襄阳有没有生殖器官延长的快问晚报

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Appreciating Armani 魅力无限亚曼尼Fashion followers fortunate enough to be in Spain between March and August this year will surely not want to pass up an exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum in the northern city of Bilbao. Its subject is the work of a talismanic designer whose enormous appeal took a clothing label to unprecedented heights in brand-name recognition. The exhibition, called simply "Giorgio Armani," covers the designer's twenty-five-year development and contribution to fashion and culture. Clothes from different stages of Armani's career are displayed in a loose narrative arrangement, and many of the designs feature his trademark color, the mixture of grey and beige that came to be known as "Armani greige."Also on display are the romantic traditions of European fashion and selections demonstrating influences and fabrics from regions as diverse as China, India, and Polynesia. There is even a section containing movie costumes and outfits worn at the Oscars and other ceremonial occasions, illustrating the glamour and cultural status of the Armani brand. The garments are complemented by a selection of photographs and sketches. The exhibition's appearance in Bilbao follows on the heels of an earlier successful stint at the New York Guggenheim, where there was some minor criticism among the acclaim. Art purists castigated the Museum for promoting commercial concerns, while others, who feel Armani's best days are behind him, pointed out that a museum is where his designs belong. There is a strong popular association between the words "Armani suit" and the attainment of, or at least the quest for, material success. It is a fashion item whose designer possesses an extraordinary ability to create a harmonious blend of seemingly contradictory elements: traditional and modern, East and West, casual and elegant. Giorgio Armani was born near Milan, Italy, in 1934. His earliest foray into the fashion world was helping introduce Italian consumers to foreign styles when he worked as a purchaser for a leading Milanese department store. With no formal training behind him, he brought out his first line in 1964 while working for Nino Cerutti, one of the top men's fashion houses. He later left to start his own firm, and his clothes began appearing under the Armani label in 1975. The Armani line was at first noted for loose, smart-casual blazers that provided a refreshing alternative to both the stiff, formal suits and the sloppy, laid-back hippie style of the previous decade. Though they were aimed at men, Armani's fashions proved so popular among women that he soon began designing for them as well. The famous suits caught the mood of the power dressers of the prosperous 1980s, and a string of movie appearances by his designs, beginning with the wardrobe of Richard Gere in American Gigolo, enhanced his reputation to the point where he is now considered one of the undisputed icons of twentieth-century style. 流行时尚的拥护者们如果有幸能在今年三月至八月前往西班牙,一定不想错过在北方城市毕尔巴鄂、古根海姆物馆举办的展览。展览的主题是一位设计奇才的作品,其无穷的魅力使一个装品牌打进名牌殿堂,到达前所未见的巅峰。 这个展览简称“乔治亚曼尼”,它涵括了这名设计师二十五年来的发展和对流行文化的贡献。亚曼尼在不同阶段设计的饰,分别不规则地呈现在各个主题区。他众多的设计均能明显地展示他的品牌色: 将灰色及米黄色调配而成的“亚曼尼米灰色”。 这场展览同时展出的,有他沿用欧陆传统浪漫风味的作品,以及深受中国、印度、波里尼西亚等地域影响,用当地纺织原料所精心制作的装,甚至还有一个区域专门展示他设计的电影装,以及专为奥斯卡颁奖典礼或其他隆重场合的出席嘉宾设计的饰,这些都验了亚曼尼品牌的迷人魅力与文化上的地位。饰旁边还有精选的照片及设计草图。 之所以能在毕尔巴鄂举行这项展览,要归功于稍前在纽约古根海姆美术馆的成功展出。在纽约一片喝采声中,只有为数很少的批评之声。艺术纯粹主义者斥责美术馆是在替商业行为做宣传,但是也有人认为亚曼尼日后必定会取得非凡的成就,他的作品应该陈列在物馆里。提到“亚曼尼西”,不得不令人联想到他在装界的卓越成就,和对成功的追求。这句流行辞汇源于一位拥有超凡能力的设计师,他能把乍看之下相互矛盾的元素充分调和:传统与现代,东方与西方,通俗与高雅。 乔治亚曼尼1934年出生于意大利米兰。他首次接触时尚界,是为米兰一家著名的百货公司当销售员,向顾客介绍异国的装风格。之前从未受过任何专业训练的亚曼尼,在1964年为一家顶尖的男士时装品牌“尼诺塞洛提”工作时,画下了他设计生涯的处女作。后来他离职自己组建公司,他所设计的饰,于1975年正式以“亚曼尼”之名问世。 亚曼尼的设计最初以轻松、时髦又随意的上衣而著称,它开创了一种新颖的风格,摆脱了之前十年一直风行的两种样式:正式却死板的西装和过于随便的嬉皮风格。虽然起初亚曼尼的时装是专为男性设计的,结果发现它们也受到女性欢迎,于是不久后他也开始为女性设计。 这些出名的饰到了繁荣的八十年代,开始引起了权威装造型师的兴趣,从设计李察基尔在“美国舞男”里的全部戏开始,亚曼尼设计的装在一部又一部的电影中登场,他也因此更加声名大噪。