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网站地图RSS订阅高级搜索收藏本站首页英语新闻英语散文英语故事英语笑话英语科普英语娱乐英语诗歌英语演讲英语试题英语行业英语小说英语技巧英语论坛英语书店首页英语小说热门标签:lifespacefoodgovernmentclimateheart只需30秒,测测你的英语词汇量!Eight Cousins – Chapter 11文章来源:未知 文章作者:enread 发布时间:2012-03-06 01:42字体: [大 中 小]  进入论坛(单词翻译:双击或拖选)Poor MacRoses sacrifice was a failure in one respect, for, though the elders loved her the better for it, and showed that they did, the boys were not inspired with the sudden respect which she had hoped for. In fact, her feelings were much hurt by overhearing(无意中听到) Archie say that he couldnt see any sense in it; and the Prince added another blow by pronouncing her “the queerest chicken ever seen.”It is apt to be so, and it is hard to bear; for, though we do not want trumpets1(喇叭,小号) blown, we do like to have our little virtues2 appreciated, and cannot help feeling disappointed if they are not.A time soon came, however, when Rose, quite unconsciously, won not only the respect of her cousins, but their gratitude3 and affection likewise.Soon after the Island episode, Mac had a sunstroke, and was very ill for some time. It was so sudden that everyone was startled, and for some days the boys life was in danger. He pulled through, however; and then, just as the family were rejoicing, a new trouble appeared which cast a gloom over them all.Poor Macs eyes gave out; and well they might, for he had abused them, and never being very strong, they suffered doubly now.No one dared to tell him the dark predictions of the great oculist4 who came to look at them, and the boy tried to be patient, thinking that a few weeks of rest would repair the overwork of several years.He was forbidden to look at a book, and as that was the one thing he most delighted in, it was a terrible affliction to the Worm. Everyone was very ready to read to him, and at first the lads contended for this honour. But as week after week went by, and Mac was still condemned5 to idleness(懒惰,闲散) and a darkened room, their zeal6abated7(减轻) , and one after the other fell off. It was hard for the active fellows, right in the midst of their vacation; and nobody blamed them when they contented8 themselves with brief calls, running of errands(使命,差事) , and warm expressions of sympathy.The elders did their best, but Uncle Mac was a busy man, Aunt Janes reading was of a funereal9 sort, impossible to listen to long, and the other aunties were all absorbed in their own cares, though they supplied the boy with every delicacy10 they could invent.Uncle Alec was a host in himself, but he could not give all his time to the invalid11; and if it had not been for Rose, the afflicted12 Worm would have fared ill. Her pleasant voice suited him, her patience was unfailing, her time of no apparent value, and her eager good-will was very comforting.The womanly power of self-devotion was strong in the child, and she remained faithfully at her post when all the rest dropped away. Hour after hour she sat in the dusky room, with one ray of light on her book, reading to the boy, who lay with shaded eyes silently enjoying the only pleasure that lightened the weary days. Sometimes he was peevish13(暴躁的) and hard to please, sometimes he growled14 because his reader could not manage the dry books he wished to hear, and sometimes he was so despondent15 that her heart ached to see him. Through all these trials Rose persevered16, using all her little arts to please him. When he fretted17, she was patient; when he growled, she ploughed bravely through the hard pages not dry to her in one sense, for quiet tears dropped on them now and then; and when Mac fell into a despairing mood, she comforted him with every hopeful word she dared to offer.He said little, but she knew he was grateful, for she suited him better than anyone else. If she