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        bǎngyàng, [榜樣], example/model/CL:個|个[gè]
        bǎng, [牓], notice or announcement/list of names/public roll of successful examinees, varian...
        páihángbǎng, the charts (of best-sellers)/table of ranking
        bǎngshǒu, top of the list
        biāobǎng, [標榜], to flaunt/to advertise/to parade/boost/excessive praise
        luòbǎng, to fail the imperial exams/to flunk
        guāngróngbǎng, [光榮榜], honor roll
        jīnbǎngtímíng, [金榜題名], to win top marks in the imperial examinations
        shàngbǎng, to appear on the public roll of successful examinees (i.e. pass an exam)/to make...
        chūbǎng, to publish class list of successful exam candidates
        fābǎng, [發榜], to publish a roll-call of successful candidates
        jiǎngpáibǎng, [獎牌榜], medal table/tally of trophies/list of prizewinners
        FēngshénBǎng, Investiture of the Gods, major Ming dynasty vernacular novel of mythology and fa...
        páimíngbǎng, ranking/ordered list/top 20/roll of honor/to come nth out of 100
        bǎngyǎn, candidate who came second in the Han-lin examination/see 狀元|状元[zhuàng yuán]
        bàngchī, to beat/to flog/to whip
        Bǎnggélà, old Chinese name for Bengal, now written 孟加拉[Mèng jiā lā]
        gānbǎng, kampong (loanword)/also pr. gānbōng, imitating Malay
        qiūbǎng, results of the autumn imperial examinations
        jīfēnbǎng, [積分榜], table of scores (in exams or sports league)
        bēibǎng, to score last in an examination
        jīnbǎng, lit. tablet with inscription in gold/pass list for the top imperial examinations...

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