- adj.各自的,每個的,每一 pron.各,各自,每個 adv.每個
- Once your shipment is in transit we track its progress and record each checkpoint in our databases.
- After a period of time the operation of the lever was taken over by a mechanical arm and each rat quickly learnt that the mere thought of using its limbs to operate the lever stifi resulted in access to the food.
- It takes each police officer involved in the sweeps an average of82minutes to catch one child playing truant and nearly two-thirds of children questioned were found not to be skipping school.
- Two specialized epidermal cells and a bipolar neuron are associated with each sensillum.
- A water bearer in india had two large pots each hung on each end of a pole which he carried across his neck.
- A person travelling westwards sets his watch behind at each successive time zone.
- In1935we planned to turn out each year during the coming ten through a program of universal military training approximately30000soldiers with five and a half months'basic experience.
- Top-ranking skill and service are the basis of each technician.
- One for each year of tribute.
- A trained health worker recorded the presence or absence of31clinical signs such as difficulty in feeding and lethargy and a paediatrician then assessed each case for severe illness.
- Someone with active tb must take medicine each day for six to nine months to halt progression of the disease.
- Slightly succulent perennial with basal leaves and hairy sticky stems each bearing a solitary flower head with narrow pink or lavender rays; coastal bluffs oregon to southern california.
- The preferred method is to apportion the risk to each pier and span component on the basis of its percentage value to the replacement cost of the structure in the central analysis area.
- A software flag by which processors in a multiprocessing system interrupt each other.
- A superimposed circuit derived from two suitably arranged pairs of wires called side circuits with each pair of wires being a circuit itself and at the same time acting as one conductor of the phantom circuit.