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龙山街道妇女医院彩超检查好吗福州福清阳光妇科医院咨询福州市第一医院人流收费标准 Donald Trump waded into controversy again on Tuesday after suggesting that supporters of the Second Amendment could somehow block Hillary Clinton from appointing liberal justices to the Supreme Court, presumably by using their right to bear arms.唐纳#8226;特朗Donald Trump)周二再度引起争议,他暗示《美国宪法第二修正案the Second Amendment)的持者可以某种方式阻止希拉里#8226;克林Hillary Clinton)任命自由派法官进入美国最高法Supreme Court),比如利用他们的持权。“Hillary wants to abolish essentially abolish the Second Amendment,Mr Trump told the crowd. “If she gets to pick her judges, [there is] nothing you can do folks. Although [for] the Second Amendment people maybe there is, I don’t know. But I tell you what, that will be a horrible day if Hillary gets to put her judges [in].”特朗普向听他讲话的人群表示:“希拉里想废除——从根本上废除《第二修正案》。如果最后是她挑选法官,你们就没招了伙计们,尽管(持)《第二修正案》的人可能有招,我不清楚。但我得告诉你们,如果希拉里能够把她的法官弄进去,到时候将非常可怕。”Shortly after Mr Trump spoke, the New York billionaire’s campaign sent an email to reporters entitled “Trump Campaign Statement on Dishonest Movement alleging that Mr Trump had not been calling for gun owners to shoot Mrs Clinton or any justice that she might nominate. 就在特朗普发表上述讲话后不久,这位纽约亿万富翁的竞选团队向记者们发了一封电子邮件,标题是“特朗普竞选团队对不诚实活动的声明”,信中称特朗普并未呼吁拥有的人击希拉里或她可能提名的法官。“It’s called the power of unification Second Amendment people have amazing spirit and are tremendously unified, which gives them great political power,Jason Miller, Mr Trump’s senior communications adviser, said, clarifying Mr Trump’s comment. “And this year, they will be voting in record numbers, and it won’t be for Hillary Clinton, it will be for Donald Trump.”特朗普的高级沟通顾问贾#8226;米勒(Jason Miller)对特朗普的言论予以了澄清,他说:“这叫团结的力量——持《第二修正案》的人有了不起的精神、而且非常团结,这赋予了他们很大的政治力量。今年,他们的投票人数将创下记录,这些票不会投给希拉#8226;克林顿,而会投给唐纳#8226;特朗普。”Mr Trump’s comments came just one day after his campaign said he had managed to get his campaign back on track with a policy-heavy speech in Detroit where he laid out some of his key economic policy proposals, including lowering the corporate tax rate, and attempted to recalibrate his message after two weeks of falling poll numbers and a string of controversies, including a dispute with a Muslim-American military family.就在特朗普发表这番言论的一天前,其竞选团队刚刚表示,借助在底特律发表的侧重于政策的讲话,特朗普已成功让自己的竞选活动回归正轨。他在那次讲话中列出了他的一些关键经济政策提议,包括下调企业税率等。特朗普还努力调整了自己的一些论调,因为两周来他的民调持率一直在下滑、而且他还引发了一连串争议,包括与一个美国穆斯林军人家庭的争论。Yet his comments on Tuesday appeared to undo some of his efforts, with media attention again focusing on Mr Trump’s remark, which some Democrats and even some Republicans claimed amounted to a death threat.但他在周二发表的讲话似乎让他的一些努力做了无用功,媒体注意力再度集中在他的言论上,部分民主党人、甚至一些共和党人都声称他的上述言论无异于发出一种死亡威胁。“What Trump is saying is dangerous. A person seeking to be president of the ed States should not suggest violence in any way,Robby Mook, Mrs Clinton’s campaign manager, said.希拉里的竞选经理罗#8226;穆克(Robby Mook)表示:“特朗普的这些话很危险。一个想要成为美国总统的人无论如何都不应暗示采取暴力。”来 /201608/459840Remember Florida’s hanging chads? The bitterness in this year’s Democratic race has not yet hit a point where Bernie Sanders is threatening to run as a third-party candidate. But it is getting perilously close. If it had not been for Ralph Nader’s “spoiler candidacy Al Gore would almost certainly have won Florida in 2000 and become president instead of George W Bush.还记得佛罗里达的“悬空票”吗?