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1.   The others all agreed, but Ulysses, to throw them off the scent,said, "Sirs, an old man like myself, worn out with suffering, cannothold his own against a young one; but my irrepressible belly urgesme on, though I know it can only end in my getting a drubbing. Youmust swear, however that none of you will give me a foul blow tofavour Irus and secure him the victory."
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3.   `You seem to know this quarter well; that is to say, better than I do?' observed Defarge.
4.   "Yes. Her bed this morning had not been slept in, her room wasempty, and a note for me lay upon the hall table. I had said to herlast night, in sorrow and not in anger, that if she had married my boyall might have been well with him. Perhaps it was thoughtless of me tosay so. It is to that remark that she refers in this note:'MY DEAREST UNCLE:
5. 2008年金融危机,武汉新芯订单几乎为0,美光收购最是积极,几乎已成囊中之物。
6. 再这么相下去,怕是彩礼钱都要花掉一半了。


1.   "Come on," he said, "I'll see you through all right. Get yourselfsome clothes."
2.   Cyril Overton was much excited. "Hold it to the glass!" he cried."That is unnecessary," said Holmes. "The paper is thin, and thereverse will give the message. Here it is." He turned it over, andwe read:
3.   `How goes it, Jacques?'
4.   Thus Sindbad ended the story of his seventh and last voyage, and turning to Hindbad he added:
5. 倡导构建大数据监管模式没有实际经营业务的空壳公司是滋生发票犯罪的温床。
6. 原标题:深夜少年挨家挨户敲门,救了一楼人。


1. 从这个维度来看,就业难阶段,在线招聘平台其实有望迎来新一轮的快速扩张。
2. 如果在第I部类和第II部类之间,在资本主义生产者本身的两大部类之间,不是直接进行交换,而是有商人做中间人,靠商人的“货币”去克服一切困难,那也是无济于事的。例如,在当前的场合,200Im归根结底要卖给第II部类的产业资本家。它可以通过一系列商人之手,但是最后一个商人,就其和第II部类的关系来
3. Jira:Bug和Milestone跟踪。
4.   But Connie's heart simply stood still at the thought of abandoning Clifford there and then. She couldn't do it. No...no! She just couldn't. She had to go back to Wragby.
5. 常见行为:通过疫情进行概念炒作。
6. 天山之战以后,北匈奴在南匈奴、鲜卑的不断进攻下,实力进一步削弱。


1. ['letis]
2. 更有不少人苦于孩子不善跳绳,不惜花高价给孩子报了各种跳绳培训班,让孩子不输在跳绳的起跑线。
3. 发明专利会导致垄断是对的。但垄断可不一定导致传统上所说的浪费(见卷二第七章于后)。另一方面,持有专利的人可以将专利租出去给很多个使用者,促成竞争的局面。要是没有发明专利的酬报而使发明胎死腹中,社会的损失就更大了。不管怎样垄断,有发明总要比没有好。
4.   "You know him."
5. 事实上,因为考试未获通过而被否决任职资格的银行高管并不在少数。
6. 事情是这样的。整座经济学大厦中,最重要的基石是“需求第一定律”。它是说:当其他条件不变时,代价越大,需求量越小;或者说,代价越小,需求量越大。这个定律可以用图形来表示。习惯上,用横坐标表示需求量,纵坐标表示价格,那么需求定律就可以描绘成一条从左上角到右下角的曲线,这条曲线的最基本特征,就是“向右下倾斜”。


1. 建议每日打开门窗通风2~3次,每次30分钟左右。
2. 在西藏南部门隅地区,住有人数不多的门巴族(现有四万人左右),通用藏语和藏文。自清初,即处于达赖喇嘛统治之下,向西藏官府交纳赋税,服差役。奉喇嘛教。
3.   Aladdin made them set out to the palace, two and two, followed by his mother. They were so richly dressed, with such splendid jewels in their girdles, that everyone crowded to see them and the basins of gold they carried on their heads.

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  • 1:王亢 2020-08-03 04:57:10


