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2013 学年 第一学期

高三年级期末质量评估试题


命题:李昌杰(台州中学)


舒丽萍(玉环中学)

2014.01

审卷:徐香云(台州市第一中学) 注意:本试题卷分选择题和非选择题两部分。满分 120 分,考试用时 120 分钟。 答案一律做在答题卷上。

选择题部分(共 80 分)
第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 20 小题;每小题 0.5 分,满分 10 分) 从 A、B、C 和 D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 1. — OK, I know what you mean. ________. — Really? Can I order anything I want in this restaurant? A. Take your time B. Take it easy C. It’s my treat D. Don’t be worried 2. Nowadays, a growing number of people show great concern about ________ word “PM 2.5” repeatedly appearing in ________ media reports. A. the; the B. a; the C. \; the D. the; \ 3. Recently, the policy ________ most couples to one child has been relaxed in China. A. limiting B. having limited C. limited D. to limit 4. The weekend is ________ students needn’t go to school and can do whatever they like. A. where B. whether C. why D. when 5. For Linda, to be admitted to such a good university is the beginning of a new life, ________ she thought she would never see. A. what B. that C. one D. it 6. The prisoner managed to climb ________ the wall and disappeared in the darkness. A. onto B. over C. through D. around 7. —We chose exactly the same wallpaper. — What a ________! We see eye to eye on it. A. pity B. shame C. mess D. coincidence 8. Don’t jump to a decision so easily, dear! You must learn to consider all possible results ________ you begin to carry out your plan. A. when B. after C. before 9. I’m afraid we can’t meet your needs. The goods you order are not ________ yet. A. available B. affordable C. acceptable D. until D. valuable

10. The programme Where Are We Going, Dad?, ________ by Hunan Satellite TV, is becoming a hit nowadays. A. producing B. to produce C. produced D. having been produced 11. Over the past several months, the Summer Palace ________ people rushing to have a look at the giant Rubber Duck. A. witnessed B. is witnessing C. has witnessed D. had witnessed 12. If you spend less than you earn, ________ you won’t be in debt. A. obviously B. doubtfully C. especially D. urgently 13. A great shock was shown on the faces of survivors, many of ________ were unfamiliar with storms as fierce as Supertyphoon “Yolanda”.
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A. who of home-made bombs.

B. whom

C. those

D. them

14. The police in Shanxi have ________ the explosions outside the provincial office on Wednesday were the result A. possessed B. advocated C. overcome D. confirmed 15. The Greens won’t go abroad for their holiday because they ________ money to buy a new car. A. were saving B. save C. are saving D. have saved 16. There is something wrong with his throat; ________, Alvin has to give up the singing competition. A. as a result B. as a matter of fact C. on the whole D. on the contrary 17. Peter doesn’t know much about the traffic rules. Otherwise he ________ his car without a license the other day. A. should not have driven C. would not have driven B. would not drive D. should not drive

18. The exchange students adopt western culture, customs, and ________ clothing after a long stay in a foreign country. A. rather B. even C. still D. thus 19. Scientists think they have ________ in their attempt to find the causes of many major diseases. A. broken off B. broken out C. broken down D. broken through 20. — Let my secretary walk you to the door. I’ve got my hands full. — ________. A. It all depends B. I’m on my way C. It can happen to anyone D. I will see myself out, please 第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 21—40 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项, 并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 I was only eight or nine when my father called an important family meeting. Waiting patiently for dad to 21 his thoughts and begin speaking, I did not know that this moment would forever change the 22 of my family and the relationship I had with my father. My father had left home as a teenager after his father remarried a woman he didn’t 23 . He finished high school under his aunts’ roof but never went to college, something he always 24 . Now that he was in his early forties and my sister and I were growing up, he said it was time for him to 25 follow his dreams. My mother 26 him that we didn’t have a lot of money and that it would cause much 27 on us kids because dad wouldn’t have time for us. But he still hoped we would all support him and told us 28 we didn’t, he was doing it anyway. After that meeting, life quickly began to 29 . My mother left work, feeling it important to be at home as a 30 for her children. As a kid, all I knew was that my dad was always busy. 31 I missed him much, I couldn’t have his company. Because of my father’s 32 , I took on more responsibility at home 33 the “man” of the house. My father was 34 to his word. He finished college and then graduated from law school. He had 35 his dreams of becoming a lawyer and landed a good-paying, 36 job. During those years, I saw my father’s accomplishment as a 37 act. We were never really close like a father and his son. Many years later, after my father had 38 and I myself also had a family to support, I began to 39 he was not only doing these things as personal goals, but also as a way to make a better life for his family. Only then did I begin to appreciate the 40 my father had given me — it’s never too late to dream. 21. A. assess B. transform
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C. collect

