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President Obama: Thank you! Hello, Howard! H-U!Audience: You know!President Obama: H-U!Audience: You know!President Obama: Thank you so much, everybody. Please, please, have a seat. Oh, I feel important now. Got a degree from Howard. Cicely Tyson said something nice about me.Audience member: I love you, President!President Obama: I love you back.To President Frederick, the Board of Trustees, faculty and staff, fellow recipients of honorary degrees, thank you for the honor of spending this day with you. And congratulations to the Class of 2016! Four years ago, back when you were just freshmen, I understand many of you came by my house the night I was reelected.So I decided to return the favor and come by yours.To the parents, the grandparents, aunts, uncles, brothers, sisters, all the family and friends who stood by this class, cheered them on, helped them get here today, this is your day, as well. Lets give them a big round of applause, as well. Im not trying to stir up any rivalries here; I just want to see whos in the house. We got Quad? Annex. Drew. Carver. Slow. Towers. And Meridian. Rest in peace, Meridian.Rest in peace.I know youre all excited today. You might be a little tired, as well. Some of you were up all night making sure your credits were in order.Some of you stayed up too late, ended up at HoChi at 2:00 a.m.Got some mambo sauce on your fingers.But you got here. And youve all worked hard to reach this day. Youve shuttled between challenging classes and Greek life. Youve led clubs, played an instrument or a sport. You volunteered, you interned. You held down one, two, maybe three jobs. Youve made lifelong friends and discovered exactly what youre made of. The ;Howard Hustle; has strengthened your sense of purpose and ambition.Which means youre part of a long line of Howard graduates. Some are on this stage today. Some are in the audience. That spirit of achievement and special responsibility has defined this campus ever since the Freedmans Bureau established Howard just four years after the Emancipation Proclamation; just two years after the Civil War came to an end. They created this university with a vision – a vision of uplift; a vision for an America where our fates would be determined not by our race, gender, religion or creed, but where we would be free – in every sense – to pursue our individual and collective dreams.It is that spirit thats made Howard a centerpiece of African-American intellectual life and a central part of our larger American story. This institution has been the home of many firsts: The first black Nobel Peace Prize winner. The first black Supreme Court justice. But its mission has been to ensure those firsts were not the last. Countless scholars, professionals, artists, and leaders from every field received their training here. The generations of men and women who walked through this yard helped reform our government, cure disease, grow a black middle class, advance civil rights, shape our culture. The seeds of change – for all Americans – were sown here. And thats what I want to talk about today.As I was preparing these remarks, I realized that when I was first elected President, most of you – the Class of 2016 – were just starting high school. Today, youre graduating college. I used to joke about being old. Now I realize Im old.Its not a joke anymore.But seeing all of you here gives me some perspective. It makes me reflect on the changes that Ive seen over my own lifetime. So let me begin with what may sound like a controversial statement – a hot take.Given the current state of our political rhetoric and debate, let me say something that may be controversial, and that is this: America is a better place today than it was when I graduated from college. Let me repeat: America is by almost every measure better than it was when I graduated from college. It also happens to be better off than when I took office – (laughter) – but thats