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Now Out: Essay 1458 on 遂 (to accomplish), Radical Note 23, and 6 New-Monics

The 427th essay has posted! Essay 1458 on 遂 (to accomplish; finally) is now available for purchase. Here's a preview:

Journey to the dark side with terms for attempted crimes, learning to say, “He is accused of attempted robbery.” Then move to the sunny side with positive keywords about achieving things. Sample sentences include, “Come what may, I am determined to accomplish it,” “I will do it at all costs,” “He is equal to the task,” and “He persisted in accomplishing his original plan.”

Also, Radical Note 23 on 匸, the "hiding" radical, has posted. That brief note redirects you to Radical Note 22 and explains why.

Finally, Ulrike created the following new-monics:

談 (543: talk)
処 (896: to deal with)
尉 (1004: military officer)
慰 (1008: to console)
炎 (1024: flame)
拠 (1155: basis)


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