was late, he was impatient; when she had to go, he seemed forlorn; and when the tired head ached worst, she could always soothe18(安慰) him to sleep, crooning the old songs her father used to love.”I dont know what I should do without that child,” Aunt Jane often said.”Shes worth all those racketing fellows put together,” Mac would add, fumbling19 about to discover if the little chair was ready for her coming.That was the sort of reward Rose liked, the thanks that cheered her; and whenever she grew very tired, one look at the green shade, the curly head so restless on the pillow, and the poor groping hands, touched her tender heart and put new spirit into the weary voice.She did not know how much she was learning, both from the books she read and the daily sacrifices she made. Stories and poetry were her delight, but Mac did not care for them; and since his favourite Greeks and Romans were forbidden, he satisfied himself with travels, biographies, and the history of great inventions or discoveries. Rose despised this taste at first, but soon got interested in Livingstones adventures, Hobsons stirring life in India, and the brave trials and triumphs of Watt20 and Arkwright, Fulton, and “Palissy, the Potter.” The true, strong books helped the dreamy girl; her faithful service and sweet patience touched and won the boy; and long afterward21 both learned to see how useful those seemingly hard and weary hours had been to them.One bright morning, as Rose sat down to begin a fat volume entitled “History of the French Revolution,” expecting to come to great grief over the long names, Mac, who was lumbering22(伐树) about the room like a blind bear, stopped her by asking abruptly23″What day of the month is it?””The seventh of August, I believe.””More than half my vacation gone, and Ive only had a week of it! I call that hard,” and he groaned24dismally25.”So it is; but there is more to come, and you may be able to enjoy that.””May be able! I will be able! Does that old noodle think Im going to stay stived up here much longer?””I guess he does, unless your eyes get on faster than they have yet.””Has he said anything more lately?””I havent seen him, you know. Shall I begin? this looks rather nice.””Read away; its all one to me.” And Mac cast himself down upon the old lounge, where his heavy head felt easiest.Rose began with great spirit, and kept on gallantly26 for a couple of chapters, getting over the unpronounceable names with unexpected success, she thought, for her listener did not correct her once, and lay so still she fancied he was deeply interested. All of a sudden she was arrested in the middle of a fine paragraph by Mac, who sat bolt upright, brought both feet down with a thump27(重击) , and said, in a rough, excited tone”Stop! I dont hear a word, and you may as well save your breath to answer my question.””What is it?” asked Rose, looking uneasy, for she had something on her mind, and feared that he suspected what it was. His next words proved that she was right.”Now, look here, I want to know something, and youve got to tell me.””Please, dont – ” began Rose, beseechingly28(恳求地) .”You must, or Ill pull off this shade and stare at the sun as hard as ever I can stare. Come now!” and he half rose, as if ready to execute the threat.”I will! oh, I will tell, if I know! But dont be reckless and do anything so crazy as that,” cried Rose, in great distress29.”Very well; then listen, and dont dodge30, as everyone else does. Didnt the doctor think my eyes worse the last time he came? Mother wont say, but you shall.””I believe he did,” faltered31 Rose.”I thought so! Did he say I should be able to go to school when it begins?””No, Mac,” very low.”Ah!”That was all, but Rose saw her cousin set his lips together and take a long breath, as if she had