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        Āgēntíng, Argentina
        tíng, palace courtyard
        gōngtíng, [宮廷], court (of king or emperor)
        Kūntíng, Quentin (name)
        Jiàotíng, the Papacy/the Vatican/the Church government/Holy See
        cháotíng, court/imperial household/dynasty
西         Xīsītíng, Sistine (Chapel)/also written 西斯汀
        WǔTíngfāng, Wu Tingfang (1842-1922), diplomat and lawyer
        nèitíng, [內廷], place at the imperial court, where emperor handled government affairs, gave orde...
        tíngwèi, Commandant of Justice in imperial China, one of the Nine Ministers 九卿[jiǔ qīng]
        Tíngbākètú, [廷巴克圖], Timbuktoo (town and historical cultural center in Mali, a World Heritage site)
        Tíngbù, Thimphu, capital of Bhutan
        tíngshì, [廷試], court examination, the top grade imperial exam
        ZhāngTíngyù, [張廷玉], Zhang Tingyu (1672-1755), Qing politician, senior minister to three successive e...
使         jiàotíngdàshǐ, an ambassador of the church/an Apostolic Nuncio (from the Vatican)
        Qīngtíng, the Qing court (as government of China)
        Luómǎjiàotíng, [羅馬教廷], the Church (as Royal Court)/the Holy See/the Vatican
        XièChángtíng, [謝長廷], Frank Chang-ting Hsieh (1946-), Taiwanese DPP politician, mayor of Kaohsiung 199...
        LùRóngtíng, [陸榮廷], Lu Rongting (1858-1928), provincial governor of Guangxi under the Qing, subseque...
        Bàoluótíng, [鮑羅廷], Borodin (name)/Alexander Porfirevich Borodin (1833-1887), Russian chemist and co...

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