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哈尔滨治疗月经不调贵不贵哈尔滨妇幼保健院医院官网This premiere, Basic Instinct 2 in New York is for Concerned Parents for AIDS Research.And how did you decide? I mean, were you a part of that decision?Yes, I went to the studio when we were planning our premieres and around the world and we discussed, we know where the American premiere'd be and they talked to me about the fact that, you know, I've been an Aids activist for so long and that they would love to have a New York premiere. That was very elegant and we just talked about the possibilities of what we would do it for, and if we would do a philanthropic premiere, and, and I talked to them about this which I love very much, Concerned Parents for AIDS Research, and we all agreed that it would be a great cause. So the studio Sony is supporting it, er, Dior is supporting it, er, Choparte has been very supportive, my agent, Scott Lambert has donated money, so it's just been marvelous. Yeah.Filming Basic Instinct, did you ever think there would be a sequel and is this the way that you would have pictured it?Um, I think it's really great. I'm happy with the way that it turned out. I didn't think when I was filming it that there would be a sequel, or that if there was, that it would include me. I, so I'm actually kind of shocked and surprised about everything. Life is very um, propitious. She just, (you) never know and so, it was just great, lucky and fun. And How about playing Catherine this time around? Do you, you know, you're matured, she's matured. How m(uch), how different was it?It was different, and exciting, and scary and funny and hard and sometimes easy. Finally, anything you want to share with us about your recent trip to Israel? I mean we saw a lot about it, but I'd like to hear a bit more.You know, it's really marvelous, you know, when I got the call that Shimon Perez had invited me to come on behalf of the Perez Peace Foundation and talk about the subject of peace in Israel, to both Israelis and Palestinians to travel and see their good work. They have hospitals where they're giving open-heart surgery to infants one to four months. And these are Palestinians and Muslims and Israelis and Bedouins and it was just extraordinary. And to, speak to the mothers and to go to the oncology ward and talk to the kids and to go to the schools where the kids are li(ving), working together and living together in this school called coexistence and to go and to be as the biggest tennis camp there ever that has also all these mixed cultural kids working together and learning and understanding of peace and they are doing these games where they run up and they say their name and they say a word in their language and the other kid says that word in their language and their name and runs back with the ball. And it was just so moving and exciting and I learned so much being there and I flew with a helicopter all over and we went white water helicoptering over the Jordan river and it was so exciting and, and helicoptering over the sand dunes to see Bedouin outposts and saw this great mission carved into the side of the sand dunes. It was, you know, hundreds of years old, and we went to the Dead Sea and, you know, you see in Israel that you just don't see on television 'cause what we see is bad news on the news. And then you get there, and this is a gorgeous place with these beautiful people who are really trying to work towards peace and it was just, it was marvelous. It was, it was, so encouraging and, and really every time I get to go and travel to these other countries and meet other people, I just come to understand more and more that we all want the same thing. We wanna be loved, we wanna be liked, we wanna be seen and we wanna share our culture with you. Sounds like we in the media have a, have to do a better job of covering those things as well, isn't it?It