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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "It is for his sake. You can serve him. Quick! Promise!"She gave a quick nod of assent just as the other two came up."Why do you sit moping there, Annie?" cried her brother. "Come outinto the sunshine!"
2.  Lord St. Simon glanced over it. "Yes, it is correct, as far as itgoes."
3.  "You're angry, Robert," said she. "Well, I guess you have everycause to be."
4.  "'That is very awkward. Could I not come at some more convenienthour?'
5.  "Ah! I don't know him. Well, here's your good health,landlord, and prosperity to your house. Good-night."
6.  "Very well, sir. And this stone?"

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1.  "Was the blind down?" asked Holmes.
2.  "Ah, yes, in case it should come off, it would perhaps be as wellthat you should burden your memory with the name and address of themurderer. You can give it to Scotland Yard, with my love and a partingblessing. Sylvius is the name- Count Negretto Sylvius. Write itdown, man, write it down! 136 Moorside Gardens, N.W. Got it?"Watson's honest face was twitching with anxiety. He knew only toowell the immense risks taken by Holmes and was well aware that what hesaid was more likely to be under-statement than exaggeration. Watsonwas always the man of action, and he rose to the occasion."Count me in, Holmes. I have nothing to do for a day or two.""Your morals don't improve, Watson. You have added fibbing to yourother vices. You bear every sign of the busy medical man, with callson him every hour."
3.  "Well, then we must make a cross-country journey to Newhaven, and soover to Dieppe. Moriarty will again do what I should do. He will geton to Paris, mark down our luggage, and wait for two days at thedepot. In the meantime we shall treat ourselves to a couple ofcarpet-bags, encourage the manufactures of the countries through whichwe travel, and make our way at our leisure into Switzerland, viaLuxembourg and Basle."
4.  "Dear me, it seems hardly accessible. And yet you will observethat there is a creeper bellow and a water-pipe above which givesome foothold."
5.  "Run away, little Jacky," said he, and he watched his son withloving eyes until he disappeared. "Now, Mr. Holmes," he continued whenthe boy was gone, "I really feel that I have brought you on a fool'serrand, for what can you possibly do save give me your sympathy? Itmust be an exceedingly delicate and complex affair from your pointof view."
6.  "Well, I don't insist upon it. Whatever the cause, Colonel Moranbegan to go wrong. Without any open scandal, he still made India toohot to hold him. He retired, came to London, and again acquired anevil name. It was at this time that he was sought out by ProfessorMoriarty, to whom for a time he was chief of the staff. Moriartysupplied him liberally with money, and used him only in one or twovery high-class jobs, which no ordinary criminal could haveundertaken. You may have some recollection of the death of Mrs.Stewart, of Lauder, in 1887. Not? Well, I am sure Moran was at thebottom of it, but nothing could be proved. So cleverly was the colonelconcealed that, even when the Moriarty gang was broken up, we couldnot incriminate him. You remember at that date, when I called upon youin your rooms, how I put up the shutters for fear of air-guns? Nodoubt you thought me fanciful. I knew exactly what I was doing, forI knew of the existence of this remarkable gun, and I knew also thatone of the best shots in the world would be behind it. When we were inSwitzerland he followed us with Moriarty, and it was undoubtedly hewho gave me that evil five minutes on the Reichenbach ledge."You may think that I read the papers with some attention duringmy sojourn in France, on the look-out for any chance of laying himby the heels. So long as he was free in London, my life would reallynot have been worth living. Night and day the shadow would have beenover me, and sooner or later his chance must have come. What could Ido? I could not shoot him at sight, or I should myself be in the dock.There was no use appealing to a magistrate. They cannot interfere onthe strength of what would appear to them to be a wild suspicion. So Icould do nothing. But I watched the criminal news, knowing that sooneror later I should get him. Then came the death of this Ronald Adair.My chance had come at last. Knowing what I did, was it not certainthat Colonel Moran had done it? He had played cards with the lad, hehad followed him home from the club, he had shot him through theopen window. There was not a doubt of it. The bullets alone are enoughto put his head in a noose. I came over at once. I was seen by thesentinel, who would, I knew, direct the colonel's attention to mypresence. He could not fail to connect my sudden return with hiscrime, and to be terribly alarmed. I was sure that he would make anattempt to get me out of the way at once, and would bring round hismurderous weapon for that purpose. I left him an excellent mark in thewindow, and, having warned the police that they might be needed- bythe way, Watson, you spotted their presence in that doorway withunerring accuracy- I took up what seemed to me to be a judiciouspost for observation, never dreaming that he would choose the samespot for his attack. Now, my dear Watson, does anything remain forme to explain?"

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1.  "Yes, I guess that is so. You're like a surgeon who wants everysymptom before he can give his diagnosis."
2.  The man sprang to his feet with a hoarse scream. He clawed intothe air with his bony hands. His mouth was open, and for the instanthe looked like some horrible bird of prey. In a flash we got a glimpseof the real Josiah Amberley, a misshapen demon with a soul asdistorted as his body. As he fell back into his chair he clapped hishand to his lips as if to stifle a cough. Holmes sprang at histhroat like a tiger and twisted his face towards the ground. A whitepellet fell from between his gasping lips.
3.  "I think I should like to sit quietly for a few minutes and think itout." He seated himself upon the stone ledge of the bridge, and Icould see his quick gray eyes darting their questioning glances inevery direction. Suddenly he sprang up again and ran across to theopposite parapet, whipped his lens from his pocket, and began toexamine the stonework.
4.  "But not where such large interests are at stake?"
5.   "To fly would be a confession of guilt."
6.  "Well, what am I to do, Mr. Holmes?"

