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  • 문장 bear
    1. Three of us--two biologists and I--were crouched behind a huge boulder at the water's edge and staring agape as the largest bear I ever saw came toward us
    2. Weevil larvae are apodous; in contrast, most scarab larvae bear six hooklike legs.
    3. to bay the bear
    4. The great bear market starting in 1929 scared a whole generation of investors.
    5. to bear a railroad stock
    6. to bear the market
    7. the right to bear arms
    8. I would never move to Texas—I can't bear heat.
    9. Please bear with me as I try to find the book you need.
    10. to bring matters to bear
    11. How does this bear on the question?
    12. It's a cross I must bear.
  • 문장 bore
    1. to bore for water or oil
    2. An insect bores into a tree.
    3. to bore a steam cylinder or a gun barrel; to bore a hole
    4. to bore one's way through a crowd
    5. This timber does not bore well.
    6. Unfortunately, poor areas such as those in New Orleans bore the brunt of Hurricane Katrina's winds.
    7. That bore thee at a burden two fair sons
    8. His championship of civil rights eventually bore fruit.
    9. A youth, that, following with a costrel, bore / The means of goodly welcome, flesh and wine. — Tennyson.
    10. His steadfast cultivation of their relationship finally bore fruit.
    11. His long nights in the office eventually bore fruit when his business boomed and he was given a raise.
  • 문장 bare
    1. The landscapers rolled sod onto the bare earth and made a presentable lawn by nightfall.
    2. The man was so heavily tattooed that it was almost impossible to find any bare skin whatever on his body.
    3. He had only been taught the bare bones of the system, but carried on regardless.
    4. Jones bare hands the bunt and throws to first ... out!
    5. In "on sale", "sale" is a bare noun.
    6. Even in the posthippie era, no Chicago territory could be claimed for bare-ass beachgoing.
    7. Bare benting times [ …] may come. — Dryden.
  • 문장 born
    1. She says that she was born under a favorable star.
    2. She says that she was born under a favourable star.
    3. [T]he pleasure of writing on wax with a stylus is exemplified by the fine, flowing hand of a Roman scribe who made out the birth certificate of Herennia Gemella, born March 128 AD.
    4. Donald Fagen and Walter Becker seem like the kind of late-1960s hypercerebral born-cynical East Coast hipsters who are often found valorizing authenticity in aesthetic expression.
    5. With rain lashing across the ground at kick-off and every man in Auckland seemingly either English-born or supporting Scotland, Eden Park was transformed into Murrayfield in March.
    6. Thus was born the notion of presenting operetta in liedlike terms.
    7. She was as naked as the day she was born.
    8. new-born, new-formed, new-found, new-mown
    9. The odd and curious is born good and pure. The society corrupts.
  • 문장 bears
    1. Whatever a man really is , he is so esteemed and named by Goethe in Faust, quite disregardless of any conventional titles or obloquys he bears.
    2. A panel of architects who might loosely be described as the local athenaeum of their profession are awaiting, anxiously, the next edition of the bimonthly journal that bears their names.
    3. Any insufficient tax payable bears interest on the amount of the disparency at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum from April 30th to the time of payment.
    4. Apart from genetics the mesology bears a great influence on the physical body.
    5. Bears are omnivores, they can eat plants but they also eat fish.
    6. In case you're wondering, that extra, 3rd dimension they're going to be adding to the bears is going to be made entirely out of neon, sunglasses, and highlights for the fur of Mama and Sister. Basically, it's Poochie-fication of the Berenstain Bears.
  • 문장 borne
    1. In the nineteenth century, 1811 to be exact, the jeers were unrove after the yard was slung, the weight of the yard being borne by chain slings. The jeers used then were a treble block lashed to the mast head through a hole in the center of the top
    2. No man has been at greater straits than I, and has borne more pinching poverty and hardship; but nobody can say of me that, if I had a guinea, I was not free-handed with it, and did not spend it as well as a lord could do.
    3. For blood vessel-borne metastasis, disseminated tumor cells (DTCs) intravasate into blood vessels and survive in the circulation.
    4. They are characterized by hyaline, ellipsoid, oblong, reniform, allantoid to suballantoid conidia borne on a single locus on monophialidic conidiogenous cells.
    5. If climate-change predictions that involve an increase of temperature together with reductions in precipitation are borne out, the result will be a severe reduction of suitable areas for mallines in NW Patagonia [11 ,12 ].
    6. In teleosts, spleen is an important haematopoietic organ where melanomacrophages phagocytise and detain blood-borne antigens for a long period of time [43 ].
    7. The apertures of the tympanic membrane and the subtympanic foramen were selected as reasonable vectors for air-borne sound energy, and the surface areas of these apertures (A x ) were measured.
  • 문장 bearing
    1. Some years later, this “obscure quack” attained permanent nonobscurity when the procedure bearing his name became world famous, saving many lives.
    2. The tooth-bearing portion of the lower jaws are short so that the postcoronoid portion is longer than the precoronoid one.
    3. Operculum ( Op ) broad, longer than the bursa, distally narrowing into a rounded apical process bearing ca. 10 setae, anterior surface subdistally with shallow concavity ( C ).
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