- n.鞍,鞍状物 v.承受
- The upper front part of a saddle; a saddlebow.
- Hastily brushing the thistles from its coat he laid the leather saddle on its back
- He swung himself into the saddle.
- She put the saddle on the horse's back.
- Unable to pull it out she dug away the sand and was alarmed to find a dead horse beneath the saddle.
- A small saddle horse or pony.
- A control method is presented where least square arc approximation and timed interpolation are employed.using it the number of segments of fitted curves is made minimum while the accuracy is guaranteed so that data transmission between cad and cnc systems is decreased and setted feeding rate can be realized.this method has already success fully been used for flame cutting and controlling saddle-backed curve for pipe connection when feeding rate is required to be higher.
- I was surprised to witness how coolly the child gathered himself up and went on with his intention; exchanging saddles and all and then sitting down on a bundle of hay to overcome the qualm which the violent blow occasioned before he entered the house.
- Do I unsaddle my own horse?
- We got the order to saddle up just after dawn.
- A high pommel of a saddle.
- Checking the postmaster who was for turning his horse's head to the yard the drunken patriot sat composedly in his saddle looking on with the line round his wrist darnay said as soon as he could make his voice heard:
- In broad strokes a system is advanced along a series of minimum energy configurations which are all separated from one another by one first order saddle point.
- He was not in doubt as to the result: as he told a crowd at the huge saddleback church in lake forest california where he is pastor he has remained faithful to his wife for three decades.
- Saddle up! It's time we were off!