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海盐县激光脱毛多少钱嘉兴曙光医院肤质治疗多少钱Germany's Lufthansa strike 汉莎航空罢工要求加薪Workers at Germany's Lufthansa airline strike for higher pay. CNN's Diana Magnay reports.Workers at Germany’s Lufthansa on strike they say for better pay, more than 4,000 staff according to the Verdi Trade Union. So far though still a green light for passengers. Lufthansa says they’ve got it covered.We’ve done a great deal behind the scenes. We can guarantee that the planes are safe, that they are technically fine, that catering's on board and that they are flying punctually.That may not last though. Staff at Lufthansa Technique were striking today. They are in charge of maintenance and technical overhauls, plus some Lufthansa catering workers. But Verdi hasn’t let on it will be striking next. And staff say they are in this for the long rule.These days everyone has to pay more for water, for electricity, for the car, for food. The Euros also get something to do with it. So we could do with more than what we are getting.Lufthansa is in a position where can levy the fuel surcharge on its customers to counter the jet-fuel price. We suffer the same problems though of high petrol prices and we can’t get any money from the firm to help us.July is peak holiday season, an extra weapon in Verdi’s armory as the union seeks a near 10% pay rise over the next year.Lufthansa which is dealing with high fuel prices says it’s prepared to negotiate, but says its offer is fair 6.7% over 21 months plus a one-off payment.As for passengers the advice is to check the Lufthansa website. The company says it will offer refunds if flights are canceled.Diana Magnay, CNN, Berlin. 参考中文翻译:德国汉莎航空公司员工罢工,要求加薪。CNN记者报道。根据Verdi工会提供的数字,德国汉莎航空公司4000多名员工罢工,要求加薪。目前为止,虽然乘客仍可通行,但是汉莎方面称他们会关闭乘客通道。我们已经在幕后做了很多工作。我们可以保飞机的安全,保技术状况良好,飞机上的给养充足,并且可以准时飞行。但是这种状况并不能持续。汉莎航空技术人员今天也参与了罢工,他们主要负责飞机的保养和检查工作,而且汉莎的地勤人员也参与了罢工。但是Verdi工会没有透漏接下来罢工是否会继续。员工说他们是为了长远的利益才参与此次罢工的。近来,每个人都要在水,电,汽车,食物方面付更多的费用,而且由于欧元方面的原因,我们应该得到比现在更多的工资。汉莎现在处在必须增加乘客的燃油附加费来平衡不断攀升的油价的境地。我们也面临着油价升高带来的困难,而且不能从公司得到任何援助。7月份是旅游高峰,这给工会要求明年加薪10%提供了另外一个有利武器。正面临高油价的汉莎公司方面表示,他们已经准备好进行谈判,但是仅同意对为期21个月的合同进行加薪6.7%,并且一次性付。给乘客的建议是最好随时关注汉莎网站。航空公司方面表示,如果航班取消,会全额退款。200811/57255嘉兴曙光中西医整形美容医院祛胎记好吗 All may seem calm along these beautiful stretches of British coastline.But there is a battle being fought on the beaches of Britain.It’s a fight for survival against the mighty force of the North Sea.Erosion of this coastline has been going on for thousands of years. But things have gotten much worse.Now, top decisions are being made.Spend millions on defending the battered coastline or abandon huge areas of Britain to the sea.Here in North Yorkshire, the local and central government has spent a lot of money to defend this battered coastline."If we didn't defend, while nature would take its course, and we would invariably lose significant amounts of land, Great Britain is a shrinking asset."Many seaside towns have to be protected.Cliffs are held in place by rock bolts, and new sand added to receding beaches.But the majority of the money goes to building new seawalls[1] and repairing the Victorian and even older ones.The sea defences themselves are in a very sorry state. We simply can't continue to pay for all over[2] the crack.One reason Britain is in such a bad way is its geology.Due to the earth movements after the last Ice Age, the country is gradually tilting.So while Scotland rises, the south of England falls.On top of that, global warming is set to really stir things up.Sea levels in the Southern UK are expected to rise about 1-3 feet by the end of the century.These are the salt marshes of Essex[3], just outside of London.Well, here at Essex, the problem simply couldn't be worse. Because we are in the frontline and that we know that we’ve lost more than 50% of our salt marsh in just 30 years.Salt marshes help to defend the coastline by absorbing the energy of the waves. In addition to human development, another process is that have reduced the size of the salt marshes.Flood defenses are preventing them from sping naturally inland.So instead of building more seawalls, in some places farmland is flooded, and salt marshes recreated, giving natural protection to the coast.Whether the choice is to battle against nature or work with it, the long-term outcome remains unchanged, Britain is an ever shrinking