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集美区激光脱毛哪里好厦门割眼袋最好的医生Oprah: We are talking with Dr. Robin Smith and women who have been conned by the men they fell in love with. And you just said it, you attract this narcissist, because you have a..Guest: I think I can be considered a dependent person at times. Oprah: A dependent person now? Guest: Yeah. And you know when, after this happened I asked myself what the lesson was. And the first lesson I think is, you need to learn that you can do everything that you wanna do by yourself. You don't need someone else to give that to you. And I kept saying but I don't wanna do it by myself. You know, and as the months went by, I started realizing that I am a strong person, and I am a good person, and I will be Ok without him.Oprah: You don't wanna... But see now, that's so interesting. Dr. Robin: It is. That is powerful.Oprah: That's so interesting. I think that is really...That's growth for you.Guest: Yeah.Oprah: That is growth for you. I am glad I didn't have that Cinderella thing. Guest: You didn't. No?Oprah: No. I might have had something else, but I didn't, I didn't have that. This is so funny 'cuz the other day I had this great pocket book that I just bought 'n' Stedman was looking at it. And I was saying gee that pocket book cost... He was saying how much does this thing cost. It cost a lot of money which I am not going to say what it cost but...er, and so Stedman said, "I can't believe you spent that much money on a pocket book. And I said: "and aren't you glad I didn't have to ask you for it?"(audience laughing and applauding)Oprah: You know what I'm saying? Yeah!Oprah: And, and he said, "And aren't you glad cause I would have said 'no'." Let's stop talking about that pocket book. But you know, I..I was...I realize this too in this conversation. I realize that in all my relationships I have always, you know, been the kind of woman who, even though I was like waiting on him to call, you know, who took care of myself and the very idea like of asking,' Could I have money to buy something' would make me sick. Guest: Say I know I can do stuff by myself but I, you know, at the time. I've grown since, but I would almost prefer to have somebody...Oprah: You would?Guest: I would've. YeahOprah: To take care of you?Guest: I am learning not to be in that position, but...Dr. Robin: But it makes so much sense because again that is one fantasy (yeah) that many women are raised with which is that somebody else will take care of us.Oprah: How many people wouldn't have that and want it? OK. Now they are not gonna say it. Dr. Robin: Ooh, no, no, no...Oprah: No, really, but how many of you want...you...Woman in the audience: First of all, if anything were to happen, I wanna have what I have. Oprah: Me too.I don't want anybody coming back and taking it away from me or holding it over my head. So I've always been the opposite. I mean, I am ... I am generally hard on a man. You're gonna have to live up to my standard to make me happy.(audience laughing) You know. But...(applause) ( Have mercy!) I would like to ask a question especially of the doctor and Oprah. "How do ...because I have so many friends who are desperate for relationships, desperate to get married, desperate for a man, um, how do I help them understand they need to give up the dream?Oprah: You know, I think that is a great question and a whole damn show.Hah...