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Pīnyīn
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chauffeur / driver / CL: 個|个
HSK 3
judicial / (administration of) justice
HSK 6
commanding officer
HSK 6
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surname Si
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to take charge of / to manage / department (under a ministry)
Judicial Yuan, the high court under the constitution of Republic of China, then of Taiwan
bureau chief
judicial authorities
minister of education (history) / two-character surname Situ
commander
judicial independence
Minister of War (official title in pre-Han Chinese states) / two-character surname Sima
headquarters / military command center
“Methods of Sima”, also called “Sima Rangju’s Art of War”, one of the Seven Military Classics of ancient China 武經七書|武经七书, written by Sima Rangju 司馬穰苴|司马穰苴
Ministry of Justice (PRC etc) / Justice Department (USA etc)
master of ceremonies (MC)
Sima Yi (179-251), warlord under Cao Cao and subsequently founder of the Jin dynasty
scone (loanword)
jurisdiction
(Tw) judges and prosecutors
judicial officer
Sima Guang (1019-1086), politician and historian of Northern Song, author of Comprehensive Mirror for aid in Government 資治通鑒|资治通鉴
commander / officer in charge
priest
ancient Chinese compass
Sima Qian (145-86 BC), Han Dynasty historian, author of Records of the Grand Historian 史記|史记, known as the father of Chinese historiography
Sima Yan (236-290), founding emperor of Jin dynasty after the Three Kingdoms period, reigned 265-290 as Emperor Wu of Jin 晉武帝
Scott (name) / Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832), Scottish romantic novelist
driver-guide
two-character surname Sikou
minister of criminal justice (official rank in imperial China)
lit. Sima Zhao's intentions are obvious to everyone (idiom) / fig. an open secret
line judge (tennis etc)
Sima Zhao (211-265), military general and statesman of Cao Wei 曹魏
bus crew / driver and conductor
Sima Tan (-110 BC), Han dynasty scholar and historian, and father of 司馬遷|司马迁
stoker (worker operating a coal fire, esp. for a steam engine)
priest
driver-guide
pharmacist
Sima Rangju (c. 800 BC, dates of birth and death unknown), military strategist of the Qi State 齊國|齐国 and author of “Methods of Sima” 司馬法|司马法, one of the Seven Military Classics of ancient China 武經七書|武经七书
SHIBA Ryotarō (1923-1996), Japanese author of historical novels
Observatory or Bureau of Astronomy (official title) from the Tang dynasty onwards
a common occurrence (idiom)
Sima Chengzhen (655-735), Daoist priest in Tang dynasty
Stendhal
John Leighton Stuart (1876-1962), second-generation American missionary in China, first president of Yenching University and later United States ambassador to China


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