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Abdul Latif bin Haji Ibrahim, Dr Haji

2003a Brunei Darussalam. Rantisan Sejarah dan Budaya [Brunei: History and Culture Narration].

2003b Melayu Islam Beraja Melayu Islam Beraja (Malay Islamic Monarchy, MIB) is the adopted national philosophy of Negara Brunei Darussalam. MIB was officially proclaimed as the national philosophy of Brunei on the day of its independence on January 1 1984 by Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah. . Pengantar Uraian [Malay Islamic Monarchy: Introductory Description].

2003c Issues in Brunei Darussalam. Three books by Dr Haji Abdul Latif bin Haji Ibrahim, honorary secretary of the Brunei Historical Society, officially launched at the Pusat Dakwah Islamiah in Berakas on Tuesday 8 July 2003 (Borneo Bulletin The Borneo Bulletin is a daily English-language newspaper in Brunei. It is published by Brunei Press, which also publishes a Malay-language daily, Media Permata. , online version, Monday 14.7.2003 :hl 5.htm; translations of titles as given there).

Adam, Jumaat H.

2002 Population Structure of Nepenthes from Adjacent Area [thus] of Taman Tun TUN, measure. A vessel of wine or oil, containing four hogsheads.  Fuad Stephen [sic] in Kota Kinabalu Kota Kinabalu (kōt`ə kĭn'əbəl`), formerly Jesselton, town (1991 pop. , Sabah. Sarawak Museum The Sarawak Museum is the oldest museum in Borneo. It was established in 1888 and opened in 1891 in a purpose-built building in Kuching, Sarawak. Sponsored by Charles Brooke, the second White Rajah of Sarawak, the establishment of the museum was strongly encouraged by Alfred Russel  Journal Volume LVII, No 78 (New Series):283-298.

Aiba, S. I. and K. Kitayama

2002 Effects of the 1997-98 El Nino Drought on Rain Forests of Mount Kinabalu Mount Kinabalu (Malay: Gunung Kinabalu) is a prominent mountain in Southeast Asia. It is located in Kinabalu National Park (a World Heritage Site) in the east Malaysian state of Sabah, which is on the island of Borneo in the tropics. , Borneo. Journal of Tropical Ecology 18:215-230. The source for this reference (and many others of similar type in this list) is Professor C. Sather.

Airriess, Christopher A.

2003 The Ecologies of Kuala and Muara Settlements in the Pre-Modern Malay Culture World. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society The Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland (RAS) was, according to its Royal Charter of August 11, 1824, established to further "the investigation of subjects connected with and for the encouragement of science, literature and the arts in relation to Asia.  Volume LXXVI, Part 1:81-98.

Akiyama, H. and M. Suleiman

2001 The Bryophyte bryophyte

Any of the green, seedless land plants that make up the division Bryophyta, numbering at least 18,000 species and divided into three classes: mosses, liverworts, and hornworts.
 Flora of Kinabalu National Park Kinabalu National Park or Taman Negara Kinabalu in Malay, established as one of the first national parks of Malaysia in 1964, is Malaysia's first World Heritage Site designated by UNESCO in December 2000 for its "outstanding universal values" and the role as one of the most  (Sabah, Malaysia), Based on the Collections by Japan-Malaysia Collaborative Expedition in 1997. Bull. Mus. Nat. Human Act. Hyogo 6:83-99.

Al Israk

2003 Tanjung Kidurong Tanjung Kidurong is a small port town in the Bintulu Division of Sarawak, Malaysia. External Link
  • Tanjung Kidurong


    
 ke Sungai Baram: Kronologi Penyerahan. Pelita Brunei (Aneka section), 13 Ogos 2003:2, 15. Malay language Malay language: see Malayo-Polynesian languages.
Malay language

Austronesian language with some 33 million first-language speakers in the Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Borneo, and other parts of Indonesia and Malaysia.
 essay based on original documentation. Subject matter: the Sarawak takeover of Baram District.

Alexander, Jennifer; and Alexander, Paul

2002 Gender and Ethnic Identity among the Lahanans of Sarawak. Pp. 457-574, IN: G. Benjamin and C. Chou, eds., Tribal Communities in the Malay World The Malay World refers to the Malay cultural and linguistic sphere of influence, covering the archipelago of modern-day Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, the southernmost part of Thailand, the Philippines, Brunei, East Timor and occasionally New Guinea. , Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies Southeast Asian Studies refers to research and education on the language, culture, and history of the different states and ethnic groups of Southeast Asia. External links
  • Resources on Southeast Asian Studies
.

Amster, Matthew

2003 Gender Complementarity com·ple·men·tar·i·ty
n.
1. The correspondence or similarity between nucleotides or strands of nucleotides of DNA and RNA molecules that allows precise pairing.

2.
 and Death among the Kelabit . Pp. 251-307, IN: William D. Wilder, ed., Journeys of the Soul." Anthropological Studies of Death, Burial, and Reburial Noun 1. reburial - the act of burying again
reburying

burying, burial - concealing something under the ground
 Practices in Borneo. Phillips, ME: Borneo Research Council, Inc.

Anau, Njau

2003 A History of the Kenyah Leppo' Ke and Nyibun in Pujungan Subdistrict. Pp. 153-174, IN: C. Eghenter, B. Sellato and G. S. Devung, eds., Social Science Research and Conservation Management in the Interior of Borneo. Jakarta: CIFOR CIFOR Center for International Forestry Research (Indonesia) .

Appell, G. N., ed.

1985 Modernization and the Emergence of a Landless land·less  
adj.
Owning or having no land.



landless·ness n.

Adj. 1.
 Peasantry. Essays on the Integration of Peripheries to Socioeconomic Centers. Williamsburg, Virginia Williamsburg is a city located on the Virginia Peninsula in the Hampton Roads region in southeastern Virginia. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 11,998. : Department of Anthropology, College of William and Mary Noun 1. William and Mary - joint monarchs of England; William III and Mary II . Studies in Third World Societies, Publication Number Thirty-Three, September 1985.

2002 Rungus Dusun. IN: Carol R. Ember, Melvin Ember and Ian Skoggard, eds., Encyclopaedia of World Cultures Supplement. New York New York, state, United States
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of
: Macmillan Reference.

Appell, George N. and Laura W. R. Appell

2003 Death among the Rungus Momogun of Sabah, Malaysia: The Dissolution of Personhood per·son·hood  
n.
The state or condition of being a person, especially having those qualities that confer distinct individuality: "finding her own personhood as a campus activist" 
 and Dispersion of the Multiple Souls and Spiritual Counterparts, Pp. 41-119. IN: William D. Wilder, ed., Journeys of the Soul: Anthropological Studies of Death, Burial, and Reburial Practices in Borneo. Phillips, ME: Borneo Research Council, Inc.

Appell, George, Clifford Sather and Reed L. Wadley

2001 Sacred Places Sacred Places


Alph

sacred river in Xanadu. [Br. Poetry: Coleridge “Kubla Kahn”]

Delphi

shrine sacred to Apollo and site of temple and oracle.
, Sacred Sites, and Memorial Groves. IN: V. H. Sutlive et al. eds., The Encyclopaedia of Iban Studies. Kuching: The Tun Jugah Foundation, Volume 3:1628-34. Cited in Sather 2003:243.

Argent ar·gent  
n.
1. Heraldry The metal silver, represented by the color white.

2. Archaic Silver or something resembling it.
, G.

2000 Two Interesting Wild Musa Species (Musaceae) from Sabah, Malaysia. Gard. Bull. Sing. 52:203-210.

Argent, G., A. Saridan, E. J. F. Campbell and P. Wilkie, eds.

1997 Manual of the Larger and More Important Non-Dipterocarp Trees of Central Kalimantan Central Kalimantan (Indonesian: Kalimantan Tengah often abbreviated to Kalteng) is a province of Indonesia, one of four in Kalimantan - the Indonesian part of the island of Borneo. Its provincial capital is Palangkaraya.

The province has a population of 1.
, Indonesia (two volumes). Samarinda: Forest Research Institute, Samarinda, Indonesia. Cited in Pelser Bodegom, and KeBler 1999:15.

Arifin, Karina and Bernard Sellato

2003 Archaeological Survey and Research in Four Subdistricts of Interior East Kalimantan (Pujungan, Kerayan, Malinau, and Kayan Hulu). Pp. 129-139. IN: C. Eghenter, B. Sellato and G. S. Devung, eds., Social Science Research and Conservation Management in the Interior of Borneo. Jakarta: CIFOR.

Ashton, P. S.

2002 Taxonomic Notes on the Tree Flora of Brunei. Gard. Bull. Singapore 54:207-216. Barker, Graeme (and twenty- two others)

2002 The Niah Cave Project: The Third (2002) Season of Fieldwork. Sarawak Museum Journal, Volume LVII, No 78 (New Series):87-178.

Barkman, T. J.

2001 Evolution of Vegetative vegetative /veg·e·ta·tive/ (vej?e-ta?tiv)
1. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of plants.

2. concerned with growth and nutrition, as opposed to reproduction.

3.
 Morphology in Mount Kinabalu High-Elevation Epidemics: Insight from the Orchid Genus Dendrochilum. Sabah Parks Nat. Journal 4:9-24, illus.

Barkman, T. J. and B. B. Simpson

2001 Origin of High-Elevation Dendrochilum Species (Orchidaceae) Endemic to Mount Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. Syst. Bot. 26:658-669.

