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广州长安女子医院检查不排卵怎么样好不好番禺中心医院检查排卵有声名著之秘密花园 Chapter16暂无文本 相关名著:有声名著之查泰莱夫人的情人有声名著之简爱有声名著之呼啸山庄有声名著之傲慢与偏见有声名著之儿子与情人有声名著之红与黑有声名著之歌剧魅影有声名著之了不起的盖茨比有声名著之远大前程有声名著之巴斯史维尔猎犬 Article/200810/51313广州哪个医院治妇科疾病好 He was watching TV. It was about 10:45 p.m. All of a sudden, he felt something in his chest. It was a fullness that he had never felt before. The feeling was dull and painless. But it quickly became a very strong “chest ache.” His chest felt full, sort of like his belly did after Thanksgiving dinners. He could feel a little bit of sharpness in the area of his heart. Then he felt a tiny electric current go down his left arm and into his left hand. His hand felt numb.He couldn’t believe it. I’m having a heart attack, he thought. No, it couldn’t be. He was perfectly healthy, or at least he was the last time he saw his doctor. When was that—one year, or two years, ago? Well, it didn’t matter. Your doctor could give you a clean bill of health on Monday and you could drop dead on Wednesday. But he had great genes—no one in his family had ever died of a heart attack. In fact, no one in his family had ever died of anything at his age.He kept hoping the sensation would just disappear. But the feeling of fullness remained—yet without the slightest bit of pain.He checked his front door. It was locked. That would be a problem if he called 911; would they break the door down, or do they have master keys to most buildings? His windows were open; they could just remove a screen. Should he call 911—no, the ambulance alone would be at least 0. The emergency room bill would be in the thousands. And what about the embarrassment if this was a false alarm? Should he call his brother, who would come over and—and what? He was getting confused. He turned down the TV. He didn’t want it blasting away at his dead body in the middle of the night. Article/201108/150534Although presidential elections occur every 4 years, many people feel that they do not have a true understanding of how presidential campaigns operate.The winner in the November general election is almost certain to be either the Republican or the Democratic nominee. A minor-party or independent candidate, such as George Wallace in 1968, John Anderson in 1980, or Ross Perot in 1992 and 1996, can draw votes away from the major-party nominees but stands almost no chance of defeating them.A major-party nominee has the critical advantage of support from the party faithful. Earlier in the twentieth century, this support was so firm and steady that the victory of the stronger party's candidate was almost a certainty. Warren G. Harding accepted the 1920 Republican nomination at his Ohio home, stayed there throughout most of the campaign, and won a full victory simply because most of the voters of his time were Republicans. Party loyalty has declined in recent decades, but more than two-thirds of the nation's voters still identify themselves as Democrats or Republicans, and most of them support their party's presidential candidate. Even Democrat George McGovern, who had the lowest level of party support among recent nominees, was backed in 1972 by nearly 60 percent of his party's voters.Presidential candidates act strategically. In deciding whether to pursue a course of action, they try to estimate its likely impact on the voters. During the 1992 campaign, a sign on the wall of Clinton's headquarters in Little Rock , "The economy, Stupid." The slogan was the idea of James Carville, Clinton's chief strategist, and was meant as a reminder to the candidate and the staff to keep the campaign focused on the nation's slow-moving economy, which ultimately was the issue that defeated Bush. As in 1980, when Jimmy Carter lost to Ronald Reagan during tough economic times, the voters were motivated largely by a desire for change.Candidates try to project a strong leadership image. Whether voters accept this image, however, depends more on external factors than on a candidate's personal characteristics. In 1991, after the Gulf