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1. 安全和环保,都是地方治理中的大事,几乎没有地方敢不重视。
2. corn
3. 所以如果说到效率,我肯定还是觉得在公司好,如果一定要做工作,不如去公司高效完成,在家真的是拖拖拉拉的,很难受。
4.   At the same time Hurstwood kept himself wholly in the background.The members of Custer Lodge could scarcely understand why theirlittle affair was taking so well. Mr. Harry Quincel was lookedupon as quite a star for this sort of work.
5.   "Just one boy, hasn't he?" asked Hurstwood.
6. 2013年,他与知名投资人、韦伯网的创始人杰夫·施蒂贝尔联合创立了布莱恩特-斯蒂贝尔公司。


1. They did not remain very long, to the great relief of Melchisedec, who, as he probably did not comprehend their conversation, felt their movements and whispers ominous. The young secretary seemed interested in everything. He wrote down things about the floor, the fireplace, the broken footstool, the old table, the walls-- which last he touched with his hand again and again, seeming much pleased when he found that a number of old nails had been driven in various places.
2. 正与物业协商,家属:协商不了会起诉刘女士介绍,自己与老人、丈夫、孩子一家五口在该小区已居住近四年,从未欠缴过物业费。
3. 根据刑事诉讼法,法院有罪判决的作出,必须达到事实清楚,证据确实、充分的证明标准。
4.   She put her hand - its touch was like no other hand - upon my arm for a moment; and I felt so befriended and comforted, that I could not help moving it to my lips, and gratefully kissing it.
5. 2019年上半年,盒马放慢了扩张的脚步。
6.   I am no lady, am not fair, Can without escort home repair.(She disengages herself and exit.)


1. Ronaldo and Messi are the only football players in the top 20, which also features no women.
2. 可以说ARCFOX的用户服务体系已经覆盖得非常全面,但消费者可能更关心的是所有承诺如何落地?俞晨回答这个问题的时候显得很有信心,因为始终以用户需求为导向,是ARCFOX制定自身发展路径的核心基石。
3.   After thanking him for the honour that he did me, I displayed the Caliph's gifts. First a bed with complete hangings all cloth of gold, which cost a thousand sequins, and another like to it of crimson stuff. Fifty robes of rich embroidery, a hundred of the finest white linen from Cairo, Suez, Cufa, and Alexandria. Then more beds of different fashion, and an agate vase carved with the figure of a man aiming an arrow at a lion, and finally a costly table, which had once belonged to King Solomon. The King of Serendib received with satisfaction the assurance of the Caliph's friendliness toward him, and now my task being accomplished I was anxious to depart, but it was some time before the king would think of letting me go. At last, however, he dismissed me with many presents, and I lost no time in going on board a ship, which sailed at once, and for four days all went well. On the fifth day we had the misfortune to fall in with pirates, who seized our vessel, killing all who resisted, and making prisoners of those who were prudent enough to submit at once, of whom I was one. When they had despoiled us of all we possessed, they forced us to put on vile raiment, and sailing to a distant island there sold us for slaves. I fell into the hands of a rich merchant, who took me home with him, and clothed and fed me well, and after some days sent for me and questioned me as to what I could do.
4.   "On this Thoas son of Andraemon threw off his cloak and set outrunning to the ships, whereon I took the cloak and lay in itcomfortably enough till morning. Would that I were still young andstrong as I was in those days, for then some one of you swineherdswould give me a cloak both out of good will and for the respect due toa brave soldier; but now people look down upon me because my clothesare shabby."
5.   In the clear embers I was tracing a view, not unlike a picture Iremembered to have seen of the castle of Heidelberg, on the Rhine,when Mrs. Fairfax came in, breaking up by her entrance the fierymosaic I had been piecing together, and scattering too some heavyunwelcome thoughts that were beginning to throng on my solitude.
6. "Allowed?" I queried. "Allowed a mother to rear her own children?"


