Constant Dropping Wears The Stone
opping Wears The Stone
There was an accident
that a steel pole of traffic light fell over this February.
The pole was 6.5 meters tall and it was supposed to last 50 years but it had been only 23 years since it was built.
The police investigated, and f
ind out that there was 42 times the amount of urea at the root compared with another one.
Careful to align verb tenses.
Root is used for living things, base for non-living things
It seems that dogs pissed
at the pole again and again during dog-walking, and it caused corrosion.
It was lucky no one (
and dogs too) got hurt.
This accident reminded me of
one story ; a prisoner patiently dr opped miso soup on the handcuff and the door of his prison cell for a long period of time, and finally broke out.
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