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赣州市第二人民医院去疤多少钱江西省中心医院冰点脱毛多少钱Students have been taught how to walk in stilettos as part of a government-funded course, a south London college said on Wednesday.The six-week "Sexy Heels in the City" course was offered as an extra-curricular activity at South Thames College and finished in May.The college said five students aged between 16 and 50-plus took part in the classes, and said the reactions were overwhelmingly positive."The course improved students' confidence, it was a fun, sociable activity for them to do in their free time," a college spokeswoman said."They practiced the Alexander Technique and learned how to walk responsibly and carefully in high heels." The Alexander Technique is a method that helps to improve a person's posture and balance.Professional singer China Whyne -- who has worked with Eric Clapton, Seal and Peter Gabriel -- was paid 750 pounds (1,000 dollars, 900 euros) to teach the six-week course.On her website, the tutor promises to teach women teetering in high heels how to improve their posture, reduce back pain and "achieve that gliding feeling when walking".One of the college students who completed the course said she now "felt more comfortable in my heels.""I no longer feel pain on a night out because I know what exercises to do beforehand," said 16-year-old Celina Mystery. "Now I can finally rock my heels."South Thames College said it was still evaluating whether to run the course again.Meanwhile, the TaxPayers' Alliance campaign group dismissed the course as a waste of money."This is a silly gimmick that's most likely diverting money away from more needy parts of the college," chief executive Matthew Elliott told the Daily Mirror website.【Notes】stiletto: a woman's shoe with a very high narrow heel; the heel on such a shoe 细高跟女鞋;(女鞋的)细高跟Eric Clapton: 埃里克·克莱普顿,1945年出生,英国吉他手、歌手和作曲家。他曾经获得过格莱美奖,是20世纪最成功的音乐家之一,在摇滚名人堂里有三项成就。Seal: 席尔,1963年出生,自上世纪90年代以来,Seal一直都是英国最受欢迎的男歌手之一,90年代中期以后,他把灵魂乐、民谣、摇滚、舞曲等不同的风格融入到自己的音乐中去,自成一派。Peter Gabriel: 1950年出生,20世纪70年代红极一时的摇滚乐团「创世纪」(Genesis)的团长,是当代摇滚音乐史上的一位音乐鬼才。teeter: to stand or move in an unsteady way so that you look as if you are going to fall 摇晃;蹒跚行走;踉跄;摇摇欲坠gimmick: an unusual trick that is intended to attract attention 花招,噱头201006/105974石城县人民医院做韩式隆鼻手术多少钱 Ok, here is the clinic for you guys out there on the “Dos and Don’ts” of finding emotional joy and carnal fulfillment in its most primitive form, if you get my drift. This male wildebeest dashes up to this herd of females, oblivious to the fact that other wildebeest males consider him about as welcome as a plague of locusts. See? You can't just move in on another guy's turf without getting, you know, clipped. But of course, our hero doesn't get the message, and doesn't stop trying to conjugate the verb. He humps, they dump. (Of) Course, he leaps to his feet, as if to say "Huh, yeah, I meant to do that. No problem. It's under control. I'm cool." "Yeah, right. " The male springbok antelope, however, has it all worked out. His mating strategy is to gently touch flanks of the female as a way of asking if she wants to do what comes naturally. If we could put words to his actions: "Ok, are you y? Ah em, no? Ok, how about now? That's been five seconds. Ok, um, how about now? Now? Is now OK? Ok, how about now? Ok, I'm gonna take that for a yes. That, well,ok... Oops. Huh hem, wait a minute, it's ... Ok, standing still can also be a signal, so uh... Yeah, you know, I'd better go back to that leg thing." In case you wonder just how primal the lust for the female really is, consider these two male lions. Pals, hunting partners. You know, they're classic best buds, nothing can come between them. That is until this Venus of the veldt. This leonine, a bit of feminine flush struts her stuff before the two of them. And then... Years of brotherly comradery torn asunder in seconds, slaughtered by Cupid's bow. The loser slinks away to lick his wounds. He's lost the girl and his best friend. Eh, but wait a minute. Haho, another female! No, she is just here to toss another shovelful of dirt on the coffin. Some days, you just can't win for losing. Vocabulary Mix:drift: General meaning or purport; tenor. 