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齐河县治疗妇科疾病多少钱济南阳光医院做全身检查要多少钱Soon after the terrorist attacks on the ed States on September 11, 2001, the U.S. and its NATO allies went to war in Afghanistan to drive the Taliban from power and root out al-Qaida terrorists hiding there. That war is still going strong.在美国2001年9月11日遭受恐怖主义袭击后不久,美国和它的北约盟友对阿富汗开战,目的是把塔利班赶下台以及清剿藏在那里的基地恐怖主义分子。目前战争仍在激烈进行。Post Taliban lifeMohammad Yaseen Jan is educating his children for a future that is far from certain. He returned to Afghanistan from Iran soon after U.S. and NATO troops arrived nearly 10 years ago. He thought then that peace had finally come to his tortured homeland.阿富汗难民穆罕默德.亚辛不久前从伊朗返回了家园。他当时认为他那饱受折磨的家园终于要迎来和平了。"When we were refugees they didn’t even treat us as human," he says. "When we came back to living in Kabul security had gotten better. We can even earn a loaf of b. We are happy and hope that God almighty brings more security to Afghanistan and we will be able to enjoy a better life."穆罕默德.亚辛说:“当我们是难民时,他们甚至没有把我们当人。当我们返回喀布尔居住时,安全局势要好一些。我们甚至可以得到一条面包。我们很高兴并希望全能的真主能使阿富汗的安全局势更好一些,能让我们过上更好的生活。”Yaseen's girls now attend school in Kabul, no longer restricted by the Taliban's authoritarian rule. The Afghan capital has a democratically elected government. NATO and Afghan troops protect wide areas of the country. But the Taliban remain a threat, and Afghanistan is not a nation at peace. 亚辛的女儿们现在在喀布尔上学,不再受到塔利班专制统治的限制。现在的阿富汗首都有一个民选政府。 北约和阿富汗军队保护着该国的大部分地区。但塔利班仍然是一个威胁,阿富汗也不是一个处在和平状态的国家。Will the West abandon Afghanistan?Poverty is widesp, corruption endemic. Opium poppy production and illegal drug trafficking are a way of life. Even the promise of wealth that vast mineral deposits offer is years in the future. Afghan parliament member Fawzai Koofi worries that the West will abandon her country, leaving Afghanistan to repeat the turmoil that followed the Soviet withdrawal in 1989 and the Taliban's rise to power.贫困、腐败问题仍然很普遍。生产罂粟和非法贩运毒品是一种生活方式。由丰富的矿藏资源带来财富的承诺也还需要很多年才能实现。 201109/153504山东省第一人民医院宫颈肥大 America’s embassies美国大使馆First, dig your moat挖壕筑壑Designing buildings for America’s diplomats is getting ever trickier为美国外交官员设计建筑变得愈加棘手Jul 30th 2011 | WASHINGTON, DC | from the print edition “NOBODY can be messing with our embassy,” declared Barack Obama in mid-July, after a pro-government mob pelted America’s mission in Damascus with stones, eggs and tomatoes. That is not true, however, of the put-upon architects who have to design America’s embassies: they are constantly being hit with new restrictions, from both their own government and the host country.“任何人都不能滋扰我们的大使馆,” 美国总统奥巴马七月中旬向外界如是宣布。此前,大马士革亲政府民众曾向美国大使馆投掷石头、鸡蛋和西红柿。然而对于那些受雇于美国,迫于无奈才设计美国大使馆的建筑师来说,他们可没这样的好运:他们经常因为本国政府和东道主国家施加的种种新限制而苦恼不已。Ever since the bombing of the American embassy in Beirut in 1983, security has been the overarching concern when designing new embassies. Safety rules have been tightened repeatedly, and incorporated into a “standard embassy design” that dictates which offices should be adjacent to which (keep the bigwigs away from the public areas), how far embassy buildings should be set back from nearby roads (100 feet, or 30 metres), what materials can be used for walls and windows (nothing that is easy to climb or shatter) and so on. The result, critics say, is a dull series of near-identical, boxy bunkers. As John Kerry, who heads the Senate foreign-relations committee, put it in , “We are building some of the ugliest embassies I’ve ever seen…I cringe when I see what we’re doing.”自从美国驻贝鲁特大使馆在1983年发生爆炸事件以来,对于新使馆设计的安全性考虑向来是有过之而无不及。安全规则一再收紧并被纳入“标准使馆设计”——规定了各办公区的相邻性原则(政要办公区要远离公共区域)、使馆建筑距离附近公路应有的距离(100英尺或30米)和墙体和窗户所使用的材料(避免任何攀爬的可能性或可破坏性)等诸多因素。批评者认为,按此规则设计出的使馆不过是一系列单调得近乎相同、四四方方的掩体而已。