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s80  And step by step my faithful ardour bless'd,For the last kiss herself entreated me,HHFN爱彩票


爱彩票qem3M  Heav'nly bread her kisses proved,f6xO

爱彩票Jf1v9  Or submissively give in,Triumph, or else yield to clamour:Be the anvil or the hammer.LBtu

Pci  Great Euphrates' torrent,Here and there at will to sportgA5爱彩票

tI6n  To learn if his love's alone;Thus o'er me steals, by day and night,w8HHy爱彩票

83aL  And, from the firmament clear, thrice did it thunder; then tearsStream'd from mine eyes in torrents, thou weptest, I wept, both were weeping,dLwy

Kr  Ah, when I'm in the corner plac'd,xQSQy

xnjPH  The crescent-moon clings round him now.What could this wondrous pair unite?upfW

Ek  Let a funeral pile be straightway dress'd;Open then my cell so sad and drear,r4E

Odjs  Life is one continued feast--(If we keep no score, at least).If now we together dwell,Will true love remain as well?For if that should e'er decay,Happiness would pass away.Coo cuck-oo, coo cuck-oo,Coo, coo, coo, coo, coo, coo, coo, coo, coo!w3rx

C76  Murmur, stream, the vale along,YIBe

EFk  Live still as a Bayadere,wyAMg

kFL  春运大幕已拉起,从滨海到山区,从花城到雪乡,我们跨越千里,只为团聚。小编温馨提示:春运期间天气多变,出行前请提前关注天气预报,助您回家路上一切顺利!(文:冯玮 设计:栗艺予 数据支持:王伟跃 于金 审核:胡啸 刘珺 陈曦 )LY

61p  Was needful I found,My bodice is longer,T

nwS4  Who in our circle lives,RsP5j

WC5  Whereon life's race to run.CutU

i9L6M  Civil greetings pass'd between usa2yh

xas  With many a youthful pair,--Then other moons had birth,US1

DJdr  [Written at night on the Kickelhahn, a hill in the forest ofIlmenau, on the walls of a little hermitage where Goethe composedthe last act of his Iphigenia.]Mi8c

1.RrCHK  QUICK throbb'd my heart: to norse! haste, haste,3HmOR

2.0rI1  Art and the artist's fame up tow'rd the skies.He fills with blossoms of the noblest strife,With life itself, this effigy of life.tg3

3.HHp  第三十七条 国家教育、出版管理、市场监督管理等部门依据职责对教材编写、审核、出版、发行、选用等环节中存在违规行为的单位和人员实行负面清单制度,通报有关机构和学校。对存在违规情况的有关责任人,视情节严重程度和所造成的影响,依照有关规定给予相应处分。涉嫌犯罪的,依法追究刑事责任。编写者出现违法违纪情形的,必须及时更换。4Bg

4.tYcWG  'Till in kindness the wind blew from the land o'er the sea.Vacant times of youth! and vacant dreams of the future!a


vFAd  YOUNG woman, may God bless thee,Thee, and the sucking infantUpon thy breast!Let me, 'gainst this rocky wall,Neath the elm-tree's shadow,Lay aside my burden,Near thee take my rest.jlGo


V1W  Mingled the crowds from ev'ry region brought,And on the stage, in festal pomp array'dThe HOMAGE OF THE ARTS * we saw displayed.lS72Y


vJWyG  Alone I should not be.k

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4g  Unchequer'd by alloy;The sacred double-numbers thensnpG


22RyM  With sly and roguish modesty.N6I1U


aWb  So they turn'd themselves round; but the magistrate found himself summon'dBy his own followers, who had need of his presence and counsel.But the pastor forthwith the druggist accompanied, till theyCame to a gap in the hedge, when the latter pointed with slyness,"See you," exclaim'd he, "the maiden? The child's clothes she has been changing.And I recognise well the old calico--also the cushion--Cover of blue, which Hermann took in the bundle and gave her.Quickly and well, of a truth, she has used the presents left with her.These are evident proofs; and all the rest coincide too;For a bodice red her well-arch'd bosom upraises,Prettily tied, while black are the stays fitting close around her.Then the seams of the ruff she has carefully plaited and folded,Which, with modest grace, her chin so round is encircling;Free and joyously rises her head, with its elegant oval,Strongly round bodkins of silver her back-hair is many times twisted.When she is sitting, we plainly see her noble proportions,And the blue well-plaited gown which begins from close to her bosom,And in rich folds descending, her well-turn'd ankles envelops.'Tis she, beyond all doubt. So come, that we may examineWhether she be both a good and a frugal and virtuous maiden."Then the pastor rejoin'd, the sitting damsel inspecting"That she enchanted the youth, I confess is no matter of wonder,For she stands the test of the gaze of a man of experience.Happy the person to whom Mother Nature the right face has given!She recommends him at all times, he never appears as a stranger,Each one gladly approaches, and each one beside him would linger,If with his face is combined a pleasant and courteous demeanour.Yes, I assure you the youth has indeed discover'd a maidenWho the whole of the days of his life will enliven with gladness,And with her womanly strength assist him at all times and truly.Thus a perfect body preserves the soul also in pureness,And a vigorous youth of a happy old age gives assurance.cq