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1.   Carrie looked at him, and gathered from his whole demeanour whatit meant. It was serious, very serious.
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3. "I am growing quite fond of him," she said to Ermengarde; "I should not like him to be disturbed. I have adopted him for a friend. You can do that with people you never speak to at all. You can just watch them, and think about them and be sorry for them, until they seem almost like relations. I'm quite anxious sometimes when I see the doctor call twice a day."
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5.   "You are deceived, madame," said Felton, blushing; "Lord deWinter is not capable of such a crime."
6. 政府在她的身上承担了高昂的成本和精力,但这些在罗妹姑看来,都是理所当然。


1. 长江白鲟、中华鲟、长江鲟产卵要有湍急的水流作为外部刺激才行,而三块石本身以及该区域乱石滩等条件正好造就了该处水流湍急的水环境。
2.   Full many a year in high prosperity Lived these two in concord and in rest; And richely his daughter married he Unto a lord, one of the worthiest Of all Itale; and then in peace and rest His wife's father in his court he kept, Till that the soul out of his body crept.
3.   The swineherd now took up the bow and was for taking it toUlysses, but the suitors clamoured at him from all parts of thecloisters, and one of them said, "You idiot, where are you takingthe bow to? Are you out of your wits? If Apollo and the other godswill grant our prayer, your own boarhounds shall get you into somequiet little place, and worry you to death."
4. 消息一出,顺德四、五家工程队都抢着要吃这块肥肉。
5.   3. Peytrel: the breast-plate of a horse's harness; French, "poitrail."
6. 法国政府由于本身意见不一,无法在没有英国支持的情况下来取断然行动,正是因为这一点,希特勒没有遇到任何抵抗就取得了重大胜利。这一胜利的一个结果是法国联盟体系开始结束。不仅“齐格菲防线”切断了法国与中欧和东欧的联系,而且与此同时,德国还对东南欧发动了经济攻势,使这一地区实际上成为一个经济附属地。到1936年时,德国接受了土耳其全部出口物的51%、保加利亚全部出口物的48%、希腊的36%、南斯拉夫的24%和匈牙利的23%。如此密切的经济联系必然产生政治影响,尤其是因为这时出现在东南欧的一些独裁政权在意识形态上特别爱好的是德国和意大利的法西斯政体而不是西方的民主政体。无疑,迈塔克斯将军、卡罗尔国王和保罗亲王的外交政策与韦尼泽洛斯、蒂图列斯库和亚历山大国王的外交政策通然不同。


1.   "`Why, I wonder at that, for you are eligible yourself for oneof the vacancies.'
2.   I HAVE hitherto sometimes spoken as if the variations so common and multiform in organic beings under domestication, and in a lesser degree in those in a state of nature had been due to chance. This, of course, is a wholly incorrect expression, but it serves to acknowledge plainly our ignorance of the cause of each particular variation. Some authors believe it to be as much the function of the reproductive system to produce individual differences, or very slight deviations of structure, as to make the child like its parents. But the much greater variability, as well as the greater frequency of monstrosities, under domestication or cultivation, than under nature, leads me to believe that deviations of structure are in some way due to the nature of the conditions of life, to which the parents and their more remote ancestors have been exposed during several generations. I have remarked in the first chapter but a long catalogue of facts which cannot be here given would be necessary to show the truth of the remark that the reproductive system is eminently susceptible to changes in the conditions of life; and to this system being functionally disturbed in the parents, I chiefly attribute the varying or plastic condition of the offspring. The male and female sexual elements seem to be affected before that union takes place which is to form a new being. In the case of 'sporting' plants, the bud, which in its earliest condition does not apparently differ essentially from an ovule, is alone affected. But why, because the reproductive system is disturbed, this or that part should vary more or less, we are profoundly ignorant. Nevertheless, we can here and there dimly catch a faint ray of light, and we may feel sure that there must be some cause for each deviation of structure, however slight.How much direct effect difference of climate, food, &c., produces on any being is extremely doubtful. My impression is, that the effect is extremely small in the case of animals, but perhaps rather more in that of plants. We may, at least, safely conclude that such influences cannot have produced the many striking and complex co-adaptations of structure between one organic being and another, which we see everywhere throughout nature. Some little influence may be attributed to climate, food, &c.: thus, E. Forbes speaks confidently that shells at their southern limit, and when living in shallow water, are more brightly coloured than those of the same species further north or from greater depths. Gould believes that birds of the same species are more brightly coloured under a clear atmosphere, than when living on islands or near the coast. So with insects, Wollaston is convinced that residence near the sea affects their colours. Moquin-Tandon gives a list of plants which when growing near the sea-shore have their leaves in some degree fleshy, though not elsewhere fleshy. Several other such cases could be given.The fact of varieties of one species, when they range into the zone of habitation of other species, often acquiring in a very slight degree some of the characters of such species, accords with our view that species of all kinds are only well-marked and permanent varieties. Thus the species of shells which are confined to tropical and shallow seas are generally brighter-coloured than those confined to cold and deeper seas. The birds which are confined to continents are, according to Mr Gould, brighter-coloured than those of islands. The insect-species confined to sea-coasts, as every collector knows, are often brassy or lurid. Plants which live exclusively on the sea-side are very apt to have fleshy leaves. He who believes in the creation of each species, will have to say that this shell, for instance, was created with bright colours for a warm sea; but that this other shell became bright-coloured by variation when it ranged into warmer or shallower waters.
3.   "And you responded to his bidding, you imprudent man?""Well, I can't say I had much choice of going or not going, for Iwas taken to him between two guards. It is true also, that as Idid not then know his Eminence, if I had been able to dispensewith the visit, I should have been enchanted."
4.   Hurstwood heard the details of the weary and unavailing searchthat evening.
6.   Ay, if one did not take a somewhat deeper view! To - morrow, in all honour,thou Poor Gretchen wilt befool, and vow Thy soul's deep love, in lover'sfashion.


1. 上市早不如巧嘉楠此时此刻成功上市,我在朋友圈的点评是:上市时间早不如巧,嘉楠成功抢到两个第一,人们更能记住第一,抢跑两个第一嘉楠将得到更多资本关注,具有定标矿机公司和AI芯片公司估值逻辑的能力,将强化在区块链上游和AI芯片产业的话语权,特别是在嘉楠面向全球和B端拓展业务时,这两个第一会起到很大的作用。
2. 姜先生平静后,才说出了自己情绪激动的原因。
3. 这个时候需要舍小家为大家。
4. 拉森刚刚参加了一个招待会。招待会结束后,人们陆续退席。拉森要从这里直接到接头的地点去。时间还早。有些人三三两两聚在一起聊着,并没有立即离去的意思。拉森也拉住了一两个熟人闲聊着,以便消磨时间。席间,有一个小提琴手的演奏曾引起了阵阵掌声。现在,那个小提琴手向外走时被拉森身边另外一些人留住,像老朋友一样聊起来。
5.   The morning of the fortieth dawned, and the young man when he woke gave thanks in an outburst of joy that the danger was passed. "My father may be here at any moment," said he, "so make me, I pray you, a bath of hot water, that I may bathe, and change my clothes, and be ready to receive him."
6.   `Oh...it perfects the intimacy,' said Clifford, uneasy as a woman in such talk.


1. 高妈妈的态度也同样提示我们,要避免用口水代替思考,避免将事件放大成对综艺行业的剿杀。
2. 而且一旦没有得到期望中的回应(这种情况经常会发现),这些员工就会认为自己被忽视了,并开始反应过激。
3. 最糟的一天很快变成最棒的一天。

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