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1. 长沙楼市一季度缘何冰火两重天《中国经济周刊》记者李永华|长沙报道4月22日,湖南统计局发布的《一季度湖南经济运行情况分析》称,湖南全省一季度商品房销售面积同比下降10.1%,其中长沙商品房销售面积同比下降30.7%,全省增速居全国第27位、中部六省末位。
2. 昨天,记者从大兴警方获悉,张某行为没有造成严重后果,未构成遗弃罪,经民警批评教育,张某认识到错误,并于12月11日将晨晨接走继续抚养。
3.   `I wonder,' said Mr. Lorry, pausing in his looking about, `that he keeps that reminder of his sufferings about him!'
4. 这是一个技术与艺术、数据与创意、科技与文化水乳交融的时代,5G时代这样的趋势会延续,可以确定的是,互联网科技对电影的影响将更加深刻,具体来说我认为主要在如下方面:第一个是电影制作环节。
5. 原建发告诉新京报记者,除了龙门村本村的村民,村里还有140多位在龙门村打工10年以上的荣誉村民,他们今年的分红也涨到了3500元。
6. 目前,该案共扣押采砂船10艘、运输船4艘、洗金船1艘,冻结房产5套,合计资产8577万元。


1. 蔡女士觉得,凳子坏了,让孩子们搬回家,本身也存在不少的安全隐患。
2. 也是她一直的强势和霸道作风使然。
3.   There was one named, Musciatto Francesi, who from beeing a most richand great Merchant in France, was become a Knight, and preparing togoe into Tuscany, with Mounsieur Charles without Land, Brother tothe King of France (who was desired and incited to come thither byPope Boniface) found his affaires greatly intricated heere and there(as oftentimes the matters of Merchants fall out to bee) and that veryhardly hee should sodainly unintangle them, without referring thecharge of them to divers persons. And for all he tooke indifferentgood order, onely he remained doubtfull, whom he might sufficientlyleave, to recover his debts among many Burgundians. And the rather washis care the more heerein, because he knew the Burgundians to bepeople of badde nature, rioters, brablers, full of calumny, andwithout any faithfulnesse: so that he could not bethinke himselfe ofany man (how wicked soever he was) in whom he might repose trust tomeete with their lewdnesse. Having a long while examined histhoughts upon this point, at last hee remembred one Master Chappeletdu Prat, who ofttimes had resorted to his house in Paris. Andbecause he was a man of little stature, yet handsome enough, theFrench not knowing what this word Chappelet might meane, esteeminghe should be called rather (in their tongue) Chappell; imagined,that in regard of his small stature, they termed him Chappelet, andnot Chappell, and so by the name of Chappelet he was every whereknown, and by few or none acknowledged for Chappell.
4.   When I saw him going downstairs early in the morning (for, thank Heaven! he would not stay to breakfast), it appeared to me as if the night was going away in his person. When I went out to the Commons, I charged Mrs. Crupp with particular directions to leave the windows open, that my sitting-room might be aired, and purged of his presence.
5. 其实早在1月15日左右,接诊到第一例疑似患者,我只有二级防护,我就打电话让父母把孩子从家里接走了,现在就我一个人在家隔离,联系主要靠视频。
6.   "But what is the use of harnesses without horses?""I have an idea about them."


1. 原标题:防疫期间网吧违规营业老板被拘留7日罚1万元在抗击疫情期间,江苏盐城全面落实突发公共卫生事件一级响应,一些娱乐场所、网吧、浴室等市民非日常生活必须的公共场所,要求全部暂停营业。
2.   But now mine error I do plainly see:
3. 点击进入专题:聚焦新型冠状病毒肺炎疫情。
4.   "And then?"
5. 更多时候,是老板让你致良知像致良知这种培训,市面上绝非独此一家,它可能只是做得较大的一个。
6.   In the state of trouble into which his disclosure by my fire had thrown me, I had thought very much of the words Agnes had used in reference to the partnership. 'I did what I hope was right. Feeling sure that it was necessary for papa's peace that the sacrifice should be made, I entreated him to make it.' A miserable foreboding that she would yield to, and sustain herself by, the same feeling in reference to any sacrifice for his sake, had oppressed me ever since. I knew how she loved him. I knew what the devotion of her nature was. I knew from her own lips that she regarded herself as the innocent cause of his errors, and as owing him a great debt she ardently desired to pay. I had no consolation in seeing how different she was from this detestable Rufus with the mulberry coloured great-coat, for I felt that in the very difference between them, in the self-denial of her pure soul and the sordid baseness of his, the greatest danger lay. All this, doubtless, he knew thoroughly, and had, in his cunning, considered well.


