【成语拼音】：[ àn tú suǒ jì ]
【英语翻译】：look for a noble steed to correspond with the one drawn; look for a steed with the aid of its picture -- try to locate sth. by following up a clue; follow up a clue to find sth.; follow up a lead to solve a problem; locate sth. by a plan or chart; search
The assessment and review described in the paper not only provides the convenience for readers, but also expresses the author's point of view.
The Michelin Guide, like Ariadne's thread, enables tourists to locate the best restaurants easily.
When the prescribed order life gradually fades human miraculous brightness, here life needs myth salvage and redeem.
So, the front-lines teachers can look for a steed with the aid of its pictures, choosing a series of methods for teaching objectives and contents.
The Valukas report sheds a huge spotlight on potential accounting and risk management problems at Lehman and is a potential roadmap for regulators looking to prevent another Lehman-like collapse.
Of these innumerable people, how many have read the novel by starting with a perusal of the critics 'articles and allowing themselves to be led by the nose by the critics as to how to read the novel?
The schoolmaster went his way, brooding and brooding, and a sense of being vanquished in a struggle might have been pieced out of his worried face.
This not only clarifies the complex relationship of price transmission, but can also deduce the market characteristics of each industry as well as their impact on price transmission.