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Now Out: Essay 1941 on 賄 (bribe) and 6 New-Monics

The 484th essay has posted. Essay 1941 on 賄 (bribe; to provide (meals); supply) is now available for purchase. Here's a preview:

If you’re offering meals or bribes, 賄 is your kanji! Learn how to distinguish linguistically and judicially between giving and receiving bribes. Find out how to say, “They bribed the witness into silence,” “She is honest and above things such as bribery,” “The bribery came to light,” and “His acceptance of the present was regarded as bribery.” Also see how 賄 helps you talk about financing things.

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

養 (594: to foster)
泣 (838: to cry)
供 (839: to offer)
憲 (852: constitution)
呼 (856: to call)
穀 (866: grain)


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