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长春哪家妇科医院比较专业吉林省长春第二人民医院线路Good morning, FIU! Thank you, President Rosenberg, for reminding me how old I am. Thank you, Dean Stack and Provost Furton, for letting me share this very special day with you. And Marcia, congratulations on your honorary degree and your lifetime of extraordinary work.I believe a good commencement speech should be like a good commencement speaker – short. So, if I go on too long, Breezeway cookies for everyone on me.First things first. To the SIPA Class of 2016 – congratulations! Felicidades. You did it. You survived the hurricanes and Professor Gils math assignments. You juggled schoolwork and jobs. Somehow, against all the odds, you even managed to find parking on campus. And you did it all with hard work, grit, and more than a few cafecitos from Bustelo. Imagine some of you could use one right now.Of course, it wasnt just the caffeine that got you here. As a mom whos about to send her first child off to college, Ive got to give a lot of love to your incredible parents and families. They believed in you, sacrificed for you, and maybe even gave you a nalgada or two when it was necessary. So, lets hear it for your families one more time!I want you to revel in this moment. Today is your graduation. But, it is also a reaffirmation of the American Dream – the embodiment of our founding ideals. In a world where great gaps still persist between those with power and privilege and those without, education is the great equalizer. No matter where you come from, no matter what language you grew up speaking, this diploma is your passport to a future of possibility.Ive seen this in my own family. My mothers parents emigrated from Jamaica to Portland, Maine, in 1912. My grandfather was a janitor; my grandmother worked as a maid and a seamstress. Neither had much formal education, but they scrapped and they saved, and they sent all five of their kids to college. My wonderful mom has devoted her career to expanding higher education opportunities for all. My beloved late father was born in segregated South Carolina. He was a Tuskegee Airman and, through sheer talent and willpower, rose to become an accomplished economist and a governor of the Federal Reserve. Because my parents refused to accept the limits society imposed – and because my grandfather bent over a broom – I stand here as the National Security Advisor of the ed States.That is the incredible power and the enduring promise of this great country. It is the insistent tug of hope that has drawn generations of immigrants and refugees to our shores. ;That notion,; as President Obama says, ;that here, in this country, we can make of our lives what we will.;Now, there are voices out there that disparage our diversity – that question whether America should welcome people of all races, religions, and creeds. Those voices can be loud. They can be intimidating. They can make us feel like we dont belong. But, you know what? Let fear be their problem, not yours. Shake it off. Ignore the haters. And, dont you dare let them slow you down.Because heres the truth. What distinguishes us from so many other countries is not just the might of our military or the size of our economy. What sets us apart is our people. Its our innovation, our fearlessness, and our diversity. We see it in Americas businesses, where many of our most successful companies were started or grown by immigrants – think Apple, created by Steve Jobs, the son of a Syrian immigrant from Homs. We see it in magnificent poets like Richard Blanco, a Cuban exile and two-time FIU alum, reminding us that we all live under ;one sky.;And, we can see it in the profound importance of our diversity in the realm of foreign policy and national security.To those who deride our diversity, my answer is: I see why it matters every day, in those who protect this country and grapple with the toughest global issues we face. Im