Sources: CC-CEDICT; 英汉医学大词典; 英汉农业大词典
At that time the bayonet would not have been too useful as an appendage to a long gun since these were early days for firearms.
On this occasion, Scientific American reports, Morse signed his name along with the appendage, "One of the few immortal names / That are not born to die.
This amazing useful appendage is actually an extension of the nose and upper lip.
The fin - like appendage on the helmet houses a forced ventilation fan, which blows fresh air over the technician's face to relieve perspiration.
It is not clear whether the self- castrator will regain full use of the unwanted appendage, or indeed whether he is happy about still having it.
To keep her hand alive, doctors temporarily attached the appendage it to her right calf.
The new findings are more than just an odd appendage to the rubber - hand illusion, though.
So political philosophy is not just some kind of strange historical appendage attached to the trunk of political science; it is constitutive of its deepest problems.
But he can still pick up small objects with fine motor control, thanks to a bionic appendage wired to his remaining nerves.
Even if corporate headquarters never leave Michigan, Detroit's GM seems destined to wind up as an appendage to a China -centric company.