Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; 英汉冶金大词典; Engineering Dictionary; CC-CEDICT; 英汉建筑大词典
If you were stranded on a desert island, what books would you want to have with you to read?
The mission contact in the Raynor mission strand is actually a cybernetic adjutant.
Both the strength and continued value of Snow's analysis lies in his advocacy that all societies, both rich and poor, should recognise and accept science as an important strand of their culture.
City officials say the bridge will fulfil locals ’ “age- old dream ”. No longer will commuters from Chongming be stranded by fog on the Yangzi, which often forces the cancellation of ferry services.
With research continuing into this strand of ancient history, it remains to be seen whether Pythagoras's theorem will come to bear the name of an old Babylonian scribe instead.
We stopped at London Bridge, a double- arched formation whose outer span collapsed in 1990, stranding a couple on the other side so that they had to be rescued by helicopter.
We were stranded at Heathrow Airport for hours until the airline found some ash hole to fly through.
That said the revolving cast of interesting people that I met while stranded in a backpacker hostel made the time fly far faster than it would have had I been on my own.
You might like to look at how these three strands play out in your life. Are they in balance?
Her minimal look extends to her jewellery, too - she rarely wears anything more than a simple strand of pearls or the plainest bangle.