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武威做文眉绣眉多少钱四川绣眉好还是飘眉好bed of roses ------ 舒的工作(成语)英文释义(IDIOM) An easy job; a comfortable position requiring little or no work. (NOTE: often used in the negative form “to be no bed of roses.”) 例句Compared with the difficult classes I studied at my university, my first job after I graduated from college seemed like a bed a roses.与我在大学时学习的困难科目相比,我大学毕业后的第一份工作相当舒。 /201611/471199广汉市韩式定妆哪家好 [Harry Smith] You may not wanna watch this next segment. What do diet doctors, TV meteorologists and pet psych, psychics have in common? Fortune magazine columnist and workplace guru Stanley Bing says they are all jobs that pay well, are highly respected and perhaps most importantly they take a very special skill set to acquire. Bing explains his theory in a new book, that has a title we can't say on morning TV. So let's just say it's the 100 jobs and how to, how to get them, right? We've covered it up, you see the bull, right, (alright). Sorry, Stanley Bing, good morning to see, good to see you. [Stanley Bing] Nice to see you.[Harry Smith] Put in real life is (oh, Gil Schwartz serves CBS). Gil Schwartz, and you are in, in, in fact (Oh, I'm in the book, you know). Yeah, but you are in fact a vice president. (Oh, yes, executive vice president) executive vice president (don't, don't demote me,I mean~ )no, no ,no, but it's. (That's part of my, my, my beta factor, as we might call it) Is this~ because one would think a title of book like this is just something you might make up on the train as you're commuting into New York everyday, but this is in fact based on serious scientific data, is it not?[Stanley Bing] It, it is. I, I would, I felt it was important to get the exact number for every job er, that we are talking about. I mean the concept of this kind of job (right) is, er, you know everybody knows what it is and people actually kind of yearn to have one, (yeah) and I figure that the higher the number, (right) the more we could quantify it, [Harry Smith] 'Cause the fact is as you're sitting in life you'll see, I'm gonna call them bs jobs. Those are jobs you yearn for.[Stanley Bing] I personally do, (yeah, yeah) maybe people who don't, but I'm one of those who do.[Harry Smith] what, what is the ultimate one as far as you're concerned, who has or what is the ultimate bs job?[Harry Smith] Well, the person who has the highest number (right) in the book is, is Donald Trump. (right) Oh, because he's kind of the gold standard. It's a little bit like those tests you take in high school, with the top scores 800, the top beta factor for these jobs is 200, and he has the highest, but there are a lot, I mean, executive vice president of new media,(yeah) for instance, I mean, you know, you can (What is that?) you can work for 5 years and not know what you're doing and never have to prove yourself, and then there is also on the lower end, there're things like road kill collector, I mean, you get,you get to go outside a lot, you know, and get to eat what you find. So, it's, it's, it's a pretty good job, you know. And these are good jobs,you see this is not a bad thing. This is...[Harry Smith] Here is a serious question, where does this TV weatherman come into this show ?[Stanley Bing] Yes, yes, meteorologists on TV is, is in there and well, because, you know, the qualifications are unclear, and I think, you know, clothing is very important (right) for what you do, attitude is good, (perks, high perks) high perks (and high visibility) and the hours are admirable, (yeah, yeah) unless you make trouble for yourself like some people who,who tries to work too hard, (in your book, yes, exactly right)[Harry Smith] Now what would you say about like executive producers?