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泉州德化中医院看妇科好不好泉州市新阳光妇产医院过年Pirates Reaching Farther Out to Sea to Hijack Vessels索马里海盗到远海劫持至少六艘船  In response to increased naval patrols in the Gulf of Aden, pirates in Somalia are venturing hundreds of kilometers out to sea to seize vessels. The change in tactic has allowed pirates to successfully hijack numerous ships in recent days, including a private yacht with a child on board. 索马里海盗冒险到数百公里以外的海面劫持过往船只,以此应付亚丁湾日益增加的海军巡逻。海盗的策略变化使他们最近几天成功地劫持了很多船只,包括一艘私人游艇,上面还有一个孩子。Since the beginning of April, pirates have successfully seized at least a half-a-dozen vessels off the coast of Somalia in a surge of activity that has not been seen in months.  从4月以来,海盗在索马里海岸活动猖獗,频繁程度几个月来少见。他们成功地劫持了至少6艘船。The director of the International Maritime Bureau in London, Pottengal Mukundun, told VOA the maritime community is alarmed not only by the number of vessels seized in such a short period, but where some of the hijackings are taking place. 在伦敦的国际海事局主任穆昆敦对美国之音说,航运界不仅对如此短的时间内被劫持的船只数量感到吃惊,也对其中一些劫持行动发生的地点表示惊讶。"I think the important change has been the fact that there are now attacks taking place hundreds of miles southeast of Mogadishu. And that is the big change," he said. 他说:“我认为重要的变化是,现在发生的海上袭击距离首都加迪沙东南数百公里。”Mukundun said pirates have become active in the region of the Seychelles and Comoros Islands in the Indian Ocean, where there are no international naval patrols. 穆昆敦说,海盗在印度洋的塞舌尔群岛和科罗群岛地区的活动开始活跃,那里没有国际海军巡逻。On Saturday, pirates hijacked a German container vessel with more than 20 crew members more than 740 kilometers off the southern Somali port city of Kismayo. Two days later, a Taiwan-flagged fishing trawler with 29 men aboard was taken in waters near Denis Island in the Seychelles.  星期六,在索马里港口城市基斯马尤海岸740公里的海上,海盗持了一艘德国集装箱货轮和船上的20多名船员。两天以后,一艘悬挂台湾旗的拖网渔船和29名船员在塞舌尔群岛的丹尼斯岛附近水域被劫持。On April 2, pirates, operating more than 1,000 kilometers southeast of the Somali coast, attacked a luxury British ship, carrying western tourists. None of the tourists were taken hostage, but the ship was seized along with its seven-member crew.  4月2日,海盗在索马里海岸东南1000多公里的海上活动,袭击了一艘满载西方游客的豪华英国游轮。没有任何游客被绑架,但是游轮和7名船员被扣押。In 2008, pirates attacked more than 120 commercial and private vessels, mostly in the Gulf of Aden between Somalia and Yemen at the mouth of the Red Sea. The narrow waterway is vital to ships carrying goods between Europe and the Far East. 2008年,海盗袭击了120多艘商业和私人船只,大多数在红海角的索马里和也门之间的亚丁湾。这条狭窄的水域是来往欧洲和远东商船的必经之地。 The disruption of trade and shipping in the Gulf of Aden prompted more than a dozen countries to send naval forces to escort ships and to protect shipping lanes. Their efforts in thwarting pirate attacks have been credited with significantly reducing the number of successful pirate boardings there for the first three months of this year.  亚丁湾贸易和航运被破坏,促使10多个国家派遣海军护航保护航道。他们的努力挫败了许多海盗袭击,大幅度减少了今年头3个月海盗成功登船劫持的数量。But journalist David Hughes of Maritimenet.org said dispatching warships to combat piracy in the Indian Ocean is simply not an option. 但是Maritimenet.org的记者休斯说,派遣军舰在印度洋打击海盗并不是有效方法。"You cannot really do too much over such a widesp area as the northern Indian Ocean. You can in the Gulf of Aden, where there is a bottleneck. But you cannot start escorting every ship down the east African coast or across the northern half of the Indian Ocean," he said. 他说:“无法在北印度洋这样一块广阔的海域上有所作为。在亚丁湾或许可以,那里有一个瓶颈。但是不能给每艘驶往东非海岸或者穿越印度洋北部的船只护航。”In a reminder of the limitations of naval operations even in the Gulf of Aden, pirates hijacked a large Italian-operated bulk carrier there early Monday. 即便是在亚丁湾,海军护航的能力也有限。海盗星期一清晨在那里劫持了一艘意大利大型散装船。Meanwhile, officials in France said they know the location of a French yacht hijacked Saturday by pirates off the northeast coast of Somalia. The yacht, carrying two couples and a three-year-old boy, was more than 640 kilometers off the Somali coast when it was seized. 