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沙坪坝区祛除胎记要多少钱重庆去川字纹to cover the waterfront ———— 包圆(俚语)英文释义 (SLANG) To be comprehensive; to be able to do and handle everything effectively.例句 My family members grow most of the food for our restaurant, and also work as cooks, waiters, and dishwashers —we cover the waterfront.我们餐厅的大部分菜都是家里人种的,他们还当厨师、招待员和洗碗工。我们家什么活都包圆了。 /201608/455759重庆星宸美容看效果怎么样 It is nice to see you. Thank you very much. Taking a little break from your filming of the Pirates of the Caribbean which is going on forever. So you can be here to talk about your movie which is opening this weekend, Exactly!And you're shooting that down in the Bahamas, the next two installments.Yeah, yeah. Did anybody tell you guys it's hurricane season and they've been kind of a big deal this year? Yes, we found out. We got evacuated uh, a couple of weeks ago for Hurricane Wilma, um, so, so we had to leave for about a week, because it did hit the island and we were quite lucky because none of the sets were destroyed. But I am,but I think there was a bit of damage on the other side. You and Johnny and Orlando had to We had to leave, yeah. Make your way out of there? We did.But you're having a good time looking forward to film's.It s good, yeah!Through completion? Absolutely I think, you know, they're just bigger and better. I am not giving anything away, (ok) nothing, (All right. Then I won't. . . ) you'll have to wait and see. Well, then, let s talk about Pride and Prejudice, I am not going to lie to you, Keira, typically, I am not a fan of the period pieces. That, that's just me.Really?This is the kind of movie I went into it and I am not ashamed to say, it feels like it just wraps your arms around you, and I understand this is a film that you or a role certainly that you originally resisted taking on? Yeah, I was terrified, completely terrified. (Why is that? ) I thought I wasn't good enough, um, it was, I'd never done a lead character before. I didn't think I was y. I thought to take on a character like Elizabeth Bennet is so well loved. I was kind of setting myself up to be shot down. So I begged my agent not to put me up for it and they told me not to be stupid, and I am quite glad that they did it. You made the right decision, but the character you were familiar with and the story you were familiar with from the time you were a child. Yeah, I know. I've been obsessed with this since I was about 7. I had it on book tape and used to listen all the time. And then the miniseries came out when I was about 10. And then I the book. And I mean she is my favorite character in English literature. So yeah, I was very lucky. So life has kind of come around a full circle for you. It has, yeah. And as far as making the movie and actually being in those fairy tale situations, I mean the visuals are stunning, the outfits, the balls. Was that a dream come true for you? But what about wearing those corsets?Well , the corsets weren't as bad, because they were awful in Pirates of the Caribbean. Because I was stupid enough to kind of go "No, make it tighter, make it tighter" whereas these ones were kind of, you know, they were all right, they were fine. I had a nice time in my corsets this time. And the stunning locations of those, (yes.)especially coming from the UK, I imagine that has been in a tree .Oh no, it was amazing , I mean, I am a London girl, so I've never really done the whole countryside in the summer in England before. And it is magical in the extreme. So all the locations of Pride and Prejudice were actually done on location that weren't set, so we didn't build anything. They were all actual houses. So... it was really great. You kind of set to have to give it all up ? This is really my life... Yeah, I know, it's awful. You've had this acting gig despite your very young age for a long time. How old were you when you got your first agent?I was 6 when I got my first agent. But I was 3 when I first asked for one.Now what is that about? I don't know. I think...You said mom, dad, I want an agent. You are 3 years old. (yeah) Most kids are asking for, you know, their buddy. (Yeah) Buddy? I don't think that's what I meant to say ...Yes, maybe, something like that.Their baba. Yeah, well you know, I don't know. I was, I was a precocious brat. Really! No. I don't believe it for a second.Yeah, and my mom had one and my dad had one, an I though it was unfair that I didn't have one.Gotta have an agent.Gotta have an agent, yeah! All right. well. It s led you towards where you re now. Here in the ed State as you may have noticed when you go through the airports, our tabloids are a bit obsessed with celebrities, you know, they