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Bush in Israel to Start Middle East Trip布什开始中东行 会晤以色列总统  President Bush is in Israel to begin a five-day trip to the Middle East. The president is hoping for progress on efforts to resolve the Israeli - Palestinian dispute. 布什总统目前正在以色列,开始了对中东地区的五天行程。布什总统希望此行可以推进解决以色列和巴勒斯坦争议的努力。An Israeli military honor guard welcomed the president and Mrs. Bush to Tel Aviv. He is here to help celebrate Israel's 60th anniversary and hopes to encourage faltering talks on the creation of a separate Palestinian state. 布什总统和夫人抵达特拉维夫,受到以色列军方仪仗队的欢迎。布什此行的目的是庆祝以色列建国六十周年。他同时希望能促进目前摇摇欲坠的有关建立巴勒斯坦国的谈判。White House officials say the president is still optimistic that the outline of such a state can be concluded before he leaves office in January. 白宫官员说,布什依然很乐观,他认为在他明年一月离任前,有关建立巴勒斯坦国的大致计划可以最后敲定。Israeli President Shimon Peres met with Mr. Bush in Jerusalem and said some of the obstacles to peace may soon fade. 以色列总统西蒙.佩雷斯在耶路撒冷会晤了布什总统,并表示和平的一些障碍可能很快会消失。"I think before you leave office you will see a change of guards here in the Middle East. What looks today so gloomy may be the last effort of some very extremist groups to remain alive," he said. “我认为在你离任前,你会看到中东安全局势的改变。今天看起来令人沮丧的一切,可能是一些非常极端组织的最后垂死挣扎。”President Peres sees the decline of the militant group Hezbollah, which he says is destroying neighboring Lebanon, and Hamas which controls the Gaza Strip and Mr. Peres says is postponing the creation of a Palestinian state. 佩雷斯总统表示,他看到激进组织真主党的衰退。他说,真主党正在毁坏邻国黎巴嫩。佩雷斯总统还表示,控制着加沙地带的哈马斯组织正在拖延巴勒斯坦建国的努力。President Bush says a separate state would give Palestinians a choice between more violence under Hamas and a more stable future under Fatah, which controls the West Bank.  布什总统说,巴勒斯坦国的建立将给巴勒斯坦人带来一个选择, 是生活在哈马斯领导下的更多暴力之中,还是在法塔赫领导下享受比较稳定的未来。法塔赫目前控制着约旦河西岸地区。"We will continue to work toward a vision where people who are just reasonable and want a chance to live at peace with Israel have that opportunity, and at the same time speak clearly about the forces of terror who murder innocent people to achieve their political objectives and how the world must stand against them," said Mr. Bush. 布什:“我们将继续为未来的前景而努力。到那时,那些理智的人们,希望与以色列和平相处的人们才有那样的机会。同时,我们也会明确地指出那些恐怖力量,他们通过谋杀无辜的人们来达到他们的政治目标,全世界必须站起来反对他们。”Nathan Brown directs Middle East studies at George Washington University. He says a divided Palestinian authority is blocking progress toward a separate state because Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas does not speak for all Palestinians. 美国乔治.华盛顿大学中东研究项目的负责人布朗说,巴勒斯坦当局的分裂正在阻碍巴勒斯坦建国,因为巴勒斯坦主席阿巴斯并不能代表所有的巴勒斯坦人。"There simply is not a unified viable, Palestinian leadership, so how do you make a deal if there is nobody who can really sign on the dotted line delivering the Palestinian side," said Brown. 他说:“目前没有一个团结的、可持续的巴勒斯坦领导层,所以,如果没有人能够代表巴勒斯坦方面在协议上签字,你又怎么能达成协议呢?”Progress toward a two-state solution is also slowed by the political weakness of Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert who is currently under investigation for political corruption. 以色列总理奥尔默特在政治上的软弱也减慢了在巴以两国共存问题上的进展。奥尔默特目前正受到政治腐败方面的调查。The prime minister denies the allegations and says he will resign if indicted. 奥尔默特否认腐败指称,并说,如果受到起诉他就会辞职。"His political obituary has been written many times before and it is premature to conclude that he will be forced from office," said John Alterman, who directs the Middle East Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, a public policy research group in Washington. "But it is a fantasy to think that Ehud Olmert can make difficult and far-reaching diplomatic concessions when his political survival is under severe threat. In fact, the incentives are for Olmert to make apparent progress for peace, but not to conclude a peace deal that would alienate vital supporters." 奥尔特曼是华盛顿公共政策研究机构战略与国际问题研究中心中东项目的主任。他说:“奥尔默特以前也曾多次被宣判政治死刑。但是,现在说他将被迫辞职还为时尚早。不过,如果认为当他的政治前途受到严重威胁时他还能作出艰难而影响深远的外交让步,那也是不切实际的。事实上,他的计划是在和平问题上取得明显的进展,但是不会和巴勒斯坦达成和平协议,因为那样做会疏远一些对他来说至关重要的持者。”