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3、Or to turn white and swoon at tragic shows;
4、"Oh, I know--I know," said Anne, tears filling her eyes. "I know all that can be said against it, but I love it so--and it's so beautiful here."
1、A CERTAIN MAN, detained by a storm in his country house, first of all killed his sheep, and then his goats, for the maintenance of his household. The storm still continuing, he was obliged to slaughter his yoke oxen for food. On seeing this, his Dogs took counsel together, and said, "It is time for us to be off, for if the master spare not his oxen, who work for his gain, how can we expect him to spare us?'
2、A CROW having stolen a bit of meat, perched in a tree and held it in her beak. A Fox, seeing this, longed to possess the meat himself, and by a wily stratagem succeeded. "How handsome is the Crow," he exclaimed, in the beauty of her shape and in the fairness of her complexion! Oh, if her voice were only equal to her beauty, she would deservedly be considered the Queen of Birds!" This he said deceitfully; but the Crow, anxious to refute the reflection cast upon her voice, set up a loud caw and dropped the flesh. The Fox quickly picked it up, and thus addressed the Crow: "My good Crow, your voice is right enough, but your wit is wanting."
3、<p>It is a time of rumours, a time of great suggestions and endless possibilities. Well, it's felt like that anyway, ever since Apple announced its Apple Arcade subscription gaming service earlier in the week. Now an advertising image has sparked another round of guess work - because at first glance it makes it look like No Man's Sky is coming to Apple Arcade.</p><p>We've included the image, which was first pointed out to us by one of our intrepid Twitter followers, Peter Hunt, just below this paragraph. And from a quick peruse of the information, it does look an awful lot like No Man's Sky might be heading to the Apple Arcade. There it is, in the background, on the Apple Arcade Store for Apple TV.</p><p>But dig a bit deeper and things look like they start to fall apart. There's a store description poking out there as well, and a quick read of it should set alarm bells ringing. It's not describing No Man's Sky. According to this Reddit post, it's actually talking about Sky: Light Awaits. It's another game with the word sky in its name, from Thatgamecompany.</p><p>That should be the end of the matter then, right? Clearly the wrong image has been used in some marketing. Or has it? Sky: Light Awaits, is actually a free to play game that's available right now on the App Store. And Apple has made it plenty clear that every game coming to Apple Arcade is going to be premium.</p><p>You might be thinking, oh well maybe it's a sequel to Sky: Light Awaits, but here's the thing, the text on the TV in the advert is lifted word for word from Sky: Light Awaits iTunes description. Here's the first couple of paragraphs from Sky: Light Awaits App Store page -</p>Sky: Light Awaits is a heartwarming and beautifully-animated social adventure experience designed to be played together by you and your loved ones.Set in a wonderland above the clouds, Sky invites you and your friends to fly up to explore the buried mysteries together and rebuild a fallen kingdom for its ancient inhabitants. Using your courage and compassion, players must connect as a community to share and build on their flame to spread light back into the world.<p>The plot, as one might say, has definitely thickened. We've reached out to No Man's Sky developer Hello Games for comment, and we'll let you know what they say. In the meantime, what do you think? Is this a snafu at Apple's end with the image, or is it a foul up with the text?</p>