  • 2:李黑记 2020-08-05 04:57:10

      Our ignorance of the laws of variation is profound. Not in one case out of a hundred can we pretend to assign any reason why this or that part differs, more or less, from the same part in the parents. But whenever we have the means of instituting a comparison, the same laws appear to have acted in producing the lesser differences between varieties of the same species, and the greater differences between species of the same genus. The external conditions of life, as climate and food, &c., seem to have induced some slight modifications. Habit in producing constitutional differences, and use in strengthening, and disuse in weakening and diminishing organs, seem to have been more potent in their effects. Homologous parts tend to vary in the same way, and homologous parts tend to cohere. Modifications in hard parts and in external parts sometimes affect softer and internal parts. When one part is largely developed, perhaps it tends to draw nourishment from the adjoining parts; and every part of the structure which can be saved without detriment to the individual, will be saved. Changes of structure at an early age will generally affect parts subsequently developed; and there are very many other correlations of growth, the nature of which we are utterly unable to understand. Multiple parts are variable in number and in structure, perhaps arising from such parts not having been closely specialized to any particular function, so that their modifications have not been closely checked by natural selection. It is probably from this same cause that organic beings low in the scale of nature are more variable than those which have their whole organisation more specialized, and are higher in the scale. Rudimentary organs, from being useless, will be disregarded by natural selection, and hence probably are variable. Specific characters that is, the characters which have come to differ since the several species of the same genus branched off from a common parent are more variable than generic characters, or those which have long been inherited, and have not differed within this same period. In these remarks we have referred to special parts or organs being still variable, because they have recently varied and thus come to differ; but we have also seen in the second Chapter that the same principle applies to the whole individual; for in a district where many species of any genus are found that is, where there has been much former variation and differentiation, or where the manufactory of new specific forms has been actively at work there, on an average, we now find most varieties or incipient species. Secondary sexual characters are highly variable, and such characters differ much in the species of the same group. Variability in the same parts of the organisation has generally been taken advantage of in giving secondary sexual differences to the sexes of the same species, and specific differences to the several species of the same genus. Any part or organ developed to an extraordinary size or in an extraordinary manner, in comparison with the same part or organ in the allied species, must have gone through an extraordinary amount of modification since the genus arose; and thus we can understand why it should often still be variable in a much higher degree than other parts; for variation is a long-continued and slow process, and natural selection will in such cases not as yet have had time to overcome the tendency to further variability and to reversion to a less modified state. But when a species with any extraordinarily-developed organ has become the parent of many modified descendants which on my view must be a very slow process, requiring a long lapse of time in this case, natural selection may readily have succeeded in giving a fixed character to the organ, in however extraordinary a manner it may be developed. Species inheriting nearly the same constitution from a common parent and exposed to similar influences will naturally tend to present analogous variations, and these same species may occasionally revert to some of the characters of their ancient progenitors. Although new and important modifications may not arise from reversion and analogous variation, such modifications will add to the beautiful and harmonious diversity of nature.Whatever the cause may be of each slight difference in the offspring from their parents and a cause for each must exist it is the steady accumulation, through natural selection, of such differences, when beneficial to the individual, that gives rise to all the more important modifications of structure, by which the innumerable beings on the face of this earth are enabled to struggle with each other, and the best adapted to survive.

  • 3:方泽东 2020-07-21 04:57:10


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  • 6:龙津 2020-07-26 04:57:10

      Alph. De Candolle and others have shown that plants which have very wide ranges generally present varieties; and this might have been expected, as they become exposed to diverse physical conditions, and as they come into competition (which, as we shall hereafter see, is a far more important circumstance) with different sets of organic beings. But my tables further show that, in any limited country, the species which are most common, that is abound most in individuals, and the species which are most widely diffused within their own country (and this is a different consideration from wide range, and to a certain extent from commonness), often give rise to varieties sufficiently well-marked to have been recorded in botanical works. Hence it is the most flourishing, or, as they may be called, the dominant species, those which range widely over the world, are the most diffused in their own country, and are the most numerous in individuals, which oftenest produce well-marked varieties, or, as I consider them, incipient species. And this, perhaps, might have been anticipated; for, as varieties, in order to become in any degree permanent, necessarily have to struggle with the other inhabitants of the country, the species which are already dominant will be the most likely to yield offspring which, though in some slight degree modified, will still inherit those advantages that enabled their parents to become dominant over their compatriots.If the plants inhabiting a country and described in any Flora be divided into two equal masses, all those in the larger genera being placed on one side, and all those in the smaller genera on the other side, a somewhat larger number of the very common and much diffused or dominant species will be found on the side of the larger genera. This, again, might have been anticipated; for the mere fact of many species of the same genus inhabiting any country, shows that there is something in the organic or inorganic conditions of that country favourable to the genus; and, consequently, we might have expected to have found in the larger genera, or those including many species, a large proportional number of dominant species. But so many causes tend to obscure this result, that I am surprised that my tables show even a small majority on the side of the larger genera. I will here allude to only two causes of obscurity. Fresh-water and salt-loving plants have generally very wide ranges and are much diffused, but this seems to be connected with the nature of the stations inhabited by them, and has little or no relation to the size of the genera to which the species belong. Again, plants low in the scale of organisation are generally much more widely diffused than plants higher in the scale; and here again there is no close relation to the size of the genera. The cause of lowly-organised plants ranging widely will be discussed in our chapter on geographical distribution.From looking at species as only strongly-marked and well-defined varieties, I was led to anticipate that the species of the larger genera in each country would oftener present varieties, than the species of the smaller genera; for wherever many closely related species (i.e. species of the same genus) have been formed, many varieties or incipient species ought, as a general rule, to be now forming. Where many large trees grow, we expect to find saplings. Where many species of a genus have been formed through variation, circumstances have been favourable for variation; and hence we might expect that the circumstances would generally be still favourable to variation. On the other hand, if we look at each species as a special act of creation, there is no apparent reason why more varieties should occur in a group having many species, than in one having few.

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  • 8:刁文元 2020-07-31 04:57:10

      "There is another way," said Morrel. The old man'sinterrogative eye said, "What?"

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