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(a) a stool. (b) Ngeka (a game). (c) palm-rib as children's toy. (d) knife for tattooing. (e) fish trap. (f) Hoe. (g) Crowbar. (h) method of fixing a roof timber. (i) sliding door in the hut.
(a) antilope horns with feathers. (b) Minke. (c) Ndawayowo (protection against snakes). (d) two medicines for protection against theft of agricultural produce. (e) Protextion against snakes.
(a) musical instrument. (b) drum for dancing. (c) Guitar (d) Box for smoking.
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