is true and I thank you for understanding that because really... it is the journalists' job, not just to, to take what you are being fed, but to go and explore and see and show the world what really exists. And you know what, people everywhere are just the same. They get out of the bed the same way, they put on their pants the same way, and they say I need to be cared about and loved, and you know, every kid in the war is some mother and father's son. And nobody wants peace more than a kid out there on the field. And we have to, for them, for those children, we have to be better, we have to try harder and we have to do more.200809/47882哈尔滨人流最佳时间 国家地理:Halloween: Giant Bats 巨型蝙蝠As the sun goes down every evening in northern Australia, millions of dark, huge, winged creatures dominate the skies.They're an imposing sight, but these black flying foxes are just big harmless bats, the biggest in the world.Their wingspan can reach a whopping six feet. Given that the world's smallest bat species weighs less than a penny, that's pretty big.Nearly one quarter of the world's mammal species are bats. 160 of these are fruit bats and 60 of these are called flying foxes, for their unique looking, fox-like faces. The black flying fox babies can't fly for the first month, which means the moms have to carry them, even when they become airborne.At night, they search for fruit and nectar, mainly through sight and smell. Like other fruit bats and vampire bats, black flying foxes don't rely on echolocation. During the day, they live in huge colonies or camps housing up to 100,000 flying foxes. Usually they stay relatively cool by roosting in mangrove and paperbark trees that sit in water. But sometimes even this location isn't cool enough. Ever wore a black fur coat in the intense Australian heat? You can imagine why they fan themselves.Hey, when that doesn't work, they'll lick themselves. They cool down a little as their saliva evaporates. But with 100,000 bats in the same grove of trees, things are bound to heat up.Fights often break out over which branch belongs to whom. They defend their turf. But they rarely break skin. Mostly it's just a lot of noisy posturing. Posturing aside, this big black flying creature is nothing more than a fuzzy foxy looking vegetarian.New Words:roost: (v.) To rest or sleep on or as if on a perch or roost. 栖息mangrove: (n.) [植]红树林paperbark: (n.) (澳大利亚的)白千层属植物saliva: (n.) 唾液200708/16997McCain Running Mate Gets Rousing Reception at Party Convention佩林演说振奋共和党士气广受瞩目 Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, who is poised to become only the second woman ever nominated to run for vice president of the ed States, assured delegates to the Republican National convention that she has the experience and credentials for the job. The highly anticipated speech was greeted with rousing applause from delegates who have expressed strong support for her, despite questions about her abilities and qualifications. 成为美国历史上第二位女性副总统候选人的阿拉斯加州州长佩林,向共和党全国代表大会上的代表保,她有足够的经验和资历来担任副总统这个职务。尽管有人质疑她的能力和资历,但是她这次广受瞩目的演说受到与会代表的热烈掌声,表达他们的持。The Alaska governor was little known before Senator McCain announced less than a week ago that he had chosen her as his running mate, and, within days, revelations about her family and questions about decisions she made as governor intensified the focus on her convention speech. Palin had to win over those skeptical about her abilities, as she formally introduced herself to the nation, and judging by the applause she received, she succeeded among the Republicans present.  不到一个星期之前,在参议员麦凯恩宣布佩林为竞选夥伴的时候,这位阿拉斯加州州长还鲜为人知。然而,就在这几天里,有关佩林的家庭问题以及她作为州长所做决定的曝光,更加强了各界对她这场演说的关注。当她正式向全国人民介绍自己的时候,佩林必须赢得那些怀疑她能力的人的持。从她获得的掌声来看,她成功地赢得了在场共和党人的持。Recounting her life as a devoted mother, and her rise to mayor of a small Alaska town and now governor, Palin challenged those who question her experience to compare it to that of Democratic Presidential candidate, Barack Obama, who was a community organizer in the city of Chicago before he was elected to the state legislature and then to the U.S. Senate.  