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Cultural VariationsPlay
Braids can signify cultural heritage, like Native American or African hairstyles. SlideHer Cherokee heritage was visible in the intricate braid pattern.
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Beyond Three StrandsPlay
While traditionally three strands, braids can have more for complexity, like a five-strand braid. SlideThe elaborate braid required dividing her hair into five equal parts.
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Not Just HairPlay
Braid can refer to intertwined materials like wires or fibers, not only hair. SlideHe fixed the broken toy with a strong braid of wire.