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  • Swahili - punga pepo, - toa pepo, - lema pepo; Zaramo kuhunga madogoli. back

    Societies, Religion, and History: Central East Tanzanians and the World They Created, c. 200 BCE to 1800 CE

  • As he passed through the shadows cast by the feathery branches of a punga tree, he became a tiger, padding toward her on all fours.

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  • He ducked beneath the shaggy branch of a punga tree, chagrined to realize he had made yet another loop past the hut.

    Once An Angel

  • He turned his head to find a lean figure squatting beneath the shadow of a punga tree.

    Once An Angel

  • The festival was expected to attract 15,000 people who would sample traditional wild foods such as live and cooked huhu grubs, whitebait, locusts, grasshoppers and crickets, worm truffles, deep fried shark, pickled and raw punga. - Stuff

  • About 13,500 festival-goers feasted from more than 80 stalls on over 10,000 whitebait patties, "westcargots" - snails in garlic butter - duck giblets, mountain oysters, exotic sausages, huhu grubs, pickled and raw punga and wasp-larvae icecream. - Stuff

  • The bubbling punga stumps and lit toadstools were of great effect.?


  • Nu stiu daca se intelege descrierea in Ingrish de pe punga de ceai, dar ultima fraza este:

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