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上饶广丰区去痤疮多少钱江西省上饶激光去除雀斑费用Hello. Royal Imperial Hotel.你好,皇家帝国酒店。Oh, hello. Id like to check availability and rates for a room.你好,我想查一下有没有空房间还有房间价格。When for?您什么时间入住?For three nights from tonight.从今晚开始,总共三晚。Your best room please!请给我你们最好的房间!All our rooms are the best!我们所有的房间都是最好的!But… yes, we have one. Its £100 a night.不过……我们有一间特别好的。100英镑一晚。Right. I work with Tom…Tom Darcy… his friend runs the hotel.好的,我的同事是汤姆……汤姆·达西……是他的朋友开的这家酒店。I wondered if you could offer me a special rate?我想知道你们能不能给我一个优惠折扣?Tom Darcy? No Ive never heard of him.汤姆·达西?我从没听过这个人啊。Sorry, its still £100.对不起,价格还是100英镑。Does the price include breakfast?价格里面包含早餐吗?Yes. We offer a full continental breakfast of toast, or b, oh, and tea…or coffee…. and cereal.是的,我们提供全套的欧式早餐,有土司或者面包,还有茶或者咖啡,还有麦片粥。Oh. And do you have any business facilities?好的。那你们有什么商务设施吗?Well, weve got paper and pens.我们有笔和纸。I was thinking, internet, wi fi… shoe shine?你们有网络、无线网或者擦鞋机吗?Yes. Weve got that.是的,我们都有。Good. And most importantly, is this a single room?好的,最重要的一点是,这个房间是单人房吗?Weve only got twin rooms.我们只有双人间。 /201702/491110上饶做双眼皮医院 Jimmy Carter Gets Cold Reception in Israel美国前总统卡特在以色列遭到冷落  Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter is getting a cold reception in Israel. Mr. Carter is perceived as having a strong anti-Israel bias.  美国前总统卡特在以色列遭到冷遇。以色列总理奥尔默特和以色列政府的外交部长都故意冷落卡特,拒绝与他见面。 Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and his foreign minister have snubbed Mr. Carter and are refusing to meet with him. They are angry that the former president compares Israeli policies to apartheid and that he plans to meet this week with Khaled Mashaal, a leader of the Islamic militant group Hamas, in Damascus. Hamas refuses to renounce violence or recognize Israel.  卡特把以色列的政策与南非种族隔离相提并论,此外卡特本星期还准备在大马士革会见伊斯兰激进组织哈马斯的领导人马沙尔都令他们感到强烈不满。哈马斯拒绝放弃暴力,也不愿意承认以色列。The spokesman for the Israel branch of the Anti-Defamation League, Arieh O'Sullivan, says Mr. Carter is sending the wrong message.  “反诽谤联盟”组织以色列分的发言人奥沙利文说,卡特发出了错误的信息。"Former President Jimmy Carter, he is on a very destructive path right now in the Middle East," said Arieh O'Sullivan. "He is going to Syria, he is going to meet with the head of Hamas, to engage with terrorists."  他说:“美国前总统卡特目前在中东问题上的立场具有很大的破坏性。他准备前往叙利亚会见哈马斯领导人,与恐怖分子交往。”Mr. Carter defended his plans on American television, in an interview with A's This Week. 而卡特在接受美国广播公司“本周”电视节目采访时为自己作辩护说:"I think there is no doubt in anyone's mind that if Israel is ever going to find peace with justice concerning the relationship with their next door neighbors, the Palestinians, that Hamas will have to be included in the process," said Jimmy Carter. “我认为任何人都毫不怀疑,如果以色列想要和平正义,与他们的邻居巴勒斯坦人和平相处的话,那么哈马斯必将被包括在和平进程当中。”He said he would try to convince Hamas to halt attacks against Israeli civilians, but in an unofficial capacity. 他说,他会立以非官方的身份,努力说哈马斯停止袭击以色列平民。"I am not going as a mediator or negotiator," he said. "This is a mission we take as part of the overall Carter Center project to promote peace in the region." 卡特说:“我不会作为调停者或者谈判人员前往那里。此行不过是卡特中心促进中东和平的整体项目的一部分。” Despite the snub by Israeli leaders, Mr. Carter did meet with Israel's ceremonial President Shimon Peres. On Monday, the former president will visit the southern Israeli town of Sderot that has been battered by Palestinian rockets fired from nearby Gaza and on Tuesday, he travels to the West Bank for talks with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.  卡特尽管受到以色列领导人的冷落,但是他还是会晤了总统佩雷斯。而总统在以色列仅是礼仪性的领导人。星期一,卡特前总统将访问以色列南部城镇斯德洛特,这一城镇曾遭受巴勒斯坦人从附近加沙地带发射的火箭的袭击。星期二,他要前往约旦河西岸与巴勒斯坦权力机构主席阿巴斯会晤。 200804/34886Zimbabwe Leaders Sign Power-Sharing Deal津两派分权 反对党人当正副总理   Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai have signed a power sharing agreement aimed at ending the country's lengthy political crisis. The agreement was reached after weeks of bargaining mediated by South Africa. 津巴布韦总统穆加贝和反对党领导人茨万吉拉伊签署了旨在结束津巴布韦旷日持久政治危机的权力分享协议。这个协议是在南非的斡旋下,经过几星期的谈判达成的。South African President Thabo Mbeki announced late Thursday night that Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and leaders of the opposition had agreed to share power in a unity government. 