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哈尔滨市第八人民医院引产需要多少钱延寿县中医医院大夫14第十四单元Conversation 1会话 1A:Its so earlier this morning,Mr. Li! You just came back yesterday, you should have rest much more.A:李先生今天这么早啊!你昨天才刚回来,你应该多多休息。B:Id like to have rest,but I have many things to do.B:我也想休息,但还有很多事情等着我去做。A:How about this post-trip?A:这次业务旅行怎么样?B:Its very good,and the result isnt too bad.B:很好,而且效果还不错。A:Really?A:是吗?B:Of course. I will write a report about this post-trip,and then youd better type it at the moment,OK?B:那当然,我一会儿就要写一份这次出差的报告,然后你 马上给我打出来,行吗?A:OK,Its no problem.A:行,肯定没问题。B:Miss Liu. Are you typing my report?B:刘,你是在打我的那份报告吗?A:Yes,what can I do for you?A:是的,有什么问题吗?B:Nothing. I just tell you take care of it when you type. Especially the address and telephone number of those new guests. You should make sure that its no mistaken.B:我只是想嘱咐你打的时候一定要细心,特别是那些新 客户的地址和电话。确保它们不能出错。A:OK,please dont worry about it. You should set your mind at rest.A:不用担心,你就放心好了。Oh I know you are great secretary.B:哈 我知道你是一个好秘书。A:Thanks your flatter.A:多谢夸奖。Conversation 2会话 2A:Mr. Li,the report has been finished.A:李先生,报告已经打完了。B:So fast! Thank you.B:这么快,谢谢!A:Youre welcome. This is my duty. Anything else?A:不客气,这是我应该做的,还有其他事吗?B:Yes, youd print out the address and telephone number of those guests from your computer,and then send those materials to each business worker.B:有,你把刚才录人电脑里的新客户的地址和电话都打 出来,然后把这些资料分别发给业务员们。A:OK,Ill do it right now.A:好的,我马上做。B:By the way,to tell them try to persuade those new guests to cooperate with us. Because I found a biggest opponent from this post-trip.B:顺便告诉业务员们一定要尽最大的努力说这些新客 户和我们合作。因为这次出差,我发现了一个最大的竞争对手。A:Yes,l get It.A:好的,我明白。B:OK,Its no anything. Do what you should do.B:好了,没其他事了,去做你的事吧。 /201605/441158哈医大二院妇科地址 Thailand's Prime Minister Faces Protests and Vote in Parliament泰总理沙马称不会因抗议活动辞职  Thailand's Prime Minister says he will not step aside despite on-going protests but will face a no-confidence debate in parliament in the coming week. The prime minister also denies claims by protestors encamped outside the government's main administration building that he is acting on behalf of former leader Thaksin Shinawatra, currently facing corruption charges. 泰国总理沙马表示,他不会因为目前的抗议活动而辞职,但这个星期他将面对议会对他的不信任辩论。沙马还反驳了聚集在政府主要行政大楼外面的抗议者有关他是前总理他信的代理人的说法。他信正受到腐败指控。Thai Prime Minister, Samak Sundaravej, during his weekly address to the nation, said he was willing to face a no-confidence parliament debate this week but is refusing to bow to protester's calls for his resignation. 沙马总理在每周一次的全国讲话中说,他乐于面对议会这星期将举行的不信任辩论,但是他不会向抗议者要求他辞职的压力低头。Mr. Samak, leader of the People's Power Party, oversees a six party coalition government elected last December. The elections ended 15 months of military rule after a coup in September 2006 ousted former Prime Minister, Thaksin Shinawatra, now facing corruption charges.  沙马总理是人民力量党的领袖,他现在领导著去年12月选举产生的联合政府。那次选举结束了2006年9月导致前总理他信下台的政变之后泰国实行的军人统治。他信现在正面临腐败指控。Mr. Thaksin and more than 100 executives from the former Thai Rak Thai Party face five year bans from politics after being charged with fraud during elections in 2006.  他和前泰爱泰党的100多名主要成员被控在2006年的选举中有舞弊行为,5年之内不得参与任何政治活动。Many former Thai Rak Thai Party members moved to establish the People's Power Party.  许多前泰爱泰党的成员组建了人民力量党。