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福州晋安博爱医院做复通术多少钱福州附属第一医院检查输卵管造影多少钱Hey, your guys, how about giving me a hand here!嘿,你们这些家伙,帮我一下!The work of Death involves a bit more hustle and bustle than one might imagine死神的工作涉及的比想象的忙碌一点 /201608/460810南平检查精液多少钱 Those who zombie-walk into Starbucks for a caffeine fix are accustomed to a standard look for the baristas: simple black-and-white clothes under a green apron.星巴克务员向来是一身简单的黑白配再加上一条绿围裙。那些迈着僵尸步上门来找一剂咖啡因解脱的客人,对他们这身标准打扮也习以为常了。But a new dress code unveiled by the coffee chain on Monday encourages a new sense of individualism, inviting workers to wear fedoras and beanies, to dye their hair and to incorporate accent ties and socks. The range of acceptable colors for shirts expanded to include gray, navy, dark denim and brown.不过这家连锁咖啡店在周一公布的新装规范,鼓励员工展现个人风格,欢迎他们在上班时戴软呢帽或无边软帽、染头发、搭配抢眼的领带和袜子。公司能接受的衬衫颜色也扩大到灰色、海军蓝、深色牛仔布蓝与棕色。“We’re inviting you to bring your personal taste and handcrafted style to work,” Starbucks told workers in its new policy. “As ambassadors of the Starbucks brand, you should feel proud of your own look as you tie on the green apron.”“我们欢迎你在工作时展现个人品味与手作风格,”星巴克在新的指导方针里告诉员工。“身为星巴克的品牌大使,你在系上绿围裙的时候,也该为自己的外表感到自豪。”Don’t pin it all on millennials — but, yeah, millennials do prefer more relaxed dress codes, and experts say companies in all industries are increasingly loosening their sartorial standards in hopes of keeping workers happy.别把这事都归结为千禧世代的作风──虽然千禧世代确实偏好更宽松的着装规定。专家也表示,各行各业的公司都在放宽装标准,希望员工能保持心情愉快。Younger employees would prefer to go to work with the same set of clothes they wear to hang out with friends, instead of having to buy a potentially expensive wardrobe just for business hours, said Daryl Pigat, a division director at OfficeTeam, a staffing service.人力务公司“办公间团队”(OfficeTeam)的部门总监达利尔#8231;皮加特(Daryl Pigat)说,年轻员工想穿着与朋友出去玩时的衣去上班,而不是被迫去采购可能很昂贵、又只能在办公时间派上用场的装。Also, consider the business role models for millennials. Mark Zuckerberg, for example, often wears a hoodie, not a pinstripe suit.此外,别忘了千禧世代的职场模范人物都是谁。譬如说马克#8231;扎克柏格(Mark Zuckerberg),他就常穿连帽休闲,而不是细条纹西套装。In an OfficeTeam survey of 300 senior managers at American companies with more than 20 employees — it was released in June — half of the managers said employees dressed less formally than they did five years ago. Among workers, 18 percent said they would prefer a formal dress code, 31 said they would prefer business casual, 27 percent said they would like a casual dress code or no dress code, and 23 percent said it didn’t matter.办公间团队对有20名以上员工的美国公司的300位高层管理者做了调查(结果于6月发布),其中有一半的受访者表示,他们员工的穿着和五年前相比已经没那么正式了。员工中则有18%的人表示希望有正式的着装规范,31%喜欢商务休闲装,27%喜欢穿便或希望不要有什么装规定,另外23%的人觉得无所谓。Job seekers aren’t using dress codes as their driving force for picking an employer, but they are considering it while debating how they would fit in, Mr. Pigat said.皮加特说,装规定不是求职者拿来选择雇主的决定性驱力,不过当他们思考自己与公司文化是否契合时,就会把这件事考虑进去。“Everything is becoming a little less formal and a little more personal,” he said. “Everyone has their own stamp on things, and they’re representing their own personal brand now in more ways than one — in social media and, certainly, in the way they present themselves with what they put on in the morning.”“一切都在变得比较不那么中规中矩、比较个性化一些,”皮加特说。“大家会在各种事物上面打上个人印记,用许多方法来呈现个人品牌,比如透过社交媒体。每天一早穿上什么样的衣,当然也是用来表现自我的方式。”