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泉州洛江区隆鼻多少钱泉州疤痕做去除费用(CNN) -- Deep in the untouched areas of Ukraine and Russia live menwho have decided to leave human establishments and live isolated in nature.(美国有线电视新闻网)——在乌克兰和俄罗斯人迹未至的深山区,那些决定离开人类群体的人正离群索居于此。Photographer Danila Tkachenko tracked some of them down by calling local authorities, park rangers, newspapers and nature reserves, though it#39;s difficult to track down a man who has chosen to belost.摄影师 Danila Tkachenko通过联系有关当局、公园管理员、报社和自然保护区追踪到了他们当中一些人的足迹,虽然要找到一个选择从人们视野中消失的人并非易事。;Often the information is not accurate, so many trips went in vain,; Tkachenko said.Tkachenko说,“他们提供的信息经常是不准确的,很多次追寻之旅都无果而终”。The hermits live in homes made of local resources -- lumber, burrows in the ground or caves -- and eat what they huntor gather. If they fall ill, Tkachenko said, they live with the condition or treat themselves with folk methods. He said one man lost his vision completely but continues to live by himself in the woods.这些隐士利用当地的资源构筑自己的住所——木材搭建的房子、就低挖洞——食物为打猎和采集所得。Tkachenko说,如果生病了,他们就那么忍着或是使用民间的方法来给自己治疗。他说,有一名男子因此彻底失明,但他仍坚持独自生活在森林里。Occasionally the men see tourists, hunters or guests like Tkachenko, though typically they arealone.这些人偶尔会碰见像Tkachenko这样的游客、猎人或来客,不过他们通常都是独自一人。;Communication with people has been broken off and left in the past,; he said.他说,“他们在过去就已经断绝了与人交流”。The names of the hermits have no relevance because they are extricated socially, Tkachenko said, and he chose to not include them in his photo captions. Many of them don#39;t even have documents, he said.He spent a few days with each man before taking photos. He chose to shoot on film because it draws less attention and because some of the religious hermits do not like digital technology, he said.在拍照前,他分别与每人共同度过了数日的时光。他说,他选用胶片拍摄是因为这样做不会引起那么多关注,而有些虔诚的隐逸派也不喜欢数码科技。Despite, or maybe because of their isolation, Tkachenko found that the men were open and talkative.尽管他们离群索居,但或许也正因为如此,Tkachenko觉得这些人心扉敞开且很健谈。;They are close to nature and live in harmony with it,; he said. ;For them, it is freedom.;他说,“他们亲近自然,并与自然和谐相处。对他们来说,这就是自由”。Tkachenko grew up in a city but has always been drawn to nature.Tkachenko在城市中长大,但他总是受自然界吸引。;For me it#39;s a place where I can hide and feel the real me, my true self, out of social context,; he wrote in his project description.他在自己的摄影描述中写道,“对我来说,自然是我的藏身之处,在这里我能感受到社会之外的真实的自己”。He wrote that he is concerned with internal freedom and whether it is possible when constrained by social obligations and schedules.他写道,他关心内心的自由,在意受到社会义务和安排的约束后是否还能获得这份自由。;School, work, family -- once in this cycle, you are a prisoner of your own position and have to do what you#39;resupposed to,; he said. ;You should be pragmatic and strong, or becomean outcast or a lunatic. How (do you) remain yourself in the midst of this?;他说,“学校,工作,家庭——一旦进入这个圈子,你就成了自己身份的俘虏,不得不做你应该做的事情。你就得变得强大实际,要不就会变成受到驱逐的疯子。