Sources: 英汉公共大词典; Law Dictionary
Will make the effort to degrade his somewhat utopian intestine in order to acclimatize in our society.
Since burstion interference in ADSL environment can degrade system performance, we can adopt RS code to improve system performance.
Devine and agronomist James McMurtrey found evidence for this two years ago, in a study showing that naturally occurring soil microbes degraded some soybean stalks more rapidly than others.
This causes degraded performance as increasing amounts of time and bandwidth are absorbed in maintaining consistency of session backups across the cluster rather than processing user requests.
Such a barbarous country is of no importance to me, particularly since it had degraded me by making me become a spy.
And it provided such an effective binder for silicon nanoparticles that the system didn’t degrade.
The general concept of biotechnological use of soil micro- organisms to degrade recalcitrant molecules is much older and widely exploited.
And the components and content of oil have all changed: some of hydrocarbons with the higher boiling point are degraded into low -carbon hydrocarbons with low boiling point.
Or if I can put the case for them slightly anachronistically, these are two sons of the upper bourgeois who feel degraded by the mendacity and hypocrisy of the world they see around them.
Even if your descendants found a machine that can play back antiquated formats, the quality of video stored on magnetic tape will degrade over time, rendering your last words unwatchable.