- 名词 (Noun)BFpersonPLpeoplePREPerso-
- Pookie: "They call it the "Enterprise Room", man, because it's for people who wanna be beamed up to Scotty."
- Rich countries are backsliding on their commitment to agree to new WTO measures to help people in poor countries gain access to affordable medicines. — Oxfam press release, 24 June 2002
- I can’t stand when people don’t read the instructions. I can’t stand him.
- People also come in full of misgivings about "overwinding" their watches. "You can't overwind a watch - you can only underwind it," said McKelvey.
- People do that sort of thing every day, without ever stopping to reflect on the consequences.
- People would place themselves so as to expose the more expressive left hemiface to the partner or/and[sic] to use the more efficient left visual field to observe the partner.
- He says that a 30 storey farmscraper could provide fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, poultry – and clean water – for 50,000 people.
- In short, modern Conservative economics produces very unconservative people.
- This definitely speaks to the fact that at Georgetown, beginning at the admissions process, you're not a number but a real person.
Definition of persons in English Dictionary
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