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人民 (people的复数)

    Examples of peoples in a Sentence

  • 例句 people
    1. The hypnotizability of people varies.
    2. e.g. machines should do all the hard work, freeing people to think (hence the reference to Pollyanna)
    3. e.g. most of the world's major problems result from machines that fail to work, and people who fail to think.
    4. In the days of the early Christian church, people who opposed the veneration (reverence) of images were called iconoclasts.
    5. With its rolling landscapes, welcoming people, and peaceful serenity, the idylatry of the town was matched only by its isolation.
    6. Iftars can be social events, where people congregate to eat and socialize.
    7. Immobility is a big problem for many people who can't afford a car.
    8. Some people have better immunity to diseases than others.
    9. The press gang used to impress people into the Navy. ‎
    10. From its inception the agency has been helping people obtain and properly install car seats for children.
    11. The people following the coffin inclined their heads in grief. ‎
  • 例句 peoples
    1. The Mongol people were plagued by internecine conflict until Genghis Khan unified them and focused their aggression outwards on other peoples.
    2. The native peoples of Australia are called aborigines.
    3. In later centuries, the masses of European immigrants making footfall in New York’s streets saw the turbid, jostling, unprecedented mix of peoples, all striving to get ahead, and called the jitteringly new phenomenon “American.”
    4. Ecotourism serves the environment and improves the well-being of indigenous peoples, too.
    5. They are demonstrations in the literal sense: musterings of potential voters, beauty pageants of potential contributors, inventories of the ethnic loyalties that count most in a metropolitan area of a thousand intermingled peoples.
    6. Abraham alias Ibrahim is the progenitor of both the Jewish and Arab peoples.
    7. They are the three Transylvanian peoples collectively known under the syntagma of Unio Trium Nationum.
  • 例句 peopled
    1. Disaster strikes, and in the end goofy Saul Malone is left alone to discover the core world, which is peopled by molelike creatures whom he describes as “cockeyed copulators,” “drunk on fornication and cheap pineapple wine.”
    2. According to General Livingston's humorous account, his own village of Elizabethtown was not much more reliable, being peopled in those agitated times by unknown, unrecommended strangers, guilty-looking Tories, and very knavish Whigs. --Washington Irving.
  • 例句 peopling
    1. It would seem that the rise and progress of this Republic; the spread of our ocean commerce; the building of a thousand cities; the rush of the world to our shores; the peopling of our boundless plains; the rapid birth of new States into our Union; the triumph of our arms; our repeated accessions of territory; our maritime and commercial superiority; our foreign discoveries; our inventions in mechanism; our discoveries in science; the use of steam, and electricity; our statesmanship, and foreign diplomacy; a thousand miraculous incidents of individual enterprise and success; the discovery of gold, of silver, and iron; our internal improvements and meliorations; our national prestige; and finally, our greatness and glory as a nation,--ought to suffice for any reasonable conception of the marvellous, as they outstrip the more ignoble creations of fancy, and absolutely invade the former domain of fiction and romance.
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