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上海脱毛哪里便宜上海市徐汇区宛平地段医院激光祛痣多少钱12/93037奉贤区固体硅胶隆鼻价格 Transcript of Prime Minister's broadcast on education - 17 November 2000 How well our children do at school is vital, of course, to the youngsters themselves and their families. A good start at school, a good education, makes a huge difference to children's chances in later life. But the quality of education our children receive also matters to the country as a whole - because our future economic success and prosperity depends on it. In this new century, more than ever before, the raw material that counts is the talent and skills of our people. So to succeed, we need to make sure that everyone gets the chance to make the most of that potential. It's for these reasons that we made education our number one priority. And we have backed that pledge with record and sustained investment. It is investment which can only be afforded now and in future years because of the tough decisions taken to bring long-term stability to our economy. The importance of education to our children and our country is why I was so pleased this week to hear of the steady progress taking place in our secondary schools. The latest performance tables highlight the continued and welcome improvements in overall standards. It's particularly good news that we have seen better than average improvements in secondary schools in some of our inner-city areas. Many inner city schools now have programmes for bright children, extra staff to cope with those with problems and more backing to improve discipline. And they show how the policies that David Blunkett has targeted at those communities with some of the greatest problems, are paying off. But while I'm pleased that Government policies are playing their part in these improvements, the real hard work has been done by the pupils, parents and, of course, teachers. It's the thousands of dedicated teachers, day in day out in classrooms up and down the country, who are making the difference. And these results show just what can be achieved by committed teachers and their pupils, supported by effective national strategies and investment. The results also build on the dramatic improvements we have aly seen in our primary schools. Here the introduction of the numeracy and literacy hours have helped teachers ensure their pupils have a better grip on the basics. So successful have these dedicated lessons proved - and so popular have they proved with teachers - that we are now extending them to the early years in secondary schools. They will particularly help those children who leave primary school without reaching the standards in ing, writing and maths expected for their age. pound;82 million more has been allocated by David Blunkett, whose leadership has played such a vital role in improving standards, to give secondary teachers the support and the tools they need to adapt the literacy and numeracy strategies for their pupils. Our secondary schools then can improve just like our primary schools. So, pupils, parents and teachers have real reason for pride. But there's no room for complacency. We need to keep improving standards. We need to keep working so that the standards in our best comprehensive schools - like Thomas Telford School in Shropshire where every pupil achieved five or more A* to C grades in their GCSE exams last year - become the norm. We've aly greatly expanded specialist schools like this. Within four years, nearly 30 per cent of all secondaries will have a specialism in technology, languages, arts and sports. We need to keep working so that the progress witnessed in these schools - whose results are improving at 50 per cent more than the average level - then help drive up standards across all secondaries. Pupils can't bring about these improvements on their own. Nor can teachers, parents or the Government. It needs us all to continue working together to deliver the results we want. It's important we succeed - for the future of our children and for our country. 200705/13285President Bush Meets with Pakistani Prime Minister Gilani   PRESIDENT BUSH: Mr. Prime Minister, thank you for coming. It's the first time we've had a chance to visit, and I appreciate the very candid discussion we had. I appreciate the fact that you're committed to working to make sure that relations between the ed States and Pakistan are strong and vibrant and productive.   And one area where our relations can be productive is we cooperate on economic matters, because the truth of the matter is, in a population that has got hope as a result of being able to find work, is a population that is going to make it harder for extremists and terrorists to find safe haven.   And so I appreciate very much our candid discussion about the economy. I fully understand that you're dealing with serious food prices. I appreciate the compassion you showed for the people of Pakistan. I told the President -- the Prime Minister that one thing we can do, having talked to the President of Afghanistan, is help Afghanistan grow wheat, help Afghanistan become self-sufficient, which will take the pressure off of the people of Pakistan.   