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吉林大学第二医院门诊挂号吉大四院地址哪里?Russia's President Says Breakaway Regions Not Likely to Return to Georgia俄声称格鲁吉亚不会收回分离地区 Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said Friday it is unlikely that the breakaway regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia will rejoin Georgia after a week of violent clashes. He offered the prediction just before Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili announced that he had signed a truce agreement with Russia. 俄罗斯总统梅德韦杰夫星期五说,在经过一个星期的暴力冲突后,格鲁吉亚争取独立的阿布哈兹和南奥塞梯不太可能重新回到格鲁吉亚。在梅德韦杰夫发出上述预测之后不久,格鲁吉亚总统萨卡什维利宣布与俄罗斯签署停火协议。Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and German Chancellor Angela Merkel met in the Black Sea coast city Sochi not far from Georgia and its breakaway provinces to discuss the unfolding events of the last week. 梅德韦杰夫和德国总理默克尔在距离格鲁吉亚和两个争取独立地区都不远的黑海海滨城市索契会晤,讨论上个星期发生的暴力冲突。Mr. Medvedev said Georgia was not likely to bring Abkhazia and South Ossetia back into the fold. He said that after what happened the past seven days, it is unlikely Ossetians and Abkhazians will ever be able to live together with Georgia in one state. 梅德韦杰夫说,格鲁吉亚不太可能收回阿布哈兹和南奥塞梯。梅德韦杰夫说,经过过去7天发生的一切之后,奥塞梯人和阿布哈兹人不太可能再与格鲁吉亚同处一个国家之中。All week, Russian troops have been driving Georgian forces out of the regions, and Mr. Medvedev said Russia will leave it up to the separatists to decide their future status. 一个星期来,俄罗斯部队一直在把格鲁吉亚军队赶出这两个地区。梅德韦杰夫说,俄罗斯会让希望独立的奥塞梯人和阿布哈兹人决定自己的未来。German Chancellor Angela Merkel echoed the words of U.S. President George Bush. She said Russia's response to Georgia's attack on South Ossetia was "disproportionate," and said that Russian troops staying in the area is "not sensible." 德国总理默克尔表示了与美国总统布什类似的立场。她说,俄罗斯对格鲁吉亚出兵南奥塞梯做出的反应“过度”。她还说,俄罗斯军队“没有道理”留驻在这个地区。U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice met for five hours with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili in Tblisi Friday to bring what a U.S. Department of State official called "clarifying explanations" regarding the French-brokered truce. The Georgian president said he signed a cease-fire agreement with Russia. 美国国务卿赖斯与格鲁吉亚总统萨卡什维利星期五在第比利斯举行了5个小时会谈。美国国务院官员称这次会谈对法国斡旋的停火协议作出澄清。格鲁吉亚总统说,他已经签署与俄罗斯的停火协议。Secretary Rice emphasized that all Russian troops must return to the positions they held before the conflict began.  赖斯强调说,所有俄罗斯部队必须回到冲突发生前所在的位置。An emotional Saakashvili said he will "never, ever surrender" in the showdown with much-larger Russia. 情绪激动的萨卡什维利说,在与超级强敌俄罗斯的对峙中,他“永远永远不会投降”。The recent violence was the worst to break out since South Ossetia declared independence from Georgia in 1992.Separatists in Abkhazia took control of most of the province from Georgia in 1993.200808/46092双阳区妇女医院能做人流吗 Conversation 1会话1A:You called,sir?A:先生,你叫我吗?B:Yes,I need you to write a letter,deliver this package and call my lawyer.B:是的,我要你写一封信、寄这个包裹和打电话给我的律师。A:Yes,sir. Which would you like me to do first?A:好的,先生。你要我先做哪一件事?B:Please deliver the package first since it is the most urgent. Then call my lawyer,and then I will be y to dictate my letter.B:包裹很紧急,所以先寄包裹。然后打电话给我的律师, 之后我再来口述我的信。A:OK,sir. I will be back soon.A:好的,先生。我马上回来。Conversation 2会话 2A:Hello.Mr. Li. What do you want me to do?A:你好,李先生。有什么事吗?B:Hello,Miss. Liu. Can you send the plans to me before Friday?B:你好,刘。星期五之前你可以把计划给我吗?A:All right,Mr Li. I will get those plans over to your office by Friday morning.A:可以,李先生。我会在周五早晨前把那些计划送到您 办公室的。B:Great. That will give me time to talk with my partner before I make a final decision.B:非常好。这样我就有时间在做出决定前和我的拍档商 量一下了。A:That is what I want. Ill have them there by Friday.A:我也是这么想的。我会在周五前把它们送到的。B:Very good. Thank you for getting things done so quickly.B:太好了。谢谢你办事这么快。 /201604/438392吉林长春市儿童医院客服咨询

