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palama

(ˈpæləmə)
n
the webbing on a bird's feet
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"Changing people's lives is the best bit about this for me," said Darren, a former WAKO GB kickboxing coach, who has four children, Macauley, 21, Courtney, 19, Megan, 17, Nathan, 16, and stepdaughters Virginia and Palama, 15.
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