,这本身就是对美国民主的颂扬。最近麦凯恩的一位顾问对‘每日新闻’说,如果我们继续谈论经济问题,麦凯恩肯定会输。所以,今天晚上,我就来谈谈经济问题。”The candidates laughed heartily at each other's jokes, but they also spoke warmly about their mutual respect and admiration. 两位总统候选人对对方所讲的笑话都抱以开怀大笑,但是他们也表达了对彼此的尊重和仰慕。McCain said Obama "is an impressive fellow in many ways."麦凯恩说,奥巴马在很多方面都是一个令人钦佩的人。"Political opponents can have a little trouble in seeing the best in each other, but I've had a few glimpses of this man at his best, and I admire his great skill, energy and determination," McCain said.McCain said Senator Obama's campaign has made history. 他说,奥巴马的竞选创造了历史。"There was a time when a mere invitation of an African-American citizen to dine at the White House was taken as an outrage and an insult in many quarters," he noted. "Today is a world away from the crude and prideful bigotry of that time, and good riddance. I can't wish my opponent luck, but I do wish him well." Obama reflected on the tough battles that have marked this presidential campaign.奥巴马则回顾说,这次总统竞选活动的特点是,每一场战役都很艰难。 "But I've said before and I think it bears repeating, that there are very few of us who have served this country with the same dedication and honor and distinction as Senator McCain," Obama said. "No matter what divisions or differences or arguments we're having right now, we ultimately belong to something bigger and more lasting than a political party. We belong to a community. We share a country. We are all children of God."200810/53169上海仁济医院美容中心 Can you tell who's up for it? Two of the faces below are up for casual sex, the other two want a long-term relationship. Can you tell which is which? Now, if you are going out on a pool tonight, pay attention to this. Psychologists think they’ve identified facial characteristics that betray whether someone is up for casual sex or searching for a longer term relationship. The art of romance: candle-lit dinners, red roses, chocolates. Forget it. I can tell from your face that you are only after one thing. That's just a bit of exaggeration, but researchers claimed to have proved that desire for a long term relationship or casual sex is written on your face. These pictures are composites made by the researchers. The faces on the right are made up from those people who said they were up for casual sex; those on the left are those who said they're only after a long-term relationship. Researchers tested several different pairs of faces. They found women, no surprise there, could recognize and were much keener on the faces of the men who wanted a long-term relationship. Men, though, apparently could recognize, and preferred, the faces of women who were up for casual sex. Sex sells, but is this sort of headline-grabbing stuff what science should be about?I think there is a problem when people something, and hear about research that proposes to tell you something that clearly doesn’t , everyone knows that they don’t choose upon based on the shape of their face. People have a tendency then to shrug their shoulders and say, well, look at science, it proves everything, whatever will come up next. I think that’s very harmful to the reputation of science, as a tool of investigation. Frank Swain, from Sense About Science. So if you're looking at my face now, you may find it’s betraying signs of skepticism, but I am joined from Gateshead by Dr Lynda Boothroyd of Durham University, who can, I am sure, explain all.Doctor Boothroyd, in a nutshell, what does your research show? Um, really for me, in terms of my research it’s all about when we do a lot of research into what kind of faces people find attractive, what kind of behaviors might those faces really be indicating. We’ve done so much on what people think, for instance masculine men might be like his partners. And what