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Unformatted text preview: Please do not copy, cite, reproduce or circulate without the permission of Cheong Lee Peng, CLS, NUS &#2; Lesson 4.4 (Page 33) http://breeze.nus.edu.sg/lesson4d/ yun u shng u din u zh & o wng u l o & sh u gng u zu u ji u 4.4-1 yun u a person engaged in field of an activity; member Pictograph: a cauldron similar to with a circle shown above the rim to emphasis roundness - originally meant round ; this character closely resembled character for cowries at one point; hence bottom is now http://lost-theory.org/ocrat/chargif/char/d4b1.html f w yun attendant hu yun member Please do not copy, cite, reproduce or circulate without the permission of Cheong Lee Peng, CLS, NUS http://www.bluetec.com.cn/asp/mymandarin/bishun/bish un2.htm e & 27e 4.4-2 discuss; business To know each section from the inside out http://lost-theory.org/ocrat/chargif/char/c9cc.html shng h rn h : businessman http://www.bluetec.com.cn/asp/mymandarin/bishun/bishun.htm e & 27+e 4.4-3 din i...
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