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n., Common, long, brown seaweeds (Sargassum echinocarpum), their stems covered with short branches, bearing rather stiff, twisted, more or less toothed, narrow leaves. Rarely eaten raw because of toughness (though edible); used in ceremonies to drive away sickness and to obtain forgiveness (see kala #1).

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