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西安市2地调整为低风险地区 目前共有2个中风险地区******

截至2022年3月23日,新城区中山门街道东新社区金色时代公寓、碑林区长安路街道朱北社区大学东路二道巷近14天内无新增本地病例和聚集性疫情。根据国务院联防联控机制关于分区分级防控工作要求和专家综合评估,经西安市新冠肺炎疫情防控指挥部同意,自2022年3月23日24时起,将新城区中山门街道东新社区金色时代公寓、碑林区长安路街道朱北社区大学东路二道巷由中风险地区调整为低风险地区,其他地区风险等级不变。

调整后,西安市共有中风险地区2个。全市其他地区均为低风险地区。

现有的中风险地区2个为:

1.未央区未央宫街道宏途星城小区

2.经开区凤城一路利君V时代小区A、B座



来源:西安发布

编辑:田媛

咸阳一小区入住近10年房产证迟迟办不下来 业主想卖房卖不了******

  “这么多年,我们想卖房卖不了,想贷款贷不成,这严重影响了我们的正常生活秩序”泰禾嘉苑业主说。位于朝阳一路的泰禾嘉苑13、22、23号楼交房近10年,业主一直拿不到房产证,对此,该小区所属开发商咸阳开明房地产开发有限公司相关工作人员称,房产证办不下来是十几年前的老问题了。

  业主:入住近10年,房产证始终未能正常办理

  近日,泰禾嘉苑业主向华商报-二三里资讯反映称,泰禾嘉苑小区内共有3栋高层,分别是13、22、23号楼,其中,13号楼2000年入住,22、23号楼2012年入住,共600余户人家入住至今拿不到房产证。“我是13号楼的业主,2011年买的房,1月份装修,11月份入住的,到现在整整快10年了,房产证一直办不下来”一业主说。

  “这么多年,我们这600多户人,娃想上学上不成,房想卖房卖不成,想贷款发展经济也发展不了,想继承给家里人也继承不了,就是因为没房产证过不了户,啥事都办不了,先后6年间,我们一直给相关部门反映问题,至今未能解决问题”一业主说。

  开发商:房产证是十几年前的老问题了

  10月11日,记者联系到咸阳开明房地产开发有限公司相关工作人员,其回应称,房产证办不下来是十几年前的老问题,现要去信访局继续处理此事,让记者之后联系他,他再详细回应此事。之后记者再次联系开发商,其开发商以负责人不在回应此事。

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  据业主提供的一份由咸阳开明房地产开发有限公司于2021年5月10日提交给咸阳市住房和城乡建设局的文件——《关于朝阳一路泰禾嘉苑小区13#、22#、23#住宅楼长期未给住户办理房产证的情况汇报》,文件中显示,截止5月10日,三栋楼的房屋产权证手续还没有给住户办理,主要原因是当时开发该小区时本区域还没有城市供暖系统,咸阳市热力公司无法配套,之后该开发商一直协调各部门,直至2019年3月份才向自然资源局建审科提供相关申报资料。但由于时间较长,机构调整、人员变动及各项规章制度不断变化,经市自然资源局建审科按现行的规定及相关条款审核提出:13#、22#、23#实测面积超出规划面积并函告执法局,将历史遗留问题按照现行规定进行处理,该公司难以接受,也无力承担。其原因如下:

  一、2007-2009 年间,在申报13#、22#楼规划许可证时,当时都是以楼轴线的外墙尺寸计算建筑面积的,我们在实施项目开发时也是按照规划部门批准的设计图纸,轴线尺寸进行施工的,也是按照规划部门批准的长、宽、高、层数实施的,至于面积超还是不超都是因为建筑工程面积计算规定与房屋注册登记面积测量规范不同造成的。不是我公司改变规划造成的。而且规划许可证上建筑面积与实测实量面积有误差是正常存在的。

  二、23#楼规划地上十层复式,地下一层,2009 年我公司根据市场需求将 10 层复式变为地上 18层平层,仅使客厅面积有所增加,其他不变。整栋楼轴线长度、宽度、高度,外形尺寸没变,当时我们没有及时申请补办规划变更手续,责任在我公司,我公司承诺愿意补交由此造成面积增加的规费。

