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sago

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsagosa‧go /ˈseɪɡəʊ $ -ɡoʊ/ noun [uncountable] British English  DFCsmall white grains obtained from some palm trees, used to make sweet dishes with milk
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sagoWe had tomato soup for dinner, followed by roast beef and sago pudding, served airline-style on a tray.Fever: Milk, arrowroot, sago, eggs, tea and sugar, with bread.Those who were fortunate enough to be in the sick wards were given sago, or rice pudding instead.Rice was their basic food and their most important food crop, far ahead of maize, taro or sago.
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