今年民主党的大选角逐还没有到达伯尼#8226;桑德Bernie Sanders)威胁要以第三方候选人参选的地步。但事态已经几近发展到那种程度了。如果不是拉尔夫#8226;纳德(Ralph Nader)的“搅局参选”,阿尔#8226;戈尔(Al Gore)几乎肯定能够000年赢下佛罗里达州,由他而不是乔#8226;W#8226;布什(George W Bush)成为总统。Mr Sanders could do the same for Donald Trump. The Manhattan billionaire is urging the Vermont socialist to run as an independent in November. Hillary Clinton has rigged the system, says Mr Trump, which is robbing Mr Sanders of what is rightfully his. He should make Mrs Clinton pay the price in the general election.桑德斯可能为唐纳#8226;特朗Donald Trump)做同样的事情。身为曼哈顿亿万富翁的后者正力劝这位佛蒙特州的社会主义者在11月份以独立候选人的身份参选。特朗普表示,希拉里#8226;克林Hillary Clinton)操纵了整个系统,抢走了桑德斯理所应得的东西。桑德斯应该让希拉里在大选中付出代价。Could Mr Sanders be blind enough to fall for Mr Trump’s ruse? The answer is maybe. For evidence of that, look at the parallels between Mr Sanders and Mr Nader. The latter, who was then 66, ignored calls to drop out of the 2000 race from those who feared he would split the centre-left vote and hand victory to Mr Bush.桑德斯会不会盲目到落入特朗普的诡计之中呢?是有可胀?要找据的话,可以看一看桑德斯和纳德的相似之处。当6岁的纳德无视那些担心他会分流中间偏左选民的选票、结果让布什胜出的呼声,拒绝退000年的大选。Much like Mr Sanders, 74, he was a child of the 1960s protest culture that saw both political parties as offshoots of corporate America. “Tweedledum and Tweedledeewas how he put it. Mr Sanders only joined the Democratic party last year. He has spent most of his life as an independent socialist. Mr Nader spent most of his as a Green party environmentalist.和现4岁的桑德斯很像,纳德也是上世0年代抗议文化的产物,按照这种文化的观点,两大政党都是美国企业界的代表,用他的话来说是“半斤八两”。桑德斯去年才加入民主党,他的大半生都是作为独立的社会主义者度过的。而纳德则将大半生投入绿党环保主义者的事业。Most of all, however, they share a solipsistic mindset that owes more to the student protests of half a century ago than the calculations of 21st-century politics. That, of course, is part of their appeal, particularly to students. It is also a source of their stubbornness. The more Mrs Clinton’s crowd urges Mr Sanders to drop out, the likelier he is to dig in his heels. It could end badly.但最重要的是,他们都有一种唯我的心态,这种心态更多源于半个世纪前的学生抗议,而非21世纪政治的种种算计。当然,这正是他们两人的吸引力的一部分,尤其是对学生而言。这也是造成他们两人的执着的一个原因。希拉里阵营越是力劝桑德斯退出大选,他就越有可能拒不退出。这可能会造成不好的结果。The similarities do not end there. Mrs Clinton’s detractors seem to believe she is a uniquely wooden candidate with a frustrating inability to come up with a memorable campaign theme.事情的相似之处到这里还未结束。希拉里的批评者似乎认为她是一个特别呆板的候选人,令人沮丧地拿不出一个有号召力的竞选主题。Her political skills are indeed woeful. If full-time politicos are unable to define what Mrs Clinton stands for, the distracted swing voter does not stand a chance. But she is only following in Mr Gore’s footsteps. Remember his theme of “the people against the powerful?Neither do I. The then vice-president’s belated attempt to present himself as an insurgent against the status quo foreshadowed Mrs Clinton’s -quandary precisely. It is hard to run against an unfair society when you have played a leading role in its administration over the previous eight years. It can even be paralysing. As Mrs Clinton is discovering, it is even tougher when the climate is so poisonously anti-establishment.她的政治技能的确很糟糕。如果连全职的政治人士都无法界定希拉里的立场,注意力分散的摇摆选民就更没有机会了。但希拉里只是步了戈尔的后尘。还记得戈尔的竞选主题“人民对抗强权”吗?我也不记得。当年,时任副总统的戈尔姗姗来迟地试图把自己包装成对抗现状的反抗者,这预示了希拉里的窘境。如果你在此前的8年在国家的行政当局担任要职,你很难针对一个不公的社会发起竞选。这种情况甚至可能让人无法行动。就像希拉里逐渐发现的,当政治气候如此毒化地反体制时,事情就更加困难了。