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>Apparently one of my habits that is an eccentricity here (where I live, in
>the US) is a common behavior of Kazak children - that when I'm walking with
>someone, and we separate to pass around an obstacle that block us from each
>other's sight, I say "hello" again upon meeting on the other side.

In the early 20th century in the USA, people in this situation would say
"bread and butter". No, I've no idea as to the origin, though te action of
being seperated by an object was considered bad luck.

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