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[Rest in Landscape]Uses: As whip thongs, window blind cords, sash cords (generally
with hearts) girdles & ornamental cords. Made of flexible rushes
f or "shorts" it forms a Cassava Press (Rev. J. G. Nood's explana-
tory Index to C. Waterton's "Wanderings in S. America" 6 v ed. 1882.
p 51. col 1. The cassava ^root Jatropha manihot, = manioc) is scraped
& put ins & shredded, & the stuff put in the tube, which is
then pulled & is thereby compressed, pressing out the juice.
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