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having lived through many changes
great changes / ups and downs / vicissitudes / abbr. of 滄海桑田|沧海桑田
  *桑* | 桑* | *桑
surname Sang
  *桑* | 桑* | *桑
mulberry tree
  *桑* | 桑* | *桑
old variant of
Santana (name)
lit. the blue sea turned into mulberry fields (idiom) / fig. the transformations of the world
(literary) native place / homeland
mulberry tree, with leaves used to feed silkworms
mulberry fruit (Fructus mori)
samba (dance) (loanword)
Shangzhi county in Zhangjiajie 張家界|张家界, Hunan
Nissan, Japanese car make
Guy de Maupassant (1850-1893), French novelist and short story writer
Santander, capital of Spanish autonomous region Cantabria 坎塔布里亞|坎塔布里亚
Sandra (name)
Sangiovese (grape type)
Sanders (name) / Bernie Sanders, United States Senator from Vermont and 2016 Presidential candidate
to have been through the hardships of life / to have been through the mill
Songhay people of Mali and the Sahara
Hassan (person name) / Hassan District
Tucson (city in Arizona)
a sense of having been through good times and bad / a weathered and worn look
Moraceae (type of flowering plant)
mulberry farming / to grow mulberry for sericulture
Fusang, mythical island of ancient literature, often interpreted as Japan
lit. to point at the mulberry tree and curse the locust tree / fig. to scold sb indirectly / to make oblique accusations (idiom)
older man / man of mature years (Japanese loanword)
Shangzhi county in Zhangjiajie 張家界|张家界, Hunan
Sandnes (city in Rogaland, Norway)
South Georgia and The South Sandwich Islands
mama-san, middle-aged woman who runs a brothel, bar etc (loanword from Japanese) / madam
older female / woman of mature years (Japanese loanword)
a model of Volkswagen Santana based on the Passat B2 / Poussin (name)
sauna (loanword)
Cassandra (given name) / Cassandra (character in Greek mythology)
Sangri county, Tibetan: Zangs ri rdzong, in Lhokha prefecture 山南地區|山南地区, Tibet
to lose at sunrise but gain at sunset (idiom) / to compensate later for one's earlier loss / what you lose on the swings you gain on the roundabouts
Samye town and monastery in central Tibet
state of Arizona
Sangri county, Tibetan: Zangs ri rdzong, in Lhokha prefecture 山南地區|山南地区, Tibet
Sampaio (name) / Jorge Sampaio (1939-), Portuguese lawyer and politician, president of Portugal 1996-2006 / Sampaio, town in Brazil
Santorini (volcanic island in the Aegean sea)
The Sun Shines over the Sanggan River, proletarian novel by Ding Ling, winner of 1951 Stalin prize
Sangjian by the Pu River, a place in the ancient state of Wei known for wanton behavior / lovers' rendezvous
sauna (loanword)
Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani
Kisangani (city in the Democratic Republic of the Congo)
Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804-1864) American novelist and short story writer
Sandinista National Liberation Front
Sandefjord (city in Vestfold, Norway)
Sassanid Empire of Persia (c. 2nd-7th century AD)
Lausanne (city in Switzerland)
Tunmi Sanghuzha (6th century AD), originator of the Tibetan script
lit. blue seas where once was mulberry fields (idiom, from 史記|史记, Record of the Grand Historian); time brings great changes / life's vicissitudes

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