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哈尔滨治宫颈糜烂哪些医院好哈尔滨医科大学附属第一医院 预约四维彩超南岗区引产哪家医院最好的 5 下订单3句英文任你选If your price is favorable, we can book an order right away.如果你方价格优惠,我们可以马上订货。OK, I will order the goods now.好的,我们现在就订货。Im y to place an order with you.我准备向你方订货。半个句型要记牢place an order with sb.(向某人下订单)Tip:订货还可以说give an order for/ put in an order/ make an order/pass an order/ order from。订单又分为 formal order(正式订单), limited order(有限订单), market order (按行情订购), original order (原始订单), open order (开口订单) , export order(出口订单), import order (进口订单), verbal order (口头订单)。买方询问可说, Can you accept this order? (你接受这份订单吗?) /201604/434104Rice: Israeli Settlements Have 'Negative Effect' on Peace Talks赖斯努力促以巴和平进程重回正轨  America's top diplomat is in the Middle East trying to get the peace process back on track. 美国国务卿赖斯正在中东访问,试图推动中东和平进程重回轨道。Israeli settlement expansion topped the agenda as Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice met separately with Israeli and Palestinian leaders. Rice used exceptionally harsh language to condemn Israel's announcement on Friday that it plans to build 1,300 new homes in disputed East Jerusalem, on land the Palestinians claim for their future capital. 在美国国务卿赖斯跟以色列和巴勒斯坦领导人分别举行会谈时,以色列扩大定居点的问题是主要议程。赖斯使用不同寻常的严厉措辞指责以色列星期五宣布的准备在有争议的东耶路撒冷建造1千3百个新住房的计划。巴勒斯坦人把东耶路撒冷称作他们未来的首都。"I do believe and the ed States believes that the actions and the announcements that are taking place are indeed having a negative effect on the atmosphere for negotiation," said Condoleezza Rice. "And that is not what we want. We should be in a position of encouraging confidence, not undermining it." 赖斯说:“我确信,美国认为这种行动和宣布对谈判的气氛造成负面影响。这不是我们想要的。我们应当立足于鼓励建立信心,而不是破坏它。”Rice spoke at a news conference with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank town of Ramallah.  赖斯是在西岸城市拉马拉跟巴勒斯坦领导人阿巴斯举行记者会时讲这番话的。"We believe that settlement is the highest hurdle on the road of our political endeavors," said Mahmoud Abbas. "With the continued expansion and building of settlements the more tough the hurdle would become."  阿巴斯说:“我们认为定居点问题是我们为之奋斗的政治道路上的最大障碍。随着定居点建设的继续扩大,障碍也日益增大。”Israel says it has the right to build anywhere in Jerusalem because it will remain the capital of the Jewish state in any final peace agreement.  以色列说,以色列有权在耶路撒冷任何地方建造定居点,因为在双方达成的最终协议中,耶路撒冷是以色列首都,这种地位不会改变。Despite the obstacles, Rice said both sides remain committed to the peace process. 尽管有这些障碍,赖斯表示以巴双方仍然致力于和平进程。"We are all devoted to and believe that it is possible to establish the agreement between the Palestinians and the Israelis for the establishment of a Palestinian state by the end of the year," said Mahmoud Abbas. 赖斯说:“我们都在努力,并相信,巴勒斯坦人和以色列为今年年底建立巴勒斯坦国达成协议是可能的。”But that goal is in doubt because in addition to the settlements, gaps are wide on core issues like Palestinian refugees and the status of Jerusalem.  不过,这个目标是否能够达到令人怀疑,因为除了定居点之外,在像巴勒斯坦难民和耶路撒冷地位的核心问题上仍然存在很大差距。Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is also embroiled in a corruption scandal that could force him to step down. In the meantime, Mr. Olmert is widely seen as too weak to close a peace deal involving major territorial concessions to the Palestinians. 以色列总理奥尔默特还跟一起腐败丑闻有牵连,这也许会迫使他下台。奥尔默特被广泛评价为过于软弱,从而无法达成一项牵涉到对巴勒斯坦人做出领土让步这类重大问题的协议。200806/42177道里区儿童医院咨询电话

