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The typical first-time bride is now 30-years-old when she walks down the aisle, according to UK's national statistics. They also show that the number of marriages is at its lowest level since 1895.  英国国家数据显示,如今大部分头婚新娘年纪都在30岁。数据还显示,年婚姻数目已下降到895年来的最低点。  Women today are on average nearly eight years older than their mothers were when they married for the first time. In 1970 the typical first-time bride was 22. By 1991 she was 25, and by 2000 the average age rose to 28.  平均而言,当今女性头婚时年纪几乎比她们母亲头婚的年纪大了8岁970年时头婚新娘2岁,1991年是25岁,000年平均年龄为28岁。  Men are also older before they tie the knot. The typical groom is now just past his 32nd birthday when he marries for the first time. In 1970 the average groom was 24, in 1991, he was 27 and in 2000 he was 30.  男人们结婚时的年龄也偏大。现今的新郎头婚时平均年龄为32岁,1970年为24岁,1991年为27岁,2000年则0岁。  Royal weddings reflect the age trend. When Kate Middleton marries Prince William this month, she will be 29, and he will be 28. By contrast, when Diana Spencer became the Princess of Wales she was just 20.  皇家婚礼也反映了这种趋势。本月凯特和威廉大婚,届时凯9岁,威廉28岁。相比之下,戴安娜成为王妃时仅有20岁。  Anastasia de Waal, deputy director of the Civitas think-tank, said many women were putting off marriage till their 30s to develop their careers. "In the past, achieving 'adulthood' for women was about setting yourself up for family life whereas now it's about setting yourself up first." The cost of the wedding could also be a factor in the delay, she said.  阿纳斯塔西娅是英国智库机构Civitas的副主任,她称许多女性为了事业将婚姻推迟到了30多岁才举行。“过去,‘成年’就意味着女人们能为家庭独当一面,而如今则意味着自立自强。”她还称婚姻的高成本也成为晚婚的一个因素。来 /201104/130279上饶哪家医院脱毛可以永久上饶激光美白肌肤多少钱The Euro's Next Battleground: SpainGreece set off the crisis rattling the euro zone. Spain could determine whether the 16-nation currency stands or falls.The euro zone's No. 4 economy, Spain has an unemployment rate of 19%, a deflating housing bubble, big debts and a gaping budget deficit. Its gross domestic product contracted 3.6% in and is expected to shrink again this year, leaving Spain in its deepest and longest recession in a half-century.Worries over Greece's ability to finance its huge debts have sp to other, weaker members of the euro zone, but these same fears are now nipping at Spain's heels. The problem is that, thanks largely to its membership in the euro, Spain lacks tried-and-true means to heal its economy.Spain can't devalue its currency to make its exports more attractive and its sunny beach resorts cheaper because the euro's value is driven by Germany's bigger, competitive industrial economy. Madrid can't slash interest rates or print money to spur borrowing and spending, because those decisions are now made in Frankfurt by the European Central Bank.Spain could still try to stimulate growth through tax cuts and spending increases. But it has aly mounted enormous stimulus spending that swelled its budget deficit to 11.4% of GDP last year, and it would need to sell more bonds to raise fresh cash. Buyers of Spanish government bonds, spooked by the prospect of a Greek default, have aly demanded higher interest rates from Madrid.'Spain is the real test case for the euro,' says Desmond Lachman of the American Enterprise Institute in Washington. 'If Spain is in deep trouble, it will be difficult to hold the euro together...and my own view is that Spain is in deep trouble.'The government rejects talk of crisis. 'The fundamentals of our economy are solid,' Elena Salgado, Spain's economy minister, said in an interview.Euro-zone heavyweights Germany and France have pledged to support Greece if necessary. But any bailout for Spain-whose .6 trillion economy is nearly double those of troubled euro-zone partners Greece, Portugal and Ireland combined-would be far costlier.A 'shock and awe' infusion aimed at renewing faith in Spain's finances, should it be necessary, would take roughly 0 billion, according to an estimate by BNP Paribas. It estimates similar confidence-restoring moves in Greece, Ireland or Portugal would require billion, billion and billion, respectively.Most economists see three options for Spain.The first is for the government to do nothing, leaving the economy to wallow through years of high unemployment and debt defaults. The second is for the government to take a more active role, slashing its spending while taking unpopular measures to boost the supply side of the economy, including overhauling a rigid labor market.On Tuesday, Spain's top central banker strongly urged this path, calling in a speech for swift government action to reduce the budget deficit and reform the labor market.Mr. Lachman of the American Enterprise Institute is among the pessimists who doubt the government will take this course. He thinks Spain's chronic inability to restart growth will lead it to contemplate a third option: splitting the euro zone asunder by withdrawing from the common currency. That would permit a devaluation that would, at a stroke, increase Spain's competitiveness and allow the economy to grow again.A more mainstream view holds that no government, Spain's included, would dare to brave the financial chaos such a move would unleash.'It's extremely costly to leave the euro,' said Jean Pisani-Ferry of Bruegel, a pro-European think tank in Brussels. The moment a government hinted at a possible devaluation, there would be a run on the banks and an effective default on every euro financial contract with that country. 'The day you start to admit that you're thinking about it, you're in a financial mess.' /201002/97311上饶德兴市冷冻点痣多少钱

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