- 美[ welz]
- n.泉( well的名词复数 ); 源泉;
He rejoined Sadler's Wells Royal Ballet as Assistant Administrator in 1988.
The aquifer which had once fed the wells was pronounced dry.
Wells was well aware of the precariousness of human life.
The beer is brewed at the Charles Wells Brewery.
Villagers still have to draw their water from wells.
About 650 wells are on fire.
The long drought dried up all the wells.
Wells was supposed to put up half the money, but later backed out.
Environmentalists say that diverting water from the river will lower the water table and dry out wells.
To harvest oil and gas profitably from the North Sea, it must focus on the exploitation of small reserves as the big wells run dry.
It shows good application future in high viscid oil wells and sand product.
The number of wells is a fair indicator of the demand for water.
Ground water is usually removed by man through wells.
He told me which wells were usable along the road.
Most plants are provided with hoist wells for handling parts.
Early models often failed to withstand crashes, however, so in 1965 the device was completely redesigned and moved to the rear of the plane – the area least subject to impact – from its original position in the landing wells (起落架舱).
Well before the arrival of freezers, there was a demand for ice for food preservation and catering, malcolm will explain the history of importing natural ice and the technology of building ice wells, and how London's ice trade grew.
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1. prolific English writer best known for his science-fiction novels; he also wrote on contemporary social problems and wrote popular accounts of history and science (1866-1946)