hit him hard. He bore the disappointment bravely, however, and asked quite steadily32 in a minute”How soon does he think I can study again?”It was so hard to answer that! Yet Rose knew she must, for Aunt Jane had declared she could not do it, and Uncle Mac had begged her to break the truth to the poor lad.”Not for a good many months.””How many?” he asked with a pathetic sort of gruffness.”A year, perhaps.””A whole year! Why, I expected to be ready for college by that time.” And, pushing up the shade, Mac stared at her with startled eyes, that soon blinked and fell before the one ray of light.”Plenty of time for that; you must be patient now, and get them thoroughly33 well, or they will trouble you again when it will be harder to spare them,” she said, with tears in her own eyes.”I wont do it! I will study and get through somehow. Its all humbug34 about taking care so long. These doctors like to keep hold of a fellow if they can. But I wont stand it I vow35 I wont!” and he banged his fist down on the unoffending pillow as if he were pommelling the hard-hearted doctor.”Now, Mac, listen to me,” Rose said very earnestly, though her voice shook a little and her heart ached. “You know you have hurt your eyes reading by fire-light and in the dusk, and sitting up late, and now youll have to pay for it; the doctor said so. You must be careful, and do as he tells you, or you will be blind.””No!””Yes, it is true, and he wanted us to tell you that nothing but entire rest would cure you. I know its dreadfully hard, but well all help you; Ill read all day long, and lead you, and wait upon you, and try to make it easier “She stopped there, for it was evident that he did not hear a sound; the word “blind” seemed to have knocked him down, for he had buried his face in the pillow, and lay so still that Rose was frightened. She sat motionless for many minutes, longing36 to comfort him, but not knowing how, and wishing Uncle Alec would come, for he had promised to tell Mac.Presently, a sort of choking sound came out of the pillow, and went straight to her heart the most pathetic sob37 she ever heard, for, though it was the most natural means of relief, the poor fellow must not indulge in(沉溺于) it because of the afflicted eyes. The “French Revolution” tumbled out of her lap, and, running to the sofa, she knelt down by it, saying, with the motherly sort of tenderness girls feel for any sorrowing creature”Oh, my dear, you mustnt cry! It is so bad for your poor eyes. Take your head out of that hot pillow, and let me cool it. I dont wonder you feel so, but please dont cry. Ill cry for you; it wont hurt me.”As she spoke38 she pulled away the cushion with gentle force, and saw the green shade all crushed and stained with the few hot tears that told how bitter the disappointment had been. Mac felt her sympathy, but, being a boy, did not thank her for it; only sat up with a jerk, saying, as he tried to rub away the tell-tale drops with the sleeve of his jacket, “Dont bother; weak eyes always water. Im all right.”But Rose cried out, and caught his arm, “Dont touch them with that rough woollen stuff! Lie down and let me bathe them, theres a dear boy; then there will be no harm done.””They do smart confoundedly. I say, dont you tell the other fellows that I made a baby of myself, will you?” he added, yielding with a sigh to the orders of his nurse, who had flown for the eye-wash and linen39 cambric handkerchief.”Of course I wont; but anyone would be upset at the idea of being well troubled in this way. Im sure you bear it splendidly, and you know it isnt half so bad when you get used to it. Besides, it is only for a time, and you can do lots of pleasant things if you cant study. Youll have to wear blue goggles40(护目镜) , perhaps; wont that be funny?”And while she