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1. 在全球市场中,苹果和谷歌皆拥有覆盖全球众多国家城市的三维实景地图数据资产,并面向政府、企业和公众市场提供服务。
2. Western states dominate the best states for projected job growth. Only two, Florida and Georgia, of the top 10 are located east of the Mississippi River. Rounding out the top five are Colorado (2.6% annual projected growth), North Dakota (2.5%) and Florida (2.5%).
3. [.dem?'kr?tik]
4. 他告诉中国新闻周刊,王某然在成都的搏击圈内小有名气,圈子不大,吴某不可能不知。
5.   As she spoke Telemachus sneezed so loudly that the whole houseresounded with it. Penelope laughed when she heard this, and said toEumaeus, "Go and call the stranger; did you not hear how my sonsneezed just as I was speaking? This can only mean that all thesuitors are going to be killed, and that not one of them shall escape.Furthermore I say, and lay my saying to your heart: if I amsatisfied that the stranger is speaking the truth I shall give him ashirt and cloak of good wear."
6. 不管怎样,商场总归有一些出人意料的事情,也没有常胜将军。

航海

1. 当然,现实中能达到这样顶尖水平的MCN机构只是极少数,一个机构很难聚集这么多优秀的人才,让业务实现这么全面的覆蓋。
2. 我并不喜欢这些形式,沟通成本太高。
3. 其实按需动态调整价格是很重要的。
4. 我们发现很多年轻的用户或者是说中青年用户,往往是在身体好的时候不愿意买保险,他觉得自己离大病是非常遥远的,没有必要趁年轻的时候买一份保障或者是保险。
5.   "Yes."
6. 联想记忆

推荐功能

1.   'I am sorry to have heard bad news of Mr. Barkis,' said I.
2.   In keeping Peggotty company, and doing all I could for her (little enough at the utmost), I was as grateful, I rejoice to think, as even now I could wish myself to have been. But I am afraid I had a supreme satisfaction, of a personal and professional nature, in taking charge of Mr. Barkis's will, and expounding its contents.
3. 除了男女关系搞的乱,其他都很好。
4. 原标题:刚买课就关门,互联网健身难解商业化魔咒周五下班后的地铁上,张女士正在发微信联系私教,打算预约周六上午的健身课程。
5. 今年1月2日,小米创始人、董事长兼首席执行官雷军发布新年全员信,信中雷军提出小米2020年重大战略升级:2019年年初提出5年AIoT100亿元的战略,加码升级为5年投入5G+AIoT500亿元。
6. 景跃进(清华大学社会科学学院政治学系教授)

应用

1. 这让村民们是百思不得其解,有人认为这是一口地热井,还有的老人以为是地震,大家众说纷纭。
2.   "'It is simplicity itself,' said I. 'When you bared your arm to drawthat fish into the boat I saw that J. A. had been tattooed in the bendof the elbow. The letters were still legible, but it was perfectlyclear from their blurred appearance, and from the staining of the skinround them, that efforts had been made to obliterate them. It wasobvious, then, that those initials had once been very familiar to you,and that you had afterwards wished to forget them.'
3.   `And wouldn't you mind what man's child I had?' she asked.
4. 据澎湃新闻12月10日消息,这名消防员名叫潘子雄,来自天津市消防救援总队北辰支队,已经入伍8年了。
5.   Then the inconvenience became distress. The hungry friends,followed by their lackeys, were seen haunting the quays and Guardrooms, picking up among their friends abroad all the dinners theycould meet with; for according to the advice of Aramis, it wasprudent to sow repasts right and left in prosperity, in order toreap a few in time of need.
6.   A woman of orderly and industrious appearance rose from her knees in a corner, with sufficient haste and trepidation to show that she was the person referred to.

