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彭阳县妇幼保健男科大夫固原市男料全威医院[00:21.50]IBM put a top executive on leave Monday [00:25.19]after he was charged for allegedly leaking secrets [00:28.58]about IBM's earnings and financial dealings [00:31.77]with corporate partners.[00:41.12]周一,IBM对他们的一名高管采取了强制休假措施,[00:46.00]原因是这名高管被指控涉嫌泄漏了公司的营收[00:49.99]以及公司合作伙伴之间的金融交易上的秘密。[01:06.88]即时讲解[01:09.11]"请假","休假"或"放假"是我们经常会说到的,[01:13.50]比如说,在工作日的某一天, [01:15.52]你在逛大街时遇到熟人,[01:18.06]你可能就得解释一下,"我今天休息",[01:21.31]英语表达可以是 I'm taking a day off today,[01:25.16]注意,要使用现在进行时,[01:27.65]因为"休假"正在进行中。[01:30.32]如果是要说"我明天休息一天",[01:32.80]那可以说 [01:33.74]I'm going to take a day off tomorrow。[01:36.93]今天的报道中出现了on leave 的表达,[01:40.41]这是个固定搭配,指"休假",[01:42.90]这与take a day off 的意思基本一样, [01:46.29]只是从表达上说正式一点,[01:49.02]比如说前面的 I'm going to take a day off tomorrow [01:52.91]也可以说成 I'm going to be on leave tomorrow ;[01:56.85]另外 ,还要注意put somebody on leave的用法,[02:01.05]字面意思是"让某人去休假",[02:03.74]但在不同的语境中,理解要有所区别,[02:07.07]今天报道中的on leave 其实跟开除差不多[02:11.17]强制休假只是较斯文或说虚伪的说法。[02:14.91]如果大家看过一些港产片,[02:17.34]可能会听过"放长假"的说法, [02:19.92]如果老板"放你长假"(粤语表达),[02:21.95]那你就基本下岗了。[02:28.87]原文重听[02:30.54]IBM put a top executive on leave Monday [02:34.24]after he was charged for allegedly leaking secrets [02:37.67]about IBM's earnings and financial dealings [02:40.91]with corporate partners.10/87380固原协和男科医院治疗早泄多少钱 US Treasury Secretary Defends Bailout, Calls for Reform保尔森呼吁改革全球金融体制 U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has defended his handling of the 0 billion financial bailout package. Paulson spoke Thursday at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California, he called for cautious reforms in the U.S. and global financial systems. 美国财政部长保尔森为他处理7千亿美元救市计划的方式进行辩护。保尔森星期四在加州锡米谷里根总统图书馆发表讲话时呼吁对美国和全球金融体制进行谨慎的改革。Paulson said the current financial crisis had many causes, including government inaction and mistaken actions, outdated U.S. and global regulatory systems, and too much risk-taking by financial institutions. He says his first priority has been to stabilize the system. He says the next will be to reform it.  保尔森指出,目前的金融危机是许多因素造成的,其中包括政府的不作为和错误行为,美国和全球的监管制度过时,以及金融机构风险投资太多。保尔森说,他的优先重点一直是稳定金融体系,接下去将是改造这个体系。"This debate offers great opportunities and great peril. The events of the last year have exposed excesses and flaws that are, to put it mildly, humbling. If we do not correctly diagnose the causes and instead act in haste and implement more rather than better regulations, we can do long-term harm," he said. 保尔森说:“这次辩论带来了巨大的机会和巨大的风险。过去一年发生的事情暴露出的无度和缺陷,客气点说,让人羞愧。如果我们不正确地诊断出原因,反而仓促行事,进行更多而不是更好的监管,我们就会造成长期的伤害。”Paulson says recovery will take time, and a new regulatory framework cannot be developed while the financial situation is unfolding. 保尔森指出,复苏需要时间,在金融局势尚不明朗的时候,不能规划出新的监管机制。The treasury secretary faced sharp criticism over his handling of the bailout when he appeared Tuesday before the House of Representative Financial Services Committee. The 0 billion escue plan initially focused on buying bad debt from banks that were left with nearly worthless securities after the housing market collapsed. Paulson said a worsening situation called for a change of strategy, and he started making cash infusions into financial companies, with the government taking an equity share, in order to get the institutions lending again. 7千亿美元的救市计划最初的重点是收购那些在房市崩溃之后变得几乎一文不值的不良资产和坏帐。保尔森说,由于情况不断恶化,需要改变策略。他开始向金融机构注资,让政府掌控部分股份,以便使金融机构能够继续发放贷款。He says international bodies such as the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, and regional development banks should reform their governing boards to make them more accountable, streamlined and effective.  