privileged to work with brilliant and dedicated professionals across our government. But we must acknowledge that our national security agencies have not yet drawn fully on the strengths of our great nation. Minorities still make up less than 20 percent of our senior diplomats. Less than 15 percent of senior military officers and senior intelligence officials. Too often, our national security workforce has been what former Florida Senator Bob Graham called ;white, male, and Yale.; In the halls of power, in the faces of our national security leaders, America is still not fully represented.201605/446060长春市二院在哪 VOA流行美语 47: BUSTED / CREEP现在Michael和李华正在公寓大楼前看热闹。李华会学到两个新词,一个是busted;另一个是creep。L: Michael,发生什么事儿啦,为什么有这么多警察在这儿啊?M: The police just busted someone for trying to steal my neighbor's car.L: 你说警察把那个小偷怎么样了? 把他打伤了吗?M: No, they busted him. Busted, B-U-S-T-E-D. Busted is the past tense of to bust; it means to catch someone doing something they shouldn't be doing.L: 噢,原来 busted someone for doing something 就是干坏事的人被抓到 了。M: That's right. You can say "They busted him for something", or you can just say "they busted him".L: Michael,你认识那个小偷吗?M: Sure! They busted the man who lives in the apartment above mine!L: 他就住你家楼上啊?M: Yes, I saw the police put him into a car and drive away.L: 哎呀,好可怕。原来你楼上一直住着个小偷。哎,Michael,bust 这个词是不是只能指警察抓罪犯呢?M: Not at all. Anyone who catches someone doing something wrong is busting them.L: 噢,我们普通人抓到别人干坏事也可以说"busted someone doing something wrong"。哎,我可不可以说"The teacher busted my classmate for cheating on the English test."M: Yes, that's perfect. When you were little, did anyone ever bust you for doing something wrong?L: 当然了。有一回我逃课去逛街被阿姨看到告诉了我妈妈,害得我挨了一顿骂。M: That's not too bad. Once when I was in school, the teacher busted me for selling candy to my classmates.L: 啊?你向同学兜售糖果,幸亏你被抓到了,要不然不知道你还会干什么坏事呢。L: Michael,想想真是奇怪,你楼上住了个罪犯你居然一直都不知道。M: Yeah, but I'm not surprised. I always thought that guy was a creep.L: A creep? 是小偷的意思吗?M: No, that's not what I said. I said he's a creep, C-R-E-E-P. A creep is someone who looks and acts in a way that makes people suspicious and uncomfortable.L: 噢,a creep 就是指一个人鬼鬼祟祟,令人怀疑。那你为什么觉得那个人是个 creep 呢?M: Well, he was never a friendly neighbor. He was always frowning, and wouldn't say hello to people. That's one reason I thought he was a creep.L:可是这也不能说他就是个 creep 啊。因为有很多人平常都是皱着眉头,从来不和别人打招呼,可是不一定有什么坏心啊。M: Sometimes he would try to sell us things. And even though we refused to buy his stuff, he just wouldn't leave us alone. That's why my neighbors didn't like him. They all thought he was a little weird.L: 啊,他还硬向你们推销东西。难怪你们怀疑他有什么不良动机。所以你才说他是个 creep。M: You've got it. You give me an example.L: 我们班有个男生很讨厌,所有的女生都觉得他是个 creep。M: Ok. Why is he a creep?L: 他看人的眼神不对头,还有啊,他脸上总是一副皮笑肉不笑的表情,喜欢和女生开那种很肉麻的玩笑。M: Yes, he definitely sounds like a creep to me.L: 哎,Michael,我今天早上看到你和Alice在咖啡厅喝咖啡,你早上不是有上课吗?M: Oh, you busted me! Please keep quiet about that, ok? I told my professor I had to visit a sick aunt in the hospital.L: 什么?你这个人哪,迟早有一天会被教授抓到你说谎。今天李华学会两个新词,一个是 busted,就是做坏事被抓到的意思,另一个是 creep ,指的是一个人的行为举止鬼鬼祟祟。 /200602/3122But for all the real progress that weve made, we know its not enough.尽管我们取得了很多实质性的进步,但我们知道这些仍不够。Our economy doesnt work as well or grow as fast我们的经济体运作得不够有效、增长得不够迅速。when a few prosper at the expense of a growing middle class and ladders for folks who want to get into the middle class.因为少数人富裕的实现牺牲了不断壮大的中产阶级的利益,切断了底层人群进入中产阶级的路径。Thats the economic argument.这虽是经济方面的争论,But stark inequality is also corrosive to our democratic ideal.但是固化的不公平也正在侵蚀我们的民主理想。While the top one percent has amassed a bigger share of wealth and income,当最富裕的1%人群聚敛越来越多的财富,too many families, in inner cities and in rural counties, have been left behind,很多城市中心和乡村社区的家庭都被抛在了后面。the laid-off factory worker; the waitress or health care worker whos just barely getting by and struggling to pay the bills,下岗的工厂工人、务生和医护人员的生活仅能勉强维持,他们的薪资仅能持账单偿付。