a longer story. Thats a different discussion for another speech.But think about it. I graduated in 1983. New York City, Americas largest city, where I lived at the time, had endured a decade marked by crime and deterioration and near bankruptcy. And many cities were in similar shape. Our nation had gone through years of economic stagnation, the stranglehold of foreign oil, a recession where unemployment nearly scraped 11 percent. The auto industry was getting its clock cleaned by foreign competition. And dont even get me started on the clothes and the hairstyles. Ive tried to eliminate all photos of me from this period. I thought I looked good.I was wrong.201605/444735佛山治疗前列腺肥大专业医院We didnt get our authority from the board of selectmen我们既没有得到行政委员会的授权or the emergency management director or the ed Way.也没有被应急办主任或是Uited Way批准We just started answering questions and making decisions because someone, anyone, had to.我们只不过开始回答问题并且做出决定,因为必须有人这么做And why not me? Im a campaign organizer.为什么这个人不是我?我是选举组织者Im good at Facebook.我玩Facebook玩的很好And theres two of me.而且我有两个账号The point is, if theres a flood or a fire or a hurricane,重点是,只要发生洪水,火灾,或者飓风,you, or somebody like you, are going to step up and start organizing things.你,或者像你一样的人,都会站出来组织救灾The other point is that it is hard.不过当中充满困难Lying on the ground after another 17-hour day,又一次工作了17个小时之后躺在地上,Caitria and I would empty our pockets and try to place dozens of scraps of paper into context --Caitria和我掏空口袋,努力把掏出的纸片上的信息整理出来all bits of information that had to be remembered and matched in order to help someone.任何值得记住和需要匹配的信息,为了帮助别人After another day and a shower at the shelter, we realized it shouldnt be this hard.又过了一天,在避难所洗了个澡,我们意识到事情不应该这么困难In a country like ours where we breathe wi-fi,在我们这样的国家可以享受无线网络务leveraging technology for a faster recovery should be a no-brainer.利用科技去加速重建应该很简单Systems like the ones that we were creating on the fly could exist ahead of time.像我们在飞机上建立的那种系统能提前做好准备And if some community member is in this organizing position in every area after every disaster,如果有社区居民,无论在哪儿,每次灾难后都挺身而出these tools should exist.这些办法就会存在So we decided to build them -- a recovery in a box,因此我们决定去为他们--创建一个;重建箱;something that could be deployed after every disaster by any local organizer.它装着一套在灾难后可以被当地人利用的东西I decided to stay in the country,我决定留在自己的国家give up the masters in Moscow and to work full-time to make this happen.而不去莫斯科读硕士,然后全力为实现这一目标努力In the course of the past year, weve become experts in the field of community-powered disaster recovery.通过去年的经历,我们成为了社区援灾害救助领域的专家And there are three main problems that weve observed with the way things work currently.我们观察到三个主要问题,它们有关目前的工作方式The tools. Large aid organizations are exceptional at bringing massive resources to bear after a disaster,首先是工具,大型救助组织提供了重要的灾后补给资源but they often fulfill very specific missions and then they leave.但是通常在完成特定任务之后就离开了This leaves local residents to deal with the thousands of spontaneous volunteers, thousands of donations,这使居民需要自己处理涌入的志愿者和物资and all with no training and no tools.他们没有经验和工具So they use Post-its or Excel or Facebook.所以他们才用即时贴,Excel或者FacebookBut none of these tools allow you to value high-priority information amidst all of the photos and well wishes.但这些会影响你从图片和祝福中甄别重要信息The timing.第二是时间的把握Disaster relief is essentially a backwards political campaign.灾难救助其实是政治选举的反过程In a political campaign, you start with no interest and no capacity to turn that into action.在一场政治选举中,开始你没有兴趣和能力去实践You build both gradually until a moment of peak mobilization at the time of the election.后来兴趣和能力逐渐累积,直到在选举当天达到顶点In a disaster, however, you start with all of the interest and none of the capacity.在一场灾难当中,你则是从兴趣出发而不是能力And youve only got about seven days to capture并且你只有7天的时间去搜罗...50 percent of all of the Web searches that will ever be made to help your area.可以利用的那50%的网络信息,去帮助你所在的地区Then some sporting event happens,然后遇到一些事情需要冒险and youve got only the resources that youve collected thus far to meet the next five years of recovery needs.可是你只能用手头有限的资源去应对灾后5年的重建需要This is the slide for Katrina.