大意:大致的意思或要旨;目的. wildebeest: Either of two large African antelopes(Connochaetes gnou or C. taurinus) having a drooping mane and beard, a long tufted tail, and curved horns in both sexes.牛羚,角马:两种非常大的非洲羚羊之一(角马属 白尾角马 或 角马属 斑纹角马) 属,有飘垂的鬃须,长而成簇的尾,雌雄性皆有弯角springbok: A small brown and white gazelle(Antidorcas marsupialis) of southern Africa, noted for its habit of repeatedly leaping high into the air when startled. 小瞪羚:一种产于非洲南部小的棕白色瞪羚(跳羚 瞪羚属) ,因受惊时习惯性地反复跃入空中而闻名 200811/57021NBA stars jump ship NBA A weak dollar and huge contracts from across the Atlantic are pulling basketball players away from the NBA.A. What's going on ,everyone? Thanks for being in here. I am joined by P Torey, Sports Illustrated. Thank you for being in here. B. Of course, anytime. A. If, just a few years ago, if I would have said to you, people that are playing in the NBA, players that have a spot, they’re getting /game time,actually / are leaving the NBA and going to play ball in Europe. You probably would go to me and said I'm crazy. B. Yeah, that's basically true. I mean, the fact is we have /12 players so far this summer leave from the NBA to play aboard in Europe, and it gonna be a watershed season, I mean, for the evolution of the NBA before you had a guy like Dominique Wilkins go over to Italy, the end of his career, you know, feast on * and enjoy retirement. But now it's completely different. A. So why are we seeing that now? Why we are seeing players saying? You know what, the ball over there. That's where I should be. B. Yeah, well the first reason is the fact that ring offered more money than ever before. A. So the business aspect? B. Yes. And that's a reflection of the domestic and international economy. These guys are being paid in Euros and they are being paid roughly three times as much as they’ll be paid otherwise if they stayed in the states. And that's the value you can’t really get by staying at home. A. And a weak dollar obviously point a factor here. Just a couple of days ago, over that Democratic National Convention, CNN.money called up with Sir Charles Barkley. We talked him, exactly, we talked him about this exact question. Take a look and listen to what he had to say. Barkley: I think they are making a bid to do out of nothing. No great NBA player is gonna go play overseas. A. Alright, now that I'm trying to put you on the spot here with an NBA Hall of Famer, but do you agree with them? B. You know it’s a general rule I try not to disagree with Sir Charles too much, (I’ll try not … ) for fear of being thrown through a window mostly. A. He's, I think he’s got your hands on and fight. B. Yeah, a bit of / edge. But I' think, you know, I do disagree somewhat. The fact is, I sort of question what he means by good player. I think you are getting studying players right now, and you are not Kristic from the Nets, George *, of course, is also an excellent role player ... ... A. Come off the bench B. Exactly. But the bottom line is we couldn't have anticipated where we are now. So I think it's a bit too hasty to make any judgments about where we will be in a couple of years from now. The fact is players are operating is brands. And these emerging markets have brought something that we haven’t even encountered before. So I mean it’s certainly a new world we dealing with at this point. A. you know, I think it's so easy for fans out there, to sit there, we watch them play. We watch them play something that we play pickup on the weekends and you’ll think, that would be the coolest thing in the world to get paid millions of dollars to play basketball. I think we lose track of the fact that this is their job, their business. They get paid to play ball. Something that what we'd love to do. But that is