• The head contains flower buds that are tightly closed and at least two leaves wrapping it.

    VOA: special.2010.03.09

  • The inner electrons are so tightly bound that they are for all intents and purposes, immobilized when it comes to reactivity.


    麻省理工公开课 - 固态化学导论课程节选

  • There may be some sort of metaphysical laws that tie the two things so tightly together that you'll never actually get one without the other.


    耶鲁公开课 - 死亡课程节选

  • To build the houses, he fills a wood frame with tightly packed bales of straw.

    VOA: special.2009.10.05

  • They are good electron donors because the electrons aren't tightly bound.


    麻省理工公开课 - 固态化学导论课程节选

  • said Ben,holding the bird tightly. "I just want you to get off my land."

    VOA: special.2010.03.20

  • The reason it's aluminum is because aluminum has a lower z effective, so it's not being pulled in as tightly by the nucleus, and if it's not being pulled in as tightly, you're going to have to put in less energy in order to ionize it, so that's why it's actually going to have the smaller ionization energy.


    麻省理工公开课 - 化学原理课程节选

  • It worked. He was able to repair the broken door so it shut tightly.

    VOA: special.2009.06.24

  • re not regulated tightly as ordinary banks would be I believe they have something, they have something like two billion dollar line of credit at the treasury.


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  • Also,make sure outerwear is made of material that is water resistant and tightly knit.

    VOA: special.2009.12.23

  • So the mind, the soul, and the body are obviously very tightly connected.


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  • "The development environment, the programming languages, some of the libraries that are used were things that Steve Jobs was very tightly connected to from the very beginning.

    VOA: special.2011.01.28

  • So, that means the electrons are tightly bound.


    麻省理工公开课 - 固态化学导论课程节选

  • Make sure outerwear is made of material that is water-resistant and tightly knit.

    VOA: special.2010.12.22

  • This tightly connected set of facts about us-- beliefs, desires, reasoning, strategizing, planning-- you need to appeal to a soul"-- so the argument goes--; "You need to appeal to a soul to explain that.


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  • The door of the spacecraft refused to shut tightly.

    VOA: special.2009.06.24

  • It makes a lot of sense when we look at it energetically, because if we think about a 1 s core electron, that's going to be held really, really tightly to the nucleus.


    麻省理工公开课 - 化学原理课程节选

  • After that, store them in a tightly closed container.

    VOA: special.2009.06.02

  • They're very deep and held very tightly to the nucleus, so we can often lump them together and instead of writing them all out separately, 3s1 we can just write the equivalent noble gas that has that configuration.


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  • The hands were tightly closed.

    VOA: special.2009.10.31

  • However,APEC leaders are expected to call for exchange rates to reflect market realities, apparently referring to the tightly controlled yuan.

    VOA: standard.2009.11.13

  • Woods spoke for more than 13 minutes in a tightly controlled setting that was covered live by the major television networks.

    VOA: standard.2010.02.19

  • Sri Lanka this year tightly controlled media coverage of fighting that led to the defeat of the rebel Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam.

    VOA: standard.2009.09.06

  • "This will wedge itself in so tightly and completely block the airway that within minutes, because of lack of oxygen, a child will die."

    VOA: standard.2010.02.23

  • Researchers adjusted their computer algorithm to the slower insulin absorption rate and on a repeat experiment blood glucose was tightly controlled in all of the subjects.

    VOA: standard.2010.04.15

  • "This is not part of the political process. The political process is very tightly controlled and the entry to the political stage is very tightly filtered and controlled by the Kremlin.

    VOA: standard.2010.06.10

  • He says,while the cattle industry has been tightly regulated, (that's not the case with the fishing industry.) "And when you're talking about a several thousand pound cow versus a bass, let alone a shrimp."

    VOA: standard.2010.05.27

  • The fast-paced sport of ice hockey is thrilling when there is a tightly-played contest, but that is not what spectators observed in each of the opening women's games contested by Canada and the United States.

    VOA: standard.2010.02.15

  • Access to a Caesarean section to relieve the pressure of obstructed labor is the most common way of preventing an unborn child from pressing so tightly in the birth canal that it cuts off blood flow to surrounding tissue.

    VOA: standard.2009.12.23

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