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青岛哪家医院妇科体检做得好黄岛开发区儿童医院医生咨询青岛崂山区四维彩超医院 文本:On a rocky beach in Iceland, two youngsters are on a mission of mercy. Inside their cardboard box, they have two orphans, fledglings plucked from the streets of town, baby puffins. The children of Heimaey have been saving young puffins called pufflings for generations. In fact, at the end of the summer, releasing them by the hundreds to the safety of the sea has become a local tradition."They have to save the birds, well, if they don't do it, they'll die. They find it very exciting."Exciting obviously for the kids who get to throw live birds into the air and watch them fly away. But no doubt it's a little nerve-racking for the recently born pufflings. The problem for the pufflings is that when they are old enough, they leave their burrows in the cliffs and head out to sea. But the lights of the town confuse them. Instead of flying out to sea, they fly into town where they crash land and end up on the streets. That's where the puffling patrols come in. Each night, during the month of August, Moms and Dads lead troops of kids through town looking for wayward pufflings. They use flashlights to search the ground near buildings and street lights. The piers are particularly popular place."Oh hey guys, look it's there, it's there!"When a bird is spotted, the kids rush to scoop it up, and bring it in off the mean streets of Heimaey for the night. It's hard work. The following day all the birds that landed in friendly hands are transported to the seashore, pointed in the right direction, and given their flying orders. The kids seem to be having a great time. Apparently there is a proper way to release the pufflings. First, the proper grip, then, the right technique. With its wings free and flapping, the idea is to cock your arm like a quarterback, and throw a short path. Whether they swim to safety or fly off over the North Atlantic, one wonders what kind of impact all this has on this species as a whole. The world's largest Atlantic puffin colonies are found in Iceland, containing some 8 to 10 million birds. They are still flourishing with a little help from some strong arms and big hearts.200810/51923Idiot. I bet he actually spent hours preparing he just cant admit it.白痴!我打赌他其实花了几个钟头做准备,他只是不承认罢了。Well, maybe youre right. I cant think clearly anymore, Im so tired.也许你是对的,我再也没法正常思考了,我太累了。I need to sleep properly otherwise Ill end up trying to sell bananas instead of lemons.我需要好好睡一觉,否则我最后卖的会是香蕉,而不是柠檬。Anna has finally got the message: shes realised shes been working too much.安娜终于知道了,她意识到自己工作的时间太长了。She needs to be realistic.她需要现实一点。Heres a reminder of some of the phrases we heard to talk about how much Anna had been working.这是一些关于安娜加班工作的表达用法提示。Burning the candle at both ends.过度劳累。Doing overtime.加班。Putting in the hours.花费很多时间。Burning out.累死了。Lets hope shes thinking clearly by the time she has to do her presentation.我们希望她作报告时能思路明确。Join us next time to find out! Bye.下次和我们一起去看看!再见。 /201701/483825莱阳中医院挂号几点上班

胶州人民医院是私人的吗KING: How long since you were all together, Alan, how long since?ALAN THICKE: When we did the wraparound, the intros, et cetera for the DVD we all got together. They treated us to dinner and a little barbecue and a lot of reminiscing and that was, what, maybe six months ago?JOANNA KERNS: Six months and before that the reunion.THICKE: Then we did two reunion movies, yes.KING: Joanna, when you saw the script what were you doing, what did you think of this?KERNS: I was -- I was one of those actresses that was out auditioning for every pilot out there and I -- I really, really liked the script but I actually auditioned and tested twice for this, once with many, many Jasons and then the second time with only two and it was with Mr. Thicke over there and we started the next day.KING: Did you think it would be a hit?KERNS: I had no idea. I prayed it would be a hit but I didn't know. I mean I was terrified. I was about to get divorced at that time. We were both going through divorces at that time.THICKE: But you told me you were aly divorced.KING: Jeremy, you were the youngest?JEREMY MILLER: Yes, I was, eight years old.KING: How did they -- were you a child actor?MILLER: Yes, I had started acting when I was about five and did a few guest spots