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上饶第一人民医院美容整形科上饶市南昌大学医院激光去烫伤的疤多少钱2 The Race第2章 比赛The Fram went to an island in the south of Norway.It was a very little island,with only one small wooden house,two trees;and nearly a hundred dogs.弗雷门号抵达挪威南部的一个小岛。该岛很小,仅有一间小木屋,两棵树,还有将近100条。;Look at that!;Bjaaland said.;It#39;s an island of dogs!There are dogs in the water,near the trees,on the house;dogs everywhere!;;看那儿!;比阿兰德说,;是座岛!海水里有,树旁有,房顶上有,处处都有!;Two men came out of the house.;Hassel!Lindstrom!;Amundsen said.;It#39;s good to see you!How many dogs do you have for me?;房内走出两个人。;哈塞尔!林德斯特伦!;阿蒙森呼唤说,;见到你们就好了!你们给我养了多少条?;;Ninety-nine,Roald,;said Hassel.;The best ninety-nine dogs from Greenland.And they#39;re very happy!They don#39;t work;they just eat and play all day!They#39;re having a won-derful summer here!;;99条,罗阿尔,;哈塞尔说,;99条格陵兰最好的。这些太好过了,啥事不干,整天好吃好玩!它们正在这儿欢度夏天呢!;;Good,good.;Amundsen laughed.;But that#39;s finished now.Hey,Bjaaland!Stop laughing;come down here and help me.Let#39;s get all these dogs onto the ship!;;好,好,;阿蒙森朗声笑了,;但是现在这一切全结束了。喂,比阿兰德!别笑啦,下船来这儿,帮帮我,把这些全弄到船上去!;It was not easy.The dogs were fat and strong,and they didn#39;t want to go on the ship.But at last,after three hours#39;hard work,all ninety-nine were on the ship,and the Fram went out to sea again.这事并不容易。这些又肥又壮,不愿上船。然而在苦干3小时后,所有99条全都上船,弗雷门号再度驶向大海。The men were not happy.The weather was bad,the dogs were dirty,and some of the men were ill.They began to ask questions.船上的人员高兴不起来:气候恶劣,群肮脏,而且有人病倒了。于是,他们便开始提出种种问题。;Why are we bringing dogs with us?;asked one man,Jo- hansen.;We#39;re going thousands of kilometres south,past Cape Horn,and then north to Alaska.Why not wait,and get dogs in Alaska?;;我们为什么要带这些?;有人提问说,他叫约翰森。;我们即将南行好几千公里,穿越合恩角,然后向北,到阿拉斯加。为什么不等等,等到阿拉斯加后再弄?;;Don#39;t ask me,;said his friend,Helmer Hanssen,;I don#39;t understand it.;;别问我,;他的朋友赫尔默;汉森说,;我也搞不懂。;The men talked for a long time.Then,on September 9th, Amundsen called everyone to the back of the ship.He stood quietly and looked at them.Behind him was a big map.It was not a map of the Arctic.It was a map of Antarctica.好长时间内,这些人一直都在议论纷纷。后来,9月9日那天,阿蒙森将所有人员召集到大船尾部。他静静地站着,看着众人。他身后有一大幅地图,然而这不是北极地图,而是南极洲地图。Bjaaland looked at Helmer Hanssen,and laughed.Then Amundsen began to speak.比阿兰德看着赫尔默;汉森,笑出声来。这时,阿蒙森开始讲话。;Boys,;he said.;I know you are unhappy.You often ask me difficult questions,and I don#39;t answer.Well,I#39;m going to an-swer all those questions now,today.;伙计们,;他说,;我知道你们心中不满。你们经常问我一些难题,我都没有回答。好吧,今天我当即解答所有的问题。;We began to work for this journey two years ago.Then,we wanted to be the first men at the North Pole.But last year,Peary,an American,found the North Pole.So America was first to the North Pole,not Norway.We#39;re going there,but we#39;re too late.;;两年前,我们便开始为这次旅程做准备。当时,我们想成为最先抵达北极的人。然而去年,美国人皮里找到了北极。所以,美国人首先到达了北极,而不是挪威人。我们现在正要去那儿,但为时过晚了。;;I don#39;t understand this,;Bjaaland thought.;Why is Amundsen talking about the North Pole,with a map of Antarctica behind him?;;我听不懂这些话,;比阿兰德心想,;阿蒙森身后挂着南极洲地图,为什么却大谈北极呢?;Amundsen stopped for a minute,and looked at all the men slowly.No one said anything.阿蒙森稍作停顿,缓缓地看着全体人员。这时没有任何人多嘴。;We have to go a long way south before we get to Alaska,;he said.;Very near Antarctica,you know.And Captain Scott,the Englishman,is going to the South Pole this year.He wants to put his British flag there.An American flag at the North Pole,a British flag at the South Pole.;;到阿拉斯加前,还得南行好远的路,;他说。;你们都知道,几乎是到了南极洲。英国人斯科特队长今年正赶往南极。他想将英国国旗插在那儿。美国国旗已经插上了北极,而英国国旗正插向南极。;Bjaaland began to understand.He started to smile and couldn#39;t stop.He was warm and excited.比阿兰德开始省悟了,脸上露出了微笑,难以自制。他浑身暖洋洋的,亢奋不已。