南非总统姆贝基星期四夜间宣布,津巴布韦总统穆加贝和反对党领导人已经同意在团结政府中分享权力。"An agreement has been reached about all of the matters that served on the agenda of those negotiations. There will be a formal signing ceremony on Monday," he said. 姆贝基说:“双方已经就那些谈判议事日程上的各个项目达成了协议。星期一将举行正式签署仪式。”Mr. Mbeki said all the leaders had agreed to the accord which was described as signaling a new dawn for the country. 姆贝基说,所有的领导人都同意了这份协议,人们把这项协议称为津巴布韦黎明的曙光。Details are to be announced Monday but sources said that under the agreement, Mr. Mugabe's ZANU-PF party is to hold 15 ministerial portfolios. The opposition Movement for Democratic Change led by Morgan Tsvangirai is to receive 13 ministries. And a smaller opposition faction led by Arthur Mutambara is to hold three posts. 星期一将宣布协议的具体细节,但是消息来源说,根据协议,穆加贝的政党将保持15个部长职位,茨万吉拉伊领导的反对党争取民主变革运动则掌管13个政府部门,穆坦巴拉领导的较小的反对派将控制3个部门。Mr. Mugabe is to continue as head-of-state while Tsvangirai is to occupy the newly created post of prime minister. The opposition will also occupy two newly created posts of deputy prime minister. 穆加贝将继续担任国家元首,茨万吉拉伊将担任新设立的总理。反对党还将拥有两个新设立的副总理职位。Reaction in the Zimbabwean capital, Harare, was cautious. A man who would not give his name expressed doubts over whether the long-time rivals would be able to govern together."We were waiting for quite some time actually for the deal to be successful but I am very skeptical about the outcome of the deal," he said.One of the estimated three million Zimbabwean refugees who have fled to South Africa, Farai Ndlovu, was more positive."That joint venture is very good, what is needed is just to have the consensus relations between these two guys. But otherwise everything will be fine," said Ndlovu.But fellow Johannesburg immigrant, Archie Tapera, welcomed the accord."I think it's a positive thing, one of the major achievements in the history of Zimbabwe," said Tapera.The agreement ends months of uncertainty after the opposition won a majority in parliamentary elections last March and Tsvangirai defeated Mr. Mugabe in the first round of the presidential vote. 反对党在今年3月的议会选举中赢得多数席位,而且茨万吉拉伊在第一轮总统大选中击败了穆加贝,津巴布韦随即动荡不安。这一协议结束了几个月来的不安定局面。However, Mr. Mugabe won the runoff election after Tsvangirai withdrew citing a campaign of state-sponsored violence in which more than 100 activists were killed. 但是茨万吉拉伊后来表示政府持暴力活动,因此他决定退出总统大选的决选,穆加贝赢得了决选。Leaders hope the unity government will be able to stabilize Zimbabwe's economy, characterized by hyper-inflation and 80 percent unemployment. And they hope it will attract billions of dollars worth of reconstruction aid that have been promised by the international community. 各位领导人都希望团结政府能够稳定津巴布韦的经济,津巴布韦目前有超高的通货膨胀率和80%的失业率。他们希望津巴布韦能引进国际社会承诺的数十亿美元的重建援助资金。200809/48431江西省上饶假体丰胸多少钱

上饶第五人民医院整形美容中心"We advanced in silence, saving our battle cries to the last. When the enemy came within reach, my archers released a storm of arrows, and my cavalry attacked without mercy."According to the Secret History(蒙古秘史), each tactic was meticulously planned and ingenious. Temujin(铁木真) held squadrons and weapons in reserve. Then with the enemy in disarray, they regrouped and charged. One of Temujin's cavalry squadrons suddenly fled the battlefield. Jemuqa's(扎木和) men chased them down. But they were being lured into a trap. In the heart of the battle, Jemuqa saw his army destroyed and he ran. squadron: any of a variety of military units containing both personnel and vehiclesmeticulously: very carefully and precisely200809/49719上饶玉山县做双眼皮埋线多少钱 Fighting on the right, questioning on the left, the candid Tony Blair admitted today that he's battling on all fronts to get his way on public sector reform. At his last regular Downing Street press conference of the year, Mr. Blair told journalists he felt confident, and was enjoying the fight, but as well as reinvigorated Conservative Party, he is also facing a revolt of his own party over his education reforms. Our political editor Gary Gibbon takes a look at what the new year might bring for the prime minister.Gary Gibbon: This