另外,法国官员说,他们知道海盗星期六在索马里东北海域劫持的法国游艇的地点。这艘游艇上乘坐了两对夫妇和一个3岁男孩。劫持地点在索马里海岸大约640多公里的海上。04/66528泉州儿童医院价格 3D films struggle3D电影举步维艰Flat expectations预期值过高3D films, cinema’s great hope, have become niche products电影公司最大的希望——3D电影——让人失望了Voldemort looks no prettier in 3D 3D版伏地魔并没有更好看TEN years after it took off, Hollywood’s biggest film franchise has finally alighted from its broomstick. Between July 15th and July 17th Americans shelled out 9m to see “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2”—a record for any film, in nominal terms. But barely a third of the audience opted to watch the boy wizard battle his snake-faced foe in three dimensions.十年前首映的好莱坞最大电影系列《哈利波特》,今日终于走向尾声。7月15至7月17日,《哈利波特与死亡圣器 第二部分》从美国人的口袋中掏走了1.69亿美元——这是任何影院都无法企及的记录。但只有仅仅三分之一的观众选择3D版。Two years ago it seemed as though a new, improved 3D projection system could rescue a film business battered by falling DVD sales. Fully 71% of the box-office spending on “Avatar” on its opening weekend, in December , went on the 3D version. The 3D showings of “Shrek Forever After” (amusing green monsters rather than earnest blue ones) accounted for 61% of American box-office spending. Cinemas generally charge at least more for a 3D showing—far more than the glasses cost.两年前3D模式看似可以挽救一个被(销量日益下滑的)DVD打得伤痕累累的电影行业。年12月,《阿凡达》上映一周就有整整71%的票房来自3D影院。《怪物史瑞克》(滑稽的绿色怪物取代了严肃的蓝色怪物)的美国票房有61%来自3D影院。一般来说,电影公司会向3D影院的观众多收取至少3美元——那副眼镜远远值不了这个价。201107/146278US Stocks Plunge in Volatile Trading Thursday美国股市为何跌?七国财长今开会 Financial markets remain under immense selling pressure as the Dow Jones Industrials fell Thursday by another seven percent, or 675 points, to a five year low of 8,579. Meanwhile, Asian stock prices have plunged in early trading Friday after Thursday's massive Wall Street sell-off as traders predict a protracted recession.星期四美国金融市场仍然处于巨大的抛售压力之下,道琼斯指数大幅下跌百分之7,总共跌了675点,降到五年来的最低点,收市时降到8579点。Most of the selling came late in the day during a session that saw considerable volatility. The Dow Jones Industrials closed at their lowest level since August 2003. The closely-watched average has now fallen 37 percent, or more than 5,000 points from its all-time high exactly one year ago.大多数抛售股票的行动是在星期四下午发生的,当时市场动荡不定。道琼斯指数收市时降到2003年8月以来的最低点。这个人们关注的股票指数已经从一年前的历史最高峰下跌了五千多点。"We don't want fear to drive the markets. And we're getting to that point where sentiment is a very key factor," said David Gertz, a trader at High Mark Funds.戴维.格尔兹是高点基金的投资人。他说:“我们不希望让恐惧来驱动市场。但是现在我们正接近这种处境,人们的心理感受目前是非常关键的因素。”Scott Nations at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange says markets are disappointed that it will be several weeks before the government is able to use the 0 billion set aside for buying up distressed assets. "The 0 billion intervention may be exactly the right move. But if it takes 45 days for that money to get into the system, then we're really stuck for those 45 days," he said.芝加哥商品交易公司的奈申斯说,美国政府要等几个星期才能使用为收购坏胀所准备的7千亿美元的资金。市场对这种情况感到失望。他说:“七千亿美元的救市计划也许是恰到好处的正确行动。但是如果这些钱要等45天才能进入经济活动,我们在这45天里就垮了。”Both Nations and Gertz spoke on Bloomberg Television.奈申斯和格尔兹都在彭电视台上发表了自己的见解。It was the seventh consecutive daily loss on the New York Stock Exchange. Oil was steady at a barrel and gold was down to 6 an ounce.纽约券市场已经连续七天股市下跌。石油价格目前处于稳定,每桶售价86美元。黄金下降了20美元,跌到886美元一盎司。On Friday finance ministers from the seven richest industrial nations hold a previously scheduled meeting at the U.S. Treasury. That gathering is taking on added urgency as the credit crisis that began in the ed States 14 months ago has sp to Europe and around the world. World Bank President Robert Zoellick, who will attend portions of the meeting, says finance officials will be discussing ways to unfreeze the markets so that normal lending can resume.今天星期五,七个工业化国家的财政部长将在美国财政部举行一次先前安排好的会议。14个月前在美国开始的信贷危机已经扩散到欧洲和全世界,给这次会议平添了一种紧迫感。世界总裁佐利克将参加一部分财长会议,他说,财长们将讨论市场解冻的途径。解冻市场是为了恢复正常的贷款活动。"What you saw with some of these financial institutions, even if they had a good capital based, they didn't have the liquidity to be able to respond promptly to people wanting to take money out of the system," he said.佐利克说:“我们现在看到的金融机构的情况是,即使它们的资本基础很好,它们也没有能力向那些想从金融体系中借到现金的人付现金。”U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson also plans to convene a special meeting on Saturday of finance ministers and central bank chiefs from 20 industrial and developing countries.美国财政部长保尔森也计划在星期六召集一次特别会议,同来自20个工业化国家和发展中国家的财长和中央行长讨论目前的形势。200810/52539惠安市中医院阴道