Barley, Nigel

2002 White Rajah. A Biography of Sir James Brooke. London: Little, Brown.

Barlow, H. S.

2003 Review of R. H .W. Reece, ed., A Botanist in Borneo. Hugh Low's Sarawak Journals', 1844-1846 (with notes on Hugh Low's Plant Portraits by P. J. Cribb). Kuching: Natural History Publications (Borneo), 2002). Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, Volume LXXVI, Part 1:117118.

2003 Review of I. H. N. Evans, Bornean Diaries 1938-1942. Phillips, Maine: Borneo Research Council Monograph No. 6, 2002; with a Foreword by Victor T. King. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society Volume LXXVI, Part 2:128-129.

Beaman, J. H.

2001a Systematics systematics: see classification. , Evolution and Ethnobotany ethnobotany /eth·no·bot·a·ny/ (-bot´ah-ne) the systematic study of the interactions between a culture and the plants in its environment, particularly the knowledge about and use of such plants.  of the Flora of Mount Kinabalu: Biodiversity Research and Conservation in Action. Sabah Parks Nat. Journal 4:1-7.

2001b Enumeration 1. (mathematics) enumeration - A bijection with the natural numbers; a counted set.

Compare well-ordered.
2. (programming) enumeration - enumerated type.
 of the Kinabalu flora: present status, Sabah Parks Nat. Journal 4:125-135.

Beaman, R. S.

2001 Phylogeny and Biogeography Biogeography

A synthetic discipline that describes the distributions of living and fossil species of plants and animals across the Earth's surface as consequences of ecological and evolutionary processes.
 of Elatostema (Urticaceae) from Mount Kinabalu. Sabah Parks Nat. Journal 4:71-93.

Beaman, Teofila E., et al.

2001 Orchids of Sarawak. Kota Kinabalu: Natural History Publications. Hardback, 584 pp. ISBN ISBN
abbr.
International Standard Book Number


ISBN International Standard Book Number

ISBN n abbr (= International Standard Book Number) → ISBN m 
 9838120456. Source: Amazon.com website.

Becker, P., C. L. Ong and F. Goh

1998 Selective Drought Mortality of Dipterocarp Noun 1. dipterocarp - tree of the family Dipterocarpaceae
Dipterocarpaceae, family Dipterocarpaceae - chiefly tropical Asian trees with two-winged fruits; yield valuable woods and aromatic oils and resins
 Trees: No Correlation with Timber Group Distributions in Borneo. Biotropica 30(4):666-671. Cited in Priadjati 2002:166.

Belcher, B., et al.

2000 Resilience and Evolution in a Managed NTFP NTFP Non-Timber Forest Product  System: Evidence from the Rattan rattan (rătăn`), name for a number of plants of the genera Calamus, Daemonorops, and Korthalsia climbing palms of tropical Asia, belonging to the family Palmae (palm family).  Gardens of Kalimantan. Paper presented at the workshop: Intermediate Management Systems Forest Products. Lofoten, Norway: June 2000. Cited in Jong 2002:113.

Bodegom, S., P. B. Pelser and P. J. A. KeBler

1999 Seedlings of Secondary Forest Tree Species of East Kalimantan, Indonesia/ Semai-Semai Pohon Hutan Sekunder di Kalimantan Timur, Indonesia (parallel English and Indonesian texts; Indonesian translation by Dian Akbarini, Priyanti, and Novita Kartika). Balikpapan: MOFEC-Tropenbos-Kalimantan Project. Tropenbos Kalimantan Series, No 1.

Bollendorff, S. M., P. C. Van Welzen and J. W. F. Slik

2000 A Taxonomic Revision of Mallotus Section Polyadenii (Euphorbiaceae). Blumea 45:319-340. Cited in Slik 2001:224.

Boyce, P. C.

2001 The Genus Rhaphidophora Hassk. (Araceae-Monsteriodeae-Monstereae) in Borneo. Gard. Bull. Singapore 53:19-74, illus.

Brown, D. E.

1968 Kampong Ayer: The Sixty-Year Battle with the Land People. The Daily Star 4 March 1968.

1971 Ecology and Social Structure. Man 6:689-690.

1987 Brunei. Encyclopedia of Asian History (Macmillan) (1):179-180.

1996 Problems and Prospects in the Development of Theory in Anthropology: The Case of Social Structure. California Anthropologist 23(2):25-34.

1997 Are Ethnicity and Ethnocentrism ethnocentrism, the feeling that one's group has a mode of living, values, and patterns of adaptation that are superior to those of other groups. It is coupled with a generalized contempt for members of other groups.  Natural? (Published Address). Southwestern Anthropological Association Newsletter 38(1) (June).

1998 My Long Association with Brunei. Ungkayah (October-December 1998).

1998 Issues in the Nature of Brunei Society and Polity. Janang 7:85-90.

1999 Human Universals. The MIT MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology  Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences cognitive sciences The areas of medicine that study the nature and processes of mental activity–eg, neurology, psychiatry, psychology  pp. 382384.

1999 Human Nature and History. History and Theory 38:138-157. Reprinted in The Return of Science: Evolution, History, and Theory (2002).

2001 Human Universals and Their Implications. Pp. 156-174. IN: Neil Roughley, ed., Being Humans." Anthropological Universality and Particularity par·tic·u·lar·i·ty  
n. pl. par·tic·u·lar·i·ties
1. The quality or state of being particular rather than general.

2.
 in Transdisciplinary Perspectives. Walter de Gruyter.

2002 Ethnicity and Ethnocentrism: Are They Natural? Pp. 90-101, IN: Raymond Scupin, ed., Race and Ethnicity: An Anthropological Focus on the U.S. and the World. Prentice-Hall.

Cannon, C. H. and P. S. Manos

2001 Combining and Comparing Morphometric Shape Descriptors with a Molecular Phylogeny: The Case of Fruit Type Evolution in Bornean Lithocarpus (Fragaceae). Syst. Biol. 50:860-880.

Cannon, C. H., D. R. Peart a. 1. Active; lively; brisk; smart; - often applied to convalescents; as, she is quite peart to-day s>.
There was a tricksy girl, I wot, albeit clad in gray,
As peart 
 and M. Leighton

1998 Tree Diversity in Commercially Logged Bornean Rainforest. Science 281:1366-1368. Cited in Slik 2001:218.

Chin, James

2003 The Melanau-Malay Schism Erupts Again: Sarawak at the Polls. IN: Lok Kok Wah and Johan Saravanamuttu, eds. New Politics in Malaysia. ISEAS ISEAS Institute for Southeast Asian Studies : Singapore. Cited in Chin 2004:250.

2004 Autonomy: Sarawak during the Mahathir Years. Pp 240-250. IN: Bridget Welsh, ed. Reflections. The Mahathir Years. Washington DC: Johns Hopkins University Johns Hopkins University, mainly at Baltimore, Md. Johns Hopkins in 1867 had a group of his associates incorporated as the trustees of a university and a hospital, endowing each with $3.5 million. Daniel C. .

Clarke, C.

2001 A Guide to the Pitcher Plants of Sabah. Kota Kinabalu: Natural History Publications, iii, 39 pp, illus.

Collins, James T.

2001 Contesting Strait-Malayness: The Facts of Borneo. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 32(3). Cited in Sillander 2004:356.

Conant, D. S. and D. B. Stein

2001 Phylogenetic phy·lo·ge·net·ic
adj.
1. Of or relating to phylogeny or phylogenetics.

2. Relating to or based on evolutionary development or history.
 and Geographic Relationships of the Tree Ferns (Cyatheaceae) on Mount Kinabalu. Sabah Parks Nat. Journal 4:25-43.

Conrad, Joseph (1857-1924)

2003 Almayer's Folly. Dover Publications, February 2003. Paperback, 128 pp. ISBN 0486426777. Originally published in 1895.

Davies, S. J.

1998 Photosynthesis of Nine Pioneer Macaranga Species from Borneo in Relation to Life History. Ecology 79:2292-2308. Cited in Slik 2001:218.

Davies, S. J., P. A. Palmiotto, P. S. Ashton, H. S. Lee and J. V. LaFrankie

1998 Comparative Ecology of 11 Sympatric sym·pat·ric  
adj. Ecology
Occupying the same or overlapping geographic areas without interbreeding. Used of populations of closely related species.
 Species of Macaranga in Borneo: Tree Distribution in Relation to Horizontal and Vertical Resource Heterogeneity. Journal of Ecology The Journal of Ecology (not to be confused with another journal called Ecology) is a scientific journal concerning plant ecology. It was first published in 1913, and is the oldest peer-reviewed, international ecological journal.  86:662-673. Cited in Slik 2001:218.

Devung, G. Simon

2003 Traditional Forest Use and Management among the Kenyah of the Upper Bahau Area. Pp. 139-152. IN: C. Eghenter, B. Sellato and G. S. Devung, eds., Social Science Research and Conservation Management in the Interior of Borneo. Jakarta: CIFOR.

Donkin, R. A.

1999 Dragon's Brain Perfume: An Historical Geography of Camphor camphor (kăm`fər), C10H16O, white, crystalline solid ketone with a characteristic pungent odor and taste. It melts at 176°C; and boils at 204°C;. . Leiden: Brill. Cited in Harrisson 2003:104n.