屏幕上是卡特里娜飓风This is the curve for Joplin.这是桥普林And this is the curve for the Dallas tornadoes in April where we deployed software.这是四月份达拉斯的龙卷风,我们用软件进行了分析Theres a gap here.这里有个缺口Affected households have to wait for the insurance adjuster to visit before they can start accepting help on their properties.受损家庭必须先等保险公司勘察之后,才能接受援助保护财产And youve only got about four days of interest in Dallas.而且在达拉斯,热情只持续了只有四天201605/444141佛山正规男科医院就诊Then there are artists who are extracting anatomy from both the medical world and the art world还有些艺术家将解剖学从艺术和医学中抽离,and are placing it directly on the streets.直接带上了街头。London-based SHOK-1 paints giant X-rays of pop culture icons.位于伦敦的SHOK-1展示了关于流行文化的巨幅X光片的涂鸦。His X-rays show how culture can come to have an anatomy of its own,这些X光片表现出文化怎样拥有自己的解剖学,and conversely how culture can become part of the anatomy of a person.而相反地,文化如何演变成人体解剖的一部分。You come to admire his work because reproducing X-rays by hand,你喜欢他的涂鸦,因为手绘复制X光片已经很难了,let alone with spray paint, is extremely difficult.更不用说喷漆,简直难上加难。But then again this is a street artist, who also happens to hold a degree in applied chemistry.不过他不但是街头艺术家,还拥有应用化学的学位。Nychos, an Austrian street artist, Nychos takes the term ;exploded view; to a whole new level,一位奥地利街头艺术家将“爆炸式分解”带上了新高度,splattering human and animal dissections on walls all over the world.他肢解的人体和动物涂鸦在世界各地的墙上。Influenced by comics and heavy metal,受漫画和重金属的熏陶,Nychos inserts a very youthful and enticing energy into anatomy that I just love.Nychos为解剖学注入了青春诱人的力量,让我爱不释手。Street artists believe that art belongs to the public.街头艺术家坚信艺术是大众的。And this street anatomy is so captivating because it is the furthest removed from the medical world.街头解剖学之所以迷人,是因为它离医学最远。It forces you to look at it, and confront your own perceptions about anatomy,它迫使你注视,令你直面自己对解剖学的理解,whether you find it beautiful, gross, morbid or awe-inspiring, like I do.不管你觉得好看,恶心,变态,还是和我一样觉得叹为观止。That it elicits these responses at all is due to our intimate and often changing relationship with it.之所以会有如此多感受,是因为我们与解剖学亲密又无常的关系。All of the artists that I showed you here today referenced medical illustrations for their art.今天给大家介绍的所有艺术家都借鉴了医学插画进行艺术创作。But for them, anatomy isnt just something to memorize,但对他们而言,解剖学不是死记硬背的东西,but a base from which to understand the human body on a meaningful level;而是作为一种了解人体意义的基础;to depict it in ways that we can relate, whether it be through cartoons, body painting or street art.用我们能联想到的方式描绘出来,可以是卡通,人体绘,也可以是街头艺术。Anatomical art has the power to reach far beyond the pages of a medical textbook,解剖艺术有着超越医学课本范畴的力量,to ignite an excitement in the public, and reinvigorate an enthusiasm in the medical world,它能点燃大众的热情,重燃医学界的热忱,ultimately connecting our innermost selves with our bodies through art. Thank you.最终通过艺术将身体与我们内心深处连接起来。谢谢。201704/504856Bullying is an issue which can affect any one of us, regardless of age, background, gender, sexuality, race, disability or religion. It can happen for many reasons, it is often stupid and cruel, and can take many forms. And the reach of technology means it can feel unrelenting, leaving the victim feeling attacked, powerless and isolated. For young people in particular, bullying can have a profoundly damaging and long-lasting effect. Each year, more than 16,000 young people in the UK are absent from school due to bullying, harming their education and their long-term prospects. To shatter their trust in relationships and faith in the world around them at such a young age can have a lasting impact on their mental health and state of mind. But it is important that we recognise that bullying is not just confined to the playground or classroom, and it does not only affect children and young people. It exists all around us – in peoples homes, in their workplaces, and in their wider communities. Research shows that victims of bullying can become more susceptible to depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts, and experience difficulties in maintaining healthy relationships. This cannot be allowed to continue. And it is why I am supporting The Diana Award Stand Up to Bullying Campaign. It is our collective responsibility to be alert, and to be y to challenge the behaviour we see around us. We all have a role to play to ensure that we do not stand by, but instead stand up, and put a stop to bullying.201607/457264佛山看不孕哪个医院好