哈尔滨市妇幼保健做彩超多少钱Medvedev Calls for Rule of Law in Russia俄罗斯当选总统呼吁人们尊重法治   In a long interview with Britain's Financial Times newspaper, Russia's President-elect Dmitri Medvedev shares his views about the country's economy, foreign policy and civil society. The next Kremlin leader is also calling for people in and out of the Russian government to respect the rule of law. 俄罗斯当选总统梅德韦杰夫接受英国金融时报的长篇采访时阐述了他对俄罗斯经济、外交政策和公民社会的观点。梅德韦杰夫还敦促俄罗斯政府内外的人尊重法治。Dmitry Medvedev told the Financial Times the challenge facing Russia is to translate its recent economic success into social programs, including housing, healthcare, and education.  梅德韦杰夫对金融时报说,俄罗斯面对的挑战是把最近的经济成功转化为社会项目,包括住房、保健和教育。Mr. Medvedev notes that Russia has more gold and currency reserves than ever to protect itself against fluctuations in global markets, though he acknowledges the country is not isolated from their complexities. 他指出,俄罗斯比以往任何时候拥有的黄金和货币储备都更多,这能保护俄罗斯抵御全球市场的波动。不过他承认,俄罗斯跟全球市场的复杂情况并不是绝缘的。The president-elect says Russia must suppress the inflationary surge which developed in its economy late last year. He says that surge resulted from the integration of Russia into the world economy, and represents a price of Russian membership in the club of global economic powers. 梅德韦杰夫说,俄罗斯必须遏制通货膨胀,从去年底俄罗斯经济中开始出现通货膨胀。他说,通货膨胀上升是俄罗斯融入世界经济的结果。这代表俄罗斯加入全球经济强国俱乐部的代价。The next Kremlin leader says he considers the prospect of Georgian and Ukrainian membership in NATO to be extremely troublesome for European security, but is not opposed to referenda in those countries to decide the issue. 这位克里姆林宫的下一位领导人说,他认为,格鲁吉亚和乌克兰加入北约的前景给欧洲安全带来非常多的麻烦。但是他不反对在那些国家举行全民公决,决定这个问题。He says the U.S. proposal to build a missile defense shield in Central Europe could also upset what he calls a "fragile balance of forces and facilities" in Europe, but adds that Moscow will consider recent American proposals to allay Russian concerns. 梅德韦杰夫说,美国建议在中欧建立导弹防御体系,这也可能破坏他所称的欧洲脆弱的力量平衡和设施平衡。但是他补充说,莫斯科将考虑最近美国提出的建议,这些建议是为了缓解俄罗斯的关切。On domestic issues, Mr. Medvedev acknowledged that Russians have a habit of violating the law, from ordinary people bribing police officers and buying pirated intellectual property to government officials who interfere in the decisions of court judges. He notes that President Putin's decision to step aside is unprecedented for a Russian leader, but consistent with the constitution. 在国内问题上,梅德韦杰夫承认俄罗斯人有违反法律的习惯,小到普通老百姓向警察行贿,购买盗版的知识产权,大到政府官员干预法官的决定。梅德韦杰夫指出,普京总统决定交出大权,这对俄罗斯领导人来说是前所未有的,但是这也是符合宪法的。Mr. Medvedev says Mr. Putin's move means that Russia is at last developing a tradition of respecting all constitutional and other legal procedures. 梅德韦捷夫说:“普京的行动意味着俄罗斯终于发展出尊重所有宪法和司法程序的传统。”Alexey Arbatov, a former member of parliament and a historian at the Russian Academy of Sciences, told VOA that Mr. Medvedev now has a chance to encourage the separation of powers to develop an independent Russian judiciary.  阿巴托夫是前任议会议员,他现在是俄罗斯科学院的历史学家。他说,梅德韦杰夫现在有机会鼓励权力分离,发展独立的俄罗斯司法体系。Regarding press freedom, Arbatov agrees with Mr. Medvedev's claim that the Internet gives Russians free access to information. But the analyst says television, which reaches the greatest number of Russians, is controlled by the state. 在新闻自由方面,阿巴托夫同意梅德韦杰夫的说法,即因特网给予俄罗斯人民自由获取信息的渠道。但是阿巴托夫说,吸引俄罗斯受众最多的媒体电视是国家控制的。Arbatov says all national TV channels remain under rather solid control of the executive branch. Programs, hosts, and managers, are all controlled, he says, as are the decisions of who to invite or not to invite as guests. 