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Proclamares saltem suppetiatum, si resistere vir tantus mulieri nequibas. Sub oculis tuis homo iugulatur, et siles? Cur autem te simile latrocinium non peremit? Cur saeva crudelitas vel propter indicium sceleris arbitro pepercit?

http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/11942/game-of-go?referrer=HmgCGKA1KBq37ioaqR_AEA2


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asked Are there any short prose or poetry works in classical or modern Chinese designed specifically to teach the names of the 64 hexagrams?
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comment What methods are available for looking up a character?
the OP asked for resources in situations where only the character can be used to look something up.
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accepted How can I express 'having' in an intimate sense?
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asked What is the name of this traditional Chinese character font?
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comment What's the difference between 咁 (gam3) and 噉 (gam2)?
+1 for asking about cantonese. i have way more cantonese questions at the moment than mandarin ones, and i stupidly did not think to ask them on this site
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revised Specifics of the idiom “四海一家”
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revised Specifics of the idiom “四海一家”
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comment Specifics of the idiom “四海一家”
+1 for the classical reference. i have to admit that i've never liked the analects as much as the dao de jing, the sutras, the hanfeizi, the mengzi, or pretty much anything else in classical Chinese literature. but there's something musical about it that i like in the original language.
Jan
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comment 了解 vs 明白 vs 知道 - what is the difference, and when should I use each one?
lol and +1 at 明明白白我的心 in this context, @Terry Waltz =)
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asked How can I express 'having' in an intimate sense?
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comment What is the meaning and proper usage of 凭什么?
-1 @Jon I think the nuance here suggested by ziyuang is missing from your answer... add it maybe?
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comment Why 又 is used there instead of 再?
have you seen how the answers disagree? did you simply choose the one with the most upvotes?
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comment Why 又 is used there instead of 再?
-1 this answer seems to disagree with the consensus by the native speakers on here.
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comment Why 又 is used there instead of 再?
+1 if i understand you right, the nuance here is that 又 is adding emphasis, right?