正如参议院外交关系委员会主席约翰·克里年所言:“我们正在建造一些我见过的最丑陋的大使馆…每当见此情景我就深感厌恶”。He is not alone. Londoners are less than thrilled by the thought of the “crystalline cube” that will slowly rise from the semi-gentrified riverine site of Nine Elms. This, at billion the most expensive American embassy ever built, was made necessary when Grosvenor Square in Mayfair became too unsafe, despite the bomb-blast barriers that make the place look like a damper version of Baghdad.The new embassy will be separated from malicious sightseers by rolling parkland and a moat—100 feet wide, as required.不只克里有此想法。伦敦人对于九号榆树巷半人工河处徐徐崛起的“水晶立方”建筑丝毫没有兴奋之感。尽管防炸弹爆炸障碍物使得新大使馆看上去象阴影笼罩的巴格达,但当梅费尔区格罗夫纳广场安全性无法保障时,花费10亿美元建造这座美国史上最昂贵的大使馆就显得很有必要了。通过种植草坪和挖掘100英尺宽(视需要而定)的护城河,有不良意图的观光客将无法接近这座新使馆。201108/147088The Obama administration is stepping up pressure on the U.S. Senate to ratify a nuclear arms reduction treaty with Russia. Called the New START treaty, it builds on a landmark arms control agreement signed by the ed States and the Soviet Union in 1991.奥巴马政府加紧向美国参议院施压,要求批准一项与俄罗斯的削减核武器条约。这个新的《削减战略武器条约》是以美国和前苏联于1991年签署的一份里程碑式的武器控制协议为基础的。The initial accord expired last year, and the fate of its successor might hinge on the ability of the U.S. Senate to act in a brief, end-of-year session. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made a high-profile visit to urge prompt ratification of the treaty.两国最初的协议于去年到期,而新条约的命运可能会取决于美国参议院是否能在年底前的短暂会议期间采取行动。克林顿国务卿高调在国会现身,敦促国会尽快批准这项条约。It is called a "full court press" - an all-out administration effort to get key legislation approved by Congress. On Tuesday, Vice President Joe Biden issued a strongly-worded statement warning of grave consequences for U.S. national security if the New START accord is not ratified. The next day, Secretary of State Clinton underscored the point in a corridor near the floor of the U.S. Senate.这正是所谓的“全面出击”,也就是奥巴马政府全力以赴促使国会通过关键性立法。副总统拜登星期二发布了一份措辞强硬的声明,警告说如果新的《削减战略武器条约》不能被批准的话,美国国家安全将面临严重后果。第二天,克林顿国务卿在美国参议院会场附近的一个走廊里再次强调了这一点。"It is, to me, essential that we bring this [treaty] before the Senate. For anyone to think we can postpone it or avoid it is, I am afraid, vastly underestimating the continuing [nuclear] threat that is posed to our country," said Clinton.她说:“我认为一定要在参议院提出这项条约。任何人如果认为我们可以推迟或避免这项条约,那就恐怕大大低估了我们国家所面临的持续的核威胁。”Under the New START treaty, U.S. and Russian nuclear arsenals would be reduced by as much as a third.根据新的《削减战略武器条约》,美国和俄罗斯的核武库将削减多达三分之一。The chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Democrat John Kerry of Massachusetts, highlighted the treaty's benefits and the dangers posed by the status quo.马萨诸塞州参议员、民主党人克里是参议院外交关系委员会主席。他强调了这项条约的好处以及目前的现状所带来的危险。201011/118529济南市妇幼保健医院在那里

济南做无痛人流哪家医院好Getting your kids in shapeDenise Brodey of Fitness magazine shows fun and easy workout toys that will make your children enjoy exercising. This morning on today's fitness exercise toys for children. The number of overweight children in this nation is on the rise more than doubling since 1980s.New, now toy makers are creating new ways to get kids off the couch and moving in fitness magazine editor in chief, Denise Broody is here with the top 10 toys that the magazine has chosen and some active kids are also here this morning to help us take a look some of these.a: Hi, Denise, how are you? b: Hi, I am good to get be here. a: How did you pick these, or how did you raise them?b: Well, what we did is we want to try and find toys that are safe, that are smart toys, that get kids going, and that they are fun to the whole family, so that you can emphasize, kids and mum can do the things together as well as dad?a: There is no question we wanna get them more active, we've got Gerald here to try on this new kids tmill that you’re thinking about now what makes