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郑州/吸脂减肥手术哪家医院好郑州中医院割双眼皮手术多少钱62. If I were you... 如果我是你······ 用法透视 这是一个假设句,用来给别人提建议。 持范例 1. I wouldn't wear a sweater in such hot weather if I were you. 换做我是你,我不会在这样的大热天穿毛衣。 2. If I were you, I would explain to Harry what happened. 如果我是你,我会去向哈利解释事情的经过。 3. If you were me, would you study English or go to the movie? 如果你是我,你会去学英语还是去看电影? 会话记忆 A: I can't decide what I should do. 我无法决定该怎么做。 B: What's the problem? 什么事啊? A: Should I date Tom or should I date Harry? 我到底该和汤姆约会还是跟大卫约会? B: That's easy. If I were you, I'd date me! 这很简单,如果我是你,我会跟我约会 /200705/13453郑州市第一人民医院光子嫩肤价钱费用 Telephone interview with Bengt Holmstr#246;m following the announcement of The 2016 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel. The interviewer is Adam Smith, Chief Scientific Officer of Nobel Media. Bengt Holmstr#246;m (BH): Hello. Adam Smith (AS): Oh, hello. May I speak to Professor Holmstr#246;m, please? BH: Speaking. AS: Ah, this is Adam Smith calling from Nobelprize.org, the official website of the Nobel Prize in Stockholm. Congratulations on the Prize in Economic Sciences. BH: Yes, thank you. AS: First of all, you are a Finn, but of the Swedish speaking minority population. Does that make it especially meaningful to receive this Swedish prize? BH: Yes, of course, I mean the Nobel Prize is very special, but being a Finn and a Swedish-speaking Finn, and seeing Stockholm is obviously my second home town, you know, its very special for me. My family, a big part of my family lives there. AS: How did you actually hear the news this morning? BH: Yeah, I was woken up and I thought it was a reminder of taking my medication, and then I learnt that it was not about medication, it was about the Prize. AS: Its a nice surprise. BH: It was a very nice surprise, yes. AS: Oliver Hart said that he phoned you early. BH: Yes, Oliver Hart, Im so glad that I won it with him. Hes my closest friend here, and you know we have worked together and talked together over the years, and he has been a great inspiration for my research. AS: One thing I was that you are a proponent of using the blackboard, the chalkboard, when teaching. You never use slides. That seems quite surprising these days. BH: I use slides when I give seminars, but I would say that I like to look at people that teach from the blackboard and I teach myself from the blackboard. AS: I suppose it aids thinking. BH: Well, its much easier for the people to think, and it gives you the freedom to go wherever the lecture goes. Im not a person who plans exactly what Im going to say. It depends on what questions people ask and what they want to talk about. My lectures are never the same even though the title may be the same. AS: Could you extend that process to talking about your own research, that you just see which avenues you follow next, you allow yourself freedom? BH: Well, I think you have to have a goal, but, yes, research that takes its own path, an unexpected path, thats a very essential part of doing research. So research that exactly goes where you expected it to go is uninteresting on the whole. You need to start travelling somewhere, you know you have to decide you want to get to Stockholm, but if on the way, you know, you see Paris, you may want to stop there, to give you a sort of metaphorical answer. So research is a trip, and you have to be attentive to all the things you see and be able also to move away from the planned path. AS: The Prize will of course focus the worlds attention on contract theory, and I imagine it is increasingly important given the growing public debate about incentives, and corporate governance, and public versus private provision of services, etc. BH: Yes. But I want to emphasise that its not just about money. People have a very narrow view of incentives, but one can say that almost everything in economics is about incentives, but if you look at incentive theory what has happened is that instead of just focussing on some ways to pay people so that they do certain things, its very much about structuring their jobs or structuring the organisation in a way that motivates. So the issue of motivation is hugely broader than just asking you know how should people get the CEO to behave in a particular way, and financial, monetary incentives are in some sense too effective often. They are very powerful in sending signals as well as, of course, rewarding finically. And so one has to be very careful in their use. AS: Thats very interesting. So one must think more broadly. BH: Yes. So not paying people is also an incentive, if one wants to put it that way. Sometimes no financial incentive is the best incentive. AS: Now youre in for a day, I suppose, of constant interviews and conversations. How does that strike you? BH: Well, its another twist. You know, I take it where it goes. I follow where it goes. I have no idea whats ahead. AS: Well, I wish you every success and joy in your journey into the unknown today. BH: Thank you very much. AS: We very much look forward to welcoming you to Stockholm in December. BH: Yes, I am fully intending to come. Thanks so much. Bye bye. AS: Thank you. Bye bye.201611/476055Im a writer and a journalist, and Im also an insanely curious person,我是一个作家,一个新闻记者,我也是一位具有强烈求知欲的人。so in 22 years as a journalist, Ive learned how to do a lot of new things.所以在做新闻记者的22年里,我知道了很多新奇的事物。And three years ago, one of the things I learned how to do was to become invisible.而三年前,我学会做的一件事就是变成隐形人。I became one of the working homeless.我成了一个无家可归的工作者。I quit my job as a newspaper editor after my father died in February of that same year, and decided to travel.我辞掉了报纸编辑的工作,在我父亲那年二月去世之后,我决定去旅行。His death hit me pretty hard. And there were a lot of things that I wanted to feel and deal with while I was doing that.他的去世对我打击非常大。当时这么做,是因为有很多我想去感知和处理的事。Ive camped my whole life. And I decided that living in a van for a year to do this would be like one long camping trip.旅游时我天天都在露营。并且决定在休旅车里住一年,就当作是一段长期野营旅行。So I packed my cat, my Rottweiler and my camping gear into a 1975 Chevy van,所以,我就带上我的猫、我的罗特威尔犬、露营的装备,装载到1975产的雪佛莱旅游车上,and drove off into the sunset, having fully failed to realize three critical things.开车去看日落,但当时完全没想过三件严重的事。One: that society equates living in a permanent structure, even a shack, with having value as a person.一:社会将住房,即使是很小的房间,和人的价值等同起来。Two: I failed to realize how quickly the negative perceptions of other people can impact our reality, if we let it.二:我没有意识到其他人的负面言语对我们本身的影响是多么严重,假如我们放任不管。Three: I failed to realize that homelessness is an attitude, not a lifestyle.三:我没有意识到,无家可归是一种生活态度,而不是一种生活方式。201706/514977开封市垫鼻子多少钱

