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I will cook, and I’m setting up a fall table with leaf and gourd decorations and a sweet pecan pie candle.
A gourd is tied to an upper branch of a palm which is then tapped and the sap drops into the vessel.
This was probably the Wild Vine or gourd which the young prophet gathered, and which produced "death in the pot."
THE ROMANCE OF PLANT LIFEG. F. SCOTT ELLIOT
Then a gourd comes up over Jonah and protects him from the sun, but the next day it withers.
MY RELIGIONLEO TOLSTOY
He lifted a smiling moonlit face; his half-suppressed laugh echoed gurglingly in the gourd.
THE MOONSHINERS AT HOHO-HEBEE FALLSCHARLES EGBERT CRADDOCK (AKA MARY NOAILLES MURFREE)
Suddenly the old man raised his lean hand, shaking a gourd filled with pebbles, and began softly to chant.
THE HEART OF THE DESERTHONOR WILLSIE MORROW
When the liquor has twice boiled, they pour it into a jar, and in cooling it use the half of a gourd.
Cucurbit, kū′kur-bit, n. a chemical vessel used in distillation, originally shaped like a gourd.
The gourd called churakhai, palmyra fruit, and palmyra jaggery are taboo to the Nambūtiri at all times.
A candle was lighted, and introduced through a hole at the bottom of the gourd, and all mounted upon a pole some ten feet long.

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