|inlet of the South China Sea, situated on the southeastern coast of Vietnam between Phan Rang and Nha Trang||Cam Ranh Bay|
|(Botany) genus of trees (native of Japan, North America, the Middle East and China)||osmanthus|
|(Federative Republic of Brazil) country in South America||Brazil|
|(Portuguese - literally means buyer) an intermediary; a native steward or agent for a foreign business (formerly in China)||comprador|
|(presently called Shen-yang) city located in Manchuria, China (which was the captured by the Japanese in 1931 and was followed by the Japanese invasion of all Manchuria)||Mukden|
|(Republic of Bolivia) country in South America||Bolivia|
|(South African) unit of land area equivalent to slightly more than two acres; surname, last name, unit of land measurement||morgen|
|(Welsh) Ynys Pyr, island off the coast of Pembrokeshire, Wales, and location of a Cistercian monastery.||Caldey Island|
|a rounded lunar lowland plain, approximately 400 km/250 mi across. It is visible with the unaided eye as a dark area south of Mare Tranquillitatis.||Mare Nectaris|
|a section of the Arctic Ocean, situated off the northern coast of Siberian Russia||Laptev Sea|
|a trademark for a high-quality porcelain or bone china, porcelain designed and made by the Spodes or the factory they founded; Josiah Spode (1733-97) and his son Josiah (1754-1827), English potters||Spode|
|a walled complex of buildings (1421 - 1911) in Beijing, China, that includes the former Imperial Palace. It was closed to ordinary citizens until 1912 and is now a museum.||Forbidden City|
|a walled enclosure on the Moon with a prominent crack (, rill^ ) across the floor and a complex central peak, located south of Mare Fecundatis, 177 km/110 mi in diameter||Petavius|
|able to control urination and bowels, any of a number of large continuous land masses (usually considered to be 7: Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Australia and Antarctica), land above sea level||continent|
|above the kidney, situated above the kidney (Anatomy)||suprarenal|
|Acadian French, French Canadian living in Maritimes, pertaining to Acadia (former French colony in southeastern Canada), resident of Acadia (former French colony in southeastern Canada), somebody from Acadia||Acadian|
|act of hitting ball, attempt, attempt to score, blasting explosion, bullet or cannonball, camera view, chance at winning, continuous uninterrupted film sequence, filled with particular quality, firing of a bullet or other projectile from a weapon; rang...||shot|
|act of riding a skateboard, act of using a skateboard to coast across hard surfaces, riding of skateboard||skateboarding|
|act to manipulate economic markets, act to produce change, be situated in between, break into a conversation, elapse, enter a lawsuit, happen so as to impede, interpose; interfere, mediate, step in; happen between other events; occur, take place; occur...||intervene|
|adjacent, touching; being situated next to, bordering on; attached||adjoining|
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