佩林诉说自己是一名尽职的母亲,她介绍了担任阿拉斯加州一个小镇的镇长,以及现在担任阿拉斯加州州长的历程。她并且以此和民主党总统候选人奥巴马的资历相比,挑战质疑她经验的人。奥巴马最早曾经是芝加哥市的社区组织者,后来当选该州议会议员,再后来当选美国联邦参议员。"Before I became governor of the great state of Alaska, I was mayor of my hometown. And since our opponents in this presidential election seem to look down on that experience, let me explain to them what the job involves. I guess a small-town mayor is sort of like a 'community organizer,' except that you have actual responsibilities," she said.  佩林说:“在我成为美国伟大的阿拉斯加州的州长之前,我曾经是我家乡的镇长。由于我们的对手似乎看轻我这项经验,让我向他们解释这项工作包括了什么。我猜,一个小镇的镇长有点类似一个‘社区组织者’,不过你还必须负实际责任。”She also launched a direct attack on the Obama campaign's theme of change, as she addressed the choice Americans face when they go to the polls in November. "Here's how I look at the choice Americans face in this election. In politics, there are some candidates who use change to promote their careers. And then there are those, like John McCain, who use their careers to promote change," she said. Palin is only the second woman ever named to a major party ticket, and the first for Republicans. Geraldine Ferrarro was the Democratic candidate in 1984. Palin is a staunch social conservative, and as she put it, not a member of the permanent political establishment, who could boost Republican chances against Barack Obama.  佩林是美国历史上第二位被主要政党提名的女性副总统候选人,也是第一位被共和党提名的女性副总统候选人。佩林是一位坚定的社会保守派,她指出,由于她不属于任何现存政治体系,因此她可以协助共和党人对抗奥巴马。Revelations in recent days about her unwed pregnant daughter, and an ethics investigation in her home state, have nearly dominated headlines, but Palin appeared undaunted as she outlined what she and McCain would do, if elected.  最近几天有关她女儿未婚怀,以及她在州长任内是否滥用职权遭到调查之类事件的曝光,几乎在主导新闻版面,但是佩林似乎没有畏惧,她阐述了如果当选,她和麦凯恩将会怎么做。In her address, Palin spoke confidently on international issues, and said she would help fight to end U.S. Reliance on Middle Eastern oil. 佩林在国际议题上也很自信的发言,她并且表示,她将协助终止美国对中东石油的依赖。"With Russia wanting to control a vital pipeline in the Caucasus, and to divide and intimidate our European allies by using energy as a weapon, we cannot leave ourselves at the mercy of foreign suppliers. To confront the threat that Iran might seek to cut off nearly a fifth of world energy supplies, or that terrorists might strike again at the Abqaiq facility in Saudi Arabia, or that Venezuela might shut off its oil deliveries, we Americans need to produce more of our own oil and gas."  她说:“由于俄罗斯想控制高加索地区的重要输油管,并且用能源作为武器来分离并胁迫我们的欧洲盟邦,我们不能够将自己置于外国供应者的慈悲之下。为了对抗伊朗可能切断世界五分之一的能源供应,为了对抗恐怖分子可能再度攻击沙特阿拉伯的石油设施,为了对抗委内瑞拉可能切断它的石油销售,我们美国人需要生产更多我们自己的石油和天然气。”Among the speakers at the convention Wednesday were well-known Republicans, who challenged McCain for the Republican nomination earlier in the campaign.  星期三在共和党大会上发表演说的,都是些知名的共和党人,他们在早些时候曾经和麦凯恩一同竞争过共和党的总统提名。Describing the 2008 election as a "choice between substance and style," former New York City mayor Rudy Guiliani described McCain as an American war hero, tested time and again in crisis, and he offered this view of Senator Obama. "He's never had to lead people in a crisis. He is the least experienced candidate for President of the ed States in the last 100 years. [This is] not a personal attack, [just] a statement of fact. Barack Obama has never led anything. Nothing. Nada. Nothing," he said.  前纽约市长朱利安尼称2008年的总统大选是“实质内容与表面形式之间的选择”,他形容麦凯恩是位一再经受危机考验的美国战争英雄。他是这样形容奥巴马的:“奥巴马从来没有在危机中领导过人民。他是过去100年来美国最没有经验的总统候选人。”Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney said a McCain-Palin victory in November would bring conservatism back to Washington. "We need change all right - change from a liberal Washington to a conservative Washington! We have a prescription for every American who wants change in Washington - throw out the big government liberals and elect John McCain and Sarah Palin." Senator McCain arrived in St. Paul earlier in the day, preparing for his acceptance speech Thursday night, and made a surprise appearance on stage after Palin finished speaking to thunderous applause. 参议员麦凯恩星期三早些时候抵达圣保罗,为他星期四晚间接受提名的演说做准备,在佩林演说结束获得热烈掌声时,麦凯恩突然出现在舞台上。200809/47538南岗区妇女医院预定电话

