- n. 一卷羊皮纸
- n. （Pell）人名；（英、法、俄、意）佩尔
1.The most frightful thoughts rushed pell-mell through his mind.
2.Pell equation and its solution are introduced and also some theorems about minimum solutions of Pell equation are given out.
3.The money saved will help expand and strengthen the federal Pell Grant program.
4.I open the fan, hoping to get narcotization in the zephyr. The breeze blows my sad hair which pell-mell rubs my head, just as the feeling of my heart.
5.The defeated soldiers retreated pell-mell.
6.His deputy, Harvey Pell (Lloyd Bridges) resigns, because he wants the glory of facing Frank Miller for himself.
7.And if Mr. Pell, 49, is axed following a takeover, he would be in line to collect a golden handshake of $1 million.
8.Mr. Pell huddled in a corner with his notebook on his knees.