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  • A Soldier#39;s Brilliant Idea士兵坐飞机有美女陪伴的高招 Mr. Robinson had to travel somewhere on business, and as he was in a hurry, he decided to go by air. He liked sitting beside a window when he was flying, so when he got on to the plane, he looked for a window seat. He found all of them had aly had been taken except for one. There was a soldier sitting in the seat beside this one, and Mr. Robinson was surprised that he had not taken the one by the window; but, anyhow, he at once went towards it.由于生意方面的事,罗宾逊先生得出趟门。因为有点紧急,他决定坐飞机。乘机旅行时,他喜欢靠窗坐,故而一登机,他就寻找一个靠窗的座位。他发现只有一个靠窗的座位还空着。在那空座位边坐着一名士兵。令罗宾逊先生纳闷的是,这位士兵没有坐靠窗的位置。罗宾逊先生不管那些,他马上径直朝那个空座位走去。 When he reached it, however, he saw that there was a notice on it. It was written in ink and said, ;This seat is preserved for proper load balance, thank you.; Mr Robinson had never seen such an unusual notice in a plane before, but he thought that the plane must be carrying something particularly heavy in it, so he walked on and found another empty seat, not beside a window, to sit in.然而,等到了那儿,他看见座位上有则启事,是用钢笔写的:“为保持装载平衡,特预设该位置,谢谢合作。”罗宾逊先生还从来没有在飞机上见过如此不同寻常的启事。不过,他想飞机上一定装了什么特别重的物品,于是他找了个不靠窗的位置。Two or three people tried to sit in the window seat beside the soldier, but they too the notice and went on, when the plane was nearly full, a very beautiful girl hurried into the plane. The soldier, who was watching the passengers coming in, quickly took the notice off the seat beside himself and in this way succeededin having the company of the girl during the whole trip.又有两三个乘客试图坐在那个士兵旁的靠窗座位上,他们看到那则启事就走开了。当快满座时,一位非常美丽的姑娘匆匆走进机舱。一直在注意进舱旅客的那个士兵赶紧拿掉他旁边空座位上的启事。士兵用这种办法,成功地找到了一位姑娘一路作伴。 /201206/185567
  • Dentists who recommend that patients chew sugar-free gum after meals may need to rethink their advice, after scientists found the habit could actually erode teeth. 那些推荐自己的病人饭后嚼口香糖的牙科医生现在需要重新考虑一下这样的意见了,因为科学家们发现这样的习惯很有可能腐蚀牙齿。 A study review in the British Dental Journal found there is a 'hidden risk' in sugar-free products that are promoted as "tooth friendly". 英国牙科杂志近期的一项研究表明,那些所谓的无糖食品其实并不是对牙齿有益的。 A team, from the universities of Boston, Helsinki and Souther Nevada, examined the role of sugar substitutes used in products to tackle tooth decay. 来自赫尔辛基和南内华达州的波士顿大学的研究队伍对糖代品是否对蛀牙有用进行了实验。 They found there was an unrecognised risk of acidic flavouring in sugar-free candies and beverages. 他们发现在那些无糖的糖果和饮料中,有不可辨认的酸性物质。 They said a group of substitutes of sugar alcohols or polyols including xylitol and sorbitol can reduce the risk of cavities. 他们说,但是一些替代品或是多元醇例如木糖醇和山梨糖醇会减少蛀牙。 However, they also increase mouth acidity which erodes dental enamel - the tooth's hard protective coating. This is especially true if they contain fruit flavourings. 但是,这同样会由于增加了口腔酸性而腐蚀牙齿的保护膜,牙釉质。水果口味的尤其是这样。 A spokesperson for the chewing gum company Wrigley, said: 'Scientific studies, including the report in the British Dental Journal, are all clear that chewing sugar free gum provides many oral health and dental benefits by stimulating the production of saliva. 一位来自箭牌口香糖公司的发言人说,“包括英国牙科杂志在内的所有的科学研究都明,嚼无糖口香糖由于刺激唾液分泌会对口腔及牙齿健康有所帮助。”   "Unless people are chewing an excessively large amount of sugar free gum every day, they shouldn't worry about the issues raised in the report, such as the potential for a laxative effect or the calorific content." “除非人们每天过量的吃口香糖,否则他们根本不必考虑这个问题。 Commenting on the findings, the British Dental Association's Scientific Adviser, Professor Damien Walmsley, told Mail Online: 'This research reminds us of the importance of exercising caution when consuming acidic fruit-flavoured foods, even if they are sugar-free, as excessive use of these outside meal times may increase the risk of developing tooth erosion. 英国牙科学会的科学顾问,达米恩·华姆斯利这样告诉每日邮报的:“这个研究提醒我们在吃酸味及水果味的东西是要保持谨慎,即使他们都是无糖的,饭后过量食用这些东西也许真的会增加我们患牙齿疾病的风险。” "Chewing sugar-free gum after meals can reduce the risk of dental decay, but if you also want to avoid dental erosion it is important not to pick the fruit-flavoured varieties. " “饭后吃无糖的口香糖也许会帮助延缓牙齿的腐蚀,但是你想真正保持健康的牙齿,那还是拒绝那些所谓的水果口味的东西吧。”   "It is also important to brush your teeth twice a day using fluoride toothpaste, waiting an hour to do so after meals, and to visit your dentist regularly." “每天用含氟牙膏刷牙两次也是非常重要的,记住要在饭后一个小时后也要这样做,还有,不要忘记了定期去看牙医。” /201110/157984
