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to promise / to undertake to do something / commitment
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to consent / to promise / (literary) yes!
dominoes
snooker (loanword)
Reynolds (name) / Renault (French car company) / Reno, Nevada
Nokia (company name)
Nobel (Prize)
Nobel Prize
promise
Snow (name) / Edgar Snow (1905-1972), American journalist, reported from China 1928-1941, author of Red Star Over China
Noah
Normandy, France
domino (loanword)
Krasnodar (city in Russia)
promise / pledge
Nottingham (city in England)
Nobel Prize / abbr. for 諾貝爾獎|诺贝尔奖
cappuccino (loanword)
Arnold (name) / refers to Arnold Schwarzenegger 阿諾·施瓦辛格|阿诺·施瓦辛格
Hanover
Nobel Prize in Literature
Illinois, US state
Pinot noir (grape type)
Brno, city in Czech Republic
Noether (name) / Emmy Noether (1882-1935), famous German female algebraist / Noetherian (math.)
San Marino
Grenoble (French town)
to promise / to consent (to do sth)
Edward Snowden (1983-), American surveillance program whistleblower
Norfolk Island
cappuccino (loanword)
Romano (name)
Illinois, US state
quinolone (a hydroxylated quinoline, inhibiting the replication of bacterial DNA)
Gounod (name) / Charles Gounod (1818-1893), French musician and opera composer
Pinot gris (grape type) / Pinot grigio
Shimano (brand)
Reynolds number (ratio of inertial forces to viscous forces in fluid mechanics)
a promise worth one thousand in gold (idiom); a promise that must be kept
Illinois, US state
Nobel Prize in Physics
norovirus
Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina
Romano (name)
Yanoda, a rainforest in southern Hainan
Quentin Tarantino (1963-), American film director
Giacomo Casanova (1725-1798), Italian adventurer known for womanizing
Neumann (surname) / John von Neumann (1903-1957), Hungarian-born American mathematician and polymath
Arnold Schwarzenegger (1947-), US actor and politician, governor of California 2003-2011 / also written 阿諾德·施瓦辛格|阿诺德·施瓦辛格
a promise that can be realized
Nobel Peace Prize
El Niño, equatorial climate variation in the Pacific
Ray Romano (1957-), US actor and comedian
Chernobyl
General Augusto Pinochet (1915-2006), Chilean dictator
Juneau, capital of Alaska / Juno, Roman goddess of marriage
norovirus (Tw)
Northrop Grumman (aerospace arm of Boeing)
Uno (card game)
Illinois, US state
to be a yes-man
Cronus (Titan of Greek mythology)
Novgorod, city in Russia
Edgar Snow (1905-1972), American journalist, reported from China 1928-1941, author of Red Star Over China
(Andrei) Sakharov
Normandy, France
Arnold Schwarzenegger (1947-), US actor and politician, governor of California 2003-2011
Knossos (Minoan palace at Iraklion, Crete)
old promises / unfulfilled promises
to promise / to agree to do sth
Renoir (name) / Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919), French impressionist painter
Normans (people)
luminol (chemistry) (loanword)
János (Hungarian name)
Pinot noir (grape type)
San Marino (Tw)
Mikhail Lomonosov (1711-1765), Russian polymath and writer
El Niño effect, equatorial climatic variation over the Pacific Ocean
one command brings a hundred responses (idiom); having hundreds of attendants at one's beck and call
Nottinghamshire (English county)
Jinuo ethnic group
Baruch or Benedict Spinoza (1632-1677), rationalist philosopher
Kraskino town in Primorsky Krai, Russia, close to the North Korean border
Quirinius, governor of Syria (c. 51 BC - AD 21)
Nauru, island country in the southwestern Pacific (Tw)
Krasnoyarsk
Mikhail Vasilyevich Lomonosov (1711-1765), famous Russian chemist and polymath
(Jean-Michel) Severino, CEO of the Agence Française de Développement (AFD)
Rivne (or Rovno), city in western Ukraine / Rivne (Oblast)
Chuck Norris (1940-), American martial artist and actor
surname Adorno / Theodor Ludwig Wiesengrund Adorno 狄奧多·阿多諾|狄奥多·阿多诺 (1903-1969), German sociologist, philosopher, musicologist, and composer
a promise worth one thousand in gold (idiom); a promise that must be kept
the Norman conquest of England (1066)
Norman (people)
Nomex (brand)
Minoan (civilization on Crete)
consent
Plotinus (204-270), Neoplatonism philosopher
Noam Chomsky (American linguist and political activist)
Sandinista National Liberation Front

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