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Is this an old, alternate or incorrect way of writing 考?

Glyphwiki has as an alternative glyph of 考󠄂, so it looks like more than one person write the character that way. I have never seen that, but perhaps it might not be so rare in calligraphy? (Bear in ...
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Is this an old, alternate or incorrect way of writing 考?

考(father) has similar meaning and pronunciation with 老(old men in family) in its original usage in Chinese. It's written like or in 《說文解字》. The ㄎ part is a cane or walking STICK supporting an old ...
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Difference between 送信 and 送付

Basically, 送信 is used with intangible objects (signal, data, information, etc.), whereas 送付 is used with tangible objects (paper letters, books, goods, products, etc.). When you send something ...
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A kanji with 108 strokes

It's not a kanji, either in Japan or in Taiwan. Such kanji-looking shape(works) is a painting in east cultures. It's composed of a phrase or a sentence, so as its pronunciation (long). The trick or ...
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Can "小畑" be read as "Emiriya", and how?

That #names function of jisho.org has been severely broken (or tainted) for a long time, and you should not believe anything from it. See this discussion. I am surprised that jisho.org still hasn't ...
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Can "小畑" be read as "Emiriya", and how?

小畑 is not normally read as Emiriya. I'm pretty sure it's just a mistake - an artifact made during format conversion or something. That said, I believe there is no statutory regulation on readings of ...

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