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These cover them from top to toe, and are called _carasas_ [_kalasag_].
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These cover them from top to toe, and are called carasas [kalasag].
Instead, people used kalasag (shields), pakipak (bamboo instruments), and gayang (spear) in producing sounds, Longan pointed out.
Slide 17: Ephesians 6: 16 • 16 Taglayin ninyong lagi ang kalasag ng pananalig kay Cristo, bilang panangga't pamatay sa lahat ng nagliliyab na palaso ng Masama.