首页 >> 新闻 >> 正文

佛山禅城医院痛风病预约飞度技术名院南海原发性痛风医院专科

2018年11月13日 15:04:39来源:飞度技术免费医生

Katie Couric: It was the shock heard around the world, the break-up of Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston. How could it have happened to Hollywood's golden couple? And what did Angelina Julie have to do with it? Now for the first time Jennifer Aniston is speaking out in a very candid interview in the September issue of Vanity Fair magazine. Contributing Editor. Leslie Bennetts conducted the interview last week. Katie Couric:Good morning. Nice to see you again.Leslie Bennetts: Good morning.Katie Couric:First of all why do you think she is speaking now?Leslie Bennetts: I think Jennifer has conducted herself with enormous restraint in the last few months despite constant provocations from the tabloids and to a certain extent from the way that her husband has conducted himself. And I think finally it may have been time for her to say what she really feels and set the record straight on a few things.Katie Couric:In general before we talk about specific answers and parts of the conversation how is she doing? Leslie Bennetts: I was thinking about yesterday how I would describe her if I had to use only two words to describe how she is now. I think she is still sad, as she would be six months after ending a 7-year relationship. But hopeful, she is very optimistic about her future. Her career is going great. She's got four new movies coming out in recent months , she is spending a summer filming another one. And she's got an awful lot to look forward to and she knows that.Katie Couric: And she addressed some of the rumors I mean Gosh! In the amount of things that have been devoted to this story (yes) and one of them was that you know that somehow her not wanting to have children contributed to the dissolution of this marriage and she says that is absolutely not true and in fact she intended to be pregnant this year.Leslie Bennetts: I think that was really the cruelest thing that was written about her. And she feels that just so sexist and misogynist because she said to me I want to have children, I've always wanted to have children, I plan to have children. The plan was always there when Friends ended she and Brad would start a family. And she said you know no man who is divorcing ever gets accused of putting his career ahead of his family. But they said that about her based on absolutely no truth.Katie Couric: What did she have to say about Angelina Julie,and her role and what happened?Leslie Bennetts: Jennifer has bent over backward not to trash even Brad, let alone Angelina. And she has only met Angilina once. Ironically she went up to introduce herself to Angelina and said when Angelina and Brad were starting to film Mr.and Mrs.Smith. Jennifer went up to her and said, "Hi, Brad is so excited about working with you. I hope you guys have a really good time together, which was very gracious of her.Katie Couric: Was this before she knew that there was anything up obviously? Leslie Bennetts: Yes,before they started doing the movie. (Right.) And that' the only time she's ever met her. And I you know she's been very very restrained, and I think,not only what she says but what she even permits herself to feel about that. Katie Couric: At the same time I understand she cried for a period of time during the course of the interview. When you talked to her about the possibility of Angelina Julie being pregnant with Brad Pitt's baby and she her eyes welled up with tears and she got very very emotional at that point.Leslie Bennetts: I think she's tried really hard to avoid the tabloid gossip, media, because so much of this is false.(It's pretty next to him impossible, isn't it?). It's hard. Some of it leak through. And there were a couple of shocks. And I think it was a tremendous shock to her when the pictures of Brad and Angilina frolicking on the beach in Africa came out, because it's sort of presented them this instant family with a baby and Jen had expected to be having her own baby with Brad during this particular year. Katie Couric: And then there was a sp in W magazine.Leslie Bennetts: And then there was this sp in W magazine which Jen you know she tries not to look at this stuff. She says I haven't seen it. But her friends were just appalled because you know it was clearly I mean Jen, one point said to me, well clearly there is a sensitivity chip that's missing, you know. I mean you know it was not the most considerate thing for Brad to be putting all of that out when she was trying to deal with the end of a marriage that you know she was committed to and clearly in some way he wasn't. Katie Couric: I know that shortly after or during the course of this interview, Courtney Cox actually told you that