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In earlier days a waterbag was also used. This consisted of a piece of buckskin stretched over a hoop to form a bottom, with the ends of the buckskin brought upward and secured to a very small hoop for an orifice. It was called tqo azis, waterbag, or tqo abid, water paunch, as later the paunch of a cow or sheep was employed instead of buckskin. The modern bottle is tqozis?

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