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🇯🇵 | Fukai won the first victory in the Makushita with all seven wins "I got the best sumo at the end"

Fukai, who defeated Kita no Waka (right) in the photo, decides to win the Makushita (photographed by Takao Sonoda)

Fukai won all seven races and won the first victory in the Makushita "I got the best sumo at the end"

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There are many Makushita in the room, and Ishizaki et al.

"Ozumou Autumn Place, Day 13" (24th, Ryogoku Kokugikan) The 42nd Fukai (24) = Takasago = in the north of the eastern Makushita (octagonal ... → Continue reading

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CompetitionWhat's a bear?Chengyu-Four character idiomatic compoundsXNUM X ones.

Originally"Poetry"of衛This is the expression used in the Kaze / Kiiku edition.衛 OfWu GongIt is an expression of self-improvement.

There are gangsters, like cuts are like consultations, like cuts like grinding.

(Written) There is a prince who is a boil, and it is like polishing as if it were a boil, as if it were a boil.
(Modern translation) There was an excellent prince (working hard for self-improvement) to cut, to work, to work, to polish.

— "Poetry"衛Wind, Yasuoku

Kiri, 磋, Taku, and Ma are originally expressions that represent the work of processing materials.

  • What is "off"?boneWork to cut and process.
  • What is "game"?ivoryWork to process with.
  • What is "Taku"?ballWork to hit and process.
  • What is "Ma"stoneWork to polish and process.

However, from the above usage of "Shikei", it came to mean "self-improvement", and also became a word meaning "to study with multiple people".[1].

It is a four-character idiom that is also used in Japanese, especially "Takuma(Takuma) "is often used as a male name.


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