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哈市妇幼保健院产前检查好吗哈尔滨医大二院联系电话Eighty percent of carbon emissions come from cities,80%的碳排放来自于城市,which means cities are in a position而这意味着城市正处于一个to solve the carbon problem, or most of it,解决碳排放问题的关键位置。whether or not the states of which they are a part无论这些城市是否来自于同一个国家,make agreements with one another.他们达成协议。And they are doing it.并且履行承诺。Los Angeles cleaned up its port,洛杉矶清理了它的港口which was 40 percent of carbon emissions,也就是说原40%的碳排放量and as a result got rid of about 20 percent of carbon.被减少为20%的碳排放量。New York has a program to upgrade its old buildings,纽约同样有着一个翻新旧建筑物的项目,make them better insulated in the winter,使这些建筑可以在冬天隔绝冷风,to not leak energy in the summer,而减少夏天泄露室内的冷气的现象,not leak air conditioning. Thats having an impact.从而减少用电,减少碳排放量。Bogota, where Mayor Mockus,哥伦比亚首都波哥大,前市长莫库斯 Antanas Mockuswhen he was mayor, he introduced a transportation system引进了一种可以节省能源、that saved energy, that allowed surface buses又让地面交通如地铁般高效的to run in effect like subways,通达地点多的express buses with corridors.公共交通系统。It helped unemployment, because people could get across town,它帮助减少失业率因为人们能够在城市中自由穿行,and it had a profound impact on climate as well as并且对当地气候many other things there.有了显著的改善。Singapore, as it developed its high-rises再如新加坡,一个拥有众多发达的高楼大厦and its remarkable public housing,和卓越的公共住房体系的国家,also developed an island of parks,也同样发展了公园岛屿政策,and if you go there, youll see how much of it如果你有机会去到新加坡,你就可以看到is green land and park land.新加坡遍地是绿地和公园。Cities are doing this, but not just one by one.城市们正在实践,但并不是一个接着一个的,They are doing it together.而是合力共赢。They are sharing what they do,它们彼此分享经验,and they are making a difference by shared best practices.而且他们通过分享让世界变得不同。Bike shares, many of you have heard of it,公用自行车,你们可能听说过,started 20 or 30 years ago in Latin America.大约二十至三十年前在拉丁美洲起源。Now its in hundreds of cities around the world.而现如今已再全世界的数以千计的城市里有了这个项目。Pedestrian zones, congestion fees,行人专用区、交通拥挤费、emission limits in cities like California cities have,以及像加州城市有的碳排放限制条款,theres lots and lots that cities can do有很多是城市可以做的,even when opaque, stubborn nations refuse to act.而不透明、固执的国家体制不愿意去做的。So whats the bottom line here?那,我们的底线是什么?The bottom line is, we still live politically底线就是,我们依旧生活在政治性界线之下、in a world of borders, a world of boundaries,生活在领土界线之下、a world of walls,生活在高墙之下、a world where states refuse to act together.生活在国家拒绝共同合作努力的现实之下;Yet we know that the reality we experience但是我们却知道我们所经历的现实是day to day is a world without borders,世界正一天一天的变成一个没有界线的世界,a world of diseases without borders因为世界性流行病跨越了国界,and doctors without borders,所以医生们跨越了国界,maladies sans frontier, Medecins Sans frontier,卫生组织跨越了国界;of economics and technology without borders,经济和技术跨越了国界;of education without borders,教育跨越了国界;of terrorism and war without borders.恐怖主义和战争跨越了国界;That is the real world, and unless we find a way而这就是真实的世界,to globalize democracy or democratize globalization,除非我们找到了一个方法去使民主全球化,we will increasingly not only risk我们将会不仅冒着无法解决国际问题的危险,the failure to address all of these transnational problems,并且冒着失去but we will risk losing democracy itself,民主的危险,locked up in the old nation-state box,被锁在一个旧的民族国家的牢笼里unable to address global problems democratically.无法民主地处理这些全球性的大问题,So where does that leave us?那我们处于一个何等的境地?Ill tell you. The road to global democracy让我来告诉你。通往全球民主之路,doesnt run through states.不会通过国家It runs through cities.而是通过城市。Democracy was born in the ancient polis.民主起源于古代城邦,I believe it can be reborn in the global cosmopolis.我相信它也可以在全球大都市中重生。In that journey from polis to cosmopolis,从古代城邦到现代大都市的旅程中,we can rediscover the power我们重新发现了全球层次的of democracy on a global level.民主的力量。We can create not a League of Nations, which failed,我们要创造的不是国家的联盟,因为它注定会失败。but a League of Cities,我们要创造的而是城市间的联盟,not a ed or a dis-ed Nations,不是联合或对抗的国家组合,but ed Cities of the World.而是联合起来的全球的城市。We can create a global parliament of mayors.我们可以创立全球市长议会。