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Shredding Sisal : Stock Photo
Sisal, or hemp, being shredded by hand using two machetes driven into the ground. The shreds are then made into rope.

Shredding Sisal

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Evans
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Sisal, or hemp, being shredded by hand using two machetes driven into the ground. The shreds are then made into rope.
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Hulton Archive
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