泉州乳腺钼靶检查费用Most people searching for buried treasure would be looking for silver and gold, ancient coins or rare artwork. But scientists studying the extinct giant moa (已灭绝的一种新西兰无翼大鸟) bird and its environment are looking for a different kind of artifact. Poop(排泄物,粪便). That's right. A treasure trove of information can be found in fossilized feces, commonly called coprolites. The Giant Moa of New Zealand is a great species to study because they stood about nine feet high, weighed close to five-hundred pounds and some of their feces were over six inches in length. Now, that's a big piece of treasure. There were once ten species of moa birds in New Zealand, but they were hunted to extinction when Polynesians moved to the island in the 1500s. They were flightless birds, similar to ostriches and emus. Scientists assumed they were herbivores, eating a diet of plants and seeds. But it wasn't until they began studying moa coprolites that they discovered what the birds actually ate and how they affected their environment. Scientists expected a bird as large as the moa would eat shrub and tree parts. Moa droppings told a different story. Moas grazed mostly on tiny herbs no more than a foot high. Not only that, many of those herbs are rare or threatened today. Scientists think this is because while the moa ate the plants, it also swallowed seeds whole. Those seeds passed through the digestive tract and were scattered across the countryside to find new places to grow. Moa poop has revealed important clues about the moa and its environment. Now, scientists hope to use what they've learned from the moa to make predictions about our own changing world. 07/78760泉州丰泽新阳光妇科医院 《老友记》,原文名《Friends》、又译作《六人行》,是美国N电视台从1994年开播、连续播出了10年的一部幽默情景喜剧。由华纳兄弟公司〈Warner Bro.〉出品。整部戏由三男三女共六位俊男美女担纲演出,不时请到明星与设计师等各界名流客串参与,播出以来一直为N电视网的招牌戏之一。全剧共237集,每集大约20分钟左右。曾在1996年创下5,300万的收视记录。故事主要描述了住在纽约的六个好朋友从相识到后来一起经历了10年的生活中发生的一系列的故事,朋友间的生活、友谊、麻烦、欢笑、矛盾、爱情、工作等表现得淋漓尽致!他们六个扮演“朋友们”住在纽约市区的公寓中;他们之间的友情、爱情和事业就是这部电视剧的主线,六个人鲜明的个性、幽默的性格使得《六人行》在欧美国家获得了巨大的成功,它已经成了新一代美国青年人的“必看电视剧”,也多次刷新了美国晚间档节目的收视记录。 Back to Book Segment, tonight the Factor TV Icon. The mega-hit Friends ran from 1994 to 2004. And over that ten-year period, the six actresses actors featured are estimated to have made, y? 100 million dollars each including re-run payment. But what has happened to them since Friends went off the air? A few days ago I spoke with FOX Entertainment reporter Jill Dobson about that.Bill: You are a brutal person. I mean you rank these people in order of success. And the least successful is Matt LeBlanc. But it looked like out of the gate, he was gonna be one of the most successful because he’s got a spin-off from Friends. What happened? Jill: Joey wasn’t a huge success. He got some nominations for his acting. But by 2006 it had been canceled. He hasn’t done much since.Did you break another piece of the wall?It’s just begging to be climbed.B: It’s interesting because Kelsey Grammer, a spot-off from Cheers into Frasier, huge hit. Mr.LeBlanc had the same opportunity but the show went down to drain. Show me your bra, he’s afraid of bras. Can't work them.B: Lisa Kudrow plays a lot of character actress parts, right?J: She does and she’s a great actress. She won an Emmy for her role on Friends. And she had a role, a show called The Come Back, and did very well by critics but not so well with the audiences.Read the card.Congratulations from your favorite gay. Oh…. Mickey. Guy! Favorite guy. Yeah.B: She is a good actress but she’s not gonna carry a film any more?J: Yeah, She's never really gotten that headliner status. Even during Friends, She was always considered kind of the side, where the meat potatoes where Jennifer Aniston and Courtney Cox.05/72001泉州人流医院哪家好

