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oh, here she is adorable. I like her smile.yeah, shes a cute little dancer.哦 她好可爱 我喜欢她的微笑 是 她是个可爱的舞者I was watching her earlier too. I was just watching she dance.我前面也在看她 看她跳舞All right, a few weeks ago, we met this woman in your audience.好 几周前 我们遇见了这位观众all right, so we invited her back and this is what happened.好 我们请她回来 然后发生了这个what do you do?I am a full time student. full time student.你是干什么的? 我是个全日制的学生 全日制的学生so you wanna act, this is what you wanna do.Yes你想演戏 这是你想做的 是all right, we are gonna send you out on our, on the street right outside.好 我们将把你送到外面的街上we are gonna see how many people would actually stop and help you and we are gonna give those people cash.看多少人会真的停下来帮你 我们会给那些人现金wait, do you office...oh...That some come out.That some come out to the road.你们办公室会 啊 全部散落出来了 全部掉在地上you really should for sure have a career in this business.You are a fantastic actress.你真的应该在演艺圈有一番事业 你是个很好的演员so we arrange you are gonna meet with the casting directors,and we are gotta try to find you some work.我们会安排你见几个选角导演 试着让你找到一些工作And ShutterFly is giving you a check for ten thousand dollars.Oh,my god! Oh, my god.同时 ShutterFly公司将给你张价值一万美金的票 我的天哪 我的天哪!all right, I really wanna help her getting an acting job.Congratulate, come on, Dontax.是的 我真的会帮你找到一份演员的工作 恭喜 上来吧 Dontax. /201604/438825襄阳第四人民医院有什么项目Walking in London漫步伦敦Footfalls足音Urban pedestrians buck a national trend伦敦步行者打破全国性趋势LONDON is a city made for walking.Unlike, for instance, Los Angeles its centre is easily accessible on foot.Outer boroughs are no more than an hour or two away.Its curved streets, in contrast to the rigid grid of New York, welcome idle wanderers and busy commuters alike.But despite traffic queues and teeming underground carriages most prefer to drive or to squeeze on to the Tube to get around the city.This is starting to change.伦敦是个适合步行的城市。不像洛杉矶这样的城市,伦敦市中心对步行者来说很方便。步行去外区也不会超过一两个小时。伦敦蜿蜒的街道和纽约方正平直的街道形成鲜明对比,迎接着悠闲的流浪汉和忙碌的上班族。尽管道路很堵、地铁很挤,但大部分人还是喜欢驾车或挤地铁在城市穿梭。这一切都将开始改变。Between 2001 and 2011 the number of trips made daily on foot in London increased by 12%.Nearly a third of the Londoners sampled made a continuous walk of 30 minutes once a week between 2010 and 2011 to get from place to place, rather than for exercise.Each day 6.2m walks are made across the city.2001年到2011年间,每天在伦敦步行的人数增长了12%。在此期间,被调查的伦敦人中有将近三分之一的人一个星期内至少有一次超过30分钟的步行体验,不是为了锻炼身体,而是单纯为了从一个地方到另一个地方。每天有620万人在城市步行。And both rich and poor walk a similar amount.In areas such as Kensington and Chelsea 11% walk for at least 30 minutes five times a week or more.In Tower Hamlets 12% of residents do.One of the largest changes in the city over the past decade is the number of pedestrians, says Michèle Dix of Transport for London (TfL), which runs the citys transport networks.On July 10th TfL launched the Roads Task Force, with plans to spruce up pavements.在步行上,穷人和富人都差不多。在肯辛顿-切尔西区,11%的人一周内至少会有5次超过30分钟的步行体验。在陶尔哈姆莱茨区,有12%的居民也会这么做。伦敦交通局(负责伦敦交通网络的运营)的米歇尔·迪克斯说,过去十年这座城市最大的变化是行人的数量。7月10日,伦敦交通局发动道路工作组,有计划地修缮人行道。Several reasons account for the walking boom.The number of Londoners increased by 12% from 7.3m in 2001 to 8.2m in 2011, and Tube trains are broiling and overcrowded.But other factors also encourage pedestrians.In 2004 Ken Livingstone, then mayor of London, vowed to make London a “walkable city”.Some of his plans were carried on by Boris Johnson, the current mayor.These include a scheme to create clearly-marked maps for use across the city.Of 33 boroughs in London 22 now have the distinctive yellow-branded signs on their streets.All TfL-owned property (such as Tube stations and bicycle-hire points) is covered by the scheme.This deters tourists from popping on the Tube to travel one stop from Covent Garden to Leicester Square, a distance of 0.3m (0.5km) says Tony Armstrong of Living Streets, a charity for pedestrians.