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浙江杭州市第二医院要预约吗萧山市最正规的医院We are pleased to announce that at 3:05 AM this morning, we reached a tentative agreement with the General Motors Corporation, pending ratification by our membership. We are recessing the strike effective at 4:00 AM this morning. And we will, ur... be prepared to go into ratification meetings hopefully by the end of this week. Lot of hard work has went into it, and we successfully resolved a lot of difficult issues. This bargaining committee gave it their all under the leadership of Vice President Carl Rapson and his staff. We feel very good about this tentative agreement. I am pleased to say that Vice President Carl Rapson and his staff as well as international negotiators did an outstanding job in that area, and we are very very pleased with the outcome.Notes:pending: While in the process of; during200807/43948浙江大学医学院附属第二医院妇科人流 Making Cents now. Out of paying off that college loan. There is a new study. It says a growing number of students are ma, in a major hole from the minute they enter the real world because they are aly, some of them, more than 100, 000 dollars in debt. With us now in Studio B is Greg McBride, he is the senior financial analyst for Bankrate. com. Now I guess there are two kinds of debts, good debt and bad debt. Where does this go? Well, student loan debt is traditionally considered good debt, but the problem for many students and their families is that the cost of colleges has been going up at 6 to 8% a year, far faster than the income, far faster than the standard of living. That means debt's taking on a bigger and bigger role in financing education. How much debt is too much debt for, for one student?Well, one guideline is that you look at the first year's salary in your field after graduation, and use that as, as a barometer, but even then. . . Is that right? Well, you are talking big payments even in that instance, for example, 30, 000 dollars worth of debt. If you are gonna repay that over 10 years, you are talking more than 300 dollars a month at, in payments every month for 10 years. There is more than one way to skin a cat and there is more than one way to get a loan for college. There are government programs. There are so many kinds of grants. What's, what's the best advice for people who are looking for these loans to try to keep themselves from going under. I understand that loans are just one piece of the bigger college financing puzzle. Take advantage of the, other opportunities. Things like a 529 college savings plan, let, let you save on a tax advantage basis. Now, that's an interesting thing that we've talked about here before. It's state by state, different rules state by state, is that right? Well, the, the rules are varied from state to state. You are generally, whether or not you are getting an instate tax break, but every state offers them. You don't have to invest in your state's plan. And you do get a federal tax break? You do get it as under current rules you get to withdraw that money free of tax at the other end. And, now there are, there are limits per year and a maximum overall but you can get up to 100, 000 dollars tax-free save, right? Eh, essentially, yes. I mean you can actually put, put away, er, you know, the generally account limits were limited at about 320, 000 dollars. So, I mean you can really put money away in these accounts and withdraw tax-free to pay for that educated. . . You're putting a couple hundred bucks away if you're especially talking about a brand new kid. I mean that'll save your butt later on. It's important to start early and that really reduces that reliance on debt later. Another thing, leave no stone unturned, looking at grants, scholarships, even on-campus jobs. I mean every dollar you get that way is seen as another dollar you don't have to borrow later. The kinds of jobs that so many students, fresh off students, like to go into, er, charity stuff, volunteer work. This debt is eliminating a lot of that, isn't it? I think that's the social cost, Chaper. Really, I mean , you know, when you consider that, you know, people may pass up a