Brad, about Brad. "I don't think he started an affair physically but I think he was attracted to her meaning Angelina Julie.There was a connection. And he was honest about that with Jen. Most of the time when people are attracted to other people, they don't tell. At least he was honest about it. It was an attraction that he fought for a period of time. So does she believe that they were physically involved before?Leslie Bennetts: I think it's ironic and good timing that you are doing something on emotional cheating because at the very least there was clearly emotional infidelity. Jennifer said to me you know from the moment Brad started filming Mr.amp;Mrs.Smith he was gone. He was just not there for her friends. Indeed she needed a lot emotional support it was the end of a ten-year family, you know and job and community for her. (And he didn't come to the last taping). He didn't even come for the last taping. He was just gone . You know its just like "I'm working". So you know whether or not there was physical cheating, he was emotionally absent in her, in her view. As far as whether there was, you know, a sexual relationship or not, she said to me in the end "I don't know. I'll never know, but I choose to believe my husband."Katie Couric: You al, you interviewed them a year before this article, and they did seem like an ideal Hollywood couple I think that's why it is so upset to so many people.(Well) That it didn't work. Did they seem happy when you interviewed them?Leslie Bennetts: They, they seemed , very happy together they were very affectionate. I had also interviewed her at the beginning of her marriage. But if you back over what Brad said to me a year ago you'll really find clues to the whole thing. Because what he said to me a year ago was. I mean I asked him obviously about marriage, and he said you know I don't go for this you know till death took us apart stuff you know as long as it's good,as long as it's growing you know then you go on. But then, if it stops being good, you know I don't see any reason I mean to stay in it, basically was what he was saying. And Jennifer's view of what marriage you know consists of was very different, that this is a commitment and you'll end it for better or for worse. And those are two very different ways of looking at marriage. And that was the big part of why they are not together now.Katie Couric: I know that when Nicole Kidman divorced Tom Cruise she said that one positive aspect of this was that she could wear heels again. And you ask Jennifer that question?Leslie Bennetts: Brad is very into a modernist aesthetic and when I saw the house that they had redone for themselves there were all sort of hard edges and hard materials and you know very uncomfortable modern furnitures. When I asked Jen what she's looking forward to? She said about, having comfortable furniture again. She was not quite in line with this aesthetic some of the time.Katie Couric: Well, it is a very candid interview and we all wish her well and we all wish them all well. But thanks so much for coming Leslie, again and nice to see you.Leslie Bennetts: You're welcome .Thanks.Katie Couric: And the September issue of Vanity Fair, by the way, hits news stands today.200707/15288。

  • Bernanke Spells out Economic Woes to Congress 伯南克对国会历数美国经济难题 Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke says the U.S. economy is facing numerous difficulties amid a continuing downturn in housing, high oil prices, and renewed turmoil in financial markets. 美国联邦储备委员会主席伯南克说,美国经济面临许多困难,包括房地产价格继续下跌,石油价格飙升以及金融市场再次出现动荡等。In an appearance before the Senate Banking Committee, Bernanke made clear that monetary policy is aimed at keeping the economy growing and fighting inflation. He gave no indication of future moves in interest rates.  伯南克在参议院委员会作时明确表示,货币政策的目的是保持经济持续增长以及抑制通货膨胀。伯南克没有表明利率的未来走向。The central bank chief told lawmakers the woes besetting the economy are more severe than they have been for several years, and as a result economic growth will be slower than earlier anticipated. 美国中央行长伯南克对议员们说,困扰美国经济的这些难题比过去几年更加严重,因此将导致经济增长的速度比原来预期的更加缓慢。"Over the remainder of this year output is likely to expand at a pace appreciably below its trend rate, primarily because of continued weakness in housing markets, elevated energy prices and weak credit conditions," said Ben Bernanke. "Growth is projected to pick up gradually over the next two years as residential construction bottoms out and begins a slow recovery and as credit conditions gradually improve."  伯南克说:“现在开始到今年年底,经济扩张的速度略微低于其趋势增长率,这主要是因为房地产市场继续不景气,能源价格节节上涨以及信贷状况不佳等原因。随着住宅建筑业走出谷底,开始缓慢复苏,以及信贷形势逐渐好转,预计今后两年经济增长会逐渐加快步伐。”