D. defend

22. A. course 23. A. break away from 24. A. regretted 25. A. gradually 26. A. confused 27. A. freedom 28. A. on condition that 29. A. change 30. A. strength 31. A. Unless 32. A. attraction 33. A. like 34. A. blind 35. A. accomplished 36. A. steady 37. A. reasonable 38. A. fitted in 39. A. applaud 40. A. concern

B. administration B. play tricks on B. reviewed B. simply B. reminded B. motivation B. as long as B. improve B. switch D. Once B. absence B. as B. equal B. forgotten B. complex B. rare B. passed away B. complain B. gift

C. background C. get along with C. rejected C. regularly C. encouraged C. pressure C. even if C. advance C. surprise C. While C. effect C. for C. opposite C. destroyed C. previous C. simple C. picked up C. realize C. comfort

D. tradition D. look up to D. recommended D. finally D. persuaded D. suffering D. in case D. recover D. support D. If D. effort D. with D. true D. broken D. tough D. selfish D. settled down D. doubt D. prize

第二部分:阅读理解(第一节 20 小题,第二节 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 50 分) 第一节:阅读下列材料,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并 在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。 A Jeff, like me, is a writer, a speaker, and the head of a consulting company. As far as I can tell, he’s professional, well respected, capable, honest, and has a popular following. Someone we both know has asked us to cooperate on a project and there’s clearly a mutual benefit to our working together. It all sounds great except for one thing: I don’t like Jeff. I mentioned that to the person who wants us to work together. She told me, essentially, to get over it. “You don’t have to like him,” she said, “but you’d be smart to work with him.” The typical advice you hear about working with people you don’t like is simply to just conduct whatever business you need to with them and move on. In other words, smile and bear it. But I have found that almost impossible to do. The people we don’t like drive us crazy and we waste a great amount of time complaining about them, or stressing about a conversation we need to have with them. And that’s not the worst of it. The deeper problem is that if you don’t like someone, chances are they know it, which will cause them not to like you. And if you think working with someone you don’t like is hard, try working with someone who doesn’t like you. It’s simple, really. According to research, the more people like you, the easier, more productive, and more profitable, your life will be; the people you don’t get along with will find ways to bother you — even if you smile and bear it. So if smiling and bearing it is a losing strategy, what’s the alternative? Consider, for a moment, the reason you don’t like someone. Maybe you think they have some character weakness or disagreeable quality that bothers you. Like my view of Jeff as self-serving, self-centered and self-satisfied. Now — and here’s the hard part — think about whether, you can discover that disagreeable quality in yourself. You really don’t like that part of yourself, right? You wish you could distance yourself from that side of
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you. Just like you wish you could distance yourself from that disliked person. In other words, chances are, the reason you can’t stand that person in the first place, is that they focus you on what you can’t stand about yourself. Suddenly, working with people you don’t like becomes a lot more interesting. Because getting to know them better, and accepting the parts of them you don’t like, is actually getting to know yourself better and accepting the parts of yourself you don’t like. So the way to overcome your dislike of someone else? Overcome your dislike of yourself. 41. The author mentions Jeff in the first paragraph in order to _________. A. offer his view C. describe a partner A. a challenge B. a disaster B. introduce a topic D. complain about his job C. a burden D. an honour