哈尔滨怀孕四个月要打胎需要多少钱A group of six international companies has announced plans to build an ultra-high speed, undersea, fiber-optic cable under the Pacific Ocean, between Japan and the ed States. The project is meant to improve Internet and other telecommunication traffic between the U.S. and Asia, and comes as several other companies have begun similar ventures.  六家公司宣布计划在日本和美国之间敷设横跨太平洋的超高速光导纤维海底电缆,以改善美国和亚洲地区的互联网和电讯交通。与此同时,好几个其他的公司也开始进行类似的项目。Singapore Telecommunications, Internet search company Google, and four other companies plan to spend 0 million on the underwater communications link. They say it will be y for use by 2010. The new cable network, called y, will link Chikura, Japan, with the western U.S. city of Los Angeles, a distance of about 10,000 kilometers. The system will also connect to other Asian telecommunications cable systems.  新加坡电讯公司、专营互联网搜索的谷歌公司以及其他4个公司计划投资3亿美元铺设海底电缆。这些公司表示,这条海底电缆将在2010年投入使用。这条名为“UNITY”的电缆网络的两端,一端是日本的千仓,另一端是美国的洛杉矶,长度大约为1万公里。这条电缆通讯系统将跟亚洲其他电讯电缆系统连接。Fiber-optic cables are the lifelines for connecting Internet users on different continents. This latest project is part of a surge in new transpacific cable construction projects, driven primarily by increasing demand in Asia. 光导纤维是各大洲的互联网用户相互联络的生命线。有关公司宣布的这个最新的光导纤维电缆建设工程,是跨越太平洋之间的电缆建设热潮的一部分。这股热潮主要是亚洲地区不断增长的需求推动的。Martin Gutberlet is the Vice President for Technology and Research at Gartner's Singapore office. He says within two to three years, Internet traffic between the ed States and Asia could double. 马丁.古特伯赖特是加德纳技术和研究咨询公司驻新加坡办事处的副总裁。他说,在两到三年内,美国和亚洲地区之间的互联网通讯量可能翻番。"And lots of traffic will be actually generated in Asia, so therefore there is simply more capacity needed between the U.S. and Asia," he said. 他说:“互联网通讯量很多将是在亚洲产生的,因此美国和亚洲之间需要更大的通讯容量。”Gutberlet says that, based on current forecasts, now is the best time for companies to supply additional capacity between North America and Asia.  古特伯赖特说,按照目前的预测,现在是有关公司兴建增容工程的最好时机。eMarketer是一个互联网和电子商务研究公司。eMarketer, an Internet and e-business research company, predicts that by 2012, almost 50 percent of the world's Internet users will live in the Asia Pacific region. 该公司预计,到2012年,全世界将近50%的互联网用户在亚太地区。But, investments in undersea cable links are not without risk.  但是,在海底的光缆铺设投资并不是没有风险的。In December 2006, a strong earthquake near Taiwan damaged four large offshore cables, disrupting Internet service for millions of people across Asia. Service was not fully restored for weeks.  在2006年,台湾附近发生强烈地震,损坏了4条海底电缆,中断了亚洲地区成百万的互联网用户的通讯务。过了好几个星期之后,互联网务才完全恢复。Earlier this year, communications in large parts of the Middle East and Southeast Asia were affected after two undersea cables were damaged in the Mediterranean Sea.  今年早些时候,中东和东南亚地区许多地方的通讯因为地中海海底电缆受损而受到影响。Gutberlet says, aside from avoiding seismically unstable spots on the ocean floor, it is impossible to forecast such problems. 古特伯赖特说,在铺设电缆的过程中,除了避免太平洋洋底的地质不稳定的地点之外,人们不可能预测地震会造成什么问题。"So that is simply something which you can't plan for. And of course, if you have an earthquake, or if someone is, you know, hitting your cable with a boat, or a ship, then you simply have bad luck," he said. 他说:“这种事情,人们是无法计划预防的。当然,假如发生地震,或者假如船只碰坏了电缆,那你就只好自认倒霉。”And in 2000, during the dot-com bust, several telecommunications companies went bankrupt when too many competitors entered the market. 在2000年,在互联网公司纷纷倒闭的时候,好几家电讯公司因为大批竞争者进入市场而破产。Gutberlet says one of the reasons most underwater cables are laid by consortiums is to lessen the risks for a single company. At the rate the Asia Pacific's telecommunications market is forecast to expand, Gutberlet says the financial attraction of such ventures far outweighs the potential risks.  古特伯赖特说,海底电缆通常是一些公司联合铺设的一个原因,是他们力图减少一个公司所承受的风险。他说,按照目前亚太地区电讯市场预测增长的速度来看,从事这样的基本建设的盈利前景大大超过可能的风险。200802/28031黑龙江省哈尔滨第九医院做输卵管通液多少钱 哈尔滨无痛人流价格到