War, bush's approval rating reached 91 percent, the highest level recorded since polling began in the 1930s. A year later, with the nation's economy in trouble, Bush's approval rating dropped below 40 percent. Bush tried to stir images of his strong leadership of the war, but voters remained concerned about the economy.The candidates' strategies are shaped by many considerations, including the constitutional provision that each state shall have electoral votes equal in number to its representation in Congress. Each state thus gets two electoral votes for its Senate representation and a varying number of electoral votes depending on its House representation. Altogether, there are 538 electoral votes (including three for the District of Columbia, even though it has no voting representatives in Congress). To win the presidency, a candidate must receive at least 270 votes, an electoral majority.Candidates are particularly concerned with winning the states which have the largest population, such as California (with 54 electoral votes), New York (33), Texas (32), Florida (25), Pensylvania (23), Illinois (22), and Ohio (21). Victory in the eleven largest states alone would provide an electoral majority, and presidential candidates therefore spend most of their time campaigning in those states. Clinton received only 43 percent of the popular vote in 1992, compared with Bush's 38 percent and Perot's 19 percent; but Clinton won in states that gave him an overwhelming 370 electoral votes, compared with 168 for Bush and none for Perot.虽然总统竞争每四年举行一次,但是许多人感到对竞选大战的运作没有真正的理解。11月份大选的获胜者几乎肯定是共和党或民主党的提名者。小党派或独立候选人,如1968年的乔治·华莱士,1980年的约翰·安德森或1992年和1996年的罗丝·佩罗,可能从大党的提名人那里拉走了一些选票,但几乎没有人可能战胜他们。大党提名人具有得到党的忠实信徒持这一关键的优势。20世纪早期,这种持是如此坚定、可靠,以至于较大党派候选人的胜利几乎是肯定的。华伦·G·哈定在俄亥俄州的家乡接受了1920年共和党的提名,并且在竞选大战大部分时间里都呆在俄亥俄。他大获全胜只是因为当时投票的大部分是共和党党员。在近几十年内,党员对党派的忠诚削弱了,但2/3强的国家的投票人依然认为他们自己是共和党人或民主党人,他们大多持自己党派的总统候选人。即使是近年来拥有最低水平党派持的民主人乔治·麦戈尔,在1972年仍得到了近60%本党派投票人的持。总统候选人的行为颇讲究策略。在决定是否遵循一项行动方针时,他们要尽量估计一下该方针对投票人可能具有的影响。在1992年竞选大战期间,小石城克林顿竞选总部的墙上有一个牌子,上面写着"经济、蠢货"。这条标语是克林顿的首席战略詹姆斯·卡维尔的,主意,作为候选人和竞选班子全体成员的警世语,使这场竞选大战集中在国家缓慢增涨的经济上,这成为最后击败布什的策略。如同在1980年的经济困难时期,吉米·卡特输给了罗纳德·里根,投票人的积极性主要来源于意图改变的愿望。候选人尽办突出表现一种强有力的领导形象。然而,投票人是否接受这一形象,比起候选人的个人特点来更要依靠外部因素。在1991年海湾战争后,布什的持率达到91%,这是本世纪30年代开始民意测验以来的最高记录。一年后,因国民经济陷入困境,布什的持率降低到40%以下。布什尽力去激起人们对他在战争时期强有力的领导形象的回忆,但投标票人依然关心经济问题。候选人的策略的形成要考虑到许多因素,包括宪法的这一条款:每个州具有的选举人的票数与其在国会中的代表人数相同。因此,每个州因其参议院代表得到两张选举人票,依靠其众议院代表得到不同数量的选举人票。总共有538张选举人票。要赢得总统职务,一个候选人必须得到选举的多数票,即270张选票。候选人特别关注是否能赢得人口最多的州,如加利福尼亚州(有54张选举人票)、纽约州(33张)、得克萨斯州(32张)、佛罗里达州(25张)、宾夕法尼亚州(23张)、伊里诺伊斯州(22张)和俄亥俄州(21张)。仅在11个最大的州的胜利就可提供选举的大多数,因此总统候选人在那些州花费大部分时间进行活动。1992年,克林顿只得到43%的大众选票,相比之下布什得到38%,佩罗19%。但克林顿获取持的州给了压倒优势的370张选举人票,相比之下给了布什168张,佩罗一张也没有。 Article/200803/28120广东妇幼医院治疗封闭抗体

广州白云宫颈糜烂多少钱能治好Little Albert came home from school with a new book under his arm. "It's a prize, mother," he explained."A prize? What for, dear?""For natural history. Teacher asked me how many legs an ostrich has, and I said three." "But an ostrich has only two legs.""I know it now. But all the pupils said four, so I was the closest."小阿尔伯特腋下夹着一本新书从学校回家来了。“这是奖品,妈妈。”他解释道。 “奖品?因为什么得的。亲爱的?” “因为自然课得的。老师问我鸵鸟有几条腿,我说有三条。” “但是鸵鸟是两条腿啊。” “我现在知道了。但其他学生都说有四条。所以还是我最接近正确。” Article/200805/40118天河区长安医院人流怎么样好不好 If the Dream is Big Enough(II)---为了心中的梦想(二)One day in her senior year, I saw her sitting in the grass, head cradled in her arms.I walked across the street and sat down in the cool grass beside her. Quietly I asked what was wrong."Oh, nothing." Came a soft reply. "I am just too short."The coach told her that at 5'5 she would probably never get to play for a top ranked team much less offered a scholarship - so she should stop dreaming about college.She was heartbroken and I felt my own throat tighten as I sensed her disappointment.I asked her if she had talked to her dad about it yet.She lifted her head from her hands and told me that her father said those coaches were wrong.They just did not understand the power of a dream. He told her that if she really wanted to play for a good college, if she truly wanted a scholarship.That nothing could stop her except one thing-her own attitude.He told her again, "If the dream is big enough, the facts don't count."The next year, as she and her team went to the Northern California Championship game, she was seen by a college recruiter.She was indeed of freed a scholarship, a full ride, to a Division I, NCAA women's basketball team.She was going to get the college education that she had dreamed of and worked toward for all those years.It's true: If the dream is big enough, the facts don't count.