现在他已成为举世公认、开创二十世纪风格的代表人物之一。 Article/200803/29862#39;I was just thinking of you when you were a little girl, #39;said Marilla. #39;And…you#39;re going away now…and I#39;ll be lonely without you. #39;“我只是想起了你小的时候,”玛丽拉回答。“而你……你现在就要走了……没有你我会感到很孤单的。”Anne took Marilla#39;s face in her hands, #39;Marilla, nothing will change. Perhaps I#39;m bigger and older now, but I#39;ll al-ways be your little Anne. And I#39;ll love you and Matthew and Green Gables more every day of my life. #39;安妮双手捧着玛丽拉的面颊。“玛丽拉,一切都不会改变。也许我长大一些了,但我永远是您的小安妮。这辈子我每天都会更爱您、马修和格林·盖布尔斯的。”Marilla could not say what she felt, like Anne, but she could show it. She put her arms round her girl and held her close to her heart.玛丽拉无法像安妮那样说出自己的感觉,但她可以显示出来。她伸出双臂将安妮紧紧地搂在胸前。And so for the next year Anne lived in Charlottetown, and went to college every day. She sometimes came home at week-ends, but she had to study hard. Some of her Avonlea friends were at Queen#39;s too, and also her enemy, Gilbert Blythe. Anne saw that he often walked and talked with other girls. She felt sure that she and Gilbert could have some interesting conversations. But she didn#39;t want to be the first to speak to him, and he never looked at her.这样,第二年安妮住在夏洛特镇,每天去上学。有时她周末回家去,但她必须刻苦学习。女王学院有她在埃文利村的一些朋友,还有她的敌人吉尔伯特·布莱思。安妮发现他经常与其他女孩交谈或散步。她觉得自己和吉尔伯特可以谈得很开心。但她不想主动和他讲话,而吉尔伯特从来也不看她一眼。There were examinations at the end of the college year, in May. Anne studied very hard for them.五月,学年末的考试就要来了,安妮刻苦地准备着。#39;I#39;d love to get the first place, #39;she thought. #39;Or perhaps I could get the Avery prize. #39;This was a prize for the student who was best at English writing, and Anne knew she was good at that. The Avery prize paid for a free place for four years at Redmond College, one of the best colleges in Canada.“我想得第一名,”她想。“或许我能得到艾弗里奖学金。”这是为英语写作成绩最出色的学生颁发的,而安妮知道这门功课是自己的强项。得到艾弗里奖学金的学生可以在加拿大最好的大学——雷德蒙德大学免费学习4年。When news of the examinations came, Anne waited for her friends to tell her. She heard shouting. #39;It#39;s Gilbert! He#39;s the first! #39; She felt ill. But just then she heard another shout. #39;Anne Shirley#39;s got the Avery! #39;And then all the girls were round her, laughing and shouting.考试的成绩公布以后,安妮等待着朋友来告诉她消息。她听到喊声。“是吉尔伯特!他是第一名!”她感觉很难过。而就在这时她听到另外有人喊。“安妮·雪利得到了艾弗里奖学金!”所有的女孩子都来到了安妮的身边,笑啊叫啊。#39;Matthew and Marilla will be pleased! #39;thought Anne. #39;Now I can go on studying, and they won#39;t have to pay! #39;“马修和玛丽拉会很高兴的!”安妮想。“现在我可以继续学习,而他们不必付学费了!” /201205/184067

有声名著之少年维特的烦恼 Chapter10《少年维特的烦恼》小说的情节十分简单,年轻的维特来到一个小镇,这里的自然风光、淳朴的民风、天真快乐的儿童给予他极大的快乐。一次舞会上他认识了一个叫绿蒂的少女,她的一颦一笑、一举一动都让他倾倒;绿蒂也喜欢他,却不能予以爱的回报,她已与维特好友订婚。维特陷入了尴尬和痛苦,他毅然离开此地,力图从事业上得到解脱,有所成就,然而鄙陋的环境、污浊的人际关系、压抑个性窒息自由的现存秩序,都使他无法忍受,当他怀才不遇地重返绿蒂身边时,发现绿蒂已结婚,决定以死殉情,遂用一手结束了自己的生命。英文原著:少年维特的烦恼PDF文本下载 Article/200912/93170

Once in a while, someone dies and you remember where you were and what you were doing when you heard the sad news. Thousands of people worldwide felt that way when they heard that the beautiful Anna Nicole Smith had suddenly died.It was a "tragedy that shocked the nation," according to various TV and radio reporters. "The nation is in mourning," these same reporters claimed. She was only 39.Her husband discovered her lying in bed unconscious and not breathing. Paramedics quickly arrived and tried to revive her, but it was too late. Her body was taken to the morgue, where the coroner did an autopsy the next day. No evidence of drugs was found. It might have been a heart attack, but further testing was necessary.Anna was a cover girl, a model, and an actress. She married a billionaire who was 89 when she was only 25. The billionaire died a couple of years later.Anna went to court to get her fair share of her husband’s wealth. The case was still unresolved when she died. Now it will continue after her death, because Anna has a new-born daughter. The daughter might be entitled to millions when the court case is finally settled. At least three men have claimed to be the