42. It is implied in the third paragraph that it is _________ to work with someone who doesn’t like you. 43. What does the writer think is the real reason why we don’t like the person we work with? A. We’re self-serving, self-centered and self-satisfied. B. We can discover disagreeable qualities in the person. C. We waste a great amount of time complaining about him. D. We actually have the disagreeable qualities the person has. 44. It seems that the best way to work with someone you don’t like is to _________. A. point out his shortcomings C. accept what you think of him 45. The passage is mainly about _________. A. trying to deal with work conflicts B. the difficulty of living with people you dislike C. the disadvantages of working for the same company D. reflecting on working with people you don’t appreciate B Below is a brief introduction to five famous American symbols. The Statue of Liberty In the mid-1870s, French artist Frederic Auguste Bartholdi was working on a large project called Liberty Enlightening the World, a monument celebrating US independence and the France-America alliance(结 盟). In 1876, Bartholdi had fitted the statue’s right arm and torch, and displayed them in Philadelphia. It is said that he had used his wife’s arm as the model, but felt her face was too beautiful for the statue. He needed someone whose face represented suffering yet strength, someone more severe than beautiful. He chose his mother. The Statue of Liberty was dedicated on an island in Upper New York Bay in 1886. It had his mother’s face and his wife’s body, but Bartholdi called it “my daughter, Liberty”. Barbie Before all the different types of Barbie dolls for sale now, there was just a single Barbie. Actually, her name was Barbara. Barbara Handler was the daughter of Elliot and Ruth Handler, co-founders of the Mattel Toy Company. Ruth came up with the idea for Barbie after watching her daughter play with paper dolls. The three-dimensional model for Barbie was a German doll. Mattel refashioned the doll into an all-American version and named it after Barbara. Since her introduction in 1959, Barbie has become the universally recognized Queen of the Dolls. Mattel says the average American girl owns ten Barbie dolls, and two are sold somewhere in the world every second.
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B. smile, bear it and move on D. tear yourself away from him

American Gothic Grant Wood instantly rose to fame in 1930 with his painting American Gothic. The painting shows a serious-looking man and a woman standing in front of a farmhouse. He was strongly influenced by medieval artists and inspired by the Gothic window of an old farmhouse, but the faces in his composition were what drew the world’s attention. Wood liked to paint faces he knew well. For the grave farmer he used his dentist, a sour-looking man. For the woman standing alongside him, the artist chose his sister, Nan. Nan later remarked that the fame she gained from American Gothic saved her from a very boring life. The Buffalo Nickel Today, American coins honor important figures of the US government — mostly famous former presidents. But the Buffalo nickel, produced from 1913 to 1938, honored a pair of connected tragedies from the settlement of the American frontier (边境) — the destruction of the buffalo herds (牛群) and the American Indians. While white people had previously been used as models for most American coins, famed artist James Earle Fraser went against tradition by using three actual American Indians as models for his creation. For the buffalo on the other side, since buffalo no longer wandered about the great grasslands, Fraser was forced to draw an aging buffalo from New York City’s Central Park Zoo. Uncle Sam Fourteen-year-old Sam Wilson joined in the fight during the American Revolution. At age 23, he started a meatpacking business and earned a reputation for being honest and hard working. During a later war in 1812, Wilson gained a position inspecting meat for US Army forces, working with a man who had signed a contract with the government to provide meat to the army. Barrels of meat supplied to the army were stamped “EA-US”, identifying the company (EA) and country of origin (US). According to one story, when a government official visited the plant and asked about the letters, a creative employee told him “US” was short for “Uncle Sam” Wilson. Soon soldiers were saying all Army supplies were from “Uncle Sam”. After the war, a character called Uncle Sam began appearing in political cartoons as American’s most popular symbol.

