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浙江省金华市妇保医院网上预约挂号演讲文本Tony Blair's speech on returning to 10 Downing Street(6 May 2005) British Prime Minister Tony Blair unveiled his third-term government at the start of perhaps the most crucial week of his political career, amid talk of a possible challenge to his leadership.(AFP/File/Carl de Souza) Tony Blair:I've just come from Buckingham Palace where the Queen has asked me to form a new government which I will do. It's a tremendous honour and privilege to be elected for a third term and I'm acutely conscious of that honour and that privilege. When I stood here first eight years ago I was a lot younger but also a lot less experienced. Today as well as having in our minds the priorities that people want, we, I, the government, has the knowledge, as well as the determination and commitment, to deliver them. The great thing about the election is that you go out and talk to people for week upon week. And I've listened and I've learned, and I think I've a very clear idea what the people now expect from the government in a third term. And I want to say to them very directly that I, we, the government, are going to focus relentlessly now on the priorities that people have set for us. What are those priorities? First they like the strong economy, but life is still a real struggle for many people and many families in this country and they know there are new issues: help for first time buyers to get their feet on the first rungs of the housing ladder; families trying to cope with balancing work and family life; many people struggling to make ends meet; many families on low incomes who desperately need help and support to increase their living standards; businesses who whilst they like the economic stability, want us also to focus on stimulating enterprise on investing in science and skills and technology for the future. It's very clear what people want us to do and we will do it. Second in relation to the public services, health and education, again people like the investment that has gone into public services, they welcome it. I have found absolutely no support for any suggestion we cut back that investment. The people want that money to work better for them, they want higher standards, both of care and of education for the investment we are putting in. And so we will focus on delivering not just the investment but the reform and change of those public services and I will do so with passion, because I want to keep universal public services that know that the only way of keeping the consent for them is by making the changes necessary for the twenty-first century. And third, people welcome the fact that so many more people are in work and have moved off benefit and into work, but people still know there are too many people economically inactive who should to be helped off benefit and into work. And they also know that, whatever help we are giving today's pensioners, tomorrow's pensioners are deeply concerned as to whether they will have the standard of life that they want. People expect us to sort out these issues, we will do so. And fourth, I've also learnt that the British people are a tolerant and decent people, they did not want immigration made a divisive issue in the course of the election campaign, but they do believe there are real problems in our immigration and asylum system and they expect us to sort them out, and we will do so. And fifth, I've been struck again and again in the course of this campaign by people worrying that in our country today, though they like the fact we have got over the deference of the past, there is a disrespect that people don't like. And whether it's in the classroom, or on the street in town centres on a Friday or Saturday night, I want to focus on this issue. We've done a lot so far with anti-social orders and additional numbers of police. But I want to make this a particular priority for this government, how we bring back a proper sense of respect in our schools, in our communities, in our towns and our villages. And rising out of that will be a radical programme of legislation that will focus exactly on those priorities: on education; on health; on welfare reform; on immigration; on law and order. In addition I know that Iraq has been a deeply divisive issue in this country, that has been very clear. But I also know and believe that after this election people want to move on, they want to focus on the future in Iraq and