Bernanke was asked about the government's rescue of two federally chartered agencies that are the biggest players in the residential mortgage market. He defended the plan to offer assistance to the agencies, known as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and called for Congress to enact legislation that will strengthen public oversight of both entities. 有议员向伯南克提问有关政府援救两家联邦特许金融机构的问题。这两家金融机构是住房抵押贷款市场上最大的贷款方。伯南克为政府向人们熟知的房利美和房地美两大金融机构提供救助进行了辩解,并呼吁国会通过对这两家实体加强公共监督的立法。Bernanke said the economic outlook has downside risks mainly because of uncertainty about future oil prices, which are up 50 percent this year and 500 percent since the beginning of the decade. 伯南克说,经济前景有下行风险,主要因为油价今后的走势存在不确定性,今年以来,原油价格上涨了百分之50,而跟本世纪初相比,油价则猛涨了百分之500。"Our best judgment is that this surge in prices has been driven predominately by strong growth in underlying demand and tight supply conditions in global oil markets," he said. "Over the past several years the world economy has expanded at is fastest pace in decades, leading to substantial increases in the demand for oil." 伯南克说:“我们最好的判断是油价的飙升是基本需求强劲增长,以及全球石油市场石油供应紧缩。过去几年,世界经济的扩张速度是几十年来最快的,导致对石油需求的大幅增长。”Bernanke said a weak dollar may have contributed somewhat to the sharp rise in oil.  伯南克说,美元价值疲软也对油价飙升起到推动作用。Meanwhile, the U.S. Labor Department reported soaring costs for gasoline and food pushed producer prices up by 1.8 percent in June and 9.2 percent during the past 12 months, the biggest increase since 1981.  另一方面,美国劳工部报告说,汽油和食品价格上涨带动六月份生产者物价上升1.8%;过去12个月生产者物价涨了9.2%,是1981年以来最大的年度涨幅。At the same time the dollar reached a record low against the euro, a currency used by 15 European Union countries. 与此同时,美元对欧元汇率创下历史新低,欧元是欧盟15个成员国使用的货币。200807/44152。
  • a case in point ------ 典型案例 英文释义An example that clearly illustrates something being discussed. 例句I believe it is important to public safety that people get proper sleep, a case in point being the big traffic accident this morning that was caused by a drowsy driver.我认为,良好睡眠对于公共安全很重要。典型的例子就是今天早上由疲劳司机导致的重大交通事故。 /201610/466522。
  • Rice Heads to Middle East to Push for Peace Deal赖斯前往中东推动达成和平协议   America's top diplomat is heading back to the Middle East for a new peace mission, but there are few expectations for a major breakthrough. 美国最高外交官为一项新的和平使命再次前往中东,不过几乎没有人期望这次和平使命会取得重大突破。U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is still pushing for a peace agreement by the end of the year. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert plans to resign next month over a corruption scandal, but under Israel's complicated system of government, Mr. Olmert could remain in office for many months as caretaker prime minister, even after his Kadima party chooses a new leader in September. 美国国务卿赖斯仍然在推动中东各方在今年年底之前达成和平协议。以色列总理奥尔默特因为腐败丑闻计划下个月辞职,但是根据以色列复杂的政府体制,即使他领导的前进党9月选出了新的领导人,奥尔默特还可能做为看守总理继续担任公职好几个月。Mr. Olmert's spokesman, Mark Regev, says Israel will do all it can to reach a peace deal before U.S. President George Bush leaves office in January.  奥尔默特的发言人雷格夫说,以色列将尽一切可能在美国总统布什明年1月卸任之前达成和平协议。"We're focused on what needs to be done, and we're very committed to trying to reach a historic agreement by the end of this year, and we're working to see that that can happen," he said.  雷格夫说:“我们把重点放在必须要做的事情上,我们决心在年底之前争取达成一项具有历史意义的协议,我们正在为实现这个目标而努力。”As a goodwill gesture to Western-backed Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, Israel plans to free 199 Palestinian prisoners on Monday to coincide with Rice's arrival. In a change of policy, this will include the release of two prisoners involved in deadly attacks on Israelis.  以色列计划在星期一释放199名巴勒斯坦囚犯,做为对西方持的巴勒斯坦民族权力机构主席阿巴斯做出的友好姿态。星期一也正是赖斯抵达以色列的当天。由于政策的改变,这次释放的囚犯中包括两名参与对以色列进行致命袭击的巴勒斯坦囚犯。While Palestinian officials have welcomed the prisoner release as an important step, they are pessimistic about the chances of a broader peace deal.  虽然巴勒斯坦官员欢迎以色列释放囚犯,认为那是重要的一步,但是他们对达成一项内容更广泛的和平协议态度悲观。"Palestinians are extremely skeptical. I think, deep down, the Palestinians feel that this isn't anything that is substantive or serious," said Hanan Ashrawi, Palestinian legislator. 巴勒斯坦议员阿什拉维说:“巴勒斯坦人持极为怀疑的态度。我认为,实际上巴勒斯坦人觉得这并不是具有实质意义或者严重的事情。”Gaps remain wide on the core issues of the conflict, including Jewish settlements, Palestinian refugees, final borders and the status of Jerusalem. 巴勒斯坦和以色列在双方冲突的核心问题上依然存在很大分歧,包括犹太人定居点、巴勒斯坦难民、最后边界以及耶路撒冷的地位等。200808/46658。
