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Subject: Meaning of "Sarasa"
Author: Nanaea   (Authenticated as Nanaea)
Date: September 18, 2002 at 12:18:33 PM
Reply to: meaning by Agata
"Sarasa" is a name derived from the Japanese word for "chintz" -- a printed cotton material used for formal tea-ceremonies in Japan. "Sarasa" is also the name given to a summer-blooming flower in Japan, because the flower's petals resemble cotton printed with red and white stripes.

-- Nanaea

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