was pouring out all the comfortable words she could think of, Rose was softly bathing the eyes and dabbing41 the hot forehead with lavender-water, as her patient lay quiet with a look on his face that grieved her sadly.”Homer was blind, and so was Milton, and they did something to be remembered by, in spite of it,” he said, as if to himself, in a solemn tone, for even the blue goggles did not bring a smile.”Papa had a picture of Milton and his daughters writing for him. It was a very sweet picture, I thought,” observed Rose in a serious voice, trying to meet the sufferer on his own ground.”Perhaps I could study if someone read and did the eye part. Do you suppose I could, by and by?” he asked, with a sudden ray of hope.”I dare say, if your head is strong enough. This sunstroke(中暑) , you know, is what upset you, and your brain needs rest, the doctor says.””Ill have a talk with the old fellow next time he comes, and find out just what I may do; then I shall know where I am. What a fool I was that day to be stewing42 my brains and letting the sun glare on my book till the letters danced before me! I see em now when I shut my eyes; black balls bobbing round, and stars and all sorts of queer things. Wonder if all blind people do?””Dont think about them; Ill go on reading, shall I? We shall come to the exciting part soon, and then youll forget all this,” suggested Rose.”No, I never shall forget. Hang the old Revolution! I dont want to hear another word of it. My head aches, and Im hot. Oh, wouldnt I like to go for a pull in the Stormy Petrel!” and poor Mac tossed about as if he did not know what to do with himself.”Let me sing, and perhaps youll drop off; then the day will seem shorter,” said Rose, taking up a fan and sitting down beside him.”Perhaps I shall; I didnt sleep much last night, and when I did I dreamed like fun. See here, you tell the people that I know, and its all right, and I dont want them to talk about it or howl over me. Thats all; now drone away, and Ill try to sleep. Wish I could for a year, and wake up cured.””Oh, I wish, I wish you could!”Rose said it so fervently43 that Mac was moved to grope for her apron44 and hold on to a corner of it, as if it was comfortable to feel her near him. But all he said was”You are a good little soul, Rosy45. Give us The Birks; that is a drowsy46 one that always sends me off.”Quite contented with this small return for all her sympathy, Rose waved her fan and sang, in a dreamy tone, the pretty Scotch47 air, the burden of which is”Bonny lassie, will ye gang, will ye gang To the Birks of Aberfeldie?”Whether the lassie went or not I cannot say, but the laddie was off to the land of Nod, in about ten minutes, quite worn out with hearing the bad tidings and the effort to bear them manfully.点击收听单词发音  1trumpets   喇叭( trumpet的名词复数 ); 小号; 喇叭形物; (尤指)绽开的水仙花参考例句:A wreath was laid on the monument to a fanfare of trumpets. 在响亮的号角声中花圈被献在纪念碑前。A fanfare of trumpets heralded the arrival of the King. 嘹亮的小号声宣告了国王驾到。2virtues   美德( virtue的名词复数 ); 德行; 优点; 长处参考例句:Doctors often extol the virtues of eating less fat. 医生常常宣扬少吃脂肪的好处。She delivered a homily on the virtues of family life. 她进行了一场家庭生活美德方面的说教。3gratitude   adj.感激,感谢参考例句:I have expressed the depth of my gratitude to him.我向他表示了深切的谢意。She could not help her tears of gratitude rolling down her face.她感激的泪珠禁不住沿着面颊流了下来。4oculist   n.眼科医生参考例句:I wonder if the oculist could fit me in next Friday.不知眼科医生能否在下星期五给我安排一个时间。If your eyes are infected,you must go to an oculist.如果你的眼睛受到感染,就要去看眼科医生。5condemned   adj. 被责难的, 被宣告有罪的