are on the covers, but over there in the UK, it's nuts. En. It's out of control that would seem and some have said it is. (yes)Do you rid any of that stuff yourself, (No)do you avoid it? You're out of the mind--let me just not participate in that at all. I'd probably say 99% of if it's completely false, and I don't mind fiction when you are being honest about fiction, but I minded when you are being dishonest about being fictitious. Strangest things you've ever heard about yourself or about yourself?Oh, I was recently meant to be going out with somebody that I've never even met. I have no idea who he was and apparently we were going through this entire big relationship. I have never met him. Isn't that weird?And maybe it's somebody you would have liked that you gotta know them. Oh maybe, but I don't know. (That's strange.)Yeah!Best luck with the movie, I really appreciate you stopping by and chatting with us tonight. 200807/45138探索世界奥秘之The Ghost In Your Genes(基因外遗传现象) 04...lead to the end of diseases like cancer...Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, diabetes.The list is endless. We were thinking of genes in a very mechanical way. We were thinking of them just in terms of the sequence of the letters when we were working out how we could work out what all the letters were in the book. Scientists estimated that the human genome, the book of life, would contain around 100,000 genes. And then when they started sequencing they, they realized there may be 100,000 genes, and it popped down to 60, and then it popped down to 50, I mean, and slowly went down to a much smaller number. In fact we found out that the human genome is probably not as complex and doesn't have as many genes as, as plants do. So that they made us really question it all. If the genome has less genes in this species versus this species, and we are more complex potentially, what's going on here?Now, scientists estimate there are probably less than 30,000 genes. We believed, I believed naively that we would be able to find the genetic components of common diseases. That's proven to be very difficult. The idea of one-gene-one-disease does not explain it all. 30,000 genes didn't appear enough to explain human complexity. There had to be something they'd missed. The first hints of what was missing lay in the curious paradox of the Prader-Willi and Angelman syndromes, two quite different diseases caused by exactly the same genetic fault. When Pembrey looked at the inheritance pattern for their conditions he noticed something even stranger. What really mattered was the origin of the Chromosome 15 that had the deletion. If the deletion was on the Chromosome 15 that the child had inherited from father then you had Prader-Willi syndrome. Whereas, if the, er, deletion, er, was inherited from the mother, er, you had the Angelman syndrome.It was a complete surprise that the same missing strip of DNA could cause one disease when it came from the mother and a completely different disease when it came from the father. It was as if the genes knew where they came from. You've got a developing fetus manifesting this condition. How does the Chromosome 15 know where it came from? It, there must have been a tag or an imprint placed on that chromosome during either egg or sperm formation in the previous generation to, to say "Hi, I came from mother, I came from father" and we are functioning differently. So that's the key thing that although the DNA sequence is the same the different sets of genes were being silenced depending on whether it came from the mother or from the father.New Words amp; Phrases:Alzheimer's: Alzheimer's disease is a condition in which a person's brain gradually stops working properly. 【医】阿耳茨海默氏病,早老性痴呆病 Parkinson's: 【医】帕金森氏病fetus : ( foetus)A fetus is an animal or human being in its later stages of development before it is born. 胎;(三个月后的)胎儿200807/44894重庆市第六人民医院去痣多少钱

泸州丰太阳穴哪里比较好Well, can Starbucks continue to heat this kind of home-runs? Joining me now / the man who created it, its founder, its chairman, its, I guess big one -Howard Schultz .Hi, Neil ,how are you doing ?I am fine, good to have you .Thank you .We believe in a lot of razmataz(razzmatazz) in drums and music when we introduce big guests, so, good to have you on. Let, let's talk what happened here, I mean, I, I remember during the holidays a lot of people were taking the advantage of gift cards and special coffees, but what, what was it ?Well, I don't think it was one thing, I think when you have a quarter like this, er, coupled with January results of 10% incomes , you can sense of the underlining business is quite strong and forward momentum on a