Dunsmore, Susi

1983 Sepak Raga (Takraw). The South East Asian Ball Game. Sarawak Museum: Occasional Paper No. 4. Foreword by Lucas Chin PBS PBS
 in full Public Broadcasting Service

Private, nonprofit U.S. corporation of public television stations. PBS provides its member stations, which are supported by public funds and private contributions rather than by commercials, with educational, cultural,
 AMN Amn
abbr.
airman
 PPB. Origins of the sport; the game today; the laws and methods of play; how to make the rattan ball: illustrations of exhibits in the British Museum; bibliography.

Dzulfawati binti Haji Hassan, Dayang

2001 Etnografi Sejarah Sosio-Budaya Melanau: Hubungannya dengan Era Brunei [Melanau Ethnography, History and Socio-Culture: Connections with the Brunei Era]. Bandar Seri Begawan Bandar Seri Begawan (bän`där sĕr`ē bĕgä`wän), city (1991 est. pop. 46,229), capital and chief port of the sultanate of Brunei, of which it is also the business and commercial center. , Tungku: Universiti Brunei Darussalam University of Brunei Darussalam (Abbreviation: UBD; Malay: Universiti Brunei Darussalam; Jawi: يونيبرسيتي بروني . Launched on 1 March 2001, this is the first monograph published by the Brunei Studies Academy at the University of Brunei Darussalam. The author is a Malaysian researcher (source: Pelita Brunei, Aneka section, 14 March 2001:9).

Edmundson, Anna and Judith J. Baptist

2002 Continuing Transformations: The Manarapoh Attire of the Lotud Kadazandusun. Sarawak Museum Journal Volume LVII, No. 78 (New Series): 69-86.

Effendi ef·fen·di  
n. pl. ef·fen·dis
1. Used as a title of respect for men in Turkey, equivalent to sir.

2. An educated or respected man in the Near East.
, R., A. Priadjati, A., M. Omon, Rayan, G. W. Tolkamp and E. Nasri

2001 Rehabilitation of Wanariset Secondary Forest (East Kalimantan) through Dipterocarp Species Line Plantings. Pp. 31-44. IN: P. J. M. Hillegers and H. H. de Iongh, eds., Workshop Proceedings: The Balance Between Biodiversity, Conservation and Sustainable Use of Tropical Rain Forests, 6-8 December 1999. Tropenbos International. The Tropenbos Foundation, Wakening WAKENING, Scotch law. The revival of an action.
     2. An action is said to sleep, when it lies over, not insisted on for a year in which case it is suspended. 4, t. 1, n. 33. With us a revival is by scire facias. (q.v.)
. Cited in Priadjati 2002:191.

Eghenter, Cristina

2001 Towards a Causal History of a Trade Scenario of East Kalimantan, Indonesia, 1900-1999. Bijdragen tot de Taal- , Land- en Volkenkunde 157(4):739-769.

Eghenter, Cristina, Bernard Sellato and G. Simon Devung, eds.

2003 Social Science Research and Conservation Management in the Interior of Borneo. Unravelling Past and Present Interactions of People and Forests. Center for International Forestry Research The Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) an international research institution committed to conserving forests and improving the livelihoods of people in the tropics by helping farmers and communities gain from forest resources. It is based in Bogor, Indonesia. , WWF See Windows Workflow Foundation.  Indonesia, UNESCO UNESCO: see United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization.
UNESCO
 in full United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
, and Ford Foundation. Reviewed by Professor Victor T. King in ASEASUK News' No. 34 (Autumn 2003):30-32.

Eilenberg, Michael

2003 Brave Boys and Gentle Girls: An Anthropological Study of Children, with Focus on Social Change among the Iban in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Unpublished field report in Danish, Aarhus University, Denmark.

Elliott, Mark

2003 South-East Asia." The Graphic Guide. Hindhead, Surrey: Trailblazer Publications; first edition. "Brunei Darussalam" on pp. 208-210.

Fatawi, M. and T. Mori

2000 Description of Forests and Forestry in East Kalimantan. Pp. 3-12. IN: E. Guhardja, M. Fatawi, M. Sutrisna, T. Mori, and S. Ohta, eds., Rainforest Ecosystems of East Kalimantan." El Nino, Drought, Fire and Human Impacts. Ecological Studies, Volume 140. Tokyo: Springer-Verlag. Cited in Priadjati 2002:169.

Furness, William H.

2003 Folklore in Borneo. A Sketch 1899. Kessinger Publishing Company, January 2003. Paperback, 108 pp. ISBN 0766135934.

Gallop, Christopher Hugh

1994 Negara Brunei Darussalam. IN: Encyclopaedia of Language and Linguistics Pergamon Press.

1995 Translator from English to Malay of Apabila Sungei Mengalir (When the River Flows), an anthology of short stories. Bandar Seri Begawan: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka (Malay for The Institute of Language and Literature) (abbreviated DBP) is the government body responsible for coordinating the use of the Malay language in Malaysia and Brunei. .

1997 Pengembara-The Road Less Travelled (edited by Sharon Meyers; HSBC HSBC Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation
HSBC Humane Society of Broward County (Florida)
HSBC Humane Society of Bay County (Bay County, Michigan) 
). Based on a fortnightly fort·night·ly  
adj.
Happening or appearing once in or every two weeks.

adv.
Once in a fortnight.

n. pl. fort·night·lies
A publication issued once every two weeks.
 page in the Borneo Bulletin (1991-1993) appearing under the byline "Pengembara."

2000 Man and Society in the Novels of Muslim Burmat: A Critical Analysis. Unpublished MA thesis, Universiti Sains Malaysia Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) (马来西亚理科大学,理大) is a public university with a main campus in Penang, Malaysia. , November 2000. Data courtesy of Mr. Gallop.

Gavin, Traude

2003 Iban Ritual Textiles. Leiden: KITLV KITLV Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology)  Press. 360 pp. ISBN 90-6719-202-208.

Gemmingen, G. von and Giono

2001 Strategic considerations about the rehabilitation of fire-affected forests in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Pp. 133-143. IN: M. C. Cox and C. Elouard, eds., Proceedings: The Sixth Round Table Conference on Dipterocarpaceae, Bangalore, India, 8-12 February 1999. Perth, WA: Curtin University of Technology. Cited in Priadjati 2002:169. Guerreiro, Antonio J.

2003 The Bornean Longhouse longhouse

Traditional communal dwelling of the Iroquois Indians until the 19th century. The longhouse was a rectangular box built out of poles, with doors at each end and saplings stretched over the top to form the roof, the whole structure being covered with bark.
 in Historical Perspective, 1850-1990. IN: R. Schefold, P. J. M. Nas, and G. Domenig, eds., Indonesian Houses, Vol. 1. Leiden: KITLV Press, pp. 285-331.

Guhardja, E., M. Fatawi, M. Sutisna, T. Mori, and S. Ohta eds.

2000 Rainforest Ecosystems of East Kalimantan: El Nino, Drought, Fire and Human Impacts. Springer Verlag Tokyo Inc. Ecological Studies: Analysis and Synthesis Series, January 2000. Hardback. ISBN 4431702725. Source: amazon.co.uk website; also cited in Priadjati 2002:169.

n.d. A Guide to the Herbs, Small Shrubs and Climbing Plants of Tasek Merimbun Heritage Park, Tutong, Brunei Darussalam. Biological Science Department, UBD UBD - User Brain Damage . Cited in Borneo Bulletin, online version, Saturday 12 June 2004:h19.htm. Name of author/date of publication not given.

Hall, Leslie S., Greg Richards, and M. T. Abdullah

2002 The Bats of Niah National Park, Sarawak. Sarawak Museum Journal Volume LVII, No 78 (New Series):255-282.

Hamzah Hamzah is an Arabic name that is used throughout the Muslim world.
  • Hamza ibn Abd al-Muttalib, noted Sahābi
  • Prince Hamzah of Jordan
  • Hamza (singer)
  • Abu Hamza al-Masri, Egyptian cleric in the United Kingdom
  • Hamzah Shehatta, Saudi poet
 Sulaiman

2003 Brunei Darussalam in 2002. Southeast Asian Affairs 2003. Singapore: ISEAS. ISBN 981-230-217-4 (hardback) or ISBN 981-230-217-6 (paperback).

Harrison, R. D., et al.

2003 The Diversity of Hemi-epiphytic Figs (Ficus: Moraceae) in a Bornean Lowland Rain Forest. Biol. J. Linn linn  
n. Scots
1. A waterfall.

2. A steep ravine.



[Scottish Gaelic linne, pool, waterfall.]
. Soc. 78:439-455.

Harrisson, Barbara

2003 The Ceramic Trade Across the South China Sea e. AD 1350-1650. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, Volume LXXVI, Part 1:99-114.

Heidhues, Mary F. Somers

2003 Golddiggers, Farmers and Traders in the "Chinese Districts" of West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University, Southeast Asia Program Publications. Brynmor Jones Library Brynmor Jones Library (BJL) is the main library at the University of Hull. It was named after Sir Brynmor Jones[1] who initiated research in the field of Liquid Crystals LCD became Head of the Department of Chemistry in the 1930s.  (University of Hull), reference (WO) DS 646.32 C5 H4.

Hill, Dennis, Fatimah Abang, and Caroline

2002 A Survey on Marine Biofouling bi·o·foul·ing  
n.
The impairment or degradation of something, such as a ship's hull or mechanical equipment, as a result of the growth or activity of living organisms.
 in Parts of Western Borneo. Sarawak Museum Journal Volume LVII, No 78 (New Series):215-236.

