- n. 蜂蜜酒；草地
- n. （Mead）人名；（英）米德
1.Initially, Mead and his colleagues thought that because the variant had never been seen before, it must have damaging rather than beneficial effects.
2.The city's main source is Lake Mead, which supplies 85% of the water used in the Las Vegas Valley.
3."Tis garlic!" And I thought there wasn't a blade left in that mead! '!
4.STANDING on the Hoover Dam and looking upstream at Lake Mead, America's largest reservoir, the visitor notices a wide, white band ringing the cliffs.
5.The study was funded by Mead Johnson Nutrition.
6.Here's where you can tune in: Jonathan Mead and Jun Loayza Live Webcast.
7.The word "honeymoon" got its name from mead, an alcoholic beverage made from honey, which was given to the happy couple.
8.For example, the Hoover Dam area experienced hundreds of quakes as Lake Mead filled.