;Well,boys,;Amundsen said slowly.;Do we want the British to put their flag at the South Pole first?How fast can we travel?We have a lot of dogs,and some of the most won-derful skiers on earth;Bjaaland here is the best in Norway!So I have an idea,boys.Let#39;s go to the South Pole,and put the Norwegian flag there before the British!What do you say?;;好吧,伙计们,;阿蒙森缓缓地说,;眼睁睁地看着英国人将他们的旗帜首先插上南极,我们能同意吗?我们的前行速度非常之快,不是吗?我们不仅带着许多,而且拥有地球上最杰出的滑雪能手:我们这儿的比阿兰德便是全挪威最优秀的!所以,我有个主意,伙计们。咱们到南极去,赶在英国国旗之前,将挪威国旗插到那儿去!你们有何看法?;For a minute or two it was very quiet.Amundsen waited,and the men watched him and thought.Then Bjaaland laughed.一时间,整个场面安静极了。阿蒙森等待着,而这些人看着他,考虑着这些。这时,比阿兰德朗笑出声。;Yes!;he said.;Why not?It#39;s a ski race,isn#39;t it,and the English can#39;t ski!It#39;s a wonderful idea,of course!Let#39;s go!;;对!;他说,;为什么不呢?这是场滑雪比赛,难道不是吗?再说,英国人不会滑雪!这主意绝妙之极!咱们就去那儿!; Article/201202/171648上饶伤疤激光多少钱 It was a strange day—Thursday—for a wedding. Who ever heard of a Thursday wedding? “Well,” Harlan explained to everyone, “the Thursday event is going to cost me half of what Friday, Saturday, or Sunday would cost me. And a 50-percent discount is a lot of money, believe me.” Everyone believed him. Harlan knew how to count his pennies. The early evening event was at Cowfish, apopular restaurant and meeting place on campus.Nevin and Janelle arrived at 5 p.m. for pictures, but the photographer had been delayed on the freeway because someone had jumped off an overpass. So they decided to take a stroll on campus. Walking westward, they soon found a fish pond. About a dozen small turtles were swimming in the eastern end of the pond. As Janelle kneeled at water’s edge, all the turtles swam toward her. A couple of them climbed out of the water and onto the footpath. They wanted food, but a sign advised visitors not to feed the fish or turtles. So she apologized to the turtles—not that she had any turtle food anyway, she added. Nevin and Janelle took pictures of themselves and the turtles.They walked back to Cowfish just before the ceremony was to begin. Some of the preacher’s words were unclear because of static on the portable microphone. After the preacher pronounced Harlan and Ellen husband and wife, guests clapped and cheered. The photographer, who had gotten “some great pictures” of the fallen body, busily took pictures of the bride and groom, the preacher, the parents, and the guests.After their meal, Nevin and Janelle said good night to the newly married couple. This was the fourth marriage for Harlan, so everyone was hoping it would be his last. Then Nevin and Janelle walked out to their car, holding hands and talking about what would be the same and what would be different at their own wedding. That is, if they didn’t decide to just drive to Las Vegas for a quick marriage, with Elvis performing at their ceremony. “That way, our only difficult decision will be to pick which song he will sing for us,” Janelle said. Article/201105/135282But Uncle Vernon wasn#39;t going to give in without a fight.弗农姨父还想作最后的抗争。;Haven#39;t I told you he#39;s not going?; he hissed. ;He#39;s going to Stonewall High and he#39;ll be grateful for it. I#39;ve those letters and he needs all sorts of rubbish ; spell books and wands and;;;我没告诉过你他是不会去的吗?;他说,;他马上就要去斯德伍中学念书了,他会为此心存感激的。我读过那些信了,他需要的都是一些垃圾;;咒语书,魔杖和;;;;If he wants ter go, a great Muggle like you won#39;t stop him,; growled Hagrid. ;Stop Lily anrsquo; James Potter#39;s son goinrsquo; ter Hogwarts! Yer mad. His name#39;s been down ever since he was born. He#39;s off ter the finest school of witchcraft and wizardry in the world. Seven years there and he won#39;t know himself. He#39;ll be with youngsters of his own sort, fer a change, anrsquo; he#39;ll be under the greatest headmaster Hogwarts ever had Albus Dumbled;;;如果他想去的话,像你这样的麻瓜是无法阻止他的。