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盐城市第三人民医院联系电话盐城协和医院中医生科Download mp4 (109MB) | mp3 (3MB)From my family to yours, Irsquo;d like to wish you a happy Thanksgiving. Like millions of Americans, Michelle, Malia, Sasha and I will spend the day eating great food, watching a little football, and reflecting on how truly lucky we truly are.As Americans, each of us has our own list of things and people to be thankful for. But there are some blessings we all share.Wersquo;re especially grateful for the men and women who defend our country overseas. To all the service members eating Thanksgiving dinner far from your families: the American people are thinking of you today. And when you come home, we intend to make sure that we serve you as well as yoursquo;re serving America.Wersquo;re also grateful for the Americans who are taking time out of their holiday to serve in soup kitchens and shelters, making sure their neighbors have a hot meal and a place to stay. This sense of mutual responsibility ndash; the idea that I am my brotherrsquo;s keeper; that I am my sisterrsquo;s keeper ndash; has always been a part of what makes our country special. And itrsquo;s one of the reasons the Thanksgiving tradition has endured.The very first Thanksgiving was a celebration of community during a time of great hardship, and we have followed that example ever since. Even when the fate of our union was far from certain ndash; during a Civil War, two World Wars, a Great Depression ndash; Americans drew strength from each other. They had faith that tomorrow would be better than today. Wersquo;re grateful that they did. As we gather around the table, we pause to remember the pilgrims, pioneers, and patriots who helped make this country what it is. They faced impossible odds, and yet somehow, they persevered. Today, itrsquo;s our turn.I know that for many of you, this Thanksgiving is more difficult than most. But no matter how tough things are right now, we still give thanks for that most American of blessings, the chance to determine our own destiny. The problems we face didnrsquo;t develop overnight, and we wonrsquo;t solve them overnight. But we will solve them. All it takes is for each of us to do our part. With all the partisanship and gridlock here in Washington, itrsquo;s easy to wonder if such unity is really possible. But think about whatrsquo;s happening at this very moment: Americans from all walks of life are coming together as one people, grateful for the blessings of family, community, and country.If we keep that spirit alive, if we support each other, and look out for each other, and remember that wersquo;re all in this together, then I know that we too will overcome the challenges of our time.So today, Irsquo;m thankful to serve as your President and Commander-and-Chief. Irsquo;m thankful that my daughters get to grow up in this great country of ours. And Irsquo;m thankful for the chance to do my part, as together, we make tomorrow better than today.Thanks, and have a wonderful Thanksgiving.201111/162489江苏省东台市人民医院前列腺炎多少钱 The essence of freedom is that each of us shares in the shaping of his own destiny.什么是自由的精髓,那就是共同努力塑造未来。Until he has been part of a cause larger than himself, no man is truly whole.在这项伟大事业中,没有人是完整的。The way to fulfillment is in the use of our talents; we achieve nobility in the spirit that inspires that use.实现这些需要我们的才能与智慧,通过它获得辉煌成功。As we measure what can be done, we shall promise only what we know we can produce, but as we chart our goals we shall be lifted by our dreams.当我们估量能够做什么时,我们只应许诺能做到的事。但在制订目标时,却要有远大的理想。No man can be fully free while his neighbor is not. To go forward at all is to go forward together.如果你的邻舍没有自由,你就不会得到完全的自由。只有共同前进才能前进。This means black and white together, as one nation, not two.这就是说黑人和白人共有一个国家,不是分为两个。The laws have caught up with our conscience. What remains is to give life to what is in the law:法律是按照我们的良心制订的。剩下的问题就是赋予法律条文以生命:to ensure at last that as all are born equal in dignity before God, all are born equal in dignity before man.保既然一切人在上帝面前生来就有同等的尊严,在人的面前也应有同等的尊严。As we learn to go forward together at home, let us also seek to go forward together with all mankind.我们在国内要学会团结所有人共同前进,让我们也努力求得全人类的共同前进吧。Let us take as our goal: where peace is unknown, make it welcome; where peace is fragile, make it strong; where peace is temporary, make it permanent.让我们实现这一目标,在那些不知道什么叫和平的地方,要使和平成为受人欢迎的东西;在那些和平脆弱的地方,要使它牢固起来;在那些和平只是暂时存在的地方,要使它成为永久的东西.After a period of confrontation, we are entering an era of negotiation.经过一段对抗时期,我们正进入一个谈判时代。Let all nations know that during this administration our lines of communication will be open.让所有国家都知道,在本届政府任期内,交流通道是敞开的。