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  *斯* | 斯* | *斯
Slovakia / Slovak / abbr. for 斯洛伐克
  *斯* | 斯* | *斯
(phonetic) / this
Stuttgart city in southwest Germany and capital of Baden-Württemberg 巴登·符騰堡州|巴登·符腾堡州
Sri Lanka / (formerly) Ceylon
Škoda, Czech Republic car manufacturer, a subsidiary of Volkswagen Group
Stanford (University)
snooker (loanword)
Slovakia (officially, since 1993, the Slovak Republic)
Swahili (language) / Kiswahili
Stephen or Steven (name)
Slavic language
refined / educate / cultured / intellectual / polite / gentle
Snow (name) / Edgar Snow (1905-1972), American journalist, reported from China 1928-1941, author of Red Star Over China
Stanford University
Stockholm, capital of Sweden
Steven (name) / Simon Stevin (1548-1620), Flemish engineer and mathematician, played a key role in introducing the decimal system to Europe
Stanley (name)
Steven Spielberg (1946-), US film director
Smolensk (Russian city)
Slovenian (language)
Slovak (language)
Slytherin (Harry Potter)
Spencer or Spence (name)
Stacy (name)
Baruch or Benedict Spinoza (1632-1677), rationalist philosopher
Split (city in Croatia)
Stacy (name)
Stern (name)
Stein (name) / Marc Aurel Stein (1862-1943), British adventurer and archaeologist who explorer Xinjiang in early 20th century
Smith (name) / also rendered as 史密斯
sphinx (myth.) (loanword)
Swatch (Swiss brand)
Skopje, capital of North Macedonia
Edward Snowden (1983-), American surveillance program whistleblower
Stanford (name) / Stanford University, Palo Alto, California
Sphinx (Egyptian mythical beast)
John Steinbeck (1902-1968), US novelist
Stjørdal (city in Trøndelag, Norway)
Stanford University, Palo Alto, California
Swat province in Pakistani Northwest Frontier
Battle of Stalingrad (1942-1943), decisive battle of Second World War and one of the bloodiest battles in history, when the Germans failed to take Stalingrad, were then trapped and destroyed by Soviet forces
Stanton (name)
Stevenson or Stephenson (name)
Slovenia (Tw)
Spero (surname)
Scott (name)
Republic of Slovenia
Sputnik, Soviet artificial Earth satellite
Yakov Mikhailovich Sverdlov (1885-1919), Bolshevik organizer, ordered the murder of the Tsar's family in 1918, died of Spanish influenza
Scott (name)
Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915), Russian composer and pianist
Stephanopoulos (e.g. former Clinton aide George Stephanopoulos)
Battle of Stalingrad (1942-1943) / also called 斯大林格勒戰役|斯大林格勒战役
Stalingrad, former name of Volvograd 伏爾加格勒|伏尔加格勒 (1925-1961)
Scandinavia (Tw)
Srebrenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Spratly Islands, disputed between China, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam / same as 南沙群島|南沙群岛
Staunton (name) / Sir George Staunton, 1st Baronet, the second-in-command of the Macartney Mission of 1793
Bandar Seri Begawan, capital of Brunei
Sven Hedin (1865-1952), famous Swedish adventurer and archaeologist, whose 1894-1900 Central Asian expeditions uncovered Kroraina or Loulan 樓蘭|楼兰
Sven Hedin (1865-1952), famous Swedish adventurer and archaeologist, whose 1894-1900 Central Asian expeditions uncovered Kroraina or Loulan 樓蘭|楼兰 / also written 斯文·赫定
Steinkjær (city in Trøndelag, Norway)
Stonehenge stone circle
Spelling (e.g. Spelling Entertainment Group)
spelt (Triticum spelta) (loanword)
Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in England (978 m)
Stamford Raffles (1781-1826), British statesman and founder of the city of Singapore
Joseph Smith, Jr. (1805-1844), founder of the Latter Day Saint movement
Stonehenge stone circle
Stephen Harper (1959-), Canadian politician, prime minister 2006-2015
Swat valley in Pakistani Northwest Frontier
Stratford (place name) / Stratford-upon-Avon, UK city in Warwickshire and birthplace of William Shakespeare 莎士比亞|莎士比亚
Svolvær (city in Nordland, Norway)
Spassky (name)
Scarborough Shoal (Philippines' name for Huangyan Island)
Staples (Center), sports arena in Los Angeles
Joseph Stalin (1879-1953), Soviet dictator
Stepan or Stefan (name)

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