But Mr. Samak says his government was elected legally and is looking to serve a four year term in office. He also denied he was a proxy for Mr. Thaksin. 但是沙马总理说,他的政府是经合法选举产生的,将做满四年任期。沙马还否认自己是他信的代理人。Mr. Samak said it still appeared those with ill feelings towards Mr. Thaksin were looking to have him resign as Prime Minister. This, he said, would head the country into an uncertain direction. 沙马说:“看起来,那些对他信不满的人希望我辞去总理职务,但这会使国家走向充满不确定因素的未来。”The current protests were launched in May by the People's Alliance for Democracy, the PAD; initially calling for a halt to constitutional changes that could have led to the investigations against Mr. Thaksin coming to a halt as well as the lifting of the political bans on the Thai Rak Thai party members. 目前的抗议活动是人民民主联盟5月发起的,抗议者最初要求停止修改宪法,因为修宪的结果可能是中断对他信的调查和解除对前泰爱泰党成员参政的禁令。Many at the weekend rallies, that drew several thousand protestors, were skeptical that Mr. Thaksin, a billionaire and owner of British premier league soccer team Manchester city, would remain on the sidelines of Thai politics.  数以千计的人参加了周末的抗议活动,很多人对他信是否能置身于泰国政治之外表示怀疑。At the rally, Pimpagon Rojananin, a fifth year student at Chulalongkorn University, says it will be important for the Thai political landscape that the court cases involving Mr. Thaksin go ahead, so political tensions in the country will be reduced. 泰国朱拉隆攻大学5年级学生宾巴贡说,法庭继续审理涉及他信的案件,从而缓和目前的政治紧张气氛,这对泰国的政治生活非常重要。"Former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra after what he has done to our country at least standing in court and facing the sentence. If he is right [innocent] OK he's free but if it's not right he deserves [a punishment] for what he has done," said Pimpagon Rojananin.  他说:“前总理他信在对国家做了这些事之后,至少应当接受审判。如果他是无辜的,好,那他就是自由的,如果他有罪,就应当为自己的所作所为受到惩罚。”Mr. Thaksin remains a deeply divisive figure in Thai politics drawing his support from rural populations and the poor with populist policies such as lowinterest loans and low cost medical care programs.  他信是泰国政坛一位极有争议的人物,他因为推动低息贷款和廉价医保等受欢迎的政策计划而得到农村人口和穷人的持。At the same time, the urban middle class have attacked the former prime minister and his supporters over corruption and abuse of power charges. 但与此同时,城市中产阶级却指责这位前总理及其持者贪污腐败,滥用权力。Political analysts warn the outlook for the political landscape in Thailand will remain unsettled over the coming months. But the military, which launched a coup in September 2006 against Mr. Thaksin's government, has called for a political resolution to the present conflict, saying it will remain neutral. 政治分析人士警告说,今后几个月,泰国政坛将继续动荡。不过,2006年9月曾发动反他信政府政变的军方表示将保持中立,并呼吁政治解决目前的冲突。200806/42547Bush Praises Ukraine Democracy, Calls for Path to NATO Membership布什称美国坚定持乌格加入北约  U.S. President George W. Bush says he strongly supports a bid by Ukraine and Georgia to start the process of NATO membership. The comments came during a stop in Kyiv on his way to the NATO summit in Romania. 美国总统布什表示,他强力持乌克兰与格鲁吉亚申请加入北大西洋公约组织。布什总统是在前往罗马尼亚出席北约峰会途中,停留基辅时做出以上表示。After a formal arrival ceremony, complete with military honor guard and red carpet, President Bush and Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko got down to business in the Ukrainian capital. 在经历了包括军礼和红地毯的官方欢迎仪式后,布什总统与乌克兰总统尤先科在乌克兰首都基辅展开会谈。They met for several hours, first alone and then with top aides. Topping the agenda was Ukraine's bid for a NATO membership plan, or MAP 双方会谈长达几个钟头,从开始的两人会谈到后来双方高层官员也加入,首要议题就是乌克兰加入北约的“成员国行动计划”。"