;海格咆哮着,;你想阻止莉莉和杰姆斯的儿子去霍格沃茨!你这个疯子。他一出生他的名字就众人皆知了,他将会在世界上最好的魔法学校深造,七年后他就会脱胎换骨。他会和他年龄相当的年轻人呆在一起,他会在霍格沃茨有史以来最好的校长邓布利多手下做事;;;;I AM NOT PAYING FOR SOME CRACKPOT OLD FOOL TO TEACH HIM MIC TRICKS!; yelled Uncle Vernon.;我可不想花钱让一些老混蛋教他怎么变魔术!;弗农姨父大叫。But he had finally gone too far. Hagrid seized his umbrella and whirled it over his head, ;NEVER ; ; he thundered, ; ; INSULT ; ALBUS ; DUMBLEDORE ; IN ; FRONT ; OF ; ME!;他显然是做得太过分了。海格抓住他的伞在他头上转了几圈。;听着,;他厉声说,;千万不要在我的面前侮辱邓布利多!;He brought the umbrella swishing down through the air to point at Dudley ; there was a flash of violet light, a sound like a firecracker, a sharp squeal, and the next second, Dudley was dancing on the spot with his hands clasped over his fat bottom, howling in pain. When he turned his back on them, Harry saw a curly pig#39;s tail poking through a hole in his trousers.接着海格又挥舞着他的伞指向了达力;;只见空中划过一道紫色的闪光。只听一声类似鞭炮的巨响,夹杂着一阵尖厉的响声。下一秒只见达力手舞足蹈起来,手在屁股后面乱抓着。当他把后背转过来时,哈利看见一条猪尾巴从他裤子里钻了出来。Uncle Vernon roared. Pulling Aunt Petunia and Dudley into the other room, he cast one last terrified look at Hagrid and slammed the door behind them.弗农姨父发怒了。他把佩妮姨妈和达德里拖进了另一间房,他恨恨地看了海格一眼就进房砰地一声把门关上了。上饶那个医院去除伤疤做好的

上饶激光美容医院哪家好PART THREE - A YOUNG WOMAN AT THORNFIELDCHAPTER THIRTEENMr. Mason is AttackedI woke up in the middle of the night to hear someone shouting. I jumped out of bed. It came from the top floor! What was happening? Then I heard the sounds of two people [-----1-----]."Help! Help! Help! Won't anyone help me?" yelled a man's voice. "Rochester! Rochester! [-----2-----]!"All the ladies and gentlemen woke up and opened their doors. "What's happening? Are there murderers in the house? Where's Rochester?" they cried."Here I am!" said Rochester, coming down the stairs. "It's all right. Don't be afraid, ladies. A servant has had a bad dream, that's all, and started shouting. There's nothing to worry about. Please go back to sleep." These words seemed to [-----3-----] everyone, so they went back to bed.But I knew that I had heard two people fighting. I dressed and waited in my room, in case Mr. Rochester needed me. Soon Thornfield Hall was quiet again. Then I heard someone outside my door."Are you awake, Jane?" said Mr. Rochester."Yes, sir, and dressed.""Good. I need your help. Bring a clean cloth with you." Quickly and quietly we went up to the top floor. Mr. Rochester opened one of the small black doors. "Does the sight of blood frighten you?" he asked."I don't think so," I said.We walked into a large, dark room with curtains hung on the walls. On one of the walls a curtain was pushed back. I saw a secret door that led into another room. From inside the room, I heard angry sounding noises. They sounded like an animal's but also like a human's. 填空 :1.fighting2.For God's sake3.calmVocabulary Focusin case...:假如,万一。(例如:In case it rains, I won't go there.万一下雨了,我就不去了。) Article/200905/68894上饶市第二人民医院治疗青春痘多少钱 Russell closed the tailgate of the pickup and they drove to the dock. It was a cold day, and it was raining. They transferred the barrel into the back of Russell’s 25-foot fishing boat. The boat was named “Staci,” although it had first been named "Kathy," and then “Beverly,” after Russell’s first two wives. Russell steered the boat into the gulf. An hour later, after some slipping and grunting and lifting, they managed to dump the barrel overboard. George told Russell that it had become a “three case” job. Russell chuckled and said no problem.Russell stopped at a supermarket on the way home, and they put three cases of cold Bud into the bed of the pickup. Russell opened a case and pulled out two cans, and they drank them on the way back to the house in the warmth of the cab.George called Staci a few days later, because he wanted to borrow some money from her. Russell said that Staci was gone.