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1.   "My friends, this man will give us no quarter. He will stand wherehe is and shoot us down till he has killed every man among us. Letus then show fight; draw your swords, and hold up the tables to shieldyou from his arrows. Let us have at him with a rush, to drive him fromthe pavement and doorway: we can then get through into the town, andraise such an alarm as shall soon stay his shooting."
2.   How? Where? The treasure hath he buried, pray?Mephistopheles
3. 那如果这样的话我们其实可以做的更好一点。
4. 罗钦顺(一四六五——一五四七年),号整庵,江西泰和人,官至南京吏部尚书,著有《困知记》、《整庵存稿》。罗氏在《困知记》中写道:“通天地,亘古今,无非一气而已。气本一也,而一动一静,一往一来,一阖一辟,一升一降,……千条万绪,纷纭胶,而率不可乱,有莫知其所以然而然,是即所谓理也。”表明他认为“气”是世界的本源,“理”是由“气”的运动而产生的规律,“理”不能离开“气”而独立存在。这实质上是主张精神来源物质,是朴素的唯物论的观点。罗氏进一步指出人心是思维器官,精神与存在是两回事,批评王阳明的“心外无物”,说:“盈天地之间者惟万物,人固万物中一物尔”。“然形质既具,则其分不能不殊”。“若谓天地人物之变化皆吾心之变化,而以发育万物归之吾心,是不知有分之殊矣。”但在涉及到人的社会性时,罗氏基本上继承了理学家的伦常观点,提倡纲常伦理,认为“人之道”,是由君臣父子夫妇长幼朋友与喜怒哀乐组成,两者协调,仁义礼智就在其中了。促成这两者协调的就是王道。他希望百姓遵循三纲五常,使帝王实现“德业”。他又认为人欲有善有恶,关键在于对它要节制,与理学的灭人欲观点不尽一致。
5. 针对这个情况,施尔美又提出了第二个解决方案:再花两万元将手术升级为肋软骨隆鼻术。
6.   `How could they make him an officer when he speaks broad Derbyshire?'


1.   庭审持续了4个小时,择日判决。
2.   Habit is hereditary with plants, as in the period of flowering, in the amount of rain requisite for seeds to germinate, in the time of sleep, &c., and this leads me to say a few words on acclimatisation. As it is extremely common for species of the same genus to inhabit very hot and very cold countries, and as I believe that all the species of the same genus have descended from a single parent, if this view be correct, acclimatisation must be readily effected during long-continued descent. It is notorious that each species is adapted to the climate of its own home: species from an arctic or even from a temperate region cannot endure a tropical climate, or conversely. So again, many succulent plants cannot endure a damp climate. But the degree of adaptation of species to the climates under which they live is often overrated. We may infer this from our frequent inability to predict whether or not an imported plant will endure our climate, and from the number of plants and animals brought from warmer countries which here enjoy good health. We have reason to believe that species in a state of nature are limited in their ranges by the competition of other organic beings quite as much as, or more than, by adaptation to particular climates. But whether or not the adaptation be generally very close, we have evidence, in the case of some few plants, of their becoming, to a certain extent, naturally habituated to different temperatures, or becoming acclimatised: thus the pines and rhododendrons, raised from seed collected by Dr Hooker from trees growing at different heights on the Himalaya were found in this country to possess different constitutional powers of resisting cold. Mr Thwaites informs me that he has observed similar facts in Ceylon, and analogous observations have been made by Mr H. C. Watson on European species of plants brought from the Azores to England. In regard to animals, several authentic cases could be given of species within historical times having largely extended their range from warmer to cooler latitudes, and conversely; but we do not positively know that these animals were strictly adapted to their native climate, but in all ordinary cases we assume such to be the case; nor do we know that they have subsequently become acclimatised to their new homes.As I believe that our domestic animals were originally chosen by uncivilised man because they were useful and bred readily under confinement, and not because they were subsequently found capable of far-extended transportation, I think the common and extraordinary capacity in our domestic animals of not only withstanding the most different climates but of being perfectly fertile (a far severer test) under them, may be used as an argument that a large proportion of other animals, now in a state of nature, could easily be brought to bear widely different climates. We must not, however, push the foregoing argument too far, on account of the probable origin of some of our domestic animals from several wild stocks: the blood, for instance, of a tropical and arctic wolf or wild dog may perhaps be mingled in our domestic breeds. The rat and mouse cannot be considered as domestic animals, but they have been transported by man to many parts of the world, and now have a far wider range than any other rodent, living free under the cold climate of Faroe in the north and of the Falklands in the south, and on many islands in the torrid zones. Hence I am inclined to look at adaptation to any special climate as a quality readily grafted on an innate wide flexibility of constitution, which is common to most animals. On this view, the capacity of enduring the most different climates by man himself and by his domestic animals, and such facts as that former species of the elephant and rhinoceros were capable of enduring a glacial climate, whereas the living species are now all tropical or sub-tropical in their habits, ought not to be looked at as anomalies, but merely as examples of a very common flexibility of constitution, brought, under peculiar circumstances, into play.How much of the acclimatisation of species to any peculiar climate is due to mere habit, and how much to the natural selection of varieties having different innate constitutions, and how much to means combined, is a very obscure question. That habit or custom has some influence I must believe, both from analogy, and from the incessant advice given in agricultural works, even in the ancient Encyclopaedias of China, to be very cautious in transposing animals from one district to another; for it is not likely that man should have succeeded in selecting so many breeds and sub-breeds with constitutions specially fitted for their own districts: the result must, I think, be due to habit. On the other hand, I can see no reason to doubt that natural selection will continually tend to preserve those individuals which are born with constitutions best adapted to their native countries. In treatises on many kinds of cultivated plants, certain varieties are said to withstand certain climates better than others: this is very strikingly shown in works on fruit trees published in the United States, in which certain varieties are habitually recommended for the northern, and others for the southern States; and as most of these varieties are of recent origin, they cannot owe their constitutional differences to habit. The case of the Jerusalem artichoke, which is never propagated by seed, and of which consequently new varieties have not been produced, has even been advanced for it is now as tender as ever it was -- as proving that acclimatisation cannot be effected! The case, also, of the kidney-bean has been often cited for a similar purpose, and with much greater weight; but until some one will sow, during a score of generations, his kidney-beans so early that a very large proportion are destroyed by frost, and then collect seed from the few survivors, with care to prevent accidental crosses, and then again get seed from these seedlings, with the same precautions, the experiment cannot be said to have been even tried. Nor let it be supposed that no differences in the constitution of seedling kidney-beans ever appear, for an account has been published how much more hardy some seedlings appeared to be than others.On the whole, I think we may conclude that habit, use, and disuse, have, in some cases, played a considerable part in the modification of the constitution, and of the structure of various organs; but that the effects of use and disuse have often been largely combined with, and sometimes overmastered by, the natural selection of innate differences.
3.   O LEWD book! with thy foul rudeness, Since thou hast neither beauty nor eloquence, Who hath thee caus'd or giv'n the hardiness For to appear in my lady's presence? I am full sicker* thou know'st her benevolence, *certain Full agreeable to all her abying,* *merit For of all good she is the best living.
4. 华为副董事长胡厚崑在10月份的一场论坛中表示:目前已经有40个运营商发布5G网络,到今年年底,会有超过60个5G商用网络,遍布全球各个国家。
5.   And look, my hand doth thine enclose!
6. 在印度人的社交习惯里,彼此只要在同一个群,就默认你们很熟了。


