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1.   This subject will be more fully discussed in our chapter on Geology; but it must be here alluded to from being intimately connected with natural selection. Natural selection acts solely through the preservation of variations in some way advantageous, which consequently endure. But as from the high geometrical powers of increase of all organic beings, each area is already fully stocked with inhabitants, it follows that as each selected and favoured form increases in number, so will the less favoured forms decrease and become rare. Rarity, as geology tells us, is the precursor to extinction. We can, also, see that any form represented by few individuals will, during fluctuations in the seasons or in the number of its enemies, run a good chance of utter extinction. But we may go further than this; for as new forms are continually and slowly being produced, unless we believe that the number of specific forms goes on perpetually and almost indefinitely increasing, numbers inevitably must become extinct. That the number of specific forms has not indefinitely increased, geology shows us plainly; and indeed we can see reason why they should not have thus increased, for the number of places in the polity of nature is not indefinitely great, not that we have any means of knowing that any one region has as yet got its maximum of species. probably no region is as yet fully stocked, for at the Cape of Good Hope, where more species of plants are crowded together than in any other quarter of the world, some foreign plants have become naturalised, without causing, as far as we know, the extinction of any natives.Furthermore, the species which are most numerous in individuals will have the best chance of producing within any given period favourable variations. We have evidence of this, in the facts given in the second chapter, showing that it is the common species which afford the greatest number of recorded varieties, or incipient species. Hence, rare species will be less quickly modified or improved within any given period, and they will consequently be beaten in the race for life by the modified descendants of the commoner species.
2. 最后,建设而非烧毁桥梁也可能成为立下一个可信的承诺的办法。在1989年12月的东欧改革中,建桥意味着推倒隔离之墙。民主德国总理埃贡·克伦茨(EgonKrenz)面对大规模的示威抗议和移民潮,很想许诺改革,却又拿不出一个具体的计划。人民当然疑虑重重。凭什么他们应该相信改革的含糊许诺确实发自内心,并且影响深远?即便克伦茨真心支持改革,他也会失去人民的支持。拆除部分柏林墙有助于民主德国政府立下一个可信的立志改革的承诺,而不必提供什么具体细节。通过(重新)开放这一通向西方的桥梁,政府迫使自己一定要改革,否则就要冒人民大规模逃亡的风险。既然人们以后仍然可以逃亡国外,政府的改革许诺就会显得既可信,又值得等待。反正两德统一不到一年时间就要实现了。
3. 图12-5正确激励与平衡预算机制二(单位:百万美元)
4. 中世纪初期,在西欧可发现三个界线分明的社会集团:组成军事贵族阶层的贵族、构成教会和知识界显贵集团的教士和从事劳动以供养以上两个上层阶级的农民。随着商业的发展,中世纪社会等级的这种状况由于一个新的成分即城市资产阶级的出现而开始改变。随着这一阶级的财富增长、人数增多,它对各封建阶层的特权、对妨碍自由市场经济的发展的许多限制,日益不满起来。因此,资产阶级与民族君主政体结成了相互有利的联盟。国王们从资产阶级那里获得财政支援,从而能够维护自己对各封建阶层的权威;回过来,资产阶级则从整个王国建立起法律和秩序这一点中得益。这种联盟一直持续到它使不断成长的中产阶级感到厌烦时为止,因为此时,中产阶级为了摆脱王室对商业的种种限制、摆脱日渐增加的纳税负担、摆脱对宗教信仰自由的种种约束,转而反对起国王。中产阶级的这些目标是英国革命、美国革命和法国革命中的重要因素。这些革命的成功也意味着自由主义——为资产阶级的利益和目标提供了合理解释的新的思想意识——的成功。在这意义上,自由主义也许可称为是不断成长的中产阶级打算借以为自己获得它指望得到的那些利益和那种控制的特殊纲领。
5. 比如今天进去也比较紧张,我就不停给自己暗示,做好防护、做好防护、做好防护。
6. 有了这个仓储屋,解决了他的难题。