White House officials do not expect any major breakthroughs on this trip but argue there has been halting progress between Israeli and Palestinian negotiators since they resumed talks following the president's Middle East summit in the ed States last November. 美国白宫官员并不期待布什此行能取得突破性的进展,不过,他们说,自从去年11月布什总统在美国组织召开中东问题高峰会议之后,以色列和巴勒斯坦的谈判人员之间取得了断断续续的进展。Mr. Bush will meet separately with President Abbas and Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad. During this trip, he will also meet with Saudi King Abdallah, Afghan President Hamid Karzai, Jordanian King Abdullah, and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. 布什将分别会晤巴勒斯坦民族权力机构主席阿巴斯和巴勒斯坦总理法耶兹。他还将会晤沙特国王阿卜杜拉、阿富汗总统卡尔扎伊、约旦国王阿卜杜拉和埃及总统穆巴拉克。 200805/39012广州白云市比较好的人流医院Matt Lauer: George, good morning! George Clooney: Good morning. Matt Lauer: Welcome back. George Clooney: Thank. Matt Lauer: I like the fact we get to talk about movie like this because it appears to me it's a labor of love. (en, sure. ) And so often actors come through here and they're talking about their big paycheck or their, or their blockbuster. Tell me why you made this movie exactly. George Clooney: Money. (haha. . . ) Is that , that's where it would be, there is some,big money in the,(in the black and white film) in the black and white film about something that happened 50 years ago. Em, I did. My father is an anchorman . I grew up with the idea of how great the Fourth Estate is and how important it is , especially in broadcast journalism. And this was the high point one of the, probably the High Water Marks, this and when Cronkite came back from Vietnam, were two times you could point directly to a policy change and sort of an attitude change on the country. And I thought it was a great time to talk about those things again. I don't, er, I don't think it's necessarily the same issues any more. But I think it's always a good time to talk about responsibility. Matt Lauer: When you screened this movie I was ing that you were somewhat surprised by how few people or what percentage of the people, knew the story of McCarthy, knew who he was, knew who Edward R. Murrow was . George Clooney: Murrow was, but most people knew of McCarthyism. They asked us who the actor played McCarthy was and(Which in the movie is him) who is Joe McCarthy . I would say fifty percent of the people didn't know who Murrow was . Matt Lauer: You talk about so many things in this movie that, that when you are a viewer of it, you are watching it, you have to say , ok, there's got to be a message for journalists today. It seems to me as if there is a bit of a shot across the bow here. Maybe a call to arms would be a better way to describe it. That you've been somewhat disappointed with what you see on television today. And you'd like us, those of us in the media to maybe hold ourselves and our art to a better standard. George Clooney: I don't think it's for me, it's, I am not a journalist. I'm a son of a journalist and I've grown up around it. I don't think it's for me to try and say: "Hey, straighten up!" I think that everyone(Is it about your potential, would that maybe. . ) I would argue that over the past couple, 3 years, we do this you know every thirty forty years we get a little scared you know, we get a little beat up by somebody and, or something and we start to worry if it's unpatriotic to ask tough questions. And I find that I don't know a journalist that doesn't want to ask the tough questions. It's usually the issues, my father's fights were never about. With reporters to ask tough questions, he asked tough questions of the Carter administration. He asked tough questions of the Ford administration. His job was to question power that's what the Fourth Estate does. Matt Lauer: Murrow says at the end of the movie. And I love the speech he gets at the Salute Dinner, but part of that speech is, when talking about television and its potential and its power. This instrument can teach can illuminate and yes it can