- in other words
that is to say
- adj.其他的,另外的,從前的 pron.其他的,他人,另外一個 adv.另外地,不同地
- That is to say, we must win this game.
- I am 22, that is to say, I was born in 1975.
- He's a local govern
- Both parties shall settle through mutual considerations all matters not mentioned in the subcontract it being understood that any such mutual consideration shall not affect the parties 'right to use arbitration mechanism provided under this subcontract.
- An axiom ofinsurance isindemnity.that sto say the insured cannotexpectto make a profitoutofthe insurance contract.
- At this time he first began the called aurelius instead of annius 34since according to the law of adoption he had passed into the aurelian family that is into the family of antoninus.
- But as soon as a limitation becomes practically operative; as soon as there is not so much of the thing to be had as would be appropriated and used if it could be obtained for asking; the ownership or use of the natural agent acquires an exchangeable value.
- When the closed circuit is broken at any point-that is when the path of conducting material is interrupted-there will be no current.
- When a compensable long-running process is completed abnormally that is the fault handler of a process is navigated process compensation is started.
- For active lyme infection to occur in dog or man b.burgdorferi requires an intermediate host; that is the disease cannot be directly transmitted from one host to another through contact with infected body secretions such as blood saliva urine etc.
- F has a fine structure i.e.detail on arbitrarily small scales.
- In singapore for example a govern-ment bond maturing in2004with a cou-pon of3.5% will currently yield about3.4%. This is to say for every s$ 100of face value the bond is currently selling for s$ 100.50 so that the annual coupon ofs$ 3.50is worth about3.4% of the actual price.
- Rule twenty-one-if there are many equations of this sort they should all be reduced to a single one viz.to the equation whose terms occupy fewer places in the series of magnitudes which are in continued proportion i.e.the series in which the order of the terms is to be arranged.
- In rowing the rower sits against the direction of the boat that is with his back toward the finishing line while the canoeist or the kayaker faces the finishing line.
- A bedding fault is one which the fault plane is parallel to the bedding. A dip fault strikes essentially parallel to the direction of dip of the adjacent beds that is to say its strike is perpendicular to the strike of the adjacent beds.