(inaudible) Part of the issue is though a lot of your, those friends you are talking about are empty. And so they may have full lives, they could be professionals, they could be good moms, but if they are raised to still feel like the only way I have value is if a man...Oprah: But you were saying earlier in the show about being alone means that I am not really complete. Dr. Robin: Yes, and, do you know what, I had someone say to me, more than one person, but one person-an incredibly accomplished woman, say to me that she would rather be divorced than to be single, because at least being divorced meant somebody chose me.Oprah: Are your friends, do your friends, and I am sure you have friends who are..what..working in, have really full lives.Woman in the audience:Exactly, you know what is really interesting.. Oprah: A busy life does not mean you have a full one though.Woman: I have a relationship with a man at work who's, who's a best friend. And he's had relationships with at least twenty some women in the company. Sometimes if there are twelve people in the department, he's probably had a relationship with 10 women in that same department. They all seem to be, you know, they don't know, they all seem to think they are the number one and the only one in his life. And he is just...has this cycling path.Oprah: until they hear you on the show telling them..(audience laughing)Oprah: Do you have this issue? Do...Are man... do you find that man are intimidated by you? Are you in a current relationship? Woman: Yeah.. definitely.. As a matter of fact, people wonder how my husband is married to me. My husband is wonderful. And they...He is such a different person than I am. They wonder how can you tolerate her. You know. Not that I'm that difficult, but I do have certain standards and it's primarily because my mother was always so nice that I saw people take advantage of my mother. So, you know. I remember literally the day when I stood in her doorway watching her and I said when I grow up no one is ever going to treat me like that.Oprah: I had the same thing because I grew up with my mother and my cousin Alice here who raised me..(introducing her cousin)my cousin Alice. And...(applause) Interestingly enough though.. My, my cousin Alice who will cry at the drop of a hat, but I would say this they did the best that they could. But my mother and my cousin Alice, I remember my cousin, we were very poor. And my cousin Alice was dating this guy. We didn't have any food. And she was going with, don't start crying Alice, it's ok. Look at her, She's gonna start crying now. Dating this guy and we didn't have any food. And I was like why are you with this guy and she says because baby, I'm gonna cry, he can get us groceries. And so I said "I will not be the kind of woman that has to grow up and date a man who...because I need groceries.Yeah..And so, in that way my cousin Alice and my mother were role models for me... because I will never wanna to be dependent on a man for groceries or a pocket book. Hah....What you mean... 200809/47650厦门市中心医院做去疤手术多少钱 US Olympic Swim Team Hopes Beijing Performance Will Top Athens Success美国游泳队力争北京奥运更显辉煌U.S. swimmers had great success at the Athens Olympics four years ago. But they did even better at last year's World Championships in Melbourne, so there are high hopes for a big medal haul in Beijing. 美国游泳选手4年前在雅典奥运会上取得了傲人的成绩。而在去年墨尔本的世界游泳锦标赛上,他们的成绩更上了一层楼。人们期望美国游泳运动员在北京奥运上获得更多的奖章。Swimmers won 28 medals, or 22 percent of the U.S. Olympic Team's total in Athens. Twelve of them were gold, nine silver and seven bronze. At the 2007 World Championships Americans had their best performance ever, amassing 36 medals, with 20 of them gold. They also set 12 world records. 美国游泳运动员在雅典奥运会上总共赢得28面奖牌,是美国运动队在雅典奥运会上所赢得奖牌总数的22% ,其中有12枚金牌、9枚银牌、7枚铜牌。在2007年的墨尔本世界游泳锦标赛上,美国游泳运动员共获36枚奖牌,其中有20枚金牌,这是他们有史来最好的成绩。他们还刷新了12项世界纪录。Five of those records came from superstar Michael Phelps, who won seven gold medals in Melbourne. In Beijing he will have a chance to break the single Olympics record of seven golds set by compatriot Mark Spitz back in 1972 in Munich. 超级巨星迈克尔.