on different -- different TV shows, "Charles in Charge" and "Diff'rent Strokes" and a lot of the -- lot of the different sitcoms back then.KING: How did you get this one?MILLER: They said they gave it to me because of my dolphin calls but we went in and it was a big audition, probably 300 or 400 kids and went in and just sat there and really talked to them. I don't even remember if we got to rehearsing the lines. I just went in and started telling jokes, just kind of being myself and they thought it would work.KING: Tracey Gold, what were you doing?TRACEY GOLD: Well, mine's a little complicated because I auditioned for "Growing Pains" when, you know, the pilot was being shot and I didn't get it. They cast somebody else. So, I kind of like knew that everybody was doing the pilot and had heard about "Growing Pains" and I knew that I had auditioned, hadn't gotten it. And then probably about two months later I heard that they were going to recast the part of Carol Seaver and they called and asked if I would come back in and for it and I'm like, no, you aly saw me and didn't like me.KING: We're showing the original Carol now.GOLD: Oh, there she is, yes.KING: Who was she?GOLD: Elizabeth Ward, Elizabeth Ward and she was the original Carol Seaver. And, we were in Chicago kind of vacationing and they were like, well can you -- my dad was going to come back early and they're like, "Well, can you take her back with you and she'll audition?" I'm like "I don't want to go back."So, I finally ended up going back and I auditioned because I was like, well I'm not going to get it. They saw me. They didn't like me. But I went back and auditioned. I auditioned with Kirk. I went to network and it was a long process and then I eventually got it and I was really glad because I remember like ing about it in the paper and going, "That's one I would have liked to have done."KING: Kirk, did you like it right away?KIRK CAMERON: Yes, I did. I almost didn't get the part of Mike because I didn't want to go to the audition. I was 14 years old and I was wanting to hang out with my friends and play basketball, so I was dragging my feet. I was late for the audition, ran up, knocked on the door and said "Please let me in." I did an audition and then I asked the producer "Now is this a comedy or what?" And he looked at John Pasquin, the director, and said "He's not the sharpest knife in the drawer. I think this could work," and came back and got the part.KING: And, Alan, how did it come to you?THICKE: I was just coming off one of the great failures in the history of talk shows, thanks for bringing it up, Larry, and that was "Thicke of the Night" and I was just so thrilled to -- I didn't care if the script was any good. I was just happy to have something to do for a week.And, in fact, I was in doing what I had started my career doing and that was as a writer. I was in pitching a show to A and they were developing it. They liked the idea and they said, you know, "By the way, we have this other show that we haven't found a male lead for yet" and they could maybe like use an Alan Thicke type. And, I said, "Well, I happen to be available."KING: You're a perfect Alan Thicke type.THICKE: Otherwise, I was going to be driving the Zamboni for the Kings that year, so I was very happy to get the call. And I remember when I finally got the part bursting into tears in the parking lot and phoning my two young boys...KING: Really?THICKE: ...instantly and basically feeling that now I'd be able to take care of them.KING: You also write (INAUDIBLE) right?THICKE: I do. In fact, I was admiring your tie which says, I believe, show me that smile again. That was so nice of you to wear that for us.KING: I can't it (INAUDIBLE). But you wrote the themes for "Diff'rent Strokes," "Facts of Life" and "Wheel of Fortune."THICKE: I did, yes. Yes, I did.KING: So you get money all the time.THICKE: We get a little taste every time those things appear on Nick at Nite, yes.KING: "Wheel of Fortune" you get every night right?THICKE: No, no because I wrote the original theme that ran for eight years on N and then when it went into syndication Merv Griffin, who owns the show wanted to buy the rest of the Bahamas, he replaced my music with his own but I was privileged to be on that for several years.