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山东省青岛第四人民医院口腔科烟台毓璜顶医院做双眼皮多少钱A tough immigration enforcement law scheduled to take effect in Arizona at the end of July is touching off debate and controversy far beyond the southwestern state. As a consequence, immigration reform is moving higher on the list of issues Americans say they want their politicians to address.The Arizona law requires immigrants to carry their registration documents at all times. It also directs local police to question people they suspect are in the country illegally… a job usually done by federal law enforcement. A Washington Post/A News poll found a majority of Americans – 58 percent – support the controversial course of action Arizona is taking. And roughly half the respondents in another national poll said they want their state to copy its get tough approach. A proposal for a tougher standWoodland, Washington is a surprisingly diverse American small town. Third generation berry farmers live near people who commute to work in distant Portland, Oregon, who in turn live near under-employed construction and mill workers. Woodland also has a growing Hispanic population.The mix verged on combustible at an overflowing City Council meeting recently, as townspeople commented on a resolution to endorse Arizona's immigration crackdown and to urge the Washington State Legislature to follow suit. One woman told council members, "The law opens the door to the indiscriminate use of racial profiling against individuals that look or sound foreign." "If you came to this country illegally, you started off on the wrong foot," another resident said. "You need to go back home, do the paperwork and come back the right way."A woman took the microphone to complain, "A lot of these people who are coming in illegally, they're getting medical coupons. They're getting food stamps... They're getting all kinds of things that are provided through our tax system. It has to stop! It has to stop somewhere!"A Woodland retiree agreed illegal immigration is out of hand, but said local Hispanic families are good people. "We're not a border town," she said. "That's the way I feel. Number one, we're not a border town. That's not our business."Putting a stop to illegal immigration from the bottom upBut City council member Benjamin Fredericks says it is Woodland's business. He introduced the controversial resolution, pointing out, "It obviously isn't working from the top down. The federal government is ignoring current law. That's why I believe Arizona has the right to pass their own laws." He sees Arizona's action and his proposal as part of an effort to start reform from the bottom up, and said he'd like to see the Washington state legislature take up the issue. Juan Barela is a counselor and human rights activist in Woodland. He says Arizona's immigration controversy has awakened the nation's Latino communities. "Now we are galvanized, united. We are strong and we're getting the vote."In the end, the Woodland city council voted down the resolution that would have urged the legislature to copy Arizona's tough enforcement approach. City councils in Seattle, Washington, and Los Angeles, California, have passed boycotts of Arizona travel and business contracts to show their disapproval of the new law. Most recently, the debate surfaced in Fremont, Nebraska where voters approved a city law against hiring or renting to illegal immigrants.Public unease about immigrationPortland, Oregon-based opinion pollster Adam Davis says all of the controversy is moving immigration higher on the list of issues people want addressed. "When you ask about the biggest problem facing the nation," he notes, "just