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"We call it taro," one of the nearest group answered, greatly to our surprise, in perfectly good and clear English.
A very long time ago there lived in Japan a young fisherman named Urashima Taro.
Monckton, meanwhile, had made a raid on the native gardens and brought in quite a lot of taro.
A bushel of candle-nuts, and about the same quantity of taro and patara roots, completed our winter supplies.
THE ISLAND HOMERICHARD ARCHER
Morton has, among other things, made a couple of nets, and a mortar and pestle for pounding bread-fruit and taro.
THE ISLAND HOMERICHARD ARCHER
The bursting skin of the taro revealed the rich mealy interior, and eloquently proclaimed its readiness to be eaten.
THE ISLAND HOMERICHARD ARCHER
They were the famous Taro cards, but Sylvia did not know that.
THE CHINK IN THE ARMOURMARIE BELLOC LOWNDES
Soon we struck off to the south, and passing through taro plantations, began to ascend the slopes of the island.
To Taro's great joy, he made a lucky hit, and won the extra piece of candy; he felt that the fair had begun very well for him.
The day before Taro had pounded a piece of glass up fine and mixed it with glue.

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