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Now Out: Essay 1100 on 勘 (intuitive perception) and 6 New-Monics

The 391st essay has posted! Essay 1100 on 勘 (intuitive perception; to consider; to check) is now available for purchase. Here's a preview:

Discover how 勘 bridges the brain’s hemispheres! This kanji represents both the sixth sense (which guides perceptions and hunches) and the ability to consider ideas and estimate profit. Learn to say, “Check, please,” “Put it on one bill,” and “Let’s split the bill,” as well as “I would do anything but that,” “Give me a break,” and “That smartphone looks nice, but he can’t afford it.”

Also, Ulrike created the following new-monics (which are free!):

統 (757: unification)
襲 (1360: attack)
充 (1362: to fill)
銃 (1365: gun)
妄 (1851: random)
抑 (1884: to suppress)


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