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A潘玮柏教学地道日常口语 21 /200707/15466郑州金水区开眼角多少钱Now, this is -- This is not just songwriters,现在...不仅仅是歌曲作家,its any creator of content, like art, like inventions, scientific discoveries, journalists.任何形式的创作活动,比如美术,比如发明,科学发现,新闻记者。There are all kinds of people who dont get fair compensation,各行各业的没有得到公平报酬的人,and with blockchains, theyre going to be able to make it rain on the blockchain.而有了区块链,他们将在区块链上得到滋润。And thats a wonderful thing.那样可真棒。So, these are five opportunities out of a dozen to solve one problem, prosperity,这只是十几种机遇中的5种,来解决一个问题:繁荣。which is one of countless problems that blockchains are applicable to.区块链可以应用于无数问题,它只是其中之一。Now, technology doesnt create prosperity, of course -- people do.当然,科技不创造繁荣,而是由人创造。But my case to you is that, once again, the technology genie has escaped from the bottle,但是我只是再次表示,科技的精灵已从瓶中逃出,and it was summoned by an unknown person or persons at this uncertain time in human history,在人类历史上这个不确定的阶段,受到一位或几位不知名的人士召唤,and its giving us another kick at the can, another opportunity to rewrite the economic power grid and the old order of things,它给了我们一次尝试,另一个改写经济权利网络和旧秩序的机会and solve some of the worlds most difficult problems, if we will it. Thank you.并且只要我们愿意,可以解决一些世界上最麻烦的问题。谢谢。201704/503313河南郑州市华山医院祛眼袋价钱费用小红和小光正在谈恋爱,每当向别人介绍小光的时候总是自豪地说:【口语要素1】He’s tall, dark and handsome.同学们看了也赞同说, 确实挺酷!【口语要素2】He’s a fox.小刚也经常和他的几个哥们说起小红,说到她楚楚动人,小刚总显得洋洋得意。【口语要素3】She has full lips.还有一点,小红不仅外表漂亮而且很有智慧。【口语要素4】She’s got the brains and the looks.所以每次约会时小刚都会含情脉脉的说,我真幸运,遇到你这么个神仙下凡!【口语要素5】You’re beautiful inside and out. /200604/6702President Trump: Thank you. During the campaign, I traveled the nation and visited the cities and towns devastated by unfair trade policies, probably one of the major reasons Im here today – trade. Nobody has ever made bad trade deals like our country has made. I saw the shuttered factories and spent time with the laid-off factory workers. I heard their stories, and I promised them action and I promised them a solution. And all over America, youre aly seeing that solutions start to take place. Take a look at whats going on Michigan, with Ford and General Motors and Fiat-Chrysler, and so many more. The jobs and wealth have been stripped from our country. Year after year, decade after decade, trade deficit upon trade deficit – reaching more than 0 billion last year alone, and lots of jobs. Thousands of factories have been stolen from our country. But these voiceless Americans now have a voice in the White House. Under my administration, the theft of American prosperity will end. Were going to defend our industry and create a level playing field for the American worker – finally. Today, I am signing two executive orders that send this message loud and clear and that set the stage for a great revival of American manufacturing. And you saw that today; you saw what happened, you saw the kind of numbers we have. The survey actually showed 93 percent of manufacturers are now optimistic about the future – a record high – and thats up from about 56 percent just a couple of months ago. Were going to build on that tremendous momentum. And were bringing manufacturing and jobs back to our country. First, Im signing an executive order to ensure that we fully collect all duties imposed on foreign importers that cheat. Theyre cheaters. From now on, those who break the rules will face the consequences – and therell be very severe consequences. Second, I am ordering the first-ever comprehensive review of Americas trade deficits and all violations of trade rules that harm the ed States and the workers of the ed States, just as I promised during my campaign. This review will be led by Secretary Wilbur Ross, who is joining us here today. Wilbur is an outstanding success story, an unbelievable businessman, a great but very, very fair negotiator, and on Wall Street, hes simply known as Wilbur, and everybody knows him. And now we have him on our side. So I thank you, Wilbur. Its really… Youre going to do a fantastic job. Were going to investigate all trade abuses, and, based on those findings, we will take necessary and lawful action to end those many abuses. I am not beholden to any political or financial interest. I dont care. Im here to do a job. Im doing a job for the American worker. I really dont care. Im not thinking about my business or anybodys business. Wilbur isnt. Peter isnt. None of the folks that we have up here are. Were doing a job. Its an opportunity like nobody has ever given. And were here to do a great job for the American worker and for our companies where the American workers are employed. I work for the American people. Whether youre a Democrat, a Republican, or belong to no-party at all, you are an American and Im here to represent you and your family. Were going to get this thing straightened out. Were going to get these bad trade deals straightened out – right, Peter? Its time. Youve been looking at it for years – right, Wilbur? This combination over here, it cant be beaten. Thats why I defied the special interests and followed through on my pledge to withdraw immediately from the Trans-Pacific Partnership. And thats why I am taking these very historic steps today. The wellbeing of America and the American worker is my North Star. And these two orders will point out our nation, and point to everybody, point to