was the prime minister's chance to say how he sees the coming year, to kill off any notion that he is flagging, oppressed by his critics, likely to throw in the towel, to persuade his audience that 2006 will not be the year his premiership ends.Tony Blair: I feel a tremendous sense of confidence. I've never felt more confident. We should be confident. I feel very confident. I thought I 've never felt more confident...Gary Gibbon: But is the prime minister confident that he can get his way, or confident he can keep his job? There're signs of Westminster that he won't necessarily be able to do both. Normally, reliable supporters of the government determined not to let prime minister have his way on education reforms. They sense the government's offering a compromise, perhaps tightening the rules on selection, but they're determined to make a stand against what they see as a drastic reform of local education authorities.""You've got a te....for loosening the LEA's control over secondary schools and rethinking it."Gary Gibbon: The rebels are demanding a rewrite of the bill that would tighten local government's grip on schools."...would it be worse passing an education bill that in some cases strengthened the LEA's control and largely left it unreformed?"Tony Blair: It won't. No is the answer. If...if...if what it does, actually hobbles schools from moving forward in the way that they need to."Clive Betts: I don't want to speculate on the end of the prime minister's premiership, because ..um.. you know..there..he has just won the... a thrid term...um.. as I say, the, there has been a great success in our education program so far in raising standards (but) and building new schools (but), but I just wish he would listen on this issue.Gary Gibbon: In this week, the prime minister have to deal with public attacks from a man who says he just doesn't do that sort of thing."But when we do disagree. I don't wish you out and issue a press release or brief the newspapers."Gary Gibbon: But that 's what he just did, swacking the prime minister where it hurts. He said he was critical and not totally convinced of Mr.Blair's cherished education plans.Tony Blair: ...you know, in respect of John's comments on, on education, I doubt any of you are particularly surprised that was his concern,..um...and, you know he, he does this.."Gary Gibbon: And Tony Blair is entering a new year in which the polls are moving in the wrong direction. An average of polls after the election showed Labor within an 8 point lead. This month Labor's down. The Tories for the first time in 12 years could be getting a sustained lead. Mr. Blair said Labor could come back, if it's stuck with public sector reform. He sensed David Cameron's conservatives wanted to paint Labor the party of the state, and that trap must be avoided.Tony Blair: If there is an arguement that the Labor party has got to be careful of, it's this arguement that we are more interested in the state than we're in people.George Osborne: Tony Blair is right to identify this is a problem for the Labor party. Uh, the only thing I'd say he has been prime minister for eight years and he's not done much about it, ur, the Labor government's solutions and also its public service reforms have tended to be top-down solutions, and of course there is this, other person in charge of the Labor party Golden Brown, who explicitly rules out..Um.. greater transfer of collective power to a community away from the state.Gary Gibbon: Mr.Blair warned against high-octane sensational headlines predicting his imminent demise, but he knows he is entering a year that many in his own party hope will be the closing chapter of his leadership.The prime minister also insisted he didn't want to add fuel to claims that CIA planes can, prisoners onboard, may have landed in Britain before moving to countries to practise torture. Last weekend, the US Secretary of state Colin Paul said that rendition is not new or unknown to my European friends. Well, I ask the prime minister, now that he knows, is he going to investigate the