rewarding career in charitable work, or non--profit organization because they have to get a higher salary someplace else to pay off that debt. You know another I think, is they may dismiss the idea of going back to graduate school later, because they are afraid to incur still more debt. Yeah, who wouldn't be. . Greg McBride, senior financial analyst at Bankrate. com. Greg, good you could be here. Thank you. 200809/51012“And so with Magellan we’ve got the first chance, one of the first chances, ok, to really get a complete map and view of it.”The Venusian landscape has a desert-like appearance, but it’s a good deal hotter than any desert on earth.“On Venus it’s about 500 degrees centigrade, due to that green house effects. So it’s far too hot for life to exist. In fact we think that that green house has existed for a very, very long time, so that even if we could get samples back on Venus, we don’t think we’d find any fossil evidence of life. Here on earth, there was abundant water and that’s where life began.”Temperatures and pressures on parts of our own ocean floor are similar to those on Venus, not especially hospitable, in fact, downright hostile. Yet even in these conditions where there is no oxygen, life flourishes around smoking, hydrothermal vents. All over the earth, there are amazing examples of life surviving even thriving in harsh environments. These hardy life forms on earth add power to the argument that life may once have existed, may still exist, in forbidding environments elsewhere in the solar system. The first humans to land on Mars may yet discover the imprint of life.“We don’t know that life originated on earth. It could have come here from elsewhere in a meteorite or comet or something. Now from time to time, asteroids and comets hit Mars and splash Martian material around the solar system. And we know that some of this material comes to earth because there are about a dozen meteorites that have been identified that come from Mars. One of these meteorites could have brought life here to earth.”This is no ordinary rock. It was found on earth but it came from Mars, one of at least a dozen alien rocks from the Red Planet. 13,000 years ago a rock fell to earth. In 1984, it was found in Antarctica, at a place called Alan Hills. For over a decade, this Mars meteorite stayed at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. It had been mistaken for a piece of the moon. But in 1996, NASA scientists took a second look. Inside the meteorite, there appeared to be microscopic fossils, possible signs of life. The meteorite made front-page news around the world. But the initial euphoria was replaced by doubt when the evidence proved to be inconclusive.“The Alan Hills Meteorite is a very important find. It, the things that we do know for sure is that this meteorite is very old. It’s one of the oldest objects in the solar system. It had fractures that were filled with carbonates precipitated from environments, perhaps not unlike this one. I mean we think perhaps they were hydrothermal.”Even if the Alan Hills Meteorite shows evidence of possible microscopic fossils, this is still not proof of life on Mars.“So really, where we rest on the Alan Hills Meteorite is that it’s an important find but not indicative of biology.” “What a time to be alive! In the last year we’ve discovered planets around nearby stars, and today….” NASA Administrator Dan Golden.words in this passage: abundant: more than enough 丰富的, 充裕的downright: (especially of something bad) extremely or very great 完全地;彻头彻尾地hydrothermal:热水的, 热液的forbidding:unfriendly and likely to be unpleasant or harmful:可怕的, 令人难亲近的meteorite : a piece of rock or other matter from space that has landed on Earth 陨星asteroids: one of many rocky objects, varying in width from over 900 kilometres to less than one kilometre, which circle the sun 小行星front-page : describes information that is so important that it deserves to be printed on the front page of a newspaper:重要的, 轰动的euphoria: extreme happiness, sometimes more than is reasonable in a particular situation:兴高采烈precipitate: If a liquid precipitates, substances in it become solid and separate from the liquid:沉淀;(空气中水汽)凝结200808/46407浙江省中医院妇科在线咨询和网上挂号电话