河南去黄褐斑价格And Im grateful to everyone whos helped to make that happen.我很感激每一个做出贡献的人。I have also always believed that we have to confront big decisions, not duck them.我也一直认为我们必须面对这个重大的决定,而不是回避问题。That is why we delivered the first coalition government in 70 years, to bring our economy back from the brink.这也是为什么我们把自己交付给了70年来第一任联合政府,这个决定把我们的经济从悬崖上带回来。Its why we delivered a fair, legal and decisive referendum in Scotland.这也是为什么我们在苏格兰问题时也提供了一个公平、合法和决定性的公民投票。And its why I made the pledge to renegotiate Britains position in the European Union and to hold the referendum on our membership and have carried those things out.这也是为什么我做出了承诺,重新协商了英国在欧盟的地位,并用公投的形式决定我们的欧盟成员资格,而这些事都已经执行。I fought this campaign in the only way I know how, which is to say directly and passionately what I think and feel - head, heart and soul.我以我唯一能做的方式为这个团体而战:那就是用发自我的理性、心和灵魂的热情和真诚说出我的所思所想。I held nothing back, I was absolutely clear about my belief that Britain is stronger, safer and better off inside the European Union and I made clear the referendum was about this and this alone - not the future of any single politician including myself.我没有任何保留,我非常坚定地相信,选择留在欧盟,英国会更强、更加安全。而且我非常坚信,这次公投纯粹是为了英国的将来,而不是为了任何一个政治团体的利益,也包括我自己的团体。But the British people have made a very clear decision to take a different path and as such I think the country requires fresh leadership to take it in this direction.然而,英国人民选择明确地选择了一条与我所期相异的道路,因此,我认为我们国家需要一个新的领导来带领国家前进。201607/454475郑州市中心医院去胎记多少钱 河南脱毛医院哪家最妆也

郑州二七区黑脸娃娃多少钱Whoa….Thank you so much to the Academy. To the women in this category, Natalie, Isabelle, Meryl, Ruth, you were all so extraordinary and I look up to you and I admire you more than I can put into words. It has been the greatest honor just to stand alongside you. Thats the greatest honor of all. To my mom, and my dad, and my brother Spencer, and my soul sister Chrissie, and my whole family, I love you so much. Thank you for everything. And to Doug Wald, who stood by me all these years. And Holly, and Michelle, and Craig, and P.J., and Greta, and Bob Cooper, thank you so much. And I realize that a moment like this is a huge confluence of luck and opportunity, and so I want to thank Damien Chazelle for the opportunity to be part of a project that was so special and once in a lifetime. Im so grateful to have been involved in this film and thank you for faith and your patience and such a wonderful experience. And Ryan Gosling, thank you for making me laugh and for always raising the bar and for being the greatest partner on this crazy adventure. To our whole crew, everyone that put their hearts and souls into this film, Im going to find you all individually, and Im going to thank you. All along with my friends, who I love so much. Im going to hug the hell out of you when the feeling reenters my body. I still have a lot of growing and learning and work to do. And this guy is a really beautiful symbol to continue on that journey, and Im so grateful for that. So thank you so much. Thank you.201703/499871 And I didnt have to sing for it, by the way And heres the kicker. 当然在这出戏里 我并不需要唱歌还有 最关键的是It was at the Court Theater it was at the same theater. 这部音乐剧是在寇特剧院上演的也就是30年前That I failed that first audition 30 years prior The point is, and ill put up the pace. 我第一次试演失败的那家剧院所以我要说的就是 我会加快速度The point is, every graduate here today has the training and the talent to succeed. 今天在座的所有毕业生你们都有了成功所必需的学习和才能But do you have guts to fail Heres my second point about failure. 然而你们有接受失败的勇气吗?关于失败 我要说的第二个要点是If you dont fail, youre not even trying ill say it again. 如果你没有失败过 说明你都没有好好尝试过我再说一遍If you dont fail, youre not even trying My wife told me this expression. 如果你没有失败过 说明你都没有好好尝试过我太太跟我说过这句经典的话To get something you never had you have to do something you never did. 要得到你从未拥有过的东西你必须做你从来没有做过的事Les Brown, a motivational speaker, he made an analogy about this . 励志演讲者莱斯.布朗对此打过一个比方讲的是It says imagine youre on your deathbed and standing around your deathbed. 想象你快要去世了围绕着在你临终的床沿的Are the ghosts representing your unfilled potential The ghosts of the ideas you never acted on. 是代表你未了心愿的幽魂那些你没有付诸行动的想法的幽魂The ghosts of the talents you didnt use And theyre standing around your bed. 那些属于你却从没被启用的天赋的幽魂而它们都围在你的床沿Angry. Disappointed. Upset They say. 生气 失望 沮丧它们说We came to you, because you could have brought us to life they say. 我们来见你 因为你原本可以给予我们生命它们说And now we go to the grave together So I ask you today. 现在 我们不得不跟你一起进入坟墓所以今天我要问你们201611/473711郑州颐和医院祛疤多少钱河南省郑州/华山整形美容医院抽脂好吗

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