go-forward basis is as well. What I think is going on is that the relevancy of the Starbucks' experience, er, coupled with the fact that we have become such an extension of people's lives, not only here at home, but now around the world. Our international business had 79% increase in operating income. Our business in China continues to do well on a unit level, and domestically as you mentioned in your remarks are the Starbucks' gift card really had er, the kind of reception that we didn't plan on, and that bodes significantly well for the balance of the year because those cards are starting to come back to us now.Let me ask you...I think all, er sorry. But, but the only thing I don't understand, I know there is a mystic and cult status to Starbucks, but what do you think of the people who seem to sit in there all day long? They don't leave. (We don't,)They nurse(We) a single latte, (No, we)and you can't kick them out. Huh huh huh. We love it, we love it because Starbucks has become the third place between home and work, and as I said an extension of people's lives, and...But, but Howard, come on, come on , some of these guys, come on, some of them have to get lives, they love the coffee ,and I can understand that it's great stuff. But they don't leave. They nurse the same thing. A lot of other people are looking for the same seat. What do you tell them?No, er, we have not had that kind of problem, Neil. I think you're going to too busy of a store, you should go across the street to Starbucks .Ok, by the way, they are all pretty busy. But, let me ask you ur, this. Your expansion plans, er, the 516 new stores in the latest quarter, you are opening up, I think, eighteen hundred a year, thirteen of them, a hundred here, five hundred abroad, too much? too fast?Well, not at all. I mean, if you go back to the history of the company , we have been a growth company for the last 20 years and the hallmark of that growth has been our ability to invest ahead of the growth curve in people'systems and infrastructure and that's exactly what we've been doing . We're opening 5 new stores a day. We are serving 40 million customers a week, and we are in a position right now to really capitalize on the investments we've made over the last couple of years. You are seeing that in a kind of quarter which had record earnings, and we are very optimistic, we invent the cards for the balance of the year by raising estimates, and very optimistic about the balance of the year, and specifically what is going on internationally and in China. Um, are you dating Maureen Dowd ?Ha ha, no, no, I think,She showed up, she showed up at a Seattle on a book-signing event at your, one of your stores I guess. Everyone is saying you and her are an item, aren't you?.No , I am a happily married man, and Maureen Dowd is a good friend of mine. I took her out to dinner on a book tour at Seattle and there you have it .Alright, cause she was singing your praises , but there is nothing going on. I don't want to get personal with you. I am sorry I even mentioned it, don't...No problem, Neil. That was out there. The other thing, too. With the crowds in the stores, er, they pay a lot for the coffee they get. It's good stuff, we all know that, but do you think there, there is a limit to that? I know , you are going to expand a warm sandwich zone. Do you think there is a limit on that?Well, I think the limit is always based on whether or not any retailer is providing the kind of value service and experience that people think is consistent for value, for their money. When you look at the fact that, month over month, we have not only increased incomes, but increased significantly in traffic, what it demonstrates to you is that Starbucks is providing much more than a cup of coffee, and we are able to create experiences to complement the Corp-Business. And I think our customers are voting very strongly, domestically , and internationally that Starbucks(All right.) is such an important part of their lives . All right ,Howard, great having you on. Thank you very much, and even for indulging the stupid personal questions, all right , thank you! 200809/47407重庆妇幼保健院做韩式隆鼻手术多少钱 Maoist Victory in Nepal Could Prompt New Era for Relations with India尼泊尔毛派将进政府印度称愿合作 India is expressing a willingness to work with the Maoists in Nepal, who are in line to form the new government in Kathmandu, based on election results so far. A Maoist victory could mean a lessening of Indian influence over its smaller neighbor to the north.  印度表示愿意跟尼泊尔毛派组织合作。就尼泊尔目前的选举结果看,毛派将会进入尼泊尔新政府。毛派的胜利有可能意味着印度对这个北部邻国的影响力越来越小。 