n.— «Some ginseng hunters and dealers, known as wildcrafters or ‘sangers by the mountain people, fret that the diminishing supply may curtail their ancient practice—and perhaps the economic benefits that it brought to many impoverished areas.» —“In Appalachia, Stalking the Wild Ginseng Gets Tougher” by Felicity Barringer in Fairmont W. Va.,  New York Times May 7, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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