Thats an idea. Its in my conception of the coming world,这是一个新的议题,是我理想中的未来社会,but its also on the table in City Halls也是在市政会议厅上迫在眉睫的议题,in Seoul, Korea, in Amsterdam,在韩国首尔、阿姆斯特丹、in Hamburg, and in New York.汉堡、纽约,Mayors are considering that idea of how you can actually市长们正正在考虑如何真正的组成一个constitute a global parliament of mayors,国际市长议会。and I love that idea, because a parliament of mayors我钟意这个创意,因为市长议会is a parliament of citizens也是市民议会,and a parliament of citizens is a parliament of us,市民议会就是我们的议会,of you and of me.是你,也是我的议会。If ever there were citizens without borders,如果有一个地方的市民是无国界的,I think its the citizens of TED我想,那就是TED的市民,who show the promise to be those citizens without borders.是发誓成为无国界市民的TED人。I am y to reach out and embrace我已经张开双臂去拥抱a new global democracy,一个全新的全球性民主,to take back our democracy.去拿回属于我们的民主。And the only question is,唯一的问题是,are you?你准备好了吗?Thank you so much, my fellow citizens.谢谢,各位市民的聆听与关注。Thank you.谢谢。201503/367235哈尔滨七院诊所 Its evolved into something that is much subtler. 它已演变成某种更微妙的东西。This is an actual text that was done by a non-male person of about 20 years old not too long ago. 这是一段真实的短信对话它是由一个20出头的姑娘在前不久写的。I love the font youre using, btw. 第一句:顺便说一句,我喜欢你用的字体。Julie: lol thanks gmail is being slow right now.朱莉: lol谢谢谷歌邮箱现在变得好慢。Now if you think about it, thats not funny. 如果大家想想看,这可不好笑。No ones laughing. 也没有人在笑。And yet, there it is, so you assume theres been some kind of hiccup. 但是,这个字(lol)却在那里,你会认为这可能就是打错了。Then Susan says lol, I know, 然后苏珊说lol,我知道,again more guffawing than were used to when youre talking about these inconveniences. 再一次,真让人捧腹大笑。这可不是我们一般遇上这样麻烦事的态度。So Julie says, I just sent you an email. 朱莉接着说,我刚给你发了封邮件。Susan: lol, I see it. 苏珊:lol,我收到了。Very funny people, if thats what LOL means. 非常有趣的两个人,如果这是LOL的真实意思的话。This Julie says, So whats up? 朱莉说,最近怎么样?Susan: lol, I have to write a 10 page paper. 苏珊:lol,我得写一篇10页的作文。Shes not amused. Lets think about it. 这么看的话,她可不开心。LOL is being used in a very particular way. LOL是以一种特别的方式被使用的。Its a marker of empathy. Its a marker of accommodation. 它代表着感同身受,代表着某种无奈妥协。We linguists call things like that pragmatic particles. 我们语言学家称之为口头禅。Any spoken language thats used by real people has them. 任何口语都有这些词语。If you happen to speak Japanese, think about that little word ne that you use at the end of a lot of sentences. 如果你会说日语的话,想想你在很多句子后面加上的那个ne字。If you listen to the way black youth today speak, 如果你听现在的年轻黑人说话,think about the use of the word yo. 想想这个词yo的使用。Whole dissertations could be written about it, 这都够写学术论文的了,and probably are being written about it. 说不定人们已经开始写了。A pragmatic particle, thats what LOL has gradually become. LOL已经逐渐演变成了一个口头禅。Its a way of using the language between actual people. 这就是人们使用语言的一种方式。Another example is slash. 另外一个例子是slash.Now, we can use slash in the way that were used to, 看看这个句子,我们要去一个派对,along the lines of, Were going to have a party-slash-networking session. 同时(slash)来扩展一下人脉slash这里连接派对和扩展人脉两个活动。Thats kind of like what were at. 我们通常这么使用这个字。Slash is used in a very different way in texting among young people today. 今天Slash这个字用在年轻人的短信里却有非常不同的意思。201511/411488And think about the friends who never got the chance to go to college but were still invested in your success—friends who talked you out of dropping out, friends who kept you out of trouble so that you could graduate on time, friends who forced you to study when you wanted to procrastinate.想想那些从来没有机会进入大学但依然为你们的成功出钱出力的朋友们吧——想想那些劝告你们不要辍学的朋友们,想想那些让你们远离麻烦以便你们能够准时毕业的朋友们,想想那些当你们想偷懒时强迫你们去学习的朋友们。Most importantly, tough, think of the millions of ids living all over this world who will never come close to having the chance to stand in your shoes—kids in New Orleans whose schools are still recovering from the ravages of Katrina; kids who will never go to school at all because theyre forced to work in a sweat shop somewhere; kids in your very own communities who just cant get a break, who dont have anyone in their lives telling them that theyre good enough and smart enough to do whatever they can imagine; kids who have lost the ability to dream. These kids are desperate to find someone or something to cling to. They are looking to you for some sign of hope.