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  *沃* | 沃* | *沃
fertile / rich / to irrigate / to wash (of river)
Volvo (Swedish car company)
Wolf, Woolf (name)
Wal-Mart, Walmart (retailer)
fertile land
Davos (Swiss ski resort) / Davos world economic forum (WEF)
Warren (name)
Hogwarts (Harry Potter)
Quwo county in Linfen 臨汾|临汾, Shanxi
Wharton (name)
Milwaukee (city)
Wo river in Shanxi
Davos world economic forum (WEF)
Lesbos (Greek island in the Aegean Sea 愛琴海|爱琴海)
Trevor (name)
Quwo county in Linfen 臨汾|临汾, Shanxi
Vauxhall (English car brand and city)
Antonin Dvořák (1841-1904), Bohemian composer, author of nine symphonies including the New World symphony
fertile land
Watson (name)
Vladivostok (Russian port city) / Chinese name 海參崴|海参崴
Vaud province of Switzerland
Zwolle (Netherlands)
Bosworth (name) / Stephen Bosworth (1939-), US academic and diplomat, special representative for policy on North Korea from 2009
Warren Buffett (1930-), the Sage of Omaha, US investor and philanthropist, principal owner of holding company Berkshire Hathaway
Voronezh, city in the southwest of European Russia
Vodafone (telephone company)
the Cotswolds (England)
fertile soil
gavotte, French dance popular in 18th century (loanword)
the Wolf prize (for science and arts)
sievert (Sv), unit of radiation damage used in radiotherapy
Ken Warren (1927-1991), American adventurer and river runner
fertile / rich / plentiful
Walt Whitman (1819-1892), American poet, essayist and journalist
Swatch (Swiss brand)
to irrigate / to wash with water
Wolfson, Wulfsohn etc (name)
to manage a situation badly (idiom)
Bob Woodward (Washington Post journalist)
rich and fertile (soil)
Emma Watson (1990-), British actress
Eidsvoll (city in Norway)

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