顺德人民医院有治疗前列腺炎吗佛山市早期睾丸发炎要多少钱Now let me tell you that story.现在让我告诉你们那个故事吧。It started two years ago, when I hit my head and got a concussion.这得从两年前说起,当我头被撞后我得了脑震荡。The concussion didnt heal properly, and after 30 days,直到现在,脑震荡还没有痊愈。在那之后的30天后,I was left with symptoms like nonstop headaches, nausea, vertigo, memory loss, mental fog.后遗症是不停的头痛,恶心,眩晕,失忆,精神模糊。My doctor told me that in order to heal my brain, I had to rest it.我的医生告诉我为了使我的大脑痊愈,我不得不让它休息。So I had to avoid everything that triggered my symptoms.所以,我不得不避免接触可以导致那些后遗症在的事。For me that meant no ing, no writing, no games, no work or email, no running, no alcohol, no caffeine.对我来着意味着,不看书,不写东西,不打,不能工作和写邮件,不可以跑步,不能喝酒,不可以吃有咖啡因的东西。In other words — and I think you see where this is going — no reason to live.换句话说,你应该知道我将要到了什么境地了--再没有理由继续活下去。Of course its meant to be funny, but in all seriousness, suicidal ideation is quite common with traumatic brain injuries.当然,这听起来有点好笑,但是老实说,自杀的想法是十分的普遍的被大脑受伤后的精神创伤影响着的。It happens to one in three, and it happened to me.三个当中有一个中招,我就是其中一个。My brain started telling me, ;Jane, you want to die.; It said, ;Youre never going to get better.;我的大脑告诉我,Jane, 你想死。你将再也好不起来了。It said, ;The pain will never end.;还说,疼痛恶魔会一直纠缠你不放。And these voices became so persistent and so persuasive that I started to legitimately fear for my life,这些话开始持续不停,并且越来越有说力,我开始很合理地对生命有了恐惧,which is the time that I said to myself after 34 days — and I will never forget this moment在34天之后那时我对自己说,我一直都忘记不了当时的情形,I said, ;I am either going to kill myself or Im going to turn this into a game.;我说,我要么自杀,要么就就把它变成一场游戏。Now, why a game? I knew from researching the psychology of games for more than a decade that when we play a game就现在而言,为什么是游戏? 我知道打游戏心里学的研究已经有10多年了,and this is in the scientific literature这是个科学的话题,we tackle tough challenges with more creativity, more determination, more optimism,当我们打游戏时候,我们用更多的的创作力、毅力和积极的心态去战胜棘手的困难。and were more likely to reach out to others for help.我们会更可能去从别人那里找援助。I wanted to bring these gamer traits to my real-life challenge,我想把我的这些好的游戏品质带到现实的困境中。so I created a role-playing recovery game called Jane the Concussion Slayer.于是我设计了一个树立榜样康复游戏,叫Jane脑震荡杀手。201706/513404Good morning. Scripture tells us, ;Let not steadfast love and faithfulness forsake you…write them on the tablet of your heart.; Secretary Carter, Chairman Dunford, outstanding members of our Armed Forces, and most of all, survivors of that September day and the families of those we lost – it is a great honor, once again, to be with you on this day, a day that I know is still difficult, but which reveals the love and faithfulness in your hearts and in the heart of our nation. We remember, and we will never forget, the nearly 3,000 beautiful lives taken from us so cruelly – including 184 men, women and children here, the youngest just three years old. We honor the courage of those who put themselves in harms way to save people they never knew. We come together in prayer and in gratitude for the strength that has fortified us across these 15 years. And we renew the love and the faith that binds us together as one American family. Fifteen years may seem like a long time, but for the families who lost a piece of their heart that day, I imagine it can seem like just yesterday. Perhaps its the memory of a last kiss given to a spouse, or the last goodbye to a mother or father, a sister or a brother. We wonder how their lives might have unfolded, how their dreams might have taken shape. And I am mindful that no words we offer, or deeds we do, can ever truly erase the pain of their absence. And yet, you – the survivors and families of 9/11 – your ;steadfast love and faithfulness; has been