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Then the groom meets the bride who stands in the moonlight, who has been braided with her Water Rings, together with those who belong to her future husband. Then the unmarried women of the sietch perform the wedding dance and chanting, which, according to Pardot Kynes perhaps symbolized the Coriolis storms.
Then the Sayyadina would speak to the groom in Chakobsa, and the groom would respond