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“In the last class I taught I teach infrequently, so I get to think a lot about it between occasions, I taught the three standard openings to yokomen uchi, which is a sideways strike to the head, cousin to the roundhouse or a hook.”
“One evidence of this control is furnished in the establishment of an office called uchi-tsu-miyake in addition to the chinju-fu already spoken of.”
“In the phenomena of our daily life we understand "uchi" (house) as "uchi" (inside).”
“He works in the company, "uchi," for his entire life, bringing about congenial human relations between the worker and his employer.”
“Restricted by the concept of "uchi" (house), the Japanese have not been westernized in the sense of adopting a community life, something which is individualistic and social.”
“By "uchi" (inside), one can understand the entity of a family as a relationship without any fences, separated only from the outside world.”
“You cannot find in the European or American languages such a word which designates the difference between "uchi" (inside) and "soto" (outside).”
“Mr. Ben Ali banned Ennahdha in 1992, sending its leader, Rachid Ghanno uchi, into London exile.”
“Oni wa soto, fuku wa uchi (devils out, fortune in)”
“I suspect this is less about tatemae/honne than a digital attempt to salvage the uchi/soto relationship: all of her friends know what her nickname is, and she theirs, but all have the option of not letting outsiders know specifically who they are.”
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