但是最重要的,想想世界上还有数百万计的孩子们,他们永远不会像你们一样离机会如此之近——想想纽奥良的那些孩子们,他们的学校遭受了卡特里娜飓风的肆掠,目前还在修复;想想那些将永远没有机会上学的孩子们,他们会被迫在世界各个角落的血汗工厂里做工;想想你们自己社区里的孩子们吧,他们没有这么好的运气,在他们的生命里没有人告诉他们,他们聪明优秀,足以完成他们想象的任何事情;想想那些失去梦想的孩子们吧。这些孩子们迫切想找到可以依赖的人或事物。他们想要从你们那里看到希望的曙光。So, whenever you get y to give up, think about all of these people and remember that you are blessed. Remember that you are blessed. Remember that in exchange for those blessings, you must gives something back. You must reach back and pull someone up.所以当你们准备放弃的时候。想想所有这些人,记住你们是幸运的。记住你们是被祝福的。记住,得到了这些幸福后,你们必须拿出东西来回馈社会,你们必须回过身去拉别人一把。 /201303/228914哈尔滨哪个妇科医院人流手术较好

哈尔滨市第二医院做白带常规阴道镜彩超多少钱The other day I went to an amusement park with my soon to be four-year-old son and I watched him play arcade games.有一天我和我快四岁大的儿子去了游乐园,我看着他玩街机游戏。He was incredibly focused, throwing his ball at the target.他非常专注的把球往靶子上扔。Jewish mother that I am, I skipped twenty steps, and was aly imagining him as a major league player.作为一名犹太母亲,我跳过20个步骤,已经开始想象他是一个大联盟的球员。With what is his aim and his arm and his concentration, but then I realized what he want.投球精准,手臂健壮,全神贯注,但是后来我意识到了他想要的是什么。He was playing to trade in his tickets for the crappy plastic toys.他玩这个是为了得到票以换取那些粗劣的塑料玩具。The prize was much more exciting than the game to get it.奖品远比游戏过程令人兴奋。I of course want to urge him to take joy and the challenge of the game, the improvement upon practice, the satisfaction of doing something well, and even feeling the accomplishment when achieving the games goals.我当然想敦促他享受游戏的欢乐和挑战,在练习中进步,表现优越而获得满足感,甚至是在达到游戏目标时的成就感。But all these aspects were shaded by the little ten-cent plastic man, with sticky stretchy blue arms that adhere to the walls.但所有这些方面都被十美分的塑料小人玩具给遮盖了,它有着可以粘在墙壁上的蓝色手臂。That was the prize.这就是所谓奖品。In a childs nature, we see many of our innate tendencies.从一个孩子的天性中,我们看到了我们许多与生俱来的倾向。I saw myself in him and perhaps you do too.我在他身上看到了自己,也许你们也看到了自身。Prizes serve as false idols everywhere, prestige, wealth, fame, power.奖品作为虚假偶像无处不在,声誉,财富,名声,力量。You will be exposed to many of these, if not all.你将会接触到很多,至少也会碰到几个。Of course part of why I was invited to come to speak today beyond my being a proud alumna is that Ive recruited some very coveted toys in my life, including a not so plastic, not so crappy one, an Oscar.当然今天我被邀请来演讲的部分原因除了我是一个骄傲的女校友外,是因为我在人生中收集了一些非常令人垂涎的玩具,不像塑料那么廉价,也不那么蹩脚,一座奥斯卡小金人。So we bump up against the common troll I think of the commencement address people who have achieved a lot telling you that the fruits of the achievement are not are not always to be trusted.我们通常在毕业典礼演讲上碰到的烦心事那就是取得了许多成功的人告诉你成功的果实并不总是值得信任。But I think that contradiction can be reconciled and in fact instructed.但是我认为矛盾实际上是可以协调的,并且具有教导意义。Achievement is wonderful when you know why youre doing it.成就是美好的,当你知道你为什么这么做的时候。And when you dont know, it can be a terrible trap.如果你不知道,它就可能变成可怕的陷阱。201506/381689哈尔滨中医大二院引产多少钱 Its great to be here at this school, at this outstanding school. Your inspiring teachers and your commitment to British values means you are not just achieving outstanding academic success, but you are building a shared community where children of many faiths and backgrounds learn not just with each other, but from each other too.And that goes right to the heart of what I want to talk about today.I said on the steps of Downing Street that this would be a ‘one nation government, bringing our country together.And today, I want to talk about a vital element of that. How together we defeat extremism and at the same time build a stronger, more cohesive society.My starting point is this.Over generations, we have built something extraordinary in Britain – a successful multi-racial, multi-faith democracy. Its open, diverse, welcoming – these characteristics are now as British as queuing and talking about the weather.It is here in Britain where different people, from different backgrounds, who follow different religions and