在这样的处境中你如何保持自我”? /201411/344454泉州大腿抽脂 As a graduate student at Teachers College, Columbia University, Victoria Porpora commuted to school from her parents’ home in Scarsdale, N.Y., where she grew up. The trip by Metro-North train to New York City took nearly an hour each way, because her arrival and departure point was the Harlem-125th Street Station on the East Side, and Columbia is on the West Side. “The crosstown bus was the killer,” she said. “It stops at almost every corner.”维多利亚·波尔波拉(Victoria Porpora)是哥伦比亚大学(Columbia University)教育学院(Teachers College)的一名研究生,她经常往返于学校与位于纽约州斯卡斯代尔(Scarsdale)的父母家之间,那是她从小长大的地方。每次搭乘大都会北方铁路(Metro-North)去纽约市,她在路上都会耗费将近一个小时,因为她上下车的地方是城东(East Side)的哈莱姆区125街车站(Harlem-125th Street Station),而哥伦比亚大学在城西(West Side)。“坐跨区公交车真是要命,”她说,“差不多每拐个弯就会停一站。”Ms. Porpora, 23, who is known as Tori, wanted to move to Manhattan, and the pieces fell into place when a friend connected her with Emma Murphy. Ms. Murphy, 22, who was living with her family in Mamaroneck, N.Y., had attended the University of Vermont for a year, but was starting at Columbia’s School of General Studies. She would have a similar commute, and was glad to team up with a roommate.今年23岁、人称多莉(Tori)的波尔波拉,曾经很想搬到曼哈顿生活,她经朋友介绍与艾玛·墨菲(Emma Murphy)相识之后,这个想法终于落实了。今年22岁的墨菲与家人一起生活在纽约州的马马罗内克(Mamaroneck),已经在佛蒙特大学 (University of Vermont)就读了一年,目前正准备进入哥伦比亚大学的通识教育学院(School of General Studies)读书。她的往返路线与波尔波拉相似,所以很高兴找个室友合住。Ms. Porpora’s graduate school friends, many of whom commuted themselves or rented rooms in Upper Manhattan, suggested she could easily hunt on her own, but she believed otherwise. “I am the queen of efficiency, and that sounded like a horrible idea,” she said. So she contacted her childhood friend Claire Marshall, a saleswoman at Citi Habitats.波尔波拉在研究生院的那些朋友大多自己往返,或在曼哈顿的上城区租房住。他们告诉她,独自一人也很容易找到住处,但她另有想法。“我是个节省女王,所以那个主意听起来一点儿也不靠谱,”她说。于是她联系了自己的一位儿时好友、花旗居屋(Citi Habitats)的女销售员克莱尔·马歇尔(Claire Marshall)。Neither Ms. Porpora nor Ms. Murphy had ever hunted for an apartment. They knew that finding a two-bedroom in their price range, up to ,800 a month, would be tough but doable. “As long as we had a kitchen and a bathroom, we were really open,” Ms. Porpora said.波尔波拉和墨菲以前都从没找过房子。她们知道,按自己提出的价格区间,找到一套月租不超过2800美元(约合人民币17538元)的两居室公寓可能会很艰辛,但还算可行。“只要有一间厨房和一间浴室就行了,其他的我们都可以接受,”波尔波拉说。Ms. Murphy felt overwhelmed. “I honestly didn’t even understand what a no-fee apartment rental was,” she said. Ms. Marshall explained it to her.墨菲则完全没有头绪。“坦白说,我甚至不明白什么叫无佣金租赁公寓,”她说。马歇尔给她解释了一番。They spent a snowy day looking, starting a bit south of Columbia at a walk-up building on West 109th Street in Manhattan Valley. The apartment, a two-bedroom with a washer-dryer, for ,795 a month, was on the ground floor, with windows facing the street. They flinched.俩人冒着大雪天去看房,从哥伦比亚大学南边不远处开始,她们在曼哈顿谷(Manhattan Valley)的西109街(West 109th Street)看了一栋不带电梯的公寓楼。那是一套两居室公寓,有一台洗衣/烘干机,月租2795美元(约合人民币17365元)。公寓位于一楼,窗户正对大街。但她们退缩了。“Everything that was installed — every appliance, every counter — everything was crooked,” Ms. Porpora said. “It felt like somebody threw together a two-bedroom out of something that was meant to be a studio or one-bedroom.”“房间里安装的每一样东西——包括每台电器、每个台面,全都变形了,”波尔波拉说,“感觉就像有人把原本的单间公寓或一居室公寓,硬生生地拼凑成了一套两居室。”