recently there has been a real surge in the number of people that mention immigration. In the West particularly, it jumped from 2 to 16 percent in the Western states, saying that it the biggest problem facing the nation."Davis theorizes the support for stronger immigration enforcement reflects tough times. "They feel these people are taking jobs away from legal residents. In tough economic times, this is something that really concerns a lot of people. And it is not just jobs. There is also a feeling that resources are limited, that there isn't the money out there to provide government services to these people."Craig Keller hopes to tap that public unease. Keller directs a citizen initiative campaign in Washington State. His proposal would require all employers to check the immigration status of new hires through the government's e-verify service. Recipients of public benefits would also have to be validated."It's very ironic that there is huge public demand for a law like this. But the 'representatives'," he says with a bit of a sneer, "that have been selected to go to Olympia are not representing the people. That's why this is a perfect example of why the citizens' initiative process is required." His campaign needs to gather a quarter-million voter signatures to qualify the measure for the November ballot.Meanwhile, the Obama administration and some Arizona city governments hope to convince a judge to stop Arizona's new immigration law from taking effect later this month.亚利桑那州严苛的移民法定于7月29日生效。这个法律引起的辩论和争议早已超出一个州的范围。因此,移民改革成为民众要求领导人尽早解决的问题之一。亚利桑那州的移民法规定移民必须随时携带身份件,并要求地方警察盘问任何他们怀疑是非法入境的人。这本来是联邦执法人员的工作。 华盛顿邮报和美国广播公司合办的一次民调显示,百分之58的美国人持亚利桑那州这种引起争议的做法。在另一次全国民调中,大约半数受访者希望他们的州也效仿亚利桑那州的严格办法。 伍德兰是一个高度多元化的美国小镇。这里有三代种植草莓的农民,邻居是一群每天开车去俄勒冈州波特兰市上班的通勤族。离他们不远,住着工作时间不足的建筑工和钢铁厂工人。伍德兰的拉美裔居民也在不断增加。 最近小镇市政委员会开会,考虑通过一个决议,持亚利桑那州打击非法移民,并呼吁州议会跟进。与会者展开了激烈的辩论。 一名妇女说:“这个法律打开一扇门,也就是以外貌或口音取人,无端地以种族相貌为由进行歧视。” 一名男性说:“如果你非法进入美国,那你从一开始就错了。你应该回到原来的国家,按程序填表申请后再来。” 另一名妇女说:“很多非法进入美国的人得到医药补助,领到食品券,得到所有由我们的税金提供的福利。这种情形必须停止。” 已经退休的诺玛·布伦森也认为,非法移民问题已经到了失控的地步。但是她说,当地拉美裔居民都是好人。 最后,伍德兰市政委员会否决了关于敦促华盛顿州议会效仿亚利桑那州的提案。华盛顿州的西雅图市和加州洛杉矶市,都通过了抵制亚利桑那州旅游和商业合同的提案,以表示他们的不满。最近,内布拉斯加州弗来蒙市也就这个问题展开了辩论。选民通过投票,持该市一项禁止雇用或出租住房给非法移民的法律。 俄勒冈州波特兰的民调专家亚当·戴维斯说,这些争议将移民改革推到了民众希望解决的问题清单中的更高位置:“如果你问美国面临的最大问题是什么,最近越来越多的人会说是移民问题。尤其在西部各州,认为移民问题是美国面临的最大问题的人,从百分之2猛增至百分之16。” 戴维斯认为,持更严格的移民法律,也反映出目前时局的艰难。他说:“他们觉得非法移民抢走了合法居民的工作。在经济困难时期,许多人的确非常担心这个问题。还不仅仅是工作,还有人觉得资源有限,政府没有财力来为这些人提供务。” 克雷格·凯勒在华盛顿州领导着一个公民倡议运动。他建议,所有雇主都应通过政府的电子核对务,确认新雇人员的移民身份,对享受公共福利的人的身份也应当进行核实。 凯勒说:“非常具有讽刺意味的是,民众对这类法律的要求很高,而那些被选到州议会的所谓民意代表们,却没有代表人民说话。这恰恰说明为什么人民倡议运动是必要的。”凯勒的这个运动需要25万选民的签名,才有资格被列入今年11月选票上的公决项目。 与此同时,奥巴马政府和亚利桑那州的一些市政府希望能说联邦法官,阻止亚利桑那州的移民法在7月底生效。201007/109422青岛脸部除皱多少钱 Who: Suicide Leading Cause of Death Worldwide世卫组织呼吁采取措施防范自杀行为 The World Health Organization says suicide is a leading cause of death worldwide, and one of the three leading causes of death for young people under 25. To mark World Suicide Prevention Day, which falls on September 10, the World Health Organization says there are measures people and society can take to save thousands of people from meeting a self-inflicted violent death.世界卫生组织指出,自杀是造成全球死亡的一个主要原因,也是造成25岁以下年轻人死亡的三大原因之一。世界卫生组织在9月10日世界自杀防范日这天说,民众和社会可以采取措施,挽救数千名准备以自杀结束生命的人。The World Health Organization reports every year, about one million people die by suicide. That comes to around 3,000 deaths a day or one death every 40 seconds.世界卫生组织历年的报告指出,每年大约有100万人死于自杀。这意味着每天大约有3000人自杀,或者每40秒就有一个人自杀。 In the past 45 years, the World Health Organization says suicide rates have increased by 60 percent worldwide and it predicts these deaths will rise to 1.5 million by 2020. 世界卫生组织说,过去45年来全球的自杀率已经增长了60%。该组织预测,到2020年,死亡数字将增长到1千500万人。