For employers, letting employees dress down at least some of the time has become an increasingly standard benefit. In a January survey of 3,490 human resources professionals by the Society for Human Resource Management, 59 percent said their companies allowed casual dress at least once a week, up from 55 percent in 2012. Forty percent of the companies allowed casual dress every day, up from 36 in 2012.对雇主来说,让员工至少能偶尔穿得随兴点,已逐渐成为标准福利了。人力资源管理协会(Society for Human Resource Management)在今年1月对3490名人力资源管理从业者进行调查,受访者中有59%表示,他们的公司每周至少会让员工穿一天便,这个比例在2012年只有55%。40%的公司允许员工每天穿便上班,而在2012年只有36%的公司这么做。In recruiting, companies may have to dress down to keep up, especially for a company like Starbucks that often hires younger employees.在招聘中,公司可能得放宽穿着规定,才能跟得上需要,特别是像星巴克这类经常雇用年轻人的公司。“That’s going to increase your ability to hire faster, and possibly retain employees,” said Edward Yost, an employee benefits expert at the Society for Human Resource Management. “Then you’re likely to see more consistent performance out of each one of those locations.”“这么做会让你更快请到人,也可能更容易留住员工,”人力资源管理协会的员工福利专家爱德华#8231;尤斯特(Edward Yost)说。“这样,各处的员工表现都可能会更稳定。”In 2014, Starbucks relaxed its conservative dress code to include untucked shirts, nose studs, shorts and skirts. The further loosening announced Monday had been tried at some locations, including one in Midtown Manhattan.星巴克在2014年放宽了保守的着装规范,衬衫可以不必掖进裤腰,鼻钉、短裤、裙子也都被允许。周一宣布的更为宽松的规定已经在某些营业点试行过了,其中包括位于曼哈顿中城的一间分店。“This new dress code is what partners have in their closets,” Mario Leon, the manager of the Manhattan location, said in a statement. “It just makes it so much easier. It just makes so much sense.”“新装规定让员工穿他们本来就有的衣,”曼哈顿那间分店的经理马力欧#8231;莱昂(Mario Leon)在一份声明中表示。“让工作着装变得容易多了,也合理多了。”The announcement was met with approval from some current and past baristas on Twitter.星巴克这项新公告也在Twitter上获得了许多现任与前任员工的称许。WHAT IT MEANS新标准意味着什么Starbucks’ new dress code encourages employees to incorporate their personal taste. But some things are off the table.星巴克的新着装标准鼓励员工在工作饰中结合自己的个人品味。但是,有些东西是绝对不行的。Are Tattoos O.K.? Yes. Visible tattoos on the face and neck aren’t allowed, but others are fine as long as they don’t contain “obscene, profane, racist, sexual or objectionable words or imagery.;能不能有纹身?可以。面部和颈部的可见纹身是不允许的,其他地方的没关系,只要它们不含有“淫秽、亵渎、种族主义、有关性的或令人反感的文字和图样”。What About Tongue Studs? No. A small nose stud is O.K. Keep earrings small or moderately sized. Necklaces must be “simple in design” and worn under clothing. Forget the diamond ring. For food-safety reasons, one ring, a plain band, is allowed. Oh, and no watches.那舌钉呢?不行。小的鼻钉是允许的。耳坠应当尽量小一点,以适度为准。项链必须“设计简单”并且佩戴于衣里面。钻戒就别想了。出于食品安全原因,员工只能佩戴一枚没有装饰的戒指。对了,禁止带手表。Can They #39;Pin It#39; for a Cause? Again, no. Baristas are not permitted to wear pins for political, religious or personal causes.他们能因为某种原因佩戴徽章吗?也是不能的。咖啡师不允许因为政治、宗教或个人原因佩戴徽章。What About Hygiene? The company asks employees to make sure fingernails are clean and of moderate length, and to bathe and use deodorant, of course.卫生要求呢?公司要求员工保指甲干净、长度适中,当然,还必须定期洗澡和使用除味剂。 /201608/458759Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you…THE CHEERIO CHALLENGE.女士们先生们,我要给你们看看“CHEERIO麦圈挑战”。The challenge is simple:挑战很简单:1. Get a box of Cheerios.拿一盒CHEERIO麦圈。2. Sneak up beside your sleeping baby.悄悄靠近熟睡的宝宝。3. One at time, stack as many Cheerios as you can on their head.一次放一个,尽可能在他们头上多堆几个麦圈。It takes skill. It takes agility.这需要技巧,需要动作敏捷。You must have the stealth of a jungle cat.你必须要有丛林猫科动物的隐秘身手。Patrick Quinn, founder of Life of Dad, a social network for dads, told BuzzFeed that he got the idea for the challenge from playing with his 3-week-old son, Maxton.