  • Scripts:Behind The Wheel this morning, Toyota is in hot pursuit of the title of the world’s biggest automaker in global vehicle sales. This morning the company has released its plan to dethrone GM. And joining us this morning with more is CN’s auto reporter Phil Lebeau. Phil, looks like they got a shot of this, doesn’t it?Yeah, it could happen this year, Carl. The latest number is coming out of Tokyo this morning with Toyota’s president giving a press conference outlining the goal. And take a look at where the sales are for Toyota and General Motors. Last year, this year. Now this year, it's an estimate halfway through the year, they are probably gonna end up tied. Toyota might be slightly ahead but next year Toyota is expected to pull ahead at 9.8 million vehicles. And then look at , they are projected to build 10.4 million vehicles which would be the greatest number of vehicles built by an automaker ever in one year. Whether or not Toyota can match that was brought up to the President of Toyota Katsuaki Watanabe.and here is what he had to say this morning in Tokyo. He said that the company will take on all risks that are out there and all markets. And for Toyota that means aggressively expanding, not only in Europe and the ed States where they come on strong, but also in China, India, Russia. That’s really where the growth globally is gonna come for Toyota. Quickly let's take a look at a chart comparing the shares of Toyota VS General Motors over the last three years. Every time I show this, I hear from investors who say enough aly. We realize there is no comparison here, but it is worth we taking a look at, look at that up 43% over the last three years. And again, Toyota's expecting to set a record a one year sales by of 10.4 million vehicles. Carl?You are not piling on, Phil, you are just bringing in the facts, right? (There you go.) You're just bringing in the facts. Stick around because we wanna dig deeper into what this means for the future of both Toyota and the big three. We're bringing in Michael Robinet. He is a vice president of Global Vehicle Forecasts with CSM worldwide. Uh, Michael, good morning to you. Good morning.Uh, I guess the question is (how) where is Toyota exposed? Compared to where GM is exposed, Toyota has aly mentioned things like sub-prime here in the US, as some headwinds they are gonna face.I think there is no doubt, everybody's gonna be facing its headwinds, Toyota, Honda, General Motors, everybody. But it is the different levels. Within North American though, Toyota is still putting the full-court press on Lexus, new full-size pickups, new Camry. They have a Corolla coming out next year. It’s relentless, they're, they are not gonna stop. Are they , are they , err, more exposed to...to those growth markets like Russia and China that Phil was just talking about?Uh, they're, they are very exposed to those growth markets. And, but that’s uh, that’s all been within the plan. They look at the brisk locations--the Brazil, Russia, India, China locations and they also look at what we call non-Japan Asia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Tailand. They are gonna go very strong after those markets. They have the best bth of any company on earth when it comes to the automotive industry. Phil, err,I guess how, how easily could the big three unwind their own problems and get to a production level, a level of efficiency that would match Toyota’s?Well, I think when you are looking at Toyota and General Motors on a global scale that GM has done a phenomenal job about leveraging its resources, particularly in Asia and in Korea and the Chevy brand is growing very aggressively over in Asia as well as in Europe. The key for General Motors is going to be to leverage that international exposure and those international assembly factories to do even more in those developing markets. You know, we focus so much on GM, Ford and Chrysler here in the ed States. Yes, it’s the largest market in the world and they have problems here. But the future really is going to depend on what they can do globally. And that’s why you see even Chrysler realizing hey we have got to be more aggressive growing overseas because it’s primarily a North American automaker right now. Yeah, China, is it the fastest growing automaker in China, Uh, Toyota is,uh, Michael? Toyota is doing very well, so is General Motors actually. They are both doing extremely well in China. The real growth market that a lot of OEMs are looking at vehicle manufacture (is) India. That is one market that a lot of manufacturers are looking at. And right behind it is Russia.Are the emerging markets’ margins are noticeably higher or lower out there?Well, it,it’s a , it's a margin, it's a margin play but it’s also a market share play. If you can be well-set and get a good distribution network in those markets. You will be set for years to come but if you are late, you'll get a real problem. Interesting, Michael, Phil, I mean I guess we will be talking about it when , if and when moment comes, but until then it’s awfully interesting to speculate about, Michael Robinet and our own Phil Lebeau.Notes:full-court press: originally a basketball term, now refers to one's unrelenting best effort.200807/44110。
分页 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29