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郑州华山医院祛痣多少钱郑州大学附属郑州中心医院 做红色胎记手术多少钱美国成语俗语教程录音 Lesson13-18暂无文本 /200606/7803河南耳廓整形多少钱 So that today, I wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves.所以今天,我每天早晨在奴隶修建的白宫中醒来。And I watch my daughters two beautiful intelligent black young women playing with their dogs on the White House lawn.看着我两个女儿,两个美丽聪慧的黑人少女在白宫的草地上和玩耍。And because of Hillary Clinton, my daughters and all our sons and daughters now take for granted that a woman can be president of the ed States.因为有了希拉里克林顿,我的女儿们,我国所有的孩子们,现在都觉得女人可以做总统是理所应当的事情。So look, so dont let anyone ever tell you that this country is not great. That somehow we need to make it great again.别让个别人告诉你这个国家不伟大。莫名其妙的还要让我们国家再次变的伟大。Because this right now is the greatest country on Earth.因为我们的国家,此刻就是地球上最伟大的国家啊。And as my daughters prepare to set out into the world, I want a leader who is worthy of that truth, a leader who is worthy of my girls promise and all of our kids promise.我的女儿即将步入社会,我想要的领袖要配得上这样的真相,这个领袖,要值得托付我们子女的前途。A leader who will be guided every day by the love and hope and impossibly big dreams that we all have for our children.这个领袖要每日以我们对子女的爱和希望,以及望子成龙的期盼为指引。So in this election, we cannot sit back and hope that everything works out for the best, we cannot afford to be tired or frustrated or cynical.所以在这次大选中我们不能袖手旁观指望着一切顺利,厌倦、沮丧、悲观愤世这些都太奢侈。Now hear me: Between now and November, we need to do what we did eight years ago and four years ago.听我说:从今天起到11月,我们要向8年前和4年前那样。We need to knock on every door, we need to get out every vote, we need to pour every last ounce of passion and our strength and our love for this country into electing Hillary Clinton as president of the ed States of America.我们要挨家挨户敲门劝导,让每个人参与投票,我们要用尽我们的每一点热情,每一丝力气和对国家的每一份爱,来选举希拉里克林顿成为美利坚合众国的总统。So lets get to work.让我们一起努力。Thank you all and God bless.谢谢大家,上帝保佑。201612/479551Now think of the absurdity of this situation.现在试想下这种奇怪的状况:If 27 individuals from those 27 member states sat around table, speaking their 23 languages,如果27个来自各个盟国的人围坐在桌边,说着23种语言some very simple mathematics will tell you that you need an army of 253 translators to anticipate all the pairwise possibilities.简单计算就可以知道,你需要一个253人的翻译队伍来保配对说话的可能性The European Union employs a permanent staff of about 2,500 translators.欧盟雇了大约2500名永久编制的翻译And in 2007 alone -- and Im sure there are more recent figures --仅2007年一年--当然应该有最新的数据可查--something on the order of 1.3 million pages were translated into English alone.仅是翻译成英文的文件就大约为一百三十万页And so if language really is the solution to the crisis of visual theft,如果语言真是观察性窃取的解决方法if language really is the conduit of our cooperation,如果语言真是我们合作的媒介the technology that our species derived to promote the free flow and exchange of ideas,是人类发明的用于促进思想无障碍流通和交换的技术in our modern world, we confront a question.那么在现代社会,我们碰上了难题And that question is whether in this modern, globalized world这就是在这个全球化的现代社会we can really afford to have all these different languages.我们是否承担得起使用如此多语言的代价To put it this way, nature knows no other circumstance in which functionally equivalent traits coexist.可以这样说,自然的法则是具有同等功能的特性是难以共存的One of them always drives the other extinct.其中的一个往往战胜其他的而存活下去And we see this in the inexorable march towards standardization.我们在向着标准化的大步前进中可以清楚地看到这一点There are lots and lots of ways of measuring things --在许多测量物体的方法中weighing them and measuring their length -- but the metric system is winning.包括称重和量长,公制计量制度赢了。201701/490111漯河市脂肪移植隆胸费用

郑州省人民医院治疗痘痘多少钱郑州大学附属医院切眼袋手术多少钱 Good afternoon!When I first stood here in Downing Street on that evening in May 2010, I said we would confront our problems as a country and lead people through difficult decisions, so that together we could reach better times.Its not been an easy journey, and of course we have not got every decision right, but I do believe that today our country is much stronger.Above all, it was about turning around the economy. And with the deficit cut by two-thirds, two and a half million more people in work and one million more businesses, there can be no doubt that our economy is immeasurably stronger.Politicians like to talk about policies, but in the end, it is about peoples lives.I think of the people doing jobs who were previously unemployed.I think of the businesses that were just ideas in someones head and that today are making a go of it and providing people with livelihoods.I think of the hard-working families paying lower taxes and getting higher wages because of the first ever National Living Wage.I think of the children who were languishing in the care system and who have now been adopted by loving families.I think of the parents now able to send their children to good and outstanding schools, including free schools that simply didnt exist before.I think of over 200,000 young people who have taken part in National Citizen Service, the fastest growing youth programme of its kind in the world, something that, again, wasnt there 6 years ago.I think of the couples who have been able to get married, who werent allowed to in the past.And I think of the people on the other side of the world who wouldnt have clean drinking water, the chance to go to school, or even be alive, were it not for our decision to keep our aid promises to the poorest people and the poorest countries in our world.And we have used our stronger economy to invest in our health service. When I walked in there, there were 18,000 people waiting