Hillegers, P. J. M.

2001 Ministry of Forestry and Estate Crops--Tropenbos Kalimantan Research: Towards an Integrated Concept for the Third Millennium. Pp. 191-208. IN: P. J. M. Hillegers and H. H. de Iongh, eds., Workshop Proceedings: The Balance Between Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use of Tropical Rain Forests, 6-8 December 1999. Tropenbos International. Wageningen: The Tropenbos Foundation. Cited in Priadjati 2002:171.

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited

2002 Brunei Darussalam (HSBC Business Profile Series; Group Public Affairs Department, HSBC. HK: eleventh edition, fourth quarter 2002; copy supplied by courtesy of HSBC, London).

This twenty-page business profile of Negara Brunei Darussalam, updated every two or three years, includes a useful miscellany of maps, town plans, color photography, graphics and tables. There is statistical information on the economy, trade and finance of the sultanate, along with guidance on investment opportunities, local taxation, living costs, and etiquette. Important addresses (government ministries, business organizations) are listed. The booklet will be supplied gratis GRATIS. Without reward or consideration.
     2. When a bailee undertakes to perform some act or work gratis, he is answerable for his gross negligence, if any loss should be sustained in consequence of it; but a distinction exists between non-feasance and
 upon direct application to HSBC (at any rate, it was to the present writer).

Hussainmiya, B. A.

2000 The Brunei Constitution of 1959. An Inside History. Bandar Seri Begawan: Brunei Press Sendirian Berhad. Associate Professor Hussainmiya recalls (Borneo Bulletin, online, Saturday 4 October 2003): "My own booklet on Brunei's Constitutional History was bought out by people from all walks of life so fast that the Brunei Press, its publisher, printed a second edition of [a] few thousand copies within nine months of its first appearance--may be a record for the sale of a history book in a country with [such a] small population."

Ichikawa, M.

2002 One Hundred Years of Land-Use Changes: Political, Social and Economic Influences in an Iban Village in Bakong River Basin, Sarawak, East Malaysia. Chapter 6 IN: T-P Lye, W. de Jong, and K. Abe, eds., The Political Ecology of Forests' in Southeast Asia. Under editorial review with Kyoto University Press. Cited in Jong 2002:115.

Indrabudi, H.

2002 Forestland for·est·land  
n.
A section of land covered with forest or set aside for the cultivation of forests.
: Its Dynamics, Disorganised Uses and Planning in South Kalimantan, Indonesia. Ph.D. thesis, Wageningen University, Netherlands. Cited in Priadjati 2002:172.

Ishida, A., T. Toma and Marjenah

2000 Leaf Gas Exchange and Canopy Structure in Wet and Drought Years in Macaranga conifera, A Tropical Pioneer Tree. Pp. 129-142. IN: E. Guhardja, M. Fatawi, M. Sutrisna, T. Mori, and S. Ohta, eds., Rainforest Ecosystems of East Kalimantan: El Nino, Drought, Fire and Human Impacts. Ecological Studies, Volume 140. Tokyo: Springer-Verlag. Cited in Priadjati 2002:172.

Ismail bin Omar Abdul Aziz, Pehin Dato Seri Utama Dr Ustaz Haji

2003 Tasawuf Dan Tarikat Menurut Pandangan Ahli Sunnah Wal-Jamaah. Bandar Seri Begawan: Ministry of Religious Affairs. Launched at the Pusat Dakwah Islamiah (Islamic Propagation Centre), Pulaie, BSB BSB Backstreet Boys
BSB Bayerische Staatsbibliothek
BSB British Superbikes (motorcycle racing series)
BSB Bachelor of Science in Business
BSB Bandar Seri Begawan (capital of Brunei) 
, October 2003 (Government of Brunei Official Website, online news Thursday 2 October 2003).

Ito, S., Y. Nishiyama, and W. Kustiawan

2000 Responses of Dipterocarp Seedlings to Drought Stress. Pp. 143-151, IN: E. Guhardja, M. Fatawi, M. Sutrisna, T. Mori, and S. Ohta, eds., Rainforest Ecosystems of East Kalimantan." El Nino, Drought, Fire and Human Impacts. Ecological Studies, Volume 140. Tokyo: Springer-Verlag. Cited in Priadjati 2002:172.

Jacobus, E. Frans L.

2003 Traditional Property Rights Over Land among the Kenyah of Pujungan Subdistrict. Pp. 103-115. IN: C. Eghenter, B. Sellato and G. S. Devung, eds., Social Science Research and Conservation Management in the Interior of Borneo. Jakarta: CIFOR.

Jaliha binti Haji Momin, Hajjah Dayang

2003 History of Nursing Services in Brunei. Borneo Bulletin (online version), Saturday 17 May 2003:f5.htm. This is a brief survey of twentieth-century nursing in the sultanate written by the Senior Nursing Officer (Administration of Health), Community Health Nursing Services, NBD NBD Next Business Day
NBD National Bank of Dubai (United Arab Emirates)
NBD No Big Deal
NBD Network Block Device (Linux)
NBD Nucleotide Binding Domain
NBD New Business Development
.

Janowski, Monica

2003 The Forest, Source of Life: The Kelabit of Sarawak. London: British Museum Occasional Paper Number 143, November 2003. Hardback, 160 pages, 120 duotone Du´o`tone

n. 1. (Photoengraving) Any picture printed in two shades of the same color, as duotypes and duographs are usually printed.
 illustrations, 20 line drawings, two colour maps. ISBN 0-86159-143-147. Price 25 [pounds sterling].

2003 Who's in Charge Around here? Struggle for Leadership in a Changing World among the Kelabit of Sarawak. IN: S. Sparkes and S. Howell, eds., The House in Southeast Asia. London: RoutledgeCurzon. Pp. 95-113.

Jantan Umbat and Janang Ensiring

2003 Ripih Pengawa' Gawai Antu (Iban). Kuching: The Tun Jugah Foundation. Cited in Sather 2003:244.

Jayasankaran, S.

2003 Economic Monitor. A King's Ransom. Brunei Boasts No Taxes, Free Education and Medical Care--and Intriguing Tussles in the Royal Family. FEER FEER Far Eastern Economic Review (Hong Kong business magazine)
FEER Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rate
 20.2.2003:46.

Jayasankaran, S. and John McBeth

2003 Malaysia and Brunei. Oil and Water. A huge find off the island of Borneo sparks new exploration contracts and a neighbourly neighbourly or US neighborly
Adjective

kind, friendly, and helpful

Adj. 1. neighbourly - exhibiting the qualities expected in a friendly neighbor
neighborly
 dispute. After a tense gunboat gunboat, small warship for use on rivers and along coasts in places inaccessible to vessels of larger displacement. In the U.S. Civil War both sides used as gunboats, on the Mississippi and other rivers, any boat that had an engine and had room to mount a gun.  standoff, Brunei's Sultan and Malaysia's Premier met to resolve the dispute. FEER 3.7.2003:17.

Jong, Wil de

1993 Wise Use of Forest Resource in Kalimantan: A Potential for Development. Tropenbos Newsletter November 1993. This and subsequent references cited in Jong 2002:115-116.

1995a Diversity, Variation and Change in Ribere no Agriculture and Agroforestry ag·ro·for·est·ry  
n.
A system of land use in which harvestable trees or shrubs are grown among or around crops or on pastureland, as a means of preserving or enhancing the productivity of the land.
. Ph.D. thesis, Wageningen Agricultural University, Netherlands.

1995b Recreating the forest: Successful examples of ethno-conservation among Dayak groups in West Kalimantan. IN: O. Sandbukt, ed., Management of Tropical Forests." Towards an Integrated Perspective. Centre for Development and the Environment, University of Oslo The University of Oslo (Norwegian: Universitetet i Oslo, Latin: Universitas Osloensis) was founded in 1811 as Universitas Regia Fredericiana (the Royal Frederick University .

1997 Developing Swidden swid·den  
n.
An area cleared for temporary cultivation by cutting and burning the vegetation.



[Dialectal alteration of obsolete swithen, from Old Norse svidhna, to be burned.]
 Agriculture and the Threat of Biodiversity loss. Agriculture Ecosystems and the Environment 62:187-197.

1999 Taking NTFP Out of the Forest: Management, Production and Biodiversity Conservation. IN: NTFP Research in the Tropenbos Programme: Results and Perspectives. Wagengen: Tropenbos Foundation.

2000 Micro-differences in Local Resource Management: The Case of Honey in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Human Ecology 28(4):631-639.

2002 Forest Products and Local Forest Management in West Kalimantan, Indonesia: Implications for Conservation and Development. Wageningen, Netherlands: Tropenbos Foundation. Tropenbos Kalimantan Series, No 8. ISBN 90-5113-056-2. Paperback.

Kazufumi, Nagatsu

2002 The Making of Islamic Knowledge at the Periphery: A Case of the Sama Dilaut in Sabah, Malaysia (1950s-70s). Journal of Sophia Asian Studies 20:173-196.

