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In these types of dreams you are usually in or near a car or some other type of vehicle which is out of control or has other problems that seem insurmountable. For example, the brakes may have failed, you may have lost control of the steering, or be heading over a cliff or crashing. You can either be the driver or the passenger. This is a very common type of nightmare and it occurs in all people – not just those who can drive. This dream usually means that you are feeling powerless over something in your life – or that you are heading for a crash (metaphorically speaking).不管会不会开车,都会做与车祸有关的噩梦。这个梦表示你遇到了无力解决的障碍,或者即将迎来“大灾”。In the faulty machinery dream you are trying to operate mechanical equipment which either fails to work, or fails to work in the way that you expect it to. The vast majority of these dreams involve a telephone – either trouble dialing, losing a connection, or dialing a wrong number. It can involve a lost Internet connection, or something manual like a jammed or broken machine. This dream often means that you feel you are losing touch with reality, or that a part of your body or mind is not functioning as it should. It can also occur when you are feeling anxious about making a connection with another person in real life.梦见手表、手机什么的东西失灵,表示你感觉自己有些与现实脱轨,或者身体哪里不舒,或者是急于与某人联系。 /201102/126021Bumped-Up HairIf you're thinking about getting bangs but are afraid they're not versatile, get inspired by this style. Gently teasing the roots before brushing them back creates a precise and elegant effect. 想留刘海又担心造型死板么?来把头发全都往上梳!记得往上梳之前将发根弄蓬松,然后就可以很高贵很优雅啦~ /201103/128172Friday has long been regarded as an unlucky day. People have this superstition probably because they believe that Jesus Christ was put to death on the cross on Friday, and also because Friday was for many years the day of execution of criminals, commonly called “hang-man’s day”. Some people will not start a trip on a Friday, especially if it is the 13th day of the month, since 13 men were present at the Last Supper.

If you're wondering where the man of the house has got to, he's probably on the phone. 如果你想在家里找到男人,那么他很可能在电话机旁边。 Men have swopped places with women as the family chatterbox, a survey has found. They dominate the house phone as well as constantly chatting on their mobiles. 一项调查发现,男人和女人掉了个位置,他们更喜欢在家里打电话闲聊。他们霸占家里的电话,或者通过手机滔滔不绝。 The average man is on the phone for 32 minutes a day, up from 22 five years ago. 男人平均打电话的时间由五年前的每天通话22分钟增至了如今的32分钟。 Women, on the other hand, spend a daily average of 26 minutes on the phone, down from 35 in 2002. 与此同时,女人每天打电话的时间从2002年的35分钟降至26分钟。 But it's not because they suddenly have less to say. Women appear to prefer to share their gossip using e-mail and text messages, said the study of 3,500 adults. 这份对3500个成年人的调查显示,女人电话时间缩短并不表示她们突然变得无话可说,而是她们更偏好通过电子邮件和短信的方式来闲聊。 Calling banks or insurance companies, buying tickets and booking restaurant tables were included in the conversations used to calculate the time spent on the phone. Work calls, however, were not. 这份调查不包括涉及工作的电话,但是包括了与或保险公司通话,或是买票和餐馆订座等电话。 Almost three in ten men (29 per cent) said that sport was their favourite topic, followed by 22 per cent who discussed the mysteries of women and 20 per cent the even greater mysteries of money. 将近3/10(29%)的男人表示,运动是他们最喜欢的话题,紧随其后的话题是神秘的女人(22amp;)和比女人更扑朔迷离的金钱(20%)。 A third of women (32 per cent) said they chatted most about men. A similar number said what (and what not) to wear was their main topic of conversation. Other top subjects were mutual friends and making plans to socialise. 1/3(32%)的女人表示,她们谈论最多的是男人。另有大约1/3的人则在谈论穿什么衣。其余的一些热门话题则与朋友、社交计划有关。 The survey, carried out by loyalty card company Nectar and the telecommuncations firm Talk Talk. also came up with the talkers of the towns, or rather the regions. 这项由Nectar会员卡公司和Talk Talk电信公司发起的调查,同时吸引了来自不同城市,甚至不同地域的参与者。 Scotland boasts the biggest chatterboxes with 62 per cent of all adults spending more than 30 minutes a day on the phone. 苏格兰人闲聊电话的时长居各地之首,62%的成年人每天打电话的时间超过半小时。 Those in the South-West and Wales also tend to be hooked on their phones. 而住在英格兰西南部和威尔士的居民往往也喜欢煲电话粥。 /200903/65841