we've been able to show now is that some other perceptions we've had are actually possibly true that for instance more masculine men might actually be more open to short term relationships rather than long, and it's because why women tend to only prefer masculine men at certain times of the month, and perhaps when they are most interested in the short-term relationship.I mean, in the past as I understand that the main way that we've been able to tell these things as far as we know scientifically is through body language in the way that people behave. But you, you have actually concentrated specifically on how faces are made up. But surely, surely, people can change their attitudes. I mean, there, there must be occasions in people's lives, presumably when they are open to casual sex and when they are not, their faces are up to change. No, I think ,what the thing we can do with the face that we can’t do with other things is that it's a really useful medium for manipulating certain things that we know might be correlated with, for instance hormone levels. So a lot of what we do again, involving facial masculinity is hopefully indicating the way which women are sensitive to and response to physical indicators of male testosterone . Male testosterone we know is important in certain kinds of behaviors such as sex drive. And because we know that women should over the millennium have become quite sensitive to whether a guy is likely to be someone who wants, you know, long term commitment or not. We can use the face and the facial indicators of testosterone to really look at that. Now if you really want to look at the body language, it' harder...It's always, of course quite difficult to assume we 've actually learned from our experiences in this regard, but when it comes, but when it comes to man, I mean, you seem to be saying that face feature actually corresponds personalities. But isn't that a bit like, you know the Victoria Ages, looks like phrenology, isn’t it? Say your head is shaped in this way, therefore you must behave like this.Yeah, I think we are not trying to be that prescriptive, like you have said, certain key features are related both to hormone levels, and those hormone levels are then related to behaviors. Then what we think is possibly happening is over a course of time, people are picking up on very subtle correlations in a social environment. And that they are using that in their judgments, but of course when you actually think about real life interactions, yes, body language is important, what people say is important, really we're looking at the face as one particular aspect the way things go. And in terms of the personality traits change, they absolutely do. so, so.. Dr, Dr, sadly, we gonna have to leave it there, but thank you very much for sharing your views. Yeah, OK.200811/54875黄浦区奥美定取出多少钱

上海市第十人民医院整形美容科Obama Urges Quick Passage of Economic Stimulus奥巴马敦促国会通过经济刺激计划 U.S. President-elect Barack Obama is calling on Congress to move quickly on his economic stimulus plan. But some Republicans want more time to study the details. 美国当选总统巴拉克.奥巴马呼吁国会尽快批准他的经济刺激方案。不过,一些共和党议员希望有更多时间研究这项方案的细节。The incoming president says lawmakers should pass his American Recovery and Reinvestment plan, which he hopes will create three million jobs. Aides say the program could cost as much as 5 billion, but Mr. Obama says American families need help now. 这位即将上任的美国总统表示,议员们应该通过他提出的“美国复苏和再投资计划”,他希望通过这项计划创造300万个就业机会。奥巴马的助手说,这项计划将耗资7750亿美元,不过,奥巴马认为美国家庭现在需要得到帮助。"For too many families, this new year brings new unease and uncertainty, as bills pile up, debts continue to mount, and parents worry that their children will not have the same opportunity they had," he said. 奥巴马说:“对绝大多数家庭来说,新到来的一年给他们带来了新的不安和不确定性,没完没了的账单,负债累累,家长们担心他们的孩子得不到他们当时曾得到的机会。”