what they do. So it is interesting when you say this from a business standpoint. They are doing this to make more money. B. Yeah, I mean money is really the bottom line literally, and figuratively in this case, you know. You're gonna pay a guy 55 million dollars for example like the Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Dwayne Wade. They are gonna at least seriously consider that offer and you can wrap up that offer from one of these Russian or Italian, or refinanciers serious for a, lesser player but still a very good player I think you wouldn’t do that. A. Hold that, King James. Kobe Bryant. They are, you are saying, there’s a possibility they are gonna go over and play in Europe? B. Well, the question has been posed there, /you know, if a team could play you 55 million dollars for a year, you know,in the prime of you career to go over there, and play basketball in Europe, and they said, you know, we will definitely consider it. It's not one of those questions that you can dismiss out of hand anymore. Something you really gotta to do away because of the monetary, and global advertising perspectives. A. P Torrey again, he’s from Sports Illustrated. We are gonna keep an eye on this , and / see if Lebron James or Kobe ever do decide to go over and play overseas, but for now, it’s something that the NBA needs to be concerned with.200811/55167南康区脸部激光美白多少钱

赣州隆鼻要多少费用U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates called on the NATO alliance Tuesday to chart a clear path toward relevance and enhanced capability as it faces a different set of threats than it was founded to address more than 60 years ago. Gates wants a key NATO document being drafted this year to advance a transformation theme U.S. leaders have been pressing for a long time.星期二,美国国防部长盖茨敦促北约盟国制定一条清晰的路线,以便适应目前北约所面对的与其60多年前创建时不同的威胁以及加强自身能力。盖茨希望北约今年草拟的一项重要文件将促进美国领导人长期以来一直在推动的转型过程。Secretary Gates told a NATO conference in Washington that the new Strategic Concept officials are set to write this year needs to address a wide range of issues in what he called a "succinct,... comprehensible and compelling" document that impresses Europeans raised in a post-Cold War and post-September 11 world.盖茨在华盛顿召开的一次北约会议上说,有关官员定于今年起草的新战略概念必须针对一系列广泛的问题。他说,这将是一个简洁、透彻和有力的文件。这个文件将触动在后冷战时期和9-11事件之后的世界中成长起来的欧洲人。"The demilitarization of Europe - where large swaths of the general public and political class are averse to military force and the risks that go with it - has gone from a blessing in the 20th century to an impediment to achieving real security and lasting peace in the 21st [century]," he said.盖茨说:“欧洲的非军事化已经从20世纪的一件好事变成在21世纪实现真正安全和持久和平的障碍,在欧洲,数量众多的一般公众和政界人士都不喜欢军事力量以及随之而来的危险。”Secretary Gates said Europe's people must come to understand the importance of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization as an international security alliance, not just an organization for the protection of Europe's territorial integrity, as it was at its founding in 1949.盖茨说,欧洲人必须理解北大西洋公约组织的重要性,北约不仅是一个国际安全联盟,而且是一个保护欧洲领土完整的组织,正如北约在1949年创建时那样。"Threats are more likely to emanate from failed, failing or fractured states than from aggressor states, where dangerous, non-state actors often operate from within nations with which we are not at war, or from within our own borders, and where weapons proliferation and new technologies make possible the specter of chaos and mass destruction in any of our capitals," he said .盖茨说:“威胁更可能来自那些已经失败或者正在失败的国家以及那些分裂的国家,而不是来自那些具有侵略性的国家。那些危险的行动者并非国家,他们在我们的境内活动,或者在一些国家内部活动,而这些国家与我们并不处于战争状态。武器扩散和新技术使得我们任何一个国家的首都都可能发生混乱和遭到大规模杀伤。”201002/97297赣县做黑脸娃娃多少钱 Over one third of our planet is frozen, and yet, the icy worlds of the Arctic and Antarctic are as alien to most of us as the surface of another planet.我们星球的三分之一是冰冻的,然而,南极和北极的冰冷世界对我们大多数人来说非常陌生,就像另一个星球一样。There are places of superlatives. From ice caps that hold nearly eighty percent of our planets fresh water to frozen forests that encircle the entire globe.这里是最高级的地方。