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to pass away / to die
to pass away / to die
to be published / to come out
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surname Shi
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life / age / generation / era / world / lifetime / epoch / descendant / noble
reincarnation or transmigration (Buddhism)
the creation (in mythology and Genesis 1-2) / the first foundational steps
unique / exceptional
a flourishing period / period of prosperity / a golden age
the world in chaos / troubled times / (in Buddhism) the mortal world
handed down from ancient times / family heirloom
one's life experience / one's lot / one's past history
unrivalled / matchless
later generations
previous generations / previous incarnation (Buddhism)
the world / this world / the world of the living
a whole lifetime (idiom); all my life
to conduct oneself in society
to be alive
to pass away / death
last phase (of an age)
to be published (of art, literary works etc) / to come out / to take shape / to see the light of day
this mortal life / the mundane world
to die / to pass away
this life / to lose face / to be disgraced
the fifth (of series of numbered kings)
generation / period of 30 years / one's whole lifetime / lifelong / age / era / times / the whole world / the First (of numbered European kings)
Zurich, Switzerland
the vulgar world (Buddhist concept) / secular world
to be born / to come into being / to withdraw from worldly affairs
to engage with secular society / to involve oneself in human affairs / to join the WTO (abbr. for 加入世界貿易組織|加入世界贸易组织)
incomparable / none to compare with at that time
family background
throughout the world / world ranking (e.g. first)
Bosch (surname) / Bosch, German technology company
world-weary / pessimistic
afterlife / next life
to consider oneself unexcelled in the world / to be insufferably arrogant
ecumenical / universal
the world of the dead
practice medicine or pharmacy to help the people or public
(Buddhism) the world of the living
all ages
to die / to leave this world
to shun the world
peace and prosperity (idiom)
this life / this age
separated by a generation / a lifetime ago
to die / future incarnation / next life / to be born / to come into the world / future generation
to see the world
the world in chaos / troubled times / the mortal world (Buddhism)
like a thing of the previous generation / as if it were a lifetime ago
(of one's name, reputation etc) to be immortalized (idiom) / to leave a mark for generations to come
to die / to depart this life (euphemism) / same as 去世
Holocene (geological period covering approx 12000 years since the last ice age)
booming and golden age of Qing dynasty (from Kang Xi to Qian Long emperors)
to die / to pass away
the present age / in office / the current office holder
of this world
eternal / forever
world of the living
to see the world / to go out into society / to gain experience
alone in the world (idiom)
to announce to the world (idiom) / to make public / to let everyone know
the way of one's conduct and interaction in society (idiom)
to die / to pass away
Cretaceous (geological period 140-65m years ago)
to leave this world / to die
the Third (of numbered kings)
Oligocene (geological epoch from 34m-24m years ago)
Qin Ershi (229-207 BC), second Qin emperor
to announce to the world (idiom) / to make public / to let everyone know
Eocene (geological epoch from 55m-34m years ago)
Pliocene (geological epoch from 5m-2m years ago)
George I of Great Brittain
peerless talent (idiom); incomparable artistic merit
Pope Benedict XVI / Joseph Alois Ratzinger (1927-), pope 2005-2013
Harald V of Norway
final phase / end of a historical era
Dai Mingshi (1653-1713), early Qing writer
King Mohammed VI (King of Morocco)
Letsie III of Lesotho
Pax Americana
from age to age
previous life
previous life
Miocene (geological epoch from 24m-5m years ago)
the Second (of numbered kings) / second generation (e.g. Chinese Americans)
Henry V (1387-1422), English warrior king, victor of Agincourt / History of Henry V by William Shakespeare 莎士比亞|莎士比亚
Palaeocene (geological epoch from 65m-55m years ago)
Pleistocene (geological epoch from 2m years ago, covering the most recent ice ages)
to make the world a better place
a good reputation to last a hundred generations
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