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泉州市医院排名泉州市公立三甲医院人流手术费多少钱泉州做人流哪里好 Henry Ford Made the Automobile Industry an Important Part of the Nation's EconomyFord's "Model T" was the last of the early cars in the brave, new world of automobile development.ANNOUNCER:People in America, a program in Special English on the Voice of America. Every week at this time, we tell the story of a person important in the history of the ed States. Today, Steve Ember and Frank Oliver complete the story of industrialist Henry Ford.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE: The Ford 'Model T' In nineteen-oh-three, a doctor in Detroit, Michigan, bought the first car from the Ford Motor Company. That sale was the beginning of Henry Ford's dream. He wanted to build good, low-priced cars for the general public. As he said many times: "I want to make a car that anybody can buy." To keep prices low, Henry Ford decided that he would build just one kind of car. He called it the "Model T. " VOICE TWO:The "Model T" was y for sale in October, nineteen-oh-eight. The "Model T" cost eight hundred fifty dollars. It was a simple machine that drivers could depend on. Doctors bought the "Model T. " So did farmers. Even criminals. They considered it the fastest and surest form of transportation. Americans loved the "Model T. " They wrote stories and songs about it. Thousands of "Model T's" were built in the first few years. The public wanted the car. And Henry Ford made more and more. VOICE ONE:To Make the "Model T,' Ford built the largest factory of its time. Inside the factory, car parts moved to the workers exactly when they needed them. Other factories moved some parts to the workers. But Ford was the first to design his factory completely around this system. Production rose sharply.As production rose, Ford lowered prices. By nineteen sixteen, the price had dropped to three hundred forty-five dollars. The last step in Ford's production success was to raise his workers' pay. His workers had always earned about two dollars for ten hours of work. That was the same daily rate as at other factories.With wages the same everywhere, factory workers often changed jobs. Henry Ford wanted loyal workers who would remain. He raised wages to five dollars a day. VOICE TWO:That made Henry Ford popular with working men. He became popular with car buyers in nineteen thirteen when he gave back fifty dollars to each person who had bought a Ford car. Henry Ford was demonstrating his idea that if workers received good wages, they became better buyers. And if manufactures sold more products, they could lower prices and still earn money. This system worked for Ford because people continued to demand his "Model T. " And they had the money to buy it. But what would happen when people no longer wanted the "Model T," or did not have the money? (MUSIC)VOICE ONE:In nineteen nineteen, Henry was involved in a dispute with the other people who owned stock in the Ford Motor Company. In the end, Henry bought the stock of the other investors. He gained complete control of the company.The investors did not do badly, however. An investment of ten thousand dollars when the company was first established produced a return of twenty-five million dollars. A few years later, another group of investors offered Ford one thousand million dollars for the company. But he was not interested in selling. He wanted complete control of the company that had his name. In a sense, Henry Ford was the company. VOICE TWO:Henry's son, Edsel, was named president of the company before nineteen twenty. No one truly believed that Edsel was running the company. Whatever Edsel said, people believed he was speaking for his father. In nineteen twenty-three, fifty-seven percent of the cars produced in America were "Model T" fords. About half the cars produced in the world were Fords. Taxicabs in Hong Kong. Most of the cars in South America. Never before -- or since -- has one car company so controlled world