over a year for their operation. Today, its just 800. Too many. Still too long.But our NHS is a national treasure, and one whose staff perform miracles as Ive seen every day.And weve strengthened our nations defences, with submarines, destroyers, and frigates and, soon, aircraft carriers, rolling out of our shipyards to keep our country safe in a dangerous world.These are the choices and the changes that we have made.And I want to thank everyone whos given so much to support me personally over these years.The incredible team in No10, the civil servants, whose professionalism and impartiality is one of our countrys greatest strengths.And my political advisers, some of whom have been with me since the day I stood for my Partys leadership eleven years ago.I want to thank my children, Nancy, Elwen and Florence, for whom Downing Street has been a lovely home over these last six years. They sometimes kick the red boxes full of work. Florence, you once climbed into one, before a foreign trip, and said ;take me with you;. No more boxes.And above all, I want to thank Samantha, the love of my life. You have kept me vaguely sane and, as well as being an amazing wife, mother and businesswoman, you have done something every week in that building behind me to celebrate the best (spirit) of voluntary service in our country.We will shortly be heading to Buckingham Palace to see Her Majesty the Queen, where I will tender my resignation as Prime Minister and I will advise Her Majesty to invite Theresa May to form a new administration.I am delighted that for the second time in British history, the new Prime Minister will be a woman, and once again, a Conservative. I believe Theresa will provide strong and stable leadership in fulfilling the Conservative Manifesto on which we were elected, and I wish her well in negotiating the best possible terms for Britains exit from the European Union.Let me finish by saying this. The spirit of service is one of this countrys most remarkable qualities.I have seen that service, day in and day out, in the incredible work of our armed forces, our intelligence agencies and our police. It is something I always knew. But as Prime Minister you see it so directly that it blows you away.And of course, writing those heart-breaking letters to the families who have lost loved ones is a poignant reminder of the profound scale of what these men and women give for us in the defence of our freedoms and our way of life. We must never forget that.In a different way, I have seen that same spirit of service in the amazing contributions of countless volunteers in communities up and down our country who are making our society bigger and stronger.And I am proud that every day for the past two years I have used the office of Prime Minister in a non-political way to recognise and thank almost 600 of them as Points of Light whose service can be an inspiration to us all.For me, politics has always been about public service in the national interest. It is simple to say, but often hard to do.But one of the things that sustains you in this job is the sense that, yes, our politics is full of argument and debate, and it can get quite heated, but no matter how difficult the decisions are, there is a great sense of British fair play, a quiet but prevailing sense that most people wish their Prime Minister well and want them to stick at it and get on with the job.So I want to take this moment to say thank you to all those who have written letters and emails offering me that support, people who I will never get to meet and never get to thank personally.It has been the greatest honour of my life to serve our country as Prime Minister over these last six years, and to serve as leader of my Party for almost eleven years.And as we leave for the last time, my only wish is continued success for this great country that I love so very much.Thank you.201607/457425济源市做隆胸多少钱

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Barack Obama Presidents State of the Union Address12. 巴拉克 . 奥巴马总统国情咨文Madam Speaker, Vice President Biden, members of Congress, distinguished guests, and fellow Americans:众议院议长女士、副总统拜登、诸位国会议员、贵宾们、同胞们:Our Constitution declares that from time to time, the President shall give to Congress information about the state of our union.我们的宪法规定,美国总统必须定期向国会报告国家情况。For 220 years, our leaders have fulfilled this duty.在过去220年的时间里,Theyve done so during periods of prosperity and tranquility.无论是繁荣和平,还是战争危机,And theyve done so in the midst of war and depression; at moments of great strife and great struggle.即使存在激烈的冲突和战斗,历届美国总统也都能完成这一使命。Its tempting to look back on these moments and assume that our progress was inevitable-that America was always destined to succeed.回顾历史上的这些时刻,并相信我们的进步是不可阻挡的——美国永远注定会取得成功,这些固然让人感到自豪。But when the Union was turned back at Bull Run, and the Allies first landed at Omaha Beach, victory was very much in doubt.然而,当美国股市持续10年的牛市崩溃、盟军于奥马哈海滩登陆时,我们长久以来的胜利曾遭受强烈的质疑。When the market crashed on Black Tuesday, and civil rights marchers were beaten on Bloody Sunday, the future was anything but certain.当市场在 黑色星期二局盘,游行民众在那个流血星期日被镇压的时候,美国的未来曾充满了不确定性。These were the times that tested the courage of our convictions, and the strength of our union.这些时刻都曾考验我们的信念和我们国家的力量。And despite all our divisions and disagreements, our hesitations and our fears,纵使我们拥有种种分歧,犹豫和恐惧也时刻伴随,America prevailed because we chose to move forward as one nation, as one people.