动词condemn的过去式和过去分词参考例句:He condemned the hypocrisy of those politicians who do one thing and say another. 他谴责了那些说一套做一套的政客的虚伪。The policy has been condemned as a regressive step. 这项政策被认为是一种倒退而受到谴责。6zeal   n.热心,热情,热忱参考例句:Revolutionary zeal caught them up,and they joined the army.革命热情激励他们,于是他们从军了。They worked with great zeal to finish the project.他们热情高涨地工作,以期完成这个项目。7abated   减少( abate的过去式和过去分词 ); 减去; 降价; 撤消(诉讼)参考例句:The workers concern about cuts in the welfare funding has not abated. 工人们对削减福利基金的关心并没有减少。The heat has abated. 温度降低了。8contented   adj.满意的,安心的,知足的参考例句:He wont be contented until hes upset everyone in the office.不把办公室里的每个人弄得心烦意乱他就不会满足。The people are making a good living and are contented,each in his station.人民安居乐业。9funereal   adj.悲哀的;送葬的参考例句:He addressed the group in funereal tones.他语气沉痛地对大家讲话。The mood of the music was almost funereal.音乐的调子几乎像哀乐。10delicacy   n.精致,细微,微妙,精良;美味,佳肴参考例句:We admired the delicacy of the craftsmanship.我们佩服工艺师精巧的手艺。He sensed the delicacy of the situation.他感觉到了形势的微妙。11invalid   n.病人,伤残人;adj.有病的,伤残的;无效的参考例句:He will visit an invalid.他将要去看望一个病人。A passport that is out of date is invalid.护照过期是无效的。12afflicted   使受痛苦,折磨( afflict的过去式和过去分词 )参考例句:About 40% of the countrys population is afflicted with the disease. 全国40%左右的人口患有这种疾病。A terrible restlessness that was like to hunger afflicted Martin Eden. 一阵可怕的、跟饥饿差不多的不安情绪折磨着马丁・伊登。13peevish   adj.易怒的,坏脾气的参考例句:A peevish child is unhappy and makes others unhappy.一个脾气暴躁的孩子自己不高兴也使别人不高兴。She glared down at me with a peevish expression on her face.她低头瞪着我,一脸怒气。14growled   v.(动物)发狺狺声, (雷)作隆隆声( growl的过去式和过去分词 );低声咆哮着说参考例句:”They ought to be birched, ” growled the old man. 老人咆哮道:“他们应受到鞭打。” 来自《简明英汉词典》He growled out an answer. 他低声威胁着回答。 来自《简明英汉词典》15despondent   adj.失望的,沮丧的,泄气的参考例句:He was up for a time and then,without warning,despondent again.他一度兴高采烈,但忽然又情绪低落下来。I feel despondent when my work is rejected.作品被拒后我感到很沮丧。16persevered   v.坚忍,坚持( persevere的过去式和过去分词 )参考例句:She persevered with her violin lessons. 她孜孜不倦地学习小提琴。Hard as the conditions were, he persevered in his studies. 虽然条件艰苦,但他仍坚持学习。 来自辞典例句17fretted   焦躁的,附有弦马的,腐蚀的参考例句:The wind whistled through the twigs and fretted the occasional, dirty-looking crocuses. 寒风穿过枯枝,有时把发脏的藏红花吹刮跑了。 来自英汉文学The ladys fame for hitting the mark fretted him. 这位太太看问题深刻的名声在折磨着他。18soothe   v.安慰;使平静;使减轻;缓和;奉承参考例句:Ive managed to soothe him down a bit.我想方设法使他平静了一点。This medicine should soothe your sore throat.这种药会减轻你的喉痛。19fumbling   n. 摸索,漏接
v. 摸索,摸弄,笨拙的处理参考例句:If he actually managed to the ball instead of fumbling it with an off-balance shot. 如果他实际上设法拿好球而不是fumbling它。50-balance射击笨拙地和迅速地会开始他的岗位移动,经常这样结束。If he actually managed to secure the ball instead of fumbling it awkwardly an off-balance shot. 如果他实际上设法拿好球而不是fumbling它。50-50提议有时。他从off-balance射击笨拙地和迅速地会开始他的岗位移动,经常这样结束。20watt   n.瓦,瓦特参考例句:The invention of the engine is creditable to Watt.发动机的发明归功于瓦特。The unit of power is watt.功率的单位是瓦特。21afterward   adv.后来;以后参考例句:Lets go to the theatre first and eat afterward. 让我们先去看戏,然后吃饭。Afterward,the boy became a very famous artist.后来,这男孩成为一个很有名的艺术家。22lumbering   n.采伐林木参考例句:Lumbering and, later, paper-making were carried out in smaller cities. 木材业和后来的造纸都由较小的城市经营。Lumbering is very important in some underdeveloped countries. 在一些不发达的国家,伐木业十分重要。23abruptly   adv.突然地,出其不意地参考例句:He gestured abruptly for Virginia to get in the car.他粗鲁地示意弗吉尼亚上车。I was abruptly notified that a half-hour speech was expected of me.我突然被通知要讲半个小时的话。24groaned   v.呻吟( groan的过去式和过去分词 );发牢骚;抱怨;受苦参考例句:He groaned in anguish. 他痛苦地呻吟。The cart groaned under the weight of the piano. 大车在钢琴的重压下嘎吱作响。 来自《简明英汉词典》25dismally   adv.阴暗地,沉闷地参考例句:Fei Little Beard assented dismally. 费小胡子哭丧着脸回答。 来自子夜部分He began to howl dismally. 它就凄凉地吠叫起来。 来自辞典例句26gallantly   adv. 漂亮地,勇敢地,献殷勤地参考例句:He gallantly offered to carry her cases to the car. 他殷勤地要帮她把箱子拎到车子里去。The new fighters behave gallantly under fire. 新战士在炮火下表现得很勇敢。27thump   v.重击,砰然地响;n.重击,重击声参考例句:The thief hit him a thump on the head.贼在他的头上重击一下。The excitement made her heart thump.她兴奋得心怦怦地跳。28beseechingly   adv. 