1. The woman clung to a pillar in the foyer for a moment, and said in a trembling voice.
2. Why do we follow such a principle? This is unbearable.
3. Soon, we'd have an overpopulated society, just like before.
4. You would hear babies crying loudly from every open window, and parks would be filled with uneducated, mischievous kids.
5. There's never been even a rumor of favoritism at the agency.
6. We do not differentiate elderly people from children.
7. The right to live and the duty to die are conferred uniformly.
8. The woman nodded feebly.
9. I hid behind the wall, took out a small laser gun from the inside pocket of my jacket, and undid the safety catch.
10. As I waited for the opportune moment to pull the trigger, a horsefly suddenly appeared.
11. Its soft hum filled the short, empty wait.
1. cling / V to stick onto something or hold someone tightly
pillar / N a strong column made of stone, metal or wood
foyer / N a opened area where is in a hotel or this kind of building. Similar to front or lobby
tremble / V to shake slightly because of the fear, emotion or cold
2. unbearable / ADJ too hard to accept because the unpleasantness
3. overpopulated / ADJ the state that the city or country have tremendous population
4. mischievous / ADJ to behave a hiralious and bad way that usually little boys do but it is not intended to hurt someone
5. favoritism / N an unfair support that is often for one person or one group by someone or an organization
6. differentiate / V to recognize the difference between two things
7. confer / V to discuss something
uniformly / ADV in a way that is the same everywhere or for everyone
8. feebly / ADV in a way that is no power or enegy
9. undo / V to unfasten something that was fastened or tied
10. opportune / ADJ the right time for something like producing success to happen
11. hum / V to make a continuous deep sound