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哈尔滨道里区看妇科价格哈尔滨哪家医院打胎最便宜黑龙江省哈尔滨妇幼保健医院费用 即学即用英语会话词典C部分:不明白 即学即用英语会话词典文本下载即学即用英语会话词典这部词典着眼日常生活、学习、工作等语言环境,囊括了当今美国最最简洁、最地道的日常口语表达方式。本词典获得2002年全国优秀畅销书奖 /200706/15071Thank you so much, everybody. Thank you. Thank you very much. Everybody please have a seat. Thank you. Well, good evening, everybody. On behalf of Michelle and myself, welcome to the White House. Over the past eight years, this has always been one of our favorite nights. And this year, I was especially looking forward to seeing how Joe Walsh cleans up – pretty good. I want to begin by once again thanking everybody who makes this wonderful evening possible, including David Rubenstein, the Kennedy Center Trustees – Im getting a big echo back there – and the Kennedy Center President, Deborah Rutter. Give them a big round of applause. We have some outstanding members of Congress here tonight. And we are honored also to have Vicki Kennedy and three of President Kennedys grandchildren with us here – Rose, Tatiana, and Jack. So the arts have always been part of life at the White House, because the arts are always central to American life. And thats why, over the past eight years, Michelle and I have invited some of the best writers and musicians, actors, dancers to share their gifts with the American people, and to help tell the story of who we are, and to inspire whats best in all of us. Along the way, weve enjoyed some unbelievable performances – this is one of the perks of the job that I will miss. Thanks to Michelles efforts, weve brought the arts to more young people – from hosting workshops where they learn firsthand from accomplished artists, to bringing ;Hamilton; to students who wouldnt normally get a ticket to Broadway. And on behalf of all of us, I want to say thanks to my wife for having done simply – (applause) – yes. And shes always looked really good doing it. She does. This is part of how weve tried to honor the legacy of President and Mrs. Kennedy. They understood just how vital art is to our democracy – that we need song and cinema and paintings and performance to help us challenge our assumptions, to question the way things are, and maybe inspire us to think about how things might be. The arts help us celebrate our triumphs, but also holds up a mirror to our flaws. And all of that deepens our understanding of the human condition. It helps us to see ourselves in each other. It helps to bind us together as a people. As President Kennedy once said, ;In serving his vision of the truth, the artist best serves his nation.; Tonight, we honor five amazing artists who have dedicated their lives to telling their truth, and helping us to see our own. At eight years old, Mavis Staples climbed onto a chair in church, leaned into the microphone, raised her eyes upwards and belted out the gospel. When people heard that deep, old soul coming out of that little girl, they wept – which, understandably, concerned her. But her mother told her, ;Mavis, theyre happy. Your singing makes them cry happy tears.;201612/484337黑龙江省哈尔滨第三人民医院挂号预约

哈尔滨做人流哪里便宜又安全1 Differences in Culture and CustomsOne You must have been here a long time aly.你肯定在这里等了很久了。 1 Introduction A Being on time is considered good manners. It’s not polite to be late for classes, meetings, or appointments. When we do business with foreigners, make sure not to be late. Foreigners keep punctual time. Punctuality can greatly increase your credibility, too.准时被看作是很有礼貌。上课、开会或者约会迟到是很不礼貌的。当我们和老外做生意时,务必不要迟到。外国人很守时。守时作风也可以大大地提高你的信誉度。B In America, it’s impolite to call someone’s home very early in the morning or very late at night unless there is an emergency. For example, 8 A.M. is considered too early and 10 P.M. is considered too late. Especially on weekends, many people like to stay up late and get up late. So make sure not to disturb people who may be resting or sleeping.在美国,除非有紧急情况,早上很早或者晚上很晚打电话到别人家是很不礼貌的。举例来说,早上八点就被认为是很早,晚上十点就被认为是很晚了。尤其在周末,许多人喜欢晚睡晚起。所以确定不要打扰他人休息或睡觉。 2 Sample Sentences1. She was here a moment ago.她刚才还在这。2. Don’t worry, your father will come back after a while.别担心, 你爸爸一会就回来。3. The rent should be paid in advance.房租要预先付。