恳求地参考例句:She stood up, and almost beseechingly, asked her husband,shall we go now?” 她站起身来,几乎是恳求似地问丈夫:“我们现在就走吧?”Narcissa began to cry in earnest, gazing beseechingly all the while at Snape. 纳西莎伤心地哭了起来,乞求地盯着斯内普。29distress   n.苦恼,痛苦,不舒适;不幸;vt.使悲痛参考例句:Nothing could alleviate his distress.什么都不能减轻他的痛苦。Please dont distress yourself.请你不要忧愁了。30dodge   v.闪开,躲开,避开;n.妙计,诡计参考例句:A dodge behind a tree kept her from being run over.她向树后一闪,才没被车从身上辗过。The dodge was coopered by the police.诡计被警察粉碎了。31faltered   (嗓音)颤抖( falter的过去式和过去分词 ); 支吾其词; 蹒跚; 摇晃参考例句:He faltered out a few words. 他支吾地说出了几句。”Er – but he has such a longhead!” the man faltered. 他不好意思似的嚅嗫着:“这孩子脑袋真长。”32steadily   adv.稳定地;不变地;持续地参考例句:The scope of mans use of natural resources will steadily grow.人类利用自然资源的广度将日益扩大。Our educational reform was steadily led onto the correct path.我们的教学改革慢慢上轨道了。33thoroughly   adv.完全地,彻底地,十足地参考例句:The soil must be thoroughly turned over before planting.一定要先把土地深翻一遍再下种。The soldiers have been thoroughly instructed in the care of their weapons.士兵们都系统地接受过保护武器的训练。34humbug   n.花招,谎话,欺骗参考例句:I know my words can seem to him nothing but utter humbug.我知道,我说的话在他看来不过是彻头彻尾的慌言。All their fine words are nothing but humbug.他们的一切花言巧语都是骗人的。35vow   n.誓(言),誓约;v.起誓,立誓参考例句:My parents are under a vow to go to church every Sunday.我父母许愿,每星期日都去做礼拜。I am under a vow to drink no wine.我已立誓戒酒。36longing   n.(for)渴望参考例句:Hearing the tune again sent waves of longing through her.再次听到那首曲子使她胸中充满了渴望。His heart burned with longing for revenge.他心中燃烧着急欲复仇的怒火。37sob   n.空间轨道的轰炸机;呜咽,哭泣参考例句:The child started to sob when he couldnt find his mother.孩子因找不到他妈妈哭了起来。The girl didnt answer,but continued to sob with her head on the table.那个女孩不回答,也不抬起头来。她只顾低声哭着。38spoke   n.(车轮的)辐条;轮辐;破坏某人的计划;阻挠某人的行动 v.讲,谈(speak的过去式);说;演说;从某种观点来说参考例句:They sourced the spoke nuts from our company.他们的轮辐螺帽是从我们公司获得的。The spokes of a wheel are the bars that connect the outer ring to the centre.辐条是轮子上连接外圈与中心的条棒。39linen   n.亚麻布,亚麻线,亚麻制品;adj.亚麻布制的,亚麻的参考例句:The worker is starching the linen.这名工人正在给亚麻布上浆。Fine linen and cotton fabrics were known as well as wool.精细的亚麻织品和棉织品像羊毛一样闻名遐迩。40goggles   n.护目镜参考例句:Skiers wear goggles to protect their eyes from the sun.滑雪者都戴上护目镜使眼睛不受阳光伤害。My swimming goggles keep steaming up so I cant see.我的护目镜一直有水雾,所以我看不见。41dabbing   石面凿毛,灰泥抛毛参考例句:She was crying and dabbing at her eyes with a handkerchief. 她一边哭一边用手绢轻按眼睛。Huei-fang was leaning against a willow, dabbing her eyes with a handkerchief. 四小姐蕙芳正靠在一棵杨柳树上用手帕揉眼睛。 来自子夜部分42stewing   炖参考例句:The meat was stewing in the pan. 肉正炖在锅里。 来自《现代英汉综合大词典》The cashier was stewing herself over the sum of 1, 000 which was missing. 钱短了一千美元,出纳员着急得要命。 来自《现代英汉综合大词典》43fervently   adv.热烈地,热情地,强烈地参考例句:”Oh, I am glad!she said fervently. “哦,我真高兴!”她热烈地说道。 来自《简明英汉词典》O my dear, my dear, will you bless me as fervently to-morrow? 啊,我亲爱的,亲爱的,你明天也愿这样热烈地为我祝福么?” 来自英汉文学 – 双城记44apron   n.围裙;工作裙参考例句:We were waited on by a pretty girl in a pink apron.招待我们的是一位穿粉红色围裙的漂亮姑娘。She stitched a pocket on the new apron.她在新围裙上缝上一只口袋。45rosy   adj.美好的,乐观的,玫瑰色的参考例句:She got a new job and her life looks rosy.她找到一份新工作,生活看上去很美好。She always takes a rosy view of life.她总是对生活持乐观态度。46drowsy   adj.昏昏欲睡的,令人发困的参考例句:Exhaust fumes made him drowsy and brought on a headache.废气把他熏得昏昏沉沉,还引起了头疼。I feel drowsy after lunch every day.每天午饭后我就想睡觉。47scotch   n.伤口,刻痕;苏格兰威士忌酒;v.粉碎,消灭,阻止;adj.苏格兰(人)的参考例句:Facts will eventually scotch these rumours.这种谣言在事实面前将不攻自破。Italy was full of fine views and virtually empty of Scotch whiskey.意大利多的是美景,真正缺的是苏格兰威士忌。上一篇:Eight Cousins – Chapter 10下一篇:Eight Cousins – Chapter 12google_ad_client = “ca-pub-0119746079916199”;google_ad_slot = “5309864491”;google_ad_width = 728;google_ad_height = 90;TAG标签:timechickenrespect发表评论请自觉遵守互联网相关的政策法规,严禁发布色情、暴力、反动的言论。评价:中立好评差评表情:验证码:匿名?发表评论最新评论进入详细评论页function LoadCommets(page)
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