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武汉/冷冻点痣多少钱江汉大学附属第三医院激光祛痣多少钱襄阳市微创丰胸的价格 1. You never know how strong you really are until being strong is the only choice you have.1. 不到没有退路之时,你永远不会知道自己有多强大。2. You cannot change what you refuse to confront.2. 你不去面对又怎么能去改变呢。3. No matter how many mistakes you make or how slow you progress, you are still way ahead of everyone who isn#39;t trying.3. 无论你犯了多少错,或者你进步得有多慢,你都走在了那些不曾尝试的人的前面。4. Life isn#39;t about waiting for the storm to pass, it#39;s about learning to dance in the rain.4. 生活不是等待暴风雨过去,而是要学会在雨中跳舞。5. Letting go doesn#39;t mean that you#39;re a quitter. It doesn#39;t mean that you lost. It just means that you realize in that moment that#39;s it#39;s time to let go and move on.5. 放手不代表放弃,不代表你输了。那只代表你知道在那一刻你该放手了,然后继续生活。6. If you are passionate about something, pursue it, no matter what anyone else thinks. That#39;s how dreams are achieved.6. 如果你想要什么,那就勇敢地去追求,不要管别人是怎么想的,因为这就是实现梦想的方式。7. Give up worrying about what others think of you. What they think isn#39;t important. What is important is how you feel about yourself.7. 不要为别人怎么看你而烦恼。别人的看法并不重要,重要的是你怎么看待你自己。8. You can learn great things from your mistakes when you aren#39;t busy denying them.8. 当你不再急于否认错误时,你就学到了重要的一课。.9. Never let success get to your head, and never let failure get to your heart.9. 不要让成功冲昏了头脑,也不要把失败记在心里。10. Life is short and you deserve to be happy.10. 生命苦短,你应该过得开心些。 /201210/206183Listen to the new One Direction song, ;Little Things; yet? If not, you should(below) , because it#39;s a real head-scratcher. I know this won#39;t go over well with the particularly fervent One Direction fans out there, but it feels necessary to say. The little boy band that could has just released a new lyric for the song and, well, those lyrics feel pretty inappropriate for them to sing to their decidedly tween/teen fanbase.听了One Direction新专辑中的 《Little Things》了吗?如果没有,你应该去听一下(以下就是),因为它是一种真正的心痛。我知道对于特别狂热的One Direction粉丝们将不会过得很好,但感觉还是有必要说。这个小男孩乐队竟然刚刚为这首歌发布了一个新的抒情视频,好吧,这些歌词感觉非常不适合由他们来唱,因为他们的乐迷们明显是青少年。The song, written by fellow Brit-darling Ed Shereen has a lovely little melody, but is coupled with lyrics that would feel more at home coming from the mouths of someone over the age of, say, 30 (and even that#39;s a big ole maybe, in my book). Why? Well, it#39;s because the lyrics are about how insecure their objects of affection are, how they don#39;t love themselves, and something else. Don#39;t believe me?这首由亲爱的英国家伙Ed Shereen写的歌曲有一个可爱的小旋律,但是加上歌词感觉更居家且像是来自一个30岁以上(甚至更大那可能会满堂喝,在我的书里)。为什么呢?好吧,这是因为它的歌词都是关于他们对物的感觉如何得不安全,他们如何不爱惜自己,以及别的什么。不信我吗?;I know you’ve never loved the crinkles by your eyes / you’ve never loved your stomach or your thighs / the dimples in your back at the bottom of your spine / but I love them endlessly.; Seems harmless enough at the outset— if a little bit strange. But then it gets worse. Choice lyrics include, ;You still have to squeeze into your jeans / but you’re perfect to me,; and the real humdinger, ;You’ll never love yourself half as much as I love you.;“我知道你从未爱过你眼角的鱼尾纹/也从未爱过你的胃或你的大腿/你的脊柱尾部的#39;小酒窝’/但我无休止地爱着他们。”似乎是足够无害的开始——如果有一点奇怪。然后它就变得糟糕。仅仅就歌词而言,“你依旧得挤进你的紧身牛仔裤/但对我来说你完美无缺”,且是真正极出色的人,“你对自己的爱还不及我爱你一半多。”