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Problem with the meaning of a phrase

Your interpretation is correct. 確立する is a transitive verb that takes a direct object. As you said, それを refers to manga: In the past, even in Japan, manga was thought to be for children, but Tezuka ...
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What makes the so-called "体言止め" to be independent finite sentences? Why can't other languages have such feature?

Syntactically, I don't feel like there is something particularly interesting going on in a noun phrase forming a sentence. Maybe it's more frequent in Japanese than in English, but that's it. I feel ...
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駆けずり回る etymology

I don't know for certain, but I think that this is actually not using the 〜ず (negative) verb form at all, but actually comes from the verb 駆けづる (aka 駆けずる) (dictionary link) which is a rarely-used word ...
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この仕事が無事に_ _ ⊛ _、心から感謝している。

Perhaps you've missed the cleft sentence grammar? This is a combination of the following two patterns: A(だ)からB ⟶ BのはA(だ)からだ ("It's because (of) A that B") (A cleft sentence where the reason ...
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What does 本当のところ means in this context?

「本当のところ」can be replaced 「実際には」「実際のところ」in this context.
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