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东阳市妇幼保健医院做双眼皮开眼角多少钱义乌市立医院双眼皮多少钱Thailand is set to have its first female prime minister in Yingluck Shinawatra, younger sister of ousted former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. Her victory as leader of the opposition Pheu Thai party has raised hopes that women can play a larger role in the country’s male-dominated politics. But many question if she can emerge from her brother’s shadow, let alone challenge Thai society’s cultural and social barriers for women.泰国第一位女总理英拉.西那瓦很快就要就职了。英拉.西那瓦是被推翻的前总理他信.西那瓦的。她作为反对党为泰党的领袖所取得的胜利使人们更有希望看到泰国女性在男性占主导地位的泰国政坛将发挥更大的作用。但也有些人怀疑她能否走出哥哥的阴影,更不用说跨越泰国社会给女性造成的文化与社会障碍了。Yingluck Shinawatra emerged victorious in one of the most high-stakes elections in Thailand’s recent history.英拉.西那瓦在泰国近期历史上关系最为重大的一次选举中当选获胜。Her Pheu Thai party won a comfortable majority in a rebuke to Thailand’s traditional elite, who backed the ruling Democrat party of Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva.她的为泰党在对传统精英构成严重教训的一场选举中轻松赢得多数议席,那些传统精英持执政的民主党籍的总理阿披实。The 44-year-old businesswoman is now preparing to hold her first political office as Thailand’s first female prime minister.这位44岁的女商人现在正准备以泰国第一位女总理的身份步入政坛。She says Thailand, after years of political turmoil and sporadic street violence, can benefit from having a woman in charge.她说,在多年的政治动乱和零星的街头暴力之后,泰国可以从一位女性掌权获益。"I think I can use as the female to talk with everyone to make the country… move forward by the peaceful strategy," she said.英拉说:“我认为,我可以利用自己的女性身份和大家谈话,使国家以和平的方式向前进。”201107/143701浦江县中医医院祛眼袋多少钱 Corporate culture企业文化The view from the top, and bottom老板与员工的意见分歧Bosses think their firms are caring. Their minions disagree.老板们认为公司对员工关怀备至,但其下属却不以为然。Sep 24th 2011 | NEW YORK | from the print edition AS WALMART grew into the world’s largest retailer, its staff were subjected to a long list of dos and don’ts covering every aspect of their work. Now the firm has decided that its rules-based culture is too inflexible to cope with the challenges of globalisation and technological change, and is trying to instil a “values-based” culture, in which employees can be trusted to do the right thing because they know what the firm stands for.随着沃尔玛发展成为全球最大零售商,其员工在工作的各方各面都受到了一大堆规则的限制。如今,沃尔玛已经认识到其以规则为基础的公司文化过于死板,无法应对全球化和科技变革所带来的挑战。所以,沃尔玛正尝试逐渐培养一种以价值观为基础的公司文化,在这种文化中,员工了解公司的主张,所以能够得到公司的信任,去做他们认为正确的事情。“Values” is the latest hot topic in management thinking. PepsiCo has started preaching a creed of “performance with purpose”. Chevron, an oil firm, brands itself as a purveyor of “human energy”, though presumably it does not really want you to travel by rickshaw. Nearly every big firm claims to be building a more caring and ethical culture.“价值观念”是管理学思维最新的热门话题。百事可乐公司已开始宣扬一个信条:“目的性绩效”。石油公司雪佛龙在自己的商标上印上“‘人类体能’的供应商”的字样,尽管它大概并非真的希望你用人力车代步。几乎每一家大型企业都宣称自身正在发展更为关怀体贴、合乎道德的企业文化。A new study suggests there is less to this than it says on the label. Commissioned by Dov Seidman, boss of LRN, a firm that advises on corporate culture, and author of “How”, a book arguing that the way firms do business matters as much as what they do, and conducted by the Boston Research Group, the “National Governance, Culture and Leadership Assessment” is based on a survey of thousands of American employees, from every rung of the corporate ladder.一项新的研究显示,实际情况与商家们所标榜的有差距。LRN(一家企业文化顾问公司)的老板、同时也是《怎么做到的?》(本书主张企业的经营方式与其经营的业务同样重要)的作者多弗#8226;塞德曼委托波士顿研究集团进行这项“国家治理、文化和领导能力评估”的研究,该研究是以对来自公司各个级别的数千位美国雇员的调查为基础的。201109/155668Top Iranian leaders and officials say they have no intention of conducting negotiations with the ed States. Meanwhile, a strike by merchants appears to be continuing in several Iranian cities.Although top Iranian leaders say they will not negotiate with the ed States, that did not prevent foreign visits with Western officials by Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani and Foreign Minister Manouchehr Muttaqi. Larijani met with Western parliamentary leaders in Geneva, while Muttaqi addressed an international conference on Afghanistan in Kabul.In Tehran, Iran's Deputy Parliament Speaker said the ed States "humiliated and opposed the Islamic Republic," precluding any "reason for negotiation."Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast presented a similar line of reasoning at his weekly press briefing. Mehmanparast says Washington's pursuit of economic sanctions against Iran, in addition to what he claims is U.S. maltreatment of Iranians, mean there is no real reason to negotiate. As Iranian media continued to focus on international issues, the economic crisis inside the country appeared to worsen, according to many analysts.Iranian television showed officials inaugurating new electricity plants and saying more gasoline is available, contrary to scattered reports from inside the country that gas stations are running low on fuel and that electricity brownouts are causing major disruptions.Former Iranian President Abolhassan Bani Sadr, who lives in exile in France, says an intermittent general strike in Tehran's bazaar reportedly began about 10 days ago. He says the strike began in response to a new 70-percent tax on merchants by the government, and the strike has continued despite major government concessions.Bani Sadr says the strike is continuing because the country's economic crisis has been exacerbated by the government's bad policies. The former president says that merchants see a bleak economic future for Iran because of rising prices, lack of investment, lower oil revenues and the elimination of price controls. All of this, he says, also has been compounded by new economic sanctions imposed by the ed Nations and the U.S.Analyst Houchang Hassan-Yari of Canada's Royal Military College says Iran's economic situation is compounded by a growing religious opposition to the government. Pious bazaris, he says, are angry that religious figures they admire are being insulted and marginalized by the government."Through the association that the bazaris have with different religious leaders, they see clearly that those leaders are maltreated by the Islamic Republic, and the Islamic Republic is taking distance from the original ideas of the [1979 Islamic] Revolution, and the kind of society that it promised to create," said Hassan-Yari.Iran's merchants were an important part of the opposition movement that swept Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi from power in 1979. Abolhassan Bani Sadr, who was Iran's first president after the Islamic Revolution, says the power of the bazaar has diminished since that time, but that that it still carries considerable weight.尽管伊朗高层领导人表示不会与美国谈判,但是他们并没有阻止议长拉里贾尼和外长穆塔基与西方官员在国外进行接触。拉里贾尼在日内瓦与西方国家议会领导人会晤,穆塔基则在喀布尔举行的阿富汗问题国际会议上发表讲话。 伊朗副议长在德黑兰表示,美国“羞辱并反对伊斯兰共和国”,从而排除了“任何进行谈判的理由”。 伊朗外交部发言人迈赫曼帕拉斯特在每周例行的媒体吹风会上发表了相同的讲话。 他说,华盛顿对伊朗进行经济制裁,以及美国对伊朗人采取粗暴态度,意味着没有切实理由来开展对话。 许多分析人士说,伊朗媒体继续将焦点对准国际事务的同时,伊朗国内的经济危机似乎正在恶化。 伊朗电视台显示,官员们为新发电厂举行落成典礼,说目前有更多的汽油供应。这和来自伊朗国内的零星报导完全相反,那些报导称,加油站的汽油不够,而电力不足造成了严重混乱。 流亡法国的伊朗前总统萨德尔说,据报导,大约10天前,德黑兰市场开始了断断续续的罢工。他说,这次罢工是回应伊朗政府征收70%商品税的新政策。尽管政府做出了重大让步,罢工仍在持续。 他说,罢工仍在继续,因为政府糟糕的政策使伊朗的经济危机更加恶化。萨德尔说,由于物价上涨、投资缺乏、原油收入下降,以及取消价格控制,商人们认为伊朗的经济前景黯淡。萨德尔指出,除了所有这一切,现在又加上了联合国和美国对伊朗施加的新经济制裁。 加拿大皇家军事学院分析人士哈桑认为,宗教界日益增长的反政府情绪也影响着伊朗的经济形势。他说,虔诚的商人对他们崇敬的宗教人物被政府侮辱和边缘化感到愤怒。 他说:“通过结交不同的宗教领袖,伊朗商人清楚地看到,伊斯兰共和国没有善待宗教领袖,伊斯兰共和国正在背离1979年伊斯兰革命的初衷,背离它承诺要创造的社会。” 伊朗商人是1979年将巴列维赶下台的反对派运动的重要组成部分。萨德尔是伊斯兰革命后伊朗的第一任总统,他说,市场的影响力自伊斯兰革命以来已经减弱,但仍然有相当的份量。201007/109703义乌自体脂肪丰脸颊

