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1. "But acquired traits are not transmissible," Terry declared. "Weissman has proved that."
2. 视频截图河南郑州火车站4部人行扶梯闲置8年未运行引发公众关注,截至今日10点,闲置扶梯仍未投入使用。
3.   Pyrrhus had quickely brought the Axe, and hewing downe the tree,so soone as the Lady saw it fall; turning her selfe to Nicostratus,she said. Now that I have seene mine honour and honesties enemy laidalong; mine anger is past, and Husband, I freely pardon you:intreating you heartily henceforward, not to presume or imagine,that my love eyther is, or can bee altred from you.
4. adj. 有营养的,滋养的
5. 滴滴出行APP显示,起步价1.5元,包含时长30分钟。
6. 然而,要在B端市场站稳脚根,除了需要优质的产品服务,还需要合适的销售渠道,实现产品落地。


1. 我如实把情况向院士讲了,并自我解嘲地讲了句:“竟孤陋寡闻如此!”
2. [strein]
3. 1月6日当天,陈某打听到罗某某的新家地址后,就开始了自己的报复行为。
4. 非典时期,携程的业务量极度萎缩,有很多电话坐席员没有事干。
5.   "But can he understand you?"
6.   "Will you have enough to buy in anywhere else?" asked Carrie.


1.   `At a little after midnight.'
2. "But--the people--the children," he protested, not believing her in the least, but not wishing to say so.
3. 在西方国家更新、更广泛的国民身份认同里,白人们也有自己的一席之地。但是除非他们接受这一点,“白”的危机仍会持续存在下去。
4. 大仲马在《基督山伯爵》中写道,人类的一切智慧都可以总结为两个词——等待与希望。
5.  结语细节之中藏有魔鬼。
6. 而且,在去年欧洲杯期间央视一位女性评论员因为“长相问题”而被少量观众在社交媒体上吐槽。


1. 首先是内部的虚弱。由于铜和青铜昂贵而又稀少,因而不能广泛地用来制造武器和工具。这就使武器实际上为君主及其政治、军事集团所垄断,从而加强了他们的特权地位,使他们处于社会金字塔之顶。同时,这也意味着,在总人口中只有小部分人得以武装起来;当古老的文明中心须面临全体武装的游牧民的进攻时,这就成为一个极其严重的缺点。
2.   He looked at her curiously, uneasily, half-suspiciously. And she felt he wasn't telling her the real truth; he wasn't telling himself the real truth, that was it. He disliked any suggestion of a really exceptional human being. People must be more or less at his level, or below it.
3. 打掉价格水分后,购车用户不再担心被忽悠当冤大头,二手车开始成为了购车的优选项甚至首选项。
4. 1元硬币规格调整后,直径缩小11%,便于公众携带使用。
5. 此外,每天的交易数据被记录下来,摊主心中的账本再清楚,也比不过如今可查询、可追踪的数据账本。
6.   THE TALE.


1. 似乎教师们都不上课,都不备课,都不批改作业,就等着完成上级部门交办的任务。
2.   "I saw some of the brewery people to-day," said Hurstwood. "Oneman told me he'd try to make a place for me in two or threeweeks."
3.   Connie looked up at him at last. The child, her child, was just an `it' to him. It...it...it!

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  • 1:陈邵珣 2020-07-29 23:34:14


  • 2:卢晓峰 2020-08-03 23:34:14

    "Dunno. Never got nothin' today--nowhere. I've axed an' axed."

  • 3:李光兵 2020-07-21 23:34:14


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  • 7:臧国寅 2020-07-18 23:34:14

      When that the sun out of the south gan west, And that this flow'r gan close, and go to rest, For darkness of the night, the which she dread;* *dreaded Home to my house full swiftly I me sped, To go to rest, and early for to rise, To see this flower spread, as I devise.* *describe And in a little arbour that I have, That benched was of turfes fresh y-grave,* <12> *cut out I bade men shoulde me my couche make; For dainty* of the newe summer's sake, *pleasure I bade them strowe flowers on my bed. When I was laid, and had mine eyen hid, I fell asleep; within an hour or two, Me mette* how I lay in the meadow tho,** *dreamed **then To see this flow'r that I love so and dread. And from afar came walking in the mead The God of Love, and in his hand a queen; And she was clad in royal habit green; A fret* of gold she hadde next her hair, *band And upon that a white corown she bare, With flowrons* small, and, as I shall not lie, *florets <13> For all the world right as a daisy Y-crowned is, with white leaves lite,* *small So were the flowrons of her crowne white. For of one pearle, fine, oriential, Her white crowne was y-maked all, For which the white crown above the green Made her like a daisy for to see'n,* *look upon Consider'd eke her fret of gold above. Y-clothed was this mighty God of Love In silk embroider'd, full of greene greves,* *boughs In which there was a fret of red rose leaves, The freshest since the world was first begun. His gilt hair was y-crowned with a sun, lnstead of gold, for* heaviness and weight; *to avoid Therewith me thought his face shone so bright, That well unnethes might I him behold; And in his hand me thought I saw him hold Two fiery dartes, as the gledes* red; *glowing coals And angel-like his winges saw I spread. And *all be* that men say that blind is he, *although* Algate* me thoughte that he might well see; *at all events For sternly upon me he gan behold, So that his looking *did my hearte cold.* *made my heart And by the hand he held this noble queen, grow cold* Crowned with white, and clothed all in green, So womanly, so benign, and so meek, That in this worlde, though that men would seek. Half of her beauty shoulde they not find In creature that formed is by Kind;* *Nature And therefore may I say, as thinketh me, This song in praising of this lady free:

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  • 10:钱存训 2020-07-30 23:34:14

      Although natural selection can act only through and for the good of each being, yet characters and structures, which we are apt to consider as of very trifling importance, may thus be acted on. When we see leaf-eating insects green, and bark-feeders mottled-grey; the alpine ptarmigan white in winter, the red-grouse the colour of heather, and the black-grouse that of peaty earth, we must believe that these tints are of service to these birds and insects in preserving them from danger. Grouse, if not destroyed at some period of their lives, would increase in countless numbers; they are known to suffer largely from birds of prey; and hawks are guided by eyesight to their prey, so much so, that on parts of the Continent persons are warned not to keep white pigeons, as being the most liable to destruction. Hence I can see no reason to doubt that natural selection might be most effective in giving the proper colour to each kind of grouse, and in keeping that colour, when once acquired, true and constant. Nor ought we to think that the occasional destruction of an animal of any particular colour would produce little effect: we should remember how essential it is in a flock of white sheep to destroy every lamb with the faintest trace of black. In plants the down on the fruit and the colour of the flesh are considered by botanists as characters of the most trifling importance: yet we hear from an excellent horticulturist, Downing, that in the United States smooth-skinned fruits suffer far more from a beetle, a curculio, than those with down; that purple plums suffer far more from a certain disease than yellow plums; whereas another disease attacks yellow-fleshed peaches far more than those with other coloured flesh. If, with all the aids of art, these slight differences make a great difference in cultivating the several varieties, assuredly, in a state of nature, where the trees would have to struggle with other trees and with a host of enemies, such differences would effectually settle which variety, whether a smooth or downy, a yellow or purple fleshed fruit, should succeed.In looking at many small points of difference between species, which, as far as our ignorance permits us to judge, seem to be quite unimportant, we must not forget that climate, food, &c., probably produce some slight and direct effect. It is, however, far more necessary to bear in mind that there are many unknown laws of correlation of growth, which, when one part of the organisation is modified through variation, and the modifications are accumulated by natural selection for the good of the being, will cause other modifications, often of the most unexpected nature.