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上海仁济医院瘦腿针多少钱奉贤区奉城医院玻尿酸价格费用Well, he said, ;Cant we try a course of electroshock therapy?;“难道我们不能尝试一下点击疗法吗?”And you know why they agreed? They agreed to humor him.你知道他们为什么同意了?他们不想和他争执。They just thought, ;Well, well give a course of 10.他们想,就试10次电疗吧。And so well lose a little time. Big deal. It doesnt make any difference.;我们只是浪费点时间。反正也没有什么区别。So they gave the course of 10,所以他们给我进行了10个疗程的电击疗法,and the first -- the usual course, incidentally, was six to eight, and still is six to eight.第一个疗程通常是6-8次,现在还是6-8次Plugged me into the wires, put me to sleep, gave me the muscle relaxant.于是他们给我帖导电片,麻醉,让我肌肉松弛。Six didnt work. Seven didnt work.6次没有用,7次也没效果。Eight didnt work.8次还是没用,At nine, I noticed --到了第9次,我感觉到---and its wonderful that I could notice anything, I noticed a change.我自己能够感觉到真是太好了.我感觉到了变化。And at 10, I noticed a real change.到了第10次,我感到了真的不同。And he went back to them, and they agreed to do another 10.然后他找到其他医生们,他们同意再做10次。Again, not a single one of them这些医生中没有一个相信I think there are about seven or eight of them thought this would do any good.我想他们中大概7,8位都不信,他们认为电击没有用。They thought this was a temporary change.他们认为这只是暂时的改善。But, lo and behold, by 16, by 17,结果让大家惊讶的是到了第16,17次,there were demonstrable differences in the way I felt.我已经明显感觉到了变化。By 18 and 19, I was sleeping through the night.到了第18,19次,我已经可以安睡整晚了。And by 20, I had the sense, I really had the sense that I could overcome this,第20次完成,我真的感觉我可以战胜忧郁症,that I was now strong enough that by an act of will,我已经很坚强,可以靠意志力I could blow the obsessional thinking away.扫除强迫性思考,I could blow the depression away.告别忧郁症。And Ive never forgotten -- I never will forget我永远也不会忘记standing in the kitchen of the unit,站在疗养院的厨房,it was a Sunday morning in January of 1974,1974年1月的星期天早上,standing in the kitchen by myself and thinking, ;Ive got the strength now to do this.;我独自站在厨房,心想”我现在有康复的力量了。“It was as though those tightly coiled wires in my head had been disconnected and I could think clearly.好像在我头脑中紧紧纠结着的电路被拆除了,我思路清晰。But I need a formula. I need some thing to say to myself when I begin thinking obsessionally, obsessively.但我需要一个方法。需要提醒我自己,以防我陷入强迫性思考Well, the Gilbert and Sullivan fans in this room在座的吉尔伯特和沙利文的粉丝们will remember ;Ruddigore,; and they will remember Mad Margaret,会记得歌剧Ruddy Gore和疯狂玛格丽特and they will remember that she was married to a fellow named Sir Despard Murgatroyd.会记得她嫁给一个名叫德斯帕特爵士And she used to go nuts, every five minutes or so in the play,她在剧中差不多每5分钟都会发狂and he said to her, ;We must have a word to bring you back to reality,他对她说,“我们得有个密语把你拉回现实”and the word, my dear, will be Basingstoke.;亲爱的,我们就定“贝辛斯托克”吧So every time she got a little nuts, he would say, ;Basingstoke!;所以每次她有点发狂时,他就说:“贝辛斯托克!”And she would say, ;Basingstoke, it is.;她就回答说,“是的,贝辛斯托克。”And she would be fine for a little while.她就能好一段时间。Well, you know, Im from the Bronx. I cant say ;Basingstoke.;好吧,你知道,我来自布朗克斯,我不能说;贝辛斯托克;But I had something better. And it was very simple.我有更好的主意,非常简单It was, ;Ah, fuck it!;就是:;诶呀,去他的!;Much better than ;Basingstoke,; at least for me.比贝辛斯托克好多了,至少对于我来说。And it worked -- my God, it worked.这真的管用,天呀.Every time I would begin thinking obsessionally --每次我开始强迫性思维时again, once more, after 20 shock treatments I would say, ;Ah, fuck it.;在历经20次电疗之后,我都说;哎呀,去他的!;201604/436046上海瑞金医院做红色胎记手术多少钱 美国习惯用语-第27讲:A red letter dayRed tape红颜色这个字,就是英文里的 red,也经常出现在美国的成语和俗语里,有时是正面的,有时是反面的。例如,我们在中文里说,铺上红地毯来欢迎外国贵宾。在英文里也就是 to roll out the red carpet to honor a visiting head of state,或者也可以说 to give someone the Red carpet treatment。我们来举个例子吧: 例句-1:"When Ann came back from her long vacation, we gave her the red carpet treatment." 