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Home again

I'M home.

Except for the beautiful Russian spy with whom I had a brief but tempestuous affair, the Hong Kong agents for a multinational cartel of diamond and atomic secrets smugglers whom I finally defeated after a running gun battle on the roof of the train, and solving the murder of several fellow passengers, except for that, as I say, it was an uneventful trip. Details later. Now, to bed.


YUU, U
migi
meaning: right
migite == right hand
sayuu == left and right (i.e., either side)
Originally showed a hand over a mouth. Henshall suggests remembering this kanji by: 'Right hand to the mouth'.

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SUI
mizu
meaning: water
suiyobi == Wednesday
oumizu == flood
Originally a pictograph of a river, with a stream between two angular banks. Henshall suggests remembering this kanji by: 'Water squeezes between banks'.

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BEN, BIN
tayo(ri_
meaning: convenience, service, mail
benri (na) == convenient
yuubin == mail
left  radical is 'person', right is 'change'. Henshall suggests remembering this kanji by: 'Change of mail man leads to convenient service'.

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BU
aru(ku), ayu(mu)
meaning: walk
hokousha == pedestrian
hodou == pavement
Top radical is 'foot'/'stop', bottom is 'few'. Henshall suggests remembering this kanji by: 'Few feet walk nowadays'.

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