I'm imagining one protestor throwing a brick at a window while a hundred reporters and cameramen cluster about him, carefully recording the event, and a thousand TV commentators and newspaper editorial writers go 'tut-tut' about why bricks shouldn't be thrown at windows, and what is the world coming to.
Or a cartoon of a circle of white-coated scientists clustered around one mouse, poking it, and asking it which Clarion class it was in.
Java runtime 1.5.0 doesn't like Firefox 1.0.4. Kiss and make up? No? Damn.
謙虚== enkyori == (noun, adjective that takes
の) long distance
|Left radical is 'leg/foot' (足). Right radical is 'huge' (巨), which acts phonetically to express 'spear/lance'. Thus, 'foot spear', a reference to a cockspur. Henshall's account of how this character came to mean 'distance' sounds suspiciously like folk etymology to me. Henshall suggests as a mnemonic: 'Huge foot covers great distance.'|