Keay, John

1997 Last Post: The End of Empire in the Far East. London: John Murray.

Kershaw, Eva Maria

2003 Review of Lake' Baling, The Old Kayan Religion and the Bungan Religious Reform (Kota Samarahan: Institute of East Asian Studies East Asian Studies is a distinct multidisciplinary field of scholarly enquiry and education that promotes a broad humanistic understanding of East Asia past and present. East Asian Studies is located within the broader field of Area studies and is also interdisciplinary in , Universiti Malaysia Sarawak Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) was officially incorporated on 24 December 1992. UNIMAS is the eighth University, established just after the declaration of Vision 2020. , 2002; translated and annotated by Jerome Rousseau). IN: ASEASUK News No. 34 (Autumn 2003):32-33.

Kershaw, Roger

1988a Review of D. S. Ranjit Singh, Brunei 1839-1983. The Problems of Political Survival. Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics 25(2):220-221.

1988b Ward Rampage was Horrifying. Letter (signed "Khuatir") in Borneo Bulletin 2 July (p. 4).

1989 Parlez-vous fran cais, monsieur? Letter in Borneo Bulletin 14 January (p. 4).

1990 Stamp Out Postal Dodge. Letter (signed "Khuatir") in Borneo Bulletin 3 February (p. 4).

1992a as G. Braighlinn [pseud.], Ideological Innovation under Monarchy. Aspects of Legitimation Activity in Contemporary Brunei. Amsterdam: CASA Ca´sa

n. 1. A house or mansion.
I saw that Enriquez had made no attempt to modernize the old casa, and that even the garden was left in its lawless native luxuriance.
- Bret Harte.
 Comparative Asian Studies 9, V.U. University Press/Centre for Asian Studies Amsterdam.

1992b Rejoinder The answer made by a defendant in the second stage of Common-Law Pleading that rebuts or denies the assertions made in the plaintiff's replication.

The rejoinder allows a defendant to present a more responsive and specific statement challenging the allegations made
 to Fundamentalism. Letter in Borneo Bulletin 6-7 June (p. 6).

1996 Review of Simon Francis, Brunei Checklist." A Bibliography of English-Language References Relating to Brunei Darussalam. IN: Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 27 (2):415-416.

1998a Marginality Then and Now: Shifting Patterns of Minority Status in Brunei Darussalam. Internationales Asienforum, 29(1-2):83-106.

1998b Brunei. IN: World of Information, Asia & Pacific Review 1998 (seventeenth edition):25-26. A one-thousand-word survey for 1996-1997.

1999 Review of Bob Reece, Masa Jepun. Sarawak under the Japanese 1941-1945. Asian Affairs 30(2):228-229.

2002a Brunei Darussalam. IN: John Harper Publishing, Political Parties of the World (fifth edition):66-67. An eight-hundred-word survey, spanning approximately 1962-2000.

2002b Faith, Fanaticism Fanaticism
See also Extremism.

Adamites

various sects preaching a return to life before the fall. [Christian Hist.: Brewer Note-Book, 8]

assassins

Moslem murder teams used hashish as stimulus (11th and 12th centuries).
 and Food in Islam. Contemporary Review 280(1632), January 2002:1-7.

2002c Full Marx for Mullahs: A Reflection on Social Control in Islam. Part I. Contemporary Review (September 2002):129-135. Part II in Contemporary Review (October 2002):200-206.

2003a Partners in Realism: Britain and Brunei amid Recent Turbulence. Asian Affairs XXXIV(1), February 2003:46-53.

2003b Review of I. H. N. Evans, Bornean Diaries 1938-1942 (Phillips, Maine, 2002). ASEASUK News No 34 (Autumn 2003):34-35.

Kegler keg·ler  
n.
A person who bowls; a bowler.



[German, from kegeln, to bowl, from Kegel, bowling pin, from Middle High German kegel, from Old High German kegil
, Paul J. A.

2000 A Field Guide to the Important Tree Species of the Berau Region. Jakarta: Berau Forest Management Project.

Kegler, Paul J. A. and G. Rathert

2001 Berau Herbarium herbarium, collection of dried and mounted plant specimens used in systematic botany. To preserve their form and color, plants collected in the field are spread flat in sheets of newsprint and dried, usually in a plant press, between blotters or absorbent paper. . Jakarta: Berau Forest Management Project.

KeBler, Paul J. A. and Kade Sidiyasa

1999 Pohon-Pohon Hutan Kalimantan Timur: Pedoman mengenai 280 jenis pohon pilihan di dae rah rah  
interj.
Used as an exclamation of approval or encouragement.



[Short for hurrah.]
 Balikpapan-Samarinda. Translated from English to Indonesian by Jenny A. Kartawinata. Tropenbos Series No 2. Balikpapan: MOFECTropenbos Kalimantan Project.

Kiew, R.

2001a The Limestone Begonias of Sabah, Borneo--Flagship Species for Conservation. Gard. Bull. Singapore 53:241-86.

2001b Begonia begonia (bĭgōn`yə), any plant of the large genus Begonia and common name for the family Begoniaceae, mostly succulent perennial herbs of the American tropics cultivated elsewhere as bedding or pot plants and easily propagated by  conipila Irmsch, ex Kiew (Begoniaceae from the Gunung Mulu National Park Gunung Mulu National Park in Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo, on the border with Brunei, is a World Heritage Site that encompasses incredible caves and karst formations in a mountainous equatorial rainforest setting. , Sarawak, Malaysia. Gard. Bull. Singapore 53:287-289.

2002 A New Species of Monophyllaea (Gesneriaceae) from Borneo. Gard. Bull. Singapore 54:243-246.

King, Victor T. and William D. Wilder

2003 The Modern Anthropology of South-East Asia. An Introduction. London: RoutledgeCurzon.

Kiyono Yoshiyuki, Hastaniah, Miyakuni Kiyoshi

2003 Height Growth Relationships in Secondary Plant Communities in Kalimantan for Forestry Projects under the Clean Development Mechanism of COP7. FFPRI FFPRI Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute  Bulletin, Volume 2, Number 1, No 386 (March 2003):43-51. "FFPRI" = Kansai Research Centre: Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Nagaikyutaro, Kyoto, Japan.

Kloppenburg, D. and E. K. Wiberg

2002 New Hoya Species from Sipitang, Sabah, Malaysia (Borneo). Fraterna 15(3):4-7.

Konradus, B.

2003 Eaglewood and Forest Product Management and Trade in the Bahau River Region. Pp. 83-102. IN: C, Eghenter, B. Sellato and G. S. Devung, eds., Social Science Research and Conservation Management in the Interior of Borneo. Jakarta: CIFOR.

Kusdadi, D. and Aldrianto Priadjati

1998 The Effect of Growing Media on Survival Rate, Height Increment, Number of Leaves and Nodum of Shorea balangeran (Korth) Burck, Wildings in the Nursery. Buletin Penelitian Kehutanan. Visi & Misi Ilmiah BPK BPK Badan Pemeriksa Keuangan (Indonesia)
BPK B-Cell Progenitor Kinase
BPK Banking and Payment Authority of Kosova
 Samarinda 12(2). Cited in Priadjati 2002:190.

Lake' Baling

2002 The Old Kayan Religion and the Bungan Religious Reform. Kota Samarahan: Institute of East Asian Studies, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak; translated and annotated by Jerome Rousseau.

Lamis, Angguk, Concordius Kanyan and Y. Paulus Bunde

2003 Patterns of Traditional Land Control among Three Kenyah Groups. Pp. 117-138. IN: C. Eghenter, B. Sellato and G. S. Devung, eds., Social Science Research and Conservation Management in the Interior of Borneo. Jakarta: CIFOR.

Lawai, Liman

2003 A History of the Kenyah Leppo' Tau in Kayan Hulu Subdistrict, Apau Kayan. Pp. 175-198. IN: C. Eghenter, 13. Sellato and G. S. Devung, eds., Social Science Research and Conservation Management in the Interior of Borneo. Jakarta: CIFOR.

Lawing, Daniel

2003 Folk Songs of the Kenyah Leppo' Ma'ut: A Study of Text and Music. Pp. 259-274. IN: C. Eghenter, B. Sellato and G. S. Devung, eds., Social Science Research and Conservation Management in the Interior of Borneo. Jakarta: CIFOR.

Lee, C. C.

2002 Nepenthes platychila (Nepenthaceae), A New Species of Pitcher Plant from Sarawak, Borneo. Gard. Bull. Singapore 54:257-261.

Lim, Jon, ed.

2001 Transforming Traditions. Architecture in the ASEAN ASEAN: see Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
ASEAN
 in full Association of Southeast Asian Nations

International organization established by the governments of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand in
 Countries: Brunei, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand. With contributions by Adnan bin Pengiran Badarudin...[ et al. ]. ASEAN Committee on Culture and Information, no place. Brynmor Jones Library, University of Hull: Reference (WC) NA 1250 A1 T7.

Lindell, Kristina

2003 Review of Robert Ridu, Ritkos Jitab and Jonas Noeb, King Siliman and Other Bidayuh Folk Tales ; Jayl Langub, Suket: Penan Folk Stories ; and Clifford Sather, Apai Alui Becomes a Shaman and Other Iban Comic Tales, Dayak Studies Monographs, Oral Literature Series, No. 1, 2, and 3. Kota Samarahan: Institute of East Asian Studies, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Asian Folklore Studies (62)1: 159-165.

