Odeng, man's headcloth. Formed of a triangle of cream cotton cloth with a border along two edges of discontinuous supplementary weft, songket, chiefly in white and with a row of motifs in a variety of colours interspersed at regular intervals towards the outer edge of the border. Worn folded to warp around the head.
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marker; shooting equipment
water pipe; pipe bowl (pipe (narcotics & intoxicants: smoking))
pipe (narcotics & intoxicants: smoking)
water containers (containers (containers)); lid (containers)
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