萧山人民医院做包皮过长手术费用多少钱Israel Begins 5-day Civil Defense Drill Amid War Fears以色列举行民防演习引发邻国担心  Israel has launched a major civil defense exercise amid fears of war.  在人们广泛担心爆发战争之际,以色列举行了一次大规模的民防演习。Israel is conducting a five-day home-front security drill to prepare for the possibility of a major terrorist attack, war or natural disaster. Schools, hospitals and government offices are involved in the drill, which includes preparation for a missile attack with nuclear, chemical or biological warheads.  以色列正在进行一次为期5天的后方安全演习,为可能发生大规模恐怖袭击、战争或自然灾害做准备。参加这次演习的包括学校、医院和政府机构。演习的内容包括为发生携带核弹头、化学弹头或生物弹头的导弹袭击做准备。The drill has raised fears in neighboring Lebanon and Syria that Israel might be planning an attack, and those countries have raised the level of alert in their armed forces. Prime Minister Ehud Olmert sought to ease tensions. 这次军事演习引发邻国黎巴嫩和叙利亚的担忧,他们担心以色列可能计划发动袭击。这些国家已经让自己的武装部队进入戒备状态。以色列总理奥尔默特希望能缓和紧张局势。It is a routine drill, Mr. Olmert said at the weekly Cabinet meeting, adding that Israel does not want a war. 奥尔默特在每周一次的例行内阁会议上说,这是一次例行的演习,以色列并不想发动战争。The exercise underscores concerns about a non-conventional war with Iran, which Israel believes is developing nuclear weapons. Iran says its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes, but its president has threatened to wipe Israel "off the map." 这次演习增强了人们对同伊朗发生非常规战争的担忧。以色列认为伊朗在发展核武器。伊朗表示,他们发展核项目是为了和平目的,但是伊朗总统威胁说,要把以色列“从地图上抹去”。Coby Vinsburg of Israel's National Emergency Management Authority says the Middle East is a bad neighborhood that is becoming more dangerous. 以色列国家紧急应变的温斯伯格说,中东是一个糟糕的地方,变得越来越危险。"Israel has to be y all the time in a very high alert and very high level," said Vinsburg. 他说:“以色列必须随时做好准备,处于高度戒备状态。”The civil defense exercise is the biggest in years, and in a sign of growing regional tensions, from now on it will be conducted annually. 这次民防演习是数年来最大的一次。从现在开始,以色列每年都要举行这样的演习,这显示这个地区的紧张局势在不断加剧。200804/33770浙江妇幼保健医院做人流可以吗 探索世界奥秘之Supermassive Black Holes(超大质量黑洞) 08In every galaxy scientists looked at, they found evidence for a supermassive black hole.NGC 3115NGC 3377NGC 3379In M31 and M32In total there is probably 20-30 or so black holes that have been found. Supermassive black holes were supposed to be rare, but Hubble was finding them everywhere, both feeding in active galaxies and lurking quietly in ordinary galaxies. Pretty soon we got used to the idea that everything we would look at would have a black hole in it. You know, after the first three or four cases, we are beginning to wonder: does every one have a black hole? One by one we were seeing this picture sort of emerge out of the fog that, that every galaxy, almost every galaxy had a supermassive black hole in it. It was really quite astonishing.Far from being rare freaks of nature, the Nukers began to suspect that all galaxies could have giant black holes at their hearts. If this was true, it would revolutionize ideas of what a galaxy actually is. More disturbingly, it meant there could be a supermassive black hole lurking at the heart of our very own galaxy, the Milky Way. Andrea Ghez has been coming to Hawaii for the last five years, trying to find out if there is a supermassive black hole in the middle of the Milky Way. When I first started thinking about astronomy, it never occurred to me that there might be a supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy. The idea was that galaxies rotated just around the mass of the center, which was just stars and gas and dust, nothing particularly exotic.Andrea Ghez has been using a telescope even more powerful than Hubble, the Keck Telescope, perched 14,000 feet up on the sacred mountain of Mauna Kea. The Keck Telescope is the biggest optical telescope in the world. It has a vast mirror, ten meters across, made up of 36 segments of highly polished aluminized glass.freak: a person, animal, or plant with a physical abnormalityperch: be situated above or on the edge of somethingaluminize: treat with aluminum; cover with aluminum200808/45323浙一医院专家挂号预约