4. We must hurry up if we want to be there on time.如果想准时到那里的话,我们就必须动作快点。5. I wish I could stay here another month.我真希望我还能在这里再呆一个月。6. I think I can have it done in a couple of hours.我想几个小时之内我就可以做好。7. Do you rent the camera by the hour or by the day?你的照相机出租是按小时算,还是按天数算?8. I was five minutes late for work this morning.今天早上我上班迟到五分钟。9. Your watch is ten minutes ahead of time and you’re still late.你的手表快了十分钟,而你还是迟到了。10. He always leaves work at six on the dot. 他六点钟总是准时下班。 3 Conversations1.A Chinese girl is caught at the subway station by heavy rain. She is supposed to meet her friend, Hans, in the lobby of the Garden Hotel at 11:00 A.M., but she doesn’t have a watch, so she decides to ask a man for the time.Girl: Excuse me, Sir, do you know what time it is?Man: Oh, it’s almost eleven twenty. Girl: Thank you.Man: You’re welcome. The rain is quite heavy, isn’t it?Girl: Yeah. I was in a hurry and I forgot my umbrella today.Man: I have one. We could share it. Which way are you going?Girl: Oh, that’s very kind of you. I am going to the Garden Hotel.Man: I am going there, too. We can walk together.Girl: Sure.Helpful Information: Time and weather is the topic that two strangers often begin a conversation. Usually people begin to know each other by this way. 时间和天气,是两个陌生人之间常开始谈论的话题。人们通常是这样开始互相认识。——对不起,先生,你知道几点了吗?——噢,快十一点二十分了。——谢谢。——没关系。这雨可下得真大,不是吗?——是啊。今天我匆匆忙忙忘了带伞。——我有伞,我们可以共用。你往哪边走?——噢,那太好了。我去花园酒店。——我也去那里。我们可以一起走。——当然。2. In the lobby. Hans: Hi, Cindy. I thought I’d missed you.Girl: Oh, I am very sorry, Hans. Thank you for waiting for me. You must have been here a long time aly. Hans: It’s all right.Girl: I was caught in the heavy rain, or I would have come earlier. I am sorry I kept you waiting.Hans: I was in a comfortable place, so really, it’s no problem. I am happy to see you. Did the rain hold you up1 long?Girl: Yes. When I came out of the subway, it was raining cats and dogs. And I forgot my umbrella. So I had to wait for the rain to let up2.Hans: I totally understand.Helpful Information:Things don’t often happen the way we expect. We may miss a lot of important things in life, but we shouldn’t miss the understanding of one another.很多时候事情都不会按照我们想象的发展。生命中我们可能错过很多重要的东西,但是我们不应该错过相互的理解。——嗨,辛迪。我以为我错过你了。——噢,真对不起,汉斯。谢谢你等我。你一定在这里等了很久了。——没关系。——我赶上下雨了,不然我会早一点到。很抱歉,让你久等了。——我等的地方很舒适,真的,没关系的。我很高兴见到你。你被雨碍了很长时间吗?——是啊。我从地铁站一出来,就下着倾盆大雨。而我忘了带伞。所以我只好等雨小一点。——我完全理解。3. Gary and Evelyn are boyfriend and girlfriend. They’re going to see a movie together on campus. They’re supposed to meet in front of the theater at five to seven, five minutes before the movie starts. And now it’s seven o’clock and Gary still hasn’t appeared. She decides to look for him at his apartment. (Evelyn is knocking the door.)Gary: Come in, come in!Evelyn: Hi, Gary, what happened? I was waiting for you at the theater. Why didn’t you meet me there?Gary: I thought we were supposed to meet HERE.Evelyn: Don’t you know our movie starts at seven? And we were going to meet at the theater at five to seven. Then it doesn’t make sense3 to meet at the apartment.Gary: I’m sorry. We must have misunderstood each other.Evelyn: Why don’t you try to be clearer about your intentions4?Gary: You’re right. I am sorry. Let’s go and watch the movie.Evelyn: It’s okay. I don’t want to go now. We’ve aly missed ten minutes of the movie. I don’t want to see a movie without watching the beginning.——进来,进来!——嗨,加里,发生了什么事?我在电影院等你。你为什么没去那里和我碰面呢?——我原以为我们说好了在这里见面。——你难道不知道我们的电影七点开始吗?而且我们又打算七点差五分在电影院见面。那在公寓见面就没有道理了嘛。——对不起。我们肯定是相互误解了。——你的意图为什么就不想清楚一点呢?——你说得对。对不起。我们去看电影吧。——没关系。现在我不想走了。我们都已经错过十分钟的电影了。我不想看电影不看开头。4. Sorry I’m late.A high-school student from Brazil is visiting several American universities5 with her parents. They are waiting to see the dean of a small college in Maine.Father: I see youve brought something to occupy your time while we wait. Good. We may be here a long time.Isabel: Yes, Papa. I brought the catalog6 for the next college were going to visit--the one in New Hampshire.Mother: Maybe we wont have to wait long. Weve only been here fifteen minutes.Isabel: Im not used to the way they treat time here. They wouldnt see me at that place in Massachusetts yesterday. I missed the appointment because I was forty-five minutes late. Thats no time at all back in Brazil.Father: It’s just that North Americans pay more attention to exact times. Theyre very punctual7 people.Mother: I think that if youre more than thirty minutes late, you have to apologize and explain what delayed you.Father: Our appointment with this dean is for three-fifteen. My watch says three-thirty. Im sure we’re not late.