泉州治疗子宫癌哪做的好New Exercise:diet tips for 2010 -This morning we’ve got kicking off a new series, New Year, New You. Every January, millions of Americans resolve to stick with diet and get healthy. But research shows more than 80% never follow through. How to beat the odds? Today nutritionist and author of “your inner skinny” Joy Bauer is here, along with today contributing psychologist Gail Saltz. Happy New Year, to both you ladies.-Happy New Year. -Nice to be here.-And I’ll tell you as a guide and health coach. This is my absolute favorite time of the year, because people have ambitious health intentions they believe in their capabilities and believe in that you can do something is the key ingredient to success.-So then Gail what happens?-What happens is we feel overwhelmed at the task. No one likes to feel overwhelmed, so they are kind of going to state of denial. I don’t really need it and what is a big factor is a lot of dieting is emotional and if you don’t understand the unconscious motivation for eating for you, what for not exercising for that matter for being generally healthy and it’s very hard to move forward.-So, what’s the first step?-You really need to deal with the issue of do I need this or don’t I need this to not go into denial. It’s to say, it’s not just that I like this, I want this, but I really need to this for me and take a look at what the unconscious motivations might be for eating and try to address those as well not just what you diet will be, but you know, am I said, am I angry, am I having difficulty in some arena that propel me to eat.-In a sense, what’s the motivation for the eating.-Exactly, and address that.-As you know that sometimes it's gonna be uncomfortable to sit with those feelings without numbing with food.-So we want to get started, Joy you say one of the first thing you do should be is a copycat?-Right, because you want to copy the characteristics of successful losers so to speak, so this is what we know, thanks to the National Weight Control Registry, 78% of successful dieters eat healthy breakfast every single day. They also weigh themselves at least once a week as a sort of reality check they watch less than…-Or like me once a day?-They watch less than ten hours of TV per week and on average they excise about an hour a day. And I realize that 60 minutes seems daunting to a lot people, but remember that 30 minutes of exercise is more than zero minutes of exercise and that doesn’t have to be continuous. It can be bite size pieces, ten minutes in the morning, ten minutes in the afternoon and ten minutes in the evening.-So, but Gail, a lot of people I think when they look at this, they start to panic, like I can’t handle it.-Correct. Correct.-How do you deal with it?-You know, what you need to do is break it into bite size pieces. So, yes, you have your long term goal.-No pun intended?-No pun intended, exactly. I’m so glad you have said that, because I would’ve kept going, but you have your long term goal, but you also want to have sort of weekly goal, or maybe even a daily goal and a really useful thing is to write it down, because it’s very easy to fudge with yourself later, say, it’s too scary, no, never mind, forget it. Oh, I didn’t really say that, did I? If you write it down, yes, you really said it. This is my weekly goal and you don’t have to look so far out and it’s less scary.