Is there an antidote to anxiety? "I'm very frightened," said Julie White. But she has a remedy: the stretching and deep breathing of yoga. The practice is so calming that after the terror upgrade, White made an upgrade of her own--from one class a day to two. she says, "Yoga is my tranquilizer."”You may find the lotus pose hopelessly warm and fuzzy in the face of terror. But there are a host of activities, from working out to going for a massage, that can temper the anxiety. Many of these techniques have been used for decades, if not centuries; now advances in science are showing they can reduce the hormones associated with stress and even affect brain activity. The common trait among all: maintaining control and recognizing that our concerns are a natural response to the world we live in.The first step toward combating fear is identifying it. Keep in mind that headaches, stomachaches, sleeplessness and rapid heartbeat are all symptoms of anxiety. Confront the emotion head-on by naming it, even saying, "I feel fear about this," says Saki Santorelli, executive director of the University of Massachusetts Medical School's Center for Mindfulness. Acknowledging anxiety makes us less passive, less vulnerable and, as a result, more able to cope.Understand that fear is a component of stress, the complex fight-or-flight response ingrained in us since the cave days. When we're confronted with danger, epinephrine (adrenaline) starts pumping, the heart speeds up, blood pressure increases, breathing quickens.One of the most efficient ways to reduce stress is to focus inward on one thing we can effectively control: our own breath. At the Mind/Body Medical Institute, participants elicit a "relaxation response," repeating a word - anything from "om" to "Hail Mary"--silently as they exhale. In numerous studies, Benson has found that the practice leads to lower blood pressure, slower breathing and an overall calm.Richard Davidson at the University of Wisconsin-Madison recently found that a form of meditative breathing pioneered at the Center for Mindfulness can affect the brain. In a small, soon-to-be-published study, Davidson took brain images of 25 members of a biotech firm who practiced meditation six days a week for eight weeks. He found increased activation in the left side of the prefrontal part of the brain, an area associated with lower anxiety, positive emotion and inhibition of the amygdala, the brain's fear center.If sitting in one position for more than five minutes sounds impossible, you might try yoga. Concentrating on the physical intricacies of different poses forces you to filter out the "endless tape loops of chatter and fear," says Dr. Timothy McCall, medical editor of Yoga Journal, allowing you to be present in the moment. In so doing, you begin to clear the mind of future worries.That experience helps get rid of distorted thinking, says Stanford University psychiatrist Dr. David Burns. What to do in the face of terrorism? Accept your anxiety, but don't let it control you. And certainly don't ruminate on your own. "Anxiety feeds on itself," says Dr. Paul Appelbaum, president of the American Psychiatric Association, so talk to family and friends."Sharing the concern with others can be enormously helpful."”Scientists are finding that it can help to get outside your head completely. In a study of 60 schoolchildren traumatized by Hurricane Andrew, Tiffany Field, director of the University of Miami's Touch Research Institute, found that depression dropped in kids who received 30 minutes of massage twice a week for a month; kids who watched a relaxing showed no improvement. And cortisol levels, the body's marker for stress, declined significantly in the massage group. If massage isn't your thing, go for a vigorous walk, swim or bike ride. Exercise is not only good at keeping you fit; it reduces anxiety and depression, too.It may be difficult, but in troubled times, researchers say, people need to take comfort from life' s simplest pleasures.In a small study at the University of Rochester School of Medicine, Dr. O. J. Sahler found that bone-marrow transplant patients who listened to music reported less pain and nausea, and their transplants took less time to become functional. And, yes, laughter may be good medicine, too. Dr. Lee Berk, of the Loma Linda University School of Public Health, discovered that a group of students who watched a comic for an hour had marked reductions in epinephrine and cortisol levels. "If fear is too great," says Berk,"send in the clowns." Now that's something we can all meditate on. /200812/57595

1.It’s so warm that the dog is chasing the cat, but both are walking!热得都追不动猫了! --South Africa 南非 2.Flies are falling down tired.!热得苍蝇都纷纷落下来! --Czech republic 捷克共和国3.I’m sweating fat! 我在出脂肪! --Denmark 丹麦4.It’s stifling!真闷,让人窒息啊! --Belgium 比利时5.I am leaking!我的身体在滴水啊! --Germany 德国  6.Chicken leg is burning! 鸡腿在燃烧! --Hong Kong 香港         7.It’s raining fire!不是下雨,是在下火啊! --Iran 伊朗                  8.It’s so hot my tongue is hanging out.热的我把舌头耷拉出来了! --Romania 罗马尼亚9.I am sweating like a chicken!汗出得象只鸡! --England 英格兰   /200908/80159

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