诸暨人民医院祛除腋臭多少钱Floating free in the hostile vacuum of space, astronauts push the boundaries of exploration. Join them on an incredible journey as spacecraft Voyager explores the solar system.From planetary orbit, the earth and heavens look serene. But the vacuum of space is a hostile environment, lacking oxygen and permeated by radiation. Since the advent of manned space flight in the 1960s, humankind has been exploring this inhospitable realm from the relative safety of spacecraft. But occasional extravehicular activities have led astronauts to leave these confines and explore the unknown. In order for astronauts to survive in space, spacesuits provide a self-contained environment. Their tough material, along with heating and cooling elements, protect astronauts from extreme temperatures, ranging from around 250 degrees Fahrenheit to minus 250 degrees. The suits are pressurized with pure oxygen, allowing astronauts to breathe and keep their blood from boiling in the vacuum of space. The first venture outside the spacecraft was made by Soviet cosmonaut Alexey Leonov in 1965, lasting only 12 minutes. This feat was duplicated a few months later by American astronaut Edward White during the Gemini 4 mission. Although these excursions were meant to test the feasibility of humans to exist outside the spacecrafts, spacewalks have become a relatively common part of missions in the space shuttle era. On spacewalks, astronauts have performed vital tasks that could not be accomplished from inside the shuttle. They've been able to recover lost satellites, restoring them to their proper orbit. They have serviced orbiting bodies, like replacing the solar panels on the Hubble Space Telescope. And they have become the construction crew for the International Space Station. Conducting spacewalks is dangerous, and astronauts work in pairs, tethered to the spacecraft for safety. Walking in these spacesuits is not as easy as it seems. The thick pressurized gloves make grasping tools difficult, while the weightlessness of space creates its own issues. To ensure spacewalk missions are successful, astronauts practise their planned excursions at NASA’s Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory. Immersed in a tank of water, the astronauts neither sink nor float, creating a sensation close to weightlessness. For every hour a task is scheduled on a mission, up to 10 hours is spent practising underwater. As NASA moves forward on the maintenance and construction of the International Space Station, spacewalks will continue to be vital to the process.permeate: v.if liquid, gas etc permeates something, it enters it and sps through every part of itthe advent of sth:the time when something first begins to be widely usedextravehicular activity: n.Abbr. EVAActivity or maneuvers performed by an astronaut outside a spacecraft in space.duplicate: repeat tether: v.fasten (an animal) within a limited area200810/54022义乌芙洛拉整形打瘦腿针多少钱 Christmas Retailers Optimistic With less than eight weeks to go until Christmas, retailers are expected to play on the festive theme to lure customers into their stores. In the current economic climate will shoppers be willing to part with their cash? Sky's Amanda Walker reports. It's that time again. Having just scraped in November, aly we are confronted with lights, decorations and all things festive. But in the retail industry, Christmas is something that's definitely worth preparing for. Stores know it's their most important time of the year. What they don't know is how generous customers are going to be with their cash. Last year, December retail sales figures fell by 0.4% and that was without a looming recession. But in Selfridges in London, they are being optimistic. I think people are definitely uh, a little bit more cautious about what they are spending their money on. But the challenges to us to worth that a little bit harder and to make sure that their Christmas shopping experience is easy and enjoyable. Yes. I'm gonna spend this