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  • n. In Bali, a Hindu scholarly high priest or priestess.


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  • The pedanda, and the woman, whoever she was, or whatever - you've beaten them both. '

    The Gates of Noon

  • 'You know, that priest character, that pedanda - he warned me about the surfers.'

    The Gates of Noon

  • I could taste the resentment on my tongue, and I met the pedanda eye to eye.

    The Gates of Noon

  • I realised that he must be a pedanda, one of the high priests of Ball's own strange Hinduism, and by the look of it a wealthy one.

    The Gates of Noon


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