Both felt claustrophobic in the tiny rooms. “I am 5-9 and that added to the level of tininess I was experiencing,” Ms. Murphy said. They passed.她们在那些小房间中感到了幽闭恐惧症。“我身高有1米8,所以尤其会觉得这里太小,”墨菲说。于是她们放弃了这套公寓。Farther south, on Amsterdam Avenue near 102nd Street, a two-bedroom in a small walk-up building was renting for ,550 a month. This one was above a restaurant. Ms. Murphy, having discussed her housing search with friends at her retail job at the Westchester mall, was wary.再往南走一段距离,在阿姆斯特丹大道(Amsterdam Avenue)靠近102街(102nd Street)的地方,有一套两居室公寓,位于一栋无电梯的小楼里,月租2550美元(约合人民币15842元),公寓下面就是一间餐馆。墨菲和几个同在韦斯切斯特商城(the Westchester)从事零售业的朋友讨论了自己找房的事之后,她的态度变得谨慎起来。“My boss told me a horror story about living above a restaurant with insects and rats and a lot of loud noise,” she said. “That was looming in the back of my head.”“我的老板刚给我讲了一个很可怕的故事,说住在餐馆上面会有许多虫子、老鼠和噪音什么的,”她说,“我到现在还在后怕呢。”Also a problem was the railroad layout, which would require one to walk through the other’s bedroom to get to the bathroom. The apartment seemed fine for a couple, Ms. Porpora said, but “it was so not conducive to any way we would want to live.”公寓的直筒式户型也是个问题,你得穿过室友的卧室才能进入洗手间。这套公寓似乎更适合夫妻居住,波尔波拉说,但“对我们而言,住起来就不那么方便了。”They soldiered on, wondering whether every place in their price range would have a drawback. “I trusted it was going to get better,” Ms. Murphy said.于是,她们继续前进,想知道在她们定的价格区间内,是不是每个地方都有不近理想之处。“我相信情况会越来越好的。”墨菲说。Still farther south, they visited a two-bedroom apartment in a five-story building. Both liked the location in the West 80s, “in an amazing neighborhood with Starbucks on one side and 150 independently owned restaurants on the other,” Ms. Porpora said, exaggerating just a bit. The rent was ,650 a month.又往南走了一段,她们来到一栋五层建筑中,看了一套两居室公寓。俩人都喜欢这套公寓不超过西80几街的位置,“这是个非常棒的社区,一边有星巴克(Starbucks),另一边有150家独立经营的餐馆,”波尔波拉说得有点儿夸张。这套公寓的月租为2650美元(约合人民币16464元)。“I noticed right away the apartment building smells nice, or at least it doesn’t smell bad, which was important for me,” Ms. Murphy said.“我立刻发现这栋公寓楼里的味道还不错,至少闻起来不恶心,对我来说这很重要。”墨菲说。The living area was an odd six-sided shape. The bathroom was minuscule. But each bedroom had a closet, and there was plenty of overhead storage, thanks to the high ceilings.这套公寓的客厅是罕有的六边形。浴室只是个弹丸之地。但每间卧室里都有一个衣柜,上面还有一大片空间可以存放东西,这多亏了那高高的天花板。The long, skinny layout seemed ideal for roommates. “The bedrooms were split so it didn’t feel they were on top of each other,” Ms. Marshall said.这对室友似乎对公寓的狭长户型非常满意。“两间卧室是分开的,所以不会感觉紧挨着对方。”马歇尔说。She told the two women that they needed to apply quickly if they were interested. They were. Ms. Murphy’s lesson about no-fee rental apartments was reinforced: This wasn’t one. The roommates split the broker fee of one month’s rent, and arrived just after Christmas in time for the new semester.她告诉两个女孩,如果她们想租下来,就得赶紧申请。于是她们照做了。墨菲还深刻领会了刚上过的无佣金租赁公寓课:这套公寓并不是。两名室友分摊了那笔佣金,即该公寓一个月的租金。她们过完圣诞节就搬了过去,等着新学期开学。Now, Columbia is an easy 20 minutes away via the No. 1 train. “I like having a home neighborhood and a school neighborhood,” Ms. Porpora said.现在,她们搭乘1号线只需20分钟,就能到达哥伦比亚大学了。“我喜欢住在一个既是住宅区、又是大学城的地方。”波尔波拉说。