(The dean comes out of his office.)Dean: Isabel? Come in. Sorry I kept you waiting. Were running a little behind schedule8 today.——我知道你带了一些东西过来,在我们等的时候来打发你的时间。这样好。我们可能要在这里呆很长时间。——是啊,爸爸。我把我们将要去的下一个学院的目录表带来了-在新罕布什尔的那个。——也许我们不要等很久。我们到这里才十五分钟。——我不习惯他们这里这样对待时间。昨天在马萨诸塞州那个地方他们就不会见我。就因为我迟了四十五分钟,我连面试都错过了。在巴西,这点时间根本就不算什么。——美国北方人就是更注重时间的准确性。他们很守时。——我想如果你迟到超过三十分钟,你就得道歉并且解释是什么延误了你。——我们和这位系主任的约面时间是三点十五分。我的手表是三点半。我想我们没迟到。(系主任从他的办公室出来。)——伊莎贝尔?请进。对不起让你久等了。今天我们比预计时间晚了一点。 4 Words and Expression1. hold up 阻碍,拦截2. let up 减少,暂停,减缓3. make sense 使人懂,合理4. intention 意图,意向,目的 5. university 大寝室,团体寝室6. catalog 目录;目录册,目录簿7. punctual 严守时刻的;准时的8. behind schedule 落后于预计时间 /200603/5407哈尔滨阴道炎治疗费用 /200703/10805黑河市人流多少钱

哈尔滨医院检查妇科即学即用英语会话词典B部分:打电话遇到困难 即学即用英语会话词典文本下载即学即用英语会话词典这部词典着眼日常生活、学习、工作等语言环境,囊括了当今美国最最简洁、最地道的日常口语表达方式。本词典获得2002年全国优秀畅销书奖 /200706/14999 Good afternoon. Today, the Federal Open Market Committee decided to maintain the target range for the federal funds rate at #188; to #189; percent. Our decision to keep this accommodative policy stance reflects both our assessment of the economic outlook and the risks associated with that outlook. The Committees baseline expectations for economic activity, the labor market, and inflation have not changed much since December: With appropriate monetary policy, we continue to expect moderate economic growth, further labor market improvement, and a return of inflation to our 2 percent objective in two to three years. However, global economic and financial developments continue to pose risks. Against this backdrop, the Committee judged it prudent to maintain the current policy stance at todays meeting. I will come back to our policy decision momentarily, but first, let me review recent economic developments and the outlook.The labor market continues to strengthen. Over the most recent three months, job gains averaged nearly 230,000 per month, similar to the pace experienced over the past year. The unemployment rate was 4.9 percent in the first two months of the year, about in line with the median of FOMC participants estimates of its longer-run normal level. A broader measure of unemployment that includes individuals who want and are available to work but have not actively searched recently and people who are working part time but would rather work full-time has continued to improve. Of note, the labor force participation rate has turned up noticeably since the fall, with more people working or actively looking for work as the prospects for finding jobs have improved. But there is still room for improvement: Involuntary part-time employment remains somewhat elevated, and wage growth has yet to show a sustained pickup.The improvement in employment conditions so far this year has occurred as economic growth appears to have picked up from the modest pace seen in the fourth quarter of last year. Household spending is expanding at a moderate rate, supported by continued job gains and increases in inflation-adjusted incomes. In contrast, business investment has been weak, in part reflecting further reductions in oil drilling as a result of low oil prices. Net exports also remain soft as a consequence of subdued foreign growth and the earlier appreciation of the dollar. Looking ahead, the Committee expects that, with gradual adjustments in the stance of monetary policy, economic activity will continue to expand at a moderate pace and labor market indicators will continue to strengthen.Ongoing economic growth and additional strengthening in labor market conditions are important factors underpinning the inflation outlook. Overall consumer price inflation – as measured by the price index for personal consumption expenditures – stepped up to 1#188; percent over the 12 months ending in January, as the sharp decline in energy prices