这是说:“当安度了一个很长的假期后,我们像贵宾一样欢迎她回来。 可是 red 这个字有时也包含着一种贬意,比如说 in the red。做生意的人最怕 in the red,因为那是指亏本。今天我们要讲两个由 red 这个字组成的习惯用语,一个具有正面的含义,另一个包含着反面的意思。我们先来讲一个表示高兴、快乐的习惯用语 a red letter day。A red letter day 的中文意思就是:大喜日子。对于某个人来说,那是指发生好事的一天。例如,一个母亲说: 例句-2:"It was a real red letter day for me when my son came home from three years in the navy. We rolled out the red carpet to welcome him home." 这位母亲说:“我儿子在海军里役了三年。他回家的那天对我来说真是一个大喜日子。我们真是把他当贵宾一样来欢迎他。” 我们从这句话里也可以看出,to rolled out the red carpet 并不一定要用在高官显贵的身上,对普通人也能这么说。我们再来举个例子说明 a red letter day: 例句-3:"I'm lucky--my birthday is a real red letter day. It's on December 31, New Year's eve and all over the world people are out celebrating it." 这个人说:“我运气真好,我的生日是十二月三十一号,刚好是新年前夕,全世界的人都庆祝那一天。” 下面我们要讲的一个俗语,它的含义我敢肯定人人都讨厌。这就是 red tape。Tape 是带子的意思。Red tape 是指官僚主义,或文牍主义。换句话说,red tape 就是人们在和政府或官方机构打交道时往往会遇到的拖延、混乱等令人烦恼的障碍。那末,这和红带子又有什么关系呢?这是因为在古时候官方的文件一般都用红带子捆起来的,这样红带子就和官僚主义连在一起了。现在我们来举个例子: 例句-4: "With all the red tape I ran into at city hall, it took me three months to get my business license." 这个人说:“我在市政厅遇到了各种官僚主义的麻烦。我化了整整三个月才拿到营业执照。” 下面我们再来举一个有关 red tape 的例子: 例句-5:"You can't believe how much red tape there is in getting a visa. You have to get a birth certificate and other personal papers and fill out a bunch of complicated forms and have an interview. After that you wait and wait." 她说:“你简直不会相信,要拿到一个签会遇到多少官僚主义的麻烦。你先要拿到你的出生和其他有关你个人的件,然后填一大堆复杂的表格,接着还要去面谈。办完这些事以后,你还得一等再等。” 今天我们讲了两个以 red 这个字为主的习惯用语。第一个是 a red letter day,另一个是 red tape。 「美国习惯用语」第二十七讲就到里。欢迎下次再一起来学习美国习惯用语。再见。 /200601/2982Hey, yall. Hey! Im excited now! Oh, my goodness! You all good? All right, enough about me. This is about you.Let me start by thanking Dr. Meyers for that wonderful introduction, and more importantly, for her leadership of this fine university.I also want to thank Mayor Yarber, Representative Thompson, and all of the elected officials and members of Congress who are here with us today, as well as Mr. Perry, all of the trustees – Dr. Blaine, Reverend Rhodes, of course, all of the faculty and staff here at Jackson State. Lets just take a moment to give it up to the people who helped get you here. Thank you all for your incredible hospitality. I wouldnt be anywhere else but here. I may be a little jetlagged, but Im here, right now, to celebrate all of you. So Im grateful.I also have to thank the symphonic band and both of the choirs today for that beautiful music. You all are amazing. And of course, before we go way in, we have to give it up to all the folks in the stands who helped you all get here – the moms and dads, brothers, sisters, grandparents, cousins, friends, and neighbors – all of you all – lets give it up! Give it up!And finally, most of all, I want to join in congratulating – oh, what a good-looking group – the men and women of the Jackson State University Class of 2016! Woo! You all deserve all of that more, because I know how hard you worked to make it to this day, studying late into the night, writing and rewriting those papers, taking all those exams. Oh, my lord.But I also heard that you have been able to have some fun over these past years, as well – hanging out Gibbs-Green Plaza, turning up on Hot Spot Fridays at the Horseshoe. Dont get too excited – mom and dad are in the stands. Gearing up for Homecoming and Tiger Fest, ;rocking the house; with one of the best bands in the country, the Sonic Boom of the South. Together, you all are the ;Superb Sixteen; – as I hear you call yourselves. And youre about to join a storied legacy from this university, a school that began as a tiny Baptist seminary, just 