different customs, dont just rub alongside each other but we are relatives and friends; husbands, wives, cousins, neighbours and colleagues.It is here in Britain where in one or two generations people can come with nothing and rise as high as their talent allows.It is here in Britain where success is achieved not in spite of our diversity, but because of our diversity.So, as we talk about the threat of extremism and the challenge of integration, we should not do our country down – we are, without a shadow of doubt, a beacon to the world.And as we debate these issues, neither should we demonise people of particular backgrounds. Every one of the communities that has come to call our country home has made Britain a better place. And because the focus of my remarks today is on tackling Islamist extremism – not Islam the religion – let me say this.I know what a profound contribution Muslims from all backgrounds and denominations are making in every sphere of our society, proud to be both British and Muslim, without conflict or contradiction.And I know too something else: I know too how much you hate the extremists who are seeking to divide our communities and how you loathe the damage they do.As Prime Minister, I want to work with you to confront and defeat this poison. And today, I want to set out how. I want to explain what I believe we need to do as a country to defeat this extremism, and help to strengthen our multi-racial, multi-faith democracy.Now, it begins – it must begin – by understanding the threat we face and why we face it. What we are fighting, in Islamist extremism, is an ideology. It is an extreme doctrine.And like any extreme doctrine, it is subversive. At its furthest end it seeks to destroy nation-states to invent its own barbaric realm. And it often backs violence to achieve this aim – mostly violence against fellow Muslims – who dont subscribe to its sick worldview.But you dont have to support violence to subscribe to certain intolerant ideas which create a climate in which extremists can flourish.– Ideas which are hostile to basic liberal values such as democracy, freedom, sexual equality.– Ideas which actively promote discrimination, sectarianism and segregation.– Ideas, like those of the despicable far right, which privilege one identity to the detriment of the rights and freedoms of others.– And ideas also based on conspiracy: that Jews exercise malevolent power; or that Western powers, in concert with Israel, are deliberately humiliating Muslims because they aim to destroy Islam. In this warped worldview, such conclusions are reached – that 9/11 was actually inspired by Mossad to provoke the invasion of Afghanistan; or British security services knew about 7/7, but didnt do anything about it because they wanted to provoke an anti-Muslim backlash.201509/397366哈市阳光医院缩阴

哈尔滨武警医院线路I am a vicar in the Church of England.我是一名英国圣公会的牧师。Ive been a priest in the Church for 20 years.我做牧师已经有20年了。For most of that time, Ive been struggling and grappling with questions about the nature of God. Who is God?在这20年的大部分时间里,我一直在努力解决和回答关于上帝本质的问题:上帝是谁?And Im very aware that when you say the word ;God,;many people will turn off immediately.我很清楚,当你一说起“上帝”这个词,很多人会立即走开。And most people, both within and outside the organized church,still have a picture of a celestial controller,a rule maker, a policeman in the sky who orders everything,and causes everything to happen. 并且大多数人,无论是信教还是不信教的,心中还是认为上帝是这样一个形像:一个天上的主宰者,规则制定者,掌管一切的太空警察,万事万物发生的根源。He will protect his own people,and answer the prayers of the faithful.他会保护他创造的人类,并回应信徒们的祷告。And in the worship of my church,the most frequently used adjective about God is ;almighty.; 在教堂里做礼拜,对上帝最常用的形容词是“全能”。But I have a problem with that.但我觉得这个观念是不对的。I have become more and more uncomfortable with this perception of God over the years.多年以来,我已经越来越对这个观念感到不舒。Do we really believe that God is the kind of male boss that weve been presenting in our worship and in our liturgies over all these years?