行人的暴增有好几个原因。从2001年的730万到2011年的820万,伦敦人口增长了12%,地铁变得又热又挤。但是其他几个因素也在鼓励着人们步行。2004年,伦敦市长肯·利文斯通承诺把伦敦建成一座步行城市。他的一些计划被现任市长鲍里斯·约翰逊继续执行。伦敦33个区中的22个在街道上树立了独特的黄色标志牌。伦敦交通局所有的财产(比如地铁和租车点)都包含在计划之内。Living Streets(一个为行人设立的慈善机构)的托尼·阿姆斯特朗说,这打消了游客从科芬园到莱斯特广场这一站路(仅500米)也要乘坐地铁的念头。Streets are also becoming more pedestrian-friendly.Exhibition Road in South Kensington was redeveloped in 2011.Pavement curbs were removed and tarmac replaced by granite bricks.Fewer cars now go down the road, which stretches from Hyde Park to the museums and restaurants around the station, encouraging swarms of pedestrians.In June plans to develop a walkway by the Thames in Vauxhall were announced, turning a neglected part of London into something resembling the High Line in New York (which transformed a disused railway track into a lively public garden).步行也变得越来越方便。南肯辛顿的会展路于2011年重新开发。路边石被移除,柏油路也被花岗石路面代替。车站附近这条从海德公园延生到物馆和餐馆的路上车子更少了,这也有利于人们步行。六月,一系列将位于泰晤士河边沃克斯豪尔工厂内的一条走道建成类似于纽约高线公园(一个充满生气的公园,由一条废弃的铁路改造而成)的计划正式宣布。Londoners may also be more aware of the advantages of walking.Health campaigns like the NHSs “Live Well” emphasise that walking is the easiest form of exercise.Rubber wristband pedometers, such as “FitBit” and “FuelBand”, are also increasingly popular.伦敦人也可能更清楚走路的好处。像NHS(英国国家医疗务体系)“Live Well”这样的健康宣传活动都在强调走路是最简单的一种锻炼方式。“FitBit”和“FuelBand”这些品牌的橡胶腕带计步器也越来越受欢迎。But the capital is bucking the national trend.Although in 2011 walking was up across the country, it has seen an overall decline of 27% in Britain since 1995.This is partly caused by fewer children walking to school.And while rural rambles are still popular, fewer people are walking to their weekly grocery shop.Many more are shopping online.Local authorities want to change this.Pedestrians spend an average of £373 (1) a month, compared with £226 for drivers, according to data from TfL.Ailing high streets and town centres need to win back walkers.Learning from Londons incentives would be a start.但是,发生在首都的这一切与全国趋势不符。虽然2011年全国步行的人数有所上涨,但总体来说却比1995年减少了27%。部分原因可能是走路去上学的孩子更少了。在农村走路仍然很常见,但每周走路去杂货店买东西的人却变少了。更多的人选择网上购物。地方政府想要改变这种状况。伦敦交通局的数据表明,步行者平均每月花费373英镑(571美元),而驾车者每月只花226英镑。状况不佳的商业大街和城镇中心应该赢回这些步行者。学习来自伦敦的激励机制将是个开端。译者:周洋 校对:毛慧 译文属译生译世 /201512/418491中航工业三六四医院彩超听力参考文本:Kylie Clifton has long, thick waves of blonde hair, the same sandy shade as her moms.And the day Kylies mom took her to the salon to get those hair extensions—that was a big day. And not just because, for the first time, Kylie felt really pretty.;Today is the first day of the rest of my life,; 11-year-old Kylie posted on Instragram that evening. ;So happy I dont know what to do with myself.;Just a few months before, Kylie was still living as Kyle—an earnest, thoughtful boy who struggled with anxiety. In the weeks leading up to those hair extensions, the Cliftons told a small but growing circle about Kyles gradual transition to Kylie.But the hair marked a new phase. An end to keeping the wigs and girls clothes at home for after school or just the weekend.Because the next day, everybody at school would know: Kyle was now Kylie.;I couldnt chicken out,; Kylie says, looking back. ;Im not very good with decisions, so I couldnt just take them (the extensions) out that next morning and just put it off for another day. As if I thought I wasnt y.;Getting yThat past Christmas, before Kyle ever told a single person he was, in fact, a girl, his parents felt like Kyles anxiety was becoming increasingly unmanageable.But they didnt know why.There was that weekend Kyles mom and sister were out of town, and Kyles dad took him and his twin brother to a movie. When they got home, Kyle shut himself in his bedroom closet, crying quietly. His dad would come up and knock gently on the door, but Kyle kept insisting he