We seek an open world--open to ideas, open to the exchange of goods and people--a world in which no people, great or small, will live in angry isolation.我们谋求一个开放的世界——对各种思想开放,对物资和人员的交流开放,在这个世界中,任何民族,不论大小,都不会生活在怏怏不乐的孤立之中。We cannot expect to make everyone our friend, but we can try to make no one our enemy.我们不能指望每个人都成为我们的朋友,可是我们能设法使任何人都不与我们为敌。Those who would be our adversaries, we invite to a peaceful competition--not in conquering territory or extending dominion, but in enriching the life of man.我们邀请那些很可能是我们对手的人进行一场和平竞赛——不是要征领土或扩展版图,而是要丰富人类的生活。As we explore the reaches of space, let us go to the new worlds together--not as new worlds to be conquered, but as a new adventure to be shared.在探索宇宙空间的时候,让我们一起走向新的世界——不是走向被征的新世界,而是共同进行一次新的探险。With those who are willing to join, let us cooperate to reduce the burden of arms, to strengthen the structure of peace, to lift up the poor and the hungry.让我们同那些愿意加入这一行列的人共同合作,减少军备负担,加固和平大厦,提高贫穷挨饿的人们的生活水平。02/43781621世纪爱立信杯全国英语演讲比赛 第六名 美国经典英文演讲100篇总统演讲布莱尔首相演讲美国总统布什演讲快报 200809/47614大丰市治疗宫颈肥大多少钱

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盐城协和医院做照影哪家医院吗?President Bush Meets with Chancellor Merkel of Germany at G8 Summit PRESIDENT BUSH: Madam Chancellor, thank you for yet another visit. I value your friendship. I value your advice. We talked about a lot of common problems, and a lot of common opportunities. We talked about the G8. We talked about the need to work -- continue to work together on Iran. Angela Merkel is a constructive force for good. And I appreciate your time. Thank you. CHANCELLOR MERKEL: Well, thank you very much. As always, we've had a very interesting exchange of view, very intensive exchange of view, and let me tell you that I'm very satisfied with the work that has gone on on the G8 documents, as regards progress on the issue of climate change, cooperation in the area of food and oil. We discussed here a number of other foreign policy -- foreign policy -- foreign political issues, sorry. We also discussed WTO and the positive conclusion to that negotiating process. And let me say that we are hopeful that such a successful conclusion may be possible over the next few weeks to come.200807/43666 REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENTAT NATURALIZATION CEREMONYFOR ACTIVE DUTY SERVICE MEMBERSEast Room1:27 P.M. EDTTHE PRESIDENT: Thank you. Thank you so much. This is a lot of fun. This makes so much of the hard work we do worth it, to see this ceremony here today. It is my honor and my personal pleasure to be the first to address you as my fellow Americans. (Applause.) And welcome to your White House. (Applause.) Now, I know this day carries a lot of meaning not only for you, but for your family members and your fellow service members who join you today.Each of you has a unique story to tell about the journey that led you here. You hail from every corner of the Earth -- from Southeast Asia to Central Europe, from West Africa to South America. Some of you came to this country as young children, because your parents wanted to give you a better life in the land of opportunity. Others traveled here as adults, enduring hardship and sacrifice, to provide for your own families.But all of you have one thing in common: You're here because you have not merely chosen to live in this country; you've chosen to serve this country.You're here for the same reason that Jeonathan Zapata is here. Jeonathan recently returned from serving as part of our efforts in Afghanistan. He actually helped man the 400,000th aircraft landing aboard the USS Kitty Hawk. And Jeonathan wanted to serve the country he considers his own -- even though he was not yet a citizen -- because America had been so good to him, from the time he came here from Nicaragua as a child. "By serving in the military," Jeonathan says, "I can also give back to the U.S."So, Jeonathan, I'd like you to stand. (Applause.)You're here for the same reason -- you can sit down now, Jeonathan -- (applause.) You're here for the same reason that Chryshann Pierre is here. Chryshann, where are you? There you are. (Applause.) Chryshann is an Army Specialist returning from service in Iraq late last year. Originally she joined the military because she wanted to provide stability for her three children. But then she discovered something she did not expect: She loves being in the Army. (Laughter.) In fact, she even said that she loved basic training. Chryshann, you've got to be pretty tough to love basic training. (Laughter.)You all have your own stories -- you can sit down, Chryshann -- (applause.) You all have your own stories of how you came to this country. And you all have your own personal reasons for why you joined the military. But in the service that you render, in