  华商报记者 杨宁 编辑 牛佩瑶 陶亚星



来源:二三里资讯

编辑:二三里

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在“什么都不买”的自由世界里拒绝“买买买”******

又是一年双11的狂欢盛宴,“买买买”模式再次开启。你想过这样一种生活方式吗?就是Buy Nothing,什么都不买。它起源于一个社交媒体的群组网络,人们在上面给予和收受物品,占据家中空间的东西被视为可以分享和珍惜的礼物。

Inside the World of Buy Nothing, Where Dryer Lint Is a Hot Commodity

David Stahl did not need leftover pickle juice because, really, no one needs someone else’s used brine. But a few months ago, he decided to ask for some just to see if it was possible, posting a request to an Upper West Side chapter of Buy Nothing, a hyperlocal Facebook group.

大卫·斯塔尔(David Stahl)不需要别人用剩下的泡菜汁,因为,说实话,谁会想要别人用过的盐水呢?但几个月前,他决定去问一问,看看有没有可能得到一些,于是便在Facebook的本地邻里群“什么都不买”(Buy Nothing)上西区分部发了帖子。

It turns out, people are willing to give away (and take) just about anything, if you ask. A week later, Mr. Stahl walked 10 blocks to a stranger’s apartment lobby and retrieved a one-gallon Mt. Olive jar of the pale green liquid.

事实证明,只要你愿意问,人们就愿意给你(和拿走)任何东西。一周后,斯塔尔步行10个街区来到一个陌生人的公寓大堂,拿走了一个装着淡绿色液体的一加仑Mt. Olive牌罐子。

“The doorman thought that I wanted the glass because it was such a large glass. I was like, ‘No, I just really like pickle juice,’” said Mr. Stahl, 30, a water resources engineer. He drank the brine with a friend, using it as a chaser for shots.

“门卫以为我之所以想要这个玻璃罐子,是它真的很大。我当时说,‘不,我只是很喜欢泡菜汁’,”30岁的水资源工程师斯塔尔说。他和一个朋友喝酒的时候把它给喝了,用来缓解烈酒。

Welcome to the wild world of Buy Nothing, a network of social media groups, mostly on Facebook, where people give and receive things, treating the stuff taking up space in their homes as gifts meant to be shared and treasured. Members are encouraged to offer their time and talents, too, and loan items that someone may need for just a few hours, like a car or a cake pan. Created in 2013 by two women in Bainbridge Island, Wash., it has grown to 6,700 independent Buy Nothing Facebook groups in 44 countries. The Buy Nothing Project recently developed an app that it will release more widely in a few weeks.

欢迎来到“什么都不买”的自由世界,这是一个主要在Facebook上的社交媒体群组网络,人们在上面给予和收受物品,占据家中空间的东西被视为可以分享和珍惜的礼物。这些群组也鼓励会员提供自己的时间和才能,以及借出可能只需要几个小时的物品,例如汽车或蛋糕盘。它由华盛顿州班布里奇岛的两名女性于2013年创建,现已发展到6700个独立的“什么都不买”Facebook群组,分布在44个国家。“什么都不买”项目最近开发了一个应用程序,几周后将在更广的范围内发布。

Giving away the stuff that you no longer want is nothing new. Charities like the Salvation Army and Goodwill rely on these kinds of donations. And social media has made it easier for people to find free stuff on sites like Craigslist or through groups like Trash Nothing. But Buy Nothing turns the act of decluttering into a way to meet and befriend your neighbors. Because each group is geographically limited, sometimes encompassing only a few city blocks, and members are allowed to join only a single group, an active group can become a tight-knit trading post where a decorative birthday banner could make the rounds, shared repeatedly for months until it mysteriously disappears, as happened in one Brooklyn group earlier this year.