帕特里克·奎因是针对爸爸的社交网站“Life of Dad”(爸爸的生活)的创始人,他对BuzzFeed网站记者说他是在和3周大的儿子马克斯顿玩的时候产生这个挑战的灵感的。;I put one Cheerio on his nose, and then tried to see how many I could stack, and it kind of just went from there,; Quinn said.奎因说:“我把一个麦圈放在他鼻子上,然后想试试看我能放多少个,结果就有了这个挑战。”Since then, the #CheerioChallenge has blown up, with tons of people sending photos of their attempts to the Life of Dad Facebook page.自从那时起#麦圈挑战#就流行开了,很多人都把他们所做尝试的图片发到了“Life of Dad”的脸书上。So far, the record is 16 Cheerios in a single stack, which two dads have achieved so far.到目前为止,单次堆积最多的记录是16个麦圈,有两个爸爸做到了。;That seems to be the Everest of Cheerio stacking,; Quinn said. ;I don#39;t even know how it#39;s possible.;奎因说:“这可能就是堆麦圈的最大高度了,我都不知道怎么可能堆那么多。”Some dads who haven#39;t had Cheerios on hand have gotten creative with the challenge.有些手头没有麦圈的爸爸有了别的挑战创意。This dad went for three Reese#39;s cups and a gummy frog.这个爸爸摞了三个锐滋巧克力杯和一个青蛙橡皮糖。Some have gone for a full-body, multi-stack technique.有些人还拥有完成全身多层堆叠的技巧。Amazing.真令人震惊。Others have taken great risks, stacking Cheerios upon their babies who are awake.其他人还冒险尝试,在孩子醒着的时候把麦圈堆在宝宝身上。Flawless execution.圆满完成。;The real challenge of the Cheerio Challenge is stifling your own laughter,; Quinn said.奎因说:“麦圈挑战真正的难度在于要憋住笑。”Quinn said he couldn#39;t stack more than five Cheerios without cracking up laughing and toppling the whole tower over.奎因说他最多放到五个麦圈就会笑场,弄倒了已经堆好的麦圈。;It#39;s much harder than you#39;d think,; he said.他说:“这比你想的要难得多。”How many Cheerios can YOU stack on your baby?你能在你家宝宝身上堆几个麦圈? /201607/452651福州哪里做造影好

南平检查排卵去那好Amsterdam, Netherlands 荷兰阿姆斯特丹Start-ups are increasing in this city along with more innovative co-working spaces.随着阿姆斯特丹公用办公场所日益革新,这座城市的新兴企业也逐渐增多。Nomads love the nightlife, the overall friendliness and the air quality.这儿的夜生活,城市的整体友好度以及空气质量得到了数字游牧民的青睐。But settling in Amsterdam is not necessarily cheap.但生活在阿姆斯特丹也绝不会少花钱。Monthly estimated costs: ,628每月估计开销:3628美元Prague, Czech Republic 捷克布拉格It#39;s hard to beat the scenery of Prague with its majestic architecture and historic streets.宏伟的建筑和古老的街道让布拉格成为一道难以与之媲美的风景。The city was highly rated for being friendly to women, great nightlife and entertainment.布拉格对女性十分友好,夜生活精,项目丰富,获得了数字游牧民极高的评价。But it scored poorly for air quality, racial tolerance and English-speaking.但是这座城市在空气质量、种族包容性以及英语普及度方面评分较低。Monthly estimated costs: ,179每月估计开销:2179美元 /201608/462810福州治男人无精去那最好 For his bookshop and website One Grand Books, the editor Aaron Hicklin asked people to name the 10 books they’d take with them if they were marooned on a desert island. The next in the series is Bill Gates, who shares his list exclusively with T. (Through May 22, One Grand is hosting a pop-up shop at Industry City in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.) As Gates says: “If you’re going to get marooned on a desert island, I guess you can’t exactly choose when it happens to you. But if I’m shipwrecked this summer, I hope I’ll have these five terrific books I recently — which I just shared on my blog — as well as five all-time favorites with me.”为了他的书店和网站One Grand Books,编辑阿伦·希克林(Aaron Hicklin)向人们提出一个问题:如果被困荒岛上,他们会带哪10本书。在这一系列中,即将出场的是比尔·盖茨(Bill Gates),他向T独家分享了自己的书单(One Grand在布鲁克林日落公园[Sunset Park]的工业城[Industry City]开设了一家游击店,持续至5月22日)。就像盖茨说的:“如果你会被困荒岛,我猜在那一刻你不可能选择。但是,如果今年夏天我乘船失事,我希望手上有我最近读的五本很棒的书——我已经在自己的客上分享了这几本书——还有我一直钟爱的五本书。”