around the end of 2014 dropped out of the year-over-year figures. Core inflation, which excludes energy and food prices, has also picked up, although it remains to be seen if this firming will be sustained. In particular, the earlier declines in energy prices and appreciation of the dollar could well continue to weigh on overall consumer prices. But once these transitory influences fade and as the labor market strengthens further, the Committee expects inflation to rise to 2 percent over the next two to three years.The Committees inflation outlook rests importantly on its judgment that longer-run inflation expectations remain reasonably well anchored. However, the stability of longer-run inflation expectations cannot be taken for granted. Survey-based measures of longer-run inflation expectations are little changed, on balance, in recent months, although some remain near historically low levels. Market-based measures of inflation compensation also remain low. Movements in these indicators reflect many factors and therefore may not provide an accurate ing on changes in the inflation expectations that are most relevant for wage and price setting. Nonetheless, our statement continues to emphasize that, in considering future policy decisions, we will carefully monitor actual and expected progress toward our inflation goal.This general assessment of the outlook is reflected in the individual economic projections submitted for this meeting by FOMC participants. As always, each participants projections are conditioned on his or own – his or her own view of appropriate monetary policy, which, in turn, depends on each persons assessment of the multitude of factors that shape the outlook. Participants projections for growth of inflation-adjusted gross domestic product or GDP are just a touch lower than the projections made in conjunction with the December FOMC meeting. The median growth projection edges down from 2.2 percent this year to 2 percent in 2018, in line with its estimated longer-run rate. The median projection for the unemployment rate falls from 4.7 at the end of this year to 4.5 percent at the end of 2018, somewhat below the median assessment of the longer-run normal unemployment rate. The median path of the unemployment rate is a little lower than in December, in part reflecting a slightly lower median estimate of the longer-run normal unemployment rate. Finally, with the transitory factors holding down inflation expected to abate and labor market conditions anticipated to strengthen further, the median inflation projection rises from 1.2 percent this year to 1.9 percent next year and 2 percent in 2018. The median inflation projection for this year is a little lower than in December, but thereafter the median projections are unchanged.Since the turn of the year, concerns about global economic prospects have led to increased financial market volatility and somewhat tighter financial conditions in the ed States, although financial conditions have improved notably more recently. In addition, economic growth abroad appears to be running at a somewhat softer pace than previously expected. These unanticipated developments, however, have not resulted in material changes to the Committees baseline outlook. One reason for this is that market expectations for the path of policy interest rates have moved down, and the accompanying decline in longer-term interest rates should help cushion any possible adverse effects on domestic economic activity. Indeed, while stock prices have fallen slightly since the December meeting and sps of investment-grade corporate bond yields over those on comparable-maturity Treasury securities have risen, mortgage rates and corporate borrowing costs have moved lower. Of course, the Committee will continue to monitor these developments closely and will adjust the stance of monetary policy as needed to foster our goals of maximum employment and 2 percent inflation.Returning to monetary policy, as I noted earlier, the Committee decided to maintain its target range for the federal funds rate. This decision partly reflects the implications for the U.S. economy of the global economic and