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And we have a Congress that doesnt have the courage to enforce it through a comprehensive background check system. 但国会却没有勇气站出来为全面背景审查制度立法As a result, 33 innocent people are murdered with guns every day Since you first signed the Matriculation Oath as freshman 4 years ago. 正因为此 每天都有33名无辜的人死于杀从你们这些毕业生四年前签署入学誓约以来More than 40,000 Americans have been murdered with guns Thats nearly as many Americans as we lost in combat during the entire Vietnam War. 超过4万美国人死于杀这几乎和整个越南战争中战死的美军人数一样多Congresss failure to act in Washington is its worst, the worst thing that its ever done. 华盛顿的国会不展开行动这是迄今为止它犯下的最大错误It would not be fighting for change I would not be fighting for change and you would not be fighting for change. 它不愿意为改变而战如果我们不相信自己能赢的话If we didnt believe we could win This is something you really should think about. 你我都不会愿意为改变而战这是确实值得你们思考的In fact, I believe we will win sooner or later Because I believe in all of you. 实际上 我相信我们迟早会赢因为我相信你们Your generation -- more than any other, at least since the 1960s -- is reshaping society in fundamental ways. 你们这一代比任何一代 至少是比1960年代以来的那一代更擅于从根本上重塑社会By making your values known and your voices heard I’ve seen how powerful that can be. 你们擅于传播自己的价值 发出自己的声音我看到过 这有多强大In New York, the voices of young people -- some of them too young to vote -- played a crucial role in passing a law legalizing same-sex marriage. 在纽约 年轻人的声音 有些人甚至还没到投票年龄在同性婚姻合法化上扮演了重要角色And it passed with bi-partisan support Here in Ohio, the son of a Republican senator --. 这得到了两党持 法案得以通过在这里 在俄亥俄 一位共和党参议员的儿子Who had the courage to come out -- led his father to change his view of gay marriage. 鼓起勇气站了出来让他父亲改变了自己对同性婚姻的看法And it gave him the courage to speak out Individual courage, combined with collective action and teamwork. 这又让这位父亲鼓起勇气说出立场个人勇气 同集体行动和团队协作结合起来Changes the world Nine years ago, voters here in Ohio passed a constitutional amendment. 能改变世界9年前 俄亥俄这里的投票者 通过了一项宪法修正案Banning same-sex marriage But because of that so many young people are speaking up and organizing. 禁止同性婚姻不过正因为此 很多年轻人站出来说话 并组织起来Make no mistake about it: its days are numbered When all of you return for your 10-year reunion -- and hopefully well before --. 这方面不要犯错 陈规行将就木你们10年后会再次聚首 但愿在这很久之前That amendment will belong to historys scrap heap I can aly hear some of the conversations at that reunion. 这项修正案就早已被历史所摒弃我已经能够想象到那场重聚中的一些对话了201607/455123即墨市第四人民医院营业时间Thank you all. I will try not to make this too long. I know its wet out there. Its drier up here, so were luckier. But I truly want to thank President Bravman for that kind and very generous introduction. And thank you to the Board of Trustees, to the distinguished faculty and to the entire Bucknell community for this extremely warm welcome back home. If I had gotten such an overwhelming reception at my own graduation, I might never have left.To all of todays new graduates, your loving families and valued friends, congratulations to you all. Believe me when I tell you I share your Bison pride. This is your big day. And while it is the culmination of something very, very important, it is also the beginning of a lifetime of learning that lies ahead.Today also may be a day when, on the verge of leaving it, you fully appreciate this place the most. You suddenly recognize that youve had the thrill of spending these past years in one of the most beautiful spots on Earth – a lovely bubble in which you felt safe and protected.I remember sitting out there, even though it was 45 years ago, and during my own graduation from Bucknell, and wondering – What is this ‘real world that I keep hearing about? What is it really going to be like? Could it possibly measure up to the 4 years I spent at Bucknell? And how am I going to