“Seveneves,” Neal Stephenson《启示录七夕》(Seveneves),尼尔·斯蒂芬森(Neal Stephenson)This novel about how the human race responds to the end of life on Earth rekindled my love for sci-fi. Some ers will lose patience with all the technical details about orbits and spaceflight, but for me, it’s an engrossing and thought-provoking story.这本讲述人类如何应对地球生物末日的小说重新点燃了我对科幻的热爱。有些读者可能会对书中的轨道和航天飞行等技术细节失去耐心,但是对我来说,这是一个扣人心弦、引人深思的故事。“How Not to be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking,” Jordan Ellenberg《魔鬼数学:大数据时代,数学思维的力量》(How Not to be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking),乔丹·艾伦伯格(Jordan Ellenberg)A mathematician explains how math plays into our daily lives without our even knowing it. The writing is funny, smooth and accessible — not what you might expect from a book on this subject. Ellenberg’s larger point is that there are ways in which we’re all doing math, all the time.一位数学家向我们解释,数学如何在我们日常生活中悄无声息地发挥作用。本书行文有趣、流畅、易懂——跟你想象中此类主题的书不同。艾伦伯格更宏大的观点是,我们所有人,每时每刻,都在做数学题,通过某些方式。“Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind,” Yuval Noah Harari《人类简史:从动物到上帝》(Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind),尤瓦尔·诺亚·赫拉利(Yuval Noah Harari)This look at the entire history of the human race sparked lots of great conversations at our family’s dinner table. Harari also writes about our species today and how artificial intelligence, genetic engineering and other technologies will change us in the future.这本关于人类历史的书在我家餐桌上引发了很多精的对话。赫拉利也谈到人类的现状,以及人工智能和基因工程等技术在未来会如何改变我们。“The Power to Compete,” Ryoichi Mikitani and Hiroshi Mikitani《竞争的力量》(The Power to Compete),良一谷浩史(Ryoichi Mikitani)和三木谷浩史(Hiroshi Mikitani)Why was Japan, the juggernaut of the 1980s, eclipsed by South Korea and China? And can its economy come back? A smart look at the future of a fascinating country.为什么20世纪80年代的世界强国日本会被韩国和中国赶超?它的经济能东山再起吗?这本书对这个迷人国度的未来给出了一些睿智的洞察。“The Vital Question,” Nick Lane《至关重要的问题》(The Vital Question),尼克·莱恩(Nick Lane)I wish more people knew about this British biologist’s work. He is trying to get people to fully appreciate the role energy plays in the evolution of life on Earth (and, maybe, other places). Even if he turns out to be wrong about certain details, I suspect his ideas will be seen as an important contribution to our understanding of where we come from, and where are we going.我希望有更多人了解这位英国生物学家的工作。他努力让人们充分认识到能量在地球(可能也包括其他地方)生命进化过程中发挥的作用。虽然书中的一些细节被明是错误的,但我认为,他的观点可能将对我们理解人类的起源和未来具有重要贡献。“Business Adventures: Twelve Classic Tales from the World of Wall Street,” John Brooks《商业冒险:华尔街的12个经典故事》(Business Adventures: Twelve Classic Tales from the World of Wall Street),约翰·布鲁克斯(John Brooks)Warren Buffett gave me this fantastic collection of articles that Brooks wrote for The New Yorker. Although Brooks was writing in the 1960s, his insights are timeless and a reminder that the rules for running a great company don’t change. I it more than two decades ago, and it’s still my pick for the best business book ever.沃伦·巴菲特(Warren Buffett)向我推荐了布鲁克斯为《纽约客》(The New Yorker)撰写的这一系列精文章。虽然它们写于20世纪60年代,但布鲁克斯的深刻见解永不过时,时刻提醒我们,管理伟大公司的原则不会改变。我20多年前读了这本书,但它今天仍是我的最佳商业书籍之选。“The Great Gatsby,” F. Scott Fitzgerald《了不起的盖茨比》(The Great Gatsby),F·斯科特·菲茨杰拉德(F. Scott Fitzgerald)The novel that I re the most. Melinda and I love one line so much that we had it painted on a wall in our house: “His dream must have seemed so close that he could hardly fail to grasp it.”它是我重读遍数最多的小说。我和梅琳达(Melinda)很喜欢书中的一句话,我们把它涂到了家里的墙上:“他的梦一定就像是近在眼前,他几乎不可能抓不住的。”