allegations?Tony Blair: I, I have absolutely no evidence to suggest that anything illegal's been happening here at all, and I don't want to start ordering inquiries into this stuff or the next thing well if I've got no evidence to show whether this's right or not, and honestly, you know, it's like all the stuff about camps in Europe or something, I don't know, I've never heard of such a thing, I can't tell you whether such a thing exists, because I don't know 本期难点1. throw in the towel: give up; admit defeat.2. the LEA: Local Education Authority (UK) 3. swack: vt. [苏]重击; 鞭打; 猛掷 4. Tory: A member of a British political party, founded in 1689, that was the opposition party to the Whigs and has been known as the Conservative Party since about 1832. 5. high-octane: High-powered; dynamic200805/39184上饶广丰区激光治疗红血丝价格

上饶激光纹身要哪家医院好Palestinian Gunmen Kill Two Israelis in Cross-Border Attack加沙激进分子越境杀以色列平民  Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip have carried out a deadly cross-border raid. The attack is likely to provoke Israeli retaliation.  加沙地带的巴勒斯坦激进分子越过以色列边界发动了一次猛烈的袭击。这次袭击可能会招致以色列人的报复。 Four Palestinian gunmen stormed through the border fence in Gaza and attacked an Israeli cargo crossing in a daring daylight raid. They shot and killed two Israeli civilians who work for the company that supplies fuel to Gaza.  四名巴勒斯坦手越过加沙地带的边境隔离墙,在光天化日之下大胆地袭击了以色列的一个货运关卡。他们开打死了两名以色列平民。这两名以色列平民受雇于一家为加沙地带提供燃料的公司。Israeli general Yoav Galant who rushed to the scene said it could have been worse.  以色列的加兰特将军迅速赶往事发现场。他说,这起事件的后果本来可能会更加严重。He said the militants were apparently planning to attack a kibbutz collective farm or to kidnap a soldier. The general said the quick response of Israeli troops prevented further casualties.  加兰特说,很显然,这些激进分子原来计划袭击基布兹集体农庄或者绑架一名军人。加兰特将军说,由于以色列军队作出了快速的反应,才避免了更多的人员伤亡。Two gunmen were killed and two others fled back across the border. Then, according to Israeli sources, a helicopter fired a missile at the getaway car in Gaza, killing the other two gunmen and apparently their driver.  两名手被打死,另外两名手穿过边境逃了回去。根据以色列方面提供的消息,当时一架直升飞机朝加沙地带一辆正在逃离中的汽车发射一枚导弹,炸死了另外两名手,他们的司机也显然被炸死。Two Islamic militant groups, Islamic Jihad and the Popular Resistance Committees, claimed responsibility for the shooting.  两个伊斯兰激进分子组织--伊斯兰圣战组织和人民抵抗委员会声称对这起击事件负责。Islamic Jihad spokesman Abu Ahmad described the raid as a "unique and complicated operation." The Islamic militant group Hamas, which rules Gaza, said it was a "heroic and courageous" attack. 伊斯兰圣战组织的发言人艾哈迈德说这次袭击是“一次独特而复杂的行动”。控制加沙地带的伊斯兰激进组织哈马斯说,这是一次“英勇的”袭击。Israeli officials are furious that the gunmen attacked a cargo crossing that brings in fuel for the Palestinian people. 以色列官员对这次袭击表示愤慨,因为手们袭击的这个货运关卡正在越过边境向巴勒斯坦人民运输燃料。Cabinet Minister Gideon Ezra said Israel should cut off fuel supplies to Gaza. While Israel has reduced fuel shipments in response to daily Palestinian rocket attacks, it sends in enough fuel and food to Gaza to avoid a humanitarian crisis.  以色列内阁部长埃兹拉说,以色列应当停止往加沙地带提供燃料。尽管以色列已经减少了燃料供应量,以此来回应巴勒斯坦人每天发动的火箭袭击,但是,以色列仍然在往加沙地带输送足够的燃料和食物,以避免人道危机。Israel said it holds Hamas responsible for the attack, and it will pay a heavy price.  以色列方面表示,哈马斯组织应当为这次袭击事件负责,哈马斯组织将为此付出沉重的代价。200804/34140 In this morning's "Reaching for More", older women working for younger bosses, for many baby boomers dealing with a much younger and sometimes less experienced supervisor, can be a very delicate balancing act.One of the challenges that I have sometimes (is) sort of looking for younger bosses is,er, that we were just in different places with our careers; They're building and I'm, mmm, you know, I'm kind of wanna, beginning to look, to be,er,on the other side of things.Since I'm like 20 years younger than them, they get(s) a little intimidated because I'm so much younger and I know more than they do.Younger bosses could actually stop and listen to some of their older co-workers sometimes and benefit from them.They bring to me the new technologies, the new way of thinking, the younger way of thinking, and um, I bring to them my ex... my life experience/ and my knowledge that's obviously