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I have been looking for the meaning of this

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I can't seem to find its meaning. And I see it being used a lot. Is it even a kanji, or is it just an expression?

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This is the hiragana そ. You may be confused because of the font.

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    FWIW, there are two ways of writing the character: either with one stroke, or two strokes. The one-stroke way is what is taught to schoolchildren these days, and the one you're most likely to run across in printed text. The question has the two-stroke variant. (Me? I find the two-stroke one to be easier to handwrite.) – oals Nov 27 '16 at 21:37

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