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A '''DiHnaq''' was a [[Klingon]] cultural item. It fit's the lady of the house's right wrist. It was a symbol of her household control. When the lady of the house is out, the DiHnaq would hang on a chain over the inner door at the main house. ({{n|DS9|sub=The Left Hand of Destiny|The Left Hand of Destiny, Book One{{!}}Book One|The Left Hand of Destiny, Book Two{{!}}Book Two}})
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A '''DiHnaq''' was a [[Klingon]] cultural item. It fitted the lady of the house's right wrist. It was a symbol of her household control. When the lady of the house was out, the DiHnaq would hang on a chain over the inner door at the main house. ({{n|DS9|sub=The Left Hand of Destiny|The Left Hand of Destiny, Book One{{!}}Book One|The Left Hand of Destiny, Book Two{{!}}Book Two}})
   
 
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A DiHnaq was a Klingon cultural item. It fitted the lady of the house's right wrist. It was a symbol of her household control. When the lady of the house was out, the DiHnaq would hang on a chain over the inner door at the main house. (DS9 - The Left Hand of Destiny novels: Book One, Book Two)


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