convinced that the game is fixed against them, that their government only serves the interests of the powerful,他们相信游戏规则永远于他们不利,他们的政府只为利益群体和权势务。thats a recipe for more cynicism and polarization in our politics.这些加深了愤世嫉俗的情绪和政治领域的极化。But there are no quick fixes to this long-term trend.但是针对这种长期形成的问题,没有快速解决方案。I agree, our trade should be fair and not just free.我同意我们应该在推行自由贸易的同时重视贸易公平。But the next wave of economic dislocations wont come from overseas.但是其他国家的影响不会是下一次经济危机爆发的原因,It will come from the relentless pace of automation that makes a lot of good, middle-class jobs obsolete.持续的自动化发展才会带来这样的后果。自动化将使许多优质岗位上的中产阶级工人被取代。And so were going to have to forge a new social compact to guarantee all our kids the education they need,因此,我们必须达成一份新的社会契约以保所有孩子能够接受他们所需的教育,to give workers the power to unionize for better wages;以给予工人联合在一起的力量从而争取更高薪资,to update the social safety net to reflect the way we live now,以完善社会保障从而使其更加适应我们现在的生活状况,and make more reforms to the tax code, so corporations and individuals以推进税收改革,从而使那些公司和个人who reap the most from this new economy dont avoid their obligations to the country thats made their very success possible.那些在我们经济体中攫取最多的公司和个人承担起对国家的义务,因为他们正是仰赖国家才得以取得成功。201701/488682德惠市人工流产哪家医院最好的

南关区做产前检查哪家医院最好的吉林省长春市妇幼保健医院能刷医保卡 点击此处下载音频大家好!欢迎与Andy准时相约广播学口语.学习这么多句子,今天要给大家放个假.因为I rsquo;m the one giving off the shirt of my back.所以Letrsquo;s hit the hay。什么意思呢? 音乐之后马上回来。(音乐)先来看Andy给出的原因:Irsquo;m the one giving off the shirt of my back。这句话字面 意思为我是个脱自己衣衫的人.这大冷天,Andy不是发烧了吧?Andy可是健康的很!这句话的真实意思是我是个连衬衫都肯脱给别人的人,即我很慷慨喽!Andy还真的是这样一个人.朋友们都说:He is a man giving off the shirt of his back。You can borrow everything from him while in difficulty except money。(他可是个十分大方之人.在困难中你可以和他借任何东西,除了钱)因为Andy太穷了! 其实不轻易向外借钱也是有原因的.曾经Andy借朋友钱而朋友没还,自己的生活突然变得很拮据,女友知道了,愤愤的说:;Thatlsquo;s more like you。You are the one giving off the shirt of your back。You are so warm-hearted that you have forgotten all about yourself。;(这才象你。你这个慷慨成性的家伙。你热心的连自己都忘了。)所以要吃一堑长一智。(音乐)连衬衫都脱给别人了,那么接下来呢?Letrsquo;s hit the hay。hay干草,hit击打。没事拍什么干草玩呢?这句话可能来自遥远的古代。那时候人们以草为榻。所以当你击打草的时候,就是要开睡了! I like to work in the night。I usually hit the hay at 1:00 early in the morning。SO Irsquo;m always short of sleep。(我喜欢在晚上工作。通常在凌晨1:00睡 觉。所以一直以来严重睡眠不足。)正因为如此,Andy要抓紧一切时间补习。有时候,听女友说话说累了,就开始睡觉了。但 每次都被她推醒了,;Hey,what are you doing?Irsquo;m talking to you,why are you hitting the hay?;(喂,你在干什么?我在和你说话,你怎么睡着了?)(音乐)好了,Andy要接着睡了,再见吧! /200605/7233榆树怎么做人流

长春市208部队医院等级So what comes next? The people.那么接下来呢?我们的百姓。How do we get people to own this?我们如何才能让人们去接受这个想法?How do we get people to believe that its possible to build a society without fossil fuels?我们如何才能让人们相信,建造一个没有石油的社会是有可能的?A lot of work from the ground up is needed.从最基本的工作开始是必经过程。That is why, in 2014, we created Costa Rica Limpia.这就是为什么在2014年的时候,我们创建了Costa Rica Limpia (“纯净哥斯达黎加”)。;Limpia; means ;clean,;;Limpia; (西班牙语)的意思是“干净”,because we want to empower and we want to inspire citizens.因为我们想启发、鼓励我们的公民。If citizens dont get engaged, clean transportation decisions will be bogged down by endless,如果公民们不参与开发无污染的交通系统的决定and I mean endless, technical discussions, and by avalanches of lobbying by various established interests.将会被无限的技术研讨会所淹没,和代表不同利益的组织所游说阻挠。Wanting to be a green country powered by renewables is aly part of our story.成为一个全由可再生资源供电的绿色国家的这个想法,早已是我们国家故事中的一个篇章。We should not let anybody take that away from us.我们不能让任何人夺走属于我们的故事。Last year, we brought people from our seven provinces to talk about climate change in terms that matter to them,去年,我们聚集了从7个省来的群众讨论了气候变化对于他们的影响。and we also brought this year another group of Costa Ricans to talk about renewable energy.而今年我们又聚集了另一群哥斯达黎加人讨论了可再生资源。And you know what? These people disagree on almost everything你们猜怎么着?这些群众平常几乎是没有众口一致过的,except on renewable energy and clean transportation and clean air. It brings people together.但他们在关于可再生资源,无污染交通系统和干净空气的问题上达成了一致。这也让哥斯达黎加人团结了。And the key to real participation is to help people not to feel small.真正能引导群众积极参与的关键,是去让人们意识到自己的一举一动不再渺小。201702/490807 吉大二院妇科公主岭四维彩超多少钱



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