Let’s say you encountered this sentence:
You likely know 新聞 as shinbun (newspaper, new + hearsay), so you could read the whole sentence, except perhaps for one troublesome character smack-dab in the center. Trying to work around it, you would have this:
Shinbun wa anata no ___ ni arimasu.
The newspaper is in your … driveway? Birdcage? Thoughts?
Looking at the components of 脇 might help. The “flesh” radical, 月, almost always tells us that we’re talking about the body. So the newspaper is somewhere in your body?!
As for 力, that means “power.” In fact, it was originally a pictograph of a bulging bicep. So we have a body with three biceps!
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