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厦门祛除眼角肥胖纹厦门e光祛真皮斑哪家医院好Ive seen the hopeful faces of young graduates and our newest military officers.我曾见到年轻毕业生和新军官们充满希望的面庞。Ive mourned with grieving families searching for answers, and found grace in a Charleston church.我曾和悲痛的家庭一起哀悼来寻找,并在查尔斯顿教堂寻求宽恕。Ive seen our scientists help a paralyzed man regain his sense of touch, and our wounded warriors walk again.我曾见到我们的科学家帮助瘫痪的人恢复他的触觉,让我们受伤的士兵能再次行走。Ive seen our doctors and volunteers rebuild after earthquakes and stop pandemics in their tracks.我们曾见到医生们和志愿者们在地震之后重建家园,并阻止了流行病的蔓延。Ive learned from students who are building robots and curing diseases and who will change the world in ways we cant even imagine.我从制造机器人治愈疾病的学生们身上学习,他们将用我们甚至无法想象的方式来改变世界。Ive seen the youngest of children remind us of our obligations to care for our refugees, to work in peace, and above all to look out for each other.我曾见到最年幼的孩子们提醒我们,我们有义务照顾我们的难民,和平共处,至关重要的是彼此照料。Thats whats possible when we come together in the slow, hard, sometimes frustrating, but always vital work of self-government.我们一起努力,让自治政府中缓慢,困难,有时是沮丧,但总是最至关重要的工作变成现实,成为可能。But we cant take our democracy for granted.但我们不能认为我们的民主是理所当然的。All of us, regardless of party, should throw ourselves into the work of citizenship.我们所有人,不管是什么党派,都应该将自己投身于公民的伟大事业中。201701/488773湖里区做双眼皮多少钱 /200703/10902即学即用英语会话词典D部分:厌烦进入《即学即用英语会话词典文本》下载页面即学即用英语会话词典这部词典着眼日常生活、学习、工作等语言环境,囊括了当今美国最最简洁、最地道的日常口语表达方式。本词典获得2002年全国优秀畅销书奖 /200707/15650湖里区去蝴蝶斑多少钱

厦门做重睑手术Good afternoon, everybody. If we could get started. If everybody could take their seats, please. Just to summarize where weve been, in the morning session we discussed the extensive and impressive national action steps that many of us have taken, and the collective efforts that weve made to reduce the amount of nuclear material that might be accessible to terrorists around the world. During lunch, we focused on international institutions. And I was heartened by our collective commitment to ensure that the IAEA, Interpol, the ed Nations, and the various coalitions that have formed are properly resourced and supported by various nation states in order for them to be able to carry out the ongoing work that will be required to ensure that the commitments and pledges and practices that we have put into place during the course of these Nuclear Security Summits carry forward. This afternoons session turns the focus on the terrorist networks themselves. It tells us the possible consequences of terrorists obtaining and using a weapon of mass destruction. Fortunately, as I said this morning, no terrorist group has yet succeeded in getting their hands on a nuclear device. Our work here will help ensure that were doing everything possible to prevent that. This is also an opportunity for our nations to remain united and focused on the most active terrorist network at the moment, and that is ISIL. A majority of the nations here are part of the global coalition against ISIL. A number of our countries have been targeted by ISIL attacks. Just about all of our nations have seen citizens join ISIL in Syria and Iraq. So this is a threat to us all. In Syria and Iraq, ISIL continues to lose ground. Thats the good news. Our coalition continues to take out its leaders, including those planning external terrorist attacks. They are losing their oil infrastructure. They are losing their revenues. Morale is suffering. We believe that the flow of foreign fighters into Syria and Iraq has slowed, even as the threat from foreign fighters returning to commit acts of horrific violence remains all too real. In fact, as ISIL is squeezed in Syria and Iraq, we can anticipate it lashing out elsewhere, as weve seen most recently and tragically in countries from Turkey to Brussels. This means that the sense of urgency that weve shown in destroying ISIL in Iraq and Syria also has to infuse our efforts to prevent attacks around the world. We need to do even more to prevent the flow of foreign terrorist fighters. After the Paris attacks, the ed States deployed surge teams to Europe to bolster these efforts, and well be deploying additional teams in the near future. We all have a role to play. Were all going to have to do more when it comes to intelligence-sharing. We simply cannot afford to have critical intelligence not being shared as needed – whether between governments or within governments. And today is an opportunity to explore ways to step up those efforts. Looking around this room, I see nations that represent the overwhelming majority of humanity – from different regions, races, religions, cultures. But our people do share common aspirations to live in security and peace and to be free from fear. The fight against ISIL will continue to be difficult, but, together, we are making real progress, and Im absolutely confident that we will prevail and destroy this vile organization. As compared to ISILs vision of death and destruction, I believe our nations together offer a hopeful vision focused on what we can build for our people. With that, what Id like to do is ask the press to depart. We will then be showing a that focuses attention on possible scenarios that might emerge with respect to terrorist networks. It will give us a good opportunity to test those areas where we still have work to do, and how we can strengthen our collective efforts against these networks. So, if I could ask the press to depart promptly, please.201604/436729厦门祛青春痘哪家最好 President Obama: Hello, everybody! Merry Christmas! Aloha! Mele Kalikimaka! Thank you so much. Well, I just want to, first of all, thank Colonel Killeen and General Cavanaugh and Sergeant Major Hall and all of you for the unbelievable service that you have rendered our country. This is one of our favorite things to do, because its one of those circumstances where we get a chance to not just say thank you to our incredible men and women in uniform but, oftentimes, we also get a chance to see some families. And as Michelle and Jill Biden have worked so diligently to tell the rest of the country, not only do our troops serve, but their families serve alongside them. See – – thats what she just said. And yesterday, during Christmas, something that Ive been doing every Christmas – Mrs. Obama: Christmas Eve. President Obama: Or yesterday, during Christmas Eve, thank you, but it was Christmas – Mrs. Obama: Hes on vacation. President Obama: No, no, no, hold on – theres a reason for that slight error, because my time was off. Yesterday, I called – as I do every Christmas – some of our folks that are stationed overseas in Iraq and Afghanistan and some in some very remote spots; some of them who, as we speak, are carrying out missions to defeat ISIL, carrying out missions to protect us from all manner of threat. And just to remind them that, as tough as it is to be deployed, the people here in America, back home, understand that every single day that youre serving, youre fighting for our freedom and fighting to keep us safe and fighting to maintain our way of life. Its impossible for us to fully repay what youve done and the sacrifices you make. But at least its important to hear from us that what you do matters, and that we know about it, and that were grateful, and that well stay grateful even when many of you end up being out of uniform and are veterans, and that we make sure that were serving you as well you served us. So I just want all of you to know that it has been the privilege of my life to serve as your Commander-in-Chief. I know Michelle feels the same way when it comes to being able to stand alongside our military families and our veterans. And although this will be my last time addressing you as President, I want you to know that, as a citizen, my gratitude will remain and our commitment to standing by you every step of the way – that wont stop. So thank you so much for everything that youve done. I hope you guys have had a wonderful Christmas. Young people, I hope Santa was okay. And we look forward to seeing you for many years to come, because I understand that I still have a little bit of rank as ex-President. So I still get to use the gym on base – – and, of course, the golf course. So thank you very much, everybody. God bless you. Well see you taking pictures. Thank you.201701/487915厦门地区永久性脱体毛哪家医院好

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