car production. VOICE ONE:The success of the Ford Motor Company permitted Henry Ford to work on other projects. He became a newspaper publisher. He bought a railway. He built airplanes. He helped build a hospital. He even ran for the ed States Senate. Some of Henry's projects were almost unbelievable. For example, he tried to end World War One by sailing to Europe with a group of peace supporters. (MUSIC)VOICE TWO:While Henry Ford enjoyed his success, a dangerous situation was developing. Other companies began to sell what only Ford had been selling: good, low-priced cars. Ford's biggest competitor was the General Motors Company. General Motors produced the Chevrolet automobile.Ford's "Model T" was still a dependable car. But it had not changed in years. People said the "Model T" engine was too loud. They said it was too slow. The Chevrolet, however, had a different look every year. And you could pay for one over a long period of time. Ford demanded full payment at the time of sale. Ford's share of the car market began to fall. VOICE ONE:Everyone at Ford agreed that the "Model T" must go. Henry Ford disagreed. And it was his decision that mattered. Finally, in nineteen twenty-six, even Henry admitted that the age of the "Model T" was over. A new Ford was needed. A year later, the "Model T" was gone. Strangely enough, people mourned its end. They did not want to buy it anymore. But they recognized that the "Model T" was the last of the first cars in the brave new world of automobile development. The success of Ford's new cars did not last long. After nineteen-thirty, Ford would always be second to General Motors. (MUSIC)VOICE TWO:In nineteen twenty-nine, the ed States suffered a great economic recession. Many businesses failed. Millions of people lost their jobs. In nineteen thirty-one, the Ford Motor Company sold only half as many cars as it had the year before. It lost thirty-seven million dollars. Working conditions at Ford grew worse. In nineteen thirty-two, hungry, unemployed men marched near the Ford factory. Police, firefighters and Ford security guards tried to stop them with sticks, high-pressure water and guns. Four of the marchers died, and twenty were wounded. Newspapers all over the ed States condemned the police, firefighters and security guards for attacking unarmed men. And to make a bad situation worse, Ford dismissed all workers who attended funeral services for the dead. VOICE ONE:More violence was to come. For several years, automobile workers had been attempting to form a labor union. Union leaders negotiated first with America's two other major automobile makers: the Chrysler Company and General Motors. Those companies quickly agreed to permit a union in their factories. That left Ford alone to fight against the union. And fight he did. VOICE TWO:In nineteen thirty-seven, union organizers were passing out pamphlets to workers at the Ford factory. Company security guards struck. They were led by the chief of security, Harry Bennett. Harry Bennett knew nothing about cars. But he did know what Henry Ford wanted done. And he did it. Bennett's power came from Henry. The only person who might have had the power to stop Bennett was Henry's son, Edsel, who was president of the company. But Edsel himself was fighting Henry and his unwillingness to change. Bennett's power in the company continued to grow. His violence against the union of automobile workers also grew.The Ford Motor Company did not agree to negotiate with the union until nineteen forty-one. Henry Ford accepted an agreement. If he had not, his company would have lost millions of dollars in government business. VOICE ONE:In nineteen forty-three, Edsel Ford died. With Edsel gone, Henry again became president of the Ford Motor Company. It was difficult to know if Henry or Harry Bennett was running the company. America was at war. And Henry was eighty years old -- too old to deal with the problems of wartime production. And Bennett knew nothing at all