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Dis Mos Mielies Corn Field
South Africa

This is a typical corn field in South Africa, where corn is known as mielies (pronounced mee-lees) in the local Africaans language. Signs are aften seen next to these fields saying "Dis Mos Mielies" (translated "Its corn of course" ).

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Uploaded: 11/03/2013
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