(End)200809/47302青岛市北区妇科检查哪家医院好 Republican VP Candidate Palin Defends Her Experience佩林接受电视采访为从政经历辩护  Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has defended her experience and taken a tough stance on national security issues in a much-anticipated interview. The Alaskan governor was a virtual unknown on the national stage when picked by Republican presidential nominee John McCain in late August, and his campaign has sheltered her from reporters' and voters' questions - until now. 美国共和党副总统侯选人萨拉·佩林在人们期待已久的一次电视采访中对她的从政经历进行了辩护,并且在国家安全问题上表达了强硬的立场。佩林现任阿拉斯加州州长,在今年8月共和党总统侯选人麦凯恩挑选她担任竞选搭档以前,在全国政治舞台上鲜为人知。直到这次接受电视采访之前,麦凯恩竞选班子也一直避免让她在媒体和选民面前曝光。Governor Sarah Palin has served just two years as Alaska's governor and obtained her first passport to travel to visit U.S. troops in Kuwait and Germany last year. But she told A News' Charlie Gibson in an exclusive interview that she did not hesitate for a moment when Senator McCain asked her to serve as his running mate. 萨拉·佩林担任阿拉斯加州州长只有两年的时间,而且只是在去年才拿到第一个出国护照,前往科威特和德国探望美国军队官兵。但是在接受美国广播公司电视新闻主持人查理·吉普森专访的时候,佩林表示,当麦凯恩参议员邀请她成为竞选搭档的时候,她没有丝毫犹豫。"I answered [McCain] 'yes,' because I have the confidence in that iness and knowing that you can't blink, you have to be wired in a way of being so committed to the mission, the mission that we're on, reform of this country and victory in the war, you can't blink," Palin said. 她说:“我给了他肯定的答复,因为我有信心对此做好了准备,同时也知道我不能有丝毫的犹豫。我必须做好准备,献身于我们的使命,那就是改革我们的国家,赢得战争的胜利。”The interview focused on national security.  采访的主题是国家安全。Palin called Russia's invasion of neighboring Georgia "unprovoked" and "unacceptable." Asked if the ed States would have to go to war with Russia if Russia invaded Georgia again, Palin had this response. 佩林表示,俄罗斯对邻国格鲁吉亚的入侵是“没有受到挑衅的”,也是“不可接受的”。当问到如果俄罗斯再次入侵格鲁吉亚,美国是否不得不和俄罗斯交战的时候,佩林回答说:"Perhaps so," she said. "I mean, that is the agreement when you are a NATO ally, is if another country is attacked, you're going to be expected to be called upon and help." 她说:“或许如此。我的意思是说,这就是北约的协议。如果一个国家受到攻击,其他国家理应提供帮助。”Palin said she favors the former Soviet republics of Georgia and Ukraine joining NATO. 佩林说,她赞成前苏联加盟共和国格鲁吉亚和乌克兰加入北约组织。A News Anchor Gibson also asked Palin several times whether or not U.S. forces have the right to make cross-border attacks into Pakistan with or without the approval of the Pakistani government. Palin responded, several times, with a more general statement, and declined to give a "yes" or "no" answer. 美国广播公司电视新闻主播吉普森还几次询问佩林,美国部队在得到或者没有得到巴基斯坦政府同意的情况下是否有权越境进入巴基斯坦发动攻击。佩林每次都做出比较泛泛的回答,而没有直接表示“可以”或者“不可以”。"In order to stop Islamic extremists, those terrorists, who would seek to destroy America and our allies, we must do whatever it takes, and we must not blink," said Palin. 她说:“为了阻止伊斯兰极端主义分子,也就是那些试图摧毁美国和我们盟友的恐怖主义分子,我们必须采取一切必要措施,我们不能犹豫不决。”Her running mate, Senator McCain, has criticized Democratic Presidential nominee, Senator Barack Obama, for advocating U.S. cross-border strikes into Pakistan, with or without government consent, if valuable terrorist targets are found. 佩林的竞选夥伴、共和党总统候选人麦凯恩批评其竞争对手奥巴玛参议员主张在发现有价值的恐怖主义目标之后,美国军队可以在得到或者没有得到巴基斯坦政府同意的情况下,进入巴基斯坦境内发动攻击。Part of the interview was aired on September 11, the anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the ed States, and the day that Palin, the mother of five, attended a deployment ceremony for her oldest son. He is an Army infantryman whose unit is being shipped off to the war in Iraq later this month.  对佩林的采访的部分内容是在美国遭受恐怖袭击的911事件周年纪念日当天播出的。作为五个孩子的母亲,佩林在这一天还出席了她的长子所在部队的部署仪式。她的长子是一名陆军步兵,所在部队将在本月晚些时候前往伊拉克。Opinion polls show that adding Palin to the ticket has given McCain's campaign a big boost. Palin has attained an instant "celebrity status", similar to the popularity of Obama. She has been appearing on the campaign trail with McCain this week, drawing much larger crowds than he drew on his own. 民意调查结果显示,挑选佩林作为共和党副总统侯选人使得麦凯恩的竞选活动声望大增。和奥巴玛相似的是,佩林几乎“一夜成名”。这个星期,佩林一直和麦凯恩一同进行竞选,在每个地方吸引的选民人数都比麦凯恩单独竞选时吸引的持者多很多。Palin's interview with A is the only one the McCain campaign has scheduled so far. 佩林接受美国广播公司的采访是到目前为止麦凯恩竞选班子安排的唯一一次采访。200809/48432胶州市儿童医院剖腹产怎么样