here. And I know too that there are many other issues that concern people in the international agenda, and we will focus on those, on poverty in Africa, on climate change, on making progress in Israel and Palestine. So there is a very big agenda for a third-term. Even if we don't have quite the same expectations that people had of us in 1997, we now have the experience and the commitment to see it through. One final thing: I've also learnt something about the British people, that whatever the difficulties and disagreements with us, and whatever issues and challenges that confront them, their values of fairness and decency and opportunity for all, and the belief that people should be able to get on, on the basis of hard work and merit, not class and background, those values are the values I believe in, the values our government will believe in.200603/5042金华义乌小腿减肥多少钱 Thank you. Thank you so much. 谢谢你们。非常感谢你们。Thank you, Chuck, for that very kind introduction. 谢谢你,查克,谢谢你非常热情的介绍。Chuck is a proud police officer, he’s the proud parent of a police officer, and he has dedicated his life to law enforcement and their families.查克是一位令人骄傲的警官,他的父母因他是一位警官而感到骄傲,他把毕生精力都献给了执法和他们的家庭。So I want to thank him for his extraordinary service.所以我要感谢他的特殊贡献。I want to recognize the entire Fraternal Order of Police and its leadership, including Jim Pasco, for all your work on behalf of those who wear the badge. 我想要认识整个警察兄弟会和其领导,包括吉姆?帕斯科,你们所有的工作代表着佩戴徽章的人们。I’d like to recognize FOP Auxiliary President Linda Hennie, all the members of the FOP Auxiliary, members of Congress including Speaker Boehner, Congressman Hoyer, and Senator Leahy, as well as members of my administration.我想认识警察兄弟会主席辅助琳达?海宁,全体警察兄弟会的辅助,国会成员,包括发言人纳,众议员豪尔,参议员莱希以及我政府的成员们。And most of all, I want to acknowledge and thank the families of those who have fallen. 而且最重要的是,我要感谢,感谢那些已经逝去警官们的家庭。As Scripture tells us, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God.” 正如圣经告诉我们的那样,“和平的使者会受到祝福,因为他们将被称为上帝之子。”Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God. 和平的使者会受到祝福,因为他们将被称为上帝之子。Our country’s law enforcement officers use force when they have to. 我们国家的执法人员当不得不使用的时候才会使用武力。They are well armed and they are well trained. 他们装备精良而且训练有素。But they never forget that theirs is a mission of peace. 但是他们永远不会忘记自己的和平使命。Their job is to keep the peace, to allow all of us to enjoy peace in our neighborhoods and for our families.他们的工作是保卫和平,让我们在我们社区和使我们的家人都享受和平。And today, with heavy hearts, we honor those who gave their lives in the service of that mission. 今天,怀着沉重的心情,我们纪念那些在这些任务中献出了自己生命的人们。Their families are in our thoughts and prayers, as we remember the quiet courage of the men and women we have lost.我们思念并为他们的家人们祈祷,因为我们记得已经失去的男性和女性们那份平静的勇气。These are officers like Detective John Falcone, of Poughkeepsie, New York.警官们中有些人像纽约波基普西的侦探约翰?法尔科恩。In February, Detective Falcone responded to a shot fired call on Main Street. 在2月,法尔科恩侦探接到一起主要街道上的击事件。And when he arrived on the scene, he saw a man holding a gun with one hand, and a small child with the other.当他赶到事故现场时,他看见一个人用一手拿,一手挟持着一位小孩。In a situation like that, every instinct pushes us towards self-preservation. 在那样的情境下,每一种本都会推动我们进行自我保护。But when the suspect fled, still holding the child, Detective Falcone didn’t think twice. 而当嫌疑犯逃离时仍然挟持着孩子,侦探法尔科恩没有过多考虑。He took off in pursuit, and tragically, in the struggle that followed, he was shot and killed.他立即开始追踪,不幸的是,在随后的战斗中,他被开射杀致死。He is survived by his parents.他的父母白发人送黑发人。But there’s another survivor as well: A three-year old child who might not be alive today had it not been for the sacrifice of a hero who gave his life for another.但还有另一位幸存者:一个三岁的孩子,如果不是英雄牺牲生命,将自己的生命奉献给他,这个孩子可能不会活到今天。This willingness to risk everything for a complete stranger is extraordinary. 这种敢于为一个完全陌生人冒险的意志是非凡的。And yet, among our nation’s law enforcement officers, it is also commonplace. 然而,在我们国家的执法人员中,这已经司空见惯。Last summer, the North Platte River was running high near Douglas, Wyoming. 去年夏天,北普拉特河在怀俄明州道格拉斯附近水势湍急。When a teenage girl got caught in the current, Deputy Bryan Gross, of the Converse County Sheriff’s Office,jumped in after her.当一位十几岁的女孩被水流困住,康维斯县警长办公室的副警长布莱恩?格罗斯随即纵身跃入水中救人。The girl was eventually pulled from the water, but Deputy Gross was swept away. 这个女孩最终被从水中救起,但是格罗斯副警长被大水冲走。And he is survived by his wife, Amy. 他留下了妻子,艾米。Today, we remember a man who swore to protect his neighbors, and who kept that promise no matter what the cost. 今天,我们铭记一位发誓要保护他邻居的男人,他履行了自己的承诺,无论付出何种代价。I suspect that at that moment, Deputy Gross wasn’t trying to be a hero; he was just doing his job. 我怀疑在那一刻,格罗斯副警长并非想成为一名英雄,他只是在做他的工作。You can find that bravery, the courage to do your duty, day in and day out, in so many officers across our country.你可以从中发现勇气,去履行你职责的勇气,日复一日,我们整个国家有如此多的这样的警官们。201205/184603金东区腿部脱毛价格

