Tarzan the Terrible

By Edgar Rice Burroughs

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Mountain

Waz. Black.
Waz-don. The hairy black men of Pal-ul-don.
Waz-ho-don
(black white men). A mixed race

Xot. One thousand.

Yo. Friend.

Za. Girl.

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