- n.阁楼,顶楼,[解剖](耳的)鼓室上的隐窝 adj.(古希腊)雅典(Athens)的
- In the heroic age the four tribes of the athenians were still settled in attica in separate territories;
- Let's clear away the rubbish in the attic.
- Some fine mansions here and there made magnificent outlines against the picturesque attics of the left bank.the house of nevers the house of rome the house of reims which have disappeared; the hotel de cluny which still exists for the consolation of the artist and whose tower was so stupidly deprived of its crown a few years ago.
- Compared positive with negative vindicate mother country gather into one with attic faith.
- In all these21patients the lateral wall of attic was reconstructed with the cartilage of tragus.the perichondrium of the cartilage was used to repair the perforation in the non-vibrans membrane.
- A fall in the post-superior wall of the external auditory can befound under two conditions: one is the cholesteatoma passing through theposterior wall of the external auditory canal from the mastoid the otheris the attic cholesteatoma passing through the incisura tympanic from thedestroyed laternal bone wall of the attic.
- Healing of the lateral wall of attic and the tympanic membrane and recovery of hearing level were investigated after the operation.
- Result: the follow-up period lasted1year to5years.healing of the lateral wall of attic and the tympanic membrane were satisfying in all21patients.
- Conclusion attic type composting latrine is a latrine mode of aerobiotic ferment which makes pathogen and ascarid eggs of night soil inactivate to attain the requirements of sanitary standard for the non-hazardous treatment of night soil.
- Romantic treetop view attic ioft hardwood fioors.
- No one lives in that spidery attic.
- So to quaint old greenwich village the art people soon came prowling hunting for north windows and eighteenth-century gables and dutch attics and low rents.
- I waited on tenterhooks for uncle jack to tell atticus my side of it.
- Greek language and literature from the middle of the eighth century b.c.to the end of the third century a.d. especially the attic greek of the fifth and fourth centuries b.c..
- The banker and lucie were taken to an attic where a haggard white-haired man sat on a low bench making shoes a wreck of a man oblivious of all around him.