20 students strong – just 20 students. But today has a legacy that reaches across the country and this state and right here into this very stadium.And thats actually where Id like to start my remarks today, with this storied stadium and its place in our nations history. Now, back in 1950, when this stadium was built, it was one of the finest stadiums in the country, quickly became the pride of Mississippi. But the story of this beautiful complex also has a darker side. For years, it stood as a steel and concrete tribute to segregation, because Jim Crow laws meant that only white teams and fans were allowed through these gates.Back in 1962, during an Ole Miss football game, this stadium became the site of what was essentially a pro-Jim Crow rally, with fans waving Confederate flags and singing a song called ;Never No Never; to protest the admission of an African American student to their university. By halftime, theyd convinced the governor to even speak. He said just three sentences. He said, ;I love Mississippi. I love her people, our customs. I love and respect our heritage.; And the crowd went wild, because they knew exactly what he meant.That game was just one small moment in a struggle of civil rights that enflamed this entire country, but often burned hottest right here in Mississippi, the state where a 14-year-old boy named Emmett Till was beaten and murdered; where NAACP leader Medgar Evers was assassinated; where Freedom Riders overflowed the jails; where gunshots would ring out here on your campus, killing young people and littering one of your dorms with bullet holes still seen today.It was against that backdrop that one day in October of 1967, something truly extraordinary happened in this stadium. For years, legal and political pressure had been mounting for the state to desegregate. And that fall, the state finally announced that for the first time, two black teams would get to play in this stadium. Those teams were Grambling State and, of course, your own Jackson State Tigers.Now, just think for a moment. You can only imagine the pressure those teams and their fans were feeling. For so long, this field had been the pride of white – and white only – Mississippi, and now, black fans would fill these stands. Black coaches would patrol these sidelines. Black players would sweat and bleed on this field. How would the world respond? Would those forces of segregation rise up in protest, or worse? As one of the players at the time said – this is a e – he said, ;There was certainly potential for it to become a very ugly situation.;So, the Jackson State coach at the time, Coach Paige, thought hard about how to prepare his team. He sat his players down and told them to stay focused on two goals. The first: Beat Grambling State, of course, one of the best teams in the country. The second: He said, rise above the fray and set a good example, he said, because the whole state, the whole country would be watching.201605/443036玫瑰整形

长宁区妇幼保健医院打瘦腿针多少钱上海市第一人民医院开双眼皮手术多少钱 Friends 朋友[朋友之间无话不谈,朋友之间的用语最直接。朋友给你生活、爱情和事业的鼓舞、关怀和见解。以下的对话属于朋友之间的私人话,可以学到一些称呼、一些客套、一些或鼓励或安慰的用语和表达。]NO.1Autumn in New York《纽约的秋天》 威尔经营着一家餐馆,一天不期遇见了以前女友的母亲,女友母亲在给外孙女过生日,于是把威尔介绍给孙女和她的同学朋友们。单词通缉令1. chum n.密友2. irresistible a.不可抵抗的3. overpriced a. 昂贵的4. establishment n.建立的机构5. beet n. 甜菜6. buck n.美元7. pop n.一份8. Chilean a.智利的9. bass n. 鲈鱼10. scratch n.草稿11. sassy a.漂亮的;时髦的12. elegant a.优雅的;端庄的;高雅的13. divine a.神圣的;非凡的14. kid vt.