By B. E. Clarity, Ronald G. Wolfe, Karl Stowasser
This dictionary for English audio system comprises the elemental Iraqi dialect. The utilization is essentially that of Muslim audio system from Baghdad, yet a few southern Iraqi utilization can be integrated.
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6] ù ú û ü ý þ lesson 4 43 decameron 67 y There simply is not a good phrase in English for the block of ten days which this character represents. So we resurrect the classical phrase, decameron, whose connotations the tales of Boccaccio have done much to enrich. Actually, it refers to a journey of ten days taken by a band of people—that is, a group of people bound together for the days of the decameron.  ! # $ % & ( ladle 68 ð If you want to bind up drops of anything—water, soup, lemonade—you use something to scoop these drops up, which is what we call a ladle.
Think of a grotesquely fat man whose paunch so covers the plate that he is always getting hit by the pitch. Hence a round baseball player becomes a fat man. measurement 45 š This kanji actually stood for a small measurement used prior to the metric system, a bit over an inch in length, and from there acquired the sense of measurement. In the old system, it was one-tenth of a shaku (whose kanji we shall meet in frame 1070). ).  T U V * As a primitive, we shall use this to mean glue or glued to.
An example follows in the next frame. 102 A pierce If one is asked to think of associations for the word pierce, among the ³rst to come to mind is that of piercing one’s ears to hold earrings, a quite primitive form of self-mutilation that 58 Remembering the Kanji has survived into the 21st century. The kanji here is read, top to bottom: mother . . oyster. All you need to do is imagine piercing an ear so that it can hold a mother-of-pearl you have just wrested from an oyster. ” The large mouth on top and the human legs below almost jump off the page as a caricature of elder brother, the one with the big mouth (or if you prefer a kinder image, the one who “has the say” among all the children).