淡水县阳痿早泄价格医养生

明星资讯腾讯娱乐2019年10月15日 00:28:01
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horsea horsethe tail of a horsebetter than the tail of a horseBetter be the head of an ass than the tail of a horse.马一匹马马的尾巴远比马尾强宁为鸡头,不为凤尾ass:驴;实用短语:make an ass of sb.愚弄某人;实用例句:He just wanted to make an ass of Tom.他只是想逗逗汤姆

After the play, I took home the flower I had stuffed in the apron of my costume. My mother pressed it between two sheets of paper toweling in a dictionary, laughing as she did it that we were perhaps the only people who would press such a sorry-looking weed.演出结束后,我把那朵蒲公英塞进了我演出的口袋里带回了家妈妈把它压在两张纸巾之间再夹进字典里,笑着说,这世上也许只有我们两人愿意把这么一株不起眼的野草小心翼翼地夹起来I often look back on our lunchtimes together, bathed in the soft midday light. They were the commas in my childhood, the pauses that told me life is not savored in pre-measured increments , but in the sum of daily rituals and small pleasures we casually share with loved ones. Over peanut-butter sandwiches and chocolate-chip cookies, I learned that love, first and emost, means being there the little things.如今,沐浴在正午和煦的阳光里,我常回忆起我们一起度过的那些午餐时间它们就像是我童年岁月里的小逗点儿这些停顿告诉我,生命不是在预先量好的增额中来体味的,而是要在每天的生活琐事以及不经意中和所爱的人共享的许多小乐趣中去细细体味的吃着花生酱三明治和巧克力曲奇条,我认识到:爱,首先并且最重要地,意味着关注那些微不足道的小事A few months ago, my mother came to visit. I took off a day from work and treated her to lunch. The restaurant bustled with noontime activity as businesspeople made deals and glanced at their watches. In the middle of all this sat my mother, now retired, and I. From her face I could see that she relished the pace of the work world.几个月前,妈妈来看我我请了一天假陪她吃午饭午时的餐馆熙熙攘攘,一些商人在吃饭,时不时地瞟一眼腕上的手表在这些忙碌的人群中,我和现已退休的妈妈坐在那里从她脸上,我看得出她非常羡慕上班族的工作节奏Mom, you must have been terribly bored staying at home when I was a child, I said.“妈妈,我小时候您呆在家里照顾我时,一定感到非常厌烦吧?”我问道Bored? Housework is boring. But you were never boring.“厌烦?家务活确实让人感到厌烦,但你永远也不会让我感到厌烦”I didnt believe her so I pressed. Surely children are not as stimulating as a career.我有些不相信,于是又说:“照顾孩子肯定不像工作那么具有挑战性”A career is stimulating, she said. Im glad I had one. But a career is like an open balloon. It remains inflated only as long as you keep pumping. A child is a seed. You water it. You care it the best you can. And then it grows all by itself into a beautiful flower.“工作确实非常具有挑战性,;她说,”我很高兴我有过一份工作不过,工作就像是一个敞开口的气球,你只有一直给它充气,它才会保持膨胀但孩子就像是一粒种子,你给它浇水,尽自己最大努力来呵护它然后,它会自己成长起来,变成一朵美丽的花儿; 10

  But in the eyes of many UFO fans, government officials were trying to hide inmation on extraterrestrial UFOs fear of mass panic.但是在许多UFO迷们看来,政府官员试图遮掩公众对天外来客的UFO的恐惧感The UFO craze continued throughout the latter decades of the twentieth century.不明飞行物的热潮在二十世纪后期持续了几十年Numbers of sightings increased steadily, and, as of the late 1990s, almost half of Americans believed that UFOs were in fact extraterrestrial spaceships.目击UFO的次数稳步增加,实际九十年代后期,几乎一半的美国人相信不明飞行物是外星飞船The m of the UFO myth changed shape somewhat in the 1980s and 1990s, as individuals began to claim that, not only had they seen UFOs, but that they had actually been on board the spacecraft, as aliens had abducted them and permed experiments on them bee returning them to Earth.有关UFO的神话描述在二十世纪八十和九十年代有所改变,人们开始声称他们不仅看到了不明飞行物,事实上还被带上了飞船,因为外星人绑架了他们,并对他们做了实验,之后才回到地球One ;abducted; eighteen-year-old claimed to have had sex with an E.T.一个十八岁声称自己被绑架的人说和外星人发生了性关系Scholars believe that the UFO myth contains religious-like elements that do much to explain its massive appeal, In believing the existence of superhuman being, by expecting travel to a better planet, and by creating a fellow commy, the UFO myth embodies much of popular religious belief.学者认为不明飞行物神话包含用来解释巨大吸引力的宗教元素相信超人的存在,期望去一个更好的星球旅行,并且创建一个大众社区,这些赋予UFO神话很多流行的宗教信仰Meanwhile, the UFO myth, with its government conspiracy speculations, indicates public distrust of the government.与此同时,政府对于UFO神话的有意图猜测,使得公众对政府产生不信任Periods of high numbers of UFO sightings, have corresponded to a number of crises in government faith, among them the Vietnam War and Watergate.UFO目击事件高发期,连同越南战争和水门事件,政府部门产生了严重的信任危机But, as scholar Curtis Peebles has noted, ;We watch the skies seeking meaning. In the end, what we find is ourselves.;但是,正如柯蒂斯·皮伯斯所指出的,“我们观察天空寻求它的意义最终,我们找到了自己” 773