高中那会儿的某一天,我看见她坐在草地上,头埋在臂弯里。我穿过街道,坐到她旁边的清凉的草地上。我轻轻地问出什么事了。“哦,没什么”,她轻声回答,“只是我太矮了。”原来篮球教练告诉她,以五英尺五英寸的身材,她几乎是没有机会到一流的球队去打球的更不用说会获得奖学金了所以她应该放弃想上大学的梦想。她很伤心,我也觉得自己的喉咙发紧,因为我感觉到了她的失望。我问她是否与她的爸爸谈过这件事。她从臂弯里抬起头,告诉我,她爸爸说那些教练错了。他们根本不懂得梦想的力量。他告诉她,如果真的想到一个好的大学去打篮球,如果她真的想获得奖学金,任何东西也不能阻止她,除非她自己不愿意。他又一次跟她说:“心中有目标,风雨不折腰”。第二年,当她和她的球队去参加北加利福尼亚州冠军赛时,她被一位大学的招生人员看中了。她真的获得了奖学金,一个全面资助的奖学金,并且进入美国全国大学体育协会其中一队女子甲组篮球队。她将接受她曾梦想并为之奋斗多年的大学教育。是的,心中有目标,风雨不折腰。 Article/200904/18067广州男性结扎复通那个医院好

广州治疗输卵管积水那里好Eleanor Roosevelt Was the Most Influential Wife of Any American President(MUSIC) VOICE ONE: I’m Steve Ember. VOICE TWO: And I’m Shirley Griffith with People in America in VOA Special English. Today, we tell about the woman who was the most influential wife of any American president, Eleanor Roosevelt. (MUSIC) VOICE ONE: Eleanor Roosevelt was the wife of America's thirty-second president, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. She helped her husband in many ways during his long political life. She also became one of the most influential people in America. She fought for equal rights for all people -- workers, women, poor people, black people. And she sought peace among nations. Anna Eleanor Roosevelt was born in New York City in Eighteen eighty-four. Eleanor's family had great wealth and influence. But Eleanor did not have a happy childhood. Her mother was sick and nervous. Her father did not work. He drank too much alcohol. He was not like his older brother, Theodore Roosevelt, who was later elected president. When Eleanor was eight years old, her mother died. Two years later, her father died. Eleanor's grandmother raised the Roosevelt children. Eleanor remembered that as a child, her greatest happiness came from helping others. VOICE TWO: In the early nineteen hundreds, many people were concerned about the problems of poor people who came to America in search of a better life. Eleanor Roosevelt could not understand how people lived in such poor conditions while she and others had so much wealth. After she finished school, Eleanor began teaching children to in one of the poorest areas of New York City, called "Hell's Kitchen." She investigated factories where workers were said to be badly treated. She saw little children of four and five-years-old working until they dropped to the floor. She became involved with other women who shared the same ideas about improving social conditions. Franklin Roosevelt began visiting Eleanor. Franklin belonged to another part of the Roosevelt family. Franklin and Eleanor were married in nineteen-oh-five. In the next eleven years, they had six children. VOICE ONE: Franklin Roosevelt began his life in politics in New York. He was elected to be a state legislator. Later, President Woodrow Wilson appointed him to be assistant secretary of the Navy. The Roosevelts moved to Washington in nineteen thirteen. It was there, after thirteen years of marriage, that Eleanor Roosevelt went through one of the hardest periods of her life. She discovered that her husband had fallen in love with another woman. She wanted to end the marriage. But her husband urged her to remain his wife. She did. Yet her relationship with her husband changed. She decided she would no longer play the part of a politician's wife. Instead, she began to build a life with interests of her own. In nineteen twenty-one, Franklin Roosevelt was struck by the terrible disease polio. He would never walk again without help. His political life seemed over, but his wife helped him return to