senge

'entering transformation', dying
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Senge

Senge transitive verb To singe. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Senge

• (v. t.) To singe.
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Senge

Senge is an a capella vocal group from southern Madagascar. The group was formed as a male trio that performed the beko polyharmonic style of the Tandroy people, occasionally accompanied by an eight-piece acoustic band featuring traditional instruments, rhythms and harmonies. ...
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