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  *儀* | 儀* | *儀
apparatus / rites / appearance / present / ceremony
etiquette / ceremony
sensor / detector
to admire
Wu Yi (1938-), one of four vice-premiers of the PRC State Council
Anita Yuen (1971-), Hong Kong actress
scanner (device)
master of ceremonies (MC)
dashcam
Puyi, personal name of the last Qing emperor (reigned as child 1909-1911), the subject of Bertolucci's biopic The Last Emperor
heaven and earth / yin and yang
distance measuring equipment
gyroscope
level (device to determine horizontal) / spirit level / surveyor's level
spectrometer / spectrograph
attire and grooming
projector
mass spectrometer
globe
radiation meter
discourteous / failure of etiquette
to perform the ritual bows / to follow the customary ceremonies
planetarium projector
interferometer (physics)
ordinance
night vision device
a gift of money to the family of the deceased
lie detector / polygraph
majestic presence / awe-inspiring manner
theodolite
the world's first seismograph invented by Zhang Heng 張衡|张衡 in 132 / abbr. for 候風地動儀|候风地动仪
funeral / obsequies
seismometer
armillary sphere (astronomy)
level (device to determine horizontal) / spirit level / surveyor's level
funeral ceremony
sextant
Tang Shaoyi (1862-1939), politician and diplomat
Ismail (name) / Shāh Ismāil I (1487-1524), founder of Persian Safavid dynasty, reigned 1501-1524
equatorial mount (for a telescope)
Tao Zongyi (c. 1329-1410), Yuan dynasty scholar
honorarium / gift as thanks
infrared body thermometer / temperature gun
initiative / to initiate / to propose (a new course of action)
survey meter
flight recorder / black box
protractor
armillary sphere (astronomy)
water-driven armillary sphere (Zhang Heng's famous astronomical apparatus)
Zhang Yi (-309 BC), political strategist of the School of Diplomacy 縱橫家|纵横家 during the Warring States Period (475-221 BC)
aerosol detector
ratemeter
contamination meter
biological dosimeter
the world's first seismograph invented by Zhang Heng 張衡|张衡 in 132


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