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Dane 丹麦

来自Proto-Germanic*den, 低地。因丹麦低地地形而得名。

Dane (n.)
"native of Denmark," from Danish Daner (replacing Old English Dene (plural)); used in Old English of Northmen generally. Perhaps ultimately from a source related to Old High German tanar "sand bank," in reference to their homeland; or from Proto-Germanic *den- "low ground," for the same reason.

Applied 1774 to a breed of large dogs. Danegeld not known by that name in Old English, or until 1086, long after the end of the Viking depredations. Supposedly originally a tax to pay for protection from the Northmen (either to outfit defensive armies or to buy peace). Danelaw (c.1050) was the Danish law in force over that large part of England under Viking rule after c.878; the application to the land itself is modern (1837).
1. However, Pre - S 1 is located on Dane granule and is a reliable indicator of replication.
但 Pre -S1存在于Dane颗粒上,是复制的可靠标识.


2. The whole HBV particle is Dane particle, and it is a 42 nm global particle.
完整的HBV颗粒为42nm大小的球形颗粒, 即Dane颗粒.


3. The antibody against Dane particles wasdetected in sera of 2 acute hepatitis cases.


4. She poured some water into a plastic bowl. Faust, her Great Dane, lapped it up with relish.


5. Meggie would enrich the postal service with letters every day, at least to Dane.
麦琪,每天都会用信来使邮局赚到一点钱的, 至少要写给丹尼.


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