father of this millionaire baby. Article/201104/130840I often ask myself what politics is. When I turn on the television and see politicians in action, I think it looks like a circus. A lot of the politicians I see are like comedians. They lie, they steal money and get involved in all kinds of scandals. Politics should be about serving the people. This cannot happen when most of the people think most politicians can’t do their job properly. I’ve always found it strange that there are usually only two kinds of politics in most countries. You vote for the Democrats or Republicans, the left or the right. Some countries have a middle, but that’s still not a lot to vote for. I also think it’s strange that most politicians do not focus on what the people want. People want better health and education, not war. Article/201106/142688It’s amazing to think there wasn’t any plastic one hundred years ago. Now it’s everywhere. Almost everything that’s made has some plastic in it. Whoever invented it must be really rich. There are all kinds of plastic. It’s pretty useful stuff. I once went to an exhibition on plastic. I was shocked to see just how important it is in our lives. Look around you and count how many things you see or have or are wearing that are made of plastic. One day, we’ll need to find a replacement for plastic. That’s because oil will run out and plastic is made from oil. Maybe in the future there’ll be plastic museums full of valuable plastic. People will buy antique plastic. I think I’ll save some pens and plastic carrier bags. They might be worth something in the future. Article/201106/142685

“我是个穷人,陛下,”帽匠颤抖着说,“我只是刚刚开始吃茶点……没有超过一星期……再说为什么奶油面包变得这么薄呢……还有茶会闪光……” `Give your evidence,' the King repeated angrily, `or I'll have you executed, whether you're nervous or not.' `I'm a poor man, your Majesty,' the Hatter began, in a trembling voice, `--and I hadn't begun my tea--not above a week or so--and what with the b-and-butter getting so thin--and the twinkling of the tea--' `The twinkling of the what?' said the King. `It began with the tea,' the Hatter replied. `Of course twinkling begins with a T!' said the King sharply. `Do you take me for a dunce? Go on!' `I'm a poor man,' the Hatter went on, `and most things twinkled after that--only the March Hare said--' `I didn't!' the March Hare interrupted in a great hurry. `You did!' said the Hatter. `I deny it!' said the March Hare. `He denies it,' said the King: `leave out that part.' `Well, at any rate, the Dormouse said--' the Hatter went on, looking anxiously round to see if he would deny it too: but the Dormouse denied nothing, being fast asleep. Article/201104/134086Professor McGonagall stopped outside a classroom.麦康娜教授在一间教室外停下来了She opened the door and poked her head inside.她推开门,伸了个头进去Excuse me, Professor Flitwick, could I borrow Wood for a moment?不好意思,费立维克教授,打扰你一下,能不能让伍德出来一会儿?Wood? thought Harry, bewildered; was Wood a cane she was going to use on him?木头?哈利有点摸不着头脑。难道麦康娜教授打算用木棒来打他一顿吗?But Wood turned out to be a person, a burly fifth-year boy who came out of Flitwick#39;s class looking confused.伍德其实是一个人的名字,那是个十五岁左右的少年,身体长得相当结实。他从费立维克教授的课室里走了出来,一脸迷惑。Follow me, you two,said Professor McGonagall, and they marched on up the corridor, Wood looking curiously at Harry.你们两个跟我来。麦康娜教授说,他们一路走过走廊,伍德好奇地看了哈利好久。In here.在这儿。Professor McGonagall pointed them into a classroom that was empty except for Peeves, who was busy writing rude words on the blackboard.麦康娜教授领着两人走进一间教室。教室里空荡荡的,只有喧哗鬼皮维斯正忙着在黑板上乱涂乱划。Out, Peeves!She barked.皮维斯,你给我出去!Peeves threw the chalk into a bin, which clanged loudly, and he swooped out cursing.麦康娜教授喝道。皮维斯用力把粉笔往粉笔盒里一扔,骂骂咧咧地一溜烟跑了。Professor McGonagall slammed the door behind him and turned to face the two boys.麦康娜教授关上门,转身看着眼前两个男孩子。Potter, this is Oliver Wood.波特,这位是奥立弗·伍德。Wood — I#39;ve found you a Seeker.伍德——我帮你找了一位搜索员。Wood#39;s expression changed from puzzlement to delight.;伍德脸上的表情马上由迷惑转成兴奋。Are you serious, Professor?