This is where Mr Sanderscomplaints could become toxic. In reality, there is nothing rigged about the Democratic contest. If anything, the high number of caucuses that favour candidates with narrowly ardent bases such as Mr Sandershas artificially boosted his delegate tally. At the moment Mrs Clinton leads him by nearly 300 pledged delegates. If her share of the votes were proportionately translated, she would have aly crossed the victory line.这正是奥桑德斯的抱怨可能产生毒害的地方。实际上,民主党总统候选人提名过程中没有任何操纵行为。如果说有任何异常的话,那也是持桑德斯这样拥有狭窄而又死硬的选民基础的候选人的大量党团会议,人为地提升了他的选举人票。此刻,希拉里领先桑德斯00张选举人票。如果按比例计算希拉里获得的选票份额,她应该早已越过了胜利的终点线。Nor does Mr Sanderscomplaint about the role of super delegates hold much water. The party’s rules give roughly a fifth of all votes to Democratic bigwigs senators, governors, party chairs and the like. Given that Mr Sanders is barely even a Democrat it is hardly surprising most prefer Mrs Clinton.桑德斯对于超级代表角色的抱怨也站不住脚。民主党规定将所有选票的约五分之一给予党内大佬——参议员、州长、党主席等。考虑到桑德斯勉强算是一名民主党员,多数人更喜欢希拉里不足为奇。If he were leading in either the popular vote, or in pledged delegates, they would be under pressure to switch their support to him, as they did for Barack Obama in 2008, when the front-runner’s lead was far smaller. But Mr Sanders is not ahead on either count. He would need to win 90 per cent of the delegates in the remaining eight primaries over the next three weeks to overtake Mrs Clinton. It is not going to happen.如果桑德斯能在民众投票或者选举人票这两项之一取得领先,超级代表们将在压力之下转而持他,就像他们在2008年为巴拉#8226;奥巴Barack Obama)所做的那样,当时领先者的优势要小得多。但是桑德斯在这两方面都不处于领先。在接下来的3周里,他需要在剩下场初选中赢得90%的选举人票,才能超过希拉里。这是不可能的。So why is Mr Sanders upping the ante now? Last week, his supporters did a good imitation of Mr Trump’s when they hurled insults and furniture at the allegedly rigged Democratic process in Nevada. The meeting descended into chaos.那么,桑德斯为何现在加大赌注?上周,桑德斯的持者们出色地模仿了一次特朗普,他们在内华达州向据称纵了的民主党投票过程进行挑衅并投掷家具,使会议陷入混乱。Mr Sanderscondemnation of the violence was halfhearted. His campaign issued a statement saying “millions of Americans have growing doubts about the Clinton campaign That observation was true enough. But these were not the sentiments of a candidate preparing to bow out graciously. Nor does it seem likely Mr Sanders will be placated by having some of his policies support for a universal healthcare system, say, or campaign finance reform added to the Democratic platform at the Philadelphia convention in July. Everyone knows the platform is forgotten the moment it is written.桑德斯对此次暴力行为的谴责是半心半意的。他的竞选团队发表了一份声明,称“数以百万计的美国人越来越质疑希拉里的竞选活动”。这个结论没错。但这并非一位准备优雅退出的候选人应有的情绪。桑德斯也不大可能以另一种方式自愿让路:月费城会议上把他的某些政策——比如,持全民医疗体系或者竞选融资改革——纳入民主党的政纲。所有人都知道,政纲在写就之后就会被遗忘。How about a prime speaking role? That, too, would be seen as a bagatelle. Besides, Mr Sanders is having the time of his life addressing adoring crowds of 20,000. He sees no reason to stop now. Nor do his core supporters.给他一个抛头露面的美差会怎么样?那也将被视为无足轻重。此外,在竞选集会上万名崇拜的群众发表演讲,堪称桑德斯的人生高潮,他得意得很,看不到有任何理由现在停下。他的核心持者也没有理由停下。Oddly enough, some of his celebrity backers, such as Susan Sarandon and Michael Moore, also egged Mr Nader on in 2000. It seems they have learnt little. Mr Trump, on the other hand, is nothing if not a quick study. The battle between “Crazy Bernieand “Crooked Hillarysuits him well. The longer it goes on, the stronger he becomes.奇怪的是,桑德斯的一些名人持者——如苏珊#8226;萨兰Susan Sarandon)和迈克尔#8226;尔(Michael Moore)——在2000年也这样怂恿过纳德。他们似乎并未从中吸取教训。另一方面,特朗普学得极快。“疯狂的伯尼”和“不诚实的希拉里”之间的争斗对他来说正中下怀。他俩争斗的时间越长,他变得越强大。来 /201605/445760福清阳光医院宫颈糜烂

