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湖州医院做隆鼻手术多少钱湖州市中医院去疤多少钱U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Wednesday in Brazil she doubts Iran will negotiate seriously about its nuclear program unless the U.N. Security Council approves new sanctions against it. Clinton held talks in Brasilia with Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula de Silva.美国国务卿希拉里.克林顿星期三在巴西说,她怀疑伊朗会就其核项目行进严肃谈判,除非联合国安理会通过对它新的制裁。克林顿在巴西利亚和巴西总统卢拉举行了会谈。Clinton made her appeal even though Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva reaffirmed his opposition to early sanctions before meeting the Secretary, saying the world community should not push Iran into a corner.克林顿国务卿发出呼吁,尽管巴西总统卢拉在会见克林顿之前重申他反对过早对伊朗实行制裁,并说国际社会不应该将伊朗推向死角。The Brazilian president said he wants the same right for Iran as he does for Brazil, to the development peaceful nuclear energy, and that if Iran abides by that it will have Brazilian support. 卢拉说,他希望伊朗在发展和平利用核能方面能拥有和巴西一样的权利,如果伊朗遵循和平利用核能的原则,就会得到巴西的持。At a press event with Brazilian Foreign Minister Celso Amorim, Clinton said she doubted Iran will bargain in good faith unless a new set of sanctions is approved by the Security Council, of which Brazil is a current member.克林顿在和巴西外长塞尔索.阿莫林共同举行的记者会上说,她怀疑伊朗会真心实意参加谈判,除非安理会通过了新的制裁方案。目前巴西是安理会成员国之一。She suggested Iran is trying to weaken an emerging international consensus for sanctions by sounding conciliatory in contacts with selected influential states. "The door is open for negotiations. We never slammed it shut. But we don't see anybody, even in the far-off distance, walking toward it. We see an Iran that runs to Brazil, an Iran that runs to Turkey, an Iran that runs to China, telling different things to different people, to avoid international sanctions," she said.克林顿认为,伊朗在试图削弱国际在对其制裁问题上越来越多的共识,因此才在接触特定的有影响力的国家时做出愿意和解的姿态。她说:“谈判的大门是敞开的。我们从没有将它关闭。但是我们根本看不到有人来,连远远的影子也看不到。我们看到伊朗匆忙访问巴西,访问土耳其,访问中国,对不同的国家使用不同的言辞,为的就是逃避国际制裁。”201003/97873湖州南浔区做双眼皮多少钱 Five Countries Elected to UN Security Council联合国安理会选出五非常任理事国  Austria, Japan, Mexico, Turkey and Uganda have won non-permanent seats on the U.N. Security Council. They will serve two-year terms beginning in January.奥地利、日本、墨西哥、土耳其和乌干达赢得联合国安理会非常任理事国席位。这些国家两年的任期从明年1月开始。The vote, which takes place by secret ballot in the U.N. General Assembly, saw seven countries officially competing for the five open seats. All 192-member states participated. Candidates needed a two-thirds majority or 128 votes to secure a seat.有七个国家角逐安理会非常任理事国的五个席位,它们由联合国大会采用无记名投票的方式产生。联合国192个成员国全部参加投票。候选国家需要得到三分之二多数或128票才能当选。The most hotly contested seats were for Western Europe. Austria and Turkey beat out Iceland for the two seats allocated to this region. 竞争最激烈的席位是西欧地区。奥地利和土耳其击败冰岛赢得该地区分配到的两个席位。Turkish Foreign Minister Ali Babacan said the strong support Turkey received showed the international community's confidence in Turkey, which is currently in negotiations to join the European Union. He said Turkey would continue to work to contribute to international peace and security in its new role.土耳其外交部长巴巴詹表示,土耳其得到的有力持显示出国际社会对土耳其的信心,该国目前正在就加入欧盟展开磋商。巴巴詹说,土耳其在新的角色中会继续努力为国际和平与安全做出贡献。"Our key works will be dialogue, diplomacy, peaceful solution to conflicts," he said. 巴巴詹说:“我们的工作重点要放在通过对话、外交努力和平解决冲突。”