青岛人流一共需要多少钱Now, should a library be a quiet place to a book or a lively centre where you can hang out and drink coffee? And can it be both? Author Tracy Chevalier who is also chairman of the Society of Authors, told More4 News she is worried library is sacrificing books in favor of Internet access and other facilities. Museums, Libraries and Archives Council has just launched "a blueprint for excellence" for libraries, encouraging them to modernise and become more of a community space. But they've told More4 News, they think local authorities ought to buy more books. Nina Teggarty has more.Tarred buildings and fusty librarians are out. Architectural icons and coffee bars are in. An extra 2 million pounds a year is being pumped into the UK's library service. And this is what we are getting, easy new state-of-the-art buildings across the country and more Internet access. The Idea Store in East London epitomizes this new library vision. Just over a year old, it's been nominated for various design prizes. But not everyone's impressed. Tracy Chevalier, author of Girl With the Pearl Earring became worried when she entered.What's a little concerning is that the books seem to be scattered so few and far between. And by far the most people were on the computer floor, using the computers. The Idea Store is not called the library any more. Is a library such a dirty word that we can't use it? It's, too, indicative of books, perhaps. Whereas the Idea Store gives it the sense, that is... actually, is begin indeed becoming a community centre, which is, uh, is fine. But what about all the, what about the people who wanna use it as a library? What really worries me, though, is that books are starting to be seen as unpopular, as boring, that somehow the library has to lure people in by saying: "We can give you cappuccino. You could watch a film. You could go to yoga class."And at the Idea Store you can do yoga. You can even learn dance and complementary therapy. Lots of Internet terminals also exist. Two years ago, 120-million-pound-lottery injection meant every library could invest in the internet.Where I live, I have just a very small public library and, um, I've noticed over the years that the... en, there are fewer and fewer shelves and more and more computers that's just slowly taking over and there are fewer and fewer places to sit in and look at any books and there are fewer books.Is she right? Are books disappearing from our library shelves? Nina's figures show that in the UK last year, while people visiting libraries increased, the number of books in libraries actually fell by 3%. And the amount spent on books and other ing material also dropped, compared that to near 20% rise in the money spent on online resources. We interviewed Kate Mosse. She wrote Labyrinth, the biggest selling book of 2006. She welcomes the technological and social changes occurring in our libraries.Nearly 70 million people a year borrow DVDs, talking books, CD-ROMS, music, chip music from their local library. And actually more than 30 million people a year go along to use the computer network to have Internet access. Many people have that sense of peace and quiet in the library. But at the same time, they don't understand that it's also a very vibrant, lively place. And in the old days, the idea that wherever you went, someone went "Hush...". That's just not what modern library's about.Like Kate Mosse, the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council welcome a community focus for libraries. More4 News spoke to their head of library policy, John Dolan. Is he worried that only 8% of the budget is spent on ing material?We are concerned not so much of the figure as a percentage of the total budget, but to make sure that local authorities are spending enough on books. We know that they should be buying more. What we are saying is encouraging local authorities to spend more on stock, partly to get the figures up, more importantly, to provide the wide range of material that people wanted. But do library users actually care about the books. What do they use the library for?"I rent, uhm CD-ROM some DVDs." "Um, I'm doing a massage class. ""Actually I came here do they ask do, check my e-mail.""Reading a book."Most of the people we spoke to weren't there to a book. Perhaps this shows a libraryy's need to broaden their appeal in the hope of getting more people, and not just ers through the door.Nina Teggarty.200805/39577 莱阳治疗妇科一般价格多少青岛无痛人流医院排名

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