older.Peggy Northrop is the Editor-in-Chief of More Magazine, Peggy, good morning.Morning.Oh, you were as shocked as I was when that woman said "I know so much more than them". I'm 20 years younger and I know so much more~But,but I've been there, I 've been there, haven't you? When you are young and you think,nobody can,can tell you anything, I do think that's a big source of tension in the work force.I would think so, I would say so,er, is this, Peggy, the,the ultimate generation gap, do you think?We are all gonna be there sooner or later. I mean there are twice as many baby boomers in the work force as there are the generation right behind us. We can't all be bosses, eventually this is gonna happen if we stand the work force.Hmm, do you think woman have a harder time with this than man?I think woman are a little bit more sensitive about their emotions,about stuff like this anyway, but also think about what women have gone through in the work force, especially the older generation, they had to work so hard to get where they are and so I think they sometimes look at the younger generation/ and say : Honey, you don't remember what it was like when I couldn't even talk about my family, when I was starting out, and here you are, you've got the room down the hall, the breast-feeding if you want, and it's a real, um, it's a real difference just in terms of what the expectations were.Do you think it matters we, we, we heard in that, that piece of tape the woman who said I'm like 20 years younger, does, does the number matter if it's 20 years,er,your boss is 20 years younger or 5 years younger? Do you think that?I think 5 years is pretty easy to, you know, you, you'll share a lot of the same cultural references, I mean you are pretty much in high school all of the same time,so uh, but the 20-year difference is a big gulf, I mean think about it you could be that person's parent, so you really had, it's a...it really is different generation.And,and,and if we find ourselves in that situation I mean you have a couple of strategies that, that we should use, and what about this "don't be their parent"?Right, right, I mean it, it's very easy to be patronizing or to er,use cultural references that, you know, you and all your friends get, but they are not gonna get, I mean they didn't grow up watching the Brady Bunch, er, so you can't really talk about that stuff around the water-cool/,you have to be careful about that, but you also,you wanna give the person a chance, I mean any boss you have to do that anyway, don't make an assumption that this person doesn't know anything, they probably have things to teach you and if they are your boss, you have to be supportive of them, you are all working toward/ the same thing, it's not like family therapy, where you all have to love each other, you are working toward this same goal.... working together,yeah.Sounds like he, we, the older worker, would have to put maybe our ego on the back burner a little bit. Yes, yes. What if Peggy,you do all of these things and it just still is not working out. I mean, is that the time you go to look for another job and that's not easy when you are 40 plus years old.That's not easy and, you know, a lot of us who are, who are older, are thinking about what our next act is going to be. So that is something that you might wanna be thinking about--changing careers. But I always think, you know, you have so much maturity if you've, if you've been working for 20-25 years. You have a lot of maturity to offer the person you are working for. So you can always go to them and say 'Look, we're all working for the same thing here,I am not interested in, I am not moving up in the way you are. How can I help you succeed? You know, I can help you look good. So how are we gonna do that together? I think..And who would turn that down?And I would, yeah, I would think that's a great strategy.Yeah, that is a really good strategy. Peggy Northrop. It's a very interesting article. 200809/49553上饶鄱阳县脸部激光美白多少钱武夷山脱小腿毛多少钱



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