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comment Are kanji characters made up of radicals only or could they contain strokes that are not radicals?
Thanks @heefske for the comprehensive answer. However, the last three paragraphs kinda diverted into historical ancestors of the modern kanji system and also into personal stroke styles, both of which I think should not be taken into consideration when defining the list of radicals that we want to examine.
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comment “To call” or “To receive a call”
There is 電話の掛け手 for "caller" and 電話の受け手 for "callee", but I'm not sure if they are commonly used or not.
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