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forest / CL:
HSK 4
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forest
dense (of trees) / thick / ghastly / eerie
Lin Sen (1868-1943), revolutionary politician, colleague of Sun Yat-sen, chairman of the Chinese nationalist government (1928-1932)
gloomy / sinister / eerie
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (Tw)
Jonathan (name)
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Luxembourg
Black Forest / Schwarzwald
Hansen or Hanson (name)
strict / rigid / tight (security)
heavily-guarded
Simpson (name)
Nixon (name) / Richard M Nixon (1913-1994), US president 1969-1974
Parkinson's disease
Jackson (name)
Nielsen or Nelson (name)
Aomori prefecture at the far north of Japan's main island Honshū 本州
Thompson (name)
many things arranged together, or connected together / to go on limitlessly
Yang Sen (1884-1977), Sichuan warlord and general
Richardson (name)
Parkinson (name)
Johnson
Sachsen or Saxony, Bundesland in east of Germany, bordering on Poland and Czech republic, capital Dresden 德累斯頓|德累斯顿
Aomori prefecture at the far north of Japan's main island Honshū 本州
Martin Mersenne (1588-1648, French mathematician)
Assen, city in the Netherlands
Ferguson (surname)
Pearson (family name as well as various places)
Arsenal Football Club
Hun Sen (1952-), prime minister of Cambodia since 1985
Black Forest cake
Parmesan
Ascension Island
samba (Tw) (loanword)
(name) Larson, Larsen, Larsson or Lassen etc
Sachsen or Saxony, Bundesland in east of Germany, bordering on Poland and Czech republic, capital Dresden 德累斯頓|德累斯顿
Sennheiser (brand)
The Simpsons (US TV series)
Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976), German physicist / also written 海森伯
Asunción, capital of Paraguay
Qian Xuesen (1911-2009), Chinese scientist and aeronautical engineer
Watson (name)
chilling cold / cold and threatening
Parkinson's disease
Parkinson's disease
(Internet slang) to have a simplistic view of sth (transcription of "too young, too simple" – English words spoken by Jiang Zemin 江澤民|江泽民 in chastizing Hong Kong reporters in 2000)
Paulson or Powellson (name) / Henry (Hank) Paulson (1946-), US banker, US Treasury Secretary 2006-2009
Yama's palace
(of tall trees) dense, thick / awe-inspiring
Sembilan, state of southwest Malaysia
Morita (Japanese surname)
concrete jungle
ThyssenKrupp
Debrecen, Hungary's second city, capital of Hajdú-Bihar county 豪伊杜·比豪爾州|豪伊杜·比豪尔州 in east Hungary on the border with Romania
Fujimori (Japanese surname) / Alberto Ken'ya Fujimori (1938-), president of Peru 1990-2000
Carson City, capital of Nevada
closely guarded / strongly fortified / sharply divided
dark and forbidding
forestry / silviculture
Essen, city in the Ruhr 魯爾區|鲁尔区, Germany
Yang Baosen (1909-1958), Beijing opera star, one of the Four great beards 四大鬚生|四大须生
Bretton woods conference in 1944 of allied powers, regulating world exchange rates and setting up IMF and world bank
Wolfson, Wulfsohn etc (name)
MORI Yoshirō (1937-), Japanese rugby player and politician, prime minister 2000-2001, famous for numerous gaffes
St Vincent and Grenadines, Caribbean island in Lesser Antilles
forest encephalitis
Addison's disease
Eisenach (German city)
Emma Watson (1990-), British actress
Mersenne prime number (math.)
Morrison (name)
Saracen Empire (medieval European name for Arab empire)
Yama's palace
Jiashan National Forest Park in Shimen 石門|石门, Changde 常德, Hunan
Robert Louis Stevenson (novelist), author of Treasure Island 金銀島|金银岛
Branson or Brandsen (name) / Sir Richard Branson (1950-), British millionaire and founder of Virgin
Accenture (company)
unable to see the wood for the trees / fig. only able to see isolated details, and not the bigger picture
Athens, Ohio
Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976), German physicist
boysenberry (hybrid of raspberry and blackberry)
Rasmussen (name)
Harrison Schmitt (Apollo 17 astronaut)
Stevenson or Stephenson (name)
Dwight D. Eisenhower (1890-1969), US army general and politician, Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during World War II, US President 1953-1961
Ascension Island


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