My position is absolutely solid. Ukraine and Georgia should be given MAP," he said. 布什总统说:“我的立场非常坚定,乌克兰与格鲁吉亚应该获得北约成员国身份。”At a joint news conference, Mr. Bush praised Ukraine's young democracy, and said if the alliance gives the Ukrainians a set of guideposts for membership it will bolster efforts to implement reforms. 在联合记者会上,布什总统称赞乌克兰是年轻的民主国家,并表示如果盟国能提供乌克兰通往成员国的清楚指标,将有助于落实乌克兰的改革。"Your nation has made a bold decision and the ed States strongly supports your request," said Mr. Bush. 布什总统说:“乌克兰做出大胆的决定,美国强力持你们。”President Yushchenko will personally make the case for membership in NATO to alliance members later this week in Romania. But observers say the chances that Ukraine and Georgia, which has also put in a bid, will win approval in Bucharest are slim. 这个星期晚些时候尤先科将在罗马尼亚向各成员国提出加入北约的申请。但是观察家认为,乌克兰与格鲁吉亚能够在布加勒斯特得到加入许可的机会微乎其微。Russia is vehemently opposed to the further eastward expansion of NATO to two large former Soviet Republics.  俄罗斯坚决反对北约向东欧扩展到这两个前苏联成员的国家。President Bush says Russia does not have a veto on the issue. And he strongly rejects the suggestion that he struck a deal with Russian President Vladimir Putin to soften the U.S. stand on NATO expansion in exchange for concessions on plans to build a missile-defense system in Europe. 但布什总统说,俄罗斯在这个问题上并没有否决权。他也反驳有关美国与俄罗斯总统普京达成协议,美国将减少对北约扩张的持,以换取俄罗斯同意在欧洲建立一套导弹防御系统的说法。"That is a misperception. I strongly believe that Ukraine and Georgia should be given MAP," said Mr. Bush. "And there is no trade-offs, period!" 布什总统说:“那是错误的理解。我坚决相信乌克兰与格鲁吉亚应该获得北约成员国身份,没有所谓的交换条件,就是如此。”The president also says his administration is working hard to convince other NATO countries that it is in their interests to bring the two former Soviet Republics into the fold. Several alliance members, France and Germany, have indicated they do not believe Ukraine and Georgia are y to be put on a membership path. 布什也表示,美国政府正努力说其他成员国,这两个前苏联国家的加入是符合大家利益的。包括法国,德国在内的几个盟国已经表示,他们不认为乌克兰与格鲁吉亚已经就加入北约做好准备。Objections are also being raised in some quarters here in Ukraine, especially in the ethnic Russian community. In a series of stops in Kyiv after his formal talks, Mr. Bush tried to reach out to the Ukrainian people. 就连在乌克兰内部也有一些反对声音,特别是在俄罗斯人社区里,布什总统在发表正式声明后也到基辅各地拜会,试图说乌克兰群众。He visited the historic St. Sophia's Cathedral, and went to a memorial to victims of a mass famine in 1933. He also stopped at a public school where teenagers involved in an AIDS awareness project, put on a play. 布什总统到历史悠久的圣索菲亚教堂,出席一场纪念1933年大饥荒死难者的仪式。他也参观了一所公立学校,观赏由参与艾滋病关注项目的学生所演出的话剧。The president's stay in Ukraine lasted less than 24 hours, enough time to signal his support for the NATO bid and Ukrainian democracy before heading off to Bucharest and the alliance summit.  布什总统在乌克兰只停留不到24小时,但已足够让他在前往布加勒斯特参加北约峰会前,表达对乌克兰民主和加入北约的持。200804/33100黑龙江省第三人民医院几点下班

