A : Do you know anyone in the public relations department at Almeria?
B : Yeah. What’s up?
A : Can you give me their phone number? I need to find a company to work with for this new project.
B : No problem.
A : 請問你是不是有認識A公司公關部的人？
B : 是呀，怎麼了？
A : 可不可請你給我對方的電話，我有一個新案子，要找合作廠商。
B : 沒問題。
Stonehenge, a Neolithic wonder in southern England, has vexed historians and archaeologists for centuries with its many mysteries: How was it built? What purpose did it serve? Where did its towering sandstone boulders come from? That last question may finally have an answer after a study published on July 29 found that most of the giant stones — known as sarsens — seem to share a common origin 25km away in West Woods, an area that teemed with prehistoric activity. The finding boosts the theory that the megaliths were brought to Stonehenge about the same time: around 2,500 BC, the monument’s second
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