even inspire. But it can do so only to the extent that humans are determined to use it towards those ends. Otherwise it is merely wires and lights in a box. Matt Lauer: Was that the real speech by the way? George Clooney: Every word of it, yeah, we use , we are very careful with this because of the way that people can marginalize uh... things. If you get one thing wrong now, people throw the whole thing out. (whole thing is going)So we double-sourced every scene, every single scene in the film happened and that was important to us. We had the people who are still alive: Don Hewitt, Joe and Shirley Wershba , M , Those're the ones who are still around. On the set and we'd say tell us what we got wrong , tell us what we are doing wrong 'cause it was important not to get it wrong. Matt Lauer: So the message to journalists maybe do a better job, the messages to viewers and the general public hold your journalists to higher standards? George Clooney: Maybe , you know. I love when Morrow says, "The fault, dear Brutus, lies not in our stars, but in ourselves". (Right) This is about saying all power must always be checked, all power, by anyone, whoever is in charge. And the best people to do that is the press. Matt Lauer: The movie is uh obviously near and dear to you right now but your health has been in the headlines as well, you had a, I mean, a real bump-back spinal cord raging headache type situation. So how do you feel now?George Clooney: It's all fine now. Matt Lauer: Is it fine, completely fine? George Clooney: Sure. Oh , yeah it's good . (Yeah?...)Yeah. It's actually pretty good. It's not so bad . It's..Matt Lauer: You can hold you head this way rather than that. George Clooney: It's fine. Here, turn me away. Turn me. Matt Lauer: Yeah. You're right. yeah. Very scary?George Clooney: It was scarier when I didn't know what it was and I thought I was having aneurism, which our family, you know. Matt Lauer: And technically what it is now is? George Clooney: It's a spinal leak. Matt Lauer: I am not gonna let you go without congratulating you, because you are recently named to the very first list of uber sexuals, at what I would say you are straight , actually, which is , you know . . . George Clooney: Uber? Is that like a German sexual ? Is that what it is? Matt Lauer: As a ultra sexual. That is, it was you and Clinton, (right. )and Bono, (really? ) (in) good company , congratulations.George Clooney: I didn't know that. Matt Lauer: Yeah. You feel uber? George Clooney: Well, I'm just, I am excited about the after party. Matt Lauer: Yeah, beautiful lies. Good seeing you. All right, the movie is great. George Clooney: Thank you. Matt Lauer: Thank you so much.200807/44821清远妇幼保健院不孕不育大医院Script:We have seen some big swings on Wall Street in the last week or so, today, no different. Stephanie Elam is in New York to tell us about a down day for the market.Disappointing earnings from the Lights of DuPont and American Express dragged the Dow Industrials sharply lower, and the housing market continues to worry investors as the CEO of the nation’s largest mortgage lender says he doesn’t think the sector will recover until . Put all of that together, and you have a lot of red arrows. The Dow Industrials tumbled 226 points to close at 13720, the third biggest drop of the year. Then NASDAQ and Samp;P500 both slid nearly 2%. And this was the broad-based sell-off with declining issues swamping gainers by a seven to one margin. Among stocks on the move, Apple tumbled 6%. Iphone activations by ATamp;T came in weaker than expected during the first few days the Iphone went on sale. Investors fear it’s a sign Iphone sales may be disappointing as well. Let’s continue to talk about gadgets. TIVO is debuting a more wallet friendly version of its HD digital recorder. TIVO pioneered DVR technology, but cable providers have moved in ever since. And that had forced TIVO to make products which are more cost effective. The new machine