Sources: CC-CEDICT; Law Dictionary; 英汉农业大词典
This old gentleman is to deal with the aftermath of the traffic accident.
But unlike the aftermath of those blasts, there were no ambulance sirens, he says. All Athar could hear was the sound of a car racing through the empty, quiet streets.
It was, in some respects, for me anyway, it was harder than the immediate aftermath of 911, because 911 felt like an discrim event, like there was an attack, we recovered, there was a response.
Brazil: take note not only of the preparations, but of the aftermath.
Having visited the scene of this dark chapter in human history, I wish to emphasize my support for the Government and people of Kazakhstan as they continue to cope with the aftermath.
But, depending on the aftermath of the storm, that could be part of a new emergency - response normal – at least so long as the sting of Katrina remains.
This sad reality imposes a moral responsibility on this administration and this Congress, for we cannot deny that the proximate cause of this human tragedy is the invasion of Iraq and its aftermath.
What: This summer, the United States battled the aftermath of the largest offshore oil spill in the nation's history, and so did China.
If policy had been tighter, the financial bubble would have been smaller and its aftermath less painful.
This is the formal mandate of the agency, which is expected to rise above the contentious aftermath of tragedy and deliver just the facts.