03:20

Shakira - When a Woman (Audio)

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Shakira - "When a Woman" (Audio)
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04:18

【HD】陳一發兒 - 童話鎮 [新歌][歌詞字幕][完整高清音質] Chen Yifa - Fairy Town

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歡迎訂閱BELLA PING音樂頻道!
好聽華語音樂,天天不漏放~
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喜歡的話也可以點贊分享喔~!
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童話鎮
專輯:童話鎮
歌手:陳一發兒
作曲:暗槓
作詞:竹君
編曲:暗槓

聽說白雪公主在逃跑
小紅帽在擔心大灰狼
聽說瘋帽喜歡愛麗絲
醜小鴨會變成白天鵝
聽說彼得潘總長不大
傑克他有豎琴和魔法

聽說森林裡有糖果屋
灰姑娘丟了心愛的玻璃鞋
只有睿智的河水知道
白雪是因為貪玩跑出了城堡
小紅帽有件抑制自己
變成狼的大紅袍

總有一條蜿蜒在童話鎮裡七彩的河
沾染魔法的乖張氣息
卻又在愛里曲折
川流不息揚起水花
又捲入一簾時光入水
讓所有很久很久以前
都走到幸福結局的時刻

聽說睡美人被埋藏
小人魚在眺望金殿堂
聽說阿波羅變成金烏
草原有奔跑的劍齒虎
聽說匹諾曹總說著謊
侏儒怪擁有寶石滿箱

聽說懸崖有顆長生樹
紅鞋子不知疲倦地在跳舞
只有睿智的河水知道
睡美人逃避了生活的煎熬
小人魚把陽光抹成眼影
投進泡沫的懷抱

總有一條蜿蜒在童話鎮裡七彩的河
沾染魔法的乖張氣息
卻又在愛里曲折
川流不息揚起水花
又捲入一簾時光入水
讓所有很久很久以前
都走到幸福結局的時刻

總有一條蜿蜒在童話鎮裡夢幻的河
分隔了理想分隔現實
又在前方的山口匯合
川流不息揚起水花 又捲入一簾時光入水
讓所有很久很久以前
都走到幸福結局的時刻 又陌生
啊~~啊~~啊~~啊~~

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04:11

iPhone 8 lộ diện rõ nét trên tay người nhện, Biến thể HTC 10 lên kệ giá thơm!!

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iPhone 8 mới đây đã có mặt trong trailer phim bom tấn sắp ra mắt của Marvel mang tên Spiderman Homecoming, điều đáng chú ý nhất ở đây là chính anh chàng Người Nhện của chúng ta sẽ cầm trên tay chiếc iPhone 8 đình đám này. Bên cạnh đó là các thông tin liên quan đến Sony dòng XA và XZ, Xperia XZ Premium và HTC 10 evo
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2:27:16

Tuyển Tập Hài Cực Hay Vân Sơn Hoài Linh 2017 Phần 1

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Tuyển Tập Hài Cực Hay Vân Sơn Hoài Linh 2017 Phần 1

Những sản phẩm hài kịch đã làm nên tên tuổi của trung tâm Vân Sơn đã có mặt trên YouTube.

Quý khán giả ái mộ những nghệ sĩ của trung tâm Vân Sơn có thể nhấn theo dõi kênh tại đường link bên dưới để luôn là người xem được sản phẩm mới nhất của Trung Tâm Vân Sơn

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26:59

HTV ĐỐI THỦ XỨNG TÂM | DTXT #20 FULL | 25/5/2017

Đối Thủ Xứng Tầm

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"Cú pháp tìm nhanh chính xác: ""HTV DTXT"" hoặc ""DTXT Tap XYZ"".
HTV ĐỐI THỦ XỨNG TÂM | DTXT #20 FULL | 25/5/2017
HTV Doi thu xung tam Tap 20 | HTV DTXT Tap 20
"
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Viet sub 03:42

Ta biết được gì khi chạm vào người khác?

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Subscribe To BuzzFeedBlue!: http://dne.ws/1uRReRN From cuddling to high
fiving, humans seem to love touching! Why do we crave physical contact?
4 Touch Tricks That Feel Like Magic: http://dne.ws/1KjD3hm Read More:
The Power of Touch
https://www.psychologytoday.com/articles/201302/the-power-touch “Touch
is the first sense we acquire and the secret weapon in many a successful
relationship. Here's how to regain fluency in your first language.”
That human touch that means so much: Exploring the tactile dimension of
social life
http://www.in-mind.org/article/that-human-touch-that-means-so-much-exploring-the-tactile-dimension-of-social-life
“Ever had cold feet at night? People had a remarkable solution to this
problem in the Middle Ages.” The Experience of Touch: Research Points
to a Critical Role
http://www.nytimes.com/1988/02/02/science/the-experience-of-touch-research-points-to-a-critical-role.html?pagewanted=2
Human Connections Start With A Friendly Touch
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=128795325 “Social
scientists have shown in many studies over the years that supportive
touch can have good outcomes in a number of different realms.”
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Viet sub 01:53

Chó có nhận diện được màu không?