46. What can we learn about the Statue of Liberty or its designer? A. The statue was named after Bartholdi’s daughter Liberty. B. Bartholdi got his wife to carry the torch in the Philadelphia show. C. It is a monumental statue representing US independence in New York Bay. D. Bartholdi’s mother was so beautiful that he used her face as the model. 47. It can be inferred from the passage that _________.
A. Wilson transported meat to the army and sold it to the soldiers B. the letters “US” stamped on the meat was short for “Uncle Sam” C. Mattel came up with the idea for Barbie after seeing a German doll D. the dentist Wood used for the farmer in his painting may be serious-looking

48. The Buffalo nickel is a coin _________.
A. with pictures of buffalo on both sides B. in memory of a famous former president C. to honor the settlement of the American frontier D. with American Indians used as models instead of white people
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49. Which item was Paul Stevens who visited New York in the 1940s LEAST likely to buy from the souvenir shop there? A. A set of Barbie dolls. C. A collection of the Buffalo nickel. A. Health and Life. C. Science and Technology.
C Ford grew up on a rural un-electrified farm. Edison was Ford’s role model and as a young man Ford took a job at the Edison Illuminating Company working his way up to chief engineer. In 1896 Ford was thirty-three and, though still working for Edison Co., had created his first experimental automobile the Ford Quadricycle during his off-time. At a party in New York Ford had his first chance to meet his hero Edison, and even able to explain his new automobile to him. Edison was impressed. Edison is said to have shouted “Young man, that’s the thing! You have it! Your car is self-contained and carries its own power plant.” Edison himself had been working on the idea, but had only been considering electricity as the power source, so the idea of a gas engine was a new and somewhat novel (新奇的) one. The words comforted Ford greatly, who immediately set out building a second prototype (原型) which was to become the Model-T. The two men became fast friends. They would go on camping trips. When Edison couldn’t walk and became confined to a wheelchair, Ford brought an extra one to his estate (庄园) so they could race. At a ceremony of the 50th anniversary of the lightbulb, Edison ended his speech directed at Ford: “As to Henry Ford, words are not enough to express my feelings. I can only say that in the fullest meaning of the term, he is my friend.” Therefore it is no surprise that Ford wanted something to remember Edison by after he died in 1931. As the legend goes, Ford asked Edison’s son Charles to sit by the dying inventor’s bedside and hold a test tube next to his father’s mouth to catch his final breath. Ford was a man with many strange behaviours, and some say that he was attempting to capture Edison’s soul as it escaped his body in hopes of later making the inventor come to life. The truth of the story is somewhat similar to the legend. While by no means did Charles hold up a test tube to Edison’s lips as he lay dying, there were indeed a series of eight test tubes very nearby his bed. In the words of his son Charles: “Though he is mainly remembered for his work in electrical fields, his real love was chemistry. It is not strange, but symbolic, that those test tubes were close to him at the end. Immediately after his death I asked his attending physician to seal them with paraffin(石蜡). He did. Later I gave one of them to Mr. Ford”. The test tube didn’t turn up until 1950 when it was cataloged in the Ford estate after Ford’s death, and then immediately lost again until 1978 when it was discovered. The tube was labeled “Edison’s Last Breath”. It is quite touching in its meaning. There was clearly a great respect and admiration between the two men. The test tube stands as a last gift of friendship, memory and inspiration from one inventor to another. 51. Ford impressed Edison with _________ the first time they met. A. his novel idea of a gas engine C. his enthusiasm and respect for Edison A. was devoted to B. was limited to
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B. A copy of American Gothic. D. A series of cartoons starring Uncle Sam. B. Society and Culture. D. Economy and Finance.