Lindell, Pamela

2003 Cremation cremation, disposal of a corpse by fire. It is an ancient and widespread practice, second only to burial. It has been found among the chiefdoms of the Pacific Northwest, among Northern Athapascan bands in Alaska, and among Canadian cultural groups. , Abandonment and Burial: Bidayuh Mortuary Practices and Their Interpretation. Pp. 309-335. IN: William D. Wilder, ed., Journeys of the Soul." Anthropological Studies of Death, Burial, and Reburial Practices in Borneo. Phillips, ME: Borneo Research Council, Inc.

Lisle, Tim de, ed.

2003 Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2003. Pp. 1563, 1580. Alton, Hampshire: John Wisden & Co Ltd, 140th edition. Brunei Darussalam.

Lumholtz, Carl

2003 Through Central Borneo. Indypublish. Com; 388 pp; July 2003. Hardback (ISBN 1404387269). Paperback (ISBN 1404387277). [Originally published in 1920]. Source: Amazon.com website.

Mahmud Saedon bin Awang Othman, Dato Paduka Seri Setia Profesor Dr. Haji Awang

2001 Keluarga Bahagia. Dari Kaca Mata Islam. Bandar Seri Begawan: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, NBD. Launched on 23 February 2001 (Pelita Brunei 7 March 2001:7); 232pp; hbk NBD$10, pbk $8; reported to comprise twenty-one articles about Islamic family matters.

Mahmud Saedon bin Awang Othman, Allahyarham Dato Paduka Seri Setia Profesor Dr. Haji Awang (1943-2002)

2003 Allahyarham Dato Paduka Seri Setia Profesor Dr. Haji Awang Mahmud Saedon bin Awang Othman Dalam Kenangan. Negara Bnmei Darussalam: Ministry of Religious Affairs. Contains biographical data relating to the late professor "and five of his paperworks" (your guess is as good as mine); launched at the Islamic Propagation Centre, BSB, October 2003 (Government of Brunei Official Website: Online News, Thursday 2 October 2003).

Matsubara, Tomomi

2003 Society and the Land: Contemporary Iban Society, Development Policy, and the Value of Native Customary Rights CUSTOMARY RIGHTS. Rights which are acquired by custom. They differ from prescriptive rights in this, that the former are local usages, belonging to all the inhabitants of a particular place or district-the latter are rights of individuals, independent of the place of their residence.  Land in Sarawak, Malaysia. Unpublished MSS Thesis, Institute of East Asian Studies, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak.

Matthews, E., ed.

2002 The State of the Forest. Indonesia. Forest Watch Indonesia and Global Forest Watch; xii + 103 pp; illustrations; ISBN 1-56973-492-495.

Maxwell, Allen R.

1999 Balui Reconnaissances: Notes on the Oral History of the Belaga Malay Community and Early Belaga. Sarawak Museum Journal(1999): 143-181.

1999 Does Pupu Mean 'Cousin'?: Hyponymy n. 1. (Linguistics) The state or quality of being a hyponym; as, hyponymy is symbolized by the tag "hypon" s>.

Noun 1.
 and Collaterality in Brunei Malay Kinship Terminology. Southeast Asia. A Multidisciplinary Journal 1(1-2): 137157.

2001a William Hood Treacher's 1884 Brunei salasilah. Offprint off·print  
n.
A reproduction of or an excerpt from an article that was originally contained in a larger publication.

tr.v. off·print·ed, off·print·ing, off·prints
To reproduce or reprint (an article or excerpt).
 from Sabah Society Journal 18:1-36.

2001b Brunei Darussalam. Pp. 311-318. IN: Melvin Ember and Carol R. Ember, eds., Countries and their Cultures Volume I. New York: Macmillan Reference USA.

2001c Malay Polysemy and Political Power: Census Categories, Ethnicity, and Citizenship in Brunei Darussalam. South East Asia Research 9(2): 173-212.

2001d Contributing Editor, in Vinson Sutlive and Joanne Sutlive (General Editors), The Encyclopaedia of Iban Studies. Iban History and Culture (four volumes). Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia: The Tun Jugah Foundation, in cooperation with The Borneo Research Council, Inc: Amir bin Datu Patinggi Kedit of Saribas: Volume I:37; Apong bin Laksamana Amir of Paku, Abang: I:60; Belaga: I: 183; Jugah of Lundu, Orang Kaya Temenggong: II:843; Omar, Datu Nuga: III: 1306-1307; Papan Turai: III: 1350-1352; Pre-Iban Peoples of the Second and Third Divisions: III: 1486-1487; Sadong, Attack on: III: 1635-1636.

2001 (with V. T. King) Brunei, Sultanate of. Encyclopaedia of Iban Studies I:300302.

2001 (with Graham Saunders) Beting Marau, Battle of. Encyclopaedia of Iban Studies: I:203- 204.

Mera'ee bin Abdullah, Haji; and Lord Medway

2003 Sya 'ir Jerjezang. Cereta Niah Zaman yang Bahari. The Ballad of Jerjezang: A Tale of Niah in the Age of Splendour. Disustm dan dikarang oleh Haji Mera'ee bin Abdullah; transliterated and translated by Lord Medway; b/w line drawings by Nik Zainal Abidin. Leiston Suffolk: Leiston Press, 2001.

Mohd Jamil Al-Sufri, Yang Dimuliakan Pehin Jawatan Dalam Seri Maharaja Dato Seri Utama Dr. Haji Awang

2000 Latar Belakang Sejarah Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan: Brunei History Centre. "Background to the History of Brunei Historians believe that there was a forerunner to the present day Brunei Sultanate. One possible predecessor state was called Vijayapura, which possibly existed in northwest Borneo in the seventh century A.D. ." Officially launched on 23 February 2001. There are separate Malay and English editions, 88 and 84 pages respectively. Malay Edition: hbk. NBD$9.60, pbk. $6.40. English edition: hbk. NBD$13,50, pbk. $7.50. An earlier version of this book was published in 1990 (source: Pelita Brunei, 7 March 2001:7).

2002 Sejarah Sultan-Sultan Brunei Menaiki Takhta. Bandar Seri Begawan: Brunei History Centre, Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport. A history of Sultans of Brunei The Sultan of Brunei is the head of state of Brunei. The royal lineage can be traced back to the 15th century. The 29 Sultans of Brunei (and their respective reigns) are:[1]
  1. Muhammad Shah (1405–1415)
  2. Ahmad (1415–1425)
; hbk. NBD$13.00, pbk. $7.50; launch cited in Pelita Brunei, Iklan section, 25 December 2002:1. Also published in eight weekly installments: PBA PBA Professional Bowlers Association
PBA Palm Beach Atlantic University (West Palm Beach, Florida)
PBA Partial-Birth Abortion
PBA Philippine Basketball Association
PBA Public Broadcasting Atlanta (Georgia, USA) 
 [Pelita Brunei, Aneka section] 25.12.2002:11; PBA 1.1.2003:11;PBA 8.1.2003:11; PBA 15.1.2003:11;PBA 22.1.2003:11; PBA 29.1.2003:11; PBA 5.2.2003:11; and PBA 5.2.2003:11.

Mohamad Said Hinayat

2003 Glosari Bahasa Bajau/Sama-Bahasa Melayu. Kota Kinabalu: Persatuan Seni Budaya Bajau, Sabah.

Momberg, F.

2000 Exploitation of Gaharu and forest conservation: Efforts in the Kayan Mentarang National Park Kayan Mentarang National Park is a densely forested national park in East Kalimantan province, Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Animals found in the park include the Malayan pangolin, the Long-tailed macaque, the Proboscis monkey, the Bornean Gibbon, the Greater slow loris, the
, East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Pp. 259-284. IN: C. Zemer, ed., People, Plants and Justice." The Politics of Nature Conservation. New York: Columbia University Press Columbia University Press is an academic press based in New York City and affiliated with Columbia University. It is currently directed by James D. Jordan (2004-present) and publishes titles in the humanities and sciences, including the fields of literary and cultural studies, . Cited in Jong 2002:117.

Monsarrat, Nicholas

2000 The White Rajah London: House of Stratus. This is a novel, originally published in 1961 by Cassell & Company Ltd.

Mori, T.

2000 Effects of Droughts and Forest Fires on Dipterocarp Forest in East Kalimantan. Pp. 29-48.IN: E. Guhardja, M. Fatawi, M. Sutrisna, T. Moil, and S. Ohta, eds., Rain forest Ecosystems of East Kalimantan." El Nino, Drought, Fire and Human Impacts. Ecological Studies, Volume 140. Springer-Verlag: Tokyo. Cited in Priadjati 2002:176.

2001 Rehabilitation of Degraded Forests in Lowland Kutai, East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Pp. 17-26. IN: S. Kobayashi, S. W. Turnbull, T. Toma and M. N. Majid, eds., Rehabilitation of Degraded Tropical Forest Ecosystems. Workshop proceedings, 2-4 November 1999. CIFOR Indonesia. Cited in Priadjati 2002:177.

Mori, T., S. Ohta, A. Ishida, T. Toma and T. Oka

2000 Overview of Changing Rainforest Ecosystems in East Kalimantan. Pp. 309-317. IN: E. Guhardja, M. Fatawi, M. Sutrisna, T. Mori, and S. Ohta, eds., Rainforest Ecosystems of East Kalimantan: El Nino, Drought, Fire and Human Impacts. Ecological Studies, Volume 140. Springer-Verlag: Tokyo. Cited in Priadjati 2002:177.