financial developments I just mentioned. In addition, proceeding cautiously in removing policy accommodation at this time will allow us to verify that the labor market is continuing to strengthen despite the risks from abroad. Such caution is appropriate given that short-term interest rates are still near zero, which means that monetary policy has greater scope to respond to upside than to downside changes in the outlook.As we indicated in our statement, ;the Committee expects that economic conditions will evolve in a manner that will warrant only gradual increases in the federal funds rate; the federal funds rate is likely to remain, for some time, below levels that are expected to prevail in the longer run.; This expectation is consistent with the view that the neutral nominal federal funds rate – defined as the value of the federal funds rate that would be neither expansionary nor contractionary if the economy was operating near potential – is currently low by historical standards and is likely to rise only gradually over time. The low level of the neutral federal funds rate may be partially attributable to a range of persistent economic headwinds that weigh on aggregate demand, including developments abroad, a subdued pace of household formation, and meager productivity growth. There is considerable uncertainty regarding the evolution of the neutral funds rate over time. However, if these headwinds abate, as we expect, the neutral federal funds rate should gradually move higher as well.This view is implicitly reflected in participants projections of appropriate monetary policy. The median projection for the federal funds rate rises only gradually to 0.9 percent late this year and 1.9 percent next year. As the factors restraining economic growth are projected to fade further over time, the median rate rises to 3 percent by the end of 2018, close to its longer-run normal level. Compared with the projections made in December, the median path is about #189; percentage point lower this year and next; the median longer-run normal federal funds rate has been revised down as well. In other words, most Committee participants now expect that achieving economic outcomes similar to those anticipated in December will likely require a somewhat lower path for policy interest rates than foreseen at that time.I would like to underscore, however, that the participants projections for the federal funds rate, including the median path, are not a ;plan; for future policy. Policy is not on a preset course. These forecasts represent participants individual assessments of what appropriate policy would be given each persons own current projections of the most likely outcomes for economic growth, employment, inflation, and other factors. However, considerable uncertainty attaches to each participants forecasts of economic outcomes. Hence, their assessments of appropriate policy are also uncertain and will change in response to adjustments to the economic outlook and associated risks, as was the case between December and now.Also, it is important to note that the Committee makes its decisions on a meeting-by-meeting basis and does not and need not decide on a likely future path for the federal funds rate. Indeed, the future path of policy is necessarily uncertain because the economy will surely evolve in unexpected ways. As we note in our statement, ;the actual path of the federal funds rate will depend on the economic outlook as informed by incoming data.;Finally, the Committee will continue its policy of reinvesting proceeds from maturing Treasury securities and principal payments from agency debt and mortgage-backed securities. As highlighted in our policy statement, we anticipate continuing this policy ;until normalization of the level of the federal funds rate is well under way.; Maintaining our sizable holdings of longer-term securities should help maintain accommodative financial conditions and should reduce the risk that we might have to lower the federal funds rate to zero in the event of a future large adverse shock.Thank you.201604/435863哈尔滨超导可视打胎大概要多少钱哈尔滨市第一医院医生电话



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