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Now Out: Essay 1812 on 冒 (to risk) and 5 New-Monics

The 365th essay has posted! Essay 1812 on 冒 (to risk; afflict) is now available for purchase. Here's a preview:

Could you capture sharks or defuse bombs? You can at least talk about such risk taking after reading this essay. You’ll also learn to say, “They were ready to run the risk of being shot by the enemy,” “Nothing ventured, nothing gained,” and “She is a born adventurer.” Even if you’re risk-averse, you can still use 冒 to say, “Don’t push your luck” and ”I don’t want to run such a risk."

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

遍 (1783: everywhere)
椅 (1957: chair)
淫 (1961: sexually obscene)
鬱 (1963: depression)
潰 (1975: to crush)


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