1. In truth, it was not Thrawn at all, but Imperial conspirators using Thrawn's name and identity. 事实上，那根本不是索龙，只是帝国的阴谋家利用了索龙的名字和身份。
2. The power lies in time : the end of the imperial who wanted; The truth to sunlight, the false lie. 时间的威力在于：结束帝王们的争战；把真理带到阳光下，把虚假的谎言揭穿。
3. The opium war opened the long-term closed door of China, a sign of the beginning of some imperial invasions. 鸦片战争打开了中国长期封闭的门户，标志着帝国主义一些列侵略中国领土的开端。
1. a small tufted beard worn by Emperor Napoleon III
2. a piece of luggage carried on top of a coach adj.
1. relating to or associated with an empire
2. befitting or belonging to an emperor or empress
3. belonging to or befitting a supreme ruler