[Stanley Bing] Executive producers is not yet in the book. (not in the book) But, I, you know, I'm working on an extended list, I'm sure it will be number 103 or 104. [Harry Smith] That's right, then it would be in the online edition. Now,here, I wanna show the science, because people don't believe there're serious (no, people think I'm) scientific method that's been applied here, and you go, you go back to Newton for your foundation, right?[Stanley Bing] Yeah, Newton based his law of thermal dynamics on force equals mass times acceleration(Fma), (right) and that also was the basis of E equals m c square(Emc2) , (right) you know, so I figure I'll start with that, because I don't understand that well, and it's a good place to start, and I figure that the beta (beta) of any job, we are gonna call it the beta of any job (which wouldn't be the same as the bs) yes, of any job is equal to the abuse that you're likely to take on the job in tens times the perks that you may have, in the case of weatherman on TV are very great perks,(right, right) that's in thousands, (and here we go) there is your salary (time to go) in tens of thousands, you know, and now it~ that's over hours, the bigger the number of hours that you got, the likely the lower the (got it) beta factors ((sure, sure, sure) are going to date, (so you want low hours) low hours (and high) high perks, high money, (and this is the big one here). This is career acceleration, this means, you know, how fast are you growing in your career, 'cause that's important if you just sit in there like a bonbon log, that's likely to be just one (yeah), ah, mine is er, is hovering at around three, 'cause I'm topped out. (so, yeah) I'm topped out, that's it, I'm not going anywhere, (you are not going anywhere, is it?) OK, no. But it's not[Harry Smith] But some, but somebody like, like P Diddy.[Stanley Bing] Oh, that, you know,(inaudible) he's got clothing line, (right) he's got the different names he's changing over,(yeah yeah) he's going up, he could have a 7 or an 8. (yeah) OK. So when you add these all up, just then you sort of cut to the chase. Mine is, my beta factor is 127, (Wo, that's a good number) I've been working hard for a long time. I've been trying to transform my job from a real one into one of these. (Presidential press secretary). We're, we're in the one sixties, I mean I haven't done the math, but although, you know, I would say that at the beginning of that job it could be low, (right) you know, and then after you works it for a while, he can get up into the one eighties, you know.[Harry Smith] Here we go, but in other, this is bs[Stanley Bing] Not a thing,this is just~[Harry Smith] Not one single part of it, great to see you, alright.[Stanley Bing] alright, as always, thank you. 200809/48757Bush Calls for End to Ban on Offshore Oil Drilling布什欲撤销美国近海石油禁采令  U.S. President George Bush wants Congress to end a federal ban on offshore oil drilling. Opposition Democrats say that would not lower gas prices. 布什总统要国会撤销禁止进行海洋石油勘探的联邦命令。反对党民主党却说,这一举措并不能降低油价。With Americans paying record-high gasoline prices, President Bush says it is time for lawmakers to lift a 27-year ban on offshore drilling. 在美国人付创纪录的高油价的情况下,布什总统表示,如今该是立法人员取消已施行了二十七年的海洋采油禁令的时候了。"Congress must face a hard reality. Unless members are willing to accept gas prices at today's painful levels or even higher, our nation must produce more oil," he said. "And we must start now." 布什总统说:“国会务必面对严峻的现实。除非议员们乐意接受当今令人痛心的汽油高价位、或者甚至更高的价位,不然我国就必须生产更多的石油,而且我们务必马上就动手。”Over time, the president says America's outer-continental shelf could produce 18 billion barrels of oil, which is enough to meet current domestic oil production for about 10 years. 布什总统说,一段时间之后, 美国的海岸大陆架外可能产油一百八十亿桶,这将能在约十年时间里满足目前的国内汽油生产需求。Offshore drilling is currently blocked by both legislative and administrative prohibitions. Mr. Bush says he wants Congress to act first in ending its moratorium. Then he says he will lift the executive ban. 海洋钻探石油目前受到立法机构和政府机构的禁止。布什总统说,他希望国会首先采取行动结束这一禁令。他说,然后他将取消行政禁令。Offshore drilling is one of four actions the president wants lawmakers to take to increase U.S. energy production. 