costs about 300 dollars. That’s a significant price difference from the company’s other high-def machine. It costs 800 dollars. The new offering comes as TIVO tries to win over customers from the cable companies, which allow subscribers to rent DVR boxes on a monthly basis instead of paying an upfront fee. The new box provides 20 hours of HD recording time. And unlike the cable boxes, TIVO’s new HD DVR is capable of downloading movies from Amazon.com.But DVRs aren’t the only boxes in our entertainment centers these days, game consoles are filling our shelves as well. Whether it's Sony’s PS3, Microsoft’s X-BOX360 or Nintendo’s Wii. Gaming is big business. A new report bears this out. The market research firm NPD says sales of game consoles jumped 44% in the first half of the year to more than 6 billion dollars. But the consoles aren’t much used without the games. And game sales are up as well, they claim, climbed 24% to nearly 3 billion dollars. The big winner in all of this, Nintendo. Its Wii product / came out at the same time as the PS3. It costs far less than a PS3, but seems to have won the hearts of gamers who have embraced the concept of active gaming where your motions dictate the action on the screen. The same study we pointed to earlier says the Wii is the top home console and Nintendo’s DS is the best selling hand-held console. Running out a success, Nintendo’s games now dominate the market as well. In June, the top four game titles were all made by Nintendo. The most popular was Mario party 8. Can say I have played that one? That’s the latest business news from New York, I am Stephanie Elam.Notes:Mario: Mario is a game character created by Japanese game designer Shigeru Miyamoto and is the official mascot of Nintendo.Console: A game console is an interactive entertainment computer or electronic device that manipulates the display signal of a display device (a television, monitor, etc.) to display a game. 200807/44313food coma ------ 食物昏迷(指吃多了感到疲惫乏力)(俚语)英文释义(SLANG) A feeling of listless exhaustion after eating too much.例句My mom makes such delicious food that I always eat twice as much as normal at her house, and then fall into a food coma.我妈妈做的菜实在太好吃了,我在她家总是吃下平常两倍的饭量,结果陷入了食物昏迷的状态。 /201611/471219江门不育医院哪家好

广州番禺子宫肌瘤手术哪家医院最好广州白云哪家人流医院好点Matt Lauer: A new book explains why girls feel the pressure more than boys, it is called "stressed-out girls - helping them thrive in the age of pressure",the author is psychologist Roni Cohen-Sandler. Roni, good morning. Good to see you.Roni Cohen-Sandler: Thank you!Matt Lauer: I…I,I usually hate to start by saying, let me play devil's ad to keep it,(devil's advocate唱反调的人)/ Let me, let me play it for a second,(Sure.) when I was a kid, I thought it need to be good in soccer,in baseball,and to look good, and wear the right clothes,and be popular, and do well academically, so why is it harder for girls than boys ?Roni Cohen-Sandler: Well, it's true,it's true, Matt, that boys academically want to succeed just as much as girls,but there are two issues ,one is that girls face such more intense social pressures during middle school and high school. You know, they want to be seen as looking good ,and especially they have issues about body-image appearance that boys don't have. For example,girls that I spoke to, for this book,they told me about waking up early in the morning ,sometimes an hour or more,to blow dry their hair,to put make-up on,to make sure that their make-up wasn't too much or too little,and especially to pick out their out-fits,because they know that what they wear will say something very important about them.Matt Lauer: You've surveyed, I think, 3000 girls for this book, and you talk ( and some boys) , and some boys, you talk about the fact that girls tend to view their or experience their relationships in a different way than boys do, explain that.Roni Cohen-Sandler: Well, they care so much about their relationships. How their relationships