“What do you mean, ‘gone’”? George asked. Russell said that Staci had left him for another man, and she had moved out of the city. George thought that was very odd; but because Russell was a policeman, George believed him. He asked Russell if he could borrow 0 so that he could spend the weekend in Las Vegas. Russell said no problem.Before leaving, George called his mom to tell her about Staci. When he returned from Vegas, George saw his sister’s face on the local TV news. Under her picture was the word “Missing.” The TV reporter said that Kathy, Russell’s first wife, had been accidentally shot to death while turkey hunting with Russell six years ago. Beverly, Russell’s second wife, had accidentally drowned in her bathtub three years ago. George, now suspicious, put down his beer. He called the police. The officer asked if she could put him on hold for a second. George said no problem. Article/201105/136268上饶去斑

上饶妇幼保健院韩式隆鼻多少钱No one now living in the ed States can remember when the contest began between the Democratic and the Republican parties. It has been going on for more than a century, making it one of the oldest political rivalries in the world.The American political system is a classical example of the two-party system. When we say that we have a two-party system in the ed States we do not mean that we have only two parties. Usually about a dozen parties nominate presidential candidates. We call it a two-party system because we have two large parties and a number of small parties, and the large parties are so large that we often forget about the rest. Usually the small parties collectively poll less than 5 per cent of the vote cast in national elections.The democratic and Republican parties are the largest and most competitive organizations in the American community. The organize the electorate very simply by maintaining the two-party system. Americans almost inevitably become Democrats or Republicans because there is usually no other place for them go to. Moreover, because the rivalry of these parties is very old, most Americans know where they belong in the system. As a consequence of the dominance of the major parties, most elected officials are either Republicans or Democrats. Attempts to break up this old system have been made in every presidential election in the past one hundred years, but the system has survived all assaults.How does it happen that the two-party system is so strongly rooted in American politics? The explanation is probably to be found in the way elections are conducted. In the ed States, unlike countries with a parliamentary system of government, we elect not only the President, but a large number of other officials, about 800,000 of them. We also elect congressmen from single-member districts. For example, we elect 435 members of the House of Representatives from 435 districts (there are a few exceptions), one member for each district. Statistically, this kind of election favors the major parties. The system of elections makes it easy for the major parties to maintain their dominant position, because they are likely to win more than their share of the offices.One of the great consequences of the system is that it produces majorities automatically. Because there are only two competitors