近海采油是布什总统希望立法人员为提高美国能源生产而采取的四项行动之一。Speaking to reporters in the White House Rose Garden, Mr. Bush also called for drilling in an Alaskan wildlife refugee, expanding refinery capacity, and exploiting oil shale, which is a kind of rock that produces oil when exposed to heat. 布什总统在白宫玫瑰园对记者讲话时还要求在阿拉斯加的野生动物保护区钻井采油、扩大炼油设施并开采油页岩,即加热后能产生石油的一种岩石。Record high gas prices are a big issue in this year's presidential election. Mr. Bush spoke one day after his party's presumptive nominee called for lifting the ban on offshore drilling. The opposition party's likely candidate opposes the move. 创记录的高油价是今年总统大选中的一个大问题。布什总统发表有关谈话的前一天,预计能得到共和党总统候选人提名的麦凯恩也呼吁取消海洋采油禁令。而很可能得到反对党民主党候选人提名的奥巴马却反对这样做。President Bush again sought to politicize the issue, saying Americans are paying the price at the pump due to obstruction by Democrats in Congress. 布什总统再次试图把这个问题政治化,他说:美国人付那么高的油价是由于国会内的民主党人阻碍取消有关禁令。布什总统说:"I know the Democratic leaders have opposed some of these policies in the past. Now that their opposition has helped drive gas prices to record levels, I ask them to reconsider their positions," he added. "If Congressional leaders leave for their Fourth of July recess without taking action, they will need to explain why four-dollar-a-gallon gasoline is not enough incentive for them to act." “我知道民主党领袖以前曾经反对这类政策的某一部分。既然他们的反对已把油价推上了创纪录的高度,所以我要求他们重新考虑自己的立场。如果国会领袖在七月四号假期休会前不采取行动的话,他们务必要解释,为什么油价涨到四美元一加仑,还不足以促使他们采取行动。”West Virginia Democrat Nick Rahall chairs the House Natural Resources Committee. He says the president is wrong to link offshore drilling with lower gas prices. 西维吉尼亚州的民主党人雷哈尔是众议院自然资源委员会主席。他说,布什总统把海洋采油与降低油价联系在一起是错误的。他说:"Bottom line, you can not drill yourself to lower gas prices," he noted. "The amount of lands that are open, the amount of permits that have been issued have all increased over recent years yet so has the price of gas. There is no correlation between opening up more pristine areas and lowering the price of gas - no correlation whatsoever." “根本的问题是你不可能通过自己采油来降低油价。近年来,可开采区域的范围及发放的采油许可都在增加,但是油价依然高升。开放未开采区域与降低油价之间并没有任何内在联系。”House Democratic Caucus Chairman Rahm Emmanuel says oil companies aly hold leases to 68 million acres of federal land that they are not exploring. 众议院民主党核心会议主席伊曼纽尔说,石油公司已经持有六千八百万公顷联邦政府土地的契约,但是他们还没有在这些土地上进行钻探。"We will not scare the American people into doing something that they should not do at this point, given the oil industry holds leases today to 14 years worth of energy supply that would give us the ability to wean off of foreign dependence," he said. 伊曼纽尔说:“我们不会把美国人吓得去做目前还不该做的事情,目前情况是石油工业部门持有的开采契约可以产生的石油能维持十四年的能源需求量,并能让我们摆脱对外国石油的依赖。”Emmanuel and Rahall have introduced legislation to force oil companies to use land aly under lease. 伊曼纽尔和雷哈尔已经提出议案,要强迫石油公司必须利用他们已租借的土地来进行开采。200806/42316成都白眉毛

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邛崃市做绣眉多少钱US Defense Secretary Says Large-Scale War Less Likely盖茨称要注重打击叛乱分子的战争 U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says the ed States must prepare to fight insurgencies and similar types of wars for the foreseeable future, and put less emphasis on preparing for large-scale conventional wars. 美国国防部长罗伯特.盖茨说,美国在可预见的未来,必须准备进行打击叛乱分子的战争及类似战争,与此同时,不要对打大规模常规战争做出过分的重视。It is an ongoing debate among military officers and defense experts, and Secretary Gates spoke up firmly on one side of it during a speech Tuesday in Colorado. 这是一个五角大楼的军官和防务专家们争执不下的问题。美国国防部长盖茨周二在科罗拉多州发表的讲话中,坚定站在其中一边的立场上。"Overall, the kind of capabilities we will most likely need in the years ahead will often resemble the kind of capabilities we need today," he said. "The implication, particularly for America's ground forces, means we must institutionalize the lessons learned and capabilities honed from the ongoing conflicts." 他说:“就整体而言,我们在未来的岁月最可能需要的能力,往往类似于我们今天所需要的这种能力。其中的含义,尤其是对美国的地面部队而言,意味著我们必须把我们所学到的教训以及从持续不断的冲突中所磨炼的作战能力制度化。 ” Secretary Gates said in the past, counter-insurgency capabilities have been gained and lost, but this time they must be maintained. He criticized those in the U.S. military who are, in his view, overly concerned about restoring such conventional capabilities as tank warfare.  美国国防部长盖茨说,过去,美军曾经获得过并且失去过反叛乱的能力,但这个时候,他们必须维持这种能力。他批评美军当中一些人对恢复坦克战的常规战力显得过度忧虑。The secretary acknowledged there are what he called "rising and resurgent powers" - an apparent reference to China and Russia among other countries - and he says they must be "watched closely and hedged against." He listed the Persian Gulf, the Korean Peninsula and the Straits of Taiwan as potential flashpoints. 美国国防部长盖茨承认有他所谓的“正在崛起的和重新恢复的大国” 。显然在诸国中他指的是中国和俄罗斯。盖茨说,这样的大国必须加以“密切注视和折冲” 。他列举了波斯湾、朝鲜半岛和台湾海峡为潜在的热点地区。 But the secretary said it is "hard to conceive" of any country taking on the ed States in a large-scale war, and called the potential risks "manageable." He said the ed States has enough combat power in its air and naval forces to deter, or respond to, any "aggression."  但这位美国国防部长说:“很难设想,任何国家会针对美国发动一场大规模战争。”盖茨把这种潜在风险列为“可控制的”风险。他说,美国海军和空军有足够的作战能力能够遏阻, 或回应任何“侵略” 。 "It is true that we would be hard pressed to launch a major conventional ground operation elsewhere in the world at this time," he added. "But where would we sensibly do that?" 盖茨说:“事实的确是我们在目前这个阶段很难在世界其他地区打一场地面战争。但是,我们会理智地在什么地方那样做呢? ” Secretary Gates said his analysis has implications for U.S. defense planning and purchasing, and he served notice on all the military services, and their contractors, that, at least as long as he is in office, they will have to address what is called "irregular" warfare."Any major weapons program, in order to remain viable, will have to show some utility and relevance to the kind of irregular campaigns that, as I mentioned, are most likely to engage America's military in the coming decades," he explained.That calls into question several ongoing and very expensive programs, including aspects of the Army's high-technology Future Combat System and the Air Force's new fighter jet, the F-22.Secretary Gates said one of the most important things the Defense Department must do to prepare for the future is ensure that the people in the U.S. military are properly cared for, and that their morale is not undermined by defeat, as it was after the Vietnam War. 盖茨说,美国国防部为未来做好准备而必须要做的最重要的一件事情,就是确保美国军事人员得到妥善的照顾,以及他们的士气不会被失利所削弱,像越南战争后那样。"The risk of overextending the army is real, but I believe the risk is far greater, to that institution as well as to our country, if we were to fail in Iraq," he said. "That is the war we are in. That is the war we must win." 盖茨说:“把军队铺得太开的风险是存在的。但我相信对我们的(军事)机制和我们的国家来说风险更大的是我们在伊拉克的失败。伊拉克战争是我们正在打的一场战争,同时也是我们必须赢的一场战争 。”That comment was reminiscent of one by former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, who famously said in 2004, with regard to the U.S. army's iness to fight an insurgency in Iraq, "You go to war with the Army you have, not the Army you might want or wish to have at a later time." Secretary Gates was saying the ed States must fight, and win, today's war with today's army, and also be better prepared to fight similar wars in the future.盖茨说,美国必须以今天的军队作战赢得今天的战争,但是也要为在将来打类似的战争做好充分的准备。 200805/38957 2 商品特点3句英文任你选Reliability is our strong point.可靠性正是我们产品的优点。Compared with competing products, ours are smaller and lighter.与竞争的产品比起来,我们的产品更小巧轻便。Our products are brightly colored and beautifully designed.我们的产品色艳丽,设计精美。半个句型要记牢compared with (与……相比)Tip:compared with放于句首,意为;与……相比;可视为独立成分,与 compared to可通用。但两者还是有区别 compare......to.....意为;把……比作;即把两件事物相比较的同时,发现某些方面相似的地方。这两件被比较的事物或人在本质方面往往是截然不同的事物。如 Chairman Mao compared the young people to the morning sun. (毛主席把青年人比作早晨的太阳。 ) compare …… with. ;与……相比,把两件事情相比较,从中找出异同这两件事又往往是同类的,如: Let me compare my homework with yours. (让我把我的功课和你的比较)。另外,询问产品的特性时,可说 Hows your product better than the competitors? (你们的产品与竞争对手相比好在哪里呢?) /201604/434101那曲地区做雕眉多少钱成都大华医学美容医院韩式半永久纹眉多少钱

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