"She was expected the middle of July, but she didn't come then. Nobody felt anxious. Vessels were often delayed for days and mebbe weeks. The Royal William was a week overdue--and then two--and then three. And at last we began to be frightened, and it got worse and worse. Fin'lly I couldn't bear to look into John Selwyn's eyes. D'ye know, Mistress Blythe"--Captain Jim lowered his voice--"I used to think that they looked just like what his old great-great-grandmother's must have been when they were burning her to death. He never said much but he taught school like a man in a dream and then hurried to the shore. Many a night he walked there from dark to dawn. People said he was losing his mind. Everybody had given up hope--the Royal William was eight weeks overdue. It was the middle of September and the schoolmaster's bride hadn't come-- never would come, we thought.
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3、<p>Well, you've been busy.</p><p>Thousands and thousands and thousands have already voted in the Pocket Gamer Awards 2016. Hundreds of thousands, in fact.</p><p>We're delighted to see you so engaged – thank you – but despite the record-breaking response some of the categories remain really, silly close.</p><p>So now, sisters and brothers, there are just seven days to sort everything out: midnight on March 31st we'll close this party down, count it all up, and announce the winners soon after.</p><p>But until then there's time to reward what we consider to be some of the best gaming experiences of the past year as well as those of the past decade.</p><p>That's right, as part of PG's 10th anniversary celebration we've altered things a bit for this year's awards.</p><p>It'll make sense once you see the finalists. So, yeah, do get voting if you haven't yet. (Fist bump if you already have.)</p>
4、The Miser<p>There were plenty of things I was expecting to wake up to this morning, like cat vomit and unwashed dishes, but The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's second DLC wasn't one of them.</p><p>
1、<p>Netmarble's The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross has proved to be quite the RPG hit. It's now raced past 3 million downloads in its first week of release, and I'd like to think that's because it's actually pretty good fun.</p><p>It looks great, feels authentic, and generally offers a more recognisable RPG experience than its gacha mechanics might suggest. Through impressive cutscenes and many hours of story-driven missions, you'll play through the adventures of The Seven Deadly Sins.</p><p>Right now, it's sitting at #2 on the top 10 downloaded games on the US App Store and Google Play, and it's currently the #10 top-grossing game for iOS.</p><p>"We are excited to see such great success in the global market following Korea and Japan launches. We are also grateful for the great passion our gamers have for The Seven Deadly Sins: The Grand Cross. We hope our players continue to enjoy the exciting adventures of The Seven Deadly Sins," said Seungwon Lee, co-CEO of Netmarble.</p>And often kissed, and often 'gan to tear;
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