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Mr. Hearn demonstrates how hemp fibre, or oakum, was formed into rope by rolling the fibre briskly between the hands. Richard Kissoon of Trinidad, a PhD student in kinesiology (right), smells the hemp, which is treated with pine tar for waterproofing.

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