deal with it? I finally got used to this place!So, mixed in with your excitement there may be a healthy serving of fear. You know what? Thats normal. It suggests that you are pretty intelligent.But as you sit there, perched between your college days and your future life, there is one thing I want you really to know.You guys are y. You are absolutely y.The education that you got here, the people you met, the ideas you shared, the community that you were part of, you are y.Ready for what? Ready for all of it! For whatever comes. For life, a little bit more liberty, and most importantly – the pursuit of happiness.Happiness, you ask? Really? Happiness is that important?I believe it is.Today, wiser heads than mine here at Bucknell have generously given me a Doctor of Humane Letters. I want to offer very humble thanks for that. It means my parents, who God bless are still alive, can start bragging to all their friends that hes finally a doctor. Its a fulfillment of a lifelong dream – more specifically, my parents lifelong dream.Im sure many of you are feeling that today, as you fulfill one of your parents dreams.What makes this moment even sweeter for me is not only that I am a genuine honorary doctor, Im apparently a humane one as well – which actually may surprise a few of my show business colleagues in New York and Hollywood.But as I stand before you as a new, humane doctor, I cant help but reflect upon my long and twisty path to getting here.Let me tell you a story: When I was an undergrad an unmentionable number of years ago, as I said, my parents were emotionally prepared for me to go to medical school. And as a former pre-med student, I like to believe that I could have become a great physician – Dr. Leslie Moonves, MD.And I might have, if only one horrible thing had not happened to me sophomore year – and that horrible thing was organic chemistry. The chemistry people.As John Lennon once put it, “Life is what happens when youre busy making other plans.” Once Organic Chemistry happened to me, it was pretty clear these “other plans” were going to become very necessary. For better or worse, there would be no Dr. Leslie Moonves – at least not until today.So after I failed to make the grade in Organic Chem, I went from pre-med to undeclared and, more accurately, unfocused. And, like a few of you out there, I was not a perfect student here. Come on, you know who you are.If you would have asked my Bucknell classmates who would be standing here today giving this address, I guarantee you I wouldnt have been on the top of the list. In fact, its possible I wouldnt have even made anybodys list.I must say, for instance, that its great seeing from right here the outside of Bertrand Library today. I remember it well because thats mostly what I saw of that building when I went here. The outside of it.201607/453848山东省青岛市妇幼保健门诊部地图Thank you very much. Thank you Thank you so much. Thank you Thank you. Please, please have a seat. 非常感谢大家 谢谢非常感谢大家 谢谢谢谢大家 请入座Thank you Thank you, President Spar, trustees, President Bollinger Hello, Class of 2012. 谢谢大家谢谢你们 斯巴院长 各位校董 伯林格校长2012届毕业生 你们好Congratulations on reaching this day Thank you for the honor of being able to be a part of it There are so many people who are proud of you. 祝贺你们迎来了这一天感谢你们让我有幸来参加这个活动有很多人为你们感到骄傲Your parents, family, faculty, friends all who share in this achievement So please give them a big round of applause. 你们的父母 家人 师长和朋友都为取得这一成就出了力因此 请为他们热烈鼓掌To all the moms who are here today you could not ask for a better Mothers Day gift than to see all of these folks graduate. 今天在座的各位母亲们再也没有比看到所有这些孩子们毕业更好的母亲节礼物了I have to say, though whenever I come to these things I start thinking about Malia and Sasha graduating. 但是我得说每当我来到这种场合就会想到玛莉娅和萨夏将来毕业的情景And I start tearing up and its terrible I dont know how you guys are holding it together I will begin by telling a hard truth. 我就会热泪盈眶 真不好意思我不知道你们大家是怎么把持得住的我一开始就要说明一个确凿的事实201609/467370青岛新阳光医院妇科治疗子宫肌瘤多少钱