50. In which section of the newspaper New York Times can readers find this passage?

B. his quick way up to a chief engineer D. his new automobile with electricity power C. was attracted to D. was accustomed to

52. The underlined phrase “became confined to” (Paragraph 2) is closest in meaning to _________.

53. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT so believable? A. Charles held a test tube next to his father’s mouth to catch his final breath. B. Edison referred to Ford as his friend at an anniversary celebration of the lightbulb. C. There were a series of eight test tubes very nearby his bed when Edison lay dying. D. Though mainly remembered for his work in electrical fields, Edison loved chemistry. 54. The author ’s purpose for writing this passage is to _________. A. advertise the eight test tubes C. solve the mystery of Edison’s death 55. What would be the best title for the passage? A. Ford’s Role Model C. Process of the experiment D Relax. He is the same little boy you loved yesterday. I smiled trying to hold back the tears. “No he isn’t. Yesterday I dreamed he would be an astronaut. Today I am hoping he will learn to talk.” It was like some sort of unexpected joke. I could still recall the day that determined my fate. It was October in Ottawa and the summer breezes had given way to the autumn rainfall of leaves. The snow would begin soon. My casually mentioning Wyatt’s behavior to Dr. Martin aroused his worries. He started asking me questions about Wyatt’s activities, speech pattern and emotions. I still see clearly in my mind the cleanness of the room and all its belongings when the doctor turned to me and said, “He almost sounds autistic (自闭的).” I couldn’t bear that picture in my mind. I had to run to get away from this all too painful place that was telling me what was to be my child’s life — being strange. I could not remember how many times I told myself, “This is normal. He is a little boy who is not talking yet,” when my asking questions met with his blank-eyed response in a restaurant; how many times I would say, “He loves to play on his own for hours at a time and he never gets into trouble,” when Wyatt was playing games that no one else could think of, let alone join in while other boys in the park were playing together or in small groups. My life was changing direction. So was Wyatt’s. I started to hide Wyatt from my friends and neighbors especially from good friends. It was too painful to let others know about my boy acting strange. It was a Thursday afternoon and I found one half of a great pair of kitchen scissors was missing, which was unbelievably sharp. I knew Wyatt had taken the missing blade (刀片). “Wyatt,” I began as patiently as I could, “Do you see this?” I held up the blade. “Do you know what this is?” Wyatt put a bunch of fruit loops in his mouth. No response. “Wyatt!” I forced eye contact with him. “Where is the other blade? See this!” I showed him the half pair. He smiled big. Ate fruit loops. Turned the TV on and off. Still no response. I didn’t know what to do. It was really hard. “Wyatt,” I tried once more, “Mommy wants these scissors. Can you go get them for Mommy? It will make Mommy so happy if you do that.” “Watch TV.” Wyatt asked as he slid down from his kitchen stool and ran off, leaving me shaking my head and wondering in exactly which way this situation was going to end badly. Five minutes later, I turned my head to see Wyatt coming downstairs his favorite doll in one hand, the missing half pair of kitchen scissors in the other. I immediately ran over and took it from him. “Wyatt!” I hugged him. “Thank you for bringing me the scissors! Good job! You did it! These scissors need
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B. show the friendship between two inventors D. list Ford’s achievements in science B. Edison’s Last Breath D. Discovery of the Test Tube

to stay in the kitchen. These are Mommy’s scissors!” Wyatt laughed, looked me straight in the eye and said, “Mommy so happy!” I came close to tears. A realization dawned on me that he was the best gift I had ever gotten even though he was not as normal as other children. And why did I hide him from others as if he were some dark and terrible secret? No! He was my pride. It was a long, hard battle to get him to this point, expressing his wants and needs without turning to violence in frustration. With love and patience I have found the beautiful, happy boy who would teach me more about life. And that is the solution. 56. From the first part of the story we can get to know that the son’s problem was _________ to the mother. A. a heavy blow C. an unforgettable lesson A. The questions the doctor asked puzzled her. B. The cleanness of the doctor ’s room struck her. C. His son’s illness was beyond her wildest expectation. D. The sudden change of weather left her a deep impression. 58. According to the passage, which of the following indicates that Wyatt is not normal? A. He never gets into trouble. C. He plays with others for hours. A. his mother forced him to do that C. he intended to delight his mother A. Never hiding Waytt from normal kids. B. Turning to violence in disappointment occasionally. C. Making Wyatt a kind and joyful boy with great care. D. Helping Wyatt learn to talk and become an astronaut. 第二节 下面文章中有 5 个段落需要添加标题(第 61-65 题) 。请从以下选项(A、B、C、D、E 和 F)中选 出适合各段落的标题。选项中有一项是多余选项。 A. What We Can Get B. What We Can Show C. What We Can Influence D. Where We Get Our News E. How We Start and Do Business F. How We Meet and Stay in Touch with People Social media communication tools have greatly changed our lives and how we interact with one another and the world around us. Here are the top areas that social media has affected in our daily lives. 61. ___________________ If you’re like me, each morning before checking Yahoo or Google News or an online newspaper site, you first look at the stories your friends and people that you follow are sharing via Twitter or Facebook. After all, you didn’t choose the editors at newspapers and other publications, but you did choose the people and groups that you
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B. a white lie D. a ridiculous experience

