＊To see the problem here more clearly, let's look at a different
biological system, say, an acorn.
＊Someone with, say, between 300 and 500 acres could be losing
thousands of pounds a year.
2. now as in ... の用例：
＊Now, as in 1942 when America came under attack, the
resulting emotions are: anger, hate, vengeance and patriotism.
＊Now, as in the past, Nicaragua is an exceptionally hospitable
country where Spanish students and eco-travelers can feel
accepted as part of the community
＊Now, as in 1991, the University is blessed with a truly
committed, energetic and talented faculty and staff.
3. from A to B to C の用例：
＊Only 6 percent of the four-year college students play
varsity anything - from football to water polo to golf.
＊The inexpensive device could help usher in a new generation
of connected home appliances, from VCRs to coffee makers
to small cameras, controlled over the Internet from almost
＊Among music awards, it's the biggest and the brightest,
boasting 95 categories from rock to roots and pop to polka.
＊The 57-year-old musical mastermind who has produced
everyone from Lesley Gore to Frank Sinatra to Count Basie
to Michael Jackson took six awards for his eclectic album
Back on the Block.
＊The problem with drugs - and that includes everything
from alcohol to cocaine to crack to LSD - is that they
＊Those are tiny silicon chips found in everything from
computers to car dashboard displays to microwave ovens.
＊... Gil Gerard as a surgeon who's been everywhere from
Vietnam to Bhopal to Chernobyl.
＊Her remarkable range extends from Mozart to Verdi to Wagner.