are going well,( We're talking friendships here),every kind of relationship( right), um, their relationship with teachers, their relationship with parents, their relationships with their peers. And in fact, unless they feel like their relationships are going well, Matt ,they can't feel sucessful, boys are much more likely to slough it off, but for girls they go through their school day much differently, thinking about how their relationships are going.Matt Lauer:Th, this needs to feel extraordinary ,(Yes.)or to,to be extraordinary in so many different areas of their lives. More extraordinary than boys apparently they feel they have to be,how does that impact their personalities with that,the weight on their shoulder?Roni Cohen-Sandler: Well,they think that they have to be great in everything, and of course ,they have limitations. And when they have limitations ,they feel like they can't, they can't please people.They feel like they are just not good enough, that their best isn't good enough, and they end up feeling terrible about themselves, and sometimes they give up, they start feeling like they're hopeless and not trying this hard.Matt Lauer: Let's talk about some things that parents can do some signs and some advice(sure),look for signs of hidden stress, not obvious stress.Roni Cohen-Sandler: Right, the girls tend to keep their stress in ,because they want to please people.so ,you know, every ,every girl, for example, is going to be irritable and tired sometimes, but the key is if it becomes a pattern or she suddenly starts saying she hates school or complains about certain teachers, parents should really think about the fact that maybe something stressful is going on.Matt Lauer: Help create a sensible schedule, big peppy, that I think so many kids are over-scheduled ,(huge)you got to create downtime.Roni Cohen-Sandler: Absolutely,and parents need to be the voice of reason here, I suggest no more than once work per season, that they make sure that their daughters have at least one free period during the school day, and especially they have a couple of days after school. They just rest and relax, relax and rest, and have downtime .Matt Lauer: All right. So, and also help develop tangible goals, and I would imagine that wouldn't be: get straight-As,(no,um)or you've got to get 1600 on your SATs, what are tangible goals?Roni Cohen-Sandler: Tangible goals are: do your homework at night before you go to bed instead of trying to do it in the morning before a class or over your papers before you hand them in, so you don't make careless mistakes, or your textbooks again before you take a big test for example.Matt Lauer: Give it your best effort,but don't worry about the results as much.Roni Cohen-Sandler: Absolutely!Matt Lauer: That's good advice and the last one of course : don't be afraid to make mistakes.Roni Cohen-Sandler: For sure.Matt Lauer: Roni, thanks so much. Good to have you here.Roni Cohen-Sandler: Thanks for having me. 200807/44000US Joins Iran Nuclear Arms Talks For First Time美首次参与欧盟与伊朗核问题会谈  The ed States is joining, for the first time, nuclear negotiations between Iran and the European Union. The meeting, which also includes representatives from Britain, Germany, France, Russia and China, is taking place behind closed doors in Geneva's historic city hall. The high-powered delegation aims to persuade Iran to end its nuclear program. 美国首次参与了伊朗和欧盟之间有关核问题的会谈。这次会谈正在日内瓦举行,出席会谈的除了欧盟和美方的代表以外,还有英国、德国、法国、俄罗斯和中国方面的代表。这次高级别会谈的目的是要说伊朗终止其核项目。The Bush administration has sent the U.S. State Department's third ranking official, Undersecretary of State William Burns, to these talks. But it is downplaying his participation by stressing the envoy will only listen and not talk.  布什政府派遣美国国务院排名第三号的官员、国务次卿伯恩斯出席此次会谈。但是,为了把伯恩斯的出席显得低调,美方强调说,他此行只是听取各方的意见,不会发表看法。But political pundits see this as a significant policy shift. Until now, Washington had refused to meet face-to-face with Iran on the nuclear issue, unless it first stopped its uranium enrichment program.  