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Honne

A Japanese word for a person's true feelings. Because it may conflict with social necessities and expectations, honne is often kept secret from all except one's closest confidantes. Honne contrasts with tatemae, which corresponds to the feelings one displays in public.
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Honne are another act with massive crossover potential and their futuristic soul music gets everyone dancing.
Tenders are invited for palamuru-rangareddy lift irrigaiton scheme-drilling bore holes for collection of core samples(undisturbed)along the alignment including logging and labelling, supplying in honne wood core boxes, transportation and furnishing the gsi reports of samples for tunnel alignment locations from narlapur reservoir to yedula reservoir in palamuru-rangareddy lift irrigation scheme in mahabubnagar district
Also among the line-up for the September weekend are Julio Bashmore, The Riptide Movement, The 2 RBears, 18-year-old Derry star SOAK, American soulsters Dawes, Canadian post-punk band Viet Cong, English pianist Benjamin Clementine, five-piece London band Fat White Family, Honne, Kwamie Liv and Brighton-based pop quintet Fickle Friends.
xvii) "op elke plek, op elke pad word ons in onse gasig gavat soes hasies voo' die honne moet ons ma' bly spat moet baledagings word ons afgamat" (Kitaar 70)
Mimura's script pointed in that direction; however, Yamanaka strived for honne, i.
These images also subtly hint at suburban racist anxieties about "die swart gevaar" ("hoekom blaf daai honne by die hekke van Paradise?
Maher repeatedly said that frank exposition of issues, and not separation of honne (one's true opinions) from tatemae (public stance), is necessary for the practical resolution of the Futenma issue.
See Wilson, supra note 1, at 850 (noting the Japanese concepts of tatemae and honne, two principles that connote the official version of how things are--the desired appearance--and the truth of the situation, respectively).
Cwyra dipyn ar honne 'te," meddai nhad wedyn, ac aeth i nol clap o gw*#x02C6;yr gwenyn.
Notably, her schooling was split between attending Fartown Secondary School and Gloster school in Honne, Germany (where she lived for a short time with her sister and brother-in-law, who were in the Army).
Die karakter oom Honne verwoord die algemene opvatting van mense in die begin van die twintigste eeu: "Moenie laat die kerel ons vandag hier om die bos lei nie, met sy uitlandse bogpraatjies nie" (p.
To function as a Japanese adult involves an ability to accurately discern this distinction between honne [truly personal sentiment] and tatemae [socially appropriate facade] (see Doi 1986).