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Term: Bull-roarer

DEFINITION:
A tool used in rituals by the Aboriginal people of Australia. It consists of a small piece of wood tied to the end of a string. When swung through the air it produces a buzzy, humming sound. Shown being used as a signaling and communications device in the film Crocodile Dundee.
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