- adv.在前,以前 prep.在...之前 conj.在...之前,与其...宁可
- I was mossad long before tali's death.
- Windows98does not support this version of stacker.you must uninstall stacker before running setup.
- I.any corporate bond applying for being listed in this bourse after the bonds transactions rules comes into force shall be registered under the holder's securities account in shanghai securities market before listing.after it is listed for transactions an investor or member shall report the securities account when making the transaction reporting and this bourse will exercise front terminal control over the tradable bond balance in the securities account.
- Once the existence of this wavelength had been discovered it was not long before its use as the uniquely recognizable broadcasting frequency for interstellar communication was suggested.
- Once the existence of this wave-length had been discovered it was not long before its use as the uniquely recognizable broadcasting frequency for interstellar communication was suggested.
- A fine perspective opened out before us.
- The mind of a person who has been badly taught must be borne a tabula rasa before he can learn anything properly.
- He saw before him an officer delegated to enforce the law and perfectly well knew that it would be as unavailing to seek pity from a magistrate decked with his official scarf as to address a petition to some cold marble effigy.
- An aquarium is a picture window of the underwater world. A piece of the universe where great things happen-birth life and death; mating and feeding before our eyes.
- An emergency radio beacon helped rescue three climbers on mount hood and a big dog kept them warm.the group endured a foul and a cold night before being found.
- We're able to make jokes and aren't as overly sensitive as before said jonathan raviv a senior school student.
- All the work must be discussed and decided upon by the party before being carried out by the rank and file.
- All fixed fast-frozen relations with their train of ancient and venerable prejudices and opinions are swept away all new-formed ones become antiquated before they can ossify.
- A young woman of a modest and pleasing guise was standing before a show window gazing with sprightly interest at its display of shaving-mugs and inkstands and two yards from the window a large policeman of severe demeanour leaned against a waterplug.
- A water bird startled into flight rose up wildly before disappearing into the shadows.