菲尔普斯一人就在墨尔本世锦赛上打破了5项世界纪录,赢得了7枚金牌。这次在北京他将有机会打破另一项奥运纪录,那就是美国游泳运动员马克.施皮茨1972年在慕尼黑创造的纪录--一人独得7枚金牌。 But he told reporters here, that's not his focus. 不过,菲尔普斯在北京对记者说,这不是他的重点。"You guys are the ones who are talking all about it. I'm not saying anything," Phelps said. "You know I'm just going through what I have to do, you know preparing myself the best way I can to compete as fast as I can. And that's my goal and that's what I'm going to stick with. I haven't said anything about breaking any record, or going after any record. I'm just going to go out there and try to do something that I want to do." 他说:“是你们这些家伙在大谈特谈(打破7枚金牌的纪录),我可什么也没说。你知道,我只是完成我要做的事情,那就是充分让自己做好准备以最快的速度竞争。这就是我的目标,这就是我所要坚持的。”Phelps added that only he and his coach know what his goals are at these Olympics. 菲尔普斯补充说,只有他和他的教练知道他在奥运会上的目标。The U.S. woman swimmer getting the most attention is Dara Torres. And for good reason. At 41 years old, she is the oldest ever to make a U.S. swim team, and the only one ever to make five Olympic teams. 在美国女子游泳选手中,最值得关注的是41岁的达拉.托雷斯,她有充分的理由受到关注,她是美国有史以来入选美国奥运游泳队的年龄最大的成员,同时也是唯一参加过五届奥运会的“五朝元老”。"I am just looking forward to standing up and competing," Torres said. "I have at least one relay [race] and the 50-meter freestyle. I just want to go out there for those 40-something-year-olds and show that age is just a number and go out there and have fun." 她说:“我只是期待著起来去参加竞争,我至少参加一项接力比赛,还要参加50米自由泳比赛。我想跳进游泳池中,向那些40多岁有孩子的妇女展示,年龄仅仅是一个数字而已,你可以去那里并享受其中的乐趣 。” The schedule for the swimmers at these Olympics will be different than any other. Normally they swim preliminaries in the morning and finals in the evening. In Beijing, preliminaries will be in the evening and finals will be in the morning. That's because U.S. television network N, which paid the biggest rights fee to broadcast the games, wanted to have the finals live in prime evening viewing hours in the ed States, and the request was granted. 这次北京奥运的游泳比赛日程安排和以前的奥运会有所不同。通常游泳运动员上午参加预赛,晚上参加决赛。而在北京奥运会上,预赛将在晚间举行,而总决赛将在上午举行。这是因为美国全国广播公司(N)的电视网为比赛转播权付了巨额费用,因此希望决赛能够在美国晚间黄金时段现场直播。美国全国广播公司的要求获得了满足。Michael Phelps said it should not make a difference. "It's the Olympic Games. You have to be y to swim no matter what - morning, night, midday, midnight," he said. "It doesn't matter. All that aside, you have to be y to swim no matter what. You're representing your country and that's an honor. It doesn't matter for me. I'll be y to swim whenever I have to."On Saturday, the day after the Opening Ceremonies, Olympic swimmers will begin nine consecutive days of competition. The first medals will be awarded Sunday. 星期六,在北京奥运会举行开幕式的第二天,游泳选手将开始进行连续9天的比赛。 第一面游泳项目的奖牌将于星期天颁发。200808/45639探索世界奥秘之Supermassive Black Holes(超大质量黑洞) 02But we are just one in 125 billion galaxies of different shapes and sizes spinning through space. Yet scientists haven't been able to explain how a single one of these galaxies was created. Galaxy formation is a very complicated process, we think, it involves gravity and it involves large balls of gas colliding, it involves the dynamics of stars and it involves the chemistry of the gas coming together. All we know is that when the universe was young, there were no stars or planets, just great swirling clouds of hydrogen gas. The mystery is how each of these clouds turned into the complex galaxies of stars we see today. We just don't know how they do it, how galaxies formed out of the, the ionized hot gas that('s) filled the universe is still physics that we do not really understand yet. Exactly how galaxies were created has troubled the world's leading astronomers and physicists for decades. But in March 2000, scientists found evidence for an extraordinary answer. The Nuker team is a group of world respected astronomers, but they are not galaxy experts. They are experts in the most violent and