island.Notes:[1]seawall: a wall built beside the sea to stop the water from flowing onto the land[2]all over: adv. over the whole extent (of)[3]Essex: A historical region and Anglo-Saxon kingdom of southeast England. Probably settled by Saxons in the early sixth century, the kingdom was long dominated by Mercia and later by Wessex before and after its inclusion in the Danelaw territories from 886 to 917. There are important Roman and Saxon remains in the area.Vocabulary Mix:battered: adj out of shape because of age, regular use or frequent accidentsrock bolt: A rock bolt is a long anchor bolt, for stabilizing rock excavations, which may be tunnels or rock cuts. It transfers load from the unstable exterior, to the confined (and much stronger) interior of the rock mass.200811/55948Even in the age of the Internet and DVDs, classical theater is flourishing in New York.虽然我们已经进入了使用互联网和看光碟的时代,但是经典的戏剧仍然深受人们喜爱。Some of the plays in the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s 2011 classical theater season are over 400 years old but ticket sales have been brisk. Joe Melillo, BAM’s executive producer, says theatergoers are hungry for a diet of Ibsen, Gogol and Shakespeare. 在布鲁克林音乐学院2011年的古典剧作演出季中,有些剧作已经有超过百年的历史,有的甚至有长达400年的历史。不过,布鲁克林音乐学院执行制片人乔·梅利奥表示,观众们仍然渴望欣赏易卜生、果戈理和莎士比亚的剧作。"They’re flying, they have, like, little wings," he says. "The tickets are flying out of the box office."那些演出场次的票卖得飞快。The artists presenting the plays say that’s because they resonate with contemporary audiences. Take "John Gabriel Borkman," playwright Henrik Ibsen’s 1896 drama in which the title character, a banker, has been imprisoned for illegally investing his client's money. Ibsen could have been writing about financier Bernie Madoff, now serving a 150-year prison sentence for orchestrating a decades-long swindle that took tens of billions of dollars from his unwitting investors. 参加演出的艺术家们表示,这是因为那些作品和当代的观众能够产生共鸣。比如易卜生在1896年创作的作品《约翰·加布里埃尔·克曼》中,家克曼由于拿客户的钱进行非法投资而遭到监禁。这不禁让人想起了金融骗子麦道夫的行径,他几十年来把那些不知情的投资者所投入的几百亿美元,放入一个“庞氏骗局”中,他因此被判处150年的监禁。"You see the byproduct of these legal battles that the families fall apart, because financial difficulties, or financial shame, produces a terrible fallout in families," says actress Fiona Shaw, who plays Borkman’s wife.女演员菲奥娜·肖在剧中扮演克曼的妻子,她说:“我们看到,这些法律较量的副产品就是家庭解体,可能因为财务上的困难,或者是财务上的羞愧感,这些都导致了可怕的家庭破裂。”On an even more universal level, Ibsen’s three central characters are imprisoned by their own delusions and bitterness, says Alan Rickman, who plays Borkman, and Lindsay Duncan, who plays the woman he abandoned.在剧中扮演克曼的演员艾伦·里克曼表示,从更广义来看,易卜生剧作中的三个主要人物最后都是被他们自身的迷惑和痛苦所困。201102/125994海宁市人民医院瘦腿针多少钱

嘉兴二院激光去痣多少钱A tough immigration enforcement law scheduled to take effect in Arizona at the end of July is touching off debate and controversy far beyond the southwestern state. As a consequence, immigration reform is moving higher on the list of issues Americans say they want their politicians to address.The Arizona law requires immigrants to carry their registration documents at all times. It also directs local police to question people they suspect are in the country illegally… a job usually done by federal law enforcement. A Washington Post/A News poll found a majority of Americans – 58 percent – support the controversial course of action Arizona is taking. And roughly half the respondents in another national poll said they want their state to copy its get tough approach. A proposal for a tougher standWoodland, Washington is a surprisingly diverse American small town. Third generation berry farmers live near people who commute to work in distant Portland, Oregon, who in turn live near under-employed construction and mill workers. Woodland also has a growing Hispanic population.The mix verged on combustible at an overflowing City Council meeting recently, as townspeople commented on a resolution to endorse Arizona's immigration crackdown and to urge the Washington State Legislature to follow suit. One woman told council members, "The law opens the door to the indiscriminate use of racial profiling against individuals that look or sound foreign." "If you came to this country illegally, you started off on the wrong foot," another resident said. "You need to go back home, do the paperwork and come back the right way."A woman took the microphone to complain, "A lot of these people who are coming in