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|Issue Date:||01 Nov 2015|
|Description:||Genre: Medicine/huru: Teresia Nona, kampong Wolo Habi, desa Maluriwu, tells about her huru, h'uru sau' ('huru' dog). The cure to 'huru sau' uses hairs from dog tail, lontar and 'kaliraga' root. The ingredients are chewed together with betel (sirih pinang) and then applied to where it hurts, five times on one occasion. The symptoms are not described here, but she mentions 'ate' later when she mentions all the 'huru' that she has inherited from her mother (BI. pusaka, Ple. ndaju, incl. 'huru welu'). Recorded by Ebbe (Pidhu) at Nona's home late in the Sunday afternoon 1 Nov -15 with the loud AT Lavelier microphone. Present were also grandchildren (?) Virsen, Belfas and Wera, and another young woman is also heard. Nona also told two fairy tales on the same occasion.|
|Appears in Collections:||Stefan Danerek Collection - Palu'e Audio|
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