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themonk
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gung ho employees

Post by themonk » Mon 03.05.2012 9:23 pm

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I am reading an article commenting on a term describing typical Japanese employees, moretsu shain.

I kind of guessed the "employee" part, but have no clue about "moretsu." Any idea? Thank you. It meaned the the true meaning of the word is fury, violence, if that might trigger your thoughts.

SomeCallMeChris
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Re: gung ho employees

Post by SomeCallMeChris » Mon 03.05.2012 11:16 pm


themonk
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Re: gung ho employees

Post by themonk » Thu 03.08.2012 12:36 am

Thanks, SomeCallMeChris. That is it. You were able to put that long vowel into the spelling and got it for me.

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