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- (Sêndâ-saterê) pâmbotï
- The undergrowth on either side of him ripped with a noise like torn canvas, and the saplings that he heaved away right and left with his shoulders sprang back again and banged him on the flank, and great trails of creepers, all matted together, hung from his tusks as he threw his head from side to side and plowed out his pathway. — (Rudyard Kipling, The Jungle Book)
- Pull over onto the shoulder, as far to the right as possible.
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