India is putting its best face forward in reacting to the Maoists lead in the balloting for Nepal's special assembly. The results will determine the fate of the world's last Hindu kingdom. A Maoist victory is expected to doom the monarchy, and may see Nepal pursuing a foreign policy more independent of New Delhi.  印度尽量以积极的姿态来处理毛派组织在尼泊尔特别议会选举中取得领先地位的局面。这次选举结果将决定世界上最后一个印度教王国的命运。毛派的胜利将宣判尼泊尔王室的灭亡。尼泊尔有可能寻求更加独立于新德里的外交政策。India's external affairs minister calls the results a "positive development" because the Maoists kept their pledge to participate in the election. India's ambassador in Kathmandu says his government will accept the mandate given by Nepal's people. 负责印度外交部长把尼泊尔的选举结果称为“积极的进步”,因为毛派兑现了他们参加选举的承诺。印度驻加德满都大使说,印度政府将接受尼泊尔人民的选举结果。It is not just geographic ties - such as Indian rivers with sources in Nepal, and a porous border - that closely bind the two countries. Many Nepalese are ethnic Indians, and both countries have a Hindu religious majority.  印度的一些河流起源于尼泊尔,两国间还有松散的边境线。但是把印度和尼泊尔紧密联系在一起的不仅仅是地理因素。很多尼泊尔人是印度裔,而且印度教在两国都是主要宗教。India's government paid little heed to the growing clout of the Maoists as the rebels fought a decade-long civil war to rid Nepal of the monarchy. The executive director of India's Institute for Conflict Management, Ajai Sahni, says no one in New Delhi expected the Maoists to perform so well in a free election.  尼泊尔毛派作为反叛组织为废除尼泊尔王室进行了长达10年的内战。在这期间,印度政府对毛派影响力的增长并没有给予多少关注。印度冲突管理研究所执行主任阿贾.萨尼说,谁也没有料到毛派会在一次自由选举中取得如此胜利。"Certainly this has come as a shock to the establishment here," he said. "It was the Indian intelligence establishment and the Indian diplomatic establishment which had, in a sense, mid-wifed the agreement between a completely emasculated political formation, the seven-party alliance and an extremely violent and dominant Maoist grouping, without really thinking out the consequences."  他说:“当然,印度当局对此感到吃惊。从某种意义来说,印度的情报机构和外交机构在尼泊尔完全弱势的政治七党联盟和一个极端暴力、强势的毛派组织之间进行斡旋,促成他们至协议,但他们却没有真正考虑后果。”That 2006 peace pact resulted in the Maoists, which the ed States still regards as a terrorist group, laying down their arms and pledging to continue their battle through the political process.  2006年的和平协议规定毛派必须放下武装,并承诺藉由政治程序持续其诉求。毛派依旧被美国视为恐怖组织。Analysts say a Maoist victory in Nepal will boost the hopes of India's Maoist rebels that they can eventually be victorious, as well. 分析人士说,尼泊尔毛派的胜利,将增进印度毛派反叛者的希望,使他们觉得最终亦可获得胜利。With that in mind, India's establishment continued to ally itself with the Nepali Congress Party and the unpopular King Gyanendra, who has been stripped of power. But Congress Party politicians suffered stunning losses to the Maoists in many key districts in last Thursday's national election. An intellectual with a history of serving as a middleman between Indian officials and Nepal's Maoists, Bishnu Pathak of the Conflict Study Center in Kathmandu, says two-way communication is currently under way. 长久以来充当印度官方与尼泊尔毛派协调人的学者,加德满都的冲突研究中心的比须努.帕塔克说,双边的沟通已经在进行。"Maoists will not be that much offensive to this Indian government and Indian people too. Maoist and Indian diplomats are trying to have their improved relations to each other," Pathak said.The Maoists have long called for renegotiating the 58-year-old India-Nepal Peace and Friendship Treaty. That agreement allows nationals of both countries to freely move across the border and own property. The pact has also effectively placed Nepal under India's security umbrella and prevented Nepal from making strategic ties with China, its other giant neighbor. 毛派老早就已经提出就已有58年历史的“印度-尼泊尔和平与友谊协定”重新进行谈判。根据这项协定,两国国民可以自由跨越边境并且购置资产。此协定实际上同时将尼泊尔至于印度的安全保护伞下,并防止尼泊尔与中国进行战略结盟。200804/34884重庆第八医院做双眼皮手术多少钱

酉阳土家族苗族自治县治疗青春痘多少钱Just to be absolutely clear...只是要百分百明确……One thing I wasnt sure of was...有一件事我不太确定……Good luck!好运!Mr Ingle, I dont think weve met yet, Im Anna.英格尔先生,我想我们还没见过,我是安娜。Hello. Oi! What are you doing with those boxes?你好。喂!你弄那些箱子干嘛?I told you to put them in storage.我跟你说了把它们存起来。Anna, is it?安娜是吗?Yes, sorry to bother you, I just want to check something.是的,抱歉打扰你了,我只是想核对一些事情。Weve had a few problems with orders….我们的订单出了一些问题……Well, thats not my fault. I do exactly what Im asked to do.这不是我的问题。我都是按要求做的。No, not there, in storage!不,不是那里,储藏室。Oh, well, I just want to make sure that….我只是想确认……Thirty years Ive been doing this job, and Ive never made a mistake.我做这个工作30年了,从没犯过一个错误。Of course, but because weve had problems, we need to make absolutely sure that all deliveries are correct.当然,但因为我们遇到了问题,我们需要百分百确认所有送货都无误。Could you possibly clarify what went out in todays delivery to Mr Berry of, er, Bluetree Enterprises?你能说明确的说一下今天给Bluetree Enterprises先生送去了什么货物吗?500 redcurrants. Right. Thats fine.500个红醋栗。 对,没问题。Well done Anna, this is going very well.干得好,安娜,进行得不错。 /201612/483617 重庆祛痣医院重庆三峡中心医院百安分院整形费用

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