音西街道妇幼保健院几点开门Against a background of modern Moscow through the windows of the Federation Tower, the tallest skyscraper in Europe, stood a tall man with enigmatic eyes and a sincere smile. He was in the midst of 100 of Russia’s most influential individuals business owners, top managers, politicians and media people. While he was part of the crowd, he stood there friendly but somehow different to the others.他眼神深邃、笑容真挚,站在欧洲最高天大楼“联邦大厦Federation Tower)的窗前,窗外现代莫斯科的景致一览无余。他是俄罗斯100位最具影响力的个人(其中既有企业主、顶级经理人,也有政客和媒体人)之一。尽管他亲切地融入众人之中,但不知怎地就是与众不同。I met Sergey Galitskiy at the reception hosted by Andrey Kostin, president of VTB, the Russian bank, and director-general of St Petersburg University’s Graduate School of Management, where I am dean. I was lucky enough to be drawn into a conversation with Galitskiy that gave me belief in a simple maxim: everyone should be given a chance to become great and change the world.在俄罗斯外贸(VTB)行长、圣彼得堡大学管理学Graduate School of Management at St Petersburg University)(我是该学院的院长)理事长安德烈?科斯Andrey Kostin)举办的一场招待会上,我见到了谢尔加利茨基(Sergey Galitskiy)。我非常有幸与加利茨基进行了交谈,他使我相信了一条简单的格言:每个人都应该拥有变得伟大和改变世界的机会。What took me by surprise was that during our three-hour conversation he said little about his core business, even though it definitely merited attention. One of the most esteemed businessmen in Russia, Galitskiy created Magnit, the country’s largest retail chain, with a philosophy that the regions, rather than Moscow or St Petersburg, which dominate Russian business, should be the starting point and remain the prime focus. He founded Magnit in the southern city of Krasnodar and it has grown largely in provincial centres an unusual but successful approach. The chain now has more than 13,000 stores in 2,400 towns and cities across Russia.让我感到意外的是,在我们长达3个小时的交谈中,他很少谈及自己的核心业务,即使这绝对值得一提。作为俄罗斯最受人尊敬的商人之一,加利茨基创办了国内最大的零售连锁店Magnit。他的经营哲学是,应该以地区(而不是主导俄罗斯商业的莫斯科或圣彼得堡)为起点,并且一直将之作为主要焦点。他在南部城市克拉斯诺达Krasnodar)创建了Magnit,并在联邦区中心迅速发展——这种模式不常见但很成功。该连锁店如今在俄罗400个城镇拥有超.3万家店。Galitskiy’s success story first caught my attention 10 years ago. I started my career at a Russian aluminium company, managing marketing and sales of household aluminium foil in the north-west of the country.10年前,我第一次注意到加利茨基的成功经历。我在俄罗斯一家铝业公司开始职业生涯,负责俄罗斯西北部家用铝箔的市场推广和销售。Magnit, our biggest customer, had just had its initial public offering. Later, when I had switched to an academic career at St Petersburg GSOM, I used Magnit as a case study in my classes on supply chain management. Magnit was a great example of Russian business that could be compared to the world-renowned US retailer Walmart and Barilla, the food multinational.Magnit是我们最大的客户,当时它刚刚完成首次公开发行(IPO)。后来,我转行进入学术领域、在圣彼得堡大学管理学院工作,把Magnit作为供应链管理课程的研究案例。Magnit是俄罗斯企业的典范,可以与世界闻名的美国零售商沃尔玛(Walmart)和食品跨国企业巴里拉(Barilla)相媲美。The topic of our first conversation, however, was not retailing but football. I was not a football fan but my attitude to the game changed dramatically after our discussion. I learnt how Galitskiy had taken on the challenge of developing a football club, FC Krasnodar, not only by engaging with local business but also by changing the whole football system.然而,我们第一次交谈的话题不是零售,而是足球。我不是球迷,但在我们交流后,我对足球的态度大为转变。我知道了加利茨基如何面对发展克拉斯诺达尔足球俱乐部(FC Krasnodar)的挑战,不仅与当地企业建立了关系、还改变了整个足球体系。