把你已经不想要的东西送出去并不是什么新鲜事。救世军(Salvation Army)和善意企业(Goodwill)等慈善机构靠的就是这些捐赠。而且社交媒体让人们可以更轻松地在克雷格列表(Craigslist)等网站上或通过“什么都不扔”(Trash Nothing)等群找到免费的东西。但是,“什么都不买”将清理物品变成了结识邻居并成为朋友的一种方式。因为每个群受到地域的限制,有的只包含几个街区,而且成员只能加入一个群,一个活跃的群可以成为一个来往密切的交易站,一张装饰生日派对的横幅可以在那里转手好几轮,反复使用几个月,直到它神秘地消失,就像今年早些时候在布鲁克林的一个群组里发生的那样。

“We have plenty right here within each of our local communities to sustain us,” said Liesl B. Clark, one of the founders of the Buy Nothing Project. In the language of Buy Nothing, everything we possess has value, if you can find the person who needs it. “If we can reuse and refurbish and fix and repair and just keep recycling these items, nothing needs to be discarded,” Ms. Clark said.

“什么都不买”项目的创始人之一莉丝·B·克拉克(Liesl B. Clark)说:“在每个本地社区,我们都有足够的资源来维持我们的生活。”用“什么都不买”的话来说,我们拥有的一切都是有价值的,如果你能找到需要它的人。克拉克说:“如果我们可以重复使用、翻新和修理,不断回收这些物品,就不需要扔掉任何东西。”

Terms like “curb alert” or “first come first serve” are discouraged. You are not putting your stuff on the street hoping someone claims it before the trash truck comes. Instead, you are intentionally “gifting” your possessions. In this version of a gifting economy, where all items are of equal value, members are not allowed to trade or barter, as each object is seen as a gift independent of anything else. Such restrictions can prove frustrating for a member who may want to, say, trade goods for services.

不鼓励使用“不要了”或“先到先得”等用语。这不是让你把你的东西扔到街上,希望有人在垃圾车来之前拿走它。相反,你在特意“赠送”你拥有的物品。在这个版本的礼物经济中,所有物品都具有同等价值,会员不得交易或以物易物,因为每个物品都被视为礼物,与其他任何东西无关。这样的限制可能会让想以商品换服务的成员感到沮丧。

The giver is encouraged to let an offer “simmer” for a period of time, selecting a recipient for some reason other than being the fastest one to reply. Members who raise their hands ask to “be considered,” and may offer a compelling reason for wanting, say, a table lamp. Or maybe they’re asked to tell a joke, or pick a number, and a winner is chosen. If you’re the lucky recipient of said table lamp, you may feel inspired to write a “gratitude” post, sharing your joy and photographs of the lamp in its new home.

鼓励赠予者让信息“酝酿”一段时间,合理地选择一个接受者,而不是选择最快回复的人。想要接受的成员请求赠予者“考虑”,并且可能会提供一个令人信服的理由,比如,为什么想要一个台灯。或者他们可能会被要求讲一个笑话,或者选择一个数字,以此选出一个得主。如果你是那个台灯的幸运接收人,你可能会受到启发,写一篇“感恩”帖子,分享你的喜悦和新家中台灯的照片。

The result, say group members around the country, is a sense of community that is mostly fun, sometimes quirky, and occasionally irritating.

全国各地的小组成员说,这样做的结果是使人们感到自己身在社区,这种感觉大多时候是有趣的,有时候是古怪的,偶尔令人恼火。

Buy Nothing is “the only reason why I’m still on Facebook,” said Mr. Stahl, who has been a member since March. “There is no community meeting place anymore,” he added, except on Buy Nothing, where a member of his group recently offered a half-eaten birthday cake — a gift members were happy to take.

3月入群的成员斯塔尔说,“什么都不买”是“我上Facebook的唯一原因”。他还说,除了在“什么都不买”上,“现在都没有社区聚会场所了。”他的群成员最近提供了一个吃了一半的生日蛋糕——这是成员们很乐意接受的礼物。

And it’s not just partially eaten food that people want. Oh, no. The list goes on.