1. 至借款期满,周丽华除按期支付利息外,没有归还借款本金。
2. 为身边人加油打气,缓解紧张情绪,其实也是一种共渡难关。
3. 但是不论它所带来的是哪种操作,它都是用户在期待之下的自发行为。
4.   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
5. 第三个数据增值服务还没有体现出来,因为那是两三年以后的事情。
6. 第一个因素是遇到债务压力的各个国家将采取更加严厉的财政紧缩政策。从长远来看,财政紧缩对于经济的健康发展是有利的,但是,在短期之内,过分严厉的财政紧缩反而会加剧经济衰退,并引发社会动荡。财政紧缩会导致社会福利支出的减少,并使得受到危机影响的社会成员处境更加艰难。比如,在经济衰退期间,领取失业救济的人数将会增加,但政府如果要紧缩财政,必然实行裁员,这将使得失业问题更加严重,与此同时,政府又可能减少失业救济支出,这对失业者来说乃是雪上加霜。ponticelli和voth曾根据欧洲的历史,对财政紧缩和社会动荡之间的关系进行了分析。根据他们的研究,当政府削减财政支出的规模占gdp的比重超过2%时,包括游行、骚乱、罢工、政变等社会动乱发生的概率将明显提高。按照欧洲各国目前的财政紧缩方案,希腊削减财政支出的规模将超过gdp的5%,西班牙和葡萄牙将超过3%,英国和许多欧元区国家将超过2%。


1.   `It must be! Can't be anybody else's. And it seems to me you don't get enough out of it.'
2.   `What tradition?' asked Connie.
3. 全球、中国的互联网的话,全球经济、中国经济和互联网经济都是同一个问题就是市场驱动的发展结束了。

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  • 1:詹姆斯·霍姆斯 2020-08-04 15:47:32


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  • 5:魏云 2020-08-03 15:47:32

      "I do not know that there is anything else for me to explain. Iwas determined to preserve my disguise as long as possible, andhence my preference for a dirty face. Knowing that my wife would beterribly anxious, I slipped off my ring and confided it to thelascar at a moment when no constable was watching me, together witha hurried scrawl, telling her that she had no cause to fear.""That note only reached her yesterday," said Holmes.

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  • 8:史蒂夫·特兰 2020-07-24 15:47:32