双辽妇幼保健院网上预约Afghanistan's top intelligence officer is rejecting a U.S. estimate that only 30 percent of the country is under the control of the central government in Kabul. Amrullah Saleh suggested U.S. officials misunderstand Afghanistan's traditional governing system using local tribes. 阿富汗高级情报官员否认了美国估算的阿富汗中央政府仅仅控制阿富汗30%的地区的说法。阿富汗情报局局长萨利赫认为,美国官员们误解了阿富汗使用地方部落来进行管理的传统管理制度。Last week, U.S. Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell said most of Afghanistan is controlled by local tribes, about 10 percent is controlled by Taliban fighters and less than one third of the territory is controlled by President Hamid Karzai's government.  美国国家情报总监麦康奈尔上星期说,阿富汗的大部分地区被地方部落控制,塔利班战士控制了大约10%的地区,而阿富汗总统卡尔扎伊领导的政府仅仅控制了不到三分之一的地区。On Monday in Kabul, Afghanistan's intelligence chief dismissed the claim. 阿富汗情报局局长萨利赫星期一在喀布尔否认了这一说法。He said the percentage in that statement was totally baseless.  他说,美国发表的这份声明中的数据是完全没有根据的。Amrulleh Saleh said that eight of the country's 364 districts, which account for about five percent of the land and two percent of Afghanistan's population, are outside central government control.  萨利赫说,在阿富汗的364个地区中,有8个地区不受阿富汗中央政府的控制,这8个地区大约占阿富汗土地面积的5%,占阿富汗总人口的2%。During a news conference in Kabul, he blamed the widely divergent estimates on U.S. officials misunderstanding how Afghanistan's traditional tribal governing system functions.  在喀布尔召开的一次新闻发布会上,萨利赫批评美国官员由于误解了阿富汗传统的部落统治制度的运作方式,以致其估算产生了大幅度的偏差。"While in America, an administration fully backed by tribal chiefs or dominated by tribal chiefs may be seen as a liability," said Saleh. "But here we see it as a very strong asset." 他说:“在美国,由部落领袖持或控制的政府可能被看作是一种负担,但是在阿富汗,我们把它看作是一种非常强大的资产。” But there are questions about how loyal these local tribal leaders are to carrying out the agenda of the Karzai government.  不过,至于这些地方部落领袖在执行阿富汗政府的计划方面有多么忠诚,这还是个疑问。London-based Paul Burton is a policy analyst with the Senlis Council, a research organization studying drug and security issues in Afghanistan. He says the loyalty of local tribal leaders to the central government depends in a large part on Kabul's ability to deliver benefits to them.  居住在伦敦的伯顿是森利斯委员会的政策分析人士。森利斯委员会是研究阿富汗毒品与安全问题的研究机构。他说,地方部落领袖对阿富汗中央政府的忠诚度很大程度上取决于喀布尔方面能否给他们提供一些好处。 In southern Afghanistan, Burton says the central government struggles to provide even basic services.  伯顿说,在阿富汗南部,阿富汗中央政府甚至还不能提供基本的务项目。"We document, on a regular basis, an appalling lack of aid going to core infrastructure such as hospitals - in Kandahar for example," he said. "So within that context I think it is impossible for local tribal leaders to feel a great degree of warmth toward the center when they are seeing their people ravished and impoverished." 他说:“比如在坎大哈,我们的记录显示,像医院等一些重点机构经常面临救援物资的短缺。因此我认为,在这种情况下,当地方部落领袖们看到他们的人民生活在耻辱和贫穷中时,他们不可能会对中央政府产生极大的热情。”Burton says the security situation in parts of the country has severely impeded efforts to develop government infrastructure.  伯顿说,阿富汗部分地区的安全状况严重地阻碍了在改善政府机构方面所作的努力。Last year Afghanistan experienced the most intense fighting since the fall of the Taliban in 2001. News agencies have estimated that more than 6,000 people, most of whom were militants, were killed in the fighting in 2007. Burton says there is evidence that some families are simultaneously backing Taliban and Afghan army (ANA) and police forces (ANP), merely because they are unsure who will prevail in the struggle for control.  