the world. Next week, as you know, in Florida, the Southern White House, were having the President of China and a large group from China as representatives. And were going to get down to some very serious business. So we look forward to it. Ive spoken to him numerous times on the phone. We look very much forward to it. But its been very bad whats been happening to our country in terms of our companies and in terms of our jobs. So were going to start turning it around. Were going to turn it around fast; its not going to take a long time. Its going to go fast. So I just want to end by saying that we have a team thats second to none. And when everybody is assembled and fully in gear after these two orders, I think its going to be something very special. Id like to ask Wilbur to say a few words, and then, Peter, you could say a few words. And were all set. Our Vice President – I think Im speaking for both, but Im not 100 percent sure. I will tell you one thing – he has one hell of a good marriage going. Come on, Wilbur. Secretary Ross: Thank you, Mr. President. If anyone had any doubt about the Presidents resolve to fix the trade problems, these two executive orders should end that speculation now and for all time. This marks the beginning of a totally new chapter in the American trade relationship with our partners overseas. Thank you very much. President Trump: Thank you. Peter. Mr. Navarro: I remember well during the campaign, the day the President made the speech outside of Pittsburgh and laid down a set of promises to the American people on trade. And today, this is the beginning of the fulfillment of those promises in a grand way, with Wilbur Ross at the helm, and the President being the grand strategist of this. And were going to get it done for the American people, workers, domestic manufacturers. Thank you. President Trump: Mr. Vice President. Vice President Pence: This is a great day for the American worker and a great day for the American economy. Once again, President Trump is keeping his word. As we look for ways to expand exports from this country, imports to this country, this President is determined that were going to have free trade, but its going to be fair trade, and arms-length negotiations with nations, holding them accountable to the promises that they make. And the review the President is initiating today and the work of members of this team on the Presidents behalf will ensure that we put American first when it comes to trade; we put American jobs and American workers first. President Trump: Thank you, Mike. Thank you, everybody. Youre going to see some very, very strong results very, very quickly. Thank you very much. Thank you.201704/506118河南磨骨多少钱

郑州省人民医院做隆鼻手术价钱费用漯河市背部脱毛听讲美国口语 /200607/8056And Portland is not alone here.波特兰市在这件事上并不孤独。Forty percent of municipalities self-report dumping raw or partially treated sewage into our waterways.40%的市政当局在自述汇报中指出曾倾倒未处理或仅部分处理的污水进入水网。The other bummer going on here with our status quo is that half of all of your poop and pee is going to fertilize farmland.另一件当下令人不悦的事是我们的排泄物们一半跑去灌溉农场了,The other half is being incinerated or land-filled.另一半则被火化或是填埋了。And thats a bummer to me, because there are amazing nutrients in your daily doody.我对此很失望,因为我们每天的便便当中其实含有惊人的养分。It is comparable to pig manure; were omnivores, theyre omnivores.与猪的粪便是类同的。我们是杂食动物,它们也是。Think of your poo and pee as a health smoothie for a tree.想像一下你的排泄物对于一棵树来说就是一杯奶昔The other bummer going on here is that were quickly moving all the drugs we take into our waterways.其实还有一件令人不悦的事,那就是我们正在迅速地把我们摄入体内的药物转入水网当中。The average wastewater treatment plant can remove maybe half of the drugs that come in.中等水平的废水处理池只有能力移除废水中的一半药物。The other half goes right out the other side.另一半就心安理得的从另一侧出去了。Consider what a cocktail of pharmaceuticals -- hormones, steroids, Vicodin -- does to a fish, to a dog, to a child.想一想由各种药物成分,性激素、类固醇、维柯丁(一种止痛药)构成的鸡尾酒,会对一条鱼,对一只,一个孩子造成怎样的影响?But this isnt just some problem that we need to contain.但这个问题不单单只是它本身。If we flip this around, we can create a resource that can solve so many of our other problems.如果能够翻过这一页,我们就能找到一条途径,它能帮我们解决许多别的问题。And I want to get you comfortable with this idea,我希望你们能够接受这个想法。so imagine the things Im going to show you, these technologies, and this attitude that says,设想一下我将要展示给你的东西,这些科技,还有这样的态度:;Were going to reuse this. Lets design to make it beautiful; -- as advanced potty training.“我们将要拯救这一切。让我们把它设计的更美吧”,致先进的如厕技术。I think youre y for it. I think we as a culture are y for advanced potty training.我以为你们已经做好心理准备了。我认为我们的文化已经为先进如厕技术做好准备。And there are three great reasons to enroll today.这其中有三个重要的理由。201612/485748安阳市去除黑眼圈多少钱5. as far as ...is concerned... 就······而言,······ 用法透视 这个句型用来引出个人的观点与看法,也可以说"so far as...is concerned" 持范例 1. As far as I'm concerned, I don't mind that you wear this mini-skirt. 就我个人而言,我不介意你穿这件迷你裙。 2. The coat is fine as far as color is concerned, but it is not very good quality. 这件上衣就颜色来说还不错,但质量不太好。 3. So far as he's concerned, nothing is as important as his daughter. 对他来说,什么也比不上他女儿重要。 会话记忆 A: Have you seen the movie, Scream? 你看过电影《惊声尖叫》了吗? B: Yes. It gave me the creeps. 看了。它让我浑身起鸡皮疙瘩。 A: Come on, it wasn't that bad. 算了,哪有那么惨啊。 B: Yes, it was. As far as I'm concerned, I'm never going to see another movie like that again. 真的。对我而言,我再也不想看那种电影了 /200705/13027河南科技大学第一附属医院打溶脂针多少钱

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