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篮球竞猜|平台注册爱情保卫战ktNJ  Is a good, contented mind.BeVqWLxC  He bids it burn more clear.one4U▌hO4u3  第十二条 教材编写依据职业院校教材规划以及国家教学标准和职业标准(规范)等,服务学生成长成才和就业创业。教材编写应符合以下要求:SNZ4AoK  有些设计师是女孩,不仅仅对舰艇,而是对整个军事文化都不了解,没感觉,有些人一开始连舰载机——比如我军的歼-15和美军的F-15都分不清。Ygcq务▌【uZw  E'en ye forever I disown,For ye My saving grace rejected0y7O】

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5HZP  The cheerful sunbeams stole,I sat upon my pallet,nRHnz💁🏽☺️

sDa50  THE Poems comprised in this collection are written in thePersian style, and are greatly admired by Oriental scholars, forthe truthfulness with which the Eastern spirit of poetry isreproduced by the Western minstrel. They were chiefly composedbetween the years 1814 and 1819, and first given to the world inthe latter year. Of the twelve books into which they are divided,that of Suleika will probably be considered the best, from themany graceful love-songs which it contains. The following isHanoi's account of the Divan, and may well serve as a substitutefor anything I could say respecting it:--4G6

WP5Hc  The moment's favour did a god assign,And each one feels himself when by thy side,Ol029

💁🏽☺️sUlaT  Vanish'd days of bliss and woeboI2

mbgn  [This sweet Ballad, and the one entitled The Maid of the Mill'sRepentance, were written on the occasion of a visit paid by Goetheto Switzerland. The Maid of the Mill's Treachery, to which thelatter forms the sequel, was not written till the following year.]4amo

6ibQ  Prologue in HeavenkPb

BpK  Still remains open, my friend; years have not barr'd up its doors.I, the teacher, am ever young, and love all the youthful,cX

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s7zx9  Be neglected in life and in death as well!s5c

KSMa  Acted as sexton to another;All help'd to swell the joyous throng;Ej

Y6E  Thou driv'st me to this shore;Through thee I'm thither flying,--7HGC

WYnvw  Remain'd still mine--that I was reft of nought.BNsS

QdLHd  Presently denser became the crowd. Round some of the waggons.Men in a passion were quarrelling, women also were screaming.Then of a sudden approach'd an aged man with firm footstepMarching straight up to the fighters; and forthwith was hush'd the contention,When he bade them be still, and with fatherly earnestness threaten'd."Are we not yet," he exclaim'd, "by misfortune so knitted together,As to have learnt at length the art of reciprocal patienceAnd toleration, though each cannot measure the actions of others?Prosperous men indeed may quarrel! Will sorrow not teach youHow no longer as formerly you should quarrel with brethren?Each should give way to each other, when treading the soil of the stranger,And, as you hope for mercy yourselves, you should share your possessions."6yWf

Uo9  He by whom man's foolish willSqcDX

9VOU  1819.*-----SULEIKA (Speaks).U

3eX  To the grave one day from a house they boream

o5Fh  THE LILY.wvZ

tM9rF  WHEREFORE ever ramble on?7xhH

sO  And let them steal to the dim-lighted wood.Let them but love, then, and leave us the dancing!G3

UYy  With many a youthful pair,--Then other moons had birth,gtH25

1.HIvta  Ravished by her splendour.Rosebud, rosebud, rosebud red,eN71U

2.G5hZ  THUS did the prudent son escape from the hot conversation,But the father continued precisely as he had begun itWhat is not in a man can never come out of him, surely!Never, I fear, shall I see fulfill'd my dearest of wishes,That my son should be unlike his father, but better.What would be the fate of a house or a town, if its inmatesDid not all take pride in preserving, renewing, improving,As we are taught by the age, and by the wisdom of strangers?Man is not born to spring out of the ground, just like a mere mushroom,And to rot away soon in the very place that produced him!Leaving behind him no trace of what he has done in his lifetime.One can judge by the look of a house of the taste of its master,As on ent'ring a town, one can judge the authorities' fitness.For where the towers and walls are falling, where in the ditchesDirt is collected, and dirt in every street is seen lying,Where the stones come out of their groove, and are not replaced there,Where the beams are rotting, and vainly the houses are waitingNew supports; that town is sure to be wretchedly managed.For where order and cleanliness reign not supreme in high places,Then to dirt and delay the citizens soon get accustom'd,Just as the beggar's accustom'd to wear his cloths full of tatters.Therefore I often have wish'd that Hermann would start on his travelsEre he's much older, and visit at any rate Strasburg and Frankfort,And that pleasant town, Mannheim, so evenly built and so cheerful.He who has seen such large and cleanly cities rests neverTill his own native town, however small, he sees better'd.Do not all strangers who visit us praise our well-mended gateways,And the well-whited tower, the church so neatly repair'd too?Do not all praise our pavements? Our well-arranged cover'd-in conduits,Always well furnish'd with water, utility blending with safety,So that a fire, whenever it happens, is straightway extinguish'd,--Is not this the result of that conflagration so dreadful?Six times in Council I superintended the town's works, receivingHearty thanks and assistance from every well-disposed burgher.How I design'd, follow'd up, and ensured the completion of measuresWorthy men had projected, and afterwards left all unfinish'd!Finally, every man in the Council took pleasure in working.All put forth their exertions, and now they have finally settledThat new highway to make, which will join our town with the main road.But I am greatly afraid that the young generation won't act thus;Some on the one hand think only of pleasure and trumpery dresses,Others wont stir out of doors, and pass all their time by the fireside,And our Hermann, I fear, will always be one of this last sort."wDscw

3.I3HC  1828.-----SHOULD E'ER THE LOVELESS DAY.Vzo

4.kX  Social streamletsJoin his waters. And now moves heO'er the plain in silv'ry glory,And the plain in him exults,And the rivers from the plain,And the streamlets from the mountain,Shout with joy, exclaiming: "Brother,Brother, take thy brethren with thee,With thee to thine aged father,To the everlasting ocean,Who, with arms outstretching far,Waiteth for us;Ah, in vain those arms lie openTo embrace his yearning children;For the thirsty sand consumes usIn the desert waste; the sunbeamsDrink our life-blood; hills around usInto lakes would dam us! Brother,Take thy brethren of the plain,Take thy brethren of the mountainWith thee, to thy father's arms!XNs

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