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  • E714342

    E714342 (拖著我手 到我話夠)

    一行单词就看懂了俩…啊啊啊!!!

    2018-12-28 09:29

  • 一定要钱多多

    一定要钱多多 (我的理想是当个理直气壮的好人~)

    Every Epic collapse, the Provost believed, could be traced back to a single moment, a chance meeting, a bad decision, an indiscreet glance

    2015-01-04 15:28

  • 京城司南

    京城司南

    So long as they speak your name, you shall never die.

    2014-01-05 05:13

  • 京城司南

    京城司南

    Remember tonight...for it's the beginning of forever.

    2014-01-05 05:09

  • 京城司南

    京城司南

    The burning question now, however, was: How would this virus behave? Coldly stated: How will it attach its host? The Ebola virus impaired the blood's ability to coagulate, resulting in unstoppable hemorrhaging. The hantavirus triggered the lungs to fail. A whole host of viruses known as oncoviruses caused cancer. And the HIV virus attacked the immune system, causing the disease AIDS. It was ...

    2014-01-05 03:53

  • 京城司南

    京城司南

    As Langdon passed through the doorway and began descending the steep staircase behind Bruder, he could feel the warm wind rushing past them from the bowels of the cistern. The humid breeze carried on it the strains of Liszt's Dante Symphony as well as a familiar, yet ineffable scent...that of a massive crush of people congregated together in an enclosed space. Langdon suddenly felt a ghostly pa...

    2014-01-05 00:55

  • 京城司南

    京城司南

    Governments, Major corporations. The occasional ultrawealthy VIP. To achieve their goals, these clients would have at their disposal all of the Consortium's assets, personnel, experience, and creativity. Above all, though, they were given deniability -- the assurance that whatever illusion was fabricated in support of their deception could never be traced back to them. Whether trying to pro...

    2014-01-04 23:59

  • 京城司南

    京城司南

    Langdon had read descriptions of life in Venice during the plague outbreaks. With little or no dry land in which to bury the dead, bloated bodies floated in the canals, with some areas so densely packed with corpses that workers had to labor like log rollers and prod the bodies out to sea. It seemed no amount of praying could diminish the plague's wrath. By the time city officials realized it was ...

    2014-01-04 05:44

  • 京城司南

    京城司南

    "Like all change, it's just a matter of degree. Technically, we've been engineering ourselves for years now ---- developing vaccines that make children immune to certain diseases...polio, smallpox, typhoid. The difference is that now, with Zobrist's breakthroughs in germ-line genetic engineering, we're learning how to create inheritable immunizations, those that would affect the recipient at ...

    2014-01-04 04:15

  • 京城司南

    京城司南

    "I just can't believe that a bunch of trained soldiers would knowingly agree to kill innocent masses...all the while fearing they might get sick and die themselves." Sienna shot him a puzzled look. "Robert, what do you think soldiers do when they go to war? They kill innocent people and risk their own death. Anything is possible when people believe in a cause." "A ca...

    2013-12-23 10:53

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