The Prime Minister and I talked, of course, about our common desire to protect ourselves and others from those who would do harm. And I want to thank your steadfast support and your strength of character and your understanding of the problems we face. Relations are good between our two countries and they will continue to be good. And I want to thank you for coming and to -- and advancing those relations. Welcome.   PRIME MINISTER GILANI: Thank you. Thank you very much, Mr. President, for this opportunity. I want to take your call to confidence that, with the change of the new government in Pakistan, with a new democratic government in this country, there's a change for the system. And I've been unanimously elected as the Prime Minister of Pakistan; that's the first time in the history of Pakistan. And we have discussed in detail on a few issues like economics, like the food problems, like the energy problems.   And the common problem, and that is the biggest threat to the world, is terrorism and extremism. And our government is committed to fight for terrorism and extremism; it is against the humanity, it's against the world, and I have lost my own great leader, Benazir Bhutto, because of terrorism.   Therefore I pledge and I stand by the world to fight against extremism and terrorism. I appreciate the support of Mr. President for our concerns on both social sectors, economic sectors, energy sectors, and we want to work together on all these issues. And I once again thank Mr. President for extending this opportunity.   PRESIDENT BUSH: Yes, sir, Mr. Prime Minister. Thank you, Mr. Prime Minister. 200806/41597上海市第八人民医院激光除皱多少钱

浦东新区治疗狐臭多少钱THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. This Memorial Day weekend, Americans honor those who have given their lives in service to our Nation. As we pay tribute to the brave men and women who died for our freedom, we also honor those who are defending our liberties around the world today. On Wednesday, I met with some of the courageous young men and women who will soon take their place in the defense of our Nation: the graduating class of the ed States Coast Guard Academy. Since its inception, the Coast Guard has patrolled and protected America's shores. And in this time of war, the Coast Guard has assumed new responsibilities to defend our Nation against terrorist infiltration and help stop new attacks. I was proud to stand with the Class of 2007 and thank them for their bold decision to wear the uniform. The men and women of the Coast Guard are fighting alongside soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines who have also volunteered to protect America. We live in freedom because patriots such as these are willing to serve, and many have given their lives in defense of our Nation. On Monday, I will lay a wreath at Arlington National Cemetery to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in their country's cause. One of those who gave his life was Sergeant David Christoff, Jr., of Rossford, Ohio. The day after the attacks of September the 11th, David walked into a recruiting station to become a ed States Marine. Asked why he made the decision to serve, David said: "I don't want my brother and sister to live in fear." David eventually deployed to Iraq, where he fought street by street in the battle of Fallujah and earned a Purple Heart for wounds suffered in action. While on leave back home, David learned his company was headed for combat in Afghanistan. But he knew there was also a job to finish in Iraq. So he asked to be reassigned to a unit headed for Iraq, and last May he died in Anbar province where the Marines are taking the fight to al Qaeda. When his family received his belongings, his mother and his father each found a letter from David. He asked that they pray for his fellow Marines and all those still serving overseas. On Memorial Day, our Nation honors Sergeant Christoff's final request. We pray for our men and women serving in harm's way. We pray for their safe return. And we pray for their families and loved ones, who also serve our country with their support and sacrifice. On Memorial Day, we rededicate ourselves to freedom's cause. In Iraq and Afghanistan, millions have shown their desire to be free. We are determined to help them secure their liberty. Our troops are helping them build democracies that respect the rights of their people, uphold the rule of law, and fight extremists alongside America in the war on terror. With the valor and determination of our men and women in uniform, I am confident that we will succeed and leave a world that is safer and more peaceful for our children and grandchildren. On Memorial Day, we also pay tribute to Americans from every generation who have given their lives for our freedom. From Valley Forge to Vietnam, from Kuwait to Kandahar, from Berlin to Baghdad, brave men and women have given up their own futures so that others might have a future of freedom. Because of their sacrifice, millions here and around the world enjoy the blessings of liberty. And wherever these patriots rest, we offer them the respect and gratitude of our Nation. Thank you for listening. 