destructive forces known to science---supermassive black holes. Until recently, supermassive black holes were mere theory. These are giant black holes of apocalyptic proportion. Supermassive black holes are a million to a billion times the mass of, of a, of a typical black hole. They could fill a whole solar system.ionization: Process by which electrically neutral atoms or molecules are converted to electrically charged atoms or molecules (ions) by the removal or addition of negatively charged electrons.The Nuker Team was organized in 1985 to use Hubble Space Telescope high-resolution imaging and spectroscopy to investigate the central structure and dynamics of normal galaxies200807/45143厦门除皱针安全吗

厦门市妇幼保健院是大医院还是小医院?"We advanced in silence, saving our battle cries to the last. When the enemy came within reach, my archers released a storm of arrows, and my cavalry attacked without mercy."According to the Secret History(蒙古秘史), each tactic was meticulously planned and ingenious. Temujin(铁木真) held squadrons and weapons in reserve. Then with the enemy in disarray, they regrouped and charged. One of Temujin's cavalry squadrons suddenly fled the battlefield. Jemuqa's(扎木和) men chased them down. But they were being lured into a trap. In the heart of the battle, Jemuqa saw his army destroyed and he ran. squadron: any of a variety of military units containing both personnel and vehiclesmeticulously: very carefully and precisely200809/49719厦门双眼皮整形医院排行 探索世界奥秘之Life Story(生命物语) 11But what's even more amazing to me is that although we've changed so little in so many thousands of years, each of us changes so much in just one lifetime. We tend to think of growing up as just getting older and bigger. But actually as we make our way through life, our bodies change much more significantly than we realize. In fact, we change just as dramatically as a caterpillar. A caterpillar is an eating machine and that's just what it needs to be to stockpile the energy it will need to reproduce. Yet, to meet a suitable mate, it may have to travel many miles and it's hardly equipped for that. But evolution has provided the caterpillar with a solution. One creature is recycled into another. A new challenge has been met with a new answer. Our bodies too face different challenges in life. And we are reworked to cope with each of them. From the moment we are born, we are changing and adapting to life's demands. And every change we make follows a plan drawn up for us by the millions of generations that have gone before. In this series, I'm going to show you the stunning science of these changes throughout life. How our brain cells are wired up when we are children? How hormones transform us at puberty? What changes happen inside our bodies? How our muscles become stronger? How our brains mature as adults? And how our bodies continue to alter throughout our lives.words and expressionsstockpile:To accumulate and maintain a supply of for future use.积攒或保存…以供日后所需puberty:The stage of adolescence in which an individual becomes physiologically capable of sexual reproduction.青春期200707/16011厦门去眼袋黑眼圈多少钱

福建省厦门第一人民医院光子嫩肤手术多少钱18第十八单元Conversation 1会话 1A:What can I do for you,Mr. Backer?A:贝克先生,有什么我能为您做的吗?B:Miss Yang, I will dictate some letters to you this morning.Please make preparations for taking dictations.B:杨,今天上午我要口述几封信,请做好准备记录口述。A:Yes. Would you want me to take them in shorthand or record them on a cassette tape?A:好的。您看是用速记的方式记录,还是用录音带记录B::Youre good at shorthand. Take them in shorthand.B:你擅长速记,就用速记吧。A:All right, I am y to take dictations now.A:好的。我已准备好做笔录了。B:Youre surely a good secretary.B:你真是一位好秘书。A:Oh. Thanks your flatter. Lets begin now?A:多谢夸奖。我们可以开始了吗?B:OK.B:好的。Conversation 2会话 2A:Miss Zhang,I have an important letter which I need you to prepare for me. Could you do it now?A:张,我有一封重要的信要你替我准备。