1. 这个动作可以给腹腔一个压力,使膈肌上抬,改变胸腔的压力,最终让气管里的异物排出。
2.   Lulled by the sound, I at last dropped asleep; I had not longslumbered when the sudden cessation of motion awoke me; the coach-doorwas open, and a person like a servant was standing at it: I saw herface and dress by the light of the lamps.
3. n. 身份,一致,特征
4.   THE next day commenced as before, getting up and dressing byrushlight; but this morning we were obliged to dispense with theceremony of washing; the water in the pitchers was frozen. A changehad taken place in the weather the preceding evening, and a keennorth-east wind, whistling through the crevices of our bedroom windowsall night long, had made us shiver in our beds, and turned thecontents of the ewers to ice.
5.   On the evening of the day on which I had seen Miss Scatcherd flogher pupil, Burns, I wandered as usual among the forms and tables andlaughing groups without a companion, yet not feeling lonely: when Ipassed the windows, I now and then lifted a blind, and looked out;it snowed fast, a drift was already forming against the lower panes;putting my ear close to the window, I could distinguish from thegleeful tumult within, the disconsolate moan of the wind outside.
6. 反对公营产品调整价格,第二个理由,是公营机构不知道“市场价格”,所以它只能一成不变地保持原来的价格。这个理由不正确,但错得深刻,需要一点篇幅来澄清。


1. 举报者供图据了解,2019年1月27日,12315投诉举报平台接到多名市民举报,反映保百购物广场、欣和超市、正和超市(均位处保定市区)的部分蔬菜价格过高、过快上涨。
2. 【注意】:实热证及糖尿病病人慎服。
3. 一旦货的风险锁定,我就可以在另一端做中远期交易。
4. 其中,有一个老大爷为我愤愤不平,直接气病了。
5. 如果做衣服,肯定与凡客直接成为对手。
6. We got very friendly over this game, but I told Terry we'd be sorry if we didn't get off while we could, and then we begged for knives. It was easy to show what we wanted to do, and they each proudly produced a sort of strong clasp-knife from their pockets.


1. 张某某的行为虽区别于一般的敲诈勒索,采取的是以发布、删除网络信息为威胁、要挟的特殊手段,但本质特征还是以非法占有为目的,对被害人使用恐吓、威胁或要挟的方法,侵害被害人财产权益。
2. 98point6之类的少数创业公司只专注于异步聊天,让患者和医生在方便时通过文字消息交流。
3. 另外还有一件事情值得一提。在瑞士队与土耳其队进行的一场欧洲冠军杯预选赛后,勒特利斯贝格尔曾经对瑞士队的赞助商瑞士信货公司提出指控,声称该公司曾经主动与他联系,要求他与罗马尼亚裁判扬·克勒丘内斯库一起在那场比赛中作弊。然而,瑞士信货公司却坚称,是勒特利斯贝格尔主动与该公司联系商讨比赛舞弊事宜的,并且还索贿六万四千美元。勒特利斯贝格尔对此却矢口否定,并且声称他并没有看懂自己签字的那些相关收据,因为那些文件中使用的不是他的母语文字。
4. 当时他把王裕宽叫出去,大家只是跟着去看看。
5.   (He runs to the She - Monkey, and makes her look through it.)Look through the sieve! Dost know him the thief, And dar'st thou not call himso?
6. 在此情况下,《礼射初阶》的主编、作者等五位著作权人向北京市互联网法院提起诉讼,请求法院判令叶诚删除涉嫌侵权的文章、公开道歉并赔偿相关的损失。


1. IV、结论
2. 感谢媒体朋友和社会各界长期以来对酒鬼酒的关注、支持和厚爱。
3.   'Mr. Peggotty,' he said, 'you are a thoroughly good fellow, and deserve to be as happy as you are tonight. My hand upon it! Ham, I give you joy, my boy. My hand upon that, too! Daisy, stir the fire, and make it a brisk one! and Mr. Peggotty, unless you can induce your gentle niece to come back (for whom I vacate this seat in the corner), I shall go. Any gap at your fireside on such a night - such a gap least of all - I wouldn't make, for the wealth of the Indies!'

