• (SAYING) But Ochoa admits that continued oil revenues, even if insufficient to cover mounting government expenditures, will allow President Chavez to put off, any day of reckoning that may loom ahead.

    VOA: standard.2010.08.06

  • And then you realize that you've put on your most expensive pair of shoes this mooring, and if you stop to take them off, it might be too late and the child might drown.


    普林斯顿公开课 - 人性课程节选

  • And then you, you put it off to the next day and to the next day.


    主修古典文学 - SpeakingMax英语口语达人

  • They're start off by frying potatoes, then put the remaining oil into this system to be converted into useable energy.

    VOA: standard.2010.04.25

  • So from that point on it'll be exam 2 material, so depending on how you like to come compartmentalize your information, you can separate that in your brain in terms of what you're trying to learn right now versus what you can put off until a little bit later.


    麻省理工公开课 - 化学原理课程节选

  • Larry Scott now uses a wheel chair. He put off going to the hospital after a heart attack because he was worried about money.

    VOA: standard.2010.04.18

  • To start that off, let's put up some possible payoffs for the game.


    耶鲁公开课 - 博弈论课程节选

  • He wrote once that, "The chief thing is to know your duties and our edicts by heart and not put off things until tomorrow, like his son did.


    耶鲁公开课 - 欧洲文明课程节选

  • With that in mind, I want to point up to the two quotations that I put on the board to start us off today: "I like his eyes.


    耶鲁公开课 - 1945年后的美国小说课程节选

  • for exam 2, you still need to know and understand everything you learned in exam 1, but you can put off learning it completely until we get through, at least, next Wednesday before we start maybe spending time on these concepts outside of class.


    麻省理工公开课 - 化学原理课程节选

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