You may ignore the following paragraph. I wrote it because many users seem to be interested in the historical aspects of the language. Most traditionally, the common way to make a bullet list was to use the kanji number one, which is 「一」, on top of each item of the list. It is not 「一、二、三、四, etc.」 but all 「一's」. For this usage, 「一」 is read 「ひとつ」 and not 「...


like the way a police officer or soldier would say? I think the most common phrase they use is... 「[回]{まわ}れ[右]{みぎ}!」

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