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good / favorable / well / fine
good and honest / kindhearted
to improve (sth) / to reform (a system)
  *良* | 良* | *良
good / very / very much
fine / good / first-rate
Nara, an old capital of Japan
good doctor / skilled doctor
good karma / opportune connection with marriage partner
good friend / companion
positive (in its effect) / leading to good consequences / virtuous / (medicine) benign (tumor etc)
a good chance / a golden opportunity
excellent / of superior quality
bad / harmful / unhealthy
good people / ordinary people (i.e. not the lowest class)
innate sense of right and wrong / conscience / bosom friend
Nara prefecture in central Japan
malnutrition / undernourishment / deficiency disease / dystrophy
loose or defective contact (elec.)
good family / innocent people
New Orleans, Louisiana
good medicine / effective prescription / fig. good plan / effective strategy
good medicine / panacea / fig. a good solution / a good remedy (e.g. to a social problem)
considerably / much / quite a bit
improved type / good breed / pedigree
fine time, lucky day (idiom); fig. good opportunity
Zhang Xueliang (1901-2001) son of Fengtian clique warlord, then senior general for the Nationalists and subsequently for the People's Liberation Army
New Orleans, Louisiana
good and bad people intermingled
gems of wisdom (idiom); priceless advice
to ponder earnestly / to give a lot of thought to sth
benign tumor
good agricultural land / fertile land
Ma Liang (Three Kingdoms)
good teacher and helpful friend (idiom); mentor
warm and kind
(of a man) able and virtuous
devoid of conscience (idiom); utterly heartless
(of a slave or servant) to be given one's freedom / (of a prostitute) to marry and leave one's trade
Gallen Lo (1962-), Hong Kong actor and singer
husband (arch.)
fine time, beautiful scenery (idiom); everything lovely
a good while / a long time
Hsu Hsin-liang (1941-), Taiwanese politician
kindhearted and moderate (idiom); temperate and gentle
Liangxiang town in Beijing municipality
bad money drives out good money (economics)
good horse
to root out the strong and give people peace (idiom); to rob the rich and give to the poor
good medicine tastes bitter (idiom); fig. frank criticism is hard to swallow
Yiliang county in Kunming 昆明, Yunnan
kindhearted / good-natured
to force an honest girl into prostitution (idiom) / to debauch
a fine bird chooses a tree to nest in (proverb) / fig. a talented person chooses a patron of integrity
long illness makes the patient into a good doctor (idiom)
Nara period (710-794) in early Japanese history
Liangqing District of Nanning City 南寧市|南宁市, Guangxi
Yiliang county in Kunming 昆明, Yunnan
woman from a respectable family / respectable woman
Liangzhu (c. 3400-2250 BC), neolithic culture of Changjiang delta
good harbor
Yanliang District of Xi'an 西安市, Shaanxi
virtuous cycle (i.e. positive feedback loop)
Luliang county in Qujing 曲靖, Yunnan
docile / tame
Yanliang District of Xi’an 西安市, Shaanxi
dacron (loanword)
to sit and waste a good opportunity (idiom); to lose the chance
Thai ginger / lesser galangale (Kaempferia galanga)
Luliang county in Qujing 曲靖, Yunnan
good plan / right strategy / to take one's time forming the right decision
aplastic anemia
good plan / good idea
Furano, Hokkaidō, Japan
Liangqing District of Nanning City 南寧市|南宁市, Guangxi
prisoner of conscience
gems of wisdom (idiom); priceless advice
good timber / sound material / fig. able person / sound chap
good companion
a fine bird chooses a tree to nest in (proverb) / fig. a talented person chooses a patron of integrity
harmful trend
Tran Duc Luong (1937-), former president of Vietnam
good Chinese wood-oil tree (Aleurites cordata)
to earn people's praise through one's good deeds (idiom)
William A.P. Martin (1827-1916), American missionary who lived 62 years in China between 1850 and 1916, and helped found many Chinese colleges, first president of Peking University
instinctive understanding, esp. of ethical issues (idiom); untrained, but with an inborn sense of right and wrong / innate moral sense
in all honesty / truth to tell
Treatise 134 BC by Han dynasty philosopher Dong Zhongshu 董仲舒
Chu Suiliang (596-659), one of Four Great Calligraphers of early Tang 唐初四大家
inability to adjust / unable to adapt
to have fed one's conscience to the dogs (idiom) / devoid of conscience
lucky day / auspicious day
intimate friend and companion (idiom)
a good wife and loving mother
it goes against one's conscience

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