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crushed sugar cane or beet refuse from sugar making.
paper made from fibers of bagasse.
Historical Examples

With 30 pounds of bagasse per 100 pounds of cane, no other fuel should be required.
Industrial Cuba Robert P. Porter

the pulp remaining after the extraction of juice from sugar cane or similar plants: used as fuel and for making paper, etc
Also called megass, megasse. a type of paper made from bagasse fibres


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