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family love and joy / domestic bliss
HSK 6
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human relationship / order / coherence
London, capital of United Kingdom
Toronto, capital of Ontario, Canada
ethics
incest / immorality / depravity / fornication
Colombia / Columbia (District of, or University etc)
Jay Chou (1979-), Taiwanese pop star
(of a relationship) improper (adulterous, incestuous, teacher-student etc) / unseemly
Aaron (name) / Yaren, capital of Nauru
Florence, city in Italy (Tw)
Babylon
Lawrence (city in Kansas, USA)
incomparable
Eric Chu (1961-), Taiwanese KMT politician
Aalen, town in Germany
harem pants (loanword)
Hailun county level city in Suihua 綏化|绥化, Heilongjiang / Helen or Hélène (name)
Cristóbal Colón or Christopher Columbus (1451-1506) / Columbus, capital of Ohio
Lawrence (person name)
Columbia University
Kulun, the former name for modern Ulan Bator, capital of Mongolia (Mongolian: temple)
enclosed pasture (Mongolian loanword)
Nürnberg or Nuremberg, town in Bavaria, Germany
family bonds / ethical family relations
Cai Lun (-121), the inventor of the papermaking process
outstanding / peerless / beyond compare
ethics
out of place / inappropriate / incongruous
rumba (loanword)
incoherent speech / to talk without rhyme or reason (idiom)
Dylan
Warren (name)
District of Columbia, USA
Florence, city in Italy
George Byron (1788-1824), English poet
British Columbia, Pacific province of Canada
London Stock Exchange (LSE)
Duolun county in Xilin Gol league 錫林郭勒盟|锡林郭勒盟, Inner Mongolia
Hulunbuir prefecture-level city in Inner Mongolia
Chamberlain (name) / Wilt Chamberlain (1936-1999), US basketball player
Colombo, capital of Sri Lanka (Tw)
Cameron (name)
Magellan (1480-1521), Portuguese explorer
University College, London
to strengthen moral ties between people / to have sexual intercourse (of a married couple)
proper human relationships
British Columbia, Pacific province of Canada
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)
Colombo, capital of Sri Lanka
Greater London / London region, England
Toulon (city in France)
Irun (city in Basque region of Spain)
Hulunbuir prefecture-level city in Inner Mongolia
ancient Babylon
the five Confucian relationships (ruler-subject, father-son, brother-brother, husband-wife, friend-friend)
Valencia, Spain
Bob Dylan, American folk singer (1941-)
British Columbia, Pacific province of Canada
Warren Buffett (1930-), the Sage of Omaha, US investor and philanthropist, principal owner of holding company Berkshire Hathaway
absolutely ridiculous (idiom); preposterous / the height of folly
Hulunbuir grasslands of Inner Mongolia
Helen Keller (1880-1968), famous American deaf-blind author and activist (whose story is told in biopic The Miracle Worker)
Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen (1845-1923), German mechanical engineer
Acheron River in Epirus, northwest Greece
Agilent Technologies (research and manufacturing company)
Quentin Tarantino (1963-), American film director
Duolun county in Xilin Gol league 錫林郭勒盟|锡林郭勒盟, Inner Mongolia
outstanding talent (idiom) / incomparable artistic merit / accomplishment out of the ordinary
unnatural relationship (parricide, incest etc) / unfilial conduct / against social morals
London University School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)
Oroqen or Orochon (ethnic group)
St Lawrence River, Canada
Hailun county level city in Suihua 綏化|绥化, Heilongjiang
Jack London (1876-1916), American writer
New Brunswick province, Canada
Nordrhein-Westfalen, state of Germany
Hure banner or Xüree khoshuu in Tongliao 通遼|通辽, Inner Mongolia
Barents Sea
Trenton, capital of New Jersey
Quentin Tarantino (1963-), American film director
Tibetan government official / same as 噶布倫|噶布伦
London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE)
Santarém (Portugal) / Santarém (Brazil)
Drenthe (name) / Drenthe (province in Netherlands)
Khalil Gibran (1883-1931), Lebanese poet, writer and artist
Hulun Lake of Inner Mongolia
outstanding (idiom); incomparable
Lorentz (name) / Hendrik Lorentz (1853-1928), Dutch physicist, 1902 Nobel laureate
Lake Huron, one of the Great Lakes 五大湖
Hulunbeir league (equivalent to prefecture), Inner Mongolia
Edgar Allen Poe (1809-1849), American poet and novelist
Bren gun, British light machine gun first produced in 1937
cardinal human relationships
Arendal (city in Agder, Norway)
Ulungur Lake in Xinjiang
Hure town in Tongliao 通遼|通辽, Inner Mongolia
X-ray / Röntgen or Roentgen ray
Ulungur River in Xinjiang
Brønnøysund (city in Nordland, Norway)

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