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1. 这些额外加派,愈演而愈烈。
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3.   Milady at these words, which recalled frightful
4. 换掉年纪大了的王力宏,也许只是其中一步棋。
5.   `What health? What toast?'
6.   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.


1. "I am," said Sara, promptly, when she heard of this. "That's what I look at some people for. I like to know about them. I think them over afterward."
2.   THE next thing I remember is, waking up with a feeling as if Ihad had a frightful nightmare, and seeing before me a terrible redglare, crossed with thick black bars. I heard voices, too, speakingwith a hollow sound, and as if muffled by a rush of wind or water:agitation, uncertainty, and an all-predominating sense of terrorconfused my faculties. Ere long, I became aware that some one washandling me; lifting me up and supporting me in a sitting posture, andthat more tenderly than I had ever been raised or upheld before. Irested my head against a pillow or an arm, and felt easy.
3. 卡内基梅隆大学的研究员AraNefian是NASA的签约伙伴,一直负责开发于这款应用程序,甚至连他都说该技术给用户带来了困难。
4. It set minimum prices too high for commodities including cotton, sugar and corn, and as those prices diverged from the market prices, authorities encouraged excessive production as well as strong import flows.
5. 己亥年(光绪二十五年,一八九九年)袁世凯作山东巡抚,他就不客气把义和团当作乱民,派兵痛剿。团民在山东站不住,于己亥冬庚子春逃入河北。河北省当局反表示欢迎,所以义和团就在河北得势了。毓贤向载漪、刚毅等大替义和团宣传,说他们如何勇敢,可靠。载漪和刚毅介绍义和团给西太后,于是义和团在北京得势了。西太后及想实行废立的亲贵,顽固的士大夫及顽固爱国志士都与义和团打成一片,精诚团结去灭洋,以为灭了洋人他们各派的公私目的都能达到。庚子年拳匪之乱是我国顽固势力的总动员。
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1. 经过这些分析,你不用是一个经济学家,也不用是一个统计学家,就至少可以得出这样一个结论:印度过去的经济不发展并不是民主政治体制造成的,甚至可以说,正是印度今天变得更加民主,因此它的经济发展成就才更加出色。每一个东亚威权体制成功的故事都有一个对应的失败的故事。台湾变得富裕,而独裁的缅甸没有。韩国发展迅猛,而朝鲜停滞不前。新加坡的“强人统治”成功了,但是采取自由放任的香港也成功了。如果把视野越过东亚,可以看到在经济发展上,一些民主政权成功,而另一些民主政权失败。对于威权政权也是这样。这正是社会科学研究所揭示的:威权政体并不比民主政体在经济上更成功。
2. 汪凤藻要求先行撤兵,再商善后。陆奥谓非至朝鲜确然安堵,决不撤兵。汪谓整顿内治,应由朝鲜自办,中国不便干预,日本承认朝鲜为自主之国,更无干涉之权。陆奥称中日所见相违,日本对朝鲜利益甚大,非协定足以保持朝鲜将来安宁,并保证其政治得宜办法,决不撤兵,纵令中国看法不同,日本亦断不撤兵。他说这是对中国的第一次绝交书,时为六月二十二日。次日,命大鸟单独执行韩政改革,亦即根本不理中国的态度。
3. 应明确工资支付制度有人说自己年薪20万元,有人说30万元,事实上可能一个人说的是税前收入,一个人说的是税后。
4. 10.华为否认将推出消费级台式机:只提供芯片不做整机《科创板日报》8日讯,华为集团高级副总裁张顺茂对记者回应关于华为进军消费级台式机市场消息时表示,华为确实为国产台式机提供芯片,型号为鲲鹏920S。
5. 同样,对第I部类来说,一切和它们的不变资本价值的交换有关的事情,也不超出对4000Ic的考察范围。
6. 卵子黑市后患无穷一些辅助生殖领域专家告诉记者,一般情况下,一单卵子买卖的成交价为10多万元,而供卵女生仅能拿到1至2万元,从事卵子买卖的不法分子获利巨大,很多人铤而走险。