Muhammad Hadi bin Abdullah, Dr Awang

2002 The Malaysian Proposal: Brunei Political Development, 1961-1967. Ph.D. Thesis, CSEAS CSEAS Center for Southeast Asian Studies (Philippines)
CSEAS Child Support Enforcement Automated System
, University of Hull. Cited in CSEAS Annual Reports 2001-2003:77.

Munan, Heidi

2003 Review of Sya'ir Jepjezang: Cereta [thus] Niah Zaman yang Bahari. The Ballad of Jerjezang: A Tale of Niah in the Age of Splendour (disusun dan dikarang oleh Haji Mera'ee bin Abdullah; transliterated and translated by Lord Medway. Leiston Suffolk: Leiston Press, 2001). IN: Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, Volume LXXVI, Part 1:118-120.

Murniati

2002 From Imperata Cylindrica Grasslands to Productive Agroforestry.Wagenmgen, Netherlands: Tropenbos International. Tropenbos Kalimantan Series, No 9. Has a useful bibliography (pp. 157-166).

Mustafa Abdul Rahman, Mohd Tajuddin Abdullah and Zaaba Zainol Abidin

2002 The Avifauna a·vi·fau·na  
n.
The birds of a specific region or period.



[Latin avis, bird; see awi- in Indo-European roots + fauna.
 of Upper Rejang, Sarawak, Malaysia. Sarawak Museum Journal Volume LVII, No. 78 (New Series):237-254.

Newbery, D. M., D. N. Kennedy, G. H. Petol, L. Madani and C. E. Ridsdale

2000 Primary Forest Dynamics in Lowland Dipterocarp Forest at Danum Valley, Sabah, Malaysia, and the Role of the Understorey. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, or Phil. Trans., is a scientific journal published by the Royal Society.

Begun in 1665, it is the oldest scientific journal printed in the English-speaking world and the second oldest in the world,
, (London) (B 354): 1763-1782. Cited in Slik 2001:220.

Newman, M. F., P. F. Burgess and T. C. Whitmore

2001 Manuals of Dipterocalps for Foresters. Borneo Island Light Hardwoods. CIFOR; and Royal Botanical Gardens Royal Botanical Gardens might refer to:
  • Royal Botanical Gardens, Ontario in Canada.
  • Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh in the United Kingdom.
  • Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in the United Kingdom.
  • Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne in Australia.
, Edinburgh. Cited in Priadjati 2002:177.

Ng, F. S. P.

2001 New Species, Varieties and Reductions in Diospyros (Ebenaceae) in Borneo and Peninsular Malaysia Including Peninsular Thailand. Gard. Bull. Singapore 53:291-313, illustrations.

Ng Sie Ai

2002 Musical Styles of the Bidayuh People: Bukar-Sadong Group in the First Division of Sarawak, Malaysia. Sarawak Museum Journal Volume LVII, No. 78 (New Series): 1-68.

Ngabut, C. Yus Little Yus (Ѧ, ѧ) and Big Yus (Ѫ, ѫ), or Jus, are the letters representing two Common Slavonic nasal vowels, in the early Cyrillic and Glagolitic alphabets.  

2003 Kenyah Bakung Oral Literature: An Introduction. Pp. 241-257. IN: C. Eghenter, B. Sellato and G. S. Devung, eds, Social Science Research and Conservation Management in the Interior of Borneo Jakarta: CIFOR. Nicolaisen, Ida

2003 Pillars of Faith: Souls, Fertility and Mortuary Rituals among the Punan Bah bah  
interj.
Used to express impatient rejection or contempt.


bah
interj

an expression of contempt or disgust
 of Central Borneo--A Preliminary Analysis. Pp. 121-174. IN: William D. Wilder, ed., Journeys of the Soul: Anthropological Studies of Death, Burial, and Reburial Practices in Borneo. Phillips, ME: Borneo Research Council, Inc. Nieuwstadt, M. G. L. van

2002 Trial by Fire. Postfire Development of a Tropical Dipterocarp Forest. 143 pp. Privately published. ISBN 90-393-3002-6. Relates to Sungai Wain near Balikpapan.

Nijman, V. J.

2001 Forest (and) Primates. Conservation and Ecology of the Endemic Primates of Java and Borneo. Tropenbos Foundation, Tropenbos Kalimantan Series. ISBN 905113052X. Paperback. Source: amazon.co.uk website.

Oats, David James

1997 The First White Rajah: Alexander Hare in Southeast Asia, 1800-1831. Unpublished MA thesis. University of New South Wales The University of New South Wales, also known as UNSW or colloquially as New South, is a university situated in Kensington, a suburb in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. . Cited in Walker 2002:277.

Ohta, S., K. Morisada, N. Tanaka, Y. Kiyono and S. Effendi

2000 Are Soils in Degraded Dipterocarp Forest Ecosystems Deteriorated? A comparison study of Imperata grasslands, degraded secondary forests, and primary forests. Pp. 49-57. IN: E. Guhardja, M. Fatawi, M. Sutrisna, T. Moil, and S. Ohta, eds., Rain forest Ecosystems of East Kalimantan: El Nino, Drought, Fire and Human Impacts. Ecological Studies, Volume 140. Tokyo: Springer-Verlag. Cited in Priadjati 2002:178.

Okushima, Mika

2002 Commentary on the Sebuku Document: Local History from the Perspective of a Minor Polity of Coastal Northeast Borneo. Journal of Sophia Asian Studies 20:149-172.

Omon, Mulyana

2002 Dipterocarpaceae: Shorea Leprusola Miq. Cuttings, Mycorrhizae Mycorrhizae

Dual organs of absorption that are formed when symbiotic fungi inhabit healthy absorbing organs (roots, rhizomes, or thalli) of most terrestrial plants and many aquatics and epiphytes.
 and Nutrients" Tropenbos Kalimantan, Kalimantan Series No 7. ISBN 90-5112-057-0. This is the published version of a Wageningen University Ph.D. thesis (Tropenbos International website). Also cited in Priadjati 2002: 179.

Ooi Keat Gin

2002 Prelude to Invasion: Covert Activities of SRD SRD Suriname Dollar (ISO currency code)
SRD Sustainable Resource Development (Alberta, Canada)
SRD Short Range Devices (wireless networking)
SRD System Reference Document
 Prior to the Australian Re-Occupation of Northwest Borneo, 1944-45. Journal of the Australian War Memorial The Australian War Memorial is Australia's national memorial to the members of all its armed forces and supporting organizations who have died or participated in the wars of the Commonwealth of Australia. The memorial includes an extensive national military museum.  37 (October 2002). Electronic format (www:awm.gov.au). Data by courtesy of Professor Ooi Keat Gin.

Padoch, Christine, Nancy Lee Peluso and Cecilia Danks, eds.

2003 Borneo in Transition. People, Forests, Conservation and Development. Oxford University Press, second edition, October 2003. Hardback. ISBN 9835600678. Source: Amazon.corn website.

Pinard, M. A., M. G. Barker and J. Tay

2000 Soil Disturbance and Post-Logging Forest Recovery on Bulldozer Paths in Sabah, Malaysia. Forest Ecology and Management 130:213-225. Cited in Slik 2001:221.

Pinard, M. A., B. Howlett and D. Davidson

1996 Site Conditions Limit Pioneer Tree Recruitment After Logging of Dipterocarp Forests in Sabah, Malaysia. Biotropica 28:2-12. Cited in Slik 2001:221.

Plagnes, Valerie, Christiane Causse, Michel Fontugne, Jean-Michel Chazine and Luc-Henri Fage

2003 Cross Dating (Th/U-14C) of Calcite calcite (kăl`sīt), very widely distributed mineral, commonly white or colorless, but appearing in a great variety of colors owing to impurities.  Covering Prehistoric Paintings in Borneo. Quaternary quaternary /qua·ter·nary/ (kwah´ter-nar?e)
1. fourth in order.

2. containing four elements or groups.


qua·ter·nar·y
adj.
1. Consisting of four; in fours.
 Research, Volume 60, Number 2 (2003).

Prance, G. T.

2001 A New species of Kostermanthus (Chrysobalanaceae) from Sarawak, Malaysia. Novon 11:451-453.

Priadjati, Aldrianto

1999 The Impacts of Forest Fifes on Seedlings and Saplings Structure in Sungai Wain Protection Forest, East Kahmantan, Indonesia. Pp 310-319. IN: H. Suhartoyo and T. Toma, eds., Impacts of Fire and Human Activities on Forest Ecosystems in the Tropics. Proceedings of the third International Symposium on Asian Tropical Forest Management, Samarinda, East Kalimantan, 20-23 September 1999. Pusrehut Special Publication No. 8. Tropical Forest Research Centre, Mulawarman University; and Japanese International Cooperation Agency. Cited in Priadjati 2002:190.

2002 Dipterocarpaceae: Forest Fires and Recovery. Wageningen: Tropenbos International. Tropenbos Kalmaantan Series No 8; ISBN 90-5113-062-7; euro 20). This is the published version of a Wageningen University Ph.D. thesis; includes an extensive bibliography, pp. 165-188.

Priadjati, Aldrianto and Rayan

1998 The Effect of Shading on the Growth ofShorea cf. johorensis Seeds in the Nursery. Buletin Penelitian Kehutanan. Visi & Misi Ilmiah BPK Samarinda 13 (1). Cited in Priadj ati 2002:190.