you like this tmill?b: This is a great tmill, because it's sorta for me too, it’s made by kids first, it's about 100 dollars. And you put it right next to yours and you can exercise at the same time. And keep in (and it’s a Dockwatch), yeah, so you can see how he can really run out of some energy there. Calories are really important and it's safe, because it starts and stops when he starts and stops, (Ok), so that's very different than an adult tmill which can be dangerous for the little guys . a: Great job(you did great job), great job(good job). (You take a rest.) (Ok, Well, while you take a rest, let's look at Michael, cause he’s on , I mean, at the stationary bike, can you what? hooked up to your television? Yeah, it just has three parts go straight in the back, and this is what I call it's ….by a special price and I call it an learning expenditure.(Oh,hey, you know what I think that is not.), this is popular, (Go to push the button I don't think it gonna work. Ok, thank you, dear. Now it is a way to get exercise.) You get some competition. (But, no, it’s not a good way to get exercise.) We knew this is going to be popular, right? So this is why feature place is about the same, uh, price. So, and it got what you do it, it's got OK for learning, so that when you pedal, you drive it through this, you wanna to pedal, pedal, pedal ..., and secondary power and you can keep going, and this is for about age 3 to 6, so you can see he’s just figuring it out, older kids will get it right way. a: So it's interactive which might encourage then, maybe. b: Yeah, and you've got these little patches thinking by other the patches then goes ... a: Ok, Gerald? The end of this, Ok, my god, good job, we are working out. Ok, thank you a lot? Oh now, M. we've get somebody on a balance, and this is Hanna, and she is on… Hi, Hanna, how are you? (She’s on a vaulted board called the monkey board.) b: And this made by a pay, and it made by an average toy which is 25dollars, the great thing is about this is a great skills training, she is really working in her balance, and she’s gonna learn when she goes out the skate board or snow board, she’s gonna have no problem, because it's, you know it’s just tippy, you are doing great? Right? It’s fun, right.a: And actually, Hanna likes to do gymnastics, you like do gymnastics, so this is good for that. b: You know, there is a big tendency as in general of adult, because it works your cord and it really gives your body strength and over here there is a jump rope as well as she is timing and choosing we chose to time with the jump rope which in the ten for the jumper, being just a kid.a: Go ahead Victoria, go ahead to do some jumping, so that’s a little bit long for her, but what happen did you think it actually toll through the title for her, So the bottom line (it’s a big.) It is actually count the number of the jumping jump?b: Ok, so wait on the handle, you can count, and then, you know, this is a little bit long for her. But basically, what you wanna do is, hi, Gerald, wanna come over here for a second, come over here. I feel like I met pretty girl. Anyway, it count the turn, so you can really get a feel ---a: Ok, all right, thanks a lot ,Victoria, and this is really quickly, Mike over here is Ogemmy over here's on another a bicycle called a like-bike, you like that one and then also there is the ball, it's just basically good ball, a great way to go, right ?b: Yeah, it's just 5 to 11 dollars, really easy to catch, like have a basketball .a: All right, listen. We have more to get you, we are about run out of the time, but it's needful. Thanks so much. You’re kinda trying to help our children to get in better shape; we'll do everything we can. All right!02/61884济南市阳光妇产医院大概需要多少钱 US Stocks Down; Economists Warn Lawmakers on Recession美股市经过一周动荡周五再跌低谷 U.S. stocks suffered another drop Friday after a volatile week, amid continuing investor concerns about the U.S. economic situation and signs of a global recession. U.S. lawmakers heard testimony about difficulties Americans are having finding jobs in the weakened economy, as well as new warnings about recession. 