200801/23698上海第九人民医院治疗狐臭多少钱 The President reflects on lessons from his time spent outside Washington recently, which only reinforced the core principles in his budget. The budget will be his central focus throughout this week: "These investments are not a wish list of priorities that I picked out of thin air – they are a central part of a comprehensive strategy to grow this economy by attacking the very problems that have dragged it down for too long: the high cost of health care and our dependence on oil; our education deficit and our fiscal deficit." mp4视频下载 mp3音频下载 03/65124嘉定打botox要多少钱

上海嘴巴微整需要多少钱We are a strong nation, and we will maintain strength so sufficient that it need not be proven in combat我们是一个强大的国家,我们将保持无需通过竞赛加以明的强大实力。a quiet strength based not merely on the size of an arsenal, but on the nobility of ideas.这是一种平静的实力,并不单纯取决于拥有多少武器贮备,而是建立在崇高观念之上。We will be ever vigilant and never vulnerable, and we will fight our wars against poverty, ignorance, and injustice我们要一如既往地保持警惕,永不陷于不堪一击的境地;而且我们还要向贫困、愚昧和不公正开战,for those are the enemies against which our forces can be honorably marshaled.因为这些都是我们能够光荣地调动力量加以攻击的敌人。We are a purely idealistic Nation, but let no one confuse our idealism with weakness.我们是一个以理想主义为荣的国家,但任何人都不要把我们的理想主义误认为软弱。Because we are free we can never be indifferent to the fate of freedom elsewhere.我们因为自己是自由的,因而决不能对自由在其他地方的命运漠然置之。Our moral sense dictates a clearcut preference for these societies which share with us an abiding respect for individual human rights.我们的道义感驱使我们对那些与我们同样一贯尊重个人人权的社会抱有鲜明的好感。We do not seek to intimidate, but it is clear that a world which others can dominate with impunity would be inhospitable to decency and a threat to the well-being of all people.我们无意进行恫吓,但是,一个有人可以肆无忌惮地作威作福的世界,则显然不合情理,而且威胁到世界各国人民的幸福。The world is still engaged in a massive armaments race designed to ensure continuing equivalent strength among potential adversaries.目前世界各国仍然耽溺于大规模的军备竞赛,目的在于确保自己在潜在的对手中间继续保持同等的实力。We pledge perseverance and wisdom in our efforts to limit the worlds armaments to those necessary for each nations own domestic safety.我们保要坚韧不拔地作出明智努力,力争将世界军备限制在各个国家国内安全所需的范围内。And we will move this year a step toward ultimate goal—the elimination of all nuclear weapons from this Earth.今年,我们还将向在地球上销毁一切核武器这一最终目标迈出一步。03/437822 America will not pretend that jailed dissidents prefer their chains, or that women welcome humiliation and servitude, or that any human being aspires to live at the mercy of bullies.美国不会装模作样地默认被关押的异议者自我选择了枷锁,也不会默认妇女成为可耻的代名词,看着她们变成奴仆,同样不会默认任何人类的一员仰人鼻息地生活.We will encourage reform in other governments by making clear that success in our relations will require the decent treatment of their own people.我们将鼓励其它政府的改革,我们将明确表示与美国良好的关系要求他们善对自己的公民.Americas belief in human dignity will guide our policies, yet rights must be more than the grudging concessions of dictators; they are secured by free dissent and the participation of the governed.美国对人的尊严的信念将指导我们的政策,但是人民权力并不是源于独裁者违心的让步,它们应该源于人民反对的自由和被统治者的平等参与.In the long run, there is no justice without freedom, and there can be no human rights without human liberty. 从长远看,没有自由,就没有正义,没有人民的自由就不存在人权.Some, I know, have questioned the global appeal of liberty though this time in history, four decades defined by the swiftest advance of freedom ever seen, is an odd time for doubt.我知道,有些人质疑全球自由,尽管经过四十年自由迅猛的发展,这个怀疑似乎不合时宜.Americans, of all people, should never be surprised by the power of our ideals.美国全体人民不应被我们理念的力量所惊吓.Eventually, the call of freedom comes to every mind and every soul.最终,自由呼唤将发自每一个心灵.We do not accept the existence of permanent tyranny because we do not accept the possibility of permanent slavery.我们拒绝接受永恒的专制,因为我们拒绝接受永久的奴役.Liberty will come to those who love it. 自由将来到热爱她的人们中间.Today, America speaks anew to the peoples of the world:今天,美国再次对全世界各族人民说:All who live in tyranny and hopelessness can know: the ed States will not ignore your oppression, or excuse your oppressors.所有生活在暴政和绝望下的人都会知道:美国不会无视你们所受到的压迫,不会饶恕你们的压迫者。When you stand for your liberty, we will stand with you.当你们持自由时,美国将与你们站在一起。Democratic reformers facing repression, prison, or exile can know: America sees you for who you are: the future leaders of your free country.面临镇压、囚禁或者流亡的民主改革人士知道:美国把你们看作是你们国家今后的领导人。The rulers of outlaw regimes can know that we still believe as Abraham Lincoln did:非法政府的统治者知道,我们仍然像亚伯拉罕·林肯一样认为:Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves; and, under the rule of a just God, cannot long retain it.;“那些不让别人享有自由的人自己不配拥有自由,而且也不会长久地享有自由。”03/438288上海复旦大学附属华东医院打美白针多少钱上海市浦东新区周浦医院激光祛斑手术多少钱

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