哈尔滨省第九人民医院治疗不能怀孕ed Nations Warns of North Korean Food Crisis粮农组织呼吁紧急行动缓北韩饥荒 The ed Nations World Food Program says urgent action is needed to prevent what it calls a "serious tragedy" because of food shortages in North Korea. A bad harvest and soaring world food prices may be creating one of the leanest years in the North since a period of mass starvation in the mid-1990's.  联合国世界粮农组织说,需要采取紧急行动以防止北韩因粮食短缺而导致的严重悲剧。粮食歉收以及世界粮价大幅上涨,可能使北韩步入自上世纪90年代中期的大饥荒以来最为贫困的一年。 The ed Nation's World Food Program warned Wednesday "time is running out" to avert a "humanitarian food crisis." Jean-Pierre de Margerie is the WFP's representative in Pyongyang. 联合国世界粮农组织星期三警告说,缓解人类粮食危机的时间紧迫。该机构在平壤的代表马杰里说:"We have a bit of a 'perfect storm' here, because we have all these factors lining up," he said. “北韩有点像置身于一场大风暴,因为我们面临这一系列的困难因素。”The main factors are a dramatic spike in world food prices and the consequences of last year's severe North Korean flooding on harvests. De Margerie says prices for basic foods, like corn and grain, have at least doubled since last year.  主要因素是世界粮价大幅上涨,而北韩去年的水灾严重影响收成。马杰里说,像玉米和谷物之类的主要食品价格自从去年以来上涨了一倍。North Korea has experienced food shortages because of decades of self-imposed economic isolation, culminating in the mid-1990's, when hundreds of thousands of North Koreans are estimated to have died of starvation. The WFP says North Korea was able to meet about 80 percent of its basic survival food requirements, last year. De Margerie says, this year, the North will probably only produce about 60 percent of its basic needs. 北韩由于几十年来自行采取的经济封闭政策而一直粮食短缺,到上世纪90年代中期达到最严重的程度,据估计,当时有数十万北韩人死于饥荒。世界粮农组织说,去年,北韩的粮食生产能够满足维持基本生存所需要的80%。马杰里说,今年北韩的粮食产量可能只能满足60%左右的基本需求。He says there are signs of severe strain on the North's Public Distribution System, or PDS - the government office responsible for providing food to citizens. 他说,有迹象显示,北韩的公共分配体系,也就是负责向民众提供粮食的政府部门的情况非常严重。"Officials - government officials at the local, county, and provincial level, are telling us - maybe for the first time - that they're experiencing difficulties in ensuring that PDS dependents are receiving their rations," de Margerie said. "And, they're telling us that there is a chance that they will have have to suspend PDS rations in the future. We've never heard this before." 马杰里说:“县级和省级的地方政府官员告诉我们,他们难以保依靠公共分配体系的民众得到配给,他们这样说可能是前所未有的。他们还告诉我们,有可能不得不中断公共分配系统的配给。这也是我们闻所未闻的消息。”The WFP is intensifying talks with donor nations who, according to de Margerie, are "asking a lot of questions" about North Korea's delays in nuclear weapons negotiations and recent bellicose rhetoric to the South. 世界粮农组织正在加紧与捐赠国的谈判,马杰里说,捐赠国针对北韩推延核武器谈判以及最近对韩国的舆论攻击提出了许多问题。Last month, Pyongyang publicly threatened to turn South Korea "into ashes." The North has cut off most official contacts with the South, in disapproval over conservative President Lee Myung-bak's North Korea policies. The Lee administration says aid and economic cooperation with the South depends on the North fulfilling promises on nuclear disarmament. 平壤4月公开威胁要把韩国化为焦土,北韩还切断与韩国的大部分官方接触,以显示不赞同保守派的韩国总统李明的北韩政策。李明政府说,韩国向北韩提供的援助和经济合作取决于北韩是否信守解除核武装的承诺。Since Mr. Lee's February inauguration, the North has gone without the massive transfers of South Korean rice and fertilizer it had received for years under other administrations. De Margerie says, unless the North receives fertilizer soon, it may have to prepare for another bad harvest in the near future. 自从李明2月就职以来,北韩就再也没有得到韩国的大批粮食和化肥援,而以前的韩国政府曾提供这样的援。马杰里说,除非北韩很快得到化肥援助,否则近期内将再次准备承受农业歉收。"The thing is, is that we're running out of time," he said. "You know, this fertilizer needs to be applied on the field before the end of May. So, it's unlikely that they'll be able to meet this critical deadline." 他说,问题是我们现在时间急迫,因为必须在5月底之前给土地施肥。现在看来不大可能赶上这个关键性的农业季节。The ed States is preparing a donation of half a million tons of grain to North Korea this month, via the World Food Program. 美国准备4月通过世界粮农组织向北韩捐赠50万吨粮食。200804/35296哈医大一院专家预约 哈尔滨治疗念珠菌性阴道炎的医院