illegally, they're getting medical coupons. They're getting food stamps... They're getting all kinds of things that are provided through our tax system. It has to stop! It has to stop somewhere!"A Woodland retiree agreed illegal immigration is out of hand, but said local Hispanic families are good people. "We're not a border town," she said. "That's the way I feel. Number one, we're not a border town. That's not our business."Putting a stop to illegal immigration from the bottom upBut City council member Benjamin Fredericks says it is Woodland's business. He introduced the controversial resolution, pointing out, "It obviously isn't working from the top down. The federal government is ignoring current law. That's why I believe Arizona has the right to pass their own laws." He sees Arizona's action and his proposal as part of an effort to start reform from the bottom up, and said he'd like to see the Washington state legislature take up the issue. Juan Barela is a counselor and human rights activist in Woodland. He says Arizona's immigration controversy has awakened the nation's Latino communities. "Now we are galvanized, united. We are strong and we're getting the vote."In the end, the Woodland city council voted down the resolution that would have urged the legislature to copy Arizona's tough enforcement approach. City councils in Seattle, Washington, and Los Angeles, California, have passed boycotts of Arizona travel and business contracts to show their disapproval of the new law. Most recently, the debate surfaced in Fremont, Nebraska where voters approved a city law against hiring or renting to illegal immigrants.Public unease about immigrationPortland, Oregon-based opinion pollster Adam Davis says all of the controversy is moving immigration higher on the list of issues people want addressed. "When you ask about the biggest problem facing the nation," he notes, "just recently there has been a real surge in the number of people that mention immigration. In the West particularly, it jumped from 2 to 16 percent in the Western states, saying that it the biggest problem facing the nation."Davis theorizes the support for stronger immigration enforcement reflects tough times. "They feel these people are taking jobs away from legal residents. In tough economic times, this is something that really concerns a lot of people. And it is not just jobs. There is also a feeling that resources are limited, that there isn't the money out there to provide government services to these people."Craig Keller hopes to tap that public unease. Keller directs a citizen initiative campaign in Washington State. His proposal would require all employers to check the immigration status of new hires through the government's e-verify service. Recipients of public benefits would also have to be validated."It's very ironic that there is huge public demand for a law like this. But the 'representatives'," he says with a bit of a sneer, "that have been selected to go to Olympia are not representing the people. That's why this is a perfect example of why the citizens' initiative process is required." His campaign needs to gather a quarter-million voter signatures to qualify the measure for the November ballot.Meanwhile, the Obama administration and some Arizona city governments hope to convince a judge to stop Arizona's new immigration law from taking effect later this month.亚利桑那州严苛的移民法定于7月29日生效。这个法律引起的辩论和争议早已超出一个州的范围。因此,移民改革成为民众要求领导人尽早解决的问题之一。亚利桑那州的移民法规定移民必须随时携带身份件,并要求地方警察盘问任何他们怀疑是非法入境的人。这本来是联邦执法人员的工作。 华盛顿邮报和美国广播公司合办的一次民调显示,百分之58的美国人持亚利桑那州这种引起争议的做法。在另一次全国民调中,大约半数受访者希望他们的州也效仿亚利桑那州的严格办法。 伍德兰是一个高度多元化的美国小镇。这里有三代种植草莓的农民,邻居是一群每天开车去俄勒冈州波特兰市上班的通勤族。离他们不远,住着工作时间不足的建筑工和钢铁厂工人。伍德兰的拉美裔居民也在不断增加。 最近小镇市政委员会开会,考虑通过一个决议,持亚利桑那州打击非法移民,并呼吁州议会跟进。与会者展开了激烈的辩论。 一名妇女说:“这个法律打开一扇门,也就是以外貌或口音取人,无端地以种族相貌为由进行歧视。” 一名男性说:“如果你非法进入美国,那你从一开始就错了。你应该回到原来的国家,按程序填表申请后再来。” 另一名妇女说:“很多非法进入美国的人得到医药补助,领到食品券,得到所有由我们的税金提供的福利。这种情形必须停止。” 已经退休的诺玛·布伦森也认为,非法移民问题已经到了失控的地步。但是她说,当地拉美裔居民都是好人。 最后,伍德兰市政委员会否决了关于敦促华盛顿州议会效仿亚利桑那州的提案。华盛顿州的西雅图市和加州洛杉矶市,都通过了抵制亚利桑那州旅游和商业合同的提案,以表示他们的不满。最近,内布拉斯加州弗来蒙市也就这个问题展开了辩论。选民通过投票,持该市一项禁止雇用或出租住房给非法移民的法律。 俄勒冈州波特兰的民调专家亚当·戴维斯说,这些争议将移民改革推到了民众希望解决的问题清单中的更高位置:“如果你问美国面临的最大问题是什么,最近越来越多的人会说是移民问题。尤其在西部各州,认为移民问题是美国面临的最大问题的人,从百分之2猛增至百分之16。” 戴维斯认为,持更严格的移民法律,也反映出目前时局的艰难。他说:“他们觉得非法移民抢走了合法居民的工作。在经济困难时期,许多人的确非常担心这个问题。还不仅仅是工作,还有人觉得资源有限,政府没有财力来为这些人提供务。” 克雷格·凯勒在华盛顿州领导着一个公民倡议运动。