来自Mason-Dixon Line, 美国内战时南美分界线，来自其绘制者Charles Mason和Jeremiah Dixon.
- Dixie (n.)
- 1859, first attested in the song of that name, which was popularized, if not written, by Ohio-born U.S. minstrel musician and songwriter Dan Emmett (1815-1904); perhaps a reference to the Mason-Dixon Line, but there are other well-publicized theories dating back to the Civil War. Popularized nationwide in minstrel shows. Dixieland style of jazz developed in New Orleans c. 1910, so called from 1919.
- 1. And the orchestra crashed into that best of all reel tunes , " Dixie. "
- 于是乐队哗地一声奏起了最美妙的舞曲《迪克西 》.
- 2. I was just so happy to have Winn - Dixie with me.
- 3. Don't you think we should have a party, Winn - Dixie ?
- 你不觉得我们该开个舞会么, 威戴西?
- 4. PP 333 promote callus induction of ttiree kinds of varieties except Dixie Green.
- 5. P 333 promoted callus induction of three cultivars other than Dixie Green.
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