1.   Clifford was almost morbidly sensitive about these stories. He wanted everyone to think them good, of the best, ne plus ultra. They appeared in the most modern magazines, and were praised and blamed as usual. But to Clifford the blame was torture, like knives goading him. It was as if the whole of his being were in his stories.
2. 目前,张某某、陈某已被刑事拘留,案件正在进一步侦办之中。
3. 对此,你有什么看法呢?。
4.   'Why, Miss Eyre, though Mr. Rochester's visits here are rare,they are always sudden and unexpected; and as I observed that it puthim out to find everything swathed up, and to have a bustle ofarrangement on his arrival, I thought it best to keep the rooms inreadiness.'
5. 公司员工邓菊球说,在生产过程中,公司严格实行了杀菌消毒、监测体温等防护措施。
6. What Melchisedec Heard and Saw


1. 人们先天所具有的这种道德属性,《礼记》称之为天理,但是除了天理之外,《礼记》认为人还具有各种人欲,并且认为如果人欲得不到很好的控制,人欲便会灭天理.《礼记》说:人生而静,天之性也。感于物而动,性之欲也。物至知知,然后好恶形焉。好恶无节于内,知诱于外,不能反躬,天理灭矣。夫物之感人无穷,而人之好恶无节,则是物至而人化物也。人化物也者,灭天理而务人欲也。①在这里,《礼记》没有用孟、荀的善或恶来定义人性,而是以人性之未发与已发来判断人性的属性。认为人的天性在未感于物而发形于外时,自有天理(也称天地之性)存在于内,但当知诱于外而形成好恶之性时,如果不能用礼来节制自己的欲望,而是恣己情欲,不能自反(孔疏),那么,人欲便会灭天理.从这个角度出发,《礼记》在提出圣人制礼以顺人情的同时,又提出了圣人制礼以治人情的主张,认为只有通过制定外在的行为规范——礼来制约人们的欲望与情感,才能使人所先天具有的道德属性——天理不至于泯灭.故圣人耐(能)以天下为一家,以中国为一人者,非意之也,必知其情,辟于其义,明于其利,达于其患,然后能为之。何谓人情?喜、怒、哀、惧、爱、恶、欲,七者弗学而能。何谓人义?父慈子孝、兄良、弟弟;夫义、妇听;长惠、幼顺;君仁、臣忠,十者谓之人义。讲信修睦,谓之人利。争夺相杀,谓之人患。故圣人之所以治人七情,修十义,讲信修睦,尚辞让,去争夺,舍礼何以治之?饮食男女,人之大欲存焉。死亡贫苦,人之大恶存焉。
2.   Thus said the suitors, but Antinous paid them no heed. MeanwhileTelemachus was furious about the blow that had been given to hisfather, and though no tear fell from him, he shook his head in silenceand brooded on his revenge.
3. 警察爆笑讲述自己买票被骗,//标题source:,//视频发布来源。

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  • 1:何晓红 2020-07-17 01:54:34