伯顿说,有据表明,一些阿富汗家庭同时持塔利班组织、阿富汗国民军和阿富汗国民警察,他们这样做仅仅是因为他们不确定哪一方会获得得控制权。"We have evidence to suggest that people are putting one fund into the Taliban and another fund into the ANA and another into the ANP," he said. "They are hedging their bets - they are seeing which side is going to win - purely driven from a sense of desperation." 他说:“我们有据明,人们投一部分资金给塔利班组织,投一部分资金给阿富汗国民军,再投另一部分资金给阿富汗国民警察。他们在保护他们的赌注,他们仅仅是在用一种绝望的心理来猜测哪一方将会获胜。” One important indicator of the strength of the U.S.-backed Karzai government has been its ability, or inability, to curb opium-poppy cultivation. This week, the U.S. State Department reported that narcotics production in the country hit historic highs in 2007 for the second straight year.  衡量美国持的阿富汗政府的力量的一个重要指标是它能否有能力抑制鸦片原料罂粟的种植。美国国务院本星期发表的报告说,阿富汗2007年的毒品生产量已经连续第二年创下历史高峰。U.S. analysts said the estimated billion in illicit opium accounted for more than a third of Afghanistan's gross domestic product. 美国分析人士说,据估计,违法的鸦片交易带来的40亿美元的收入占阿富汗国民生产总值的三分之一以上。200803/28572吉林大学第一医院二部医生咨询 And here is your " Need to know" for today. The question: What is the best way to help your kids while helping yourself? What a concept! And you wanna save for your child's future ? Well, get an IRA for the kids and then hire them. Just a couple of ways that can help save you money for those mounting college expenses. Joining us is Fox business contributor Jonas Max Feras. He is the founder of the Maxfunds.com and of course a regular on Cashing-in. What a great time for a question like this, my son is about to leave for college. Is it too late? What could people do? How... how old is he? Too, too old.Okay, (it) basically would happen is Congress changed the taxes, in, in an effort to keep taxes low, they have to crack down on the abuses of stock. This has been going on now for 30 years since Ragan lowered income tax and got to buzz people that were cheating to make a way to pay for it. What they basically did was raise the Kiddie Tax to 18. What was going on here is if your kiddo is between essentially 14 and 18 and you earn a high bracket. You can kinda hide money in their name and they'd be paying this low, this low rate. That's why our parents have those passbooks, well~you... you usual...you used to actually make money.Well, what if you'd be well-off, if you, you actually can know with the rates gone up but it's another story. Anyway, the point is if you're paying taxes, say a 30 percent on your income, say a bounder or passbook saving or anything, your kid/ could be paying at 5 percent or less.(Okay) So you'd hide money there, that game's gone, you can no longer hide money in your kids' name, especially if you earn a high bracket than a low bracket, by the way, this is really bad for kids who're actually working teenagers and their parents are rich but don't support them,they get to pay~Separate apart from the taxes, I wanna know how I can hire my kids to do chores, (Okay) pay them and pays off.If you have... if you have a business, you can hire your kid as an employee. That money that you pay them is deductible to you as a business. you get in a write-off. They can then, start some sort of IRA or 529 to some extend and shield that, so they won't pay income tax on that either and basically you are getting a write-off, they are not paying tax on it. You hide money from Uncle Sam essentially. It's technically legal, you did some complexor theory to start here, you catch the accountant, But that is either..another way is to 529 plan, if you live in the state, this is totally on the level on the jet. If you are not to deal with other thing...That's why we wanna stay.If you... if (inaudible) 529 , if you are in a state with a high state income taxes and your parents earn a high bracket. They can save money for your college that way. It is like an IRA for college in a nutshell...