She pays ,250 a month for the smaller bedroom, which holds a bed and a dresser. “You couldn’t come in here with your Pottery Barn bedroom set,” she said, but it’s all she needs. Her room, and the living room, face a back alley.她每月付1250美元(约合人民币7766元),住在面积较小的卧室里,房里放了一张床和一个梳妆台。“你不可能把从Pottery Barn买的那套卧室家具都搬进来,”她说,但她要用的都有了。她的房间和客厅都面对着一条偏僻的小巷。Ms. Murphy pays ,400 a month for the larger room, where she can fit some shelves and tables. Her view is of an air shaft. “If I were to look out my window all day, I would be able to watch what my neighbors were doing,” she said.而墨菲每月付1400美元(约合人民币8698元),住在面积较大的房间里,里面还可以放几个书架和桌子。她房间外的景观是一个天井。“如果我整天往窗外看,就能看到邻居们都在做些什么。”她说。They planned to furnish the living room with a secondhand couch donated by Ms. Porpora’s sister, but learned it wouldn’t fit through the narrow hallway. “Tori’s dad is super handy and measured everything,” Ms. Murphy said. Instead, they have a futon handed down by Ms. Murphy’s father. It came apart for transport.她们原打算在客厅里摆上一座波尔波拉的送给她们的沙发,但发现客厅太窄了,沙发放不下。“多莉的爸爸非常能干,他量过了所有尺寸,”墨菲说。于是,她们用上了墨菲爸爸拿过来的一个日式坐垫。这东西在运输时可以拆开来。They were able to create both a sitting area and a dining area in the living room. They put the television in front of a window. It blocks part of the alley view, which sometimes features “people rolling garbage cans,” Ms. Porpora said. “It doesn’t bother me, but I can see how that would be a huge deterrent for a lot of people.”因此,她们可以把客厅分成休息区和进餐区。她俩还在一扇窗户前面放了一台电视机,挡住了窗外小巷里的部分景观。有时候那里总能看见“有人在滚垃圾桶,”波尔波拉说,“我倒不太在意,不过因此我就明白了,为什么许多人都对这套公寓望而却步。” /201504/372190洛江区中医医院的QQ

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泉州哪个医院最好This is the year of the niche athlete, the retroactive sport, the shirtless uniform. It’s an opportunity to travel to remote destinations to watch those who believe that competing with the elements, as well as with one another, makes for a neat challenge.今年会有很多小众赛事、历史悠久的赛事和赤膊上阵的赛事,这些运动员们认为与自然环境和其他选手竞争是最高尚的挑战。想去偏远的地方旅游看比赛,现在正是良机。Since its public outing as a demonstration sport at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, competitive ice climbing has hit new highs with spectators, which the International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation (U.I.A.A.) hopes to parlay into a bona fide slot at the 2018 games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.自从攀冰在索契冬奥会开幕式上公开展示之后,这项运动的观众人数达到了历史新高,国际登山联合会(UIAA)希望借机使它成为2018年韩国平昌冬奥会上的一个真正的比赛项目。Ice climbing is no gradual ascent up Everest. It’s a test of speed and agility, during which climbers scale slick 75-foot multitowered ice structures with 70-degree overhangs using nothing but crampons, ice axes and their own strength. You can catch the U.I.A.A. Ice Climbing World Championshipslive in two chilly but intriguing destinations: first, in Rabenstein, Italy (Jan. 30 to Feb. 1), and later in Kirov, Russia (March 6 to 8). And in between there’s the French World Cup in Champagny (Feb. 5 to 7).攀冰不是慢慢爬上珠穆拉玛峰,而是对速度和敏捷的考验,攀登者要爬上光滑的多层冰架,高达75英尺,其中包括70度悬岩,只能依靠钉鞋、冰斧和自己的力量。你可以在两个非常寒冷但十分有趣的地方现场观看国际登山联合会举办的攀冰世界锦标赛:第一个是在意大利的拉本施泰因(1月30日至2月1日),第二个是在俄罗斯的基洛夫(3月6日至8日)。这两个赛事之间,还有在尚帕尼举办的法国攀冰世界杯(2月5日至7日)。