你说得是真的吗,教授?Absolutely, said Professor McGonagall crisply.当然。麦康娜教授清清楚楚地说。The boy#39;s a natural. I#39;ve never seen anything like it.这个男孩天赋异禀,我从来没见过这样子的孩子。Was that your first time on a broomstick, Potter?刚才是你第一次骑上扫帚的,对吗?波特?Radio Pioneers Created the System That Brought Words, Music and Information to People Across AmericaWritten by George Grow (THEME) VOICE ONE: I'm Barbara Klein.VOICE TWO:And I'm Steve Ember with People in America in VOA Special English. Today, we will tell about several men who influenced the development of radio.(THEME) VOICE ONE:Some people say radio was invented by Guglielmo (Gu-Lee-YER-Mo) Marconi of Italy. Marconi sent the first radio communication signals through the air in eighteen ninety-five. In fact, no one person can be called the inventor of radio. Many people, including several Americans, helped to develop radio. You may not know their names. However, their work affected many people. Over the years, radio has become one of the most important forms of communication. It can be used for two-way communication, such as between a ship and land. Scientists even use radio to communicate into space. And radio broadcasts let people send words, music and information to any part of the world. VOICE TWO: The first experimental radio broadcasts in the ed States were made in the early nineteen hundreds. One of the first broadcasts came from the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City in nineteen ten. It included music by the great singer Enrico Caruso. An American inventor, Lee De Forest, produced that broadcast. VOICE TWO (CONT):Only a few people could hear the broadcast. Some were people in the New York area who had built radio receivers. Some ships at sea and military radio stations received the broadcast. Many newspapers of the day reported on the event. The name of Lee De Forest became part of broadcasting history. Lee De Forest VOICE ONE: De Forest developed some of the technology used in early radio. During his lifetime, he invented hundreds of devices that were used in telephones, shortwave radio broadcasts, and similar technology. His most famous invention was the vacuum tube, or electron tube. In nineteen-oh-six, the electron tube was considered the single most important development in electronics. The device made it possible to strengthen radio signals and to send them over long distances. It was a major reason for the fast growth of the electronics and communications industries in the early part of the twentieth century. VOICE TWO: Edwin Armstrong was another American inventor who was important in the development of electronics and radio communication. Armstrong developed technology that helped to improve radio reception. He discovered ways to limit unwanted radio signals.Edwin Armstrong also was a leader in using radio to reproduce sounds clearly. This process became known as frequency modulation, or FM radio. FM radio provided better sound reproduction and less noise or interference than traditional AM radio. Armstrong also developed radio receivers that became widely used.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:Many experts say station KDKA in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania was the first American radio station. It broadcast results of the American presidential election in November, nineteen twenty. That is generally considered the start of professional radio broadcasting in the ed States. Soon, radio stations began to appear in other areas. In nineteen twenty-two, two stations in New York State joined together to broadcast the championship game of American baseball. The stations were connected by telephone lines. This permitted them to share the same program. It was one of the first examples of a radio network.VOICE TWO:By the middle of the nineteen-twenties, there were two main radio networks in the ed States. The National Broadcasting Corporation, N, was formed by the Radio Corporation of