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comment Would 日末 be a reasonable opposite to 日本?
IMO 日入 (from 日の入り) would be a better choice of kanji over 日末 as negative connotation with the "end" can be implied from 末. Rather than an end, it's somewhere to settle into.
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answered Is ありす a traditional girl's name?
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asked How do you correctly use 'gesu' 下種/下衆/下司?
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reviewed Approve Questions on the word シクシク
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answered Questions on the word シクシク
May
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comment How close was the Japanese writing system from becoming abolished after World War II?
J. Marshall Unger's Literacy and Script Reform in Occupation Japan does a very good job of covering of post-WII Occupational language reforms in Japan (just don't get the pricey hardcover version).
Dec
25
comment Is メリー mainly used in the set phrase メリークリスマス?
If you use メリー in the context of 私はメリーです, it might be somewhat confusing to the average person. They might think you are saying, "I am Mary/Merry", as if メリー was your name. Perhaps something along the lines of 私はメリーな気持ちを感じられます would be more appropriate?
Dec
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comment Art: What is オブジェ and what is not?
In a much simpler sense, wouldn't it be appropriate to refer "a means to a visionary end" be to the end result of a creative piece? The amalgamation of feeling and expression by the artist, the (final/completed) product itself, the 作品/work (of art)?