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Now Out: Essay 1125 on 軌 (track; path; rut) and 5 New-Monics

The 423rd essay has posted! Essay 1125 on 軌 (track; path; rut) is now available for purchase. Here's a preview:

This kanji brings us both the straightness of railroad tracks and a term for “orbit” (usually elliptical). The shape isn’t important; the idea of a path is. Learn to say, “We can't know where the trajectory of our lives will take us,” “get the economy back on track,” “when your business gets going,” “We need a course correction,” “go off the rails,” and “He was really wild in his youth.”

Also, Ulrike created the following new-monics:

苦 (264: painful)
君 (266: you)
郡 (467: county)
堂 (557: public building)
群 (657: group)


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