保尔森认为,世界、国际货币基金组织以及地区发展等国际机构应当改革自己的管理层,使之更负责,更精练,更有效。"Similarly, the IMF and the World Bank need to accord dynamic emerging market economies greater representation and participation in their daily operations," he said. 保尔森说:“同样,国际货币基金组织和世界在日常运作中应当让富有活力的新兴市场经济更多参与,享有更多的发言权。”Paulson urged cooperation among Democrats and Republicans in Congress and among world leaders, as they work through the crisis. He says future reforms must be consistent with free trade and open investment. 保尔森敦促国会民主党人和共和党人以及世界各国领导人在处理危机的过程中进行合作。他说,未来的改革必须符合自由贸易和开放投资的原则。200811/56873Big Three US Automakers Tout Fuel-Efficient Vehicles美国汽车业三巨头推出新款节油车  Just one month after seeking government economic assistance, amid unprecedented financial turmoil in the auto industry, the 'Big Three' American Automakers - General Motors, Ford and Chrysler - are introducing new fuel-efficient vehicles, in an effort to revamp their image and increase sales at the Detroit North American International Auto Show. 陷入史无前例的财务危机的美国三大汽车公司通用、福特和克莱斯勒在寻求政府经济援助的一个月之后,便推出新的节油汽车,争取改变形象,增加销售量。The North American International Auto Show has traditionally served as an extravagant unveiling of the latest in the automotive industry. But, with automotive sales in a steep decline, this year's show represents a critical moment for American automobile manufacturers. 北美国际汽车览会传统上被用来隆重推出汽车工业的最新产品。但是面临汽车销售急剧下降的局面,今年的汽车览会对于美国汽车制造商来说至关重要。The very livelihood of thousands of autoworkers in Detroit depends on a drastic turnaround, particularly for General Motors. GM Chief Executive Officer Rick Wagoner knows the stakes.  底特律数十万汽车工人的生计维系于一次重要的时来运转。这对于通用汽车公司来说尤其是这样。通用首席执行官里克.瓦格纳了解这个重要性。"For , GM's focus is to rapidly implement our accelerated restructuring plan to successfully guide GM through the unprecedented economic and credit crisis that is affecting the entire global auto industry," he said. "That's a big job to be sure." 他说:“年,通用公司的中心工作是迅速贯彻我们正在加速进行的改组计划,成功地带领通用公司走出影响全球汽车工业的史无前例的经济和信贷危机。毫无疑问,这是一个重大的挑战。”Just before Wagoner unveiled what is ahead for the company, hundreds of GM employees gathered in the Cobo Center in a show of solidarity, shouting slogans in front of the assembled media.  就在瓦格纳宣布公司今年的计划之前,数百名通用公司的雇员在科中心集会,展示团结。他们在大批聚集在那里的媒体面前高呼口号。The employees also waved signs that said "40 miles per gallon" and "we're electric," themes designed to highlight the direction that Wagoner is leading the company. 雇员们手中还挥舞着写有“每加仑汽油40英里”、“我们要电动汽车”等标语,这些标语的主题都是为了概括瓦格纳领导通用公司进行改组的目标。"There is no better example of where we are heading in this critical area than the Chevy Volt extended-range electric vehicle that we are bringing to market next year," added Wagoner. 瓦格纳说:“在这个至关重要的改组过程中,最能代表我们未来方向的例就是雪弗莱VOLT型多种系列的电动汽车。我们将于明年把这种汽车投入市场。”GM introduced the Chevrolet Volt Concept Car, a vehicle propelled by an electric motor powered by a battery, in 2007. If continued testing proves successful, GM plans to start selling the vehicle in the ed States in November of 2010.  通用公司2007年推出雪弗莱VOLT概念车,这是一种由电池提供动力的电力马达驱动的汽车。如果后续的实验获得成功,通用公司计划将于2010年11月开始在美国销售这种汽车。Although GM was the first to announce plans for a popular-priced electric car, it will have competition from Chrysler. The company reaffirmed its commitment to have an extended-range electric vehicle as part of its lineup in 2010. 虽然通用是第一个宣布研制大众化电动汽车的公司,但是它将遇到来自克莱斯勒的竞争。克莱斯勒公司重申了它致力于研制多系列电动汽车的规划,并表示这是它2010年改组计划的一部分。And, Ford is not far behind. Executive Chairman Bill Ford is the great grandson of company founder Henry Ford. He hopes to catch some of the momentum created by General Motors and carried by Chrysler. 福特也不甘落后。公司总裁比尔.福特是这家公司的创建人亨利.福特的曾孙,他希望能够借助这个由通用开创、克莱斯勒推进的势头。"We're employing a comprehensive approach to electrification that will tackle commercial issues, such as batteries, standards and infrastructure. It starts with strategic partners as an important part of the approach," he said. "We're going to work with partners to develop and produce batteries, infrastructure, as well as government policy to speed the acceptance of electric vehicles." 他说:“我们正在利用全面手段来推进汽车电动化,这个过程将着手处理各种商业化问题,例如电池、产品标准和基础设施等等。作为规划的一个重要组成部分,我们将从建立战略伙伴关系开始。我们将与合作伙伴共同开发研制电池,兴建基础设施,并且借助政府政策来促进人们接受电动汽车。”The excitement created by the speed at which auto engineers have brought electric-powered vehicles off the drawing board and onto the show floor is tempered in recent months with the dramatic drop in fuel prices. With oil currently hovering around a barrel, auto executives admit it makes purchasing a more expensive electric vehicle less appealing to consumers aly suffering from a weak economy and tight credit restrictions. 汽车工程师们把电动汽车由图纸变为览会上的车型的速度令人激动,然而最近几个月燃料价格暴跌使这种热情有所降温。目前国际市场的原油价格在大约40美元一桶的价位徘徊,汽车公司的主管们承认,这种情况减少了消费者购买更为昂贵的电动汽车的吸引力,疲软的经济和紧缩的信贷限制已经使他们不堪负担。But automakers hope the effort to reduce dependence on foreign oil, as well as a reduction in carbon emissions are other motivating factors that will help boost sales of these vehicles. Customers could also receive tax rebates for purchasing the more fuel-efficient electric vehicles. 但是汽车制造商希望减轻对外国石油的依赖以及减少二氧化碳气体排放会成为帮助促进电动汽车销售的另外一种动因。消费者可能还会由于购买这种更节省燃料的汽车而获得减税的优惠。01/60977泾源县妇幼保健看男科好吗

固原泾源县治疗睾丸炎多少钱Nearly two years after trying to adopt a child from the African nation of Malawi, Madonna is behind a new documentary focusing on the plight of orphans there.It's been nearly 2 years since Madonna first made headlines for trying to adopt a small child from the African nation of Malawi. And she's since become a voice for the more than 1 million children or orphans in that country and now she’s behind the film on that subject and Ann had a chance to catch up with her last night.I did that, Mary, in fact, Madonna hit the red carpet at New York City’s Tribeca Film Festival last evening where her new film debuted. It's called I Am Because We Are. It’s a documentary about the struggle of these children who have been orphaned by AIDS in Malawi. And afterwards I sat down with Madonna to talk about the film and why she felt the commitment to help those children. I am because we are.Something about their situation connected to me, and in a way I was going on my own journey and connecting to these children and wanting to in a way heal myself whilst helping them. And hearing about their suffering? Something opened to you?Yeah. I grew up as a motherless child. I had a roof over my head and I had food and I had a school to go to. And I still thought that my world was going to collapse on me, so how could it be for these children who, most of them, having lost both of their parents, having no roof over their head, no food to eat, how horrifying and frightening it must be for them! You know, I wonder how this revelation came to you, you know, this is going to be a thing, you know, for you. (Yes!) This is not how people see you.I think having children and having a family forces you to think about people besides yourself, I mean you don’t really have a choice, I think I just got to a point in my life. / I thought, you know, I have so much, and it’s a great tragedy if I don’t use what I have to make the world a better place. I know that sounds silly, or cheesy, or like a cliché, whatever but it’s the truth. If