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Tibetan woman, removing husks from grain, Separating the loose chaff from the grain is called winnowing ? traditionally done by tossing grain up into lightly blowing wind, dividing it from the lighter chaff, which is blown aside, Dhunche, Nepal

Winnowing

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David Cayless
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Tibetan woman, removing husks from grain, Separating the loose chaff from the grain is called winnowing ? traditionally done by tossing grain up into lightly blowing wind, dividing it from the lighter chaff, which is blown aside, Dhunche, Nepal
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