an inspiration to me and to our entire country. Even as youve mourned, youve summoned the strength to carry on. In the names of those youve lost, youve started scholarships and volunteered in your communities, and done your best to be a good neighbor and a good friend and a good citizen. And in your grief and grace, you have reminded us that, together, theres nothing we Americans cannot overcome. The question before us, as always, is: How do we preserve the legacy of those we lost? How do we live up to their example? And how do we keep their spirit alive in our own hearts? Well, we have seen the answer in a generation of Americans – our men and women in uniform, diplomats, intelligence, homeland security and law enforcement professionals – all who have stepped forward to serve and who have risked and given their lives to keep us safe. Thanks to their extraordinary service, weve dealt devastating blows to al-Qaeda. Weve delivered justice to Osama bin Laden. Weve strengthened our homeland security. Weve prevented attacks. Weve saved lives. We resolve to continue doing everything in our power to protect this country that we love. And today, we once again pay tribute to these patriots, both military and civilian, who serve in our name, including those far away from home in Afghanistan and Iraq. Perhaps most of all, we stay true to the spirit of this day by defending not only our country, but also our ideals. Fifteen years into this fight, the threat has evolved. With our stronger defenses, terrorists often attempt attacks on a smaller, but still deadly scale. Hateful ideologies urge people in their own country to commit unspeakable violence. Weve mourned the loss of innocents from Boston to San Bernardino to Orlando. Groups like al-Qaeda, like ISIL, know that we will never be able – they will never be able to defeat a nation as great and as strong as America. So, instead, theyve tried to terrorize in the hopes that they can stoke enough fear that we turn on each other and that we change who we are or how we live. And thats why it is so important today that we reaffirm our character as a nation – a people drawn from every corner of the world, every color, every religion, every background – bound by a creed as old as our founding, e pluribus unum. Out of many, we are one. For we know that our diversity – our patchwork heritage – is not a weakness; it is still, and always will be, one of our greatest strengths. This is the America that was attacked that September morning. This is the America that we must remain true to. Across our country today, Americans are coming together in service and remembrance. We run our fingers over the names in memorial benches here at the Pentagon. We walk the hallowed grounds of a Pennsylvania field. We look up at a gleaming tower that pierces the New York City skyline. But in the end, the most enduring memorial to those we lost is ensuring the America that we continue to be – that we stay true to ourselves, that we stay true to whats best in us, that we do not let others divide us. As I mark this solemn day with you for the last time as President, I think of Americans whose stories Ive been humbled to know these past eight years – Americans who, I believe, embody the true spirit of 9/11. Its the courage of Welles Crowther, just 24 years old, in the South tower – the man in the red bandana who spent his final moments helping strangers to safety before the towers fell. Its the resilience of the firehouse on Eighth Avenue – patriots who lost more than a dozen men, but who still suit up every day as the ;Pride of Midtown.; Its the love of a daughter – Payton Wall of New Jersey – whose father, in his last moments on the phone from the towers, told her, ;I will always be watching over you.; Its the resolve of those Navy SEALS who made sure justice was finally done, who served as we must live as a nation – getting each others backs, looking out for each other, united, one mission, one team. Its the ultimate