木兰县做体检多少钱divagate ——— 跑题(不及物动词)英文释义 (Intransitive verb) To wander or stray from the main topic while discussing something.例句 The elderly professors lectures often divagated into odd topics unrelated to his primary subject.这位老教授讲课时经常跑偏到与他的主科不相关的奇怪话题上。 /201607/453209 McCain Surges in Polls as Obama Challenges Him on Change麦凯恩民调持度攀升超过奥巴马  New public opinion polls show Republican John McCain surging in the U.S. presidential race over Democrat Barack Obama. Both candidates campaigned Monday on the issues of change and the economy. 新的民意调查显示,美国共和党总统候选人麦凯恩的持度迅速攀升,超越了民主党候选人奥巴马。两位候选人在星期一的竞选活动中都强调改变和经济问题。Senator McCain appears to have gotten a sizable boost from last week's Republican convention. McCain now leads in two Gallup polls, and is tied with Senator Obama in two other national surveys. 参议员麦凯恩的持率显然从上星期的共和党大会中得到大幅提升。现在他在两个盖洛普民调中都领先,在另外两个全国民调中,则与奥巴马平分秋色。Most polls had Obama ahead prior to both party conventions. 在两党全国代表大会前,奥巴马在许多民调中都保持领先。McCain's campaign seems to enjoy new life thanks in large part to the addition of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as the Republican candidate for vice president. 麦凯恩阵营对这个新变化非常兴奋,一般认为,麦凯恩民调升高是由于阿拉斯加州州长佩林成为共和党副总统候选人。Palin introduced McCain Monday at a rally in Missouri.  佩林星期一在密苏里州的竞选活动中介绍麦凯恩出场说:"In politics, there are candidates who use change to promote their careers, and then there are those like John McCain who use their careers to promote change," she said. “在政治圈里,有候选人以改变为口号来推动个人政治生涯,但也有像麦凯恩参议员这样的人,投入自己的政治生涯来推动改变。”McCain has shifted his emphasis in recent days to making the argument that he and Palin are the true candidates of change, and that their reputations as political mavericks will bring reform to Washington. 麦凯恩近来改变他的竞选焦点,强调他和佩林才是能带来改变的候选人,只有像他们这样政治独立的人才能改革华盛顿。"We don't work for a party and we don't work for a special interest. We don't work for ourselves. We are going to work for you and we are going to drain the swamp in Washington, D.C. and we are going to take on the special interests," he said. 麦凯恩说:“我们不为单一政党或特别利益工作,我们也不为自己工作,我们要为你们做事,我们要清除华盛顿的政治污泥,我们要挑战特殊利益。”Senator Obama also focused on the economy Monday during a campaign event in Michigan, which has one of the highest unemployment rates in the country. 参议员奥巴马星期一在密西根州竞选时也把焦点放在经济议题上,密西根是美国失业率最高的州之一。But Obama took issue with McCain's attempt to portray the Republican ticket as agents of change after eight years of Republican control of the White House.  不过奥巴马也对麦凯恩在共和党执政8年后,还把自己塑造成变革力量的企图表示质疑。"I mean, you can't just make stuff up. You can't just recreate yourself. You can't just reinvent yourself. The American people are not stupid! What they are looking for is somebody who has been consistently calling for change," he said. 他说:“你不能只是做做样子,不能重新创造你自己,重新包装自己。美国选民不是傻瓜,他们要寻找的是一位持之以恒,不断寻求改变的候选人。”Obama got some help from former Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, who campaigned for the Democratic ticket of Obama and vice presidential candidate Joe Biden in Florida. "If we want to tackle the myriad of challenges facing our country, then to slightly amend my comments from Denver [at the Democratic convention], no way, no how, no McCain, no Palin," she said.Meanwhile, the surprise choice of Governor Palin to serve as Senator McCain's running mate won praise from both President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney. 与此同时,麦凯恩选择佩林为竞选搭档的出乎意料之举赢得了布什总统以及切尼副总统的赞扬。The president told Fox television that Senator McCain made what he called an "inspired pick" with Palin, while Vice President Cheney said he thought Palin's speech at last week's Republican convention was "superb". 布什总统接受福布斯电台采访时表示,麦凯恩选择佩林是“令人鼓舞的选择”。切尼则表示,佩林上星期在共和党大会上的演说“非常出色”。200809/48080鸡西市私密整形多少钱巴彦县流产费用



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