人们想要的不仅仅是吃了一半的食物。远远不止。

There is the standard fare: used furniture, clothing, baby items and household goods. But the surprising things are what keep it interesting. In one Los Angeles group, used makeup, including lip gloss, frequently makes the rounds. Income disparity comes into sharp focus, too. In Silicon Valley, one group member gave away a piece of artwork that had, apparently, been bought for $10,000, while in the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia, members share essential items like canned food, cheese, milk and medical supplies.

有常见的物品:旧家具、衣服、婴儿用品和家居用品。但让它变得有趣的原因是那些让人出乎意料的物品。在洛杉矶的一个群里,包括唇彩在内的用过的化妆品经常被转手好几次。收入差距也清晰地进入了视野。在硅谷,一位群成员赠送了一件看来是以一万美元购买的艺术品,而在费城日耳曼镇社区附近,成员们分享了罐头食品、奶酪、牛奶和医疗用品等必需品。

Life lived in a gifting economy requires a measure of patience, a virtue that can be hard to find if you want to clean out your closet quickly.

在礼物经济中生活,需要一定程度的耐心。如果只是想快速清理储物间,就很难静下心来。

“You have to let things simmer for a while. That can be a little annoying when you want something and you feel a little pressure that the group wants you to sit and wait,” said Janis Gross, 60, who teaches jewelry making and is a member of a Buy Nothing group covering Stuyvesant Town and Gramercy Park, in Manhattan.

“你必须让事情慢慢酝酿。在你想要某样东西时,这可能会有点烦人,而且当群里的人要你耐心等待的时候,会让你感到有点压力,”60岁的詹尼斯·格罗斯(Janis Gross)说。他教授首饰制作,他所在的“什么都不买”本地群覆盖曼哈顿史蒂文森镇和格拉梅西公园地区。

Let the item simmer, as the group requests, and then you eventually have to choose one recipient among many. But how do you decide which stranger is deservi按照群组的要求,让物品慢慢等待,然后你最终必须从众多接受人中选择一个。但是你如何决定哪个陌生人值得拥有你的旧冰格呢?ng of your old ice-cube trays?

“It’s like getting picked for the basketball team — 10 people reply and how do you pick?” Ms. Gross said. “I don’t like the public nature of it. I don’t like having to say, ‘Sorry Mary, I’m going to give it to Fred.’”

“这就像打篮球时选人——10个人举手了,你怎么选?”格罗斯说。“我不喜欢它的公开性质。我不想被迫说,‘对不起,玛丽,我要把它给弗雷德。’”

Sometimes people don’t show up to claim their stuff, or make it difficult to arrange a time for a pickup. Private messages can get lost in Facebook Messenger, leading to confusion or disappointment. Some members seem to claim more stuff than others, simply because they spend more time on Facebook. When you know another member personally, which is likely when everyone lives in the neighborhood, you might offend a friend if you choose someone else to take your loot.

有时人们没有来领取他们的东西,或者很难安排领取时间。可能在Facebook Messenger里找不到消息了,从而导致搞错或失望。一些成员似乎比其他人要的更多,仅仅是因为他们在Facebook上花费的时间更多。当你私下认识另一位成员时——这很可能,因为大家都住在这一带——如果你选择把你的好东西给一个人,你可能会冒犯另一个朋友。

But for Ms. Clark, the public nature of the interactions is the point. The transparency allows members to keep one another in check. “Gifting communities are a window into human nature,” she said, adding: “We all have to get used to being uncomfortable in some situations.”

但对于克拉克来说,互动的公开性质正是重点。透明度允许成员相互监督。“礼物社区是了解人性的一扇窗户,”她还说:“我们都必须习惯在某些情况下感到不舒服。”

In a group that covers a large swath of Brooklyn, including Boerum Hill, Gowanus and Red Hook, a glass sex toy (unused, according to the giver) was a particularly popular item recently.

在一个涵盖了波伦山、格瓦努斯和红钩区的布鲁克林大区群里,一个玻璃情趣玩具(根据赠送者的说法,未使用)最近特别抢手。

“The other day, somebody posted dryer lint,” said Susan Lightman, a member of that group. Dryer lint, she soon learned, has many uses, including as hamster bedding. “It’s just the randomness of it that is amazing.”