-And I love the idea of making both. Short-term weekly goals and the long-term goals, the long-term goal might be I wanna lose 60 pounds. But the weekly goal could be, you know what, I’m not gonna eat after a dinner every night this week.-I think that for a lot of people look at 60 pounds is such a big number, but if you average it out, that’s a little bit more than a pound a week, maybe.-Right, and that can be another short-term goal. I wana lose one pound this week.-That would be a weekly goal, I gonna lose one pound exactly.-And Joy you also say, become a fidgety person?-Right, you just wanna move more in general, we are talking about form of exercise, so in another words, walk when you talk, pace around the kitchen when you on the phone. Instead of having your kids, be the errand boys, so to speak, fetch the phone, the mail, the remote control yourself. And don’t…-Apart a little from the mall parking.-Yes, and don’t be so efficient with your groceries. Instead of bundling five or six, you know, big bags in your arms, take one or two into the house from the drive way at a time. You know, it’s gonna make you walk a little more so it’s gonna extend the time getting the grocery into the house. But you gonna burn calories and also while you flop on the couch watching TV during those commercial breaks, get up and move, marching place, do some jumping jacks, we’ve got this TV workout for free on our website that people can download.-Well, some good advice for people who want more information, they can also go on our website todayshow.com, and get that information. Joy Bauer, Gail Saltz, thanks so much.201001/94275 HOW people collaborate, in the face of numerous temptations to cheat, is an important field of psychological and economic research. A lot of this research focuses on the ;tit-for-tat; theory of co-operation: that humans are disposed, when dealing with another person, to behave in a generous manner until that other person shows himself not to be generous. At this point co-operation is withdrawn. Fool me once, in other words, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.人们在难以数计的谎言诱惑下会怎样进行合作,是心理学和经济学研究中的重要课题。有关这个课题的研究通常集中于对;投桃报李;理论的研究,这个理论认为:人们总是倾向于向别人表现慷慨,除非对方表现出不慷慨的态度。在这个时候合作往往会终止。换句话说,人如果受到一次愚弄,或许是因为错在对方。如果再次受到对方愚弄,就只能怪自己不吸取教训了。When he encounters such a withdrawal of collaboration, the theory goes, the malefactor will learn the error of his ways and become a more co-operative individual. And there is experimental evidence, based on specially designed games, that tit-for-tat does work for pairs of people. Human societies, though, are more complex than mere dyads. And until recently, it has been difficult to model that complexity in the laboratory. But a paper published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences by Nicholas Christakis and his colleagues at Harvard has changed that. Dr Christakis arranged for a collaboration-testing game to be played over the web, with many participants. As a result, he and his team have gained a more sophisticated insight into the way co-operation develops.根据这个理论,一旦作恶的一方得不到对方的合作,他将会从自己的错误中吸取教训,并变成一个更具有合作精神的人。根据从特别设计的游戏中取得的实验据,投桃报李的原则确实适用于成对的研究对象。不过人类社会要比成对的研究对象复杂得多。直到最近为止,研究人员都很难在实验室中模拟出社会生活中的复杂情景。不过哈佛大学的尼古拉斯?克里斯塔(Nicholas Christakis)和他的同事们本周在《美国国家科学院院刊》上发表的论文改变了这个现实。克里斯塔士设计了一个能够在互联网上供多人参与的合作测试游戏。根据这个游戏,克里斯塔士和他的团队获得更多的资料,得以了解合作关系的演变规律。Dr Christakis used what is known as a public-goods game for his experiment. At the beginning of such a game, points are doled out to each participant. During every round, players are given the opportunity to donate points to their neighbours. Points so donated are augmented by an equal number from the masters of the game. If everyone co-operates, then, everyone ends up richer. A ;defector; who refuses to donate to his co-operating neighbours will, however, benefit at the expense of those neighbours. At the gamersquo;s end, the points are converted into real money, to ensure that proper incentives are in place.克里斯塔士在实验中使用了一种称为公开物品的游戏。在比赛开始时,每个参与者都获得一定的分数。在每轮游戏中,游戏者都有机会给周围的人一些分数。游戏的主持人会将参与者给予别人的分数翻倍。如果每个人都采取合作的态度,那么每个人都会得到更多的分数。游戏中的;叛逃者;,即拒绝将分数赠送给邻人的参与者,能够从别人的损失中获益。在游戏结束时,所有的分数都会转换成实际的金钱,以保障游戏具有适当的激励机制。To play his large-scale public-goods game, Dr Christakis recruited 785 volunteers via Mechanical Turk;a service provided by Amazon, an online retailer, that works by farming out small tasks to an army of individual workers. Each volunteer was randomly assigned links to, on average, eight other players. Together, they played repeated rounds of one of three variations of the game.为了将这个公开物品游戏推而广之,克里斯塔士通过土耳其机器人(Mechanical Turk)召集了785个志愿者(土耳其机器人是亚马逊推出的一种务,它的作用相当于网络零售商,能够将小型的任务分配给数量庞大的人群完成)。每个参与者都能够随机分配到几个邻人,平均来说,每个人一般能分到八个邻人。他们一起参与三种不同游戏形式,在每种形式中都会反复玩上几轮。In the first, participants always interacted with the same group of people. In the second, the connections were randomly reshuffled after each round. In the final version, one-third of the possible pairings between participants were chosen at random after each round (such pairs may or may not, therefore, have been dealing with each other in the previous round). One player from each pair was first told or reminded of how the other had behaved in the previous round, and was then asked whether he wanted to break his connection with that player, if he aly had one, or form a new connection, if he had not.起初,参与者总是与同组人玩。接下来,每结束一轮,参与者之间的联系都会随机打乱,并重新分组。在最后的阶段,每一轮结束时都会随机挑选出三分之一的参与者让他们有机会重新配对(这些将要配对的参与者之前是否曾经合作过并不重要)。每对组合中都会有一个人能够首先得知合作对方或将要合作的参与者在过去的游戏中表现如何,然后会问他是否还愿意和对方合作(如果他已经和对方结伴),或者是否愿意和对方结伴(如果他尚未和对方结伴)。In all versions of the game, roughly 60% of players started out co-operating. However, in the first two, this decreased over time as the pernicious influence of the freeloaders sp. The larger the fraction of a subjectrsquo;s partners who defected in a given round, the less likely that person was to co-operate in the next;classical tit-for-tat. However, this tit-for-tat retaliation was not enough to save co-operation, and after a dozen rounds only 10-20% of the players were still willing to co-operate.在游戏的三种模式中,大约有60%的参与者起初都愿意表现合作精神。不过在前两种形式中,合作者的数目随着不劳而获者不断散播的消极影响,而逐渐减少。在特定的游戏中,调查对象的合作者中如果存在越多的人扮演叛逃者,该对象在下一轮游戏中就越不愿意表现合作精神;;这正是典型的投桃报李精神。不过这种投桃报李的回馈态度无法维持合作关系,在大约12轮游戏后,只有大约10-20%的参与者仍然愿意表现合作精神。In the variant where participants had some choice over whom they interacted with, though, the amount of co-operation stayed stable as the rounds progressed. When Dr Christakis and his team looked at how the relationships between players were evolving in this third version, they found that connections between two co-operators were much more likely to be maintained than links that involved a defector. Over time, the co-operators accumulated more social connections than the defectors did.不过在游戏的第三种形式中,即参与者有权选择合作对象时,愿意表现合作精神的人数并没有随着游戏次数的增加而减少。比较过三种游戏形式中参与者相互关系的演变规律后,克里斯塔士和他的团队发现二个同是合作者之间的关系要比其中一个是叛逃者之间的关系更容易维持。随着时间的推移,合作者比叛逃者积累了更多的社会关系。Furthermore, as they were shunned, the defectors began to change their behaviour. A defectorrsquo;s likelihood of switching to co-operation increased with the number of players who had broken links with him in the previous round. Unlike straightforward tit-for-tat, social retaliation was having a marked effect.不仅如此,由于受到大家的回避,叛逃者也开改变自己的行为。如果在上一次游戏中有越多的参与者拒绝与某个叛逃者合作,那么这个人在下一次的游戏中就越可能变成合作者。与单纯的投桃报李相比,社会回馈更有助于维系人与人之间的关系。The next question, then, is whether such a mechanism holds outside the laboratory. To find out, Dr Christakis has forged links with some anthropologists. They hope to report the answer soon.接下来的问题是这一机制是否能推广到实验室之外呢?为了找到这个问题的,克里斯塔士已经与一些人类学家取得合作。他们希望能够尽快回答这个问题。numerous adj.很多的withdrawal n.退回convert v.(使)转变(化)retailer n. 零售商; 零售店pernicious adj. 有害的, 致命的201111/162579泉州无痛人流多少惠安县人民医院电话

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