Mr. Obama made the comments in an address recorded Friday, then distributed on radio and posted on YouTube Saturday.  奥巴马在星期五录制的讲话中做出上述表示,这段讲话录音星期六被分送到广播电台播出,并在YouTube上发表。He plans to meet Monday with the speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. The president-elect also expects to meet with opposition Republican leaders in Congress in the coming week.  奥巴马打算星期一会见众议院议长南希.佩洛西和参议院多数党领袖哈里.里德。这位当选总统预计还将于下星期会见国会的共和党领袖。Mr. Obama's aides had hoped to have an economic plan approved by the House and Senate before the new president takes office on January 20. But some Republicans have urged a delay to review the plan, and the legislation is not likely to pass before Inauguration Day. Mr. Obama says there is an urgent need for action. 奥巴马的助手原本希望参众两院在新总统1月21号宣誓就职之前就通过一项经济计划。但是,共和党议员要求推迟表决,以便对这项计划进行评析,因此这项议案不大可能在宣誓就职日之前得到通过。奥巴马表示,现在迫切需要采取行动。"Economists from across the political spectrum agree that if we do not act swiftly and boldly, we could see a much deeper economic downturn, that could lead to double-digit unemployment and the American dream slipping further and further out of reach," he said. 奥巴马说:“来自不同政治党派的经济学家都认为,如果我们不迅速、果断、大胆地采取行动,我们就会看到经济更为低迷,而且失业率的百分点会因此达到两位数,人们美国梦的实现会因而越来越渺茫无期。”In his Saturday address, Mr. Obama made an effort not to blame his predecessor, President George Bush for the country's economic problems, which he said "are not Democratic problems or Republican problems." And he tried to reassure hesitant Republican lawmakers that his administration would keep a close eye on how the money is spent. 奥巴马在星期六的讲话中尽量不把美国目前的经济问题归咎于现任总统布什。他说,这个问题“既不是民主党的责任也不是共和党的责任。”他还尽量让忐忑不安的共和党议员放心,新一届政府会密切关注如何使用资金。"We must demand vigorous oversight and strict accountability for achieving results, and we must restore fiscal responsibility and make the tough choices, so that as the economy recovers, the deficit starts to come down," said Mr. Obama. "That is how we will achieve the number one goal of my plan, which is to create three million new jobs, more than 80 percent of them in the private sector." 奥巴马说:“为了取得效果,我们必须有强有力的监督和严格的问责制,我们必须恢复财政责任制,必须做出艰难的抉择,这样随着经济的复苏,财政赤字才会开始减少。那就是实现我的这项经济刺激计划的头号目标的途径,这一首要目标就是开创300万个就业机会,80%以上的新就业机会是在私营部门。”Mr. Obama said more than two million Americans lost their jobs in 2008, and the nation's central bank, the Federal Reserve, estimates that one in every ten U.S. homeowners is delinquent on mortgage payments or in foreclosure. 奥巴马说,2008年有200多万美国人失去工作,美国的中央-联邦储备委员会估计,美国每十个房主中就有一个不是拖欠房屋抵押贷款就是其住房被收回从而丧失了房屋产权。01/60388上海市第九医院玻尿酸多少钱 Winter Olympics Conclude in Vancouver东道国倍感振奋冬奥会圆满闭幕The Vancouver Olympics ended on Sunday and it could not have been a much better finish for host country Canada, which won the final gold medal.温哥华冬季奥运会星期天闭幕。对东道国加拿大来说,他们把最后一枚金牌揽入囊中,给冬奥闭幕画下完满的句号。This was an Olympics that began on a sad note after the death of Nodar Kumaritashvili, a young luge athlete from Georgia, during a practice run on the same day as the opening ceremonies.在第21届冬奥会开幕的那一天,由于格鲁吉亚一名无舵雪撬手在练习中出事故身亡,给开幕仪式罩上了阴影。International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge told reporters Sunday that the tragedy must not be forgotten and that lessons can be learned from it.国际奥委会主席罗格星期天对记者说,不能忘记这场悲剧,必须汲取教训。"We have a moral responsibility of making sure that the games are as safe as possible," he said. "We will never be able to eliminate all risks, and athletes who engage in competition are taking these risks also. But we must be sure we have taken the measures to diminish the risks to the maximum."罗格说:“我们负有道德责任确保奥运会尽可能的安全。我们永远不可能消除一切风险隐患,参赛运动员也在冒着风险。但是,我们必须确保已经采取措施,把风险降到最低限度。”Rogge says he did not sleep for two nights after the Georgian's death. Still, he says he marveled at the excitement of the Canadians proudly wearing and displaying their nation's red and white colors everywhere in and around Vancouver.罗格说,在格鲁吉亚雪撬手死亡后,他有两个夜晚无法入眠。不过,他表示,当他看到加拿大人兴奋自豪地穿着加拿大国旗颜色的红白两色装在温哥华城里城外各处装饰起红白两色时,他感到惊奇。201003/97566上海最好的除疤医院