politics. He was elected governor of New York two times. VOICE TWO: Eleanor Roosevelt learned about politics and became involved in issues and groups that interested her. In nineteen twenty-two, she became part of the Women's Trade Union League. She also joined the debate about ways to stop war. In those years after World War One, she argued that America must be involved in the world to prevent another war. "Peace is the question of the hour," she once told a group of women. "Women must work for peace to keep from losing their loved ones." The question of war and peace was forgotten as the ed States entered a severe economic depression in nineteen twenty-nine. Prices suddenly dropped on the New York stock market. Banks lost their money. People lost their jobs. (MUSIC) VOICE ONE: Franklin Roosevelt was elected president in nineteen thirty-two. He promised to end the Depression and put Americans back to work. Missus Roosevelt helped her husband by sping information about his new economic program. It was called the New Deal. She traveled around the country giving speeches and visiting areas that needed economic aid. Missus Roosevelt was different from the wives of earlier presidents. She was the first to become active in political and social issues. While her husband was president, Missus Roosevelt held more than three hundred news conferences for female reporters. She wrote a daily newspaper commentary. She wrote for many magazines. These activities helped sp her ideas to all Americans and showed that women had important things to say. VOICE TWO: One issue Missus Roosevelt became involved in was equal rights for black Americans. She met publicly with black leaders to hear their problems. Few American politicians did this during the nineteen thirties and nineteen forties. One incident involving Missus Roosevelt became international news. In nineteen thirty-nine, an American singer, Marian Anderson, planned a performance at Constitution Hall in Washington. But a conservative women's group refused to permit her to sing there because she was black. VOICE ONE: Missus Roosevelt was a member of that organization, the Daughters of the American Revolution. She publicly resigned her membership to protest the action of the group. An opinion study showed that most Americans thought she was right. Eleanor Roosevelt helped the performance to be held outdoors, around the Lincoln Memorial. More than seventy thousand people heard Marian Anderson sing. Missus Roosevelt was always considered one of its strongest supporters of the civil rights movement. (MUSIC) VOICE TWO: The ed States was forced to enter World War Two when Japanese forces attacked the American naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, in nineteen forty-one. Missus Roosevelt made many speeches over the radio praising the soldiers she saw on her travels. She called on people to urge their government to work for peace after the war was over. Franklin Roosevelt died in nineteen forty-five, soon after he was elected to a fourth term as president. When his wife heard the news she said, "I am more sorry for the people of this country than I am for myself." VOICE ONE: Harry Truman became president after Franklin Roosevelt died. World War Two ended a few months later. The leaders of the world recognized the need for peace So they joined together to form the ed Nations. President Truman appointed Missus Roosevelt as a delegate to the first meeting of the UN. A newspaper wrote at the time: "Missus Roosevelt, better than any other person, can best represent the little people of America, or even the world." Later, Missus Roosevelt was elected chairman of the UN Human Rights Commission. She helped write a resolution called the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. That declaration became an accepted part of international law. VOICE TWO: Missus Roosevelt spent the last years of her life visiting foreign countries. She became America's unofficial ambassador. She returned home troubled by what she saw. She recognized that the