"Where's that superstition from?" "Call it folk wisdom."
The ordinary people had their livelihood in farming rice.
She is attached to the general affairs section.
His humble background parallels that of his predecessor.
The people followed the dictator like so many sheep.
From a humble background, John achieved worldwide fame.
If you watch this TV drama, you will understand the lives of ordinary people in the Edo Age very well.
No matter how much I rush it, miscellaneous work keeps piling up and I can't catch up with it.
Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by the rulers as useful.
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