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  When I got home from work, I opened my mail. The letter turned out to be a bombshell. I held in my hand an invitation to my - year high school reunion. It was a shock because I couldn't believe it had been years. The first thing I did was to call my oldest and dearest friend, Maria. We had gone to high school together and we had been best friends. Maria said that she had received her invitation in the mail, too. I told her that I was leaning against going. After all, why live in the past?, I thought. But, Maria convinced me that it would be a trip to see some of our old friends and to find out what had become of them. At the very least, we would get a chance to see each other and to talk about old times. And, Maria said, Jeff McQuillan might be there. Ah, Jeff McQuillan. He was a senior when I was a sophomore , and I had a big crush on him. I thought he was so cute and he was smart, too. He was at the top of his class . He wasn't the class clown, but he had a great sense of humor and was voted most likely to succeed. He never gave me a second look, but I always made sure I sat next to him in class. I wonder what he's doing now and whether he'll be there. Hmm Maybe this reunion will be more fun than I thought.Script by Dr. Lucy Tse ()【背景链接】简介: 607.The night is nearly spent waiting him in vain.7.夜已将尽,等他又落了空I fear lest in the morning he suddenly come to my door when I have fallen asleep wearied out.我怕在清晨我正在倦睡的时候,他忽然来到我的门前Oh friends, leave the way open to him---bid him not.呵,朋友们,给他开着门罢--不要拦阻他If the sounds of his steps does not wake me, do not try to rouse me, I pray.若是他的脚步声没有把我惊醒,请不要叫醒我I wish not to be called from my sleep by the clamorous choir of birds, by the riot of wind at the festival of morning light.我不愿意小鸟嘈杂的合唱,和庆祝晨光的狂欢的风声,把我从睡梦中吵醒Let me sleep undisturbed even if my lord comes of a sudden to my door.即使我的主突然来到我的门前,也让我无扰地睡着Ah, my sleep, precious sleep, which only waits his touch to vanish.呵,我的睡眠,宝贵的睡眠,只等着他的触来消散Ah, my closed eyes that would open their lids only to the light of his smile when he stands bee me like a dream emerging from darkness of sleep.呵,我的合着的眼,只在他微笑的光中才开睫,当他像从洞黑的睡眠里浮现的梦一般地站立在我面前Let him appear bee my sight as the first of all lights and all ms.让他作为最初的光明和形象,来呈现在我的眼前The first thrill of joy to my awakened soul let it come from his glance.让他的眼光成为我觉醒的灵魂最初的欢跃And let my return to myself be immediate return to him.让我自我的返回成为向他立地的皈依 631I heard on the radio this morning that my favorite band was going to be in concert here next month. I was so excited. The first thing I did was to call my friend Ben who is also a big fan of the band. Not only was the band playing in town, they were going to play at a bar called the Whiskey. The Whiskey is known as a small, intimate venue so wed be able to get close to the band. It not a big amphitheater where you cant even see the band from the nose-bleed section. This would be the ultimate concert experience if only we can get tickets.今天早上我从收音机上听到我最爱的乐队下个月将会在这里举办演唱会我很激动我做的第一件事就是告诉我的朋友本,他也是这个乐队的狂热粉丝他们不光会在镇上开演唱会,还会在一个叫做威士忌的酒吧里表演威士忌酒吧很小,所以我们能近距离接触乐队酒吧不是那种你从距离中心最远的地方看都看不到乐队的大剧场如果我们弄到票的话,这会使最顶级的演唱会体验I was sure that the tickets would sell out fast when they went on sale on Saturday morning. So, Ben and I decided to camp out in front of the box office on Friday night. That way, when the box office opened on Saturday morning, we would definitely get tickets. We grabbed a bite to eat on Friday night, then we got dressed in our warmest clothes and took our sleeping bags to the ticket office. This was around 8pm. When we got there, I couldnt believe it! There were aly about people in line! And, I was sure wed be the first ones. Oh well.我肯定星期六早上开始卖票时候肯定卖的很快所以本和我决定星期五晚上在售票处外面露营那样的话,当售票处星期六早上开始卖票时,我们肯定能买到票我们找了些在星期五晚上吃的东西,穿上最暖和的衣,带上睡袋去了售票处时间是晚上八点左右我们到那儿的时候不敢相信已经有大约个人在排队了我确定我们会成为首先拿到票的那些人好Ben and I got into the back of the line and we barely got any sleep all night. We talked to the other people there and we just hung out all night. Nothing got out of hand, though, so we didnt get hassled by the cops. By morning, there were more than 50 die-hard fans in line.本和我排上队,我们一晚上几乎没睡着我们跟其他人说话,整晚都在玩但是没有什么意外发生,所以我们没有被警察赶走早上的时候,有超过50名死忠粉丝在排队Well, it paid off. When the box office opened at 9 am, we filed up to the window one by one and got our tickets. It was all worth it. I heard afterwards that the concert sold out in less than a half hour! Im so glad we braved the elements and camped out. I really cant wait until next month!我们得到回报了售票处早上9点开门,我们排队走到售票口买到票真值我后来听说演唱会门票在半小时内售完了我很高兴我们不顾危险去露营真等不及下个月了!

