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新城区小腿减肥多少钱呼市附属自治区医院光子脱毛多少钱呼和浩特纹眉多少钱 Alright, you people cutting fifty basis points on the fed funds rate, / fifty basis points on the discount rate. And now the question did they get it right. Well, who better to ask than two people who have been in that room in their frist television appearance since retiring from the fed let's bring in former fed governor Susan Bies, Robert Mcteer, former president of the Dallas Fed also with us, and there could be no better time to have both of you with us with your perspective. Susan, you were there through March and your comment was…I…it isn't clear to me that Fed has to cut at this meeting and yet we got fifty on both rates, are you surprised? Did they make a mistake?Well, I am surprised at the fifty basis points on the Fed funds rate. I didn’t think that they needed to go that aggressively on the Fed funds rate; I think the discount rate was a welcome change. But the Fed funds rate did surprise me to go fifty. I would guess that what is based on the statement is what they are concerned about, is the forecast. We know that a large part of this mortgage difficulty is only going to get worse in the next year or two, as we continue to have more and more of the teaser rate mortgages repricing upward by a couple points or more for many borrowers. And so the impact on the housing sector is only gonna intensify. And my guess is by going all at once now they are trying to jump ahead of what they are likely to see in the housing impact.And Bob, where do you fall on this debate that Steven Leason was just raising which is, just, is this the Fed's effort to say here we go, we are gonna surprise everybody, we are gonna throw out a big cut ,exclamation point, we are done or they did not say they are done.Well, as we learned the other day, Fed people don’t use exclamation point until they retire. Ur…I think, I think it was natural for them to make that reference and there might have been a little bit of a bone to throw to some potential dissenters in it. But let’s face it, inflation is still an issue. However, I think they did exactly the right thing, and they did what I call for them to do in my latest blog posting if you wanna look it up.I did look it up, I, I've it. I see it here you were completely right. Susan, can I ask you a question though? Since you were there in March, how much dissent was there, in your view, in the room when they went through this decision? Beacuse this wasn't what everybody expected, no one knew what to expect, so I can’t imagine it was easy and everyone says “Ok, unanimous fifty, fifty!”I would think there would have been a fairly robust discussion around the table. Now There is few new members around the table from the time I was there, we've got a couple of new presidents in the room. And I don’t really know where they may stand on this. But I think the fact that we have such an unprecedented experience going on in the subprime market. Usually when we have problems with mortgage defaults we are in a general recession. And that isn't happening here. It also hits when interest rates are rising quickly. That isn’t happening. These are all due to the structure of the individual mortgage loans and the teasier periods that they had. So that makes it difficult to relook at past history to do the forecast. So I imagine part of the discussion was around how to look at the forecast about the broader economic impact. Coz a lot of companies are still reporting good earnings, retail sales are good, so the economics in the real economy right now are looking like they are still sound outside of the housing market.Bob, what about another issue that you raised in your blog? You said the reluctance to borrow, you are saying if we cut interest rates, people may be more interested in borrowing money, but it won’t solve the bigger picture problem which appears to be a reluctance to lend which as you are saying in your blog is not helped by lower interest rate. It almost makes me think the Fed isn't really relevant here they can’t solve the problemWell if this thing leads to a recession and I do think the odds of that have gone up considerably, the easing will help moderate the recession or might even help ward it off. I do think though that this is a little bit of different kind of credit crunch. Back in the early nineties that credit crunch involved both the reluctance to lend and the reluctance to borrow. As far as I know right now, it’s only lenders that are afraid to lend, borrowers are eager. And you don’t really stimulate lending by lowering interest rates.Alright, well, Susan and Bob, thank you very much. Very intersting, we'll continue to dissect this decision.Notes:Teaser Rate: A very low but very temporary introductory rate on an adjustable rate mortgage or credit card. 200807/43951探索世界奥秘之万里长城 7And many never returned home, ending up in graveyards like this one. Large tombs for generals, small ones for the soldiers, and all of them died defending the Great Wall. But the soldiers' misery did benefit someone. Their presence provided safety from attacks to traders and travelers. Hugging the wall for protection from bandits, caravans left China laden with silk, furs, pottery and rhubarb(大黄), a plant unknown in the West and highly prized as a medicine. This was the famed Silk Road. The traders returned with gold, ivory and coral. It was a dangerous route, running through some of the world's worst deserts, but at least the wall and its guards stopped raids by nomadic bandits along much of its length. And it wasn't just trade goods that flowed up and down the Silk Road, Along with the commodities came ideas and inventions: from China came the magnetic compass, an invention that made it possible for Columbus to find America, and from the West came religion, early forms of Christianity and most important for the Chinese, Buddhism. The art that came with Buddhism revolutionized China. Accustomed to building on a massive scale, the Chinese applied what they had learned from building the wall to the new religious art, and the result was colossal. These giant carved stone Buddhas are among the largest sculptures ever created, a mixture of native artistic talent and foreign ideas. But the art wasn't always on such a grand scale. The little desert oasis of Dunhuang(敦煌) is where the travelers on the Silk Road sheltered by the Great Wall rested and prepared for one of the toughest stretches of their journey. Soon they passed through the Jade Gate(玉门关), the last gateway in the Great Wall and headed for the terrors of the Taklamakan Desert(塔克拉玛干沙漠), the worst desert in the world. To help ensure their safe journey, travelers paid local artists to paint Buddhist shrines in the cliffs around Dunhuang. Shrines in which they had their own portraits painted, a reminder to the gods of their help they would require in the next few weeks.hug: stay close to200707/15847内蒙古呼和浩特市做黑脸娃娃多少钱

呼和浩特土默特左旗脱小腿毛多少钱Australia Offers Sanctuary to Iraqi Workers澳将接纳数千为澳军务伊拉克人  Australia will offer a permanent home to hundreds of its Iraqi employees when Canberra pulls its combat forces out of the troubled country later this year. There are fears these employees could face retribution after Australian troops are withdrawn.  澳大利亚今年晚些时候把军队撤离麻烦不断的伊拉克的时候,将接纳数以千计的伊拉克雇员到澳大利亚永久定居。有人担心这些雇员在堪培拉撤回部队以后可能会遭到报复。 When senior Australian government ministers recently visited Iraq, their country's soldiers urged the government not to abandon Iraqi employees when Canberra withdraws its combat units later this year.  澳大利亚政府高级内阁成员最近访问伊拉克的时候,澳大利亚军人促请政府在堪培拉今年晚些时候将部队撤回澳大利亚的时候,不要置伊拉克雇员于不顾。Defense Minister Joel Fitzgibbon has acknowledged that Iraqis may face danger because they work for the Australian forces in the south of the country. He says some have been targeted by insurgents.  澳大利亚国防部长乔尔.菲茨吉本承认,伊拉克人可能面临危险,因为他们在伊拉克南部为澳大利亚军队务。他们一些人曾经成为反叛份子袭击的目标。Fitzgibbon says all locally hired employees and their families will be eligible to settle in Australia. 菲茨吉本说,所有在当地征召的雇员和他们的家属都会合法在澳大利亚定居。"We expect up to 600 Iraqis will be involved in the process," he said. "Interpreters and translators there have played a very significant role in assisting us in terms of strategy and of course, protection. And we do feel that we have a moral obligation to them, to resettle them here in Australia." 他说:“我们估计最多会有600名伊拉克人符合手续,当地的翻译工作人员在协助我们取得战略成功上,当然还有防卫方面,都扮演了非常重要的角色。我们的确感到对他们有一种道义责任,让他们在澳大利亚定居。”The Iraqis who accept Australia's offer will be subject to strict health and security checks. 接受在澳大利亚定居的伊拉克人将受到严格的健康和安全检查。Australia has about 1,500 military personnel in and around Iraq. Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has promised to bring home 550 combat troops by the middle of this year. 澳大利亚有大约1500名军人驻守在伊拉克境内和伊拉克周围。陆克文总理曾经保到今年中期撤回550名作战人员。The government in Canberra wants to avoid a repeat of the Vietnam War. After the war ended, thousands of Vietnamese working for the Australian and American forces were persecuted or killed by the victorious North Vietnamese government.  堪培拉政府希望避免重复越南战争的局面。越战结束后,成千上万曾经为澳大利亚和美国军队务的越南人受到取得胜利的北越政府的迫害,甚至被至于死地。Some human rights groups criticize the plan to grant visas to Iraqi translators and other employees. They say that that thousands of other refugees who have fled the war in Iraq also deserve to be offered sanctuary. 一些人权组织批评向伊拉克翻译和其他雇员发放移民签的计划。他们说,成千上万逃出伊拉克的难民也应该得到避难所。Australia resettles about 13,000 refugees each year through official humanitarian programs. Large numbers of Iraqis and displaced people from Afghanistan have been allowed to build new lives in Australia in the past several years.  澳大利亚通过官方的人道项目每年安置大约1万3千名难民。过去几年来,大批来自伊拉克和阿富汗的无家可归的难民被允许在澳大利亚开始新的生活。 200804/34141乌兰察布市激光脱毛多少钱 Conversation 1会话 1A:Hello,A Company.A:您好,A公司B:Hello,could I speak to Mr. Wang,please?B:您好,能让王先生接电话吗?A:I am sorry. Hes out in a meeting now. Could I ask who is call-ing?A:很抱歉,他现在正出席一个会议,请问您是哪位?B:This is Mr.Smith of XYZ Company. When will he be back?B:我是XYZ公司的史密斯先生,他什么时候回来?A:Hell be back at about five in the afternoon. Could I take a message?A:他大约今天下午五点回来,要留言吗?B:Yes. Please tell him I called and ask him to return my call as soon as possible. Its about the PPT contract.B:是的,请告诉他我给他打电话了,并让他尽快给我回电 话,是关于PPT合同的。A:All right,Mr. Smith. Ill be sure he gets your message.A:好的,史密斯先生,我会转达给他的。Conversation 2会话 2A:Drexler,may I help you?A:德瑞斯勒公司。我能为你效劳吗?B:Yes,Id like to speak to Mr. Baker.B:我想请贝克先生听电话。A:May I ask whos calling?A:请问你是谁?B:This is Mr. Stewart,his accountant.B:我是他的会计师史图尔特先生。A:Please hold. Ill tell him youre calling. (To Mr. Baker)Sir,Mr.Stewart is on the phone. Do you wish to talk to him?A:请稍等,我告诉他你打电话来。(对贝克先生说)先生, 史图尔特先生找你。你要跟他说话吗?C:Yes,of course. Put him through.C:当然,请接进来。 /201604/438186呼和浩特和林格尔县去痣多少钱一颗

呼和浩特绣眉多少钱US in Deliberate Study of North Korean Nuclear Position美国仔细研究北韩对会谈的新立场 The State Department says the Bush administration is engaged in a careful study of North Korea's latest position on the six-party nuclear talks, as conveyed to a senior U.S. envoy late last week. Another top U.S. diplomat is still in the region consulting other parties to the talks.美国国务院说,布什政府正在根据北韩上周五向美国高级特使希尔表达的内容,仔细研究北韩在六方会谈方面的最新立场。美国另一名高级外交人员目前还在该地区同参加六方会谈的其它国家代表进行磋商。U.S. officials are refusing to comment on the substance of what Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill learned on a visit to Pyongyang that ended last Friday.美国助理国务卿希尔上星期五结束了对平壤的访问。美国有关官员拒绝透露希尔顿此行所获得的具体信息。But they do say the Hill mission has triggered a high-level review of the North Korean position that included a White House discussion Tuesday between President Bush and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.不过,他们说,希尔的访问使美国政界高层开始研究北韩的立场。星期二,美国总统布什和国务卿赖斯在白宫就这一问题进行了讨论。The Chinese-sponsored six-party talks, aimed at getting Pyongyang to scrap its nuclear program, have been deadlocked over North Korea's failure to submit a verification plan for the declaration of its nuclear holdings it made in June.由中国主办的六方会谈是为了促使北韩废除其核项目,谈判最近陷入僵局,原因是北韩没有交出对其在今年六月所作的核材料声明进行核实的计划。Pyongyang says the ed States reneged on a pledge to remove it from its list of state sponsors of terrorism, but U.S. officials say de-listing is dependent on a verification regime.北韩说,美国违反承诺,没有把北韩从持恐怖主义国家的名单上除名,但美国官员说,除名的条件是北韩提交核实的计划。Hill met several North Korean officials, including Foreign Minister Pak Ui Chun and a senior army general in a visit spanning three days.希尔在他三天的访问中会晤了几名北韩官员,其中包括北韩外务相朴义春和一名军方高级将领。A South Korean newspaper considered pro-Pyongyang said earlier this week North Korea gave Hill a new proposal along with an ultimatum to walk away from the talks if it is not accepted.韩国的一份亲北韩的报纸本周早些时候说,北韩向希尔提出了一项新的建议,并且发出了最后通牒,也就是,如果不接受提议,北韩就将退出六方会谈。At a news briefing Wednesday, State Department Spokesman Sean McCormack said he was not y to provide any details but reiterated Hill's depiction of his visit as useful.美国国务院发言人麦科马克星期三在一个新闻发布会上说,他不能透露具体细节,但是他重申,希尔说这次访问是有用的。"We will give you our full assessment of what Chris heard and the results of his discussion as we saw it," he said. "I think you heard him, as well as the secretary, characterize the discussions as useful. We will see if, in fact, in the end they are productive in moving the process forward."麦科马克说:“我们将会在以后透露希尔和北韩方面进行讨论的结果,并将全面评估希尔所获得的消息。希尔和赖斯国务卿已经说过,希尔这次访问是有用的。我们将看看这些讨论最终是否能起到作用,推动形势向前发展。”McCormack said Secretary Rice discussed the state of the talks by telephone with South Korean Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan, and that senior U.S. diplomat Sung Kim - Hill's deputy - is due back in Washington on Thursday, after consultations with parties in the region.麦科马克说,赖斯国务卿通过电话同韩国外交部长柳明桓讨论了六方会谈的形势,而希尔的副手金成正在这一地区同有关各方进行磋商,并将于星期四返回华盛顿。A senior official who spoke to reporters in Washington said the administration is being deliberate, thoughtful, and conscientious in its internal discussion of the talks.一位高级官员在华盛顿对记者们说,布什政府在内部讨论六方会谈时采取了仔细、周全和审慎的态度。Asked if the negotiations are in a do-or-die situation, the same official said the six-party talks will remain a useful mechanism regardless of whether they move forward right now.当被问到六方会谈是否处于危急关头时,这位官员说,不论六方是否能马上在谈判上取得进展,六方会谈都将继续成为一个有用的机制。North Korea announced last month it was taking steps to restore its partially disabled Yongbyon nuclear complex because of the negotiating impasse.北韩上个月宣布,由于谈判陷入僵局,北韩正在采取步骤恢复被部分拆除的宁边核反应堆。Spokesman McCormack said Pyongyang continues to move in the wrong direction with its activity at Yongbyon. He also said North Korea's reported test-firing of two short-range missiles into the Yellow Sea on Tuesday was neither advisable nor helpful in managing regional tensions.美国国务院发言人麦科马克说,北韩在宁边的活动说明它依然在执行错误的政策。他还说,据报道,北韩在星期二向黄海试射了两枚短程导弹,这是不明智的,对处理该地区的紧张关系毫无帮助。But he said it was not a technical violation of a 2006 U.N. Security Council resolution demanding an end to North Korea's long-range ballistic-missile program.不过他说,这次试射并没有违反联合国安理会2006年要求北韩停止其远程弹道导弹项目的决议。200810/52433 Back at the explosives lab, examiners use a high-tech instrument called a Raman spectrometer, a device that determines if a package contains explosive material. With the Raman, what we are doing is that we are using, a, a light source to go into the container and actually get a spectrum off of the substance inside the container. There we're actually able to examine a suspected explosive substance without even having to open the container. And that's great for in the laboratory when you don't wanna put yourself at risk any further than you have to. At the federal building in Oklahoma City, no secondary devices are found. But while the nation is horrified at the carnage. The Explosives is quickly searching the wreckage for evidence to be used in a test called: residue analysis. This helps the FBI determine what chemicals fuel the blast. First thing that happens is... is that the part of our unit that does the residue analysis takes the evidence, extracts anything that they can find from there that would help them identify the explosives. Within hours, residue analysis pinpoints a key piece of evidence. There we were fortunate that we actually did find a piece of debris that had some of the ammonium nitrate prills that were still embedded in it. And from those prills, we were able to conclude that it was an ammonium nitrate based explosive. From these findings the FBI concludes that a fertilizer bomb was used in the most deadly terrorist attack on US soil. Now the search for a suspect begins. The challenge for the Explosives is to determine how the massive bomb was brought to the scene. If it's a very large bombing, it's probably gonna be a vehicle. So we wanna try to identify that vehicle as quickly as we can. And here you can see some pieces that we did in a test with a vehicle. And you can just see the extent to which these are mangled by the explosion. Within a short time, investigators located the axle of a truck that was blown nearly 600 feet away from the federal building. From that axle, the bomb technicians who were at the scene were able to very quickly identify it as having come from the bomb vehicle, and then they were able to give that information to other investigators who tracked it back to the rental facility. In less than a day, suspected bomber Timothy McVeigh is taken into custody. But examiners investigating the murder of the New Jersey ad executive are not so lucky. With no sign of a suspect, they focus their attention on the bomb itself and begin a process known as device analysis. When we're doing an analysis of a device, what we were trying to do is simply to identify the components found there, and trying to see if we can figure out how they were put together, how they worked, or in some cases, how they didn't work?Raman spectrometer: a device to analyze the intensity of Raman scattering of monochromatic light (单色光) as a function of frequency of the scattered light; the information obtained is useful for determining molecular structurecarnage: great and usually bloody slaughter or injury (as in battle)mangle: to mutilate or disfigure by battering, hacking, cutting, or tearing200809/50873呼和浩特妇保医院治疗狐臭多少钱内蒙古医学院第二附属医院激光祛斑多少钱



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