黄岛区儿童医院在哪里青岛市四院做彩超B超价格10.Franklin Delano Roosevelt Pearl Harbor SPeech Declaration of War10.富兰克林·德拉诺·罗斯福要求国会对日本宣战演讲To the Congress of the ed States:副总统先生、议长先生、各位参议员和众议员:Yesterday, Dec. 7, 1941 - a date which will live in infamy 昨天,1941年12月7日,将成为我国的国耻日。the ed States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.美利坚合众国遭到了日本帝国海、空军有预谋的突然袭击。The ed States was at peace with that nation 在此之前,美国同日本处于和平状态,at the solicitation of Japan, was still in conversation with the government and its emperor 并应日本之请同该国政府及天皇谈判,looking toward the maintenance of peace in the Pacific.指望维持太平洋区域的和平。Indeed, one hour after Japanese air squadrons had commenced bombing in Oahu, 日本空军部队在美国的瓦胡岛。开始轰炸一小时后,the Japanese ambassador to the ed States and his colleagues delivered to the Secretary of State a formal reply to a recent American message. 日本驻美大使及其同僚居然还向美国国务卿递交正式复函,回答美国最近致日本的一封函件。While this reply stated that it seemed useless to continue the existing diplomatic negotiations, 这份复函虽然声言目前的外交谈判已无继续之必要,it contained no threat or hint of war or armed attack.但却未有威胁的言词,也没有暗示将发动战争或采取军事行动。It will be recorded that the distance of Hawaii from Japan makes it obvious that the attack was deliberately planned many days or even weeks ago. 夏威夷岛距日本的距离说明此次袭击显然是许多天前甚至几星期前所策划的,此事将记录在案。201609/463402「美国习惯用语」第十六讲Right on the beamTo fly by the seat of his pants美国英语当中有许多成语和俗语都和过去的历史有关系。例如,美国开拓西部的过程给美国语言增添了不少色。可是,美国的一些习惯用语也反应了各种科学在现代化道路上的发展。这次的[美国习惯用语],我们要讲两个和飞行有关的习惯用语。四十年前,乘飞机可是一件新鲜事,是一个值得向朋友夸耀的冒险行动。可是,现在乘飞机已经变得和乘公共汽车差不多了。美国的航空公司每天大约有一百万乘客。空中飞行变得如此普遍的原因之一是由于电子导航系统的发展,这样飞机就可以在无线电电波发出的领航信号指挥下准确地从一个机场飞到另一个机场。这些尖端的科学设施已经变得非常普遍,因此美国英语里有一个表达形式,那就是:Right on the beam。Right on the beam在日常生活中的意思就是一个人做某件事做得很对。下面就是一个例子:例句-1:;Your school report is right on the beam: you followed directions exactly and got all the facts down in the right order.;这听起来好像是一个老师在对一个学生说话。他说:“你的报告写的很对,你准确地按照要求写了,而且每个事实也都按照正确的次序写了进去。”下面这个例子是一个人在那个竞选州长的候选人发表的讲话:例句-2:;I thought Mr. Claghorns speech was right on the beam last night! Just like he says, we need to spend more money on educating our children. He makes a lot of sense to me.;这个人说:“我认为克拉格霍恩先生昨晚上讲的话完全正确。就像他说的,我们应该花更多的钱在教育孩子方面。我觉得他讲的话很有道理。”像电子导航系统这样现代化的安全设施在以前是根本没有的。在使用无线电电波,雷达和空中交通管制系统前,飞行员只能根据地面的铁路、河流和水塔那样的标记来决定他们的航向。要是一个飞行员不得不在云层里飞,或在气候不好的情况下飞行的话,那他只好靠自己的猜测来决定方向了。这在英语里就是:To fly by the seat of his pants。现在人们用To fly by the seat of his pants来形容某种局面,也就是你在做某件事的时候没有明确的指导,也缺乏足够的知识。下面这个例子就可以说明这个词汇在日常生活中的用法:例句-3:;When Jones started up business in a new town, he didnt know anybody, so he had to fly by the seat of his pants.;这是说:“当琼斯在一个新的地方开始经营他的生意的时候,他在那里一个人都不认识。所以他只好全靠自己摸索着办。”我们再来举个例子:例句-4:;Driving to a friends house last night I took the wrong turn off the main highway and got lost. I didnt have a road map but I flew by the seat of my pants and after twenty minutes I found the street I was looking for.;这个人说:“昨晚在我开车去一个朋友家的路上,我在一条高速公路上拐错了一个弯,结果就迷失了方向。我当时又没有地图。我只好凭着自己的猜测开,过了二十分钟我终于找到了我要去的那条路。”以上我们讲了两个来自空中飞行的习惯用语。一个是:Right on the beam,在日常生活中这句话的意思就是一个人做某件事做得很对。另外一个习惯用语是:to fly by the seat of my pants,这是来形容某种局面,也就是你在做某件事的时候没有明确的指导,也缺乏足够的知识。 /200601/2971青岛青医附院阴道镜检查President Obama: Hi, everybody. Ive got a special guest with me this week – Macklemore. For those of you who dont share the same love for hip-hop that I do, hes a Grammy-winning artist, but hes also an advocate whos giving voice to a disease that we too often just whisper about: the disease of addiction. Macklemore: Hey, everybody. Im here with President Obama because I take this personally. I abused prescription drugs and I battled addiction. If I hadnt gotten the help that I needed when I needed it, I definitely would not be here today. And I want to help others facing the same challenges that I did. President Obama: And drug overdoses now take more lives every year than traffic accidents. Deaths from opioid overdoses have tripled since 2000. A lot of time, theyre from legal drugs prescribed by a doctor. So, addiction doesnt always start in some dark alley – it often starts in a medicine cabinet. In fact, a new study released this month found that 44 percent of Americans know someone who has been addicted to prescription pain killers. Macklemore: I didnt just know someone – I lost someone. My friend Kevin overdosed on painkillers when he was just 21 years old. Addiction is like any other disease – it doesnt discriminate. It doesnt care what color you are, whether youre a guy or a girl, rich or poor, whether you live in the inner-city, a suburb, or rural America. This doesnt just happen to other peoples kids or in some other neighborhood. It can happen to any of us. President Obama: Thats why just talking about this crisis isnt enough – we need to get treatment to more people who need it. My administration is working with communities to reduce overdose deaths, including with medication. Were working with law enforcement to help people get into treatment instead of jail. And under Obamacare, health plans in the marketplace have to include coverage for treatment. Macklemore: I know recovery isnt easy or quick, but along with the 12-step program, treatment has saved my life. And recovery works – we need our leaders in Washington to fund it and for people to know how to find it. President Obama: We all need to do more to make that happen. Ive asked Congress to expand access to recovery services, and to give first responders the tools they need to treat overdoses before its too late. This week, the House passed several bills about opioids, which is great, but unless they also make investments in more treatment, it wont get Americans the help that they need. On top of funding, doctors also need more training about the power of pain medication they prescribe, and the risks that those pain medication carry. Another way our country can help those suffering in private is to make this conversation public. Macklemore: When youre going through it, its hard to imagine there could be anything worse than addiction. But shame and the stigma associated with the disease keeps too many people from seeking the help they actually need. Addiction isnt a personal choice or a personal failing. And sometimes it takes more than a strong will to get better – it takes a strong community and accessible resources. President Obama: The good news is, theres hope. When we talk about opioid abuse as the public health problem that it is, more people will seek the help they need. More people will find the strength to recover, just like Macklemore and millions of Americans have. Well see fewer preventable deaths and fewer broken families. Macklemore: We have to tell people who need help that its OK to ask for it. Weve got to make sure they know where to get it. President Obama: We all have a role to play. Even if we havent fought this battle in our own lives, theres a good chance we know someone who has or who is. Macklemore: President Obama and I just had a powerful conversation here at the White House about opioid abuse, and what we can do about it. You can catch it this summer on MTV. And to find treatment in your area, call 1-800-662-HELP. President Obama: Thanks, everybody; thanks, Macklemore. And have a great weekend.201605/445802青岛打胎那所医院好

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