“Parenting With Love and Logic,” Foster Cline and Jim Fay《培养小孩的责任感》(Parenting With Love and Logic),福斯特·克林(Foster Cline)和吉姆·费(Jim Fay)As the parents of three children, Melinda and I have spent a lot of time ing and discussing this book. It has been an invaluable guide for both of us, especially when it comes to de-escalating those inevitable conflicts between parents and kids.作为三个孩子的父母,我和梅琳达花了很多时间阅读和讨论这本书。它对我俩都有宝贵的指导作用,尤其是在缓解父母和孩子之间不可避免的冲突之时。“Sustainable Energy — Without the Hot Air,” David JC MacKay《可持续能源:事实与真相》(Sustainable Energy — Without the Hot Air),戴维·JC·麦凯(David JC MacKay)A fantastic guide to thinking more numerically about clean energy, and the most accessible explanation of this subject that I’ve seen. I still refer to it myself, which is a bittersweet experience now — David died in April, at the age of 48.这是一本从数字的角度思考清洁能源的精指南,也是我见过的对这一主题比较容易理解的阐释。我依然经常参考它,现在这成了苦乐参半的体验——戴维今年4月过世,年仅48岁。“The Better Angels of Our Nature,” Steven Pinker《人性中的善良天使:暴力为什么会减少》(The Better Angels of Our Nature),斯蒂芬·平克(Steven Pinker)Proof that the world is becoming more peaceful. It’s not just a question for historians, but a profound statement about human nature and the possibility for a better future. This book may have shaped my outlook more than any other.这本书明,世界正变得更和平。它不仅是史学家们思考的一个问题,而且是对人性以及更美好未来可能性的深刻宣言。这本书对我世界观的塑造可能超过其他任何一本书。 /201605/445522福州去那家医院治疗早泄最好

宁德去哪做输卵管疏通 The population of Seoul fell under 10m for the first time in nearly three decades due to soaring housing prices in the city.因房价飞涨,首尔市的人口近30年来首次下降至1000万以下。Seoul#39;s population came to 9,995,784 as of the end of May, down 7,195 from a month earlier, according to the data released by the South Korean Ministry of the Interior. It has not dropped below the 10m mark since the capital became a mega city in 1988.韩国内政部近日发布的数据显示,截至5月底,首尔的人口为999.5784万人,环比下降7195人。自1988年首都首尔成为超大城市以来,该市人口从未跌破1000万大关。The number has been decreasing for 15 consecutive months since March last year, according to data.根据数据显示,自去年3月以来,该数字已连续15个月下降。;The drop below the symbolic 10-million mark in population is a new change,; said Eun Ki-soo, a professor at Seoul National University. ;Considering the decrease in overall population due to the nationwide low birthrate and exorbitant housing costs, it is unlikely that Seoul will be able to regain the 10-million mark down the road.;国立首尔大学的恩基秀教授表示:“人口下滑至里程碑性的千万以下是一个新的转变。鉴于韩国全国的出生率继续走低及租房费用过高,今后首尔人口很难保持千万水平”According to moving-in reports made by those who left Seoul, housing was the most frequently cited reason, said Lee Ji-yeon, an official at Statistics Korea.韩国统计局官员李智妍表示,根据离开首尔的人所做的迁移报告,住房是他们最常提到的离开原因。;Previously, birthrate often contributed to the increase in Seoul#39;s population, but now with the low birthrate trend, it (population) is mostly decided by people moving,; she added.李智妍补充道:;以前出生率是首尔人口增长的主要原因,但如今,在低出生率的趋势下,人口数量主要是由人口流动决定的。;The government#39;s recent data showed that the fertility rate, or the average number of babies that a woman is projected to have during her lifetime, stood at 1.24 in 2014, well below the proper level of 1.8 needed to sustain the current population.根据政府的最新数据显示,生育率或者说一个女人一生中的平均生育数,在2014年是1.24,低于维持当前人口所需的适当水平:1.8。Meanwhile, the population in Gyeonggi Province, surrounding the capital, increased by 6.85 percent to some 12.5 million from 11.7 million in 2010, the data showed.同时,根据数据显示,地理上包围首尔的京畿道的人口从2010年的1170万人增加了6.85%,达到了1250万。 /201606/450170福州医科大学治不孕多少钱福州看弱精去那好

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