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1.  "The fish that you have tattooed immediately above your rightwrist could only have been done in China. I have made a smallstudy of tattoo marks and have even contributed to the literatureof the subject. That trick of staining the fishes' scales of adelicate pink is quite peculiar to China. When, in addition, Isee a Chinese coin hanging from your watch-chain, the matterbecomes even more simple."
2.  "Oh, Mr. Sherlock Holmes!" she cried, glancing from one to the otherof us, and finally, with a woman's quick intuition, fastening uponmy companion, "I am so glad that you have come. I have driven downto tell you so. I know that James didn't do it. I know it, and Iwant you to start upon your work knowing it, too. Never let yourselfdoubt upon that point. We have known each other since we were littlechildren, and I know his faults as no one else does; but he is tootenderhearted to hurt a fly. Such a charge is absurd to anyone whoreally knows him."
3.  "I shall try not to miss anything of importance. The oneunpleasant thing about the house, which struck me at once, was theappearance and conduct of the servants. There are only two, a manand his wife. Toller, for that is his name, is a rough, uncouth man,with grizzled hair and whiskers, and a perpetual smell of drink. Twicesince I have been with them he has been quite drunk, and yet Mr.Rucastle seemed to take no notice of it. His wife is a very tall andstrong woman with a sour face, as silent as Mrs. Rucastle and muchless amiable. They are a most unpleasant couple, but fortunately Ispend most of my time in the nursery and my own room, which are nextto each other in one corner of the building.
4、  "Come now, Count. You used to shoot lions in Algeria."
5、  Billy glanced with some solicitude at the closed door of thebedroom.

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  • 哈尔·沃恩 08-11

      THE ADVENTURE OF THE RED CIRCLE

  • 梅志宏 08-11

      "Good, Simpson!" said Holmes, patting him on the head. "Comealong, Watson. This is the house." He sent in his card with amessage that he had come on important business, and a moment laterwe were face to face with the man whom we had come to see. In spite ofthe warm weather he was crouching over a fire, and the little room waslike an oven. The man sat all twisted and huddled in his chair in away which gave an indescribable impression of deformity, but theface which he turned towards us, though worn and swarthy, must at sometime have been remarkable for its beauty. He looked suspiciously at usnow out of yellow-shot, bilious eyes, and, without speaking or rising,he waved towards two chairs.

  • 付建森 08-11

       "'He slouched out of the room and half an hour afterwards left thehouse, leaving my father in a state of pitiable nervousness. Nightafter night I heard him pacing his room, and it was just as he wasrecovering his confidence that the blow did at last fall.'"'And how?' I asked eagerly.

  • 萧何 08-11

      It was in the spring of the year 1894 that all London wasinterested, and the fashionable world dismayed, by the murder of theHonourable Ronald Adair under most unusual and inexplicablecircumstances. The public has already learned those particulars of thecrime which came out in the police investigation, but a good dealwas suppressed upon that occasion, since the case for theprosecution was so overwhelmingly strong that it was not necessaryto bring forward all the facts. Only now, at the end of nearly tenyears, am I allowed to supply those missing links which make up thewhole of that remarkable chain. The crime was of interest in itself,but that interest was as nothing to me compared to the inconceivablesequel, which afforded me the greatest shock and surprise of any eventin my adventurous life. Even now, after this long interval, I findmyself thrilling as I think of it, and feeling once more that suddenflood of joy, amazement, and incredulity which utterly submerged mymind. Let me say to that public, which has shown some interest inthose glimpses which I have occasionally given them of the thoughtsand actions of a very remarkable man, that they are not to blame me ifI have not shared my knowledge with them, for I should have consideredit my first duty to do so, had I not been barred by a positiveprohibition from his own lips, which was only withdrawn upon the thirdof last month.

  • 董楚青 08-10

    {  "I come to a part of my story now in which I should wish to beparticularly so. I am not a very heavy sleeper, and the anxiety inmy mind tended, no doubt, to make me even less so than usual. Abouttwo in the morning, then, I was awakened by some sound in the house.It had ceased ere I was wide awake, but it had left an impressionbehind it as though a window had gently closed somewhere. I laylistening with all my ears. Suddenly, to my horror, there was adistinct sound of footsteps moving softly in the next room. Islipped out of bed, an palpitating with fear, and peeped round thecorner of my dressing-room door.

  • 郭靖宇 08-09

      "Come- come, do what I ask."}

  • 杨恒眼 08-09

      "Yes, it would be as well."

  • 罗天 08-09

      "You can imagine, Watson, with what eagerness I listened to thisextraordinary sequence of events, and endeavoured to piece themtogether, and to devise some common thread upon which they might allhang. The butler was gone. The maid was gone. The maid had loved thebutler, but had afterwards had cause to hate him. She was of Welshblood, fiery and passionate. She had been terribly excited immediatelyafter his disappearance. She had flung into the lake a bagcontaining some curious contents. These were all factors which hadto be taken into consideration, and yet none of them got quite tothe heart of the matter. What was the starting-point of this chainof events? There lay the end of this tangled line.

  • 卢祥勇 08-08

       "Arrest him!" cried Peters.

  • 倪胜如 08-06

    {  She swept across the room and seated herself with her back to thewindow. It was a queenly presence- tall, graceful, and intenselywomanly.

  • 丹尼斯-伍德赛德 08-06

      "Was the blood-stain above or below?"

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