Priadjati, Aldrianto, W. T. M. Smits and G. W. Tolkamp

2001 Vegetative Propagation to Assure a Continuous Supply of Plant Material for Forest Rehabilitation. Pp. 19-30. IN: P. J. M. Hillegers and H. H. de Iongh, eds., Workshop Proceedings: The Balance between Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use of Tropical Rain Forests, 6-8 December 1999. Tropenbos International. Wageningen: The Tropenbos Foundation. Cited in Priadjati 2002:190.

Priadjati, A. and G. W. Tolkamp, G.W.

2001 Growth Comparisons among Dipterocarp Seedlings, Wildlings and Cuttings in Secondary Forest. Pp. 112-120.IN: M. C. Cox and C. Elouard, eds., Proceedings: The Sixth Round Table Conference on Dipterocarpaceae, Bangalore, India, 812 February 1999. Perth, WA: Curtin University of Technology. Cited in Priadjati 2002:191.

Priyanti

2002 Jenis-jenis Annonaceae pemanjat di Kabupaten Berau, Kalimantan Timur. Floribuna 2:9-15.

Pugsley, Christopher

From Emergency to Confrontation: The New Zealand New Zealand (zē`lənd), island country (2005 est. pop. 4,035,000), 104,454 sq mi (270,534 sq km), in the S Pacific Ocean, over 1,000 mi (1,600 km) SE of Australia. The capital is Wellington; the largest city and leading port is Auckland.  Armed Forces in Malaya And Borneo, 1949-1966. Oxford University Press. Hardback, 612pp. ISBN 0195584538. Source: Amazon.com website, Wednesday 18 February 2004. Purl, R. K.

2001 Belungan Ethnobiology Handbook Centre for International Forestry Research, Bogor; xxxv + 310pp; illustrations.

Reece, Bob

2002a Two Missionaries in Brunei in 1837: George Tradescant Lay and the Revd. J. T. Dickinson. Sarawak Museum Journal Volume LVII, No 78 (New Series):179-204.

2002b Obituary. Haji Yusuf (Peter) Heaton. Sarawak Museum Journal, Volume LVII, No. 78 (New Series):299-301.

Reece, R. H. W., ed.

2002 A Botanist in Borneo. Hugh Low's Sarawak Journals, 1844-1846 (with notes on Hugh Low's Plant Portraits by P. J. Cribb). Kota Kinabalu: Natural History Publications.

Rijksen, H. D. and E. Meijaard

1999 Our Vanishing Relative. The Status of Wild Orang Utans at the Close of the Twentieth Century. Kluwer Academic Publishers, first edition, August 1999. Hardback. ISBN 079235754X.

Rivers, P. J.

2003 Keramat in Singapore in the Mid-Twentieth Century. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society Volume LXXVI, Part 2:93-119. See, for example, page 105 (origins-of-Brunei-sultanate relevance).

Sather, Clifford

2001 Shamanic Journeys and Other Travels: Interplaces and the Importation of Distant Landscapes in Iban Constructions of Community and Self. Pp. 144-178. IN: Jukka Siikala, ed., Departures. How Societies Distribute Their People. Helsinki: Transactions of the Finnish Anthropological Society No. 46. Cited in Sather 2003:246.

2002 Review of Eva Maria Kershaw, A Study of Brunei Dusun Religion. Ethnic Priesthood on a Frontier of Islam, Phillips, ME: Borneo Research Council. Asian Folklore Studies, 61(2):338-340.

2003a Transformations of Self and Community in Saribas Iban Death Rituals. Pp. 175-247. IN: William D. Wilder, ed., Journeys of the Soul. Anthropological Studies of Death, Burial, and Reburial Practices in Borneo. Phillips, ME: Borneo Research Council, Inc.

2003b The Shaman as Preserver and Undoer of Life: The Role of the Shaman in Saribas Iban Death Rituals. Pp. 153-177. IN: Mihaly Hoppal and Gabor Kosa, eds., Rediscovery of Shamanic Heritage. Budapest: Akademiai Kiado.

Saunders, Graham

2002 A History of Brunei London: RoutledgeCurzon; hbk; 272 pp; 5 line drawings, 22 b/w photographs, sixteen plates; ISBN 0-7007-1698-X; 55 [pounds sterling]; second edition, August 2002; originally published in 1994.

2003a Agent of Empire. British North Borneo British North Borneo: see Sabah, Malaysia.  and Southern Nigeria: The Colonial Career of Cyril Cameron Pyke. Hull Special Issue of the Centre for South-East Asian Studies, University of Hull.

2003b Perayaan Books. Antiquarian an·ti·quar·i·an  
n.
One who studies, collects, or deals in antiquities.

adj.
1. Of or relating to antiquarians or to the study or collecting of antiquities.

2. Dealing in or having to do with old or rare books.
, Second-Hand, New & Academic Publications on South-East Asia York, England: Perayaan Books, Catalogue No. 21.

Saw, L. G. and E. Soepadmo

2002 The Flora Malesiana Project and Its Relevance to Malaysia. Flora Malesiana Bulletin 13(2): 178-190.

Schuiteman, A. and E. F. De Vogel

2002 Nepenthes vogelii (Nepenthaceae): A New Species from Sarawak. Blumea 47:537-540.

Sellato, Bernard

2000 Forest, Resources and People in Bulungan. Elements for a History of Settlement, Trade, and Social Dynamics in Borneo, 1880-2000 A report to CIFOR. Center for International Forestry Research, Bogor. Cited in Jong 2002:118.

2002a Innermost Borneo. Studies in Dayak Cultures. Paris and Singapore: Seven Orients, Singapore University Press.

2002b Castrated cas·trate  
tr.v. cas·trat·ed, cas·trat·ing, cas·trates
1. To remove the testicles of (a male); geld or emasculate.

2. To remove the ovaries of (a female); spay.

3.
 Dead: The Making of Un-Ancestors among the Aoheng, and Some Considerations on Death and Ancestors in Borneo. IN: Henri Chambert-Loir and Anthony Reid, eds., The Potent Dead. Ancestors, Saints and Heroes in Contemporary Indonesia (ASAA ASAA American Sleep Apnea Association
ASAA Alberta Schools' Athletic Association (Canada)
ASAA Alaska School Activities Association
ASAA American Society of Aviation Artists
ASAA Asian Studies Association of Australia, Inc.
 Publication series). Cited in Sillander 2004:370.

2002c Non-timber Forest Products Non-timber forest products or NTFPs comprise all goods derived from forests of both plant and animal origin other than timber. NTFPs contribute to household income and subsistence and are of cultural importance in many rural societies.  and Trade in Eastern Borneo. Bobs & Forets des Tropiques 271:37-50.

Setyawati, I.

2003 Biodiversity and Traditional Knowledge: Rice Varieties among the Leppo' Ke of Apau Ping. Pp. 35-48. IN: C. Eghenter, B. Sellato and G. S. Devung, eds., Social Science Research and Conservation Management in the Interior of Borneo. Jakarta: CIFOR.

Shimizu, Professor Dr. Yoshimi

2002a The Saint Cult in Brunei Damssalam: With Special Reference to the Cases from a Malay Muslim Village. Minzokugaku-Kenkyu (Japanese Journal of Ethnology ethnology (ĕthnŏl`əjē), scientific study of the origin and functioning of human cultures. It is usually considered one of the major branches of cultural anthropology, the other two being anthropological archaeology and ), Vol. 66, No. 4, March 2002, The Japanese Society of Ethnology, Tokyo. Japanese-language article with an English abstract; likewise the next three items. Data by courtesy of Professor Shimizu.

2002b The Malay Muslims' View of Death: The Dead and the Living in a Bruneian Village. Sogoseisaku Kenkyu (Journal of Policy and Culture) Volume 9, May 2002, Faculty of Policy Studies, Chuo University, Tokyo.

2002c The Malay Muslims' View of the Supernatural: A Case Study of a Bruneian Village. Chuo Daigaku Seisakubunkasogokenkyujo Nenpo (Annual Bulletin of the Institute of Policy and Cultural Studies), No. 5, June 2002, The Institute of Policy and Cultural Studies, Chuo University, Tokyo.

2003 Malay, English, and Arabic: The Language Policy in Brunei Darussalam: With Special Reference to the Cases from a Malay Muslim Village. Sogoseisaku Kenkyu (Journal of Policy and Culture) Volume 10, forthcoming 2003, Faculty of Policy Studies, Chuo University, Tokyo.

Sidiyasa, Kade

1998 Taxonomy, Phylogeny and Wood Anatomy of Alstonia (Apocynaceae). Leiden University. Supplement 11 to Blumea: Journal of Plant Taxonomy and Plant Geography.

Sillander, Kenneth

2004 Acting Authoritatively: How Authority is Expressed through Social Action among the Bentian of Indonesian Borneo. Helsinki: Research Institute, Swedish School of Social Science, University of Helsinki The University of Helsinki is not to be confused with the Helsinki University of Technology.

The University of Helsinki (Finnish: Helsingin yliopisto, Swedish: Helsingfors universitet 
. SSKH Skrifter No. 17.

Sindju, H. B.

2003 Making a Swidden: Social and Technological Aspects of Leppo' Ke Agricultural Practices. Pp. 49-64. IN: C. Eghenter, B. Sellato and G. S. Devung, eds., Social Science Research and Conservation Management in the Interior of Borneo. Jakarta: CIFOR.

Sirait, M. