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Rind

In Norse mythology, the giantess Rind was the mother of Vali by Odin (though she was unwilling to lay with him at first). She was a daughter of Billing.


In botany, a rind is the thick outer skin of various structures such as fruit. The term can refer to skins of other things such as cheese.



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