A dictionary of basic Japanese grammar = [Nihongo kihon by Seiichi Makino, Michio Tsutsui

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He voluntarily gave up the priesthood, retaining a commitment to celibacy. (Times) And in this? There has been little understanding of the source of abuse: paedophiles’ exploitation of the power and authority of the priesthood and their convenient though erroneous belief that sexually tampering with children does not necessarily undermine vows of celibacy. (Stephen Bates, religious correspondent of the Guardian) But to be precise: a paedophile priest who sexually abuses children does not break his vow of celibacy since he remains unmarried.

Sunday Times) They both had ambivalent attitudes in their behaviour to one another. (Elizabeth Jane Howard) In the following example both is wrong for another reason: it should refer to two things not three: Both Disney, the revisionists…and the commentators have tended to snuff out the life of the tales. (AS Byatt) bottle see rhyming slang Boudicca for the ancient British queen, not Boadicea breach, breech breach of promise but breech birth, delivery (so-called because the buttocks come first) A-Z 39 briar not brier bristols see rhyming slang brussels sprouts no cap or apostrophe bug see bacterium, bug, microbe, virus bunch an American import, means cluster: Many non-traditional churches share a bunch of beliefs.

Chaste the original word meaning abstaining from sex: A-Z 49 A small number of members [of Opus Dei] take vows of chastity, live in sex-segregated communities and give much of their income to Opus. (Guardian) Fr Mantero said he discovered he was gay when he fell in love with a man eight years ago. He stuck to his vows of chastity, however, until two years ago. (Guardian) chateau, chateaux the circumflex accent is not necessary. chauffeured not chauffered chauvinist an extreme nationalist (from the fictional character Nicolas Chauvin, one of Napoleon’s veterans), an excessive advocate of any cause or—the most common meaning today—a sexist (originally male chauvinist Pig).

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