美国最终取得了胜利,因为我们选择团结在一起,作为一个国家、一个民族向前进。Again, we are tested.今天,我们再一次面临着考验,And again, we must answer historys call.也再一次必须回应历史的召唤。One year ago, I took office amid two wars, an economy rocked by a severe recession,一年前,美国正处于两场战争之中,经济遭遇大萧条,金融体系处在崩溃的边缘,a financial system on the verge of collapse, and a government deeply in debt.政府深陷债务之中,在这样的一个时刻,我当选了美国总统。201612/482673 Im Senator Rob Portman. Im here in Ohio today to talk to you about an epidemic in my state: the growing problem of addiction to heroin and prescription drugs. But its not just in Ohio. Sadly, its everywhere. With an average of more than 120 Americans dying every single day from overdoses, its now the number one cause of accidental death in the country, surpassing car accidents. And its getting worse. Its only July, and aly, in some Ohio cities, weve had more people die from overdoses than in all of 2015. And as tragic as that is, its only part of the problem. In addition to those weve lost to overdoses, there are millions more across the country who are suffering – who have lost a job, broken relationships with their family and friends, or turned to crime to pay for their drugs. In Ohio alone, some 200,000 people are struggling with addiction. The numbers are overwhelming. And behind the numbers are shattered dreams. Holly DeRae from Carrollton, Ohio was a talented singer and a good student; she was elected to her high school Homecoming Court and Prom Court. But at 19 years old, on a whim, she tried heroin with her boyfriend. She became addicted. Her mom got her into treatment, but after a year of sobriety, the grip of addiction took over. She relapsed, and died of a heroin overdose. She was just 21 years old, and left behind an infant son. Robby Brandt was a sophomore in high school in Olmsted Falls, Ohio, when he had his wisdom teeth removed. He was given prescription painkillers, and became addicted. Robby fought the addiction bravely for years. He used to tell his Dad, ;I didnt ask for this. I dont want this.; At age 20, when the pills were too expensive and too hard to get, he tried heroin. Within seven months, he was dead of an overdose. I have heard too many of these heartbreaking stories from grieving moms and dads all across Ohio. This epidemic is at crisis levels and it knows no ZIP code or walk of life. Its everywhere. Fighting it is going to require all of us to work together. Heres the good news: earlier this month, Congress passed a law that will actually make a difference. It is not a Republican or Democratic approach: we wrote it over three years based on real-world evidence of what works and what doesnt work. We took ideas from people in recovery from addiction, from treatment counselors, prevention experts, law enforcement, doctors and nurses, and – yes – from family members like Hollys mom and Robbys dad, both of whom testified before Congress about our bill. Its called CARA, the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act, and it makes the federal government a better partner with states, local communities and non-profits in the fight against this epidemic. It starts by recognizing that addiction is a disease – and must be treated that way. By helping end the stigma that has surrounded addiction for too long, we can encourage more people to come forward and get the treatment they need. CARA will increase our investment in federal opioid programs by 1 million a year. In total, were on track to more than double what we invested just a couple of years ago. Just as important, CARA will make those investments more effective by targeting them toward the programs that work. CARA improves prevention by expanding educational efforts, including a new national awareness campaign about this link between prescription painkillers and heroin, fentanyl, and other drugs. It expands treatment, including giving prescribing authority to nurse practitioners and physician assistants for medication-assisted treatment. It expands drug courts. It increases the availability and training for a miracle drug called naloxone, or Narcan, that can actually reverse a drug overdose instantly. And CARA is the first federal law to support long-term recovery. More than 250 groups from around the country in the public health, law enforcement, criminal justice, and drug policy fields have endorsed CARA, and it passed both Houses of Congress with strong bipartisan votes. Its an example of how, by working together to find common ground, we can address the big issues that face our country. But our work here is not over. Through CARA, Congress has decided to spend significantly more taxpayer dollars to address this epidemic and changed how the money is spent so its more effective. Now we need to fight for this every year in the annual spending bills. I welcome the White Houses engagement and support in that effort. Ultimately, the addiction epidemic will be solved by our families and in our communities. But CARA makes the federal government a far better partner in that effort. With CARA now law, I believe that we can begin to turn the tide on this epidemic, save lives, and help restore hope for millions of our fellow citizens. Thanks for the part youll play in that and thank you for listening today.201608/460165郑州市第三人民医院激光去黄褐斑多少钱焦作市治疗黑脸娃娃多少钱



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