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harambee

(ˌhɑːrɑːmˈbeɪ)
n
1. a work chant used on the E African coast
2. a rallying cry used in Kenya
interj
a cry of harambee
[Swahili: pull together]
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Its counterpart in foreign cultures are gotong royong in Malaysia and Indonesia, harambee in Africa, and the American barn raising.
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