(So it really works.)Yeah. you don't avoid federal tax, you avoid state.And new deductions for paying tuition.Is that situation improving? One that I would say related to that is don't put your money in your kids' name if you think you'll need a financial aid because that's what the governement looks at first. You wanna keep money in your parents' stamp. They look at that too, but not as much.( OK). So if you're not very wealthy and you're looking to get that. That's.. Jonas Max Feras gotta run. Thanks so much. Little help for the parents trying to pay for college, keep those emails coming on Legal and Money Matters and tell me what you need to know just email me at Jamie@Forxnews.com. We might answer your questions on the air. 200809/49552人流哪家医院比较好长春

长春省第四医院网上咨询Table Tennis Rematch Recalls US, China Ping-Pong Diplomacy尼克松图书馆纪念美中乒乓外交  A table tennis tournament being held June 10-12 is commemorating the historic ping-pong diplomacy that helped open relations between the ed States and China in the 1970s. The event at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library in Yorba Linda, California, will feature a rematch of some of the original players. 为了纪念在上个世纪70年代帮助开启美国和中国关系的具有历史意义的乒乓外交,6月10号到12号在美国加利福尼亚州的约巴林达市尼克松总统图书馆举行一场乒乓球比赛。几位当时参赛的乒乓球运动员参加这次活动,重现当年的比赛。In April, 1971, the U.S. national table tennis team was playing at the world championship in Nagoya, Japan, when Chinese Premier Zhou En-lai invited the team to China. Four days later, nine players, team officials and two spouses became the first official American visitors to China since 1949, the year the Communists came to power.  1971年4月,美国国家乒乓球队在日本名古屋参加世界锦标赛,当时的中国总理周恩来邀请他们去中国访问。4天以后,9名队员和随队工作人员以及两位家属成为1949年共产党夺取政权以后第一批正式访问中国的美国人。In February, 1972, U.S. President Richard Nixon made his historic trip to China. Seven years later, the ed States and the People's Republic of China opened diplomatic relations. 1972年2月,美国总统理查德.尼克松对中国进行了历史性访问。7年后,美国和中华人民共和国建立外交关系。These events are being remembered at the Nixon Library, which this week is hosting ping-pong demonstrations, instructional clinics for players and games between current U.S. and Chinese table tennis stars.  尼克松总统图书馆一一记录了这些事件。这个星期,尼克松图书馆举办乒乓球表演赛,为运动员举办球艺讨论会,还有美中两国现役知名乒乓球选手的比赛。Richard Nixon Library Executive Director John H. Taylor says Mr. Nixon and Zhou En-lai both had practical goals, while both also hoped for better relations between the two nations. 理查德.尼克松图书馆执行馆长约翰.泰勒说,尼克松和周恩来都有务实的目标,也都期待两国建立良好的关系。"China pragmatically was looking to deepen its economic and cultural ties with the West, but more emotionally they were looking for acceptance after having been ostracized for a generation or more by the Americans," he explained.  泰勒说:“中国当时从务实的角度考虑,希望增进跟西方的经济和文化关系。但是,中国在被美国孤立了几十年之后,更希望被美国接受。”He says the American president also had a strategic goal, hoping to counteract the influence of the Soviet Union with closer ties to China. But he says Nixon's motives were tinged with idealism, and that he hoped to end the isolation of the Chinese people.  泰勒说,尼克松总统也有一个战略目标,就是希望通过与中国建立比较密切的关系来抵消当时苏联的影响力。不过泰勒认为,尼克松的动机带有理想主义色,他还希望结束中国人民孤立的处境。