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leaf / page / lobe / (historical) period / classifier for small boats
tea / tea leaves / CL: , , ,
tree leaves
dead leaves / to lose leaves (of plants) / deciduous
maple leaf
red autumnal leaves
green leaf / (fig.) actor playing a supporting role
tripe (stomach lining of cattle etc used as food)
Chiba (Japanese surname and place name)
autumn leaf
branch and leaf
leafy
mid- (e.g. mid-century) / middle period
dicotyledon (plant family distinguished by two embryonic leaves, includes daisies, broadleaved trees, herbaceous plants)
Juliet or Juliette (name)
leaf tobacco
Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Fourier (French mathematician, 1768-1830)
broad-leaved (tree)
needle-leaved (tree)
dead leaf / withered leaf
Charles Fourier (French sociologist and socialist, 1772-1837)
pattra palm tree (Corypha umbraculifera), whose leaves were used as paper substitute for Buddhist sutras
golden branch, jade leaves (idiom); fig. blue-blooded nobility, esp. imperial kinsmen or peerless beauty
cotyledon (first embryonic leaf)
lobe of the brain
Romeo and Juliet, 1594 tragedy by William Shakespeare 莎士比亞|莎士比亚
newly-grown leaves / tender leaves
the first half (of a period)
compound leaf (botany)
senna leaf (Folium sennae)
parietal lobe
frontal lobe
temporal lobe
bipinnate leaf (in phyllotaxy)
thick stems and broad leaves (idiom) / boorish / rough and ready / sloppy
silver leaf
Juliet or Juliette (name)
monocotyledon (plant family distinguished by single embryonic leaf, includes grasses, orchids and lilies)
lit. as the autumn gale sweeps away the fallen leaves (idiom); to drive out the old and make a clean sweep
mugwort leaf (TCM) / Folium Artemisiae argyi
omasum / beef tripe
Shia (a movement in Islam)
bay leaf / laurel leaf
to become bogged down in the details (idiom)
early part (of a decade, century etc) / the first years
betel
hinge
Charles Messier (1730-1817), French astronomer who catalogued nebulas and galaxies
leaf (usually bamboo or reed leaf) used to wrap 粽子 sticky rice dumplings
coriander leaf
dried leaf
alternate phyllotaxy (leaf pattern)
occipital lobe
latter half (of a decade, century etc)
bay leaf / laurel leaf
coriander leaf
blade
tarragon
Phrynium capitatum
laurel leaf / bay leaf
final years / end (of a decade, era etc)
Braille (name) / Louis Braille (1809-1852), French educator who invented braille
Sanskrit on Talipot palm leaves (idiom); Buddhist scripture
Sauropus spatulifolius Beille (shrub of the Euphorbiaceae family)
an intercalary fourth month brings food shortages
incomplete leaf
insect-catching leaf


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