This will be Turkey's fourth time sitting on the council. Austria has served on the council twice before. This year was Iceland's first attempt to become a member. Some diplomats said privately that Iceland's bid was probably hurt by the recent collapse of its financial sector. 这将是土耳其第四次担任安理会非常任理事国。奥地利以前担任过两期非常任理事国。冰岛今年是第一次竞选非常任理事国席位。一些外交人士私下表示,冰岛竞选之所以没有成功可是受到该国最近金融业破产的拖累。For the Asian seat, Japan roundly defeated Iran. Japan received 158 votes, Iran only 32. 至于亚洲地区的席位,日本大胜伊朗而当选。日本得到158票,而伊朗只有32票。"I would like to highlight how fitting it is that Iran only secured 32 votes," said British Ambassador John Sawers. "Iran is a subject on the agenda of the Security Council - there are sanctions on Iran because of its nuclear program - and its comprehensive defeat -- a thrashing of Iran -- is a very important signal of whole membership's concern about Iran's actions."英国驻联合国大使索尔斯说:索尔斯说:“我想强调的是,伊朗只得到32票是多么的恰当。伊朗是安理会日程中的主要议题,联合国安理会对伊朗的核计划实行了多项制裁,伊朗这次的全面失败是对它的沉重打击,同时非常清楚地表明,全体成员国对伊朗所做所为的担忧。”Japan is a regional power and the second largest donor to the ed Nations. It hopes to become a permanent member of the Security Council if that body is reformed and expanded. The seats for Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean were uncontested.非洲、拉丁美洲和加勒比组的席位没有竞争。Uganda's Ambassador, Francis Butagira, said his country hopes to become a bridge between big powers and smaller nations in reaching compromise. Uganda has been a contributor to U.N. peacekeeping missions in Darfur and Somalia and Ambassador Butagira said African issues would be high on Uganda's agenda.乌干达驻联合国大使布塔吉拉说,乌干达希望充当大国和小国之间达成让步的桥梁。乌干达一直是联合国在达尔富尔和索马里维和使命的参加国。布塔吉拉大使说,乌干达一直把非洲问题放在日常工作的重要位置。"Since most conflicts are on the African continent, we hope to play a very active role toward resolution of those conflicts and maintenance of international peace and security," he said.布塔吉拉说:“鉴于绝大多数冲突发生在非洲大陆,我们希望在解决冲突、维护国际和平与安全方面发挥非常积极的作用。”Mexico, which has served three previous terms on the council, was unopposed in its bid for the Latin America and Caribbean seat. 曾经在安理会担任过三期非常任理事国的墨西哥在角逐拉丁美洲和加勒比地区席位的过程中没有遇到对手。Nominations are not required, countries simply announce their intention to run, sometimes many years in advance. Consideration is given to an equitable geographical distribution and a candidate's contribution to the maintenance of international peace and security. 要想成为安理会非常任理事国不需要提名,有关国家只要宣布想要竞选非常任理事国席位就可以,不过有时需要提前许多年宣布。考虑因素包括非常任理事国的地区分布是否合理,以及候选国对维护国际和平与安全的贡献。There are 15 seats on the council. Five are permanent veto-wielding members - China, France, Russia, Britain and the ed States. Currently, the other five non-permanent members are Burkina Faso, Costa Rica, Croatia, Libya and Vietnam. 联合国安理会共有15个成员国。其中5个是拥有否决权的常任理事国,包括中国、法国、俄罗斯、英国和美国。目前其它5个非常任理事国是布基纳法索、哥斯达黎加、克罗地亚、利比亚和越南。The five newly elected members will replace Belgium, Indonesia, Italy, Panama and South Africa, whose two-year terms conclude at the end of this year.新当选的五个非常任理事国(奥地利、日本、墨西哥、土耳其和乌干达)将取代比利时、印度尼西亚、意大利、巴拿马和南非等五国。它们的两年任期在今年年底结束。200810/53166Economics focus经济聚焦Drain or gain? 人才外流,是得还是失?Poor countries can end up benefiting when their brightest citizens emigrate 穷国最终会从人才外流中获益WHEN people in rich countries worry about migration, they tend to think of low-paid incomers who compete for jobs as construction workers, dishwashers or farmhands. When people in developing countries worry about migration, they are usually concerned at the prospect of their best and brightest decamping to Silicon Valley or to hospitals and universities in the developed world. These are the kind of workers that countries like Britain, Canada and Australia try to attract by using immigration rules that privilege college graduates. 