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(Contributed by: Barrett of east chapel hill high school on 1/20/07)

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(Contributed by: ߡ of east chapel hill high school on 1/20/07)

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(Contributed by: ʥ of east chapel hill high school on 1/20/07)

Think of the goods(hin) as still in crates, stacked up at the warehouse.

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(Contributed by: Ben Riemersma of EMU on 9/17/08)

I remember the kanji "hin" by thinking of a merchant who is trying to sell you goods, a merchant will show you all of his goods that you can choose from, before you make a purchase.

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(Contributed by: Channing Rapnicki of Eastern Michigan University on 9/28/08)

Looks either like the top of three rings, or the finger hole of three rings. Since means goods and/or refinement, the rings work perfectly for remembering the meaning of because they represent both goods, as in items you can own, and refinement, as in refined taste or beauty.

(Contributed by: 롼إ of Eastern Michigan University on 9/28/08)

Looks like a fruit stand displaying the good at the market

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(Contributed by: Deonna Johnson of Eastern Michigan University on 9/30/08)

This is my 2nd Post With picture

Looks either like the top of three rings, or the finger hole of three rings. Since means goods and/or refinement, the rings work perfectly for remembering the meaning of because they represent both goods, as in items you can own, and refinement, as in refined taste or beauty.

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(Contributed by: 롼إ of Eastern Michigan University on 10/6/08)

The Kanji goods, refinement is pretty simple and easy to remember because it looks like boxes in a warehouse that represent goods in a warehouse.

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(Contributed by: India Carlisle of Eas on 10/11/08)

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