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Now Out: Essay 1597 on 澄 (clear) and 5 New-Monics

The 386th essay has posted! Essay 1597 on 澄 (clear; to look unconcerned; put on airs; do with concentration) is now available for purchase. Here's a preview:

Clean waterfalls, cloudless skies, and a resonant voice. The clear taste of a malt beer. A mind cleansed of distracting thoughts. The senses heightened at a spa. Listening attentively, observing carefully, and taking careful aim. The 澄 kanji affords all these experiences. Learn to say, “The water is clear to the bottom,” “I can see a clear blue sky,” and “I sit in Zen meditation and clear my mind.”

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

勉 (390: effort)
晩 (961: evening)
逸 (1010: to miss)
免 (1849: exemption)
媛 (1965: princess)


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