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1. 对于大部分公司来说,数据都是核心生命线,绝对不能为了上分布式牺牲数据的一致性和安全性,需要对用户的财产和信息负责。
2.   "No, monsieur, it is not Aramis; and by your exclamation Iperceive you have mistaken me for another, and pardon you.""You pardon me?" cried D'Artagnan.
3. 然而,我相信技术的发展不仅可以让远程办公成为现实,而且这种趋势是无法避免的。
4. The wall at that point was singularly uninviting. It rose so straight that we had to put our heads over to see the base, and the country below seemed to be a far-off marshy tangle of rank vegetation. We did not have to risk our necks to that extent, however, for at last, stealing along among the rocks and trees like so many creeping savages, we came to that flat space where we had landed; and there, in unbelievable good fortune, we found our machine.
5. 但是主持父亲生日宴会的小饶和丈夫不认可:一是怎么证明鸡死亡和放烟花有关?二是家庭困难也无力赔偿。
6. "But--but--I mean for cooking--for grown people," Terry blundered, while they looked amazed and a shade displeased.


1. 可敌66团不光枪多炮多,而且枪炮很准,解放军第一次进攻就受挫,不得不退下来。
2. 不仅外国公司租借了大片土地,而且外国移居者也接管了许多肥沃的耕地。探险者曾报告说,内地有些高原不仅气候宜人,而且土地肥沃。结果,欧洲移居者成群结队地蜂拥而入,尤其是拥入南罗得西亚和东非。不久以后,他们就在这些地区获得了最理想的农业地产。
3. 一名民警称,因为涉事女生均是未成年人,无法拘留。
4.   "That's better. Now go on."
5. 想在这样的世界过得顺风顺水,需要心态非常灵活、情感极度平衡。人类将不得不一再放弃某些自己最熟悉的事物,并要学会与未知和平相处。但麻烦的是,教孩子拥抱未知、保持心态平衡,比教他们物理公式或第一次世界大战的起因要困难许多。人的韧性光靠读书听课是培养不出来的。现在的教师多半也是旧教育系统下的产物,通常他们自己的心态也都不够灵活。
6. 事后神州优车公关经理称,人力资源部的小姐姐深度自责,正在闭门自省中。


1. 我们居住在一个有着左右极权主义的世界上,又有哪个国家能说自己完全尊重人权并且不存在任何形式的歧视呢?……我希望那些有不同观点和情感的人不要利用奥运会来分割世界,而是要拿它来团结全人类。国际奥委会明年要在巴登-巴登举行第十一届奥林匹克大会,届时国际单项体育联合会、各国奥委会、运动员联合会以及政府和非政府体育组织都将派代表出席……将讨论一些永久性的奥林匹克政策,包括运动员参赛资格、商业化、政治化以及奥运会的规模、举办和管理等……我现在邀请国务卿赛勒斯·万斯先生正式宣布第82届国际奥委会例会开幕。(大会致辞,普莱西德湖,1980年2月)
2. 慈善并不仅仅是付出金钱,商业才是最大的公益。
3. 这时候我才意识到不妙。
4. 而作为王储,既然已经通过手段上位,就要力压比自己能干的叔叔和哥哥们。
5. 他告诉我对手是个半职业选手,但没听他提起过金腰带。
6. 像一个安卓一样,你的操作系统是最重要的,操作系统现在是在APP里面,还是在线上。


1. "I have very few relations," said Ermengarde, reflectively, "and I'm very glad of it. I don't like those I have. My two aunts are always saying, `Dear me, Ermengarde! You are very fat. You shouldn't eat sweets,' and my uncle is always asking me things like, `When did Edward the Third ascend the throne?' and, `Who died of a surfeit of lampreys?'"
2. 现场执法人员提到,实际上,能约束这些地下室娱乐场所的相关条例还有很多,从经营许可、消防安全等多个层面都有涉及。
3. 构成犯罪的,依法追究刑事责任。
4.   `--And if it does come, while we live to see it triumph--I hope, for her sake, Destiny will keep her husband out of France.'
5.   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.
6. 电动扶梯是向上运行的,倘若当时没人及时关掉电梯,后果不堪设想


1.   It fortuned in the time of their hopefull expectation a Knight,named Signior Lambertuccio, fell likewise in love with Isabella: butbecause he was somewhat unsightly of person, and utterly unpleasing inthe eye, she grew regardlesse of his frequent solicitings, and wouldnot accept either tokens, or letters. Which when hee saw, (beingvery rich and of great power) hee sought to compasse his intent by acontrary course, threatning her with scandall and disgrace to herreputation, and with his associates to bandie against her bestfriends. She knowing what manner of man he was, and how able toabuse any with infamous imputations, wisely returned him hopefullpromises, though never meaning to performe any, but onely(Lady-like) to flatter and foole him therewith.
2. 此外,有关科比追悼会的门票信息还暂未公布。
3.   Ulysses answered, "I see that you are of an unbelieving mind; I havegiven you my oath, and yet you will not credit me; let us then makea bargain, and call all the gods in heaven to witness it. If yourmaster comes home, give me a cloak and shirt of good wear, and send meto Dulichium where I want to go; but if he does not come as I say hewill, set your men on to me, and tell them to throw me from yonderprecepice, as a warning to tramps not to go about the countrytelling lies."

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      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

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      'Is it still Rasselas?' I asked, coming behind her.

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      The rest approved his words, and thereon men servants poured waterover the hands of the guests, while pages filled the mixing-bowls withwine and water and handed it round after giving every man hisdrink-offering. Then, when they had made their offerings and had drunkeach as much as he desired, Ulysses craftily said:

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