星期五,美国股票市场在经过了一个星期的动荡之后,再次落入低谷;投资人仍然担心美国的经济局势以及全球经济衰退的迹象。美国国会就人们在经济疲软的情况下找工作难、以及经济衰退的一些新的迹象等问题,举行听会。Trading on Wall Street was in negative territory throughout the day following declines in Asian and European markets. 亚洲和欧洲股市下跌后,星期五一整天,华尔街股市都在下跌。Analysts attributed global point losses to concerns that a worldwide downturn will hurt corporate profits. 分析人士将世界各地股市滑落的现象归咎于投资者对全球经济衰退给公司的盈利带来的负面影响的关切。After earlier drops in European markets of between four and six percent, and on Asian markets of more than eight percent, the key Dow Jones index ended the day Friday down 312 points. 欧洲股市早些时候下跌了4%到6%、亚洲股市下跌了8%以上,美国的道琼斯指数星期五股市收盘的时候下跌了312点。This week, the U.S. economy has been shaken by new data on increasing home foreclosures, although one key indicator on home resales was up more than five percent in September from the previous month.  这个星期,又有新的数据显示,美国人交不起房屋贷款、被迫将住房交给拍卖的情况愈加严重,威胁到经济的总体形势。但是另一方面,一个关键的数据显示,九月份的房屋再销售比一个月前,上升了5%还多。Although the U.S. Congress is formally not in session, a congressional committee heard testimony about job losses, in which ten million Americans are unemployed, including two million for more than six months. 尽管美国国会目前还没有正式复会,但一个委员会还是召开了有关失业问题的听会。目前,美国的失业人数达到了一千万,其中两百万人失业的时间长达六个月以上。"There is a realization that recession is setting in and that is likely to be long, it is likely to be deep, and it is going to be global," said Democratic Congressman George Miller, who chairs the House Labor Committee. 民主党国会议员乔治·米勒是众议院劳工委员会的主席。他说:“大家都意识到现在开始进入经济衰退时期,而且可能持续很长一段时间,深入到各个层面,并涉及全球各地。”The session included testimony from one unemployed American, Dana Stevens of New Jersey. "We have used up almost all of our savings just to continue to pay the mortgage. We have just enough savings left to scrape by on our December payment. After that, I don't know what we will do if I can't find a job." 来自美国新泽西州的一位名叫史蒂文斯的失业人士在听会上做了发言。他说:“为了偿付买房贷款,我们已经差不多花光了所有的储蓄,现在就剩下刚刚够付12月份的贷款的钱了,在那以后,我要是再找不到工作,真就不知道该怎么办了。”Ron Blackwell, chief economist for the U.S. trade federation AFL-CIO, and economics professor Robert Pollin of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, warned of recession and its impact on the U.S. economy: 美国劳联产联的首席经济学家布莱克威尔、以及麻萨诸塞州立大学Amherst分校的经济学教授波林也出席了这次听会,并且都警告说会出现衰退,他们谈到衰退对经济的影响。"BLACKWELL: In my judgment we are clearly in the early stages of a potentially very serious recession, that will likely be as deep as anything we have experienced in a generation, last longer than most, and one which is rapidly becoming global in scope. 布莱克威尔说:“在我看来,很清楚,我们目前处于可能是非常严重的经济衰退时期的早期阶段。这次经济衰退很可能是20多年来最严重的,持续的时间会很长,而且正在迅速地遍及全球。”POLLIN: It is imperative to take action now to combat what is quickly metastasizing into a general economic crisis off of the financial crisis, that is a general crisis with respect to jobs, private business."  波林教授说:“现在必须立即采取措施,来应对由金融危机引发的总体经济危机,这是牵扯到就业问题、牵扯到私营企业运转的总体性危机。”President Bush has invited leaders of wealthy nations and the heads of major developing economies to a summit next month that will focus on the global financial crisis. 另一方面,美国总统布什邀请了发达国家和主要发展中国家的领导人下个月到华盛顿,就全球金融危机,召开多国首脑会议。200810/54015山东中医药大学附属医院子宫内膜异位症