about production. So Henry's grandson, also Henry Ford, was recalled from the Navy to run the company. Young Henry's first act was to dismiss Harry Bennett. VOICE TWO:Old Henry Ford retired from business. His thoughts were in the past. He died in his sleep in nineteen forty-seven, at the age of eighty-three.Henry Ford was not the first man whose name was given to an automobile. But his name -- more than any other -- was linked to that machine. And his dream changed the lives of millions of people.Some still wonder if Henry Ford was a simple man who seemed difficult -- or a difficult man who seemed simple. No one, however, questions the fact that he made the automobile industry one of the great industries in the world.(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:You have been listening to the Special English program People in America. Your narrators were Steve Ember and Frank Oliver. Our program was written by Richard Thorman. I'm Ray Freeman. Article/200803/31764惠安县妇幼保健院在线医生咨询

泉州新阳光女子医院咨询One wild cart ride later they stood blinking in the sunlight outside Gringotts. Harry didn#39;t know where to run first now that he had a bag full of money. He didn#39;t have to know how many Galleons there were to a pound to know that he was holding more money than he#39;d had in his whole life ; more money than even Dudley had ever had.又一阵狂暴的小车旅程之后,一眨眼功夫他们就站在了古灵阁门外一片阳光灿烂的景象中,一开始哈利都不知道向哪边走,倒并不是说因为他现在拥有一大包的钱,他根本没必要知道多少金加隆等于多少英镑以确定他拥有的比他曾经所拥有的还要多的钱,这些钱也比德思礼所有的还要多。;Might as well get yer uniform,; said Hagrid, nodding toward Madam Malkin#39;s Robes for All Occasions. ;Listen, Harry, would yeh mind if I slipped off fer a pick-me-up in the Leaky Cauldron? I hate them Gringotts carts.; He did still look a bit sick, so Harry entered Madam Malkin#39;s shop alone, feeling nervous.;现在也可以买你的衣了。;海格冲着标有;适合各种场合的魔法长袍;字样的装店点了点头,;听着,哈利,如果我离开一会儿去#39;破釜#39;酒吧喝酒,你介不介意?我实在很讨厌那些古灵阁的小车。;他的确看上去脸色很差,好像生病了,所以哈利一个人进了马金夫人的店,有一点点紧张。Madam Malkin was a squat, smiling witch dressed all in mauve.马金夫人其实是矮胖、和善的女魔法师,一身淡紫色。;Hogwarts, dear?; she said, when Harry started to speak. ;Got the lot here ; another young man being fitted up just now, in fact.;;亲爱的,是霍格沃茨学校的吗?;哈利刚要开口说话,马金夫人便说:;你会在这里买到很多你需要的东西。事实上,刚刚就有一个青年人在这儿购买学校制。;In the back of the shop, a boy with a pale, pointed face was standing on a footstool while a second witch pinned up his long black robes. Madam Malkin stood Harry on a stool next to him slipped a long robe over his head, and began to pin it to the right length.在店铺的后面,一个面色苍白的尖脸男孩子站在板凳上,而另一个女魔法师正在缝制他的黑色的长法饱,马金夫人让哈利站到那男孩旁边的板凳上,把一件长法施从他头上套下去,开始把它裁剪到恰当的长度。;Hello,; said the boy, ;Hogwarts, too?;;嗨!;男孩说道:;你也是去霍格沃茨上学的吗?;;Yes,; said Harry.;是的。;哈利答道。;My father#39;s next door buying my books and mother#39;s up the street looking at wands,; said the boy. He had a bored, drawling voice. ;Then I#39;m going to drag them off to took at racing brooms. I don#39;t see why first years can#39;t have their own. I think I#39;ll bully father into getting me one and I#39;ll smuggle it in somehow.;;我爸爸正在隔壁帮我买书而妈妈正在帮我找魔杖。;男孩说,他的声音显得无精打采,;待会我还要拽着他们去买飞天扫帚,找不明白为什么第一年的新生不能拥有他们自己的扫帚,我想,我得设法让爸爸给我买一把扫帚,然后偷偷带去学校。;Harry was strongly reminded of Dudley.哈利不禁想起了达力。;Have you got your own broom?; the boy went on.;你有自己的扫帚了吗?;男孩继续问道。;No,; said Harry.;没有。;哈利答。;Play Quidditch at all?;;玩过魁地奇没有?;;No,; Harry said again, wondering what on earth Quidditch could be.;没有。;哈利很想知道魁地奇是什么东西。福建省泉州市妇幼医院社保卡 A 36-year-old man stormed into the Ramona post office yelling at everyone to get out of his way. Carrying a shotgun, he climbed up onto the countertop and told everyone to lie on the floor. Then he pulled the trigger and fired a round into the ceiling. Plaster splattered onto the floor and the customers.The man ordered all the customers and employees to sit up and look at him. He said, "Repeat after me: I hate the post office!" Everyone repeated the words. He fired another round, but this one he aimed at the front plate glass window. Shattered glass went everywhere.Three minutes later, five police cars pulled