57. Why could the mother recall the day so clearly when the doctor told her his son’s illness?

B. He responds with blank eyes. D. He likes watching TV programmes. B. he could get his favorite doll in reward D. he realized that the sharp blade would cause danger

59. Wyatt brought the missing half of the scissors back to his mother because _________.

60. What seems to be the solution at the end of the passage?

follow on Twitter, Facebook, or other social networks. Friends on social media are increasingly becoming people’s trusted sources of information, even more than search engines. 62. ___________________ It is easier than ever to start and launch a business today, in great part thanks to social media. We can not only locate potential collaborators and employees through interest-focused Facebook groups, Twitter searches, and social networks, but perhaps more importantly, social media gives people who have time, but little money for advertising, the chance to engage with others and promote their business. A recent article in the New York Times concluded, “For many mom-and-pop shops with no ad budget, Twitter has become their sole means of marketing.” 63. ___________________ People certainly still meet others at social venues like clubs and parties, but it is easier than ever to discover people who share our interests through social media, whether that means via groups on Facebook or following people on Twitter. Even if your interests lie in an obscure area, like 15th century poetry in France or Nepalese art, there is probably a Facebook group about it, and a Twitter search will likely turn up other people talking about the same subject. The introductions are first made through social networks, then people develop the relationship using phone calls and in-person meetings. In other words, social media is increasingly being used to find and keep both old and potentially new friendships. 64. ___________________ The old pattern in communication was that People generally revealed very little of their fears and doubts. They tried to present the image of themselves to other people as completely confident and knowledgeable. But this is shifting, in part, because of social media. We now no longer try to appear perfect, but are more transparent with our thoughts and feelings, to reveal our humanness. We now have queens acknowledging that they get nervous at times when speaking, CEOs being more honest and at times using blogs to express reservations over past decisions, and people openly sharing personal views on social issues. 65. ___________________ It used to be a big deal that Oprah had over 20 million people watch her show every week or that the New York Times was read by millions of people, and while these large media outlets still control much of our attention, now with social media, so-called mainstream media is no longer always the driving influencer of public opinion. The average person’s influence is increasing as communication channels become more open and fluid. As a result, we feel much less like passive bystanders and much more like participants who have a voice in the events in our world.

非选择题部分(共 40 分)
第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)(见答卷纸) 下面短文中有 10 处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧) ,并在其下面写上该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线(\)划掉。 修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写上修改后的词。 注意:1. 每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2. 只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。
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One day, an eight-year-old boy who dreams of going to Brazil went to the airport secret with his passport. He followed a family with lots of baggages and several children. The plane staff thought he was traveling with his family, but they let him on. Follow the family, the boy arrived in Rio and got on the plane. But to their great fear, the family were out of the sight when they left the airport. The boy went the airport information desk and told the clerk that had happened. At last, he was sent back home on the very next flight. 第二节:书面表达(满分 30 分) 请以 A Special Birthday 为题,用英语写一篇 100-120 词的短文,记述一次你或他人的特殊生日。 内容:1. 生日过程; 2. 你的感受。 注意:文章标题与首句已给出(不计词数) 。 A Special Birthday For us teenagers, a birthday is often an occasion when we are treated to a good feast and presented long-expected gifts. ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________

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