the sacrifices that each of you have made and will continue to make, in the commitment you've shown to your adopted nation, you're part of a larger story -- America's story.For more than two centuries, this nation has been a beacon of hope and opportunity -- a place that has drawn enterprising men and women from around the world who have sought to build a life as good as their talents and their hard work would allow. And generation after generation of immigrants have come to these shores because they believe that in America all things are possible.So you are not only living examples of that promise; you're also serving to defend that promise for future generations. And your service reminds all of us that much of the strength of this country is drawn from those who have chosen to call it home. It's not lost on me or anybody here today that at a time when we face an economic crisis born in many ways of irresponsibility, there are those who are actively pursuing greater responsibility.And one person here today who fits that description well enough is Jeanne Ebongue Tapo -- right here. She grew up in a poor family in Gabon, Africa, the daughter of a single mother raising five children by herself. And Jeanne immigrated to the ed States to provide for her family and to pursue her dream of becoming a dentist. And that's why she joined the Navy. And she hoped she'd have the opportunity to work and see the world and also earn her education.And that's exactly what she has been able to do. She has started college; she's had the chance to travel. And even though she's had to make sacrifices to be apart from her loved ones, the people she's met in the Navy have become like a "family away from home." And she's had the chance to be a part of what it feels like -- what feels like a small community and, at the same time, to be part of something much larger than herself. So Jeanne, thank you. (Applause.)Despite all the -- all that she's faced, despite all the obstacles that she's overcome, Jeanne has made it her mission to serve others. "At the end of the day," she said, "the only thing that matters is that I helped."As our newest Americans, all of you remind us just how precious our citizenship is -- of how much it's worth and why it's worth protecting. You all remind us that citizenship is not just a collection of rights, it's also a set of responsibilities; that America's success is not a gift, it is hard-won. It depends on each of us doing our part.So thank you all for your service. I am extraordinarily proud of you. And your nation is grateful to you.So now it is also my privilege to present a distinguished American with an award in recognition of the many contributions of naturalized citizens like all of you. It's called the "Outstanding American by Choice" Award. It's given to -- it's given by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, and it is my honor to award it to Peter Lemon. And let me tell you a little bit about Peter. Peter was just 19 years old, and a citizen for just seven years, when he and his platoon came under fire in the Tay Ninh Province of Vietnam.Wounded by shrapnel from a mortar that exploded near his foxhole, Specialist Lemon kept fighting to protect his position against wave after wave of attack. The battle raged for hours. He was wounded a second time, and then a third. But he refused to give up, even leaving his foxhole and exposed himself to enemy fire in order to continue to defend his fellow Rangers.In fact, once the fight was over, Specialist Lemon refused to be evacuated until others had been taken to a field hospital. And Pete would spend a month in the hospital himself to recover from his injuries. Soon after he returned home, he would be presented with the Medal of Honor by President Nixon. Today, Peter Lemon is a proud father and a proud veteran -- as well as an author and a filmmaker. And he has devoted his time and energies to talking about what his own experiences have meant to him and what he has learned -- to encourage each and every one of us that the way to make the most of our talents is to make a difference in the lives of others.His experience is a testament to the men and women who have come to this country to build a better life for themselves and their families -- and who have, by their commitment and contribution, made America a much better place as well.So it is my honor to present this "Outstanding American by Choice" Award to Peter Lemon. Peter, will you please come here? (Applause.)(The award is presented.)One of you might win this someday. You're aly well on the way. END1:34 P.M. EDT05/68553盐城三院怎么样盐城协和女子医院是正规医院么



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