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 n.— «This praise song was written for the panman/To all those who has shown their dedication/Out of yesterday’s rejection/Onward to a new perfection/From a hunger came a feel/From that feel we shape the steel/So we sing a song of praise for those who/Help to clear the path so we could see through/So that we children, they have source/To put every Trinbagonian on course/Out of a muddy pond/10,000 flowers bloom.» —“A Praise Song (for the PanMan)” by David Rudder in song , 1987. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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