从持有近百分之八十我们星球的淡水的冰帽到环抱整个星球的冰冻森林,这里应有尽有。These are places that feed our imaginations, places that seem to be borrowed from fairy tales. Theyre dominated and shaped by the ice, both by its coming and by its going.这些地方让我们的想象力天马行空,这些地方又好像来自童话故事中。一切都被奇形怪状难以捉摸,来无影去无踪的冰所统治着。This is our planets last true wilderness and one that is changing just as were beginning to understand it.这是我们星球上的最后一片真正的荒野,改变之一就是我们开始理解它。In this series, well be travelling to all parts of these lonely lands, both north and south, to witness its wonders perhaps for the last time and to discover some extraordinary examples of survival against all the odds, as can be found anywhere on the planet.在这个系列中,我们将前往这一孤独地域的所有地方,无论是北方还是南方,带领您见也许是最后一次的奇迹,去发现一些异乎寻常的反对世界常理生存下来的奇迹。The poles are permanently capped with ice. Nowhere is colder, windier or more hostile to life.两极被永久覆盖着冰。没有不冷的地方,而在这种条件下生命很难存活。166013赣州整形美容医院

赣州去老年斑多少钱Football fans attending the World Cup risk permanent damage to their hearing from the vuvuzela horns which are the must-have accessory at the tournament in South Africa, a study said Monday.The din emitting from the tuneless plastic horns is louder than that from a drum or a chainsaw, according to the survey by hearing aid manufacturer Phonak.It said tests had shown the sound emitted by a vuvuzela was the equivalent to 127 decibels. The sound from a drum was put at 122 decibels while the sound from a referee's whistle registered 121.8 decibels."Extended exposure at just 85 decibels puts us at a risk of permanent noise-induced hearing loss," Phonak said in a statement on the SAPA news agency."When subjected to 100 decibels or more, hearing damage can occur in just 15 minutes."While the horns have gone down a storm among South African supporters, players from rival teams have been less enthusiastic.Spain midfielder Xabi Alonso has called for it to be banned as it impedes players' concentration but FIFA chief Sepp Blatter has defended it as a part of South African football culture.【Notes】hearing aid: a small device that fits inside the ear and makes sounds louder, used by people who cannot hear well 助听器decibel: a unit for measuring how loud a sound is 分贝(声音强度的单位)referee: the official who controls the game in some sports, such as football, basketball and boxing 裁判;裁判员go down a storm:受到热烈欢迎201006/105978 During his run for the presidency, Barack Obama often talked about his mother, Ann Dunham, and the lessons she taught him through her work with poor rural communities around the world. Dunham died of cancer in 1995, before any of her grandchildren were born.奥巴马在竞选总统期间常常谈到他的母亲安·邓纳姆,以及他和玛雅·苏托洛从母亲在世界各地贫穷的乡村社区所做的工作中学到的东西。邓纳姆1995年因癌症去世时,她的孙辈们还没有出生。Now the president's sister, Maya Soetoro-Ng, has written "Ladder to the Moon," a children's book that attempts to connect her young daughter, Suhaila, with the grandmother she never knew.玛雅·苏托洛想通过《通向月亮的梯子》帮助女儿了解她从未见过的外祖母。The book’s title was inspired by a picture post card Dunham gave Maya as a child. It features a painting by Georgia O’Keeffe which depicts a ladder floating against the night sky, with a half-moon high above it.这本书的书名是玛雅在儿时母亲送给她的一张明信片中得到的灵感。那是乔治亚·奥基夫的一幅画,画面上有一架梯子漂浮在夜空,梯子上悬挂着半轮月亮。In the book, little Suhaila asks her mother what her grandmother was like. "Like the moon," her mother replies. "Full, soft and curious." Suhaila longs to meet her, and one night, her wish comes true. A golden ladder appears at her window and Grandma Annie invites the girl to come along on a magical journey. 苏海拉在书中问,外祖母是什么样,母亲回答说:“象月亮一样,圆满、温柔并具有好奇心。”苏海拉渴望见到外祖母。一天晚上,她的梦想终于实现了。一架金色的梯子出现在窗口,外祖母邀请她一起去进行一次神奇的旅行。"The book is about an evening spent helping others to come up to the moon after natural disaster and religious strife and conflict," says Soetoro-Ng. "And the moon becomes a sanctuary, an imagined place to heal and rest in hammocks until we’re laughing loudly again."玛雅说:“书中讲述自然灾害和宗教冲突过后,他们一整个晚上都在帮助别人到月亮上去,月亮成了一个避难所,一个梦幻世界,人们在那里疗伤,休息,直到再次开怀大笑。”201104/133849赣州注射隆鼻永久赣州超声祛眼袋



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