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trace; ruins
Kanji 1485

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Synopsis

Discover why Sun Yat-sen’s handwriting mattered to the Japanese, and find out how they feel about the look of razor stubble and harvested fields. Also see why a Nagoya well contained gold, how ruins relate to one generation, and what “crow footprints” represent. Learn to say, “We found footprints in the sand,” “There is no sign of life on Mars,” and “Each era has left its mark.”

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Cover of essay 1485 on 跡 (trace; ruins)
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JOYO ON-YOMI
セキ
JOYO KUN-YOMI
あと
STROKES13
RADICAL足 (157: foot)
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HENSHALL1485/1592
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