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pachak

(ˈpʌtʃək)
n
(Plants) the fragrant roots of an Asian plant, used as incense
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The skeleton of Seitaad was discovered protruding from the multicolored cliffs of Navajo Sandstone in 2004 by local historian and artist, Joe Pachak, while hiking in the Comb Ridge area near Bluff, Utah.
male and female slaves, which they take in quantities, white sandalwood, pepper, quicksilver, vermilion, opium, azernefe, cloves, mace, nutmeg, wide and narrow muslins, and Kling cloths in the fashion of Siam, camlets, rosewater, carpets, brocades from Cambay, white cowries, wax, Borneo camphor, pachak which are roots like dry rampion, [and] gall-nuts (gualhas).
One such monk is Pha Pachak, who in order to protect forests from loggers wrapped saffron monk's cloth around imperiled trees and blessed them.
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