他建议,所有雇主都应通过政府的电子核对务,确认新雇人员的移民身份,对享受公共福利的人的身份也应当进行核实。 凯勒说:“非常具有讽刺意味的是,民众对这类法律的要求很高,而那些被选到州议会的所谓民意代表们,却没有代表人民说话。这恰恰说明为什么人民倡议运动是必要的。”凯勒的这个运动需要25万选民的签名,才有资格被列入今年11月选票上的公决项目。 与此同时,奥巴马政府和亚利桑那州的一些市政府希望能说联邦法官,阻止亚利桑那州的移民法在7月底生效。201007/109422嘉兴去川字纹哪里比较好 【听力原文】First thing people should know is that the two expert agencies, the World Health Organization and CDC - Centers for Disease Control, have reviewed the environment, and neither have recommended any restrictions whatsoever on travel. The air in a cabin of an airplane is better, more proved, because of hospital-grade HEPA filters and side by side circulation, that it is in the vast majority of public buildings in the ed States to include schools and offices. So don't be concerned by getting on an airplane. We have hands sanitizers, and soap in the lavatories on all of our planes, and we encourage people, as others do, to wash their hands frequently that cover their mouth when they cough, and take just normal everyday common sense protections and provisions that your mom would tell you when you were going to school. The real key here I think is for all citizens to understand that if you feel not well, stay home, whether it's school, whether it's workplace, whether it's travel, just stay home. Self policing can do more to prevent the sp of this disease than almost anything. 11/88500嘉兴武警医院光子脱毛多少钱

嘉兴曙光中西医医院美容整怎么样UK men fret about hair, weight, looks but do littleIt's supposed to be a mark of distinction, but going grey is now the top concern for British men, according to new research.Hair color is the number one appearance concern for men today, with more than half of British men worrying about graying hair, and 45 marks the age when panic really sets in, according to a poll from market research firm Mintel."Although grey hair is traditionally seen as a mark of distinction in men, the reality is many men are unhappy with their newfound gravitas," Mintel Head of Beauty Research Vivienne Rudd said in a statement."The physical changes associated with aging can act as a catalyst to mid-life crisis and our research has discovered that men become less content with their appearance after the age of 45."Hair loss or thinning, is the second most common concern, worrying 40 percent of the respondents to the Mintel survey of 2,000 British men.Unwanted hair (in the nose and ears) preoccupied 38 percent of respondents, being overweight bothered 37 percent and 30 percent were worried about yellowing teeth.Mintel said that men appeared to be more accepting than women when it came to their appearance, but found that at 45 years of age, men become increasingly less happy with their looks.More than a quarter of men aged 45-54 dislike four aspects of their appearance compared to an average of just over one in 10 men overall.Rudd said that delayed retirement and working later into life than their parents did as the British population ages will bring older men into competition with younger colleagues."As a result, older people may feel the need to try to maintain appearance and therefore bring a future boost to the male grooming market," she said.Vocabulary:set in: to begin and seem likely to continue(到来;开始)gravitas: dignity, formality in bearing and appearance(庄重;庄严)catalyst: a person or thing that causes a change(促使变化的人;引发变化的因素)preoccupy: if something is preoccupying you, you think or worry about it very often or all the time(使日夜思考;使忧心忡忡)grooming: the things that you do to keep your clothes and hair clean and neat(打扮;装束)背单词 — 装英语词汇201008/110734 语言能力的高低和老年性痴呆症的发生有什么关系呢?我们来看看下面这则新闻。Researchers followed a small group of Catholic nuns, testing them for any signs of memory problems. After their death, their brains were examined for the hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease. However, some with signs of Alzheimer’s in their brains had not shown any signs of memory difficulties. The researchers next analyzed essays that many of the participants had written when they were around 20 years old. They found that the language was far more complex in the group of women without memory problems. The researchers conclude that superior language skills early in life may predict the brain’s ability to cope with early stages of Alzheimer’s disease decades later, due to differences in mental reserves.07/77231海宁市去胎记多少钱浙江嘉兴做隆鼻哪家医院好



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