1. ● “一艾滋病女子故意传播艾滋病给586名男子,计划在2017年之前传染2000人以上”
2. Q:火神山现场的记录者多吗?A:记录者不是很多,这个时期比较特殊大家都比较担心。
3. "Well, if you want me to," said Sara.
4. 出国留学是很多人参加雅思考试的主要原因,除此之外,还有很多人因为申请移民、出国工作、甚至在国内申请外资企业工作时,也都需要提供雅思成绩。
5.   Ulysses answered, "Madam, I have foresworn rugs and blankets fromthe day that I left the snowy ranges of Crete to go on shipboard. Iwill lie as I have lain on many a sleepless night hitherto. Nightafter night have I passed in any rough sleeping place, and waitedfor morning. Nor, again, do I like having my feet washed; I shallnot let any of the young hussies about your house touch my feet;but, if you have any old and respectable woman who has gone through asmuch trouble as I have, I will allow her to wash them."
6. 原标题:师生从教室打到办公室:教育惩戒的界限在哪儿|新京报快评文|李清据界面新闻报道,近日,四川省达州市教育局对该市某学校一教师与学生发生冲突相关情况进行了调查处理。


1.   Her father warned her again: `Why don't you get yourself a beau, Connie? Do you all the good in the world.'
2.   "Ah, I have been running very fast, mademoiselle, but I mustdo M. Morrel the justice to say that he ran still faster."Noirtier directed their attention to a waiter, on which wasplaced a decanter containing lemonade and a glass. Thedecanter was nearly full, with the exception of a little,which had been already drunk by M. Noirtier.
3. 国家知识产权局相关负责人表示,专利是科技成果向现实生产力转化运用的桥梁和纽带。
4.   "If she wrote the note she was presumably the friend and confederateof Garcia. What, then, might she be expected to do if she heard of hisdeath? If he met it in some nefarious enterprise her lips might besealed. Still, in her heart, she must retain bitterness and hatredagainst those who had killed him and would presumably help so far asshe could to have revenge upon them. Could we see her, then, and tryto use her? That was my first thought. But now we come to a sinisterfact. Miss Burnet has not been seen by any human eye since the nightof the murder. From that evening she has utterly vanished. Is shealive? Has she perhaps met her end on the same night as the friendwhom she had summoned? Or is she merely a prisoner? There is the pointwhich we still have to decide.
5.   "I? In what can I have offended her--I who ever since I haveknown her have lived at her feet like a slave? Speak, I begyou!"
6.   `I certainly have seen that.'


1. adj. 精美的,微妙的,美
2. 美股周三特斯拉股价大涨2.5%,财报公布后,特斯拉盘后股价继续大涨超过10%。
3. 因担心王某,李某家人托朋友查找王某信息,被告知王某军官证是伪造。

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