发达国家担心移民,他们通常考虑的是对收入要求较低的移民会和他们竞争就业岗位,例如建筑工人,洗碗工或是农场工人。而发展中国家担心移民,则通常考虑的是,他们最优秀的人才流入了硅谷,或是发达国家的一些医院和大学。而这些人才正是英国、加拿大、澳大利亚这样的国家需要的,他们通过优待大学生的移民政策来吸引这样的人才。Lots of studies have found that well-educated people from developing countries are particularly likely to emigrate. By some estimates, two-thirds of highly educated Cape Verdeans live outside the country. A big survey of Indian households carried out in 2004 asked about family members who had moved abroad. It found that nearly 40% of emigrants had more than a high-school education, compared with around 3.3% of all Indians over the age of 25. This “brain drain” has long bothered policymakers in poor countries. They fear that it hurts their economies, depriving them of much-needed skilled workers who could have taught at their universities, worked in their hospitals and come up with clever new products for their factories to make. 很多研究发现,发展中国家受过良好教育的人们尤其可能移民。据估计,三分之二受过良好教育的Cape Verdeans都居住在国外。2004年对印度家庭展开了一次大范围调查,询问了他们移居国外的家庭成员情况。调查发现,近40%的移民接受过高等教育,而所有25岁以上的印度人中,这一比例仅为3.3%。这种“人才外流”的现象长期困扰着穷国的政策制定者们。他们担心这会有损经济发展,使得他们丧失亟需的有技能的人才,他们本可在大学里教书,在医院里工作,或是研发出可供生产的新产品。201105/138368安吉县妇幼保健院激光去痘多少钱

湖州曙光整形做双眼皮手术多少钱Scientists have found that mindfulness meditation, known as “Samatha Meditation,” could be reducing the pain that people experience. Fifteen research subjects given 120 degrees Fahrenheit heat pulses found the pain fifty-seven percent less unpleasant and forty percent less intense after just four twenty minute meditation sessions. Isn’t it hard to measure what people are feeling? The researchers didn’t just asking people how they felt. They used an MRI, or magnetic resonance imaging machine to measure their brain activity. The MRI detects how much oxygen brain cells use. The more oxygen the cells use, the more active they are. As pain goes up, activity changes in certain areas of the brain.【生词注释】meditation n. 沉思; 冥想session n.期间measure v.测量magnetic resonance imaging磁共振成像:go up 上升;增长科学家们发现冥想,也叫作“Samatha Meditation”,能够减轻人们的疼痛感。15个人经受120华氏温度来进行试验,研究发现经过20分钟的冥想后,疼痛感减少了 57%,紧张度较少了40%。测量人们的感觉不是很难吗?研究人们不适直接询问实验人员的感觉。他们使用用磁共振成像机器来测验脑部活动。机器可以侦测到脑细胞使用的氧气,脑细胞使用的氧气越多,它们越活跃。随着疼痛的增加,脑部的局部区域细胞活动发生了变化。201111/159681湖州曙光整形美容医院做隆胸手术多少钱 Students' economic fearsCollege students across the nation worry about finding employment after they graduate. College Main Street 2.0, you don't have to look far in Ohio State University's campus to see science students are worried about the economy. 3rd year student Kieran Johnson is worried about what kind of job market he'll face.'Graduate, hope I can get something better. I mean, that's all we're told to go to school, and, you know, have a better life after. But at point right now, we don't really know that's true, so."For Amanda Culcar, the concerns are more immediate like price of gasoline. "Even grocery are increasing, at * even get essentials like b and milk has increased to a point that, it's so much ridiculous to buy.""They're scared, in the skipping, it’s for the first time in their lives, since it's been a several decade period of unusual prosperity." * science