济南阳光妇科医院怎么预约A tough immigration enforcement law scheduled to take effect in Arizona at the end of July is touching off debate and controversy far beyond the southwestern state. As a consequence, immigration reform is moving higher on the list of issues Americans say they want their politicians to address.The Arizona law requires immigrants to carry their registration documents at all times. It also directs local police to question people they suspect are in the country illegally… a job usually done by federal law enforcement. A Washington Post/A News poll found a majority of Americans – 58 percent – support the controversial course of action Arizona is taking. And roughly half the respondents in another national poll said they want their state to copy its get tough approach. A proposal for a tougher standWoodland, Washington is a surprisingly diverse American small town. Third generation berry farmers live near people who commute to work in distant Portland, Oregon, who in turn live near under-employed construction and mill workers. Woodland also has a growing Hispanic population.The mix verged on combustible at an overflowing City Council meeting recently, as townspeople commented on a resolution to endorse Arizona's immigration crackdown and to urge the Washington State Legislature to follow suit. One woman told council members, "The law opens the door to the indiscriminate use of racial profiling against individuals that look or sound foreign." "If you came to this country illegally, you started off on the wrong foot," another resident said. "You need to go back home, do the paperwork and come back the right way."A woman took the microphone to complain, "A lot of these people who are coming in illegally, they're getting medical coupons. They're getting food stamps... They're getting all kinds of things that are provided through our tax system. It has to stop! It has to stop somewhere!"A Woodland retiree agreed illegal immigration is out of hand, but said local Hispanic families are good people. "We're not a border town," she said. "That's the way I feel. Number one, we're not a border town. That's not our business."Putting a stop to illegal immigration from the bottom upBut City council member Benjamin Fredericks says it is Woodland's business. He introduced the controversial resolution, pointing out, "It obviously isn't working from the top down. The federal government is ignoring current law. That's why I believe Arizona has the right to pass their own laws." He sees Arizona's action and his proposal as part of an effort to start reform from the bottom up, and said he'd like to see the Washington state legislature take up the issue. Juan Barela is a counselor and human rights activist in Woodland. He says Arizona's immigration controversy has awakened the nation's Latino communities. "Now we are galvanized, united. We are strong and we're getting the vote."In the end, the Woodland city council voted down the resolution that would have urged the legislature to copy Arizona's tough enforcement approach. City councils in Seattle, Washington, and Los Angeles, California, have passed boycotts of Arizona travel and business contracts to show their disapproval of the new law. Most recently, the debate surfaced in Fremont, Nebraska where voters approved a city law against hiring or renting to illegal immigrants.Public unease about immigrationPortland, Oregon-based opinion pollster Adam Davis says all of the controversy is moving immigration higher on the list of issues people want addressed. "When you ask about the biggest problem facing the nation," he notes, "just recently there has been a real surge in the number of people that mention immigration. In the West particularly, it jumped from 2 to 16 percent in the Western states, saying that it the biggest problem facing the nation."Davis theorizes the support for stronger immigration