“前几天,有人发帖提供烘干机里的废棉屑,”该群成员苏珊·莱特曼(Susan Lightman)说。她很快了解到,烘干机废棉屑有很多用途,包括给仓鼠做被褥。“它的随机性令人感到神奇。”

Ms. Lightman, who works in advertising, has given her fair share of random gifts, too, including a fish taco that she ordered but did not eat, and dirty water from her 30-gallon fish tank. Her husband doubted that anyone would want dirty fish water. But he was quickly proved wrong, as the nutrient-rich brew makes for excellent fertilizer.

从事广告工作的莱特曼也给出了相当多的随机礼物,包括她下单了但没有吃的鱼肉玉米饼,以及她30加仑鱼缸里的脏水。她的丈夫不太相信有人会想要脏的养鱼水。但他的想法很快被证明是错误的,因为这种有丰富养分的陈水是极好的肥料。

“A lot of people were like, ‘Totally, I’m interested,’” Ms. Lightman said.

“很多人都说,‘当然啊,我想要,’”莱特曼说。

She left a bucket outside her building, so members could come by and scoop it out. The dirty water was such a hit that she began offering it regularly, periodically announcing, “It’s fish-poop water time!”

她在她家楼下放了一个桶,这样群组成员们可以过来自己舀。养鱼水很受欢迎,她开始定期提供,时常宣布,“鱼粪水时间到啦!”

Within hours, her neighbors would come and take it all.

几小时后,它们就被邻居们取完了。

丈夫忘买鸡腿被妻子拿刀捅死 亲友:他太宠老婆了******

(原标题:丈夫忘买鸡腿被妻子杀害 亲友:他太宠老婆了)

丈夫忘买鸡腿被妻子杀害 亲友:他太宠老婆 被扇耳光都不敢动 (来源:~)

“百年修得同船渡,千年修得共枕眠”,说的就是夫妻之间的缘分和恩情。然而,在庐江县城西新村,一对夫妻之间,居然反目成仇。4月13号晚上,妻子罗某拿刀捅向了自己的丈夫吴某,致使丈夫死亡。这到底是怎么回事呢?

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4月15号,记者来到了庐江县庐城镇城西新村4栋二单元,单元楼门口,还留下警方拉起的警戒线,4月13晚上,就在这个单元楼门口,犯罪嫌疑人罗某涉嫌持刀捅向自己的丈夫吴某。吴某的母亲表示,4月13晚上,吴守春在外面应酬,妻子罗某要求丈夫给她带鸡腿吃。由于没有带回鸡腿,夫妻俩在家中就开始争吵。两人下楼后,矛盾进一步激化,并且扭打了起来。罗某随后回到家中,是从家里拿了一把水果刀下楼的,最终导致了悲剧的发生。

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据了解,吴某是庐江本地人,妻子罗某是宿州灵璧人,据吴春守的姐姐透露,两人是自由恋爱,结婚后,并且生育了一男一女,原本是一个幸福的小家庭。吴某有四个姐姐,父亲去世早,是母亲带着五个子女生活,将他们都抚养长大,结婚生子。

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吴某的表哥介绍,吴某对妻子很是顺从,就算被妻子扇耳光,他也不敢动。在吴家人看来,正是这份娇惯,罗某的脾气变得越来越差。由于处理不好与妻子之间的关系,吴某的心理压力也越来越大。

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吴某家住庐江县城某居民楼,家里一共住了五口人,夫妻俩和两个孩子,还有老母亲。邻居表示,在他们的楼下还有一个密不透风的储藏室,或许是因为婆媳关系的问题,妻子罗某希望婆婆住到楼下的储藏室,这遭到了丈夫吴某的反对。此后家庭的矛盾进一步恶化,最终酿成了悲剧。

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4月15号下午,记者来到庐江县公安局,警方表示,案件仍在进一步侦查中。

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