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Quick Questions dispels the myth that dogs can only see in black and
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Viet sub 02:23

Triệu chứng nguy hiểm khi bị chóng mặt lúc đứng lên

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Have you ever stood up and felt a bit dizzy and lightheaded? Learn why
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Viet sub 04:04

Não ta nhận diện các gương mặt như thế nào?

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The human brain has an incredible capacity to recognize and remember
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Electrical Brain Stimulation Alters Perception of Faces, Scientists Find
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"In a painless clinical procedure performed on a patient with
electrodes temporarily implanted in his brain, Stanford University
doctors pinpointed two nerve clusters that are critical for face
perception. The findings could have practical value in treating people
with prosopagnosia - the inability to distinguish one face from another
- as well in gaining an understanding of why some of us are so much
better than others at recognizing and remembering faces." The
Perception of a Face Is No More Than the Sum of Its Parts
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22395131 "When you see a
person's face, how do you go about combining his or her facial features
to make a decision about who that person is? Most current theories of
face perception assert that the ability to recognize a human face is not
simply the result of an independent analysis of individual features, but
instead involves a holistic coding of the relationships among
features." Electrical Stimulation of Human Fusiform Face-Selective
Regions Distorts Face Perception
http://www.jneurosci.org/content/32/43/14915.full "Face-selective
neural responses in the human fusiform gyrus have been widely examined.
However, their causal role in human face perception is largely unknown.
Here, we used a multimodal approach of electrocorticography (ECoG),
high-resolution functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), and
electrical brain stimulation (EBS) to directly investigate the causal
role of face-selective neural responses of the fusiform gyrus (FG) in
face perception in a patient implanted with subdural electrodes in the
right inferior temporal lobe." Understanding Face Recognition
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3756376 "The aim of this paper
is to develop a theoretical model and a set of terms for understanding
and discussing how we recognize familiar faces, and the relationship
between recognition and other aspects of face processing. It is
suggested that there are seven distinct types of information that we
derive from seen faces; these are labelled pictorial, structural,
visually derived semantic, identity-specific semantic, name, expression
and facial speech codes. A functional model is proposed in which
structural encoding processes provide descriptions suitable for the
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Viet sub 04:56

Lau dọn có giúp giải tỏa tinh thần?

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Clean spaces have been shown to promote a more relaxed mind, but why is
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Vacant Urban Space
http://aje.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2011/11/11/aje.kwr273.full?keytype=ref&ijkey=9pNc5FdhqLOAvbU
“Greening of vacant urban land may affect health and safety. The authors
conducted a decade-long difference-in-differences analysis of the impact
of a vacant lot greening program in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on
health and safety outcomes. ‘Before’ and ‘after’ outcome differences
among treated vacant lots were compared with matched groups of control
vacant lots that were eligible but did not receive treatment.” Physical
Order Produces Healthy Choices, Generosity, and Conventionality, Whereas
Disorder Produces Creativity
http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/programs/sites/programs/files/marketing/seminar_papers/paper_voh_fa13.pdf
“Order and disorder are prevalent in both nature and culture, which
suggests that each environ confers advantages for different outcomes.
Three experiments tested the novel hypotheses that orderly environments
lead people toward tradition and convention, whereas disorderly
environments encourage breaking with tradition and convention—and that
both settings can alter preferences, choice, and behavior.” Disgust
leads people to lie and cheat; Cleanliness promotes ethical behavior
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/11/141113123316.htm “While
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Viet sub 03:05

Sự Thật Về Friend Zone

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Being in the friend zone might be frustrating, but science might have a
good reason why it’s the best! Read More: When attractive people do or
don't choose equally good-looking mates
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/07/150713205148.htm “Partners
who become romantically involved soon after meeting tend to be more
similar in physical attractiveness than partners who get together after
knowing each other for a while, according to new findings.”
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Viet sub 02:22

Tuyệt chiêu giúp bạn không đau lưng khi quan hệ chăn gối

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When you are having sex with your partner, things might be difficult if
you have a bad back. What are some of the best sex positions to minimize
the pain? Laci is here to discuss a new study that might be able to
help. Read More: Sex and back pain: University of Waterloo study
suggests best positions to spare your spine
http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/sex-and-back-pain-university-of-waterloo-study-suggests-best-positions-to-spare-your-spine-1.2761157
“‘Ow, my back!’ They're hardly the words one wants to hear from a
partner while having sex.” Watch More: Is Porn Shrinking Your Brain?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2GfElKILa0 Is Sex Really Good
Exercise? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89mNpl6qFJ4
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Viet sub 04:18

Nguyên nhân gây ốm nghén là gì?

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If you’ve ever been pregnant, or been around a pregnant lady, you know
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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1635459/
http://mentalfloss.com/article/31674/what-causes-morning-sickness
http://americanpregnancy.org/pregnancyhealth/morningsickness.html
http://americanpregnancy.org/duringpregnancy/hcglevels.html
http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/morning-sickness/basics/definition/con-20033445
http://scienceblogs.com/gregladen/2008/06/28/morning-sickness-is-an-adaptat/
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3614796 http://www.ranzcog.edu.au/points-for-past-meetings2/doc_view/1127-31-it-s-not-just-morning-sickness.html

Viet sub 01:56

Tại sao tiêu làm bạn hắt hơi?

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It shouldn’t be up your nose in the first place, but if it is, SciShow
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