哈市三院是正规医院吗? Petraeus Report Means Large US Troop Presence in Iraq Will Remain驻伊美军指挥官要求谨慎评估撤军  In congressional testimony this week, the top U.S. military and civilian officials in Iraq reported what they called "real" but "fragile" progress, and urged caution in any discussion of further U.S. troop withdrawals, beyond the end of the surge in July.  美国驻伊拉克最高军事指挥官彼得雷乌斯将军和最高文职官员克罗克大使本星期在美国国会作时汇报说,伊拉克的形势出现了“真实”但“脆弱”的进展。他们还敦促,要审慎对待所有关于7月份增兵行动结束后美国开始进一步撤军的讨论。 General Petraeus said he has recommended a 45-day period of consolidation after the surge troops leave. He says only then, in early September, will he be able to even begin to assess whether he can send home more troops.  彼得雷乌斯将军说,他建议在增援部队离开伊拉克后进行为期45天的整合。他说,只有到9月初整合结束时,他才能开始评估是否可以撤回更多军力。The chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, Senator Carl Levin, pressed the general on just how long that assessment will take. 参议院军事委员会主席莱文参议员坚持要求彼得雷乌斯将军说明评估所需的时间。LEVIN: "Do you have any estimate at all as to how long that second period is going to take? Could that be a month? Could that be two months?" 莱文说:“你究竟是否计算过评估需要多长时间? 一个月?还是两个月?“PETRAEUS: "Sir, it could be less than that." 彼得雷乌斯将军说:“可能不会这么久。”LEVIN: "Could it be more than that?" 莱文说:“是否可能比这个时间更长?”PETRAEUS: "It could be more than that. Again, it's when the conditions are met that we can make a recommendation for further reductions." 彼得雷乌斯将军说:“这也有可能。我再说一遍,必须到时机成熟时我们才能建议进一步撤军。”LEVIN: "I understand, but I'm just asking you a direct question. Could that be as long as three months?"  莱文说:“我明白这一点。但是,我就是要问你一个直接的问题。这段评估期是否可能需要3个月?”PETRAEUS: "It could be, sir." 彼得雷乌斯将军说:“有可能。”LEVIN: "Could it be as long as four months?" 莱文说:“那4个月呢?”PETRAEUS: "Sir, it is when the conditions are met." 彼得雷乌斯将军说:“要等条件都具备才可以进一步撤军。”And no one can say when that will be. Analyst Michele Flournoy of the Center for a New American Security, who spent several weeks in Iraq earlier this year, says the general's caution reflects concerns among U.S. commanders throughout the country. 不过,没人知道这将是什么时候。新型美国安全中心的分析人士弗卢努瓦今年早些时候曾在伊拉克待过几个月,他说,彼得雷乌斯将军的审慎态度反映了所有驻伊美军指挥官们的担心。"It tells us that he and his commanders are comfortable with going to 15 brigade combat teams, but they're not comfortable committing to go beyond that," she said. "And I think that the request for a pause came from the bottom-up, from the various division commanders, and they want a six-week period to kind of see how the dust settles." 他说:“这告诉我们,彼得雷乌斯和他的指挥官们可以接受把作战部队军力削减到15个旅。但是,如果进一步削减军力,他们就不能接受了。我认为,暂停撤军是一个自下而上的要求,是各个指挥官提出的,他们需要6个星期的时间让尘埃落定,看清形势。”By the time that dust settles, Iraq is supposed to be preparing for provincial elections in October, to be followed in early November by the U.S. presidential election. Michele Flournoy says that is not a good time for U.S. troop withdrawals that could lead to instability.  等到尘埃落定,就该是伊拉克为10月的省级选举做准备的时候了,而美国在11月初也要进行总统选举。弗卢努瓦说,这不是美军撤退的良好时机,因为撤军可能导致不稳定局势的出现。"I think this administration is probably not going to go very far down that path," she added. "I think it's probably going to be left to the next president. Going into our own transition period, a time between Election Day and Inauguration Day, it's not a time when you want instability or a crisis in Iraq for a team that's departing or a team that's coming in to deal with right away." 