I was challenging people to open up their minds and their hearts, then I had to be willing to stand at the front of the line.I appreciate and understand how people could be cynical, that’s fine, I accept that.Why do you appreciate that people can be cynical?Because I think we live in a society, that, where people are naturally suspicious of acts of altruism or generosity. Or maybe they might be suspicious because they might think, well, you know, Madonna changes all the time, is this simply another fad, de jour, a trend, or just a new, is this something that is really core to Madonna.My re-inventions are part of my evolution and my growth as a person. They’re aspects of it that are full of lesson. They are aspects of it that are real. His name is David, I decided to try and adopt him. I don’t see how anybody who really understands how complicated it is to adopt a child could say that someone toasts to do that as a fad, it’s just too difficult, it’s too traumatic.It’s been hard then to adopt David.We have not even been granted the full adoption. It’s supposed to be happening in the next month. So for the last 18 months I have been a foster parent. I have been visited every 6 weeks by social workers who come into the house and make sure that you are being a good parent, and David’s health is thriving, and asking you all kinds of invasive questions, and you have to put up with it and endure it and you know, I have been fingerprinted about 20 times, and undergone psychological evaluations and I think everybody who goes through adoption has to do this, I am not alone and, but you know, I do it again.You would?Yeah.Why? Because David is amazing, because he’s brought so much joy to our lives and more than about him. And so, it was worthy. I think most people will suffer for the things they love. And now at this point in your life, it seems you’re opening, to some part of you, it's softening, something that is looking for wisdom, usefulness.Well, thank God. (What do you mean by that?) Well, thank God I am searching for wisdom and usefulness. Em, one hopes that one gets to that point in their lives sooner or later.Do you wish that you could just be anonymous?No, no, (No?) I mean, yeah, I have moments of it, but I don’t wanna wish that I am not me, I don’t wish I were someone else. What is it that you want to feel about your life?That my soul reached its true potential. And that I did everything that I was put on this Earth to do. Which is? Well, who knows. We are about to find out.And it’s part of that, she also spoke to me about possibly working with orphanages and other parts of the world beyond Malawi, places like Cambodia and the Palestinian territories and she also does not discount the idea of adopting again. (Very well~) So this seems to be a new sort of beginning for her, she says.01/60845海原县不孕不育医院预约挂号 In Afghanistan, the vast majority of the population relies on agriculture for its livelihood. Three decades of war have not changed the central importance of farming in this country, only its difficulty.在阿富汗,绝大多数人靠农业为生。30年的战争没有改变农耕在这个国家的重要性,改变的只是农耕的难度。Afghanistan's U.S.-educated Minister of Agriculture is considered one of his country's most innovative and effective administrators. He is working with the ed States and international organizations to improve Afghan farming. That effort includes one cooperative program that teaches Afghan students modern agricultural skills.毕业于内布拉斯加大学奥马哈分校的阿富汗农业部长阿西夫.拉希米被认为是阿富汗最有创造性和最有成效的官员之一。他正在与美国和国际组织合作以改善阿富汗的农业。