哄骗;嘲弄Dolly: OK, everybody, I want you all to meet an old 1)chum of mine. He’s 2)irresistible.Dolly: He’s Will Keen and he owns this 3)overpriced 4)establishment.Will: Overpriced? I can’t believe you… Where else are you going to find a 5)beet salad for under 35 6)bucks a 7)pop? Shannon: I love the 8)Chilean sea 9)bass. I’m Shannon.Will: Shannon, thank you. Simon: I’m Simon.Will: Hey, Simon.Simon: Hi.Will: Nice to meet you.Simon: Me too.Will: So, may I ask whose birthday this is?Dolly: The birthday girl happens to be my granddaughter, Charlotte.Will: This looks like Katie’s daughter.Dolly: You bet. She’s got Katie’s eyes, doesn’t she? And talent, forget about it. Do you know that this kid made from 10)scratch all these crazy hats?Will: They’re great.Dolly: And then she got serious with mine, look. Pretty 11)sassy, isn’t it?Will: Very 12)elegant.Dolly: Isn’t it 13)divine?Will: You’re not 14)kidding about this?Dolly: Will, have I ever lied to you?Will: No, it’s wonderful, really wonderful work. Do you speak?Charlotte: Thank you.Will: Yeah, so you’re Katie’s daughter, so that makes you about…Simon: Twenty-two and never been kissed. Will: No, no, I don’t buy that. Happy Birthday, Charlotte.Charlotte: Thank you.Will: Great to see you again, Dolly.Dolly: Great to see you, Will. Thanks.Will: You’re right in there, there you go.Dolly: OK.Will: Great seeing you. Goodbye.All: Bye.多丽:好了,各位,我让大家见见我的老朋友,他让人难以抗拒。多丽:他叫威尔#8226;金,是这家收费昂贵的餐厅的老板。威尔:收费昂贵?我难以置信……你到哪里可以找到一家不用35美元就可买一份色拉的地方?莎侬:我喜欢这儿的智利海鲈鱼。我叫莎侬。威尔:莎侬,谢谢。西蒙:我是西蒙。威尔:你好,西蒙。西蒙:你好。威尔:很高兴认识你。西蒙:彼此彼此。威尔:我可以问一问这是谁的生日?多丽:今天的女寿星刚好是我的孙女,莎洛特。威尔:看起来很像凯蒂的女儿。多丽:没错。她有一双凯蒂的眼睛,对不对?还有那股聪明劲儿,算了。你知道这孩子画草稿,做了这么些疯狂的帽子。威尔:很棒。多丽:我的这顶她做的可认真了,瞧。很漂亮,是不是?威尔:非常高贵。多丽:难道不圣洁吗?威尔:你不是开玩笑吗?多丽:威尔,我对你撒过谎吗?威尔:没有,真棒,做得太好了。你会说话吗?莎洛特:谢谢。威尔:噢,那么,你是凯蒂的女儿,你应该有……西蒙:二十二岁,还没被吻过。威尔:不,不,我不是说那些。莎洛特,生日快乐。莎洛特:谢谢。威尔:多丽,再见到你真高兴。多丽:见到你也很高兴,威尔。谢谢。威尔:你该坐这儿,坐吧。多丽:好的。威尔:很高兴认识各位,再见。众人:再见。句子模仿秀一个介绍新老朋友常用的句子,但在“朋友”这个词上有多种表达,因人而易。有人说friend,有人说buddy,现在我们听到的是chum。后面一句He’s irresistible,这种夸人的句子我们第一次听到,被夸者一定会非常开心。有机会多用用。学习指导复读背诵,最佳背诵复读时间为5秒钟。句子模仿秀推荐这一句的原因是它的地道,英语不是母语者不会说这种句子,用词灵活,句意曲折。学习指导背诵跟读,最佳跟读时间为4秒钟。 /200603/5382青浦区共振吸脂价格

上海复旦大学附属眼耳鼻喉科医院韩式隆鼻多少钱中级英语口语闪电速成[56] /200703/11170 We have what we need to do so.我们拥有这些,We have everything we need to meet those challenges. After all,我们拥有一切应对挑战的武器。毕竟,we remain the wealthiest, most powerful, and most respected nation on Earth.我们仍然是这个世界上最富有、最强大、最受尊敬的国家。Our youth, our drive, our diversity and openness,我们的年轻人,我们的驱动力,我们的多样性和开放性,our boundless capacity for risk and reinvention means that the future should be ours.我们拥有无限的力量去应对风险、实现革新,这些都意味着,未来应该是我们的。But that potential will only be realized if our democracy works.但是要释放这些潜力,我们的民主必须运转良好。Only if our politics better reflects the decency of our people.只有我们的政治变得更好,人民的高尚庄重才能得以体现。Only if all of us, regardless of party affiliation or particular interests,只有我们所有人都抛弃党派偏见和私利,help restore the sense of common purpose that we so badly need right now.才能重建我们目前急需寻找的共同目标。Thats what I want to focus on tonight: The state of our democracy.我今晚想要强调的正是这一点:我们的民主体制。Understand, democracy does not require uniformity.我们的国父说过,民主并不强求一致。Our founders argued. They quarreled. Eventually they compromised. They expected us to do the same.他们争论过,最终他们妥协了。他们希望我们亦能如此。But they knew that democracy does require a basic sense of solidarity,但是他们知道民主需要基本的团结意识,the idea that for all our outward differences,需要我们认识到尽管我们外表有差异,were all in this together; that we rise or fall as one.我们却是一个整体,我们共兴亡。There have been moments throughout our history that threatens that solidarity.历史上,我们国家的团结曾多次受到威胁。And the beginning of this century has been one of those times.在本世纪初,我们的国家就面临了这样的挑战。201701/488640浦东新区中医医院吸脂手术价格费用浦东新区南汇中心医院治疗痘痘价格费用

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