1. 到1905年初,给妻子的信中他又写道:“人们都在我开辟的道路上行进着。要想在今后几年中使自己有希望获得诺贝尔奖,我必须继续推进我的工作。”
2.   Then, when all the people went, it was no better. She continued plodding on, but exasperation and irritation had got hold of her lower body, she couldn't escape. The days seemed to grind by, with curious painfulness, yet nothing happened. Only she was getting thinner; even the housekeeper noticed it, and asked her about herself Even Tommy Dukes insisted she was not well, though she said she was all right. Only she began to be afraid of the ghastly white tombstones, that peculiar loathsome whiteness of Carrara marble, detestable as false teeth, which stuck up on the hillside, under Tevershall church, and which she saw with such grim painfulness from the park. The bristling of the hideous false teeth of tombstones on the hill affected her with a grisly kind of horror. She felt the time not far off when she would be buried there, added to the ghastly host under the tombstones and the monuments, in these filthy Midlands.
3.   He was a gentle harlot* and a kind; *a low fellow<52> A better fellow should a man not find. He woulde suffer, for a quart of wine, A good fellow to have his concubine A twelvemonth, and excuse him at the full. Full privily a *finch eke could he pull*. *"fleece" a man* And if he found owhere* a good fellaw, *anywhere He woulde teache him to have none awe In such a case of the archdeacon's curse; *But if* a manne's soul were in his purse; *unless* For in his purse he should y-punished be. "Purse is the archedeacon's hell," said he. But well I wot, he lied right indeed: Of cursing ought each guilty man to dread, For curse will slay right as assoiling* saveth; *absolving And also 'ware him of a significavit<53>. In danger had he at his owen guise The younge girles of the diocese, <54> And knew their counsel, and was of their rede*. *counsel A garland had he set upon his head, As great as it were for an alestake*: *The post of an alehouse sign A buckler had he made him of a cake.
4.   'Why, Lord bless my soul!' exclaimed Mr. Omer, after being thrown by his surprise into a fit of coughing, 'you don't say so! Minnie, my dear, you recollect? Dear me, yes; the party was a lady, I think?'
5.   After that Dioneus (by proceeding no further) declared the finishingof his Song; many more were sung beside, and that of Dioneus highlycommended. Some part of the night being spent in other delightfullexercises, and a fitting houre for rest drawing on: they betookethemselves to their Chambers, where we will leave them till tomorrow morning.
6.   Thus did they converse. Eurymachus then came up and said, "QueenPenelope, daughter of Icarius, if all the Achaeans in Iasian Argoscould see you at this moment, you would have still more suitors inyour house by tomorrow morning, for you are the most admirable womanin the whole world both as regards personal beauty and strength ofunderstanding."


1.   "Five hundred paces."
2.   "Yes, monsieur, I know only him."
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  • 1:伦珠 2020-07-21 01:17:45


  • 2:王学川 2020-07-23 01:17:45


  • 3:刘大为 2020-08-03 01:17:45


  • 4:刘含芳 2020-07-26 01:17:45


  • 5:薛玲 2020-08-06 01:17:45

      `So soon?'

  • 6:陈德海 2020-07-26 01:17:45

      And desirous of putting an end to the interview, he pushedby her, and closed the door, as if to exclude the pain hefelt. But remorse is not thus banished; like Virgil'swounded hero, he carried the arrow in his wound, and,arrived at the salon, Villefort uttered a sigh that wasalmost a sob, and sank into a chair.

  • 7:文森特·贝克 2020-08-05 01:17:45


  • 8:安陵容 2020-07-20 01:17:45

      In regard to plants, there is another means of observing the accumulated effects of selection namely, by comparing the diversity of flowers in the different varieties of the same species in the flower-garden; the diversity of leaves, pods, or tubers, or whatever part is valued, in the kitchen-garden, in comparison with the flowers of the same varieties; and the diversity of fruit of the same species in the orchard, in comparison with the leaves and flowers of the same set of varieties. See how different the leaves of the cabbage are, and how extremely alike the flowers; how unlike the flowers of the heartsease are, and how alike the leaves; how much the fruit of the different kinds of gooseberries differ in size, colour, shape, and hairiness, and yet the flowers present very slight differences. It is not that the varieties which differ largely in some one point do not differ at all in other points; this is hardly ever, perhaps never, the case. The laws of correlation of growth, the importance of which should never be overlooked, will ensure some differences; but, as a general rule, I cannot doubt that the continued selection of slight variations, either in the leaves, the flowers, or the fruit, will produce races differing from each other chiefly in these characters.It may be objected that the principle of selection has been reduced to methodical practice for scarcely more than three-quarters of a century; it has certainly been more attended to of late years, and many treatises have been published on the subject; and the result, I may add, has been, in a corresponding degree, rapid and important. But it is very far from true that the principle is a modern discovery. I could give several references to the full acknowledgement of the importance of the principle in works of high antiquity. In rude and barbarous periods of English history choice animals were often imported, and laws were passed to prevent their exportation: the destruction of horses under a certain size was ordered, and this may be compared to the 'roguing' of plants by nurserymen. The principle of selection I find distinctly given in an ancient Chinese encyclopaedia. Explicit rules are laid down by some of the Roman classical writers. From passages in Genesis, it is clear that the colour of domestic animals was at that early period attended to. Savages now sometimes cross their dogs with wild canine animals, to improve the breed, and they formerly did so, as is attested by passages in Pliny. The savages in South Africa match their draught cattle by colour, as do some of the Esquimaux their teams of dogs. Livingstone shows how much good domestic breeds are valued by the negroes of the interior of Africa who have not associated with Europeans. Some of these facts do not show actual selection, but they show that the breeding of domestic animals was carefully attended to in ancient times, and is now attended to by the lowest savages. It would, indeed, have been a strange fact, had attention not been paid to breeding, for the inheritance of good and bad qualities is so obvious.At the present time, eminent breeders try by methodical selection, with a distinct object in view, to make a new strain or sub-breed, superior to anything existing in the country. But, for our purpose, a kind of Selection, which may be called Unconscious, and which results from every one trying to possess and breed from the best individual animals, is more important. Thus, a man who intends keeping pointers naturally tries to get as good dogs as he can, and afterwards breeds from his own best dogs, but he has no wish or expectation of permanently altering the breed. Nevertheless I cannot doubt that this process, continued during centuries, would improve and modify any breed, in the same way as Bakewell, Collins, &c., by this very same process, only carried on more methodically, did greatly modify, even during their own lifetimes, the forms and qualities of their cattle. Slow and insensible changes of this kind could never be recognised unless actual measurements or careful drawings of the breeds in question had been made long ago, which might serve for comparison. In some cases, however, unchanged or but little changed individuals of the same breed may be found in less civilised districts, where the breed has been less improved. There is reason to believe that King Charles's spaniel has been unconsciously modified to a large extent since the time of that monarch. Some highly competent authorities are convinced that the setter is directly derived from the spaniel, and has probably been slowly altered from it. It is known that the English pointer has been greatly changed within the last century, and in this case the change has, it is believed, been chiefly effected by crosses with the fox-hound; but what concerns us is, that the change has been effected unconsciously and gradually, and yet so effectually, that, though the old Spanish pointer certainly came from Spain, Mr Barrow has not seen, as I am informed by him, any native dog in Spain like our pointer.By a similar process of selection, and by careful training, the whole body of English racehorses have come to surpass in fleetness and size the parent Arab stock, so that the latter, by the regulations for the Goodwood Races, are favoured in the weights they carry. Lord Spencer and others have shown how the cattle of England have increased in weight and in early maturity, compared with the stock formerly kept in this country. By comparing the accounts given in old pigeon treatises of carriers and tumblers with these breeds as now existing in Britain, India, and Persia, we can, I think, clearly trace the stages through which they have insensibly passed, and come to differ so greatly from the rock-pigeon.

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  • 10:郭利根 2020-07-29 01:17:45

      The Greek king was naturally very weak, and did not perceive the wicked intention of his vizir, nor was he firm enough to keep to his first resolution.