Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; 英汉信息大词典; 英汉数学大词典; Engineering Dictionary
It was important to establish that biodiversity was important in its own right, rather than as an after- thought to addressing climate change.
While the amount, speed, and type of data are all challenges facing business analytic systems, great strides are being made in addressing these issues.
A trained midwife could have given her a deworming pill and iron supplements early in the pregnancy, addressing that anemia and strengthening her.
February 2000: Addressing the media furor over her extreme postpartum thinness, musician / model Victoria Beckham says, “I ’m not anorexic, I ’m not bulimic and I’m not a skeleton.
That brings up another similarity between Greece and America: that the necessary may be impossible, that baby boomer politicians in the age of Twitter may not be up to addressing problems this big.
But because the package will bear down too heavily on ordinary Greeks without addressing necessary structural reform, it is likely to fail.
Last week saw the first London screening of Love, Sex Aur Dhoka (Love, Sex and Pain), Bollywood's belated attempt at addressing India's increasing sexual openness.
Having made this well-turned speech, Villefort looked carefully around to mark the effect of his oratory, much as he would have done had he been addressing the bench in open court.
So Milton begins by addressing not a fair mistress or a blooming rose or -- he doesn't even begin by addressing God.
She recognized in him the well-to-do boor whom Angel had knocked down at the inn for addressing her coarsely.