Football is the most popular sport in Russia. At the same time, it has become a national tragedy. The Soviet Union enjoyed its greatest success at the Uefa European NationsCup in 1960, which it won, but since then the national team has had some extremely poor results and very few good ones. However, 1960 remains still so strong in the Russian memory that it is mentioned by the media during each big competition.足球是俄罗斯最受欢迎的运动。同时,它也是民族的悲哀960年,苏联在欧足联(UEFA)举办的欧洲国家杯(European NationsCup,后改名为欧洲足球锦标赛,简称欧洲杯)中取得了巨大成功,赢得了第一届的冠军。但是自那以后,苏联队有过一些极糟糕的成绩,却很少取得好成绩。然而,俄罗斯人有关1960年的记忆仍然强烈,每逢重大赛事媒体都会提及那一年。The Russian Premier League is one of these. Its popularity has lured large Russian and international companies to fund the leading teams. Their sponsorship of star players and experienced coaches has led to some outstanding results in the recent past.俄罗斯足球超级联Russian Premier League)是其中之一。该联赛的高人气吸引了俄罗斯本土以及国际大企业来赞助领先的球队。他们赞助足球明星和经验丰富的教练,最近带来了一些令人瞩目的成绩。Krasnodar, though, the youngest senior football club in Russia, has rewritten the rules. Galitskiy founded the club in 2008, investing his time and money and achieving the seemingly impossible by using his talent as an entrepreneur.不过,克拉斯诺达尔足球俱乐部——俄罗斯最年轻的顶级联赛俱乐部——重写了规则。加利茨基于2008年创建了这家足球俱乐部,投入了时间和金钱并且利用他作为企业家的才智取得了看似不可能实现的成绩。His ultimate goal, however, was not just to have a football team. He also had an ambitious plan to improve football in Russia by changing the whole approach to the game. He established an academy at Krasnodar for boys who dream about football as he did when he was a child. The academy has become a community of hundreds of prospective footballers aged 12 to 17, training and studying all week. The idea at its core is a devotion to football, the club and the city, creating a foundation for future success. Graduates of the academy have aly surpassed expectations, playing in the Russian Premier League and in Europe.然而,他的最终目标不只是拥有一家足球队。他还有一个宏大计划——通过改变整个足球体系来提高俄罗斯的足球水平。他在克拉斯诺达尔创办了一家足球学校,面向那些像他年少时一样拥有足球梦的少年。该学校现在有数百名1217岁的准球员,整周进行培训和学习。该学校的核心理念是热爱足球、热爱俱乐部、热爱这座城市,为未来的成功打下了坚实基础。这家足球学校的毕业生已经超出了期望,在俄罗斯超级联赛和欧洲联赛效力。The club’s newly finished stadium has been another ambitious project. Galitskiy funded the construction of the 34,000-capacity arena, which has been built not for profit but for the dream of giving everyone a chance and leaving a mark on history.俱乐部新建成的场馆有另外一个宏伟计划。加利茨基投资建设了这座能容.4万人的体育场,目的不是盈利,而是为了实现他的梦想——给每个人一个机会、在历史上留下印记。These achievements, which Galitskiy revealed entirely without vanity during our conversation, were rooted in one big common idea: keep investing in the future and it will pay you back, both monetarily and morally. He is passionate about his city, his business, his football, his happiness and will do all it takes to move mountains while giving others the chance to live by the same conviction.这些成就——加利茨基在我们聊天中完全不带炫耀地讲述了这些成就——根植于一个很大的共同理念:继续投资未来,它会回报你的,无论是在金钱方面还是道德方面。他对自己的城市、企业、足球、以及快乐充满了,会尽一切可能创造奇迹,同时给其他人机会,使他们可以以同样的信念生活。A man of change is not generally recognised as a hero. The changes Galitskiy brings about are not seen as heroic. They are the result of a thousand simple steps taken by someone who keeps going with the future in mind.变革之人一般不被看作英雄。加利茨基带来的改变也不被视为英雄之举。它们是心系未来之人跬步之积的结果。Konstantin Krotov is head of the Graduate School of Management at St Petersburg University本文作者为圣彼得堡大学管理学院院长 /201701/487481福清融强医院地址 福清市阳光医院新地址

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