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Now Out: Essay 2089 on 匂 (scent; flavor; hint)

The 438th essay has posted! Essay 2089 on 匂 (scent; flavor; hint) is now available for purchase. Here's a preview:

Find out about a kanji that can represent both a fragrance and a stench. Learn to say, “That flower has a powerful scent,” “The room reeks of lacquer,” “This book has a whiff of anarchism,” “The flowers glow in the morning sun,” “A dog has a sharp sense of smell,” “There's something fishy about how the secretary is acting,” and “In the book she makes no allusion to her profession.” 

Ulrike will return soon with more great new-monics!


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