Uncomfortable yet? Yeah, thought so. Now, this sort of lyrical assault might be more well-received from an older singer, directed at an older fanbase... maybe. Perhaps older women who may be a bit more secure with their body image, or at least understand what their feelings about their own bodies mean (though some may disagree on that front, too) would be able to respond to this song more appropriately. But for One Direction to sing this song? A band whose fans are between the ages of fetus and teen? Girls in middle school love this band.还没不舒吗?是的,可以这样认为。现在,这种感情的触动如果来自一个老歌手可能更好接受,且针对一个年长的歌迷…也许。也许老女人对她们的身体形象可能会有点不安全感,或者至少能了解他们对自己身体的感受意味着什么(尽管有些人可能在这方面会不同意)将能够更适当地回应这首歌。但是对于One Direction来唱这首歌?一个粉丝年龄在小孩和青少年之间的乐队?中学女孩大爱这个乐队。Here, lyrics are masquerading as comfort, when really they subliminally feed off of girls#39; insecurity and focus almost exclusively on their bodies. It is all about reminding girls how insecure they are, and they should feel so lucky that a guy has decided to love her in spite of her issues.这里,歌词伪装成安慰,当他们真的在潜意识中造成了女孩们的不安全感和几乎完全集中在他们的身体上。这全是关于提醒他们是多么没有安全感,他们应该感到幸运如果有一个家伙不管她的缺陷决定去爱她。And that#39;s not even the most troubling part. To me, the most unsettling lyric is ;You’ll never love yourself half as much as I love you.; This feels like the lyrical cherry on top of a super-misguided sundae. Telling a young girl that she#39;ll never love herself enough is just downright wrong. Young girls#39; self-worth is staggeringly low, and made lower seemingly every day — a lot of that thanks to society telling them they shouldn#39;t love themselves because they#39;re inadequate in one way or another. let#39;s face it: we should be championing these girls to love themselves, with or without the romantic desires of another person. Self-worth and love shouldn#39;t hinge on acceptance from other people. Nor should it hinge on the love of another person — even if he is in a super-famous boy band. These girls should be empowered to be who they are and to hope to be comfortable with themselves. That is what should be lauded.但这还不是最令人不安的部分。对我来说,最令人不安的抒情是“你对自己的爱永远不及我爱你一半多。”这感觉就像抒情的樱桃在一个超级被误导的圣代上面。告诉一个年轻的女孩,她永远不够爱自己仅仅是完全错误的。年轻女孩的自我价值出人意料地低,似乎每天都在更低——很多,由于社会告诉她们不应该爱自己因为她们还这样那样的不完美。让我们面对它:我们应该鼓励这些女孩去爱自己,不管有没有另一个浪漫的人的强烈爱情。自我价值和爱不应该取决于别人的接受度。也不应该取决于另一个人的爱,即使他是在一个超级著名的男孩乐队里。这些女孩应该真正成为她们自己并希望对自己满意。这才是值得赞美的。In the end, many fans will probably disagree, but the discussion feels necessary. One Direction, is this really the message you want to send out to young girls who fall over your every word?最后,许多粉丝可能会不同意,但讨论是有必要的。One Direction这真的是你想要传达给那些沉迷于你的每句话的年轻女孩的讯息吗?Do you think the One Direction lyrics are dangerous to young girls? Are we overreacting? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!你认为One Direction的歌词对年轻女孩来说是危险的吗?还是我们反应过度了?让我们在中知道你的想法吧! /201211/206912武汉/市中医医院祛痣多少钱

湖北武汉/汉阳武昌去眼袋多少钱They’re the essential bits of Christmas. Squeezing a fir tree into your living room. Eating an odd-looking bird. Welcoming an intruder who breaks in by coming down the chimney. Gazing at your fifth mince pie of the day and finally wondering what on Earth might be in it.他们,是圣诞节最核心的部分。让一棵冷杉树挤满你小小的起居室;吃一个外形奇怪的鸟兽;欢迎一个从烟囱闯进你家的“入侵者”;盯着第五块咸肉饼,好奇里面究竟会有些什么。How many of us stop to think how it all began? Let’s have a look where our festive traditions come from.有多少人会停下来想自己为什么要这样做?你真的懂圣诞吗?