professor Paul Beck says while these young voters maybe scared, they're also enthusiastic about this presidential election. Seizing on that enthusiasm, volunteers saturated the campus to get students to register and vote early. And to see how covet the youth voter is. Consider that just stone thrown open that nation's largest university and nearly 553,000 students, it's Obama campaign office.Team /of/ Obama is offering students' right to polling places. Bruce Spingsteen even performed that OSU on Sunday, to try and drive turn out. "We were also here four years ago, this time we'll win it."In 2004, democrat John Carry lost Ohio to Gorge Bush by slim margin. Students for Obama say they believe they'll make a difference from democrats in this battle-ground state. * Republican side, no McCain office on campus, just couple of tables set up. But colleagues of Republicans here say, Sarah Palin is little fire for them."Any sides be watch anything, it's all about, you know, Obama and the youthful, and how you've got *, you know, lock down, and this is how the case, simply out of case."Volunteers spanned out across Ohio State’s campus, leading up to Monday's deadline to register to vote. To the first time, people in Ohio have been able to register and vote on the same day. And campaigns are hoping that early voting will help secure vote from young people who in the past have been known to be eager to register, but haven't always been reliable and showing-up on election day.200810/53417湖州市第一人民医院祛疤痕多少钱

湖州医院激光去痘手术多少钱This is extreme sky-diving. Nils is an extreme sport enthusiast. Jumping from a plane is no longer enough to satisfy him. With his friend Hans, he plans to scale a 100-meter-high rock face in Voss, and then jump off it. He turns his sky-diving skills to base jumping. It's a nice wall because it's a little bit 1 . So we have good space. The special thing about this spot is that we have to land on the road, so we have to take care of the cars. Assessing the traffic so that they can land safely requires precise timing, adding an extra layer of risk for these thrill-seekers. The climbing up the rock face was painful,all that hard work for a jump that will be over in seconds. When the extreme sport elites from across the world meet in Voss,a lot of parachutists deliberately land directly on the 2 in front of the Fleischer's hotel, for a beer. The hotel was built in 1889. Famous guests even included the German Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm. The hotel's changed a lot since then. But the Kaiser's old toilet has been preserved.注释:①enthusiast: n. 狂热者,热心家例句:Each article is by an enthusiast in the relevant field, for no pay, and edited by fellow volunteers.每篇内容都由某相关领域的热心人士撰写,没有稿酬,编辑者也同样是志愿人士。②parachutist: n. 伞兵;跳伞人例句:The parachutist dived from the plane. 那名伞兵从飞机上跳伞。③jump off: 跳下来;开始,开始进攻例句:The attack will jump off at midnight. 午夜一到,进攻就开始了。 课后题目: 学习完后,你能告诉我文章中空缺的单词吗?201110/156194 Envoys Continue Negotiations at UN on Cessation of Gaza Fighting美英法阿盟外长继续谋求加沙停火 Foreign ministers from the ed States, Britain, France and the Arab League met separately and together behind closed doors at the ed Nations Wednesday, seeking an end to nearly two weeks of deadly fighting in the Gaza Strip. After hours of talks, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told reporters that there "is still work to do" to reach a consensus. 