lungan


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lungan

(ˈlʌŋɡən)
n
(Plants) another name for longan
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Lyndon Aspacio, the PDEA Western Mindanao chief, said suspect Badang Awal Abdul, a resident of Sitio Lungan Gihtung in Barangay Lagasan, yielded some 300 grams of the white crystalline substance when arrested by elements of PDEA Tawi-Tawi provincial office.
16] Lungan Zhang, Liangxiao Jiang, Chaoqun Li and Ganggang Kong, "Two feature weighting approaches for naive Bayes text classifiers," Knowledge-Based Systems, vol.
Lungan, Random integral equations on time scales, Opuscula Math.
However, such an assumption is probably not even necessary, as the existence of an East Dusun cognate lungan is documented in a 100-year old article of Te Wechel's (1915:51), where he reports the following incident from the village of Buntok: "In the village there was a person who, having recovered from a long-term illness, promised to sacrifice to all the Gods, and because the Dayak--especially those in West Dusun--sometimes claim that the earth and the air consist of 7 lapis or floors, our Buntok man constructs a bamboo scaffold--a lungan bulau or gold field--but with 8 floors, out of fear of missing one heaven.
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46) Namely Altolf, Amanolf, Erphung, Iungman, Herimot, Lungan and Attaman.
We walk to a stunning hamlet called Pa Lungan and the wonderful Batu Ritung Lodge, run by Nabun Aram and Supang Galih, who cook using ingredients from the jungle supermarket that surrounds their home.
When all the Huli had gathered, Lungan and Langan sacrificed the pigs [sic], calling out Nigini (Sun) and Ninnei' (moon?
Qinggan jiaoyu lungan (Affective education: An outline) Nanking: Nanjing Publication.
Harrisson's mission was clearly successful, as the Kelabits later fought alongside the British against the Japanese, who had advanced as far as Pa Lungan, four hours' walk from Bario.
now in her late seventies, was living at the village of Pa' Lungan when Christianity first "arrived" in the Kelabit Highlands.
From there, he traveled north to Pa' Lungan, before returning south, visiting Kelabit longhouses at Pa' Umor, Pa' Mein, Pa' Mada, Pa' Bengar, Pa' Dalih, Batu Patong, and Rumudu--visiting nearly all the settlements in the highlands (Figures 1 and 2).