It says suicide deaths account for more than half of all violent deaths in the world - more than all deaths from wars and homicides combined. Almost a quarter of suicides are teenagers and young adults aged less than 25.世界卫生组织说,在世界上所有暴力造成的死亡中,自杀占了一半以上,比所有战争和凶杀造成的死亡总人数还要多。自杀者中几乎四分之一是不满25岁的青少年。The World Health Organization says more men than women commit suicide, but more women than men attempt to commit suicide. 世界卫生组织说,男性自杀者多过女性,但是自杀未遂者中,女性比男性要多。Scientific eExpert in WHO's Mental Health and Substance Abuse Department, Alexandra Fleischmann says risk factors vary in different cultures.世卫组织的精神健康和药物滥用部门的科学专家弗莱希曼说,不同文化中存在不同的造成自杀的风险。"For instance, we know that mental illness disorders like depression or alcohol use disorders play a major role in European countries, for instance," said Alexandra Fleischmann. "But, we have to also look at Asian countries where impulsiveness plays a much more important role, which is that suicide can happen on the spur of the moment." 她说:“举例来说, 我们知道像抑郁症和滥用酒精一类的精神疾病在欧洲国家中起着很重要的作用。但是,我们也必须看到在亚洲国家,情绪冲动是更重要的因素,也就是说,人们可能因为一时冲动就去自杀了。”The agency notes cultural differences, views and attitudes toward suicide influence whether people will attempt suicide and whether suicides will be accurately reported这个机构指出,文化差异、对自杀的观点和态度影响人们是否会试图自杀,以及自杀案例是否能得到准确的报告。The WHO report says most suicides in occur in Asia, which accounts for up to 60 percent of all cases. 世卫组织的报告说,大多数的自杀行为发生在亚洲,其数量达到所有自杀事件的60%。But it reports Eastern European countries have the highest rates of suicide. The lowest rates are found in the countries of Mediterranean Europe and the predominantly Catholic countries of Latin America and Asia, as well as in Muslim countries, such as Pakistan. 但是报告指出,东欧国家的自杀率最高。自杀率最低的是欧洲地中海国家、以天主教为主的拉丁美洲和亚洲国家以及穆斯林国家,如巴基斯坦。The World Health Organization says suicide can be prevented. It says educating communities to better identify people at risk of suicide and encouraging those at risk to seek help can reduce suicides among people with mental illness.世界卫生组织说,自杀是可以防范的。该组织说,向社区提供教育,以便更好地确认有自杀风险的人群,以及鼓励那些有自杀风险的人寻求帮助,可以减少精神病患者的自杀行为。09/83891Poland's pop princessCNN's Phil Black talks to Polish pop star Natalia Kukulska about her music and why Poland inspires her. Meet one of Poland’s biggest music stars, Natalia Kukulska, rehearsing in the musical studio at her Warsaw home. It’s the title track from her new Album Sexi-Flexi. Natalia is just 32, but she’s worked a long musical journey. I was 6 years old when I sang my first song. In the mid 80s, little Natalia was an unconventional pop star, but Poland loved her. Three childhood albums sold more than 2 million copies. I don’t look so nice, so pretty. I like a lot of girls because of my glasses and I was a little bit fat, and I think that people like me because they saw, “oh, this is a typical girl.” Natalia comes from a famous family, both celebrated and tragic. My daddy is a composer and my mother, my mother was a singer. I said she was a singer because she’s gone. Natalia’s mother Anna Jantar was one of the biggest Polish performers in the 70s. She was killed in a planned crash when Natalia was just four. Poland watched Natalia grow up and came to terms with that loss. That was hard, because you know every, every time when I was on the stage, I know the people are looking at me, but they, they see also (没听出来) my mother in me.In 1996, she launched her adult career. Six albums later, she’s confident people see her as an artist in her own right, successful, diverse and happy. That the most important, I think, to me in my job is to do what I want, not what I should do. And I think that I have the time now. It’s a good time.As Natalia grew, her country transformed from communism to thriving democracy. Communism was so sad. Everything was uncolored, let’s say, and music was one of the things that make, make people more believe in the future.Poland’s future is now one of great optimism. And Natalia says that brings great energy to the country’s contemporary music. Everything is changing around you, and that’s inspiring. Polish music was on show at this recent concert in London’s Wembley Arena. Natalia performed with the lineup at the country’s biggest music ?. While this art says she’s inspired by her homeland, she also hopes her music is influencing ? new sense of impalement.Phil Black, CNN, Warsaw.200810/53258即墨市中心医院做祛眼袋手术多少钱

青岛脱毛整容医院Growth Report Signals US Recession美GDP第三季收缩 美学者As many analysts expected, the U.S. gross domestic product, or GDP - the value of goods and services produced in the ed States - experienced negative growth during the third quarter of this year. The Commerce Department says economic activity contracted at a 0.3 percent annual rate. 象许多分析人士预计的那样,美国国内生产总值(GDP)在今年第三季度经历了负增长。商业部表示,经济活动折合成年率收缩了百分之零点3。Economists say it is a sign that the U.S. economy is headed toward recession. Consumer spending fell sharply in September as people worried about their jobs, savings and value of their homes, contributing to negative economic growth - a sharp contrast to nearly three percent annualized GDP growth during the second quarter. 经济学家们说,这是美国经济陷入衰退的迹象。9月份消费者出急剧下降,人们担心自己的工作、储蓄和房屋价值,从而导致了经济的负增长。这同第二季度GDP出现近百分之3的增长形成鲜明对照。On Thursday, Nouriel Roubini from New York University told the U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee that recession - officially defined as at least two consecutive quarters of negative economic growth - is looming. 星期四,纽约大学的诺利尔·罗比尼教授在美国国会参众两院联席经济委员会作时表示,至少连续两个季度经济出现负增长才能被正式界定为经济衰退,而这种衰退正在来临。"Everybody out there feels it is a recession," said Roubini. "It is obviously a recession. The only debate at this point is how severe, how long and how protracted, in my view." “人们都有衰退的感觉。在我看来,这显然是一场衰退。目前唯一有争议的是衰退有多严重,持续多长时间。”A three percent drop in consumer spending was the first decline since 1991 and the biggest drop since 1980. The cut back had a particularly adverse effect on auto sales. Consumer confidence fell as the global credit squeeze and stock market decline intensified. 消费者出下降了百分之3,这是1991年以来首次下降,也是1980年以来的最大降幅。消费者出的下降尤其对汽车销售产生了负面影响。随著全球信贷紧缩和股市下降的加剧,消费者的信心也在下滑。Former International Monetary Fund chief, economist Simon Johnson told the Joint Economic Committee that the U.S. government needs to boost spending to avert a catastrophic downturn. 国际货币基金组织的前总裁、经济学家西蒙·约翰逊在国会联席经济委员会上说,美国政府需要刺激消费,以避免经济出现灾难性下滑。"We should consider a fiscal stimulus on the order of 0 billion, roughly three percent of U.S. GDP, which would be an extraordinary step to take under any circumstances unless you think we are entering into a potentially serious and prolonged recession," he said. “我们应该考虑实行一个4500亿美元的财政刺激方案,金额大约占美国GDP的百分之3。这是在任何情况下都需要采取的额外措施,除非你们认为美国可能正在陷入一场严重的、持久的衰退。”An earlier stimulus plan approved by Congress in February totaled only 0 billion. 国会今年2月通过的刺激方案的金额只有1500亿美元。Economist Nouriel Roubini, who predicted the fall in home prices, says Congress needs to turn from supporting financial institutions on Wall Street to helping struggling consumers. 经济学家罗比尼曾经预计到房屋价格下降,他说国会需要从持华尔街金融机构转为帮助陷入困境的消费者。"Unless we also support Main Street by making sure that aggregate demand is not going to collapse, six months from now everything we've done to backstop the banks is going to be undone by collapse in aggregate demand," he said.  “除非我们通过确保总的消费需求不会崩溃而同时也对广大民众提供持,否则在半年之内,我们为持所做的所有努力将会因总的消费需求崩溃而付诸东流。”Roubini says the government has aly committed trillion to recapitalize the banking system. Massive increases in government spending have aly pushed the federal deficit to near record levels. 