In classrooms at Purdue University in Indiana, 12 graduate students in agriculture present their research to Afghanistan's Minister of Agriculture, Asif Rahimi, a graduate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha.  在印第安纳州普渡大学的教室里,12名农业专业的研究生正在向阿富汗农业部长阿西夫.拉希米展示他们的研究。The students are part of Purdue's Advancing Afghan Agriculture Alliance, funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). One tells the minister his project on breeding fungus-resistant wheat is aly making a difference in Afghanistan.这些学生是美国国际开发署资助的“推动阿富汗农业联盟”项目的学生。一名学生告诉拉希米,他培育抗霉菌小麦项目已经在阿富汗展现出成果。201101/123850彭阳县男科妇科网上预约

固原阳痿多少钱Obama Moves Toward Sweeping Ideological Change奥巴马走向美国意识形态大变革  President Barack Obama's plan to use the government to jolt the faltering U.S. economy back to life signals the most significant ideological shift in Washington since President Ronald Reagan came to power in 1981. 奥巴马总统打算利用政府力量来让举步维艰的美国经济重获新生,显示了1981年里根总统上台以来美国在意识形态上的最大变迁。Candidate Obama promised sweeping change during last year's presidential election, and the scope of that change was on full display in President Obama's recently released 10-year budget plan. 在去年的总统大选中,当时还是候选人的奥巴马承诺将进行大规模的改革。改革的规模在奥巴马总统最近公布的10年预算计划中得到了全面体现。In it, Mr. Obama pledged massive government spending, increased taxes on corporations and the wealthy and large budget deficits. 在这份计划中,奥巴马承诺大幅增加政府开,提高对公司和富裕阶层的征税,并扩大预算赤字。The president says the economy has grown so weak that only the government can provide the spark to bring it back to life. 奥巴马总统说,经济是如此羸弱,只有政府才有能力使其起死回生。"At this particular moment, with the private sector so weakened by this recession, the federal government is the only entity left with the resources to jolt our economy back into life," he said. 奥巴马说:“这是一个特殊的时刻,私营部门因为这次的经济衰退变得如此羸弱,联邦政府是唯一拥有资源让经济复苏的实体。”At the same time, President Obama has promised to tackle a number of difficult long- term challenges facing the country, like expanding health care coverage while trying to contain its growing cost, make the U.S. more energy independent and reform education. 与此同时,奥巴马总统还承诺解决美国长期面临的几大挑战,比如,扩大健康保险的范围,并控制保险费用上涨,促进美国的能源独立以及推进教育改革等。It seems like a lot to do all at once, says Fred Barnes, editor of the conservative Weekly Standard. 保守派杂志标准周刊的编辑巴尔内斯说,看起来,奥巴马是打算多管齐下。But Barnes told VOA's Issues in the News program that the president is right to make an early push for his entire agenda. 巴尔内斯在接受美国之音采访时说,总统尽早推出他的一整套方案是对的。"There has been a debate on what strategy to follow, and he is following the one that says we are going to do everything at once rather than doing things one at a time, say with taxes or health care, the environmental agenda or whatever," said Barnes. 他说:“对采取何种策略向来就有争议,他采取的策略就是多管齐下,而不是个个击破,不是一次只解决一个问题,比如税收、健康保险,环境保护等问题。”Barnes is quick to add that he thinks the Obama agenda is too liberal and may be picked apart by opposition Republicans in Congress. 巴尔内斯补充说,他认为奥巴马的计划过于自由开放,可能会遭到国会共和党人强烈反对。Conservatives are aly mobilizing against the Obama budget plan, including talk show host Rush Limbaugh. 保守派已经在动员反对奥巴马预算计划,这些人当中包括访谈节目主持人拉什·林堡。Limbaugh recently whipped an audience of conservative activists into a frenzy in Washington with a no-holds barred critique of President Obama."What is so strange about being honest and saying I want Barack Obama to fail if his mission is to restructure and reform this country so that capitalism and individual liberty are not its foundation? Why would I want that to succeed," asked Limbaugh. 林堡说:“为什么说实话就那么古怪呢?我直说,我就希望奥巴马失败,如果他的使命只是重建和改组这个国家,从而颠覆资本主义和个人自由这两大国家基石,我为什么要希望他成功呢?”Even if only portions of the Obama agenda are enacted into law by Congress, it would represent the most sweeping ideological change since conservative Ronald Reagan's emphasis on tax cuts and domestic spending cuts in the early 1980s. 