The breakthrough began with a personal contact between two athletes. An American player missed his bus at the world table tennis championship in Japan. A Chinese player suggested he ride on the bus of the Chinese team. The two players exchanged gifts, and political leaders seized on the idea of a sports exchange. 美中关系零的突破源于两位运动员的一次私人接触。当时在日本参加世界乒乓球锦标赛的一位美国运动员没有赶上汽车。一位中国运动员建议中国队的车捎上他。两人交换了礼物,当时的政治领导人想到了体育交流的主意。At one level, the games were merely a symbol of more important diplomacy taking place behind the scenes. Yet Olympic historian David Wallechinsky says it is not unusual for athletes to bridge political barriers. He recalls another incident in 1952, when the Soviet Union took part in its first Olympic games. It was at the height of the Cold War, when the great American pole vaulter Bob Richards led a group of American athletes to visit their Soviet counterparts.  从一个层面上说,比赛只不过是幕后更重要的外交努力的象征。但是奥林匹克历史学家戴维.沃利金斯基说,由运动员克政治屏障是常见的事情。他回忆起1952年苏联第一次参加奥运会。当时正值冷战高峰,美国优秀的撑杆跳运动员鲍.理查德斯率领一批美国运动员访问苏联。Wallechinsky says it helped to break the ice and change the mood at the games. 沃利金斯基说,这次访问帮助打破了坚冰,改变赛场气氛。"One advantage that athletes have over diplomats is that they do not have to take a stand," he noted. "They can act as individuals. They can represent themselves and make that effort to become friends. One of the great parts of the Olympics, for example, is to go into the Olympic Village and see these athletes from 200 countries just being friendly with each other." 沃利金斯基说:“跟外交人士相比,运动员有一个优势,就是他们不必表明自己的立场。他们可以以个体身份活动,可以只代表自己,通过自己的努力交朋友。奥运会重要看点之一是到奥运村里去,见来自200个国家的这些运动员相互之间非常友好。”Often, he says, they are playing ping-pong or games. 沃利金斯基说,各国运动员之间经常打乒乓球,或者打游戏机。John Taylor says the California tournament looks back to 1971 and its famous ping-pong diplomacy, but also looks forward to the Olympics, which will be held in Beijing in August. 约翰·泰勒说,在加州举行的乒乓球比赛将重温1971年著名的乒乓外交,同时也放眼8月在北京举行的奥运会。"We wanted to give our hometown audience in southern California a preview of some of the excitement that attends the Olympics, since the vast majority of us will not be able to journey to Beijing," he added. "But it is also part of the mission of the Nixon Foundation and the Nixon Library to remind people about a great event in the past, as opportunities for reconciliation will present themselves as they often do in the future." 泰勒说:“我们希望让加利福尼亚州南部的观众提前感受置身奥运会的激动场面,因为我们绝大多数人无法前往北京。不过,尼克松基金会和尼克松图书馆的使命还包括让人们记住过去发生的一次重要事件,因为将来一样有这样的和解机会。”An official with the Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries, one of the sponsors of the event, says the rematch will remind the Chinese of the importance of relationships they now take for granted. 这次活动的发起方之一、中国人民对外友好协会的一位官员表示,这次纪念比赛将让中国人民不要忘记他们现在认为理所当然的中美关系的重要性。The highlight of the three-day event is a rematch of players from the original teams. In 1971, the Chinese players were considered the best in the world, and in several days of matches, they trounced the Americans. American George Braithwaite and Chinese star Liang Geliang face off again Thursday. 这次为期3天的纪念活动的亮点是当年球队的队员将再次亮相比赛。1971年,中国乒乓球运动员被认为是世界上最棒的,在几天的比赛中,他们大胜美国队。当年美国队的乔治·布雷斯威特和中国著名队员梁戈亮将于星期四再次交锋。Braithwaite says he was suspicious in 1971 when he won two out of three matches against Liang, one of world's top players, as they squared off in an auditorium with 18,000 spectators. The Americans soon realized the Chinese players were letting them win some games. Braithwaite, 69, says he has been practicing hard for the rematch. 布雷斯威特说,1971年他在能容纳1万8000名观众的体育馆以二比一战胜了当时的世界尖子选手梁戈亮。他当时就有些怀疑。布雷斯威特很快意识到,中国运动员是故意让他们赢几场比赛。今年69岁的布雷斯威特说,他为这场纪念比赛进行了刻苦训练。200806/41942 长春都市丽人医院做人流多少钱长春性价比较高的人流医院

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