    WHEN we look to the individuals of the same variety or sub-variety of our older cultivated plants and animals, one of the first points which strikes us, is, that they generally differ much more from each other, than do the individuals of any one species or variety in a state of nature. When we reflect on the vast diversity of the plants and animals which have been cultivated, and which have varied during all ages under the most different climates and treatment, I think we are driven to conclude that this greater variability is simply due to our domestic productions having been raised under conditions of life not so uniform as, and somewhat different from, those to which the parent-species have been exposed under nature. There is, also, I think, some probability in the view propounded by Andrew Knight, that this variability may be partly connected with excess of food. It seems pretty clear that organic beings must be exposed during several generations to the new conditions of life to cause any appreciable amount of variation; and that when the organisation has once begun to vary, it generally continues to vary for many generations. No case is on record of a variable being ceasing to be variable under cultivation. Our oldest cultivated plants, such as wheat, still often yield new varieties: our oldest domesticated animals are still capable of rapid improvement or modification.It has been disputed at what period of time the causes of variability, whatever they may be, generally act; whether during the early or late period of development of the embryo, or at the instant of conception. Geoffroy St Hilaire's experiments show that unnatural treatment of the embryo causes monstrosities; and monstrosities cannot be separated by any clear line of distinction from mere variations. But I am strongly inclined to suspect that the most frequent cause of variability may be attributed to the male and female reproductive elements having been affected prior to the act of conception. Several reasons make me believe in this; but the chief one is the remarkable effect which confinement or cultivation has on the functions of the reproductive system; this system appearing to be far more susceptible than any other part of the organization, to the action of any change in the conditions of life. Nothing is more easy than to tame an animal, and few things more difficult than to get it to breed freely under confinement, even in the many cases when the male and female unite. How many animals there are which will not breed, though living long under not very close confinement in their native country! This is generally attributed to vitiated instincts; but how many cultivated plants display the utmost vigour, and yet rarely or never seed! In some few such cases it has been found out that very trifling changes, such as a little more or less water at some particular period of growth, will determine whether or not the plant sets a seed. I cannot here enter on the copious details which I have collected on this curious subject; but to show how singular the laws are which determine the reproduction of animals under confinement, I may just mention that carnivorous animals, even from the tropics, breed in this country pretty freely under confinement, with the exception of the plantigrades or bear family; whereas, carnivorous birds, with the rarest exceptions, hardly ever lay fertile eggs. Many exotic plants have pollen utterly worthless, in the same exact condition as in the most sterile hybrids. When, on the one hand, we see domesticated animals and plants, though often weak and sickly, yet breeding quite freely under confinement; and when, on the other hand, we see individuals, though taken young from a state of nature, perfectly tamed, long-lived, and healthy (of which I could give numerous instances), yet having their reproductive system so seriously affected by unperceived causes as to fail in acting, we need not be surprised at this system, when it does act under confinement, acting not quite regularly, and producing offspring not perfectly like their parents or variable.Sterility has been said to be the bane of horticulture; but on this view we owe variability to the same cause which produces sterility; and variability is the source of all the choicest productions of the garden. I may add, that as some organisms will breed most freely under the most unnatural conditions (for instance, the rabbit and ferret kept in hutches), showing that their reproductive system has not been thus affected; so will some animals and plants withstand domestication or cultivation, and vary very slightly perhaps hardly more than in a state of nature.

  • 2:洪峰期 2020-07-25 01:54:34


  • 3:张老七 2020-07-23 01:54:34

    I doubt if she ever accepted her strange lover as fully as did Celis and Ellador theirs. He had hurt and offended her too often; there were reservations.

  • 4:李坚 2020-07-16 01:54:34

      "It is true all the same," answered the dervish, "and it would be well for you if you believed my word."

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  • 6:亚历克斯·克利切夫斯基 2020-07-23 01:54:34

      Now, which of the multitude of faces that showed themselves before him was the true face of the buried person, the shadows of the night did not indicate; but they were all the faces of a man of five-and-forty by years, and they differed principally in the passions they expressed, and in the ghastliness of their worn and wasted state. Pride, contempt, defiance, stubbornness, submission, lamentation, succeeded one another; so did varieties of sunken cheek, cadaverous colour, emaciated hands and figures. But the face was in the main one face, and every head was prematurely white. A hundred times the dozing passenger inquired of this spectre:

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  • 10:沈卫国 2020-08-01 01:54:34

      If, then, these two varieties be variable, the most divergent of their variations will generally be preserved during the next thousand generations. And after this interval, variety a1 is supposed in the diagram to have produced variety a2, which will, owing to the principle of divergence, differ more from (A) than did variety a1. Variety m1 is supposed to have produced two varieties, namely m 2 and s2, differing from each other, and more considerably from their common parent (A). We may continue the process by similar steps for any length of time; some of the varieties, after each thousand generations, producing only a single variety, but in a more and more modified condition, some producing two or three varieties, and some failing to produce any. Thus the varieties or modified descendants, proceeding from the common parent (A), will generally go on increasing in number and diverging in character. In the diagram the process is represented up to the ten-thousandth generation, and under a condensed and simplified form up to the fourteen-thousandth generation.