didnt want to talk about it until his mom got home.But when Ginger Clifton did get back, Kyle still wouldnt say much. He shrugged the incident off as just another bout of anxiety.So many times, Kyle had wanted to find a way to talk about the thoughts he was having.That his whole life, every time he watched a movie, he pictured himself in the girls role—the Marilyn Monroe or the Jennifer Lawrence.That when he tried to picture his future, growing up and becoming a man, doing manly things like walking his imagined daughter down the aisle, it just seemed fuzzy. Impossible.On the way home from that trip to the movies, Kyle sat in the back seat, googling ;What do I do when I feel like I want to be a girl?; and pouring over websites about gender reassignment surgery.But all of that felt equally impossible. The best plan Kyle could come up with, in his 11-year-old mind, was waiting until after college graduation—and then disappearing from Michigan, from friends, family, everybody he knew and loved. ;Maybe I would just kind of disassociate myself from everyone, and just kind of move away and not be heard from,; Kylie says now. ;I dont know. Crazy thoughts like that.; Finally, one night, Kyle worked up the courage to tell his mom.He knew hed backed out of this before. So late one night, after hed gone to bed, he sent his mom a text.;It was a Wikipedia ;Transgender; link, is literally the only thing that she sent,; Ginger remembers, laughing. ;I was home, downstairs in the living room. So I brought my phone upstairs, and I said: So, I guess we have some things to talk about!;This, it turns out, was the easy part.For Ginger, hearing Kyle talk about what he was feeling—and who he wanted to be—made sense, on some deep maternal level.She was worried, of course. About how the world would treat her kid. And mostly, about school.Difficult conversationsBecause the family had moved just a few months before this, Ginger had never even met the principal at Kyles school, Portage North Middle School, just south of Kalamazoo.So, she set up her first-ever meeting with the principal and the school counselor.;And they sat there in the room, and their eyes got really big!; Ginger laughs. ;But they were very willing to work with us. Even though they didnt really know quite exactly how to do it.;;It was an—an interesting conversation,; remembers Principal Travis Thomsen. ;It was a difficult conversation. Because, nobody had any experience with it.;But what the school did next was really important, because it set the tone for how everything else was going to play out. And its what more and more schools are starting to do when theyre in this spot: They brought in a professional.When people are afraidJay Maddocks official job title is executive director of the Kalamazoo Gay and Lesbian Resource Center.But really, his job is managing fear.;You know, whenever youre pushing for change, in an area of something that people dont understand—sometimes the worst comes out in people when theyre afraid,; he says, leaning over a boxed lunch of salad and chicken breast at the White House LGBT Summit, held in Dearborn this spring.Hes just ducked out to return a call to an elementary school in west Michigan, where their first transgender student had come out—and the school wanted Maddock to tell them what the heck to do now.This is what he does. He goes from school to school, talking to parents and teachers and staff about what it means to be transgender, and to have a transgender kid in their community.And at all of these training sessions, theres one fear he hears over and over again: What if students start to pretend?As in, what if a guy pretends to be a transgender girl, in order to get into the womens restroom and hurt someone?So Maddock tells them: Heres what youre going to do. When a transgender student comes out, sit down with them. Get to know them.Then, make a transition plan. When would the student like to start using different pronouns? A different name?And, yes, ask them what bathroom they want to use.Then, make it school policy that without this kind of transition plan, kids cant just switch restrooms whenever they feel like it. ;Lets imagine that an adolescent pulls a prank, and goes into a restroom that doesnt match with their gender identity,; Maddock says. ;Were not asking you to uphold that. So when a student violates your school rules, theyre still violating the rules.;Legal guidanceThe real purpose of these ;what if; policies, Maddock says, is to give schools what theyre craving right now: clarity.Something that tells them what to do, so that if parents get angry, they can point to it and say: Look, weve thought this through, and it puts us on the right side of the law.Specifically, Title IX.Thats the law that makes gender discrimination illegal at public schools.And under the Obama administration, the U.S. Department of Education is cracking down on it.The Office of Civil Rights is telling schools: You have to let transgender kids use the bathrooms that fit their gender identity.One Michigan district, Bedford Public Schools, is currently under investigation for alleged transgender discrimination.;A very good day;At Kylies school, this Title IX stuff really stuck with Principal Thomsen.;That helped to guide some of our decision-making, and processes that we were considering internally,; he says.So Thomsen brought in Jay Maddock, and had him do staff trainings for all the teachers.They covered all the basics: What is transgender? Why do transgender kids face more bullying, have a higher risk for suicide? What kind of logistics are involved in helping a kid transition at school?So after all this, what happened when Kyle transition to Kylie—and, eventually, started using the girls bathroom?Was there an uproar, or angry parents?Principal Thomsen thinks about that one for moment.;To be perfectly honest, there wasnt a reaction,; he says. ;It was a non-issue for students and our staff. It just wasnt an issue.;And for Kylie?;I was nervous at first, as theres usually always a lot of people in the girls bathroom,; she says. ;But it didnt matter. Nobody acted like they cared. It was just like any other bathroom.;And that first day, with the hair extensions? A few people gave her some weird looks. One guy asked if she was ;punking them.;But overall, she says, ;it was a very a good day.;The backlash in Michigan As more transgender students come out, more schools are going to have to figure out their responses.The State Board of Educations optional guidelines for schools were supposed to help them do that.But the backlash—from Republican lawmakers, from worried, upset parents—its been fierce.And its the kind of backlash that makes you wonder if its going to be harder for trans kids to come out.Which is actually why Kylie Clifton says she wanted to talk about all this so publicly.She says she wants other trans kids to know that, sometimes, if you come out—its OK.;I think I could just, um, potentially help someone else,; she says at her kitchen table, looking down at her hands. ;I dont have a problem talking about it. I mean, some people dont like talking about it. But, its the truth.;Meanwhile, the state school board is still taking public comment on those LGBT school guidelines through May 11.201605/441436Running shoes are carefully designed to cushion your feet and provide arch support and padding and all that stuff.凭借科学严谨的设计跑鞋能够缓冲脚部压力而且为足弓,鞋衬及衬垫提供撑。Run without shoes and youll tear up your foot on rocks and pebbles.如果在岩石及鹅卵石上光脚跑步,你的脚会被磨破。But studies have shown that running shoes can do more harm than good.但是最近研究表明跑鞋带来的危害大于益处。When you run wearing shoes, you tend to land on your heels.当你穿鞋子跑步时,你倾向于脚后跟着地。Somehow, thats what most running shoes make us do.某种程度上,大多数跑鞋都会使我们这样着地。But run barefoot, and youll naturally land on the balls of your feet.但是光脚跑步会使你自然而然用前脚掌着地。Striking the ground this way is less forceful than landing on your heel.这样着地远比用脚后跟着地带来的冲力小。So its likely that running barefoot may reduce injuries to the knee and lower back.因此光脚跑步可能会减少膝盖和背部下部受到的伤害。201503/362708老河口市第一医院贵吗