难道我们真的相信上帝是一个这么多年来我们在礼拜仪式和祷告中描述的那么一位男性的老板形像?Of course, there have been thinkers who have suggested different ways of looking at God.当然,曾经也有一些思想家建议用不同的方式来看待上帝。Exploring the feminine, nurturing side of divinity.比如:探索神的女性和育养的一面,Suggesting that God expresses Himself or Herself through powerlessness,rather than power.主张上帝是通过阴柔无力,而不是阳刚和力量,来呈现自己,不管是作为男性或者女性形像;Acknowledging that God is unknown and unknowable by definition.接受上帝本来就是未知的,也不可知的,这个定义,Finding deep resonances with other religions and philosophies and ways of looking at life as part of what is a universal and global search for meaning.寻找与其他宗教和哲学之间共同的内涵,以及作为全世界人类探索人生意义过程中看待生命的不同方式。These ideas are well known in liberal academic circles,but clergy like myself have been reluctant to air them,for fear of creating tension and division in our church communities,for fear of upsetting the simple faith of more traditional believers. 这些想法在自由学术界是众所周知的,但像我自己这样的神职人员却不愿意公开宣扬它们,因为害怕在教会中会产生紧张气氛甚至分裂,害怕打破传统信徒的纯朴信仰。I have chosen not to rock the boat.我选择了不去惹麻烦。Then, on December 26th last year, just two months ago,that underwater earthquake triggered the tsunami. 然而,去年12月26日,仅仅两个月前,海底地震引发了海啸。And two weeks later, Sunday morning, 9th of January,I found myself standing in front of my congregation intelligent, well meaning, mostly thoughtful Christian people,and I needed to express, on their behalf, our feelings and our questions. 于是两个星期后,星期日上午, 1月9日,我站在我的会众面前,他们是一群智慧的、善良的、有思想的基督徒,我需要代表他们表达我们的感情和我们的疑问。I had my own personal responses, but I also have a public role,and something needed to be said. 虽然我有自己的个人感受,但我还有一个公共角色,这时需要说点儿什么。And this is what I said.下面是我当时所说的话。Shortly after the tsunami I a newspaper article written by the Archbishop of Canterbury-fine title,about the tragedy in Southern Asia.海啸发生后不久,我读了坎特伯雷大主教发表在报纸上的一篇文章,标题是:关于发生在南亚的悲剧。The essence of what he said was this:他所讲的精髓是这样的:the people most affected by the devastation and loss of life do not want intellectual theories about how God let this happen.因这场灾难和生命的逝去而饱受磨难的人们并不需要一个理论来解释上帝为何让这种事情发生。201505/374942 It is a great pleasure to be with you here in Dubai today. Let me offer my sincere thanks and appreciation to the ed Arab Emirates for all its efforts in the excellent organization and facilities for this conference. I would like to express my thanks to the local authorities of Dubai for their very kind hospitality.Ladies and gentlemen,I think we are all well aware of the importance of this sixth WTDC, and I am encouraged to see such a high level of participation.What we decide and define here over the next two weeks will shape not just the future of ICT development over the next four years, but the future shape of the very world we live in.In today’s fast-moving ICT sector, four years is a very long time. To see how long that really is, let’s look back to 2010, when we last held the WTDC, in Hyderabad, India.Since then the ICT landscape has changed in extraordinary and unexpected ways.We have seen the number of fixed-line subscriptions continue to fall, and there are now around 82 million fewer fixed-line subscriptions than there were at the beginning of 2010.This fall in fixed lines has been massively more than compensated for by mobile growth over the same period – with net additions of almost 2.2 billion mobile cellular subscriptions since the beginning of 2010.And the great news for this Conference is that almost all of this growth has been in the developing world, which accounted for 90% of the net additions – very close to two billion new mobile cellular subscriptions have been added in the past four years.The same pattern is true of the growth in internet users, where 817 million of the one billion new internet users over the past four years have come from the developing world.We have also seen social media continue to skyrocket. When we met in Hyderabad, four years ago, there were around 30 million users of Twitter, and 400 million