The museum reopened at more than twice its previous size, but the vast collection is arranged in a choppy, idiosyncratic way.
Millipedes – Yes, Millipedes – May Be Responsible for Australian Train Crash
Imagine hundreds of squishy millipedes swarming a train track, then let your imagination do the rest
- millipedes (複数形)
打帶跑（日語：ヒットエンドラン，英文：Hit and run），就是俗稱的打跑，棒球比賽中時常見到的一種戰術，為壘上跑者提前起跑，打者不論好壞球都配合揮棒擊球，可達到 ...
- Being or involving the driver of a motor vehicle who leaves the scene of an accident, especially one in which a pedestrian or another vehicle has been struck.
- Baseball. Relating to or being a play in which a base runner starts to run on the pitch and the batter attempts to hit the ball to protect the runner.
- Involving or designed for swift specific action or effect: "a day of hit-and-run disturbances by bands of dissident students" (Alfonso Narvaez).
(verb) Express or state indirectly.
The term "ladies" connotes females who are simultaneously put on a pedestal and patronized.
An architectural support or base, as for a column or statue.
A support or foundation.
A position of high regard or adoration.
tr.v., -taled, or -talled, -tal·ing, or -tal·ling, -tals, or -tals.
To place on or provide with a pedestal.
[Obsolete French, from Italian piedestallo : piè, foot (from Latin pēs; see pedi-) + di, of (from Latin dē; see de-) + stallo, stall (of Germanic origin).]
Pronunciation: /skwɪʃ /