阿巴托夫说,所有全国性的电视频道仍然受到行政当局相当牢固的控制。他说,电视节目、主持人和管理人员都受到控制。节目邀请哪位嘉宾,不请哪位嘉宾的决定也受到控制。Referring to the office he is about to assume, Dmitry Medvedev told the Financial Times that the Russian president carries the greatest responsibility for the country's state of affairs. He adds that the job is not like a light that can be turned off with a switch. 梅德韦杰夫谈到他即将出任的总统一职时对金融时报说,俄罗斯总统在国家事务方面承担最大的责任。他又说,总统这个工作不像一盏灯,只要一拨开关就灭了。200803/32189黑龙江省社会康复医院能做人流吗 Top US General Says Afghan Violence Worsening驻阿北约部队总指挥呼吁增兵增钱  The top American military commander in Afghanistan says he needs more troops and economic aid as soon as possible for the battle against insurgents that is getting more violent.美国在阿富汗的最高指挥官说,他需要尽快得到更多的部队以及经济持,因为与叛乱分子间的战斗的暴力不断升级。General David McKiernan, the commander of NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan, told reporters at the Pentagon the security situation in the south and east of the country continues to deteriorate.在阿富汗的北约国际安全援助部队的总指挥麦基尔南将军在美国国防部告诉记者,阿富汗南部和东部的安全形势继续恶化。McKiernan says NATO forces are in a very tough fight against an insurgency that could get worse before it gets better. 麦基尔南说,北约部队在和叛乱分子进行艰难的战斗,局势在好转前可能会更加恶化。"We see an increased number of foreign fighters, increased levels of violence. People generally do not feel secure, do not have freedom of movement and so the additional military capabilities that have been asked for are needed as quickly as possible," he said.他说:“我们看到外国武装分子的数量日增,暴力活动不断升级。人们通常都没有安全感,没有行动的自由,所以要求的补充兵力必需尽快到位。”More than 220 coalition soldiers have been killed in 2008, making it the deadliest year for them in Afghanistan since the U.S.-led invasion in 2001 to oust the Taliban.2008年已有两百二十多名联军士兵遭到杀害,使得今年成为从2001年美国主导的联军在阿富汗推翻塔利班统治以来伤亡最严重的一年。McKiernan says he needs at least 10,000 more troops to fight the insurgents, in addition to another U.S. combat brigade that is scheduled to arrive in January.麦基尔南说,除了预定一月份抵达的一个美国战斗旅之外,他还需要至少一万人的增援部队,来对付叛乱分子。The general told reporters an increase in support in other areas is also needed.这位将军对记者说,其它方面也需要增加援。"It is not just a question about more soldiers. It is a question about more governance, about more economic aid, about more political assistance for the government of Afghanistan as well as military capabilities," said McKiernan. 他说:“这不仅是增兵问题。这个问题也涉及加强管理、增加经济援助、加强对阿富汗政府和军事力量的政治持。”U.S. officials say al-Qaida and Taliban fighters use Pakistan's tribal region to launch attacks inside Afghanistan.美国官员说,基地组织和塔利班武装人员利用巴基斯坦部落地区向阿富汗境内发动进攻。General McKiernan says he is encouraged by a recent Pakistani military operation that Islamabad says has killed at least 1,000 militants in the Bajaur tribal region along the Afghan border.巴基斯坦当局说,巴基斯坦在阿富汗边境线附近的巴焦尔部落地区开展的一次行动杀死了至少一千名激进分子。麦基尔南将军说,这次军事行动令他感到鼓舞。"I am encouraged by the military operations that the Pakistani Army and Frontier Corps have undertaken in places like Bajaur. We are watching those very closely to see if there is a cause and effect with the strength of the insurgency on the Afghan side of the border," added McKiernan. "We think that is a positive step that they are taking on those militant sanctuaries."他说:“巴基斯坦军队和边境武装团体在巴焦尔之类地点发动的军事行动使我大受鼓舞。我们正在密切注视这些行动和阿富汗那边的叛乱力量是否存在因果关系。我们认为,巴基斯坦方面对那些激进分子庇护地点采取的行动是积极的步骤。”