上海市九院切眼袋多少钱Have you ever wondered why we swing our arms while walking? Itrsquo;s a curious phenomenon, since arms donrsquo;t play an obvious role in locomotion. You can still walk normally when your arms are full of groceries or with your hands in your pockets, so why do we do it? Isnrsquo;t it a waste of energy? Two independent studies, both published in , may provide some answers to this mystery. The Answer; Using a combination of mechanical models, computer simulations and tests with human walkers and runners, the studies concluded that arm swinging just sort of;happens. In other words, you donrsquo;t need muscles for your arms to start swinging, although you can use muscles to swing your arms higher or more forcefully. If yoursquo;re walking and your arms are hanging relaxed by your sides, they will normally swing in sync with the opposite leg. That is, your right arm swings forward when your left leg steps forward and vice versa.你想过为什么走路时我们要甩胳膊吗?这是很有趣的现象,因为胳膊在走路时并没有明显的作用。当你手上拎着东西或将手口袋里,你仍然可以正常走路。那我们为什么要甩胳膊呢?是在浪费体力?两项发布在年的独立研究也许能为此提供。;;利用机器模型,电脑模拟和对走路的人和跑步的人测验,研究得出:走路时甩胳膊只是一种自然而然的动作。换句话说,你不需要胳膊上的肌肉来甩胳膊,尽管你可以用肌肉来甩胳膊甩得更高些或有力些。走路时如果你的胳膊垂在身体侧面,无事可做,那胳膊就会朝腿运动的相反方向甩动。phenomenon n. 现象locomotion n. 运动independent adj. 独立自主的simulation n. 模拟conclude v.得出结论sync n.同时发生163021 One size does not fit all. That's the philosophy behind an innovative approach to primary education which started in Britain less than a decade ago.The International Primary Curriculum (IPC) is now taught in more than 1,000 primary schools in 58 countries, including the ed States. The curriculum personalizes education and applies an internationally-minded approach to learning.国际小学课程(IPC)是一种比较新的教育方法。这个课程不到10年前在英国开始,目前包括美国在内的58个国家的1000多所学校正在教授这套课程。国际小学课程将教育个人化,并且将一种具有国际观念的方法用在学习上。Alison Kerr is a second grade teacher in the British American School of Los Angeles, one of a few American private schools that teaches the International Primary Curriculum. She says the main goal of the curriculum is to engage children in the learning process. This term, for example, her class is learning about historical figures.阿里森.科尔是洛杉矶英美学校二年级教师。这个学校是教授国际小学课程的几所美国私立学校之一。她说,这个课程的主要目标是使学生投入学习过程当中。比如,这个学期,她那班学生在学习历史人物。"I got the children to come in secret and dress up with several clues of a famous person. They had to research and bring us 10 written clues and the rest of the class had to guess who these significant people were," says Kerr. "So the children do not simply do the same thing, the same work, sheet type of format every single time." 科尔说:“我让孩子们悄悄地进来,按某个名人的样子穿戴起来,但要有几条线索提示。他们得去做研究,然后写出10条提示,其他同学要根据提示猜出这位重要人物是谁。所以,孩子们不是简单地做同样的事,同样的作业,但不千篇一律。”Educator Martin Skelton, who co-authored the IPC eight years ago, says kids need a program that allows them to learn individually.教师马丁.斯科尔顿说,如今,全体通用型的教学方法行不通了。他8年前参与编写了国际小学课程。他说,孩子们要学有所成,就必须有一个可让他们个别学习的课程。"Our view is the teachers should be thinking about their kid in their class and why they are not learning and trying to work out what they are going to be doing tomorrow to help individual kids learn much better," says Skelton, who adds that another important goal is preparing today’s children to become 21st century leaders. "Most of world problems are going to be solved internationally now. I mean no single country is going to solve the environment or terrorism. It’s a multi co-operational activity."斯科尔顿说:“我们的观点是教师应该为他们班里的学生着想,他们为什么学不会,并且应该努力设想明天他们要做什么,来帮助每个孩子更好地学习。”斯科尔顿谈到,另一个主要目标是让今天的孩子做好准备,使他们成为21世纪的领导者。他说:“现在,多数全球问题需要国际社会通力合作解决。我是说,没有一个国家能单独解决环境问题或者恐怖主义问题。这是一个多方合作的行动。”201103/127744上海隆鼻医院哪家好上海长海医院激光去烫伤的疤多少钱

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