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Now Out: Essay 1833 on 埋 (to bury), 2 Revisions, and 6 New-Monics

The 492nd essay has posted. Essay 1833 on 埋 (to bury) is now available for purchase. Here's a preview:

Burial isn’t just for corpses! This kanji pertains to deep snow, buried treasure, and ore deposits. You can also use 埋 to say, “He is immersed in family life,” “Spectators packed the stadium,” “I had to fill the gap,” “make up for lost time,” “bury the hatchet,” “He lived in obscurity,” and “My schedule is full.” Learn about burning coffins, burying people alive, and having two graves per person.

Also, two revisions have posted:

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Finally, Ulrike has created these new-monics, which are free:

絹 (664: silk)
限 (665: limit)
耕 (673: cultivating land)
蚕 (688: silkworm)
証 (715: proof)
仏 (784: Buddha)


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