杭州市余杭区中医院有治疗前列腺炎吗 US House of Representatives Approves Foreign Surveillance Bill美国众议院通过外国情报监听法案  The House of Representatives has approved legislation updating U.S. foreign intelligence surveillance law. President Bush welcomed the bipartisan compromise measure saying it will improve U.S. capabilities to prevent another terrorist attacks. But some Democratic lawmakers opposed the measure. 美国众议院批准美国修改的外国情报监听法案。布什总统赞扬这项两党妥协方案,说这将提高美国避免再次受到恐怖份子袭击的能力。不过一些民主党议员反对这项法案。In crafting the latest revision of the 1978 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), House and Senate lawmakers gave President Bush much of what he sought during months of tough negotiations. 美国参众两院议员在对1978年外国情报监听法认真修改时,增加了一些新的内容,这是布什总统在历时几个月艰苦磋商过程中试图得到的结果。The president wanted telecommunications companies to have immunity from possible lawsuits stemming from any cooperation they provided for the counter-terrorist surveillance program he approved after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. 布什希望电信公司免于受到的可能的法律诉讼,电信公司因为跟反恐监视计划合作可能会吃官司。这项反恐监视计划是美国2001年受到恐怖袭击之后,由布什总统批准的。The program, which involves surveillance of terror suspects without a court warrant, triggered widesp protests and at least 40 lawsuits alleging violations of civil liberties. The program was publicly revealed in media reports in 2005. 反恐监视计划内容包括无须法庭批准监视恐怖嫌疑人,这项计划引发了广泛的反对,至少40件有关诉讼声称侵犯了公民自由权。2005年,媒体在报导中将这项计划曝光。The new legislation, which passed the house by a vote of 293-129, does not grant blanket immunity to the phone companies, but does provide for court review of certifications from the U.S. attorney general that companies acted under presidential orders. A judge could then dismiss a lawsuit. 众议院以293票对129票通过的新法案没有授予电话公司完全的司法豁免权,但是却允许法庭审阅美国司法部长提供的明书,明电话公司的行为是奉总统的命令。法官可以拒绝受理对电话公司的诉讼。Among key points of the new law, electronic eavesdropping without court approval would be permitted in what are designated as emergencies, allowing the government to submit justifications within one week. 经过修改的反恐监视法案重点内容包括,在被认定的紧急情况下,电子窃听无须法庭批准,允许政府在一星期之内提交电子窃听是正当行为的文件。It requires court permission and establishment of probable cause for surveillance of Americans overseas, and prohibits a process in which the communications of a U.S. citizen could be monitored without court approval by targeting a foreigner. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said while the measure is not perfect, overall it helps keep Americans safe and does not violate American's constitutional rights. 众议院议长南希.佩洛西表示,尽管这项法案不够完善,但总体上看,它有助于维护美国的安全,也不会侵犯美国人的宪法权利。"We must have a bill that does not violate the Constitution of the ed States, and this bill does not," she said. 佩洛西说:“我们必须制定一项没有违犯美国宪法的法案,目前这个法案做到了这点。”"The most important thing is that on a bipartisan basis we have come together on a national security issue to give our intelligence community the tools they need to keep America safe," said Republican Pete Hoekstra, a former Republican chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. 曾经担任众议院情报委员会主席、来自共和党的霍克斯特拉说:“最重要的就是以两党为基础,共商国家安全议题,以便让我们的情报部门得到维护国家安全所需的各种手段。”But many Democrats voiced strong opposition, among them Congresswoman Barbara Lee. 不过,许多民主党议员对新修改的反恐监视法案表示强烈反对。众议员巴巴拉.李女士就是其中一员。"It does not strike the proper balance between protecting national security and preserving our cherished civil liberties," she said. 巴巴拉.李说:“新法案没有恰当的处理好保护国家安全与维护我们珍惜的公民权利之间的关系。”In advance of the House vote, President Bush said the legislation will help the U.S. intelligence community protect Americans. 众议院对修改的外国情报监视法表决之前,布什总统表示,这项立法将有助于美国情报部门保护美国人民。"The enemy that attacked us on September 11 is determined to strike this country again," he said. "It is vital that our intelligence community has the ability to learn who the terrorists are talking to, what they are saying, and what they are planning." 布什总统说:“对我们发动9/11袭击的敌人一定会再次袭击我们。我们的情报部门如果有办法知道恐怖份子跟谁联系,说些什么,他们的计划是什么,这非常重要。”The president urged the U.S. Senate to take up the intelligence legislation as quickly as possible. 布什敦促美国参议院尽快通过这项情报立法。The American Civil Liberties Union described the measure as "disastrous", asserting that it allows for mass and untargeted surveillance of American's communications. 美国公民自由联盟把这项法案形容成是一场“灾难”,因为这项法案允许对美国人的通讯往来进行大规模和没有针对性的监视。 200806/42409萧山超导可视打胎大概要多少钱浙江省杭州三院有微创手术吗



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