  1.get ahead of 赶超,排名靠前Some people were hurrying, as if anxious to get ahead of others. 有一些人匆匆忙忙,似乎急于超过别人.rather than 而不是Circumstances dictated that they played a defensive rather than attacking game. 比赛形势决定了他们要打防守战而不是进攻战3.combine...with... 结合起来I am partial to desserts that combine fresh fruit with fine pastry. 我偏爱加有新鲜水果的精致油酥甜点 336Vanessa: Put away that guidebook. I want our vacation to be exciting and unique, not cookie cutter. Tourists all visit the same sites. I want to explore and go to some places off the beaten path.瓦内萨:放下你的旅游指南我期待的旅行是振奋人心、独一无二的,而不是千篇一律的游客们总是游览同样的景点而我想去探索鲜有人涉足的地方Justin: That would be fine except weve never traveled to Podville bee and we dont speak the language. How are we going to make our way around if we dont plan out our trip?贾斯汀:我们之前从未去过 Podville,也不会说那里的语言,除此之外 Podville 是个还不错的选择如果不事先策划旅行计划,怎么能玩得好呢?Vanessa: Well be fine. Stop worrying. We spend too much time planning. Let just fly by the seat of our pants.瓦内萨: 会顺利的不用担心我们在计划上浪费了太多的时间让我们凭感觉行事吧Justin: You really want to just go unprepared? That just not sensible. Anything could happen.贾斯汀:你真想毫无准备就起程吗?这样一点也不理智任何事都可能发生Vanessa: Im not going to lose sleep over it. We just need to meet some locals and theyll be able to tell us about the hidden, secluded, and offbeat sites. Those are the ones I want to see.瓦内萨: 我才不会操心这些在路上我们会遇到当地人,可以从他们那打听那些隐蔽的、不寻常的景点那样的地方才是我想去的Justin: You can explore all you like, but Im bringing some insurance.贾斯汀:只要你喜欢,尽可以去探索,但我会准备一些预防措施Vanessa: What insurance?瓦内萨:什么预防措施?Justin: Im bringing two guidebooks and this phone number.贾斯汀:我会带上两本旅行指南,还有这个电话号码Vanessa: Phone number what?瓦内萨: 谁的电话号码?Justin: The phone number the American embassy. That where I plan to go help when you get lost off the beaten path!贾斯汀:美国大使馆的电话号码万一我们在人迹罕至的荒野迷路了,就可以打电话求救啊原文译文属! 1977

  

  

  Clerk: Can I help you find something? Adrian: Yes. Can you tell me where the non-fiction books are? Clerk: Are you looking hardbacks or paperbacks? Adrian: I’m not sure. I think hardbacks. Clerk: Well, the non-fiction new releases are at the front of the store. The non-fiction section is behind the fiction shelves on your right. The hardbacks are on the top shelves and the paperbacks on the bottom ones. Is there a specific book I can help you find? Adrian: I’m looking an old book and I’m not sure of the title. It’s something like, “The Literary Crisis.” Clerk: Do you know the name of the author? Adrian: No, I don’t. I saw it mentioned online and I actually wrote down the ISBN, but I can’t find it now. Clerk: Well, if it’s an old book, it may be out- of-print, but let me look it up in our system. If it was a bestseller at one time, there’s a chance that it’s still in print. Let me check…Okay, here it is. It was published in 198, and untunately, it is out-of- print. You may want to try a used bookstore, like Bookwoman’s down the street. Adrian: Thanks, I’ll give them a try. I’m also looking a biography. Can you tell me where they are? Clerk: Sure. The biographies are behind the reference section over there. Let me know if you need any more help. Adrian: Thanks. I appreciate it. 75

  

  

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