现在就来验一下吧。Father Christmas圣诞老人Red robes, white beard, waist-slapping jollity and booming ho-ho-hos. He’s been around for ever, hasn’t he?身穿红色长袍,面长白色长胡,欢乐地拍打自己胖胖的腰部,发出“呵呵呵”的声音,他就是一直以这种形象陪伴我们成长,不是吗?Actually only since 1935, when Haddon Sundblo, a Madison Avenue advertising man, created Santa Claus for a Coca-Cola campaign.直到1935年,麦德逊大道(美国广告业中心)的广告人Haddon Sundblo为了可口可乐运动创造了圣诞老人。In previous lives he was thinner and paler, a character based on a 4th Century Asian bishop called Nicholas, who became the patron saint of children in most of Europe.先前他效仿四世纪一个叫的Nicholas亚洲主教,把自己弄得既瘦又苍白。在欧洲大部分地方,孩子们都把这位主教看成是自己的保护神。It was in Holland, where they called him Sinterklaas, that he earned his reputation for giving stuff away. A small pair of wooden shoes would be left by the fireplace and he would fill them with sweets.在荷兰,因为他经常派礼物给人们,赢得了不少名誉,人们称他为圣尼古拉。如果人们在火炉旁放置一对小小的木鞋子,他就会把它们塞满糖果。What about Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer? Debt-ridden shopworker Robert Mays invented him in 1947 as the hero of a bestselling book that made him a fortune.那红鼻子驯鹿鲁道夫又是怎么来的?负债累累的店员Robert Mays在1947年创造了它作为畅销书的主角,因此赢得了丰厚的回报。Crackers饼干The mastermind behind the Christmas cracker was a London sweetshop owner called Tom Smith. In 1847, after spotting French bonbons wrapped in paper with a twist at each end, he started selling similar sweets with a “love motto” inside.想出圣诞饼干的才人是伦敦一间糖果店的店主Tom Smith。在1847年,他发现法国小糖果用一张纸把两边扭着包裹,他也开始售卖相类似的糖果,并在里面放有“爱的誓言”。They were so popular as a Christmas novelty that Tom made them bigger and included a trinket. But the real flash of inspiration came when he poked the fire and a log exploded with a sharp CRACK! That gave him the idea for a package that went off with a bang.作为圣诞节新奇的小礼物,这种包装的糖果十分受欢迎,于是Tom把糖果制造得更大,里面可以放一个小饰品。但是真正激发他灵感的是,当他戳破炉火引起一块木头爆炸而发出的巨大的声音。这让他想到可以把袋子爆破引起响声。He launched his “Bangs of Expectation” with top-of-the range gifts such as jewellery, ivory carvings, perfume and miniature dolls.于是,他发射了名为“期望爆炸号”的超级有分量的大礼品,如珠宝、象牙雕刻、香水和微型玩偶。Turkey火鸡Goose was the popular choice for Christmas dinners for generations. Middle-class families with lots of relatives might go for a boar’s head, while the seriously rich showed off with a swan.鹅是每个年代很受欢迎的圣诞节晚餐料理。中级家庭会和亲戚们共享野猪头,而最有钱的家庭会用天鹅来炫耀。The turkey didn’t arrive until the 1600s, when merchants brought it back from America and marketed it as an exciting new festive taste – if you stuffed it with sage and onions and laced it with cranberries.直到17世纪,火鸡才呈现在大家眼前,是由商人们从美洲带回来的,并推销其成为让人心动的新的节日美食——如果你把它填满鼠尾草和洋葱,并用蔓越莓把它围起来。The tree圣诞树So who DID suggest cutting down a huge piece of shrubbery, dragging it into the house, covering it with lights, then sticking a model fairy on top? Then leaving it there until it drops needles all over the floor.到底是谁建议砍掉一棵参天巨树,然后把它拖进房子,挂满节日灯,并在树顶插上一个精灵模型,又任由它的针叶掉满地上而不管?Blame a German. The Romans had hung up the odd bit of green branch, but it was evangelist Martin Luther from Saxony who first decorated a whole fir tree.要怪就怪德国人吧。是罗马人开始挂起这种奇怪的绿色树木的,但萨克森州的福音传道者才是装饰起冷杉树的第一人。That was in 1510. The idea finally sp to Britain during Queen Victoria’s reign when her German-born husband Prince Albert had one sent over to remind him of his own childhood Christmases.在1510年,这个主意传到了维多利亚女王统治的英国。有人送了一棵圣诞树给女王的丈夫—出生于德国的Albert王子,以唤起他对童年圣诞节的回忆。