No matter what happens, you know, you have to buy something Cheaper presents, surely, and try to drink less champagne I might eat a little bit less, but apart from that, no, we should still enjoy Christmas In Leeds, more optimism. This jeweler is aly dealing with festive-minded shoppers. I keep hearing doom and gloom on the news and I'm thinking, oh, not gonna happen. But aly we are finding people love Christmas shopping . It's in their minds. We've found people putting deposit something. It's really building in this Christmas, we are expecting to be really quite good. What's certain this year is that high streets and shopping centers won't be holding back when it comes to decorations and festive music. They know that they play a crucial part in getting people to spend their money. The question is would it be enough. Amanda Walker, SKYNEWS, Kingston in Surrey.200812/58074义乌妇幼保健院双眼皮多少钱

义乌假体丰胸It's been protected from human impact since 1909. With three million acres, nearly a half million under water, Superior National Forest is largely unspoiled. But now the survival of this national treasure rest with those who would see some of it burned. When a massive windstorm flattened nearly a half million acres of trees in July of 1999, the Forest Service knew a major wildfire was inevitable. They refer to this area simply as ‘the blowdown’, over 700 square miles of kindling just waiting for a spark. "Yeah, we are kind of wondering why that hasn't happened, um, when it's twice as dry, twice as warm and windy and there is lightning out there. But, er, so far we just haven't had lightning in a good patch of timber to burn." On this day," just to let you know the Magnetic Rock burn is a goal." The Forest Service will strike the match. "The weather forecast for today is favorable". But not before checking that conditions are just right. "Pretty consistent, mainly southwest to leave at 14:50." Gusts of wind more than 15 miles per hour in the wrong direction could be disastrous. And if things go wrong, if the fire gets out of control, it would be burn boss Tim Norman who's responsible. "Yeah, Tim, we're y to launch the torch of fuel". It will come from above. The helicopter disappearing over this ridge will drop a flaming gel on the forest floor. The natural fuel there does the rest. For hours, wave after wave of air assaults rein fire from above. This is the time when all that planning to keep homeowners safe is put to the test. "Before the burn, during the burn and after the burn, we're trying to look at it as many angles as we can, we're trying (to) outguess what could possibly happen and conduct it safely." In the end, a plan with promise gave way to some disappointment. No safety problems, but the Forest Service had hoped to burn 1300 acres, shifting winds and problems with the flaming gel limited the burn to just 200. But that is still a significant amount of forest to burn. "How long will this area take to green up?" "Oh, it'll be green by next spring". This area now creates a much needed buffer between the blowdown and hundreds of homes and businesses on the edge of the wilderness .Burning the forest to keep a future wildfire in check. It's a huge job that's only just begun.1. Superior National Forest: n.Superior National Forest is a national forest of the ed States located in the Arrowhead Region of the state of Minnesota between the U.S.-Canadian border and the north shore of Lake Superior. The area is part of the greater Boundary Waters region along the border of Minnesota and the Canadian province of Ontario, a historic and important thoroughfare in the fur trading and exploring days of British North America. 2. kindling: n.Kindling is small pieces of dry wood and other materials that you use to start a fire. 3. gel: n.A colloid in which the disperse phase has combined with the dispersion medium to produce a semisolid material, such as a jelly. 