sacrifice of men and women who rest for eternity not far from here, in gentle green hills in perfect formation – Americans who gave their lives in faraway places so that we can be here today, strong and free and proud. Its all of us – every American who gets up each day, lives our lives, carries on. Because as Americans, we do not give in to fear. We will preserve our freedoms and the way of life that makes us a beacon to the world. ;Let not steadfast love and faithfulness forsake you…write them on the tablet of your heart.; And how we conduct ourselves as individuals and as a nation, we have the opportunity each and every day to live up to the sacrifice of those heroes that we lost. May God bless the memory of the loved ones here and across the country. They remain in our hearts today. May He watch over these faithful families and all who protect us. And may God forever bless the ed States of America.201609/466241佛山禅城区治疗包皮包茎多少钱英语日常口语 28:The hungry cat本单元是关于中国年的对话Alice: Happy Chinese New Year Helen! What are you doing?Helen: Reading about our Chinese astrology signs.Alice: Oh do tell.Helen: Well, I was born in '86 so I'm a tiger. I have an air of authority and am courageous but I'm also prone to emotional outbursts and react poorly under stress. Alice: Oh, what am I? Helen: You are 3 years older than me so you're a pig.Alice: A pig? Charming! Helen: No, it's different in Chinese culture. A Chinese pig is magnanimous and highly intelligent. You're a perfectionist but venomous if you're crossed. Alice: It's all true! What about Michal? Helen: Well, he's 21 so he's an ox. He's dependable, methodical, honest, unbiased but introverted too. Alice: Ooh, so does that bode well for you two or not?Vocabulary (词汇):Does that bode well for you two?: Is that a sign that you will have a good future together? (对你们俩的未来来说,这是个主吉的预兆吗?)astrology (n): (占星术)the belief that the movement of the stars and planets affect people and their behaviour本单元的语言点是描述人,在描述某人的Describing people 描述人To talk about people's personality or characteristics we can use the following words and phrases: Positive characteristics (积极的特征)She has an air of authority (有权威的气息)Other people believe her and listen to her opinions (其他人都相信她,并听取她的意见)She's courageous (勇敢的,无畏的)She's brave (她很勇敢)They're magnanimous (宽宏大量的,高尚的)They're very generous (他们很大气)She's very dependable (可靠的)If she says she'll do something, she does it. She always keeps her promises. (如果她说了要做什么事,她就会去做的。她总是信守诺言。)He's honest (诚实的)He always tells the truth. You can trust him. (他总是讲实话。你可以信赖他。)He's unbiased (不偏不倚的;无偏见的)He's neutral or impartial. He can see both sides of an argument or disagreement. (他是中立的或无偏见的。他了解双方的争论或不同意见。)Negative characteristics (消极的特征)He's prone to emotional outbursts (容易情绪化发作) He often reacts with very strong emotions (for example, an outburst of anger or tears) 他很容易情绪化发作(比如,勃然大怒或眼泪夺眶而出)She reacts poorly under stress (她在压力下表现糟糕)She reacts badly under stress (她在压力下表现很差)She doesn't deal with stress well. She cries or gets very angry when she's in a stressful situation (她不善于应对压力。遇到紧张的情况,她要么哭泣,要么发火。He's so venomous (恶意的,怀恨的;有毒的He's extremely hateful or angry (他充满仇恨或愤怒)Neutral characteristics (中性特征)She's such a perfectionist (完美主义者)She likes everything to be perfect. She has very high standards for herself (她喜欢事事完美。她为自己定下了很高的水准。)He's introverted (内向型性格的)He's very shy and doesn't like talking to new people (他很害羞,也不喜欢结识他人。)Note: Both these characteristics can be thought of as negative. It depends on the context of the sentence (注意:这两种性格都可以被看作是消极的性格。具体用法要看句子的上下文。)Making negative characteristics sound more positive (使消极特征听起来更积极些)To make a negative comment about someone sound a bit more positive you can say (使用下面的句型,可使针对某人的消极性说法听起来更积极些):not very + positive adjective She's not very generous She's mean (她很自私)He's not very dependable He's unreliable (他不可靠) They're not very honest They're untrustworthy (他们不值得信赖)性格或特征时,我们可以使用下面这些词和短语 /200707/16030佛山新世纪诊疗

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