      I know of no case better adapted to show the importance of the laws of correlation in modifying important structures, independently of utility and, therefore, of natural selection, than that of the difference between the outer and inner flowers in some Compositous and Umbelliferous plants. Every one knows the difference in the ray and central florets of, for instance, the daisy, and this difference is often accompanied with the abortion of parts of the flower. But, in some Compositous plants, the seeds also differ in shape and sculpture; and even the ovary itself, with its accessory parts, differs, as has been described by Cassini. These differences have been attributed by some authors to pressure, and the shape of the seeds in the ray-florets in some Compositae countenances this idea; but, in the case of the corolla of the Umbelliferae, it is by no means, as Dr Hooker informs me, in species with the densest heads that the inner and outer flowers most frequently differ. It might have been thought that the development of the ray-petals by drawing nourishment from certain other parts of the flower had caused their abortion; but in some Compositae there is a difference in the seeds of the outer and inner florets without any difference in the corolla. Possibly, these several differences may be connected with some difference in the flow of nutriment towards the central and external flowers: we know, at least, that in irregular flowers, those nearest to the axis are oftenest subject to peloria, and become regular. I may add, as an instance of this, and of a striking case of correlation, that I have recently observed in some garden pelargoniums, that the central flower of the truss often loses the patches of darker colour in the two upper petals; and that when this occurs, the adherent nectary is quite aborted; when the colour is absent from only one of the two upper petals, the nectary is only much shortened.With respect to the difference in the corolla of the central and exterior flowers of a head or umbel, I do not feel at all sure that C. C. Sprengel's idea that the ray-florets serve to attract insects, whose agency is highly advantageous in the fertilisation of plants of these two orders, is so far-fetched, as it may at first appear: and if it be advantageous, natural selection may have come into play. But in regard to the differences both in the internal and external structure of the seeds, which are not always correlated with any differences in the flowers, it seems impossible that they can be in any way advantageous to the plant: yet in the Umbelliferae these differences are of such apparent importance the seeds being in some cases, according to Tausch, orthospermous in the exterior flowers and coelospermous in the central flowers, that the elder De Candolle founded his main divisions of the order on analogous differences. Hence we see that modifications of structure, viewed by systematists as of high value, may be wholly due to unknown laws of correlated growth, and without being, as far as we can see, of the slightest service to the species.We may often falsely attribute to correlation of growth, structures which are common to whole groups of species, and which in truth are simply due to inheritance; for an ancient progenitor may have acquired through natural selection some one modification in structure, and, after thousands of generations, some other and independent modification; and these two modifications, having been transmitted to a whole group of descendants with diverse habits, would naturally be thought to be correlated in some necessary manner. So, again, I do not doubt that some apparent correlations, occurring throughout whole orders, are entirely due to the manner alone in which natural selection can act. For instance, Alph. De Candolle has remarked that winged seeds are never found in fruits which do not open: I should explain the rule by the fact that seeds could not gradually become winged through natural selection, except in fruits which opened; so that the individual plants producing seeds which were a little better fitted to be wafted further, might get an advantage over those producing seed less fitted for dispersal; and this process could not possibly go on in fruit which did not open.The elder Geoffroy and Goethe propounded, at about the same period, their law of compensation or balancement of growth; or, as Goethe expressed it, 'in order to spend on one side, nature is forced to economise on the other side.' I think this holds true to a certain extent with our domestic productions: if nourishment flows to one part or organ in excess, it rarely flows, at least in excess, to another part; thus it is difficult to get a cow to give much milk and to fatten readily. The same varieties of the cabbage do not yield abundant and nutritious foliage and a copious supply of oil-bearing seeds. When the seeds in our fruits become atrophied, the fruit itself gains largely in size and quality. In our poultry, a large tuft of feathers on the head is generally accompanied by a diminished comb, and a large beard by diminished wattles. With species in a state of nature it can hardly be maintained that the law is of universal application; but many good observers, more especially botanists, believe in its truth. I will not, however, here give any instances, for I see hardly any way of distinguishing between the effects, on the one hand, of a part being largely developed through natural selection and another and adjoining part being reduced by this same process or by disuse, and, on the other hand, the actual withdrawal of nutriment from one part owing to the excess of growth in another and adjoining part.I suspect, also, that some of the cases of compensation which have been advanced, and likewise some other facts, may be merged under a more general principle, namely, that natural selection is continually trying to economise in every part of the organisation. If under changed conditions of life a structure before useful becomes less useful, any diminution, however slight, in its development, will be seized on by natural selection, for it will profit the individual not to have its nutriment wasted in building up an useless structure. I can thus only understand a fact with which I was much struck when examining cirripedes, and of which many other instances could be given: namely, that when a cirripede is parasitic within another and is thus protected, it loses more or less completely its own shell or carapace. This is the case with the male Ibla, and in a truly extraordinary manner with the Proteolepas: for the carapace in all other cirripedes consists of the three highly-important anterior segments of the head enormously developed, and furnished with great nerves and muscles; but in the parasitic and protected Proteolepas, the whole anterior part of the head is reduced to the merest rudiment attached to the bases of the prehensile antennae. Now the saving of a large and complex structure, when rendered superfluous by the parasitic habits of the Proteolepas, though effected by slow steps, would be a decided advantage to each successive individual of the species; for in the struggle for life to which every animal is exposed, each individual Proteolepas would have a better chance of supporting itself, by less nutriment being wasted in developing a structure now become useless.Thus, as I believe, natural selection will always succeed in the long run in reducing and saving every part of the organisation, as soon as it is rendered superfluous, without by any means causing some other part to be largely developed in a corresponding degree. And, conversely, that natural selection may perfectly well succeed in largely developing any organ, without requiring as a necessary compensation the reduction of some adjoining part.

  • 9:布莱克·莱弗利 2020-07-28 15:47:32

      The only difference between organisms which annually produce eggs or seeds by the thousand, and those which produce extremely few, is, that the slow-breeders would require a few more years to people, under favourable conditions, a whole district, let it be ever so large. The condor lays a couple of eggs and the ostrich a score, and yet in the same country the condor may be the more numerous of the two: the Fulmar petrel lays but one egg, yet it is believed to be the most numerous bird in the world. One fly deposits hundreds of eggs, and another, like the hippobosca, a single one; but this difference does not determine how many individuals of the two species can be supported in a district. A large number of eggs is of some importance to those species, which depend on a rapidly fluctuating amount of food, for it allows them rapidly to increase in number. But the real importance of a large number of eggs or seeds is to make up for much destruction at some period of life; and this period in the great majority of cases is an early one. If an animal can in any way protect its own eggs or young, a small number may be produced, and yet the average stock be fully kept up; but if many eggs or young are destroyed, many must be produced, or the species will become extinct. It would suffice to keep up the full number of a tree, which lived on an average for a thousand years, if a single seed were produced once in a thousand years, supposing that this seed were never destroyed, and could be ensured to germinate in a fitting place. So that in all cases, the average number of any animal or plant depends only indirectly on the number of its eggs or seeds.In looking at Nature, it is most necessary to keep the foregoing considerations always in mind never to forget that every single organic being around us may be said to be striving to the utmost to increase in numbers; that each lives by a struggle at some period of its life; that heavy destruction inevitably falls either on the young or old, during each generation or at recurrent intervals. Lighten any check, mitigate the destruction ever so little, and the number of the species will almost instantaneously increase to any amount. The face of Nature may be compared to a yielding surface, with ten thousand sharp wedges packed close together and driven inwards by incessant blows, sometimes one wedge being struck, and then another with greater force.

  • 10:吴继东 2020-07-21 15:47:32