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Now Out: Essay 1356 on 臭 (stink) and 4 Revisions

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Hold your nose! Learn to say, "This room smells musty," "The corpse smelled putrid," and "He smelled something burning. See how 臭, 匂, and 香 differ; how marketers create neuroses; how persimmons connect to reeking of alcohol; and what it really means to “smell of” water, milk, “green,” or incense. Learn to say, "I sensed no lived-in feeling" and "Every country has a bloody history."

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