users of Facebook. Today hundreds of millions of tweets are sent every day, and Facebook has over 1.2 billion users.Does that mean our job is finished?Of course not!And that’s why we’re all here.While over three quarters of people in the developed world now have access to the internet, more than two thirds of people in the developing world still do not.In the developed world, fixed and mobile broadband penetration rates at the beginning of 2014 stood at 27.2% and 74.8% respectively. In the developing world, they stood at 6.1% and 19.8%.Distinguished delegates,These are powerful numbers, but they also demonstrate the extraordinary opportunities that lie ahead.ICTs – and in particular broadband networks – offer perhaps the greatest opportunity we have ever had to make rapid and profound advances in global social and economic development.This is of tremendous and timely importance, as we approach the cusp between the MDGs next year, and the beginning of the post-2015 development process.And this of course is why ‘Broadband for Sustainable Development’ has been chosen as the theme for WTDC this year.Like you, I am convinced that by extending access to broadband, countries will quickly accelerate sustainable social and economic progress.By delivering efficiencies across so many areas – from education and healthcare to transportation, water and energy – broadband networks can quickly pay for themselves, creating a virtuous circle of investment, productivity and human development.To help world leaders see the ways that broadband can accelerate the achievement of the MDGs, ITU and UNESCO launched the Broadband Commission for Digital Development in 2010, just a few weeks before we last met, in Hyderabad.In this context, and in the context of this Conference, it is especially gratifying to see broadband access growing so rapidly in the developing world – with penetration in the developing world in terms of mobile broadband growing an incredible 50% between the beginning of 2013 and the beginning of 2014.Ladies and gentlemen,I am an optimist, and I have tremendous faith that the public and private sectors will work together to invest in, and to roll-out, the necessary infrastructure.They did this so well in the creation of mobile cellular networks in the developing world, and I expect to see the pattern continued for broadband.I am also convinced that in partnership, they will also help create the necessary services that people need, and that we will quickly see enriched content developed and created that will start off a virtuous circle in stimulating demand.As this happens, we will rapidly see broadband reach the remotest corners of our planet.We must make sure that we do not just bring broadband to the people, but that we do so responsibly. That we preserve cyberpeace and deliver cybersecurity in a world that is always connected, and always online.Distinguished delegates,The output from this Conference will be fed into the ITU Strategic Plan which will be endorsed by the ITU’s Plenipotentiary Conference in Korea in October.And I hope that many of you will be there to help shape our future as an organization – and to make sure we adopt a sound strategic and financial plan for the next four years.So over the next two weeks, let’s dream big!Let’s think about how technological advances might shape the future;Let’s think about what can be done with massive increases in computational power and ever-cheaper memory;Let’s think about what can we do with the cloud, to make the world a better place;And let’s think about how can we put ever-smarter, ever-more affordable smartphones to use across the developing world.Let’s be bold!Let’s work together to develop the programmes and projects that will ensure ICTs really do deliver a better quality of life – for all the world’s people!Thank you.201502/359174黑龙江省海员总医院网上预约挂号延寿县人民医院门诊官网

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