America. N became the first permanent national network. The other network was the Columbia Broadcasting System, called CBS. The networks provided programs to radio stations across the country. Local stations created very few programs. What listeners heard in New York was often heard in Los Angeles, California and other cities. VOICE ONE: David Sarnoff was the man responsible for N. As a young man, Sarnoff had taught himself Morse code. He got a job with the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company where he worked as a telegraph operator. He was on duty when the passenger ship Titanic sank in the Atlantic Ocean in nineteen twelve. Sarnoff helped the rescue effort by informing other ships about the accident. He understood that someone using radio could affect many lives.By nineteen twenty-one, Sarnoff was an official of the Radio Corporation of America. He pushed RCA to enter broadcasting. The company soon earned huge profits. Five years later, David Sarnoff helped create N. David Sarnoff developed the theory of broadcasting.This was very different from the communication between two people speaking to each other on a telephone. Radio meant that someone could speak to millions of people. Article/200803/30117

爱丽丝轻轻叹了一声说,“我认为你应该珍惜点时间,像这样出个没有谜底的谜语,简直是白白浪费宝贵的时间。” “如果你也像我一样对时间熟悉,”帽匠说,“你就不会叫它‘宝贵的时间’,而叫它‘老伙计’了。” `The Dormouse is asleep again,' said the Hatter, and he poured a little hot tea upon its nose. The Dormouse shook its head impatiently, and said, without opening its eyes, `Of course, of course; just what I was going to remark myself.' `Have you guessed the riddle yet?' the Hatter said, turning to Alice again. `No, I give it up,' Alice replied: `what's the answer?' `I haven't the slightest idea,' said the Hatter. `Nor I,' said the March Hare. Alice sighed wearily. `I think you might do something better with the time,' she said, `than waste it in asking riddles that have no answers.' `If you knew Time as well as I do,' said the Hatter, `you wouldn't talk about wasting IT. It's HIM.' `I don't know what you mean,' said Alice.Morrow Road 02茂林路 02  Although it was almost midnight, the snow seemed to illuminate the ground fairly well, so we began our walk down a path and through the woods. I knew we were in the right area, and getting closer to where the house used to stand because I could feel a "tingling sensation" throughout my body--which is typical for me when I communicate with spiritual entities. We walked for a few moments, until my mother decided that she was too cold to go on. So, we turned around and headed back toward the road.  About ten feet from where the bridge used to be, I lunged forward, startled. My mother jumped around to look at me and had a nervous look on her face. "What?!" she said, anxiously. I was hesitant to tell her why I bolted towards her, but new that she was not going to believe me if I tried to brush my sudden movements off. "Um, someone just tugged on the back of my hair." That was it... she was off and running.  She hurdled herself as quickly as she could over the mound of snow that was piled up from the plow and jumped onto the pavement. "Wait a minute!" I said, as I stepped next to her and turned back around to look at the land. "Just give me one minute." I could feel a "presence" very strongly at that point, but by the expression on my mom's face I knew she wouldn't want to stand near area.  尽管现在已经是快午夜时分了,但地面被雪映得很亮,我们沿着林间的一条小道开始了我们的散步。我知道我们所在的地方就是我们所寻找的地方,并且离那所房子曾经所在的地方也越来越近,之所以这么说,是因为我能感觉自己体内浑身上下充斥着一种“兴奋感”,这种感觉是我在与“神灵”们交流时所特有的。我们又前行了一会儿,妈妈说她太冷了,不想再走了。于是我们便沿着小道折回,向那条公路上去。  当走到距离桥旧址河道还有十英尺的地方时,我的马猛地向前冲了一下,吓我一跳。妈妈骑着马在我周围转来转去,左顾右盼,一脸的不安,“怎么了?”她焦急地问到。我犹豫了一会,我知道这次与以往不同,如果我想将自己的“突然行动”隐瞒掉,她是肯定不会相信的,于是我跟她讲了我突然向她冲去的原因:“嗯,有人在后面拽我的头发。”说完,只见妈妈骑着马向远处跑去了。  妈妈以最快的速度跳过雪犁推出的雪堆,落到路面上,我紧跟了上来,转过身来看了看那块地皮,“等一会!”,我对妈妈说,“就给我一分钟!”因为我强烈感觉到在那个地方有什么出现了,但是妈妈脸上的表情告诉我她不想离那个地方站得太近。 Article/200812/57794

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