Though most know it as a misfit fusion sport for millennials, stand-up paddle boarding has been doggy-paddling toward legitimacy as a competitive sporting event for the last three years at the International Surfing Association’s annual World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard Championship. The fourth annual (May 10 to 17) moves from Nicaragua to Sayulita, Mexico, an easy-to-reach destination that the I.S.A. hopes will draw more fans and provide choppier waters for competitors. The true test of legitimacy? If Hawaii, which competes separately from the ed States and is considered one of the best teams in the world, joins in to give the reigning Australian champs a run for their money.虽然大多数人认为立式单桨冲浪是一项搭配不当的融合运动,属于千禧一代,但是过去三年,国际冲浪协会每年都举办世界立式单桨冲浪锦标赛,使它渐渐成为一项正统的竞技性体育赛事。第四届锦标赛(5月10日至17日)从尼加拉瓜搬到了墨西哥的萨尤利塔,后者更易到达,国际冲浪协会希望这里能给选手们提供更汹涌的波浪,还能吸引更多粉丝。对这项赛事正统性真正的考验是什么?是夏威夷队——它不是美国队的一部分,而是单独组队,被认为是世界上最棒的队伍之一——能否和卫冕冠军澳大利亚一决高下。Scotland’s Cowal Highland Gathering on Bute island in the Firth of Clyde (Aug. 27 to 29), on the other hand, does not want for crowds. After more than a hundred years it has established itself as the biggest display of traditional Highland Games in the world. Sturdy kilt-wrapped men and women tossing trees and lead balls are at the heart of it all, but in recent years the simultaneous World Highland Dancing Championship has begun to overshadow the games with hundreds of dancers from all over the world competing for titles each day. (Needless to say, there will be no shortage of pipers to accompany them.)苏格兰克莱德湾比特岛上的科瓦尔高地运动会(8月27日至29日)可不缺观众。在举办一百多年之后,它已成为世界上最大的传统高地运动赛事。其核心项目是身穿苏格兰裙的健壮男女们扔树和铅球,但是近几年同时举办的世界高地舞蹈锦标赛开始抢去了它的风头,每天来自世界各地的成百上千名舞蹈者在这里争夺冠军(不用说,绝不会缺少风笛手为他们伴奏)。Relay horse-racing, another sport deeply rooted in tribal culture, considers itself the oldest extreme sport in North America, according to the Professional Indian Horse Racing Association. The races, during which riders jump from one horse to another while galloping at high speeds, are believed to date back more than 400 years to when American Indians honed their relay skills for war, to hunt buffalo or to capture wild horses.接力赛马是另一项深深植根于部落文化的运动。印第安职业赛马协会认为它是北美最古老的极限运动。比赛中,骑手们从一匹飞驰的赛马跳到另一匹上。这项运动可以追溯到400多年前,当时美洲印第安人为了打仗、捕猎野牛或野马而锻炼接力技巧。They’ve continued since, though mostly in small numbers on reservations in the northern Plains or at rodeos, but a recent boost in interest inspired the association to sponsor the first All Nations Indian Relay Championships in 2013. The next, in Sheridan, Wyo. (Sept. 11 to 13) will feature 30 teams from at least 12 nations.这项运动流传了下来,虽然主要是在北部平原的印第安保留地或牛仔竞技表演上偶尔出现,但是近几年人们对这项运动的兴趣渐长,因此,该协会在2013年举办了第一届印第安各族接力赛马锦标赛。下一届比赛将在怀俄明州谢里登举行(9月11日至13日),届时将有来自至少12个印第安族群的30队伍参赛。Speaking of powerful animals, it shouldn’t be surprising that Red Bull, the energy drink maker, has become the de facto sponsor of almost every sporting event designed to make a viewer’s heart stop. Luckily, most are set in relaxing environments like Bilbao, Spain, where the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series will have divers dropping from the La Salve Bridge to fall 80 feet against the backdrop of the Guggenheim Museum and into the Nervión River.