Dude! Try the spices! First of all, thanks to I can't remember who she was who mentioned having done this experiment. Second, if they're in your kitchen and they're fresh, chances are you use them on a regular enough basis that it's worthwhile to grow them. Third, it's a gladsome surprise when you do find a spice that sprouts. Heads up, though - one of mine's from a packet, the other from the cupboard, but the two spices are both Apiaceae, so there's a risk of crossing; bit of a bother since I'm planning to save seed. Ack. I wonder if I have to worry about the alliums on that point as well.
This bit of the study material just perma-scrapped 二皇子, who I'm guessing wouldn't have reached puppetmaster if 太皇子 was still in place; so one's definitely out, and I've yet to see the - drat, he's still around, just set aside during the puppetmaster days. Relatively certain 三皇子 is solidly out of the line of succession, despite still being alive; entirely certain he's not a 角. (Bah! The things I miss while gardening! ...Can be found online.) 他怕什么? Drat, he's back in the line - two possibilities up: that 三皇子'll do better than 泰黄子, or that 三皇子's scrapped as well in order to allow 大王 into the line. Aaand there's the problem with spoilers.
Hang on - relating the recent example to the earlier, the 男 lead was addressed as 大王 there, the same as the 将 here; and he'd mentioned the 女 lead's backstory includes 她的父王是x国的王 (which is why 婚姻 was 联姻 that led to 大王, as it is in this newer example). So was there a 皇 there as well? And how frequently did 将 to 大王 (to 皇?) happen in historical records that it's twice a coincidence in works of fiction? If it takes time to gather examples to get a solid grasp of a concept, then that's what I'll take.
Aw, how cute - thanks to the background noise for reminding me of my mother's work.
Noting - if I understand this correctly, price changes in 猪肉, products, and dishes over 六天 in the 百元 range? I think I'm missing a character that would clarify if there's an exact multiple of 百 or if it's more like an 'in the hundreds' sense.
Ending with this because I gotta A) find my pan and B) reduce the heat. (I kinda like when it caramelizes a bit, though.)