Recently Afghanistan's Defense Minister, Abdul Rahim Wardak, proposed the creation of a joint military force to fight militants on both sides of the border with Pakistan.最近阿富汗国防部长瓦尔达克提议和巴基斯坦建立一联合军事力量,来向巴基斯坦与阿富汗边境两侧的激进分子作斗争。General McKiernan says he supports the proposal.麦基尔南将军说,他持这一提议。"It is a very open, porous border, but the idea of a combined security effort there with Pakistani military, Frontier Corpsmen, Afghan border police with ISAF coordinated along the border I think is a very powerful idea and certainly I would like to pursue that in the future," he said.他说:“这是一条敞开无阻又漏洞百出的边境,但是我认为巴基斯坦军队、边境武装团体、阿富汗边防警察在这边境地区与国际安全援部队协调一致行动是个强有力的主张,我肯定以后要继续这样做。”McKiernan says among the additional troops he is asking for, he is hoping to get units that will be able to fight the insurgents and serve as trainers for the Afghan Army and police.麦基尔南说,他希望他所要求的增援部队既能和叛乱力量作战、也能训练阿富汗军队和警察。200810/51424宾县中医院咨询专线

哈尔滨市传染病医院治疗不能怀孕KING: You've lived the life of a first lady of a state and a federal government. Would you want it for one of your daughters? L. BUSH: Sure, if they wanted it. I mean, the fact is, I'm the first lady because I happened to marry someone who ran for president and won. And I didn't run for the office. I'm here because he ran, and he wanted to run. As he said, you know, don't feel sorry for him; he's a volunteer; he volunteered for this job, and he ran for the office. I think that I have an unbelievable opportunity to see our country at its very, very best. And do I get to see it at its worst? Sure. But overwhelmingly, every opportunity that I have strengthens and encourages me because of the way the American people are. KING: So you wouldn't mind it if one of them had the same path?L. BUSH: Sure, no, I mean, why did you not suggest that one of them might run themselves? (LAUGHTER)KING: How about running? Would that bother you? L. BUSH: No, not at all. If they were interested in that, I think that'd be terrific. KING: Are you going to get involved in the 2006 elections? L. BUSH: Sure. KING: Are you going to campaign for...L. BUSH: Sure, absolutely, I'll be campaigning for our candidates. I've aly done some and have some more scheduled. KING: When I first met you there in Austin, you were not a fan of running for office. That was not your ball game. L. BUSH: Well, I know how hard it is. I do know how hard it is. And I had -- George and I had an advantage that most people, except John Quincy Adams, haven't had, and that is we had seen someone we loved in this job, and we knew what it was like, and we knew what we were getting into. Certainly, we didn't know how extremely difficult and challenging these years would be for our country because of September 11th. But on the other hand, we knew to expect the unexpected, that that's what happens. That's what has happened to every president...(CROSSTALK) KING: So you like getting out now? L. BUSH: So I do like it. I like it a lot. It's fun. KING: Do you have a favorite? L. BUSH: A favorite state or...KING: A favorite presidential...L. BUSH: ... or a favorite president?KING: Office, for the office in 2008. L. BUSH: Oh, in 2008. I thought you were talking about the 2006 elections. KING: Those governors and senators and congressmen, I don't know.L. BUSH: I'll be campaigning for them, and then we'll see what happens in 2008.200809/47883 尚志市人民医院预约电话哈尔滨治妇科病专科医院哪里好

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