你现在有空吗?B:Sure. Would you like it typed or handwritten?B:有空。你是要打的还是要手写的?A:It is a business letter,so please type it on the company stationery.A:这是一封商业书信,因此请将它打在公司的信笺上。B:Please give me the materials about the letter.B:请把这封信的相关资料给我。A:Here you are.A:给你。B:I will finish it as soon as possible. Shall I sign this letter in your name?B:我会尽快完成它。我要不要在这封信上签上您的名字?A:No,you neednt. Give it to me after you finish typing it.A:不,不用。打完后你把它给我好了。 /201605/443273 Chaos in Somalia Leads to Tragedy in Gulf of Aden联合国:亚丁湾人口偷渡最近增加 UNHCR reports at least 52 Somalis died when the boat smuggling them across the Gulf of Aden to Yemen broke down, leaving them adrift with no food or water for 18 days. The UNHCR says this latest tragedy coincides with a recent upsurge in people smuggling across the Gulf of Aden. 联合国难民署报告说,一艘偷渡船在穿越亚丁海前往也门时抛锚,船上人员漂流了18天没有水喝也没有进食,至少52名索马里人丧生。联合国难民事务高级专员公署说,在这起惨剧发生的同时,穿越亚丁湾的人口偷渡最近有所增加。According to the U.N. refugee agency, survivors say the boat left Marera on the Somali coast with at least 124 passengers on September 3 and the engine stopped several hours into the voyage. 联合国难民署说,幸存者说这艘船9月3号载著124人从索马里的马里拉海港出发。开出来几个小时之后引擎就熄火了。The survivors report knife-wielding smugglers told passengers they would travel to the Somali city of Bossaso in a smaller boat to re-charge a battery and then return. UNHCR spokesman, Ron Redmond, says the smugglers abandoned them.  幸存者说,挥舞刀具的蛇头对船上的人说,他们要乘坐小一点的船到索马里城市沙索充电,然后回来。联合国难民署发言人雷德蒙德说,这些蛇头丢下这些人跑了。"And, the passengers were left to drift for 18 days without food or water. During the voyage, 38 men and 10 women died. The survivors said their bodies were thrown overboard in the Gulf of Aden," Redmond added. "When they finally did reach the coast, three of the survivors jumped into the water off shore to swim to the beach to alert authorities that the boat was out there. One of those who jumped overboard did not make it, is missing and feared drowned."  雷德蒙德说:“船上这些人被留在船上,漂流了18天,没有吃的也没有水。38名男子和10名妇女死在途中。幸存者说,他们的尸体从船上扔到亚丁湾里。他们最后到岸边时,三名幸存者跳到水中并游上岸,向有关当局发出信号,说船在那边。其中跳入水中的一个人没有游上岸失踪,估计已经淹死了。”The UNHCR reports a sharp increase in the number of people being smuggled across the Gulf of Aden. It says more than 31,000 have arrived in Yemen so far this year.  联合国难民署报告说,穿越亚丁海偷渡的人数急剧增加,到今年目前为止,已经有3千1百多人偷渡到也门。That includes more than 21,000 Somalis and nearly 10,000 Ethiopians. The UNHCR says around 230 people have died while making the perilous voyage and more than 260 are missing. 其中包括2万1千名索马里人和大约1万名埃塞俄比亚人。联合国难民署说,大约230人在危险的偷渡途中丧生,260多人失踪。Redmond tells VOA the brutality of the smugglers is well known as are the dangers of voyaging on rickety, overcrowded vessels. Nevertheless, he says the situation in the Horn of Africa, particularly in Somalia, is so bad they are willing to risk their lives to escape. 雷德蒙德对美国之音说,人们知道蛇头很残酷,乘坐摇晃和过于拥挤的船只有危险。但是,他说,“非洲之角”特别是索马里的局势恶劣,所以这些人愿意冒著生命危险逃离。"A lot of the Somalis who reach Yemen tell us that they have nothing left to lose," he said. "That they see no hope for the future, that the conflict in Somalia has gone on for so long that they see no future for themselves and they see no future for their children. So, they take this enormous risk and many of them have died. Hundreds and hundreds have died and many hundreds are also missing."  雷德蒙德说:“许多偷渡到也门的索马里人告诉我们说,他们没有留下任何可以失去的东西。他们看不到未来的希望,索马里的冲突进行了这么久,他们看不到自己的希望,更看不到孩子的希望。所以,他们冒著这么巨大的风险,而且许多也丧了命。好几百人死了,好几百人还失踪了。”Redmond admits there is a limit to what the international community can do to stop this deadly traffic. Until there is a political solution to the nearly two-decade-old conflict in Somalia, he says these tragedies will continue. 雷德蒙德承认国际社会要阻止这种致命的偷渡活动所能作的很有限。他说,除非政治解决索马里这场大约20年的冲突,否则这些惨剧还将继续下去。200810/51273厦门哪里丰胸好厦门冷冻除痣的医院

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