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It's Wednesday in Hinche Haiti, "Jou Marchée". An old lady came from the countryside with a 'Makout' filled with avocados for sale, 6 avocados for 25 gourdes, she has no idea that there is dangerous storm coming. Sitting next to her is another peyizan selling 'zoranj su' (bitter

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