  • 新加坡《联合早报》记者:我想请问关于“十二五”规划的问题。我们留意到中国的知识界对于“十二五”规划给予了很高的评价,认为它为中国的未来指明了更好的方向。但是中国有一句话叫知易行难。转变经济增长方式这个概念从上个世纪90年代中期一直提到今天,请问温总理,您认为“十二五”规划要得到真正地实施,真正地贯彻落实,最难的地方在哪里?Lianhe Zaobao of Singapore: My question is about the 12th Five-Year Plan. We have seen that the academic community has spoken highly of this plan, holding the view that it charts the course for China#39;s future development. But we also know that as the Chinese saying goes, ;It is easy to identify a problem, but difficult to act on it;. The concept of transforming the economic development pattern has been repeatedly mentioned since the middle of the 1990s. Mr. Premier, what poses the biggest difficulty in ensuring the effective implementation of the 12th Five-Year Plan?温家宝:你提到转变发展方式知易行难,最难难在什么地方?我以为难在两个方面:一是观念,一是创新机制和干部考核的标准。所谓创新机制,就是要建立和完善鼓励科技进步、人才成长的机制,决定一个国家发展的主要在教育和科技。我一直强调,中国的振兴不单在经济总量,根本在人才和科技进步。通过改革促进产学研的结合。我以为有两个数字比GDP更为重要,一是教育经费占国内生产总值的比重;一是研发经费占国内生产总值的比重。这两条就决定了我们这个民族和国家的创新力量,这才是最有力、最持久、最可靠的发展因素。所谓观念,就是要彻底转变唯GDP的观念。推动经济社会发展,改善人民生活,需要不断地增加经济总量,但是这种总量的增加不能以过度地消耗资源、能源和污染环境为代价。那样不仅不可持续,而且会给我们子孙后代造成影响。与它相关的就是干部政绩的考核。我以为对干部政绩的考核,不仅要看一个地区的经济总量,而且要看经济与社会发展的协调,社会事业的发展和社会的进步,公平正义和人民生活的改善。如果不彻底从根本上解决这两条,我们现在制定的规划也是难以实现的.Premier Wen Jiabao: We have set the goal of transforming China#39;s economic development pattern. As you rightly put it in your question, it is easy to identify a problem, but it is difficult to act on it. You asked what poses the biggest difficulty in implementing the plan. The difficulty lies in two aspects. One is about the mindset. The other is innovation mechanism and criteria for evaluating the performance of government officials. With respect to innovation mechanisms, it is important to establish and improve mechanisms for encouraging science and technology advances and cultivating talents, as education, science and technology play an essential role in the development of a country. I have always emphasized that to achieve China#39;s revitalization, it is not just about how big the economy is. It is also, and more importantly, about the quality of our human resources and how much progress we have made in science and technology development. It is important that we carry out reform to combine the efforts of the industry, the academia and research institutions. I believe two figures are even more important than the GDP. One is the proportion of expenditure on education in GDP and the other is the proportion of research and development expenditure in GDP. Both determine the innovation capabilities of our country. They are the strongest and most reliable source of China#39;s sustained development. With respect to the mindset, it is important that we abandon the GDP worship mindset. To promote economic and social progress and improve people#39;s livelihood, it is important to grow the economy. However, our economic growth must not come at the expense of over-consumption of resources and energy and environmental pollution. That kind of development is not sustainable and will bring adverse impact to our children and grandchildren. A related aspect is the evaluation system for government officials#39; performance. We need to ensure that in evaluating their performance, we take into account not only the economic aggregates of the places where they work but also whether there is coordinated economic and social development, whether social programs have been advanced, whether social fairness and justice have been promoted, and whether the people are leading a better life. If we do not address these two aspects fundamentally, it will be difficult for us to achieve the full implementation of our plan. /201204/178584
  • The Big Baby "You'll have to take care of the baby today," a woman told her husband . " I'm not feeling well."  "Then you must stay in bed and rest, dear. " her husband said. "I'll be pleased to look after our baby. "  "Thank you. I'll have a quiet day and I'll soon get better. " his wife told him.  "Shall I do the shopping for you as well?" her husband asked.  She was very pleased and said, "That will help me very much. I'll give you a list of things to buy. "  She wrote out the list and gave it to him.  "You can get all these things at the supermarket," she said.  "You can put the baby in the shopping cart, then you won't have to leave him outside."  The man took the baby to the supermarket and put him in the shopping cart. Then he pushed the shopping cart along the rows of things to buy and looked for those that were on his list.  At first all was well, but then the baby began to cry.  Then he started to scream.  And scream!  And SCREAM!  "Keep calm ,George, " the man said. "Don't get excited. Don't shout, George. Don't lose your temper, George.  A woman in the supermarket heard him saying these things. She walked up to him.  "I think you are wonderful," she said. "You are so patient with your little George. "  "Madam, " the man said, "I'm George. He's Edward. 大婴儿  “今天你得照看孩子,”女人对丈夫说,“我身体不舒。”  “亲爱的,那你呆在床上休息,”丈夫说,“我很高兴照顾我们的孩子。”  “谢谢。今天我将清静一下了,我很快就会好点的。”  “我为你去买东西,好吗?”  她很高兴地说:“这帮我很大忙呢。我给你列个要买的东西的单子。”  她列好单子,递给他。  “在超级市场你能买到这些东西,”她说。  “你把孩子放在购物手推车里,就不用把孩子留在外面了。”  男人带着孩子到超市,把他放在推车里。然后推着车子沿着货架走,寻找单子列出的东西。  开始一切都进行得很顺利,接着孩子开始哭起来。  然后孩子开始尖声喊叫。  尖叫。  又尖叫。  “保持镇静,乔治,”男人说,“不要冲动。不要喊叫,乔治。不要发脾气,乔治。”  一个女人在超市听到他说的这些话。她走到他跟前。  “我觉得你真不错,“她说,”你对你的小乔治真有耐心。”  “夫人,”男人说,“我是乔治,他是爱德华。” /201107/144445
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