in the running, it is almost inevitable that one will receive a majority. Moreover, the system tends slightly to exaggerate the victory of the winning party. This is not always true, but the strong tendency to produce majorities is built into the system.In over 200 years of constitutional history, Americans have learned much about the way in which the system can be managed so as to make possible the peaceful transfer of power from one party to the other. At the level of presidential elections, the party in power has been overturned by the party out of power nineteen times, almost once a decade. In the election of 1860, the political system broke down, and the Civil War, the worst disaster in American history, resulted. Our history justifies our confidence in the system but also shows that it is not foolproof.The second major party is able to survive a defeat because the statistical tendency that exaggerates the victory of the winning party operates even more strongly in favor of the second party against the third, fourth, and fifth parties. As a result, the defeated major party is able to maintain a monopoly of the opposition. The advantage of the second party over the third is so great that it is the only party that is likely to be able to overturn the party in power. It is able, therefore, to attract the support of everyone seriously opposed to the party in power. The second party is important as long as it can monopolize the movement to overthrow the party in power, because it is certain to come into power sooner or later.Another consequence of the two-party system is that whereas minor parties are likely to identify themselves with special interests or special programs and thus take extreme positions, the major parties are so large that they tend to be moderate. Evidence of the moderation of the major parties is that much business is conducted across party lines. What happens when the Democrats control one house of Congress and the Republicans control the other? About the same volume of legislation is passed as when one party controls both houses, although some important legislation is likely to be blocked temporarily. It is possible to carry on the work of the government even when party control is divided because party differences are not fundamental.现在生活在美国的人没人能记起民主党和共和党之间的竞争是什么时候开始的。这种竞争进行了一个多世纪,是世界上最早的政治竞争之一。美国的政治体制是两党制的典型范例。当我们说美国有两党制时,并不是指美国只有两个政党。通常约有十几个政党提名总统候选人。我们之所以称之为两党制,是因为有两个大党派和许多小党派。通常小党派合在一起在全国选举是得票低于全国所投票数的5%。在美国社会里,民主党和共和党是最大和最有竞争力的组织。他们通过维持两党制,很轻松地组织选民。因为通常没有其它选择,美国人几乎无可避免地成为民主党员或共和党员。此外,因为这些党的竞争历史很久,多数美国人知道自己属于两党中的哪一派。作为两大党占优势的结果,多数当选官员不是共和党员就是民主党员。在过去的100年里,每年的总统选举中都进行了一些打破旧体制的尝试,但这种体制经受住了所有的攻击继续存在。两党制是如何能如此坚实地扎根于美国政治中的呢?可能就在选举的运作方式中。美国不同于政府议会制国家,我们不仅选举总统,而且还选举许多官员,他们大约有80万人。国会议员也是从每区一票的选举中选出的。例如:我们从435个选区选举435名参议员,每一个选区选举一名参议员。从统计学上来讲,这种选举对大党派有利。选举制度使大党轻而易举地保持着他们的统治地位,因为他们赢得的席位可能比他们应得的份额多。这种制度的最大结果就是它自动地产生了多数党。因为只有两个竞争者参加竞选,几乎可以肯定其中一个将赢得多数。而且,这种制度似乎有些夸大获胜党的胜利。虽然并不总是如此。但是产生多数党的巨大倾向在这种制度中形成了。在200多年的宪法史中,美国人对两党制的运作方法已经有很多了解,以使政权能够和平地从一个政党移交到另一个政党。在总统选举中,执政党已被在野党击败了19次,几乎每十年一次。在1860年的选举中,这种政治制度中断了,结果导致了南北战争――美国历史上最大的灾难。历史明我们有理由对这一制度保持信心,但历史也表明这一制度不是万无一失的。第二大党能在失败下继续生存,是因为在统计上夸大获胜党的获胜,这能够更有力地持第二大党对第三、第四、第五党派的对抗。因此,失败的大党能够保持在反对派中的垄断。第二大党相对于第三党派有巨大的优势,它是唯一可能击败执政党的党派,从而能够吸引强烈反对执政党的每一个党派的持。只要第二大党能够垄断击败执政党的运动,它就是重要的,因为迟早它肯定能上台执政。两党制的另一个结果是:鉴于小党派可能把自己与特殊的利益和特殊的纲领认同为一,因而有可能采取极端立场,而大党很强大所以倾向于温和。大党温和倾向的据是许多事务都是超越党派界限进行。当民主党控制国会的一个院而共和党控制另一个院时,会发生什么呢?像一个党控制国会两院一样,虽然一些重要法规可能被搁置,大约相同卷册的法规会得到批准。由于党派的分歧不是根本的,即使在两个党控制不同部门时,政府工作仍然能够进行。 Article/200803/28121 南昌大学上饶医院激光祛斑多少钱上饶婺源县治疗咖啡斑价格

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