奥巴马的计划即使只是部分得到国会批准生效,这也将代表着里根总统以来意识形态的最大变化。里根在1980年代强调减税和削减国内开。Some analysts are comparing the Obama approach to the one President Franklin Roosevelt took during the Great Depression of the 1930s. 一些分析人士把奥巴马的举措与富兰克林.罗斯福总统在1930年代大萧条时期推行的措施相提并论。"Now on some level, we accept that the federal government for the most part, not everyone does, obviously, but we accept that the federal government has a role to play in a time of economic crisis, which was much more debatable in early 1933," said Matt Dallek, political historian at the University of California's Washington Center. 加利福尼亚大学华盛顿中心研究政治的历史学家马特·达莱克说:“现在在某种程度上,我们接受联邦政府的大部分做法,但是,并不是每个人都这样。 很明显,我们接受联邦政府在经济危机时应当承担责任。这一点,在1933年初曾引发更大的争论。”But that debate appears to be resurfacing in , at least among some Republican congressional leaders. 但是,这种争论看起来在年又卷土重来了,至少是在一些共和党国会领袖中间。Republican Congressman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin says enactment of the Obama budget plan would lead to the largest expansion of government since Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal. 共和党人众议员、来自威斯康辛州的保罗·瑞恩说,一旦奥巴马的预算计划得以实施,这将是罗斯福总统施行新政以来,政府权力的最大扩张。So far, though, many analysts believe that Mr. Obama has done an effective job of making the case for sweeping government action to try and end the recession. 尽管如此,许多分析人士相信,奥巴马确实作了很多有效的工作,说各界必须通过大规模政府行动来结束经济衰退。"It seems to me, fair or not, that a majority of the country has decided that Obama is the last best hope to get us out of this mess, or if not the best hope, the only hope for four years," said Tom DeFrank, Washington bureau chief for the New York Daily News. 纽约每日新闻报华盛顿分社的汤姆·德弗兰克说:“在我看来,不管公平与否,在这个国家,大部分人认定奥巴马是带领我们走出泥潭的最后的也是最好的选择。即使不是最好的希望,也是接下来四年的唯一希望。”Two new polls seem to bolster that point. The president enjoys a 60 percent job approval rating in the latest Wall Street Journal-N News poll, and a 59 percent approval rating in the latest national poll from Quinnipiac University in Connecticut. 最近公布的两个民意测验似乎进一步加强了这个论点,在华尔街日报和全国广播公司新闻网的联合调查中,奥巴马的持率为60%。康涅狄克州奎尼皮亚克大学最近一次的全国调查也发现,奥巴马的持率为59%。Quinnipiac pollster Peter Brown says Mr. Obama's personal ratings suggest stronger public support for him than for his economic program. "There is much more of a public relations job that is needed to convince the public. And at this point, he is doing it because people want to see him succeed. The fact that he is doing as well as he is among non-Democrats shows that people at this point are willing to give him the benefit of the doubt," Brown said.Political experts may differ on Mr. Obama's approach of trying to do everything at once on the economy, but there is general agreement that the new president's strategy is bold and potentially risky. 尽管政治分析人士对奥巴马试图多管齐下处理经济问题的做法有不同意见,但是他们似乎都一致认定,新总统的战略很大胆,也有潜在的风险。"Whether this president succeeds or fails, he's going to do it in historic proportions. It seems to me that in a sense, it is another New Deal or Great Society. You may support it. You may oppose it. But it is big," says Larry Sabato, who directs the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia. 维吉尼亚大学政治中心主任萨巴托说:“不管总统成败与否,他将要做的是具有历史意义的。在我看来,这是另一次‘新政’,或是‘大社会’,你可能会持它,也可能反对它,但是,它的确是个庞大的计划。”And with a big plan comes big risk. President Obama is banking on an improvement in the domestic economy before public support for him and his policies begins to ebb in the opinion polls. 庞大的计划伴随着巨大的风险。奥巴马总统现在把希望寄托于改善国内经济上,并要抓紧公众对他和他政策的持率尚未退潮的时机来实现这一目标。03/63868 固原前列腺炎治疗什么价格西吉县妇幼保健所男科电话

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