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        shā, sand/gravel/granule
        shāguō, [砂鍋], casserole/earthenware pot
        shātáng, granulated sugar
        shāzhǐ, [砂紙], sandpaper (i.e. abrasive)
        shāshí, sandstone/sand and stone/aggregate
        shālì, [砂礫], grit
        shāyán, sandstone
        shāzi, sand
        zhūshā, [硃砂], cinnabar/mercuric sulfide HgS/also written 硃砂|朱砂[zhū shā], cinnabar/mercuric sul...
        péngshā, borax
        shājiāng, [砂漿], mortar (building)
        tiěshā, [鐵砂], shot (in shotgun)/pellets
        báishātáng, white granulated sugar
        dānshā, cinnabar/mercuric sulfide HgS
        yóushā, oil sand (mining)
        hǎishā, sea sand (sand collected from the ocean floor, as opposed to that which is used ...
        hǎishāwū, house built with cheap, unreliable concrete which contains a high quantity of se...
        lǜshā, [濾砂], filter sand
        bōlishā, siliceous sand (geology)
        ǎijīngzhūshāgēn, [矮莖朱砂根], short-stem Ardisia (Ardisia brevicaulis)
        shārén, Amomom (fructus Amomi), plant used in Chinese medicine
        Shālāyuè, see 沙撈越|沙捞越[Shā lāo yuè]
        shājiāng, concretion (geology)
        shājīkuàngchuáng, [砂積礦床], placer (alluvial deposit containing valuable metals)
        shālún, [砂輪], grinding wheel/emery wheel
        náoshā, salammoniac (mineralogy)
        móshíshālì, [磨石砂礫], millstone grit/coarse sandstone
        móshícūshāyán, millstone grit
        móshā, frosted (e.g. glass)
        móshāgāo, facial scrub
        fěnshāyán, siltstone
        fěnshāshí, siltstone
        cūshā, grit
        chénshā, cinnabar
        cǎishāchǎng, [採砂場], sandpit/sand quarry
        jīngāngshā, [金剛砂], carborundum/emery
        gàoyīngshā, [鋯英砂], zircon sand (zirconium ore)
        měishā, [鎂砂], magnesium oxide (refractory material)

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