他说:“我觉得,本届政府可能不会在这个问题上有太多举动。我想,这个问题可能要留给下一任总统了。在美国,从选举日到总统就职日是一个过渡时期。在段时间里,人们不想让正在撤离的美军或者刚刚接手的伊拉克军队去应对不稳定局势或者去化解一场危机。”When the surge ends, the ed States will have 140,000 troops in Iraq. And more and more analysts are predicting that number will not be reduced much, if at all, by the time the new president takes office in January. General Petraeus' comments this week appear to justify that view. 到增兵结束时,美国在伊拉克的驻兵数量将是14万。越来越多的分析人士预测,到新一任美国总统在明年1月就职时,这一数字不会进一步下降,或者只能小幅降低。彼得雷乌斯将军这个星期说的话似乎印了这种观点。That means the presence of U.S. troops in Iraq will remain a key issue in the presidential election campaign, and the U.S. military will continue to be strained by repeated, lengthy combat deployments. It also means there won't be many U.S. troops available to add to the coalition force in Afghanistan, which President Bush promised NATO allies his successor would do next year. 这意味着,美国在伊拉克驻军将继续成为总统竞选活动的一个主要议题,而反复又漫长的战斗部署将继续给美军带来压力;这还意味着驻阿富汗联军将无法得到大量美军的增援,而布什政府已经向北约盟国作出承诺,说他的继任者将在明年增加驻阿富汗联军中美军的数量。Still, in spite of some public opinion polls to the contrary, analyst Brian Darling of the conservative Heritage Foundation says he believes the American people will be willing to support a continued large U.S. troop presence in Iraq.  来自保守智库传统基金会的分析人士布莱恩.达林提出了和一些民意调查结果相左的看法。他说,他认为美国继续在伊拉克大量驻军将会得到美国人民的持。"The ed States can keep 140,000 troops in Iraq as long as progress is being made," he said. "And I think the American people will accept more time for troops to be in Iraq to allow for the political developments to take effect." 他说:“只要伊拉克的情况出现改善,美国就可以保持14万驻军的数量。我认为,美国人民将会接受把军队驻扎伊拉克的时间延长,以使伊拉克的政治进步发挥效果。”Darling says this week's report by the U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, Ryan Crocker, indicates political progress is being made, although slowly. And analysts say only political accommodation among Iraqi factions can pave the way for long-term stability. 达林说,美国驻伊拉克大使克罗克本星期的词表明,政治进步正在出现,虽然比较缓慢。分析人士们说,只有伊拉克各派之间实现政治和解才能为该国的长期稳定铺平道路。At the end of a long day of hearings on Tuesday, General Petraeus summed up his view of the situation in Iraq, five years after the U.S.-led invasion and more than a year after he took command and implemented the surge and a new counterinsurgency strategy. 从美国领导进攻伊拉克开始已经过去5年了,而距离彼得雷乌斯将军本人成为指挥官、实施增兵政策和新的反暴乱战略也已经有一年多的时间。在星期二漫长的听会结束时,彼得雷乌斯将军总结了他对伊拉克局势的看法。"We haven't turned any corners," he said. "We haven't seen any lights at the end of a tunnel. The champagne bottle has been pushed to the back of the refrigerator. And the progress, while real, is fragile and is reversible." 彼得雷乌斯将军说:“我们还没有渡过难关。我们还没有看到隧道尽头的光明。庆功的香槟酒已经被推进了冰箱里面。伊拉克虽然出现了真实的进展,但这种进步是脆弱的,还可能出现倒退。”General Petraeus wants most of the rest of the year, at least, to make the progress stronger and less reversible. And it will likely be left to his successor, and President Bush's, sometime next year at the earliest, to turn the corner, see the light at the end of the tunnel and take that celebratory bottle of champagne out of the refrigerator. 彼得雷乌斯将军希望,至少在今年剩下的大部分时间里,伊拉克的进步趋势可以得到增强,出现逆转的可能性也能降低,可能至少要到明年才能渡过难关,看到隧道尽头的光明,并从冰箱中取出那瓶庆功的香槟酒,而这些目标将被留给彼得雷乌斯将军和布什总统的继任者来完成。 200804/34269哈尔滨什么时候做无痛人流最好黑龙江第四医院好吗



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