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I was reading, and one line came up as

人の上には〇てぬぞ

and for the life of me, I can't figure out what the sixth character is supposed to be. Because of font, I thought it might be a way of writing 之 , but that doesn't seem to make sense with the rest of the sentence. The full line is

よく聞け、下の者の気持ちも知らねば、人の上には〇てぬぞ

Picture of line of Japanese writing: "人の上には?てぬぞ”

  • It is 立. (I need more text to finish this comment) – droooze May 5 '18 at 18:40
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As @droooze says in the comment section, this is a cursive rendering of 立 (see here or here).

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