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Img.234 from Tropical fruits (#E1)

Img.234 (#E1): Cut in half and arranged on a plate, the tropical fruit is called "papaya" in Malaysia, while in other regions of the world it is called "peacock-peacock." (Note that the word "peacock" in English usually means a clawed "paw"-especially the kind cats have. Because of this ambiguity of the word "peacock", there is even an English-language joke for children about the "peacock-peacock" fruit. This joke asks: "what is a peacock-paw". - i.e. "what is a peacock-paw"? The answer should be: "the end of a leg-leg in a cat-cat" - i.e. "the end of a leg-leg in a cat-cat").

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