enforcement reflects tough times. "They feel these people are taking jobs away from legal residents. In tough economic times, this is something that really concerns a lot of people. And it is not just jobs. There is also a feeling that resources are limited, that there isn't the money out there to provide government services to these people."Craig Keller hopes to tap that public unease. Keller directs a citizen initiative campaign in Washington State. His proposal would require all employers to check the immigration status of new hires through the government's e-verify service. Recipients of public benefits would also have to be validated."It's very ironic that there is huge public demand for a law like this. But the 'representatives'," he says with a bit of a sneer, "that have been selected to go to Olympia are not representing the people. That's why this is a perfect example of why the citizens' initiative process is required." His campaign needs to gather a quarter-million voter signatures to qualify the measure for the November ballot.Meanwhile, the Obama administration and some Arizona city governments hope to convince a judge to stop Arizona's new immigration law from taking effect later this month.亚利桑那州严苛的移民法定于7月29日生效。这个法律引起的辩论和争议早已超出一个州的范围。因此,移民改革成为民众要求领导人尽早解决的问题之一。亚利桑那州的移民法规定移民必须随时携带身份件,并要求地方警察盘问任何他们怀疑是非法入境的人。这本来是联邦执法人员的工作。 华盛顿邮报和美国广播公司合办的一次民调显示,百分之58的美国人持亚利桑那州这种引起争议的做法。在另一次全国民调中,大约半数受访者希望他们的州也效仿亚利桑那州的严格办法。 伍德兰是一个高度多元化的美国小镇。这里有三代种植草莓的农民,邻居是一群每天开车去俄勒冈州波特兰市上班的通勤族。离他们不远,住着工作时间不足的建筑工和钢铁厂工人。伍德兰的拉美裔居民也在不断增加。 最近小镇市政委员会开会,考虑通过一个决议,持亚利桑那州打击非法移民,并呼吁州议会跟进。与会者展开了激烈的辩论。 一名妇女说:“这个法律打开一扇门,也就是以外貌或口音取人,无端地以种族相貌为由进行歧视。” 一名男性说:“如果你非法进入美国,那你从一开始就错了。你应该回到原来的国家,按程序填表申请后再来。” 另一名妇女说:“很多非法进入美国的人得到医药补助,领到食品券,得到所有由我们的税金提供的福利。这种情形必须停止。” 已经退休的诺玛·布伦森也认为,非法移民问题已经到了失控的地步。但是她说,当地拉美裔居民都是好人。 最后,伍德兰市政委员会否决了关于敦促华盛顿州议会效仿亚利桑那州的提案。华盛顿州的西雅图市和加州洛杉矶市,都通过了抵制亚利桑那州旅游和商业合同的提案,以表示他们的不满。最近,内布拉斯加州弗来蒙市也就这个问题展开了辩论。选民通过投票,持该市一项禁止雇用或出租住房给非法移民的法律。 俄勒冈州波特兰的民调专家亚当·戴维斯说,这些争议将移民改革推到了民众希望解决的问题清单中的更高位置:“如果你问美国面临的最大问题是什么,最近越来越多的人会说是移民问题。尤其在西部各州,认为移民问题是美国面临的最大问题的人,从百分之2猛增至百分之16。” 戴维斯认为,持更严格的移民法律,也反映出目前时局的艰难。他说:“他们觉得非法移民抢走了合法居民的工作。在经济困难时期,许多人的确非常担心这个问题。还不仅仅是工作,还有人觉得资源有限,政府没有财力来为这些人提供务。” 克雷格·凯勒在华盛顿州领导着一个公民倡议运动。他建议,所有雇主都应通过政府的电子核对务,确认新雇人员的移民身份,对享受公共福利的人的身份也应当进行核实。 凯勒说:“非常具有讽刺意味的是,民众对这类法律的要求很高,而那些被选到州议会的所谓民意代表们,却没有代表人民说话。这恰恰说明为什么人民倡议运动是必要的。”凯勒的这个运动需要25万选民的签名,才有资格被列入今年11月选票上的公决项目。 与此同时,奥巴马政府和亚利桑那州的一些市政府希望能说联邦法官,阻止亚利桑那州的移民法在7月底生效。201007/109422 In Northern Canada, winter slowly loosens its grip, and a young polar bear is hungry. It sniffs a meal aly in progress, and decides to play a dangerous game, a food snatch. His opponent is larger, older, and won’t tolerate a rival. A second try, he scores a quick nibble. It is a game of patience and cunning, but a loss can result in death. Adult males will kill younger bears if it suits them. The older male has had enough. He charges, pushing the adolescent further and further back. The young one admits defeat, and retreats to safe ground. He begins a new game, a waiting game. The older bear devours his meal, licking the carcass, cleaning up blubber. When the adult male has had his fill[1],he wanders off, leaving the scraps for his opponent. The young one feeds on the remains. It wins a consolation prize[2] of sorts[3], a full belly. But it will be a long time before it is y to compete again. Notes: [1] (informal) to have done something or experienced something which you do not want any more[2] a small prize given to someone who has failed to win[3] of a sort, meaning" in some respects but not entirely or truly "Vocabulary Mix:blubber: fat of sea animals from which oil is obtained 200811/55745济南无痛人流医院预约电话济南妇幼保健院图片



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