up in front of the post office, lights flashing and sirens wailing. Using a bullhorn, a police officer told the man to walk out backwards with his hands up. The man fired another blast out the shattered window. The police officer and his bullhorn were uninjured. However, one police car had three little pit marks in it.The man yelled, "I'm not coming out until the post office pays me for pain and suffering. A postal truck ran into my car two years ago. My back is killing me. I can't work anymore. My wife left me. I can't take it anymore."After a while, the man calmed down. He released all the people inside. At 7:00 p.m., the man walked out backwards with his hands up. The police handcuffed him, put him in the back seat of the car, and drove him to the police station.A post office official said that they had tried to settle with the man out of court, but he refused anything less than a million dollars. "So the whole thing went to court," he said. "I guess he got tired of waiting for the trial to begin. He'll probably go to jail for a few years because of this stunt." Article/201106/142673泉州专做引产的医院

泉州治疗妇科专科医院You Are Wonderful The following true story captured our hearts.It happened several years ago in the Paris opera house.A famous singer had been cantracted to sing,and ticket sales were booming.In fact,the night of the concert found the house packed and every ticket sold.The feeling of anticipation and excitement was in the air as the house manager took the stage and said,"Ladies and gentlemen ,thank you for your enthusiastic support.I'm afraid that due to illness,the man whom you've all come to to hear will not be performing tonight.However,we have found a suitable substitude we hope will provide you with comparable entertainment."The crowd groaned in disappointment and failed to hear the announcer mention the stand-in's name .The environment turned from excitement to frustration.The stand-in performer gave the peiformance everything he had. When he had finished,there was nothing but an uncomfortable silence. No one applauded.Suddenly,from the balcony,a little boy stood up and shouted,"Daddy,I think you are wonderful!"The crowd broke into thunderous applause.We all need people in our lives who are willing to stand up once in a while and say,"I think you are wonderful." Article/200904/18068 Elizabeth was now to see Mr. Wickham for the last time. Having been frequently in company with him since her return, agitation was pretty well over; the agitations of formal partiality entirely so. She had even learnt to detect, in the very gentleness which had first delighted her, an affectation and a sameness to disgust and weary. In his present behaviour to herself, moreover, she had a fresh source of displeasure, for the inclination he soon testified of renewing those intentions which had marked the early part of their acquaintance could only serve, after what had since passed, to provoke her.现在轮到伊丽莎白和韦翰先生最后一次会面了。她自从回家以后,已经见过他不少次,因此不安的情绪早就消失了;她曾经为了从前对他有过情意而感到不安,这种情绪现在更是消失得无影无踪。他以前曾以风度文雅而搏得过她的欢心,现在她看出了这里面的虚伪做作,陈腔滥调,觉得十分厌恶。他目前对待她的态度,又造成了她不愉快的一个新的根源;他不久就流露出要跟她重温旧好的意思,殊不知经过了那一番冷暖之后,却只会使她生气。She lost all concern for him in finding herself thus selected as the object of such idle and frivolous gallantry; and while she steadily repressed it, could not but feel the reproof contained in his believing, that however long, and for whatever cause, his attentions had been withdrawn, her vanity would be gratified, and her preference secured at any time by their renewal.她发觉要跟她谈情说爱的这个人,竟是一个游手好闲的轻薄公子,因此就不免对他心灰意冷;而他居然还自以为只要能够重温旧好,便终究能够满足她的虚荣,获得她的欢心,不管他已经有多久没有向她献过殷勤,其中又是为了什么原因,都不会对事情本身发生任何影响。她看到他那种神气,虽然表面上忍住了气不作声,可是心里却正在对他骂不绝口。1.be in company with sb. 陪伴某人When Tom fell ill,his girlfriend is in company with him.Tom生病时,他的女友陪伴着他。2.be selected as 被选为She is selected as the monitor of her class.她被作为班长。3.at any time 任何时候He is likely to arrive at any time.他可能随时会到。 Article/201201/168095安溪县妇女医院能刷社保卡吗泉州洛江区处女膜修复手术多少钱

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