提到勇猛的动物,不出人们所料,功能性饮料制造商红牛是许多惊险体育赛事的实际赞助人。幸运的是,大多数赛事安排在令人放松的环境中,比如西班牙的毕尔巴鄂——红牛悬崖跳水世界系列赛将在那里举行,选手们将从拉撒尔夫桥上下落80英尺,跳入内尔维翁河,古根海姆物馆充当这一赛事的背景。For something a bit closer to the ground (though not by much) Red Bull also sponsors the Art of Motion, a free-running and parkour showcase of athletes who bounce, tuck, roll and leap over the rooftops of Santorini, Greece (Oct. 3).红牛还赞助了另一项更接近地面的运动(虽然也不是太接近)——移动的艺术(Art of Motion),它将展示自由奔跑和跑酷技术,届时运动员们将在希腊圣托里尼岛的屋顶上弹跳、蜷缩、翻滚、跳跃(10月3日)。 /201501/355034 Madrid#39;s Museo Del Prado Encourages Visitors To Touch And FeelMasterpieces马德里的普拉多物馆--用手去感知杰作One of the first signs visitors encounter at most museums is ;Please do not touch the exhibits.; However at the new ;Hoy toca el Prado; (Come touch the Prado) exhibition at Madrid#39;s Museo Nacional Del Prado, the officials don#39;t just encourage the habit, they insist upon it. That#39;s because this unique art display has been specially created to enable visually impaired patrons to experience the joy of the works of some of the world#39;s most famous artists just like able-bodied people can.几乎所有的物馆都有一条规定——请勿触碰!但在马德里普拉多物馆展览会主题为“触摸普拉多”的展览会上,主办方却鼓励并坚持让参观者用手去感知展品。这样,即使是盲人,在这个展览会上也能像正常人一样享受感知大师经典画作的愉悦。The three-dimensional masterpieces are the brainchild of Estudios Durero, a graphics art organization in Bilbao, Spain. The creators began by taking high resolution images of the original works. They then used a special ink to add different 3-D textures to the paintings. This allows blind visitors to feel features like hair, skin, cloaks, etc. so that they can create a visual image of what the art looks like in their minds.制作3D画作的想法是由西班牙毕尔包的一家创意打印工作室Estudios Durero研发的。工作室首先获取画作的高像素图像,再使用特殊的墨水打印出3D画作。这项技术使得盲人也能感知到画面的诸多细节,比如:头发、披风、皮肤等等,从而在脑海中形成图像。Not surprisingly, the exhibition has been a huge success. As one visually impaired visitor succinctly puts it, ;For us the sense of sight is the sense of touch. My view is to touch, and usually I can’t see the paintings others see in a museum – someone would have to explain them to me. But in this exhibit, I have the chance to see it with my hands.”该展览无疑获得了巨大成功。一位盲人参观者言简意赅的表示,“嗅觉于我们就如同视觉。我只能靠触摸感知物体,这使我无法像正常人一样到物馆参观画作,只能让别人帮忙描述,但这个展览会让一切变为可能。As to why it has taken so long for the 200-year-old institution to come up with this brilliant concept? Fernando Pérez, the museum#39;s curator says it is not due to lack of interest, but a lack of resources. Perez explains, “There are now new technologies to provide solutions that were previously not possible, such as the paints in relief, three-dimensional impressions, and apps.; Now that they have it all figured out, the officials plan to continue offering similar exhibitions in the future.那为什么这个有200多年历史的物馆不早早推出这样的画展呢?负责人Fernando Pérez说,他们不是没兴趣,而是缺乏资源。他进一步解释说,现在的先进技术,如浮雕涂料、3D成像和其他工具的发明,才使这个想法变为现实。掌握这些技术后,物馆计划在未来继续举行些类似的展览。译文属原创,仅供学习和交流使用,未经许可,。 /201507/380327福建泉州妇幼保健医院线路泉州做前牙种植大概用多少钱

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