旧版特色

1. 6、小镇青年认为最成功的企业家是马云,其次是李嘉诚、马化腾、任正非、董明珠。
2. 所以最后网红界BAT(薇娅、李佳琦、辛巴)都是强大的挑货能力,而不是强大的品牌打造能力,虽然据传李佳琦注册了自己的美妆公司,想要自制品牌,但是是否能够成功,我持保留态度,当然如果谁有机会让李佳琦和我聊聊,我可能就知道答案了。
3. 业务模式从最初的微信公众号人气推广转移到现在的精品内容电商运营,旨在将内容运营积聚的流量实现最大的销售转化。

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  • 1:陈驰 2020-08-04 15:10:22

      There were monks who wore the frock with such an ill gracethat it was easy to perceive they belonged to the churchmilitant; women a little inconvenienced by their costume aspages and whose large trousers could not entirely concealtheir rounded forms; and peasants with blackened hands butwith fine limbs, savoring of the man of quality a leagueoff.

  • 2:邹雪白 2020-07-26 15:10:22

      Again the mender of roads went through the whole performance; in which he ought to have been perfect by that time, seeing that it had been the infallible resource and indispensable entertainment of his village during a whole year.

  • 3:邰黎祥 2020-07-24 15:10:22

      On the strength of this, he was content to lose his ante. Thedeals did fairly by him in the long run, causing him to come awaywith a few dollars to the good.

  • 4:熊包 2020-07-25 15:10:22

      [In several respects, the story of "Troilus and Cressida" may be regarded as Chaucer's noblest poem. Larger in scale than any other of his individual works -- numbering nearly half as many lines as The Canterbury Tales contain, without reckoning the two in prose -- the conception of the poem is yet so closely and harmoniously worked out, that all the parts are perfectly balanced, and from first to last scarcely a single line is superfluous or misplaced. The finish and beauty of the poem as a work of art, are not more conspicuous than the knowledge of human nature displayed in the portraits of the principal characters. The result is, that the poem is more modern, in form and in spirit, than almost any other work of its author; the chaste style and sedulous polish of the stanzas admit of easy change into the forms of speech now current in England; while the analytical and subjective character of the work gives it, for the nineteenth century reader, an interest of the same kind as that inspired, say, by George Eliot's wonderful study of character in "Romola." Then, above all, "Troilus and Cressida" is distinguished by a purity and elevation of moral tone, that may surprise those who judge of Chaucer only by the coarse traits of his time preserved in The Canterbury Tales, or who may expect to find here the Troilus, the Cressida, and the Pandarus of Shakspeare's play. It is to no trivial gallant, no woman of coarse mind and easy virtue, no malignantly subservient and utterly debased procurer, that Chaucer introduces us. His Troilus is a noble, sensitive, generous, pure- souled, manly, magnanimous hero, who is only confirmed and stimulated in all virtue by his love, who lives for his lady, and dies for her falsehood, in a lofty and chivalrous fashion. His Cressida is a stately, self-contained, virtuous, tender-hearted woman, who loves with all the pure strength and trustful abandonment of a generous and exalted nature, and who is driven to infidelity perhaps even less by pressure of circumstances, than by the sheer force of her love, which will go on loving -- loving what it can have, when that which it would rather have is for the time unattainable. His Pandarus is a gentleman, though a gentleman with a flaw in him; a man who, in his courtier-like good-nature, places the claims of comradeship above those of honour, and plots away the virtue of his niece, that he may appease the love-sorrow of his friend; all the time conscious that he is not acting as a gentleman should, and desirous that others should give him that justification which he can get but feebly and diffidently in himself. In fact, the "Troilus and Cressida" of Chaucer is the "Troilus and Cressida" of Shakespeare transfigured; the atmosphere, the colour, the spirit, are wholly different; the older poet presents us in the chief characters to noble natures, the younger to ignoble natures in all the characters; and the poem with which we have now to do stands at this day among the noblest expositions of love's workings in the human heart and life. It is divided into five books, containing altogether 8246 lines. The First Book (1092 lines) tells how Calchas, priest of Apollo, quitting beleaguered Troy, left there his only daughter Cressida; how Troilus, the youngest brother of Hector and son of King Priam, fell in love with her at first sight, at a festival in the temple of Pallas, and sorrowed bitterly for her love; and how his friend, Cressida's uncle, Pandarus, comforted him by the promise of aid in his suit. The Second Book (1757 lines) relates the subtle manoeuvres of Pandarus to induce Cressida to return the love of Troilus; which he accomplishes mainly by touching at once the lady's admiration for his heroism, and her pity for his love-sorrow on her account. The Third Book (1827 lines) opens with an account of the first interview between the lovers; ere it closes, the skilful stratagems of Pandarus have placed the pair in each other's arms under his roof, and the lovers are happy in perfect enjoyment of each other's love and trust. In the Fourth Book (1701 lines) the course of true love ceases to run smooth; Cressida is compelled to quit the city, in ransom for Antenor, captured in a skirmish; and she sadly departs to the camp of the Greeks, vowing that she will make her escape, and return to Troy and Troilus within ten days. The Fifth Book (1869 lines) sets out by describing the court which Diomedes, appointed to escort her, pays to Cressida on the way to the camp; it traces her gradual progress from indifference to her new suitor, to incontinence with him, and it leaves the deserted Troilus dead on the field of battle, where he has sought an eternal refuge from the new grief provoked by clear proof of his mistress's infidelity. The polish, elegance, and power of the style, and the acuteness of insight into character, which mark the poem, seem to claim for it a date considerably later than that adopted by those who assign its composition to Chaucer's youth: and the literary allusions and proverbial expressions with which it abounds, give ample evidence that, if Chaucer really wrote it at an early age, his youth must have been precocious beyond all actual record. Throughout the poem there are repeated references to the old authors of Trojan histories who are named in "The House of Fame"; but Chaucer especially mentions one Lollius as the author from whom he takes the groundwork of the poem. Lydgate is responsible for the assertion that Lollius meant Boccaccio; and though there is no authority for supposing that the English really meant to designate the Italian poet under that name, there is abundant internal proof that the poem was really founded on the "Filostrato" of Boccaccio. But the tone of Chaucer's work is much higher than that of his Italian "auctour;" and while in some passages the imitation is very close, in all that is characteristic in "Troilus and Cressida," Chaucer has fairly thrust his models out of sight. In the present edition, it has been possible to give no more than about one-fourth of the poem -- 274 out of the 1178 seven-line stanzas that compose it; but pains have been taken to convey, in the connecting prose passages, a faithful idea of what is perforce omitted.]