Cards圣诞卡The first were sent in 1843 by Sir Henry Cole, boss of the Victoria and Albert Museum. He was far too busy to write letters so had an artist design 1,000 cards, illustrated with a festive family scene on the front and printed with the greeting, “A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to You”.Horrified at being caught out, all his friends sent him one back the next year.第一封圣诞卡是1843年由维多利亚和阿尔伯特物馆(世界上最大的装饰艺术和设计物馆)的老板Henry Cole先生发出的。他由于工作太繁忙而没空写祝贺信,于是他请了艺术家设计1000份贺卡,在卡片首页画有家庭节日相聚的场景,然后印刷带有“祝你圣诞节快乐和新年快乐”的祝福语。由于怕被发现没回信,他的所有朋友都在下一年送回他一张卡片。In 1880 cards became so popular.1880年,圣诞卡开始普及。Tinsel金灿灿的装饰The first mass-produced Christmas decoration, it was made in Europe in the 1600s from sheets of silver alloy hammered until they were paper-thin and cut into strips.第一批大量制造的圣诞节装饰,是在17世纪在欧洲制造的,把银合金片不断捶打直到变成薄片,然后切割成条。The idea was to reflect the light from candles and fireplaces. Problem – after a few Christmases, the silver turned black. A cheaper, throwaway tinsel made from aluminium-based paper swept the festive market in the 1950s. Problem – it went up like a flash when it caught fire.这些装饰是为了反射蜡烛和火炉的光亮,营造温馨气氛。问题——在圣诞节一系列活动后,银条会变黑。一种更便宜的,可丢弃的装饰条使用铝做的,在20世纪50年代横扫节日饰品市场。问题——如果遇火它会像闪电一样爆发。 /201212/215881宜昌市做双眼皮埋线多少钱 Bringing your dog to the office could lower your stress levels and improve morale among your fellow employees, a study suggests.一项研究表明,把你的带到办公室里可以降低你的压力值,同时还能提升职员的士气。Although bringing a pet to work could come with practical difficulties, a trial at an American company suggested it improved people#39;s job satisfaction.尽管把宠物带到上班的地方实施起来有一定的难度,但来自一家美国公司的试验表明这一做法提高了人们的工作满足感。Dog owners also reported that it reduced their feelings of stress, which previous studies suggest can lead to higher rates of absence and lower productivity.的主人们说可以降低他们的紧张感,但早前的研究则表明这一做法会导致员工的缺席率增加和工作效率低下。Researchers from Virginia Commonwealth University studied 75 people at a manufacturing company where each day for a trial week 20 to 30 people were allowed to bring their dogs to work.来自弗吉尼亚州联邦大学的研究人员对一家生产公司的75名员工进行了研究。在这一工厂里,每天有20到30的人员得到允许可以带他们的来工作。Using samples of saliva taken throughout the day they compared levels of stress hormones among people who brought in their pets, people who owned dogs but left them at home, and staff who did not have pets.通过采样一天的唾液,他们比较了三个不同人群的压力激素:带宠物来工作的人们,养但留在家里的人们和没有养宠物的职员。First thing in the morning there was no difference between the groups, but during the day stress levels declined among people who had their dogs by their side and increased among the other two groups.早上各个人群间还没有什么不同,但是在工作的白天期间,有待在身旁的人们的压力激素水平下降了,而其他两组人群的压力激素却上升了。Having dogs in the workplace appeared to improve morale among all members of staff, regardless of whether their pets were present, the researchers reported in the International Journal of Workplace Health Management.据《工作场所健康管理》杂志的研究人员报道,带到工作的地方可以激励职员的士气,不管他们的宠物有没有在他们身边。Randolph Barker, who led the study, said: ;The differences in perceived stress between days the dog was present and absent were significant. The employees as a whole had higher job satisfaction than industry norms.;负责这项研究的伦道夫巴克说:“在这些天里,在身边和不在身边时人们显示出的压力差别很明显。总的来说,比起工业标准,雇员会有更高的工作满足感。” /201210/202491湖北省协和医院激光祛痣多少钱

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