磐安县笑纹细纹纹抬头纹哪家便宜价格国际英文演讲高手 Chapter4-1暂无文本 200709/17885 Remarks by the President On Earmark ReformRoom 350Dwight D. Eisenhower Executive Office Building11:23 A.M. EDTTHE PRESIDENT: Good morning. I ran for President pledging to change the way business is done in Washington and build a government that works for the people by opening it up to the people. And that means restoring responsibility and transparency and accountability to actions that the government takes. And working with the Congress over my first 50 days in office, we've made important progress toward that end.Working together, we passed an American Recovery and Reinvestment Act that's aly putting people back to work doing the work that America needs done. We did it without the customary Congressional earmarks -- the practice by which individual legislators insert projects of their choosing. We're implementing the Recovery Act with an unprecedented level of aggressive oversight and transparency, including a website -- recovery.gov -- that allows every American to see how their tax dollars are spent and report on cases where the system is breaking down.I also signed a directive that dramatically reforms our broken system of government contracting, reining in waste and abuse and inefficiency; saving the American taxpayers up to billion each year in the process.And I've laid out plans for a budget that begins to restore fiscal discipline so we can bring down the .3 trillion budget deficit we've inherited and pave the way for our long-term prosperity. For the first time in many years, we've produced an honest budget that makes the hard choices required to cut our deficit in half by the end of my first term in office.Now, yesterday Congress sent me the final part of last year's budget; a piece of legislation that rolls nine bills required to keep the government running into one, a piece of legislation that addresses the immediate concerns of the American people by making needed investments in line with our urgent national priorities.That's what nearly 99 percent of this legislation does -- the nearly 99 percent that you probably haven't heard much about.What you likely have heard about is that this bill does include earmarks. Now, let me be clear: Done right, earmarks have given legislators the opportunity to direct federal money to worthy projects that benefit people in their districts, and that's why I've opposed their outright elimination. And I also find it ironic that some of those who rail most loudly against this bill because of earmarks actually inserted earmarks of their own –- and will tout them in their own states and their own districts.But the fact is that on occasion, earmarks have been used as a vehicle for waste, and fraud, and abuse. Projects have been inserted at the 11th hour, without review, and sometimes without merit, in order to satisfy the political or personal agendas of a given legislator, rather than the public interest. There are times where earmarks may be good on their own, but in the context of a tight budget might not be our highest priority. So these practices hit their peak in the middle of this decade, when the number of earmarks had ballooned to more than 16,000, and played a part in a series of corruption cases.In 2007, the new Democratic leadership in Congress began to address these abuses with a series of reforms that I was proud to have helped to write. We eliminated anonymous earmarks and created new measures of transparency in the process, so Americans can better follow how their tax dollars are being spent. These measures were combined with the most sweeping ethics reforms since Watergate. We banned gifts and meals and made sure that lobbyists have to disclose who they're raising campaign money from, and who in Congress they send it to. So we've made progress. But let's face it, we have to do more.I am signing an imperfect omnibus bill because it's necessary for the ongoing functions of government, and we have a lot more work to do. We can't have Congress bogged down at this critical juncture in our economic recovery. But I also view this as a departure point for more far-reaching change.03/64345武义县哪里割双眼皮好东阳市中医院新院隆鼻多少钱

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