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0.8生活——八分主义打造十分健康。0.8,是一种生活态度,也是一种生活方式,凡事不求完美,但求八分好。日本的知名作家医生贺志贡:健康的心脏,每0.8秒跳动一次,这是人体循环的最佳状态。做菜用盐量从1勺改为0.8勺,既能保持生鲜原味,也不会对肾脏造成负担。吃饭不宜吃到十分饱,感觉到八分饱就要停筷子了。睡觉不能太多,现代化的电器设备要少用,做事对自己要求不要太高......本书教你享受健康的0.8生活。

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Pages Old Swedish. I have very good reasons to rest a little while. ” In a letter to his girlfriend Inna of August 15, 1909, he tells her of his examination in Slavonic Languages two days before: We sat in the arbor of his garden and Lundell spoke to me for about half an hour about my plans for the future. He suggested that I spend a couple months in Russia and then as soon as possible go to China. He told me that a Swedish engineer lives in a city in the center of China and that he would be prepared to provide board and lodging for a young Swede who plans to study Chinese.

Bernhard’s grades were somewhat inferior to Anton’s: High Distinction in Swedish, Latin, and Greek; Distinction in German; but merely High Credit in English, French, History, and Philosophy. 2 Liber Studiosus, 1907–1909 STUDIES AT UPPSALA UNIVERSITY BERNHARD KARLGREN REGISTERED AS A STUDENT AT UPPSALA University on September 16, 1907. On the same day two years later, he took his bachelor’s degree in Nordic Languages, Greek, and Slavonic Languages. If Bernhard attended the courses and seminars in these three subjects, he cannot have had much time left for other activities.

Anton graduated from the Higher Public School in 1900 with top marks: High Distinction in Swedish, Latin, Greek, and History, and Distinction in Religion, German, English, French, and Philosophy. The candidates for graduation in 1900 were divided into three study programs: the Latin program with Greek; the Latin program without Greek, and the program concentrating on Natural Science subjects. The same division applied also to the matriculation of 1907, Bernhard’s last year at school. Bernhard’s grades were somewhat inferior to Anton’s: High Distinction in Swedish, Latin, and Greek; Distinction in German; but merely High Credit in English, French, History, and Philosophy.

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