|Earl George Macartney (1737-1806), leader of British mission to Qing China in 1793, Paul McCartney, former Beatle||馬噶爾尼 [Ma3 ga2 er3 ni2]|
|Earl George Macartney (1737-1806), leader of British mission to Qing China in 1793, Paul McCartney, former Beatle||馬戛爾尼 [Ma3 jia2 er3 ni2]|
|Earl George Macartney (1737-1806), leader of British mission to Qing China in 1793, Paul McCartney, former Beatle||马噶尔尼 [Ma3 ga2 er3 ni2]|
|马戛尔尼 [Ma3 jia2 er3 ni2]|
|(British) lord, title awarded as honor for service||勋爵 [xun1 jue2]|
|(British) lord, title awarded as honor for service||勛爵 [xun1 jue2]|
|(China) postal bureau||邮政局 [you2 zheng4 ju2]|
|(China) postal bureau||郵政局 [you2 zheng4 ju2]|
|(George) Wehrfritz (Beijing bureau chief of Newsweek)||韋爾弗雷茲 [Wei2 er3 fu2 lei2 zi5]|
|(George) Wehrfritz (Beijing bureau chief of Newsweek)||韦尔弗雷兹 [Wei2 er3 fu2 lei2 zi5]|
|(Osama) bin Laden (1957-), leader of Al Qaeda||拉登 [La1 deng1]|
|(Osama) bin Laden (1957-), leader of Al Qaeda||本拉登 [Ben3 La1 deng1]|
|(policy etc) towards China||对华 [dui4 hua2]|
|(policy etc) towards China||對華 [dui4 hua2]|
|a (diplomatic or other) mission||使命 [shi3 ming4]|
|a form or theatrical double act, popular since Qing times, with one player seated stage front and acting out the poem or song of the second player hidden at the back (also written 雙黄|双黄), double reed (as used in oboe or bassoon), an oboe or bassoon||双簧 [shuang1 huang2]|
|a form or theatrical double act, popular since Qing times, with one player seated stage front and acting out the poem or song of the second player hidden at the back (also written 雙黄|双黄), double reed (as used in oboe or bassoon), an oboe or bassoon||雙簧 [shuang1 huang2]|
|a mission (group of missionaries)||传教团 [chuan2 jiao4 tuan2]|
|a mission (group of missionaries)||傳教團 [chuan2 jiao4 tuan2]|
|a Qing prince who was the designated successor to emperor Guangxu until the Boxer uprising||溥儁 [Pu3 jun4]|
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