美国、英国、法国和阿拉伯联盟各国的外交部长星期三在联合国分别或一道举行闭门会议,谋求结束在加沙地带持续了将近两个星期的流血冲突。美国国务卿赖斯对记者说,要达成共识,还有工作要做。The U.S., British and French foreign ministers said they would stay in New York for a third day to lead Western efforts at finding a cessation of hostilities between Israel and Hamas militants.  美国、英国和法国的外长们说,他们将在纽约逗留第3天,领导西方国家的努力,寻找在以色列和哈马斯激进分子之间停止敌对行动的途径。Following an evening meeting with Arab foreign ministers, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice spoke briefly to reporters. "We believe there is still work to do. [French Foreign] Minister [Bernard] Kouchner, [British] Foreign Secretary [David] Miliband and I are extending our stays and we still believe there is work to do," she said. 美国国务卿赖斯在晚间会晤阿拉伯国家外长之后,对记者发表简短讲话说:“我们认为,还有工作要做。法国外长库什内、英国外交大臣米利班德和我将延长在纽约的停留,我们仍然认为,这里有工作要做。”Arab ministers leaving the meeting echoed her response. 阿拉伯国家的外长在离开会晤地点时也作出同样表示。The Security Council remains split over two possible responses to halt Israel's military incursion into the Gaza Strip to silence Hamas rocket attacks on southern Israel.  联合国安理会在停止以色列对加沙地带的军事进攻的两种可能选择的反应方面有分歧。以色列的进攻是为了终止哈马斯对以色列南部的火箭攻击。One option is a legally-binding U.N. resolution demanding an "immediate and permanent cease-fire" and the lifting of Israel's blockade on Gaza put forth by council-member Libya on behalf of the Arabs. The other option is a weaker, non-binding statement, drafted by France, the ed States and Britain, that emphasizes that a "durable cease-fire will require arrangements and guarantees", including preventing the smuggling of weapons to the militants and the reopening of border crossings.  一种选择是,落实具有法律效力的联合国决议,这项决议要求立即和永久停火,要求以色列停止对加沙的封锁。这项决议的发起国是安理会理事国利比亚,它是代表阿拉伯国家发起这一决议的。另一个选择是一项经过软化的、不具有法律效力的声明。这个声明是法国、美国和英国起草的。该声明强调“持久的停火将要求作出一些安排和保”。包括防止向激进分子走私武器,重新开放过境点。French Ambassador Jean-Maurice Ripert, whose country holds the council's rotating presidency this month, said all 15 members want to work toward a unanimous position but they are not there yet. "There is no unanimity today on either of those texts and because we want to go forward in a common approach we have decided to continue our talks and negotiations." 法国是本月安理会的轮值主席。法国大使里佩尔说,安理会15个成员国都希望达成一致立场,但是他们还没有做到这一点。他说:“今天,在两种决议的文字上都还没有达成一致立场。因为我们希望以共同的立场向前迈进。我们决定继续对话和谈判。”Diplomats close to the discussions say there is some convergence on the substance, but not yet on the form it will take. 据接近相关讨论的外交官说,各国在决议的实质内容上有一些共同点。但是在决议的形式上还有分歧。Meanwhile, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has put forth his own initiative, offering to mediate between the Israeli and Palestinian sides in Cairo as soon as possible. 同时,埃及总统穆巴拉克提出了他自己的建议,他提出尽快在开罗举行多方会谈,由埃及在以色列和巴勒斯坦人之间进行斡旋。But Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit told reporters that Israel has so far only agreed to send a high-level technical team to Cairo. "They [the Israelis] have been indicating willingness or that it is a positive step. But there is not yet a clear cut recognition and acceptance," he said. 但是埃及外长盖特对记者说,到目前为止以色列只同意派遣一个高层技术小组去开罗。他说:“以色列暗示,它愿意来谈判,或者说,这是一种可能性。但是它还没有明确承认和接受这一点。”The ed States, Britain, France and the Arab ministers will resume their negotiations Thursday morning. 美国、英国、法国和阿拉伯各国的部长们将在星期四上午再次会谈。01/60728湖州光疗去斑价格德清县治疗胎记多少钱

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