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HSK 4
lawyer
HSK 4
rule (e.g. of science) / law of behavior / regular pattern / rhythm / discipline
HSK 5
law firm
legal responsibility / liability
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law
discipline
HSK 5
the Philippines
self-discipline / self-regulation / autonomy (ethics) / autonomic (physiology)
scientific law (e.g. law of conservation of energy) / (in human affairs) a generalization based on observation (e.g. "power corrupts")
according to the law
melody / rhythm
HSK 6
same / uniformly / all / without exception
Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the CCP
rhythm / to move rhythmically
Detroit, Michigan
cadence / rhythm / rhyme scheme / meter (in verse) / (linguistics) prosody
regular
arrhythmia
monastic discipline / commandment
regular verse / strict poetic form with eight lines of 5, 6 or 7 syllables and even lines rhyming
conservation law (physics)
to be strict with oneself
legal force (i.e. binding in law)
thousand articles, same rule (idiom); stereotyped and repetitive / once you've seen one, you've seen them all
Tagalog (language)
rhythm / pace
Disciplinary Committee of Chinese Communist Party
associative law (xy)z = x(yz) (math.)
laws of motion (mechanics)
abbr. for 七言律詩|七言律诗, verse form consisting of 8 lines of 7 syllables, with rhyme on alternate lines
tuning / temperament
Self-Regulation Organization / SRO
commutative law xy = yx (math)
telephone (loanword)
to be strict with oneself (idiom) / to demand a lot of oneself
distributivity
forms of versification / conventions regarding set number of words and lines, choice of tonal patterns and rhyme schemes for various types of Classical Chinese poetic composition / metrical verse
to tune (e.g. piano)
arrhythmia
University of the Philippines
the Three Rules of Discipline and Eight Points for Attention, a military doctrine issued in 1928 by Mao Zedong for the Red Army, which included a number of injunctions demanding high standards of behavior and respect for civilians during wartime
criminal law
verse form consisting of 8 lines of 7 syllables, with rhyme on alternate lines / abbr. to 七律
legal sanction / prescribed punishment / punishable by law
general counsel
Filipino
equal temperament (music)
golden rule / key principle
solicitor (law)
circadian rhythm
Herod the Great (73 BC - 4 BC), Roman-appointed king of Judea (37-4 BC)
Eluid (son of Achim)
autonomic nervous system
tuning / temperament
meters and forms of versification / prosody
Yelü Chucai (1190-1244), Khitan statesman and advisor to Genghis Khan and Ögödei Khan, known for convincing the Mongols to tax the conquered population of the north China plains rather than slaughter it
long poem in lüshi form 律詩|律诗
tuning / temperament
Archimedes' principle (physical law of buoyancy)
a law
Mosaic Law
law of Moses
inverse-square law (physics)
Department of Justice (Hong Kong)
laws and decrees
Queen's Counsel
barefoot lawyer / grassroots lawyer
sufficient grounds (law)
inverse square law (physics)
theme or subject (music)
Malé, capital of Maldives (Tw)
salad (loanword)
(bird species of China) Philippine cuckoo-dove (Macropygia tenuirostris)
arrhythmia
Yollig Taxin or Yelü Dashi (1087-1143), Chinese-educated Khitan leader, founder of Western Liao 西遼|西辽 in Central Asia
right to protection by law (law)
equal temperament


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