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Now Out: Essay 2099 on 眉 (eyebrow), 2 Radical Notes, 2 Revisions, and 7 New-Monics

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The 440th essay has posted! Essay 2099 on 眉 (eyebrow) is now available for purchase. Here's a preview:

Find out why “white eyebrows” can mean “finest example.” Learn to use 眉 literally, as in “He arched his eyebrows in surprise” or “He showed his disapproval by raising an eyebrow.” Also discover figurative expressions such as “She felt relieved,” “My husband seemed to frown on my method,” “That story of his sounds very unlikely,” and “It’s urgent to restore Japanese-language education.

Two Radical Notes are now available:

Find out what kind of horn 角 (243: horn) represents, and see why there’s a horn in 解 (632: to take apart). Also learn what a caterpillar needs with a horn in 触 (1428: to touch).

See why the name of the radical in 骨 (867: bone), 髄 (1463: marrow), and 骸 (1979: corpse) seems perfect, and find out how to eat soft bones.

Revisions of the following essays have posted:

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Finally, Ulrike created the following new-monics:

該 (1071: corresponding)
換 (1105: exchange)
閑 (1109: idle)
緩 (1112: loose)
還 (1114: to return)
環 (1115: ring)
艦 (1116: warship)


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