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flat / open-hearted / level / smooth
tank (military vehicle) (loanword)
Pakistan
Kazakhstan
Tanzania
Stanford (University)
Uzbekistan
to say candidly / to acknowledge frankly
Albert Einstein (1879-1955), German-born theoretical physicist
Kyrgyzstan
level / even / smooth / flat
HSK 6
Tajikistan
Palestine
Stanford University
calm / undisturbed
candid / frank / plain dealing
honest / forthcoming / to confess
HSK 6
Turkmenistan
highway / level road
Istanbul, Turkey
frank (discussion) / blunt / open
HSK 5
anti-tank
RMS Titanic, British passenger liner that sank in 1912
magnanimous / broad and level
comfortable / at ease
to confess / to admit / to come clean / calmly
Stanley (name)
Jotham (son of Uzziah)
Hindustan
Stein (name) / Marc Aurel Stein (1862-1943), British adventurer and archaeologist who explorer Xinjiang in early 20th century
Titan (race of deities in Greek mythology, moon of Saturn etc)
Santander, capital of Spanish autonomous region Cantabria 坎塔布里亞|坎塔布里亚
tank (armored vehicle)
Potsdam, near Berlin, Germany
Kyrgyzstan
Constantinople, capital of Byzantium
Wittgenstein (name)
smoothly / as one expects
to trust one another fully / to treat sb with sincerity
to reveal / to confess
Tampere (Swedish Tammerfors), Finland's second city
Istanbul (Tw)
open and candid (idiom); not hiding anything / ingenuous / openhearted / unselfish / magnanimous / broad-minded
Stanton (name)
piracetam (loanword) / see 乙酰胺吡咯烷酮
Tutankhamen, king of ancient Egypt 1333-1323 BC
Bantustan
Tanzania (Tw)
open and candid (idiom); not hiding anything / ingenuous / openhearted / unselfish / magnanimous / broad-minded
Potsdam Declaration
Yucatan Peninsula (Mexico)
Hantavirus (a family deadly rodent-borne viruses) responsible for hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome or cardiopulmonary syndrome
Rajasthan (state in India)
Palestinian National Authority
Potsdam conference, July-August 1945, between Truman, Stalin and British prime ministers Churchill and Attlee
John Steinbeck (1902-1968), US novelist
good people are at peace with themselves, (but) there is no rest for the wicked
Kurdistan
East Turkestan / historical term for Xinjiang
carbocysteine
Turkestan
Turkestan
Tanganyika on continent of West Africa, one component of Tanzania
remain calm and undaunted
Tutankhamen, king of ancient Egypt 1333-1323 BC
Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO)
East Turkestan Islamic Movement (ETIM)
Stanford (name) / Stanford University, Palo Alto, California
Lake Tanganyika in East Africa
Stanford University, Palo Alto, California
Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine
Batan Islands in Bashi Channel between Taiwan and the Philippines
East Turkestan Liberation Organization (ETLO), Xinjiang dissident group
Stamford Raffles (1781-1826), British statesman and founder of the city of Singapore
Uzbekistan
Konstanz (Germany)
The path of learning can never be smooth. / There is no royal road to learning. (idiom)
Kurdistan
Constanta (city in Romania)
Dianne Feinstein (1933-), US Senator from California
Manhattan island / Manhattan borough of New York City / also written 曼哈頓|曼哈顿
Yucatan (Mexican province)
Potsdam, Germany
Tambora, volcano on Indonesian island of Sumbawa 松巴哇, whose 1815 eruption is greatest in recorded history
Brittany (France) / Bretagne


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