4. in check: idiom.Restrained from moving or acting; under control.200811/54793 Data Show More Bad News for US Economy数据显示美国经济四季度或更糟  World markets were mixed Tuesday amid confirmation that the U.S. economy shrank in the third quarter of the year. The Bush administration says it believes fourth quarter numbers will be even worse. 世界股市星期二涨跌互现,与此同时,美国实其经济在今年第三季度出现收缩。布什政府说,今年第四季度的经济数据可能会更糟。The U.S. Commerce Department says the U.S. economy contracted at an annual rate of 0.5 percent between July and September, matching a previously-released initial estimate. Consumer spending and exports slumped, while corporate profits also declined. 美国商务部说,美国经济在今年7月到9月间比去年同期收缩了0.5%,这和政府之前发布的初步预估相同。消费者出和出口都大幅下降,公司利润也下跌。White House spokesman Tony Fratto says the third quarter gross domestic product figure was not unexpected, and that the current quarter is almost certain to prove even grimmer.  白宫发言人弗拉托说,第三季度的国内生产总值数字并不出人意料,而且几乎可以肯定,第四季度的经济数据会更糟。"The fourth quarter we know, because of the credit crisis and the financial market turmoil, will be significantly weaker," he said. "We see that aly in the monthly payroll data that has been reported. So it is a tough quarter. What we have been focused on is implementing the financial rescue package and the efforts of the Fed to restore growth, to free up credit so that the economy can get healthy again." 他说:“由于信贷危机和金融市场动荡,第四季度的经济会大幅减弱。我们已经在公布的月工资单数据中看到了这一趋势。因此这会是一个艰难的季度。我们工作的重点是实施金融救助计划和美联储为恢复经济发展所做的努力,放松信贷市场,这样,经济就能恢复健康运行。”The ed States is believed to have been in a recession since December of last year. During that time, U.S. unemployment has jumped a full percentage point. 据信,美国从去年12月开始就进入了经济衰退,在此期间,美国的失业率跳升了一个百分点。The economic slowdown has led business to slash prices in hopes of kindling demand for goods and services. But consumers are not celebrating, according to Diane Swonk, chief economist for U.S.-based Mesirow Financial.  经济放缓使商家大幅降低商品价格,希望这样能刺激消费者对商品和务的需求。不过,美国麦斯洛金融公司的首席经济学家斯旺克说,消费者并没有因此而欣喜若狂。"Life is getting cheaper, but unfortunately jobs are getting more scarce. Also, those people who are working are finding that they have less money in their coffers," she said. 斯旺克说:“生活的出越来越便宜了,可不幸的是,工作机会也越来越少。此外,那些有工作的人发现,他们手里的钱变少了。”Many economists point to America's moribund housing market as a major contributor to the economic downturn. The Commerce Department is reporting more bad news on that front, with new home sales dropping nearly three percent in November to the slowest pace recorded in 17 years. 许多经济学家说,疲软的美国房屋市场是造成经济下滑的主要原因。商务部报告说,房屋市场又出现了新的坏消息,11月的新房销售量下降了近3%。这是17年来房屋销售速度最慢的一个月。One bright spot for consumers is the continuing decline in fuel prices. Oil fell below a barrel Tuesday, extending a dramatic slide in prices since the commodity peaked at nearly 0 a barrel in July. 对消费者来说,一个好消息是油价在继续回落。星期二,原油价格跌破每桶38美元,延续了油价在今年7月创下每桶近150美元的最高纪录之后一直惊人下滑的趋势。"Even with OPEC having one of the biggest [oil] production cuts in history, not even that is enough to overcome the drop in demand due to the slowing global economy. And that is why these prices are so low," said energy analyst Phil Flynn. 能源分析家弗林说:“虽然石油输出国组织采取了历史上最大规模的减产,但是这依然不足以抑制全球经济放缓导致的需求锐减。这就是油价这么低的原因。”Economic pain is not limited to the ed States. Poland's unemployment rate has spiked above nine percent, prompting the country's central bank to cut interest rates for the second time in as many months.Most major financial markets saw light pre-holiday trading.  经济痛苦并不是仅仅局限于美国。波兰的失业率骤升到9%以上,促使波兰央行在两个月内两次降低利率。世界大部分股市在节日前的交易量清淡。Tokyo and London closed modestly higher, while Hong Kong, Paris and Frankfurt recorded moderate loses. 东京和伦敦股市小幅收高,而香港、巴黎和法兰克福股市略微收低。200812/59579义乌城西廿三里街道人民妇幼保健医院做双眼皮开眼角手术多少钱义乌市妇幼保健医院点痣多少钱

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