不过,政治人士说,派遣伯恩斯到日内瓦出席会谈,是美国的一个重大政策转变。此前,美方一直表示,在伊朗终止其铀浓缩核项目之前,不会与其面对面地谈判。Daniel Warner is Director of the Center for International Governance at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva. He tells VOA this may indeed indicate a tremendous shift in U.S. policy. 丹尼尔.沃尔纳是设在日内瓦的国际与发展问题研究所国际政治中心的负责人。他表示,美国国务次卿亲自参加有关伊朗核问题的会谈,的确标志著美国政策的一个重大转变。He says there are different forces within the government that have different opinions about what should be done about Iran. He says Burns' presence at the meeting indicates a victory for one of those groups. 他说,美国政府内部有不同的派系,各个派系之间在如何处理伊朗问题上,有著不同的看法。伯恩斯此次出席日内瓦会谈,标志著其中一个派系的胜利。"It seems to me that in the administration, there are those who want to negotiate with Iran and there are those who want to be more radical in their attitude. Perhaps, we are also seeing what is used in diplomacy. It is called the good guy and bad guy philosophy. We threaten that we are going to do something and at the same time we offer a fig leaf for negotiations. And, I think this is what we are seeing now," he said. 他说:“在我看来,在白宫内部,有要与伊朗协商的,也有要在这个问题上采取更加激进立场的。或者也许,眼下发生的是外交界的惯用手段,也就是说,有扮演红脸的,有扮演白脸的,一方面威胁说要怎么怎么样,而与此同时又为协商打掩护。我想这大概可以解释眼下的情形。”The ed States accuses Iran of developing a nuclear weapons program. Iran denies this. It claims its program is for peaceful purposes and as a signatory to the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, it has the right to pursue this option. 美国指控伊朗发展核武器项目,但伊朗加以否认,称它的核项目是用于和平目的。伊朗还表示,作为核不扩散条约的签约国,伊朗有权发展核项目。Tensions have increased since Iran test-fired missiles in the Persian Gulf last week, pushing oil prices to an all time high. This is putting greater pressure on all sides to try to reach an agreement to the nuclear standoff.  伊朗上星期在波斯湾试射导弹导致紧张局势升级,石油价格再创历史新高。这给各方施加了更大压力,要为打破核僵局试图达成一项协议。Iran says it is looking for constructive talks on its country's nuclear program, but it warns it will not bow to any threats during the negotiations. 伊朗说,希望就其核项目举行建设性会谈,但是伊朗警告说,在谈判期间不会向任何威胁低头。Daniel Warner says the tit-for-tat exchange between Washington and Tehran should not be taken too seriously.  丹尼尔.沃尔纳说,不必把华盛顿和德黑兰之间针锋相对的言论太当回事。"Much of this is posturing for the general public, which is something that happens for all negotiations. It does seem to me that there is compromise, certainly if the International Atomic Energy Agency is involved with some kind of control, some kind of looking exactly what the nuclear program is being used for. So, it does seem to me that there are ways of getting out of some kind of a military confrontation," he said. 他说:“其中大部分是做姿态给公众看,在所有的谈判中都会出现这种现象。就我观察会有妥协,特别是如果国际原子能机构以某种控制力参与谈判,看看伊朗的核项目到底用来作什么具体用途。因此我认为,不会出现某种形式的军事对峙。”Warner was alluding to discussions Undersecretary of State Burns had with the head of the IAEA before coming to Geneva. Warner believes Burns wanted to get confirmation that U.N. inspectors would agree to go into Iran to check out its nuclear program.  沃尔纳指的是美国国务次卿伯恩斯在赴日内瓦之前跟国际原子能机构领导人举行的会谈。沃尔纳认为,伯恩斯希望实,联合国监察人员同意进入伊朗核查其核项目。Last month, the Western powers offered Iran a package of economic and diplomatic incentives in return for freezing its uranium enrichment program. Negotiators at the meeting Saturday will seek a response to this proposal. 西方大国上个月提议,给伊朗提供一揽子经济与外交好处,以换取伊朗冻结其铀浓缩项目。在今天的会议上,谈判代表将要求伊朗就此建议做出回应。200807/44420广州计划生育专科医院生殖科怎么样好不好3 包装特点3句英文任你选Our packing is in Chinese national style , and suitable for display in super-market.我们的包装具有中国民族风格,适于在超级市场陈列。As for inner packing , we use a beautifully designed gift box, and youll find them ideal for gift presenting.至于内包装,我们采用设计漂亮的礼品盒,您会发现用于礼品赠送时它们十分理想。This new packaging for our products appeals strongly to consumers.这种新的产品包装对于消费者有很强的吸引力。半个句型要记牢be suitable for (适合于……)Tip:be suitable for意思是;适合于,合适的如 books suitable for children (适合儿童阅读的书籍)另外还可与 to连用,构成be suitable to do sth. (适合做某事)。如 He is suitable to do the job. (他适合做这个工作。) /201604/434123广州什么医院精液检查最好

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