  • 5:耿庆源 2020-07-22 15:10:22

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  • 6:黄荆坪 2020-07-21 15:10:22

    希望此举能够对校园性骚扰产生警示效应,阻断更多伸向学子的龌龊黑手。

  • 7:刘琪鹏 2020-07-22 15:10:22

    《三国志·蒋济列传》记载:威震天下,民无他志。

  • 8:白阳 2020-08-01 15:10:22

    福布斯杂志称,26岁的劳伦斯能排名榜首,大部分得益于从《饥饿游戏》系列影片的最后一部中分得的收入,以及从她参与拍摄的即将上映的太空探险影片《乘客》中所得的一大笔预付费。

  • 9:侯云龙 2020-07-20 15:10:22

      I see no reason to limit the process of modification, as now explained, to the formation of genera alone. If, in our diagram, we suppose the amount of change represented by each successive group of diverging dotted lines to be very great, the forms marked a214 to p14, those marked b14 and f14, and those marked o14 to m14, will form three very distinct genera. We shall also have two very distinct genera descended from (I) and as these latter two genera, both from continued divergence of character and from inheritance from a different parent, will differ widely from the three genera descended from (A), the two little groups of genera will form two distinct families, or even orders, according to the amount of divergent modification supposed to be represented in the diagram. And the two new families, or orders, will have descended from two species of the original genus; and these two species are supposed to have descended from one species of a still more ancient and unknown genus.

  • 10:艾依河 2020-07-22 15:10:22

    如果他赢得初选,他将与59岁的共和党第一届州长菲尔·斯科特对决。

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