needs of the developing world were great. She called on Americans to help the people in developing countries. A few years before she died, Eleanor Roosevelt spoke about what she believed in life. This is what she said:ELEANOR ROOSEVELT: “This life always seems to me to be a continuing process of education and development. What we are preparing for, none of us can be sure. But, that we must do our best while we are here and develop all our capacities is absolutely certain. We face whatever we have to face in this life. And if we do it bravely and sincerely, we’re probably accomplishing that growth which we were put here to accomplish.” VOICE ONE: Eleanor Roosevelt gave the best she had all through her life. People around the world recognized their loss when she died in nineteen sixty-two. (MUSIC) VOICE TWO: This program was written by Shelley Gollust. It was produced by Lawan Davis. I'm Shirley Griffith. VOICE ONE: And I'm Steve Ember. Join us again next week for People in America in VOA Special English. Article/200803/29209 The Origin of the Rainbow 虹的起源Once upon a time the colors of the world started to quarrel. All claimed that they were the best.有一天,世界上的五颜六色彼此争吵了起来,每一个颜色都声称自己是最好的。Green said: "Clearly I am the most important. I am the sign of life and of hope. I was chosen for grass, trees and leaves. Look over the countryside and you will see that I am in the majority." 绿色说:“很明显嘛!我就是最重要的。我是生命和希望的象征。青草、大树和叶子都选择我,只要往乡野望去,我就是主色。”Blue interrupted: "You only think about the earth, but consider the sky and the sea. It is the water that is the basis of life. The sky gives space and peace and serenity. Without my peace, you would all be nothing." 蓝色打断他的话说:“你只想到地面,想想天空和海洋吧!水是生命之源,而天空包容大地、宁静和祥和。一旦失去我的宁静祥和,你们就什么也不是了。”Yellow chuckled: " The sun is yellow, the moon is yellow, the stars are yellow. Every time you look at a sunflower, the whole world starts to smile. Without me there would be no fun."黄色暗自好笑:“太阳是黄色的,月亮是黄色的,星星也是黄色的。每当你看着向日葵,整个世界也跟着笑逐言开起来。没有了我,也就没有了乐趣。”Orange started next: "I carry the most important vitamins. Think of carrots, oranges and mangoes. When I fill the sky at sunrise or sunset, my beauty is so striking that no one gives another thought to any of you." 橙色接着说:“我是最重要的维他命,想想胡萝卜、橘子和芒果。每当日出日落时,我就满布在天空,我的美丽如此令人惊艳,根本不会有人想到你们。”Red could stand it no longer so he shouted out: "I am the ruler of all of you. I am blood一 life's blood! I bring fire into the blood. I am the color of passion and love." 红色再也按捺不住,他大声的说:“我是你们的主宰,我是血!生命之血!我将热情注入血液,我是热情和爱情的颜色。”Purple was very tall and spoke with great pomp: "I am the color of royalty and power. Kings, chiefs and bishops have always chosen me for I am the sign of authority and wisdom. People do not question me! They listen and obey." 紫色自视甚高,而且盛气凌人的说:“我是皇室和权威的颜色,国王、领袖和大主教都选择我,因为我是权威和智慧的象征。人们不敢对我有所存疑,只有乖乖听命的份。”Finally Indigo spoke, much more quietly than all the others, but with just as much determination: "Think of me. I am the color of silence. I represent thought and reflection, twilight and deep water. You need me for balance and contrast, for prayer and inner peace." 靛色终于说话了,比起其它颜色,他的声音平和多了,但是,也是同样的斩钉截铁:“我是宁静之声,我代表思想、深思熟虑、曙光以及深水。你们需要我来平衡对比、祈祷并获得内在的平静。”And so the colors went on quarreling, each convinced of his or her own superiority. Suddenly there was a startling flash of bright lightening, and thunder rolled. Rain started to pour down.五言六色就这样一直吵下去,每个颜色都认为自己最优秀。突然间闪电雷鸣大作,大雨倾盆而下。Rain began to speak: "You foolish colors. Don't you know that you were each made for a special purpose? Join hands with one another and come to me." 雨开口说话:“你们这些蠢颜色,你们不晓得自己各有所司吗?大家手牵手一起过来。”Doing as they were told, the colors joined hands and united. 那些颜色都乖乖的手牵手,站在一起。Rain continued: "From now on, when it rains, each of you will stretch across the sky in a great bow of color as a reminder that you can all live in peace. The rainbow is a sign of hope for tomorrow." 雨接着说:“从今以后,只要一下雨,你们每个都得伸展成大弓形横跨在天际,藉以提醒大家和平共处。因为虹是明日希望的象征。”一个人人都知道的道理,一个人人都会犯的错,当雨离开的时候,天际有一弯虹会告诉我们:放下自我,得到更多。 Article/200803/30650广州长安做输卵管通液多少钱番禺结扎复通专科医院

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