保康人民医院地址襄阳妇幼保健院中医院好不好Were back with Dierks Bentley欢迎回来 这里是Dierks BentleyYou look fantastic and congratulations on the CD,its NO.1,Its doing very well你看起来棒极了 恭喜你又发了一张新专辑 现在在榜单上排到第一位了Congratulations on that.Thank you,thank you.恭喜 恭喜 谢谢Tell everybody when you were writing this,when you were working on the CD,what were you thinking about 告诉大家 当你在创作这张专辑的时候 你的创作灵感是什么Well,sure the song Home is a customary country that I was called home当然这首歌是写一个被我称作家的地方For me Home is obviously my girls Catherine Albin Jordan,but对于我来说 家当然指的是我的几个丫头们 Catherine Albin JordanSort of the road has been home for the last 10 years,met great people on the road,no matter what town we are in great fans good friends某种意义上 这十年来走过的这条路也是我的家 在这期间 我遇见了无数伟大的人 无论在哪儿都有热情的粉丝 好朋友I think about the country in general,this is the place we all call home甚至连整个国家 都可以被称为家 这是我们共同的家People have their individual states,hometowns and teams虽然我们来自不同的州 有不同的故乡 团队but you think of the guys in the military when theyre flying on a plane seeing the eastern seaboard for the first time但是想想那些当兵的人呢 当他们驾驶着飞机 刚刚看到东海岸线Like,thats home.the whole country,not just a particular state.I think that counts a lot他们会觉得那就是家 整个美国 而不是特别的哪个州 我觉得这很有意义Its a kind of combination of things,and certainly country music has been home for last five years我想这包含许多东西 当然 乡村音乐这么多年一直是我的家Well,I know its important to you,the military families and its important to us我明白这个对你很重要 我是说军人军属啊 有些事对我们来说也很重要Supporting all of the families and all the sacrifices that are made持这些军人家庭啊 还有感激他们所付出的一切And we get thousands of E-mails every week,and I wanted to share this one E-mail that I received每周我们节目组都会收到许多邮件 我想给大家读读这一封 /201609/464302襄阳保康人民医院网上预约Oh,have a seat,thank you for being here and back at you all the energy请坐啊 非常感谢你们能来这里 所有的热情我悉数奉还I sent it right smack back at you,thanks排山倒海送还热情于你们 谢谢are you in good mood,me too,me too你们心情好吗 我心情也很好呐We are still in our first week of our new season and its exactly as I planned it现在仍是新一季艾伦秀的首周 和我计划的完全一致Its going perfectly.So far Ashton Kutcher has flashed me and my house got struck by lightning进展得非常好 目前为止只有Ashton Kutcher亮瞎了我的眼 还有我的房子不幸被闪电击到It could only go up from here,so what we start this week但只要在这儿 一切都会变得更好 这周开始我们做些什么呢This is exciting,here is what I want to talk about today今天在这里我要说的事情 让我无比激动A few weeks ago,It was announced that Chaz Bono is going to be on the new season of Dancing with the Stars,have you heard几个星期前 有人宣称Chaz Bono 将会参加新一季的《与星共舞》节目 你们听说了吗Actually Im sure you heard,because its everywhere,its all over the news事实上 我相信你们也听说了 因为到处都是这则消息 满天飞Literally everyone is talking about it,here are just a few examples真的是每个人都在谈论 这里有一些例子Apparently,a lot of people upset about Chaz Bono, Chaz Bono...Chaz dancing,Chaz used to be Chastity很明显 有好多人都在谈论Chaz Bono Chaz Bono...Chaz过去可是ChastityThats right.these clips are just from the last seven minutes that I pulled说的没错 我整的这些片段 只是剪自于最后的七分钟而已So I mean theres been all this controversy about Chaz Bono我看到有许多的争论围绕着Chaz Bonoand here is what I have to say,really,really.I mean theres a lot of stuff goint on in the world right now有些话我不得不说 真的吗 真要这样吗 就现在 世界上有很多事情正在发生Is this the most important thing that we should be talking about,I mean,really这就是我们要探讨的最重要的事情吗 真要这样吗 /201610/473003谷城县妇幼保健中医院地址

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