There were, perhaps, fifty Dyaks
and Malays--fierce, barbaric men; mostly naked to the waist, or with war-coats of brilliant colors.
It is little wonder that they nicknamed him "Tuan Tabam" - Dyak
for "Lord Medicine".
The social indictment of an unmarried Dyak
girl with child is grounded on the general repercussions: "it is offensive to the higher powers, who, instead of always chastising the culprits, punish the tribe by visiting its members with misfortunes" (Frazer, 1913: 48).
The meeting was opened in the Dining hall (Stolovaya izba) in the presence of Sovereign, and Fyodor Likhachev, the Keeper of the Seal and dyak
(clerk) of the Boyarskaya Duma, gave a speech.
The majority of Malaysians are ethnic Malay, followed by Chinese, Indians, and the pribumi, or indigenous inhabitants, comprising the Senoi and Temiar of Peninsula Malaysia and groups like the Dyak
of Sarawak and the Kadazan of Sabah located on the island of Borneo.
Israeli forces raided a store belonging to Salah Abu Dyak
in Silet al-Thaher village, south of Jenin, searched it and interrogated him before leaving.
While he was there he made friends with the headhunting Dyak
tribe who "adopted" him as their friend.
This inspired him to found the National Network for Youth, which not only established a voice on public policy, but also gave Dyak
a foot in the door to the inner sanctum of decision makers in entertainment and on Capitol Hill.
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There he was sponsored by Brooke, an English adventurer who had been awarded control of the state by the Sultan of Brunei in 1841 after helping to suppress a Dyak
This is the legendary, ancient home of Dyak
In that parade were Dyak
headhunters and Indian lancers, while camel troops stirred reporters to near delerium.