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  • 1:郭晓莹 2020-07-18 01:26:33


  • 2:张振 2020-07-19 01:26:33

      "Well, I hope you will make a handsome wedding-present theday you marry Mademoiselle Danglars."

  • 3:杰达姆 2020-07-18 01:26:33

    "If we come back," I suggested cheerfully.

  • 4:基里尔 2020-07-14 01:26:33

      It is well known that several animals, belonging to the most different classes, which inhabit the caves of Styria and of Kentucky, are blind. In some of the crabs the foot-stalk for the eye remains, though the eye is gone; the stand for the telescope is there, though the telescope with its glasses has been lost. As it is difficult to imagine that eyes, though useless, could be in any way injurious to animals living in darkness, I attribute their loss wholly to disuse. In one of the blind animals, namely, the cave-rat, the eyes are of immense size; and Professor Silliman thought that it regained, after living some days in the light, some slight power of vision. In the same manner as in Madeira the wings of some of the insects have been enlarged, and the wings of others have been reduced by natural selection aided by use and disuse, so in the case of the cave-rat natural selection seems to have struggled with the loss of light and to have increased the size of the eyes; whereas with all the other inhabitants of the caves, disuse by itself seems to have done its work.It is difficult to imagine conditions of life more similar than deep limestone caverns under a nearly similar climate; so that on the common view of the blind animals having been separately created for the American and European caverns, close similarity in their organisation and affinities might have been expected; but, as Schi?dte and others have remarked, this is not the case, and the cave-insects of the two continents are not more closely allied than might have been anticipated from the general resemblance of the other inhabitants of North America and Europe. On my view we must suppose that American animals, having ordinary powers of vision, slowly migrated by successive generations from the outer world into the deeper and deeper recesses of the Kentucky caves, as did European animals into the caves of Europe. We have some evidence of this gradation of habit; for, as Schi?dte remarks, 'animals not far remote from ordinary forms, prepare the transition from light to darkness. Next follow those that are constructed for twilight; and, last of all, those destined for total darkness.' By the time that an animal had reached, after numberless generations, the deepest recesses, disuse will on this view have more or less perfectly obliterated its eyes, and natural selection will often have effected other changes, such as an increase in the length of the antennae or palpi, as a compensation for blindness. Notwithstanding such modifications, we might expect still to see in the cave-animals of America, affinities to the other inhabitants of that continent, and in those of Europe, to the inhabitants of the European continent. And this is the case with some of the American cave-animals, as I hear from Professor Dana; and some of the European cave-insects are very closely allied to those of the surrounding country. It would be most difficult to give any rational explanation of the affinities of the blind cave-animals to the other inhabitants of the two continents on the ordinary view of their independent creation. That several of the inhabitants of the caves of the Old and New Worlds should be closely related, we might expect from the well-known relationship of most of their other productions. Far from feeling any surprise that some of the cave-animals should be very anomalous, as Agassiz has remarked in regard to the blind fish, the Amblyopsis, and as is the case with the blind Proteus with reference to the reptiles of Europe, I am only surprised that more wrecks of ancient life have not been preserved, owing to the less severe competition to which the inhabitants of these dark abodes will probably have been exposed.Acclimatisation

  • 5:郑德九 2020-07-19 01:26:33


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  • 7:王夏恒 2020-07-19 01:26:33

      It has often been assumed that man has chosen for domestication animals and plants having an extraordinary inherent tendency to vary, and likewise to withstand diverse climates. I do not dispute that these capacities have added largely to the value of most of our domesticated productions; but how could a savage possibly know, when he first tamed an animal, whether it would vary in succeeding generations, and whether it would endure other climates? Has the little variability of the ass or guinea-fowl, or the small power of endurance of warmth by the reindeer, or of cold by the common camel, prevented their domestication? I cannot doubt that if other animals and plants, equal in number to our domesticated productions, and belonging to equally diverse classes and countries, were taken from a state of nature, and could be made to breed for an equal number of generations under domestication, they would vary on an average as largely as the parent species of our existing domesticated productions have varied.

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  • 10:俞振炳 2020-07-25 01:26:33

      `Miss Manette, then!'