罗比尼说,政府已经动用了三万亿美元重整体系的资本。政府开的大量增加已经把联邦赤字推到几乎创纪录的水平。200810/54597山东省青岛聊城祛斑最好的医院 Japan’s hopeless politics无望的日本政治Nuclear options核的选择The uncanny stickability of Japan’s prime minister日本首相超长的忍耐力Jul 30th 2011 | TOKYO| from the print editionALREADY enduring its sixth prime minister in five years, Japan is overdue a seventh. Naoto Kan, the man at present on the inside of the revolving door, only stayed there by promising at the beginning of June to step down soon, in return for a stay of execution at a parliamentary no-confidence vote. For both the opposition Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and his comrades in the ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) the way he is lingering over his departure is exasperating.尽管五年之内日本经历了六位首相,但是任然期待新首相的上任。现任首相菅直人在处在旋转门之间,之所以还在位,是因为六月初称其在不久就会下台,以换取国会终止不信任的投票。无论是反对党自民党还是同僚的民主党,都对他这种迟迟不愿卸任的方式感到愤怒。For rival politicians (a category that includes virtually all of them), it is also rather frightening. As Japan struggles to cope with the disaster at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear-power plant, Mr Kan has nailed his colours to the anti-nuclear mast, arguing that Japan needs to reduce its dependence on atomic energy. Oddly he later watered this down, by saying he was only expressing a personal view not a government policy. But other politicians fear that, rather than quit, he may call an election, campaign on the future of the nuclear industry and (such is the popular hostility to it) win. Goshi Hosono, an avowedly pro-nuclear DPJ technocrat whom Mr Kan appointed as minister in charge of the nuclear mess, says it is “not a good idea” to test the public on this issue.对于对手(事实上包括所有人)来说,这十分可怕。日本正在全力应对福岛第一核电站泄漏灾害,菅直人坚持反核的立场,表示日本应减少对核依赖。随后又弱化其态度,称仅代表个人观点,而非政府的政策。但是其他的政客们则担心他不会弃权,而会继续参选,借反对核工业发展(大家都反对这点)而获胜。菅直人任命的公开拥核的民主党技术官员Goshi Hosono称,用核问题测试民众态度,这个想法的确不怎么样。201108/147312青岛诺德丰下巴丰额头太阳穴

青岛脸上长痣So I practise a lot and now I know how to do it. We try to make the student as comfortable as possible. So that's also a part of the ground prep.that we make the student calm down,don't be too nervous and too excited. With all the training out of the way,it's time for his first jump. The experienced sky divers will stay with him all the way. The jump-sequence 1 100 times on the ground can still make your blood curdle. The endorphins released during the euphoria can get a sky diver hooked. Someone's first jump is one they'll never forget. Great! How are you feeling?I guess I'm in heaven.It's incredible! I'm flying. I'm still flying.You're gonna do it again?Yes! Norway offers the best thermal conditions, enabling these sky divers to turn into acrobats of the air. Great physical control,experience and lots of courage is(Sabrina's note:grammatically speaking,the "is" here is wrong and it should be replaced by "are") required to master this extreme sport. Nils Predstrup is a world-class freestyle sky-diver and a regular visitor to Voss all year round. The multiple world champion who also does 2 diving has revolutionized the discipline. He sees himself and other freestylers more as artists than atheletes. We can move a lot horizontally,we can move a lot vertically at different speeds. And for that,we can move in three dimensions. And this is what I like to use to make kinda like a theater in the sky,kinda like dancing in the sky. As soon as wind and weather allow,the plane goes up again to drop off its next round of adrenaline junkies.注释:①thermal: adj. 热的;热量的 n. 上升暖气流②junkies: n. 毒品贩子;吸毒者(junky的复数)课后题目: 学习完后,你能告诉我文章中空缺的单词吗?201110/156063 青岛粉刺怎么治疗枣庄市立医院网站

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