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Now Out: Essay 1474 on 牲 (sacrifice), a Revision, and 5 New-Monics

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Parents often make sacrifices to give children a good education. Find out how to say that, and then discover how maternal self-sacrifice may be harmful. See which term for “war victim” is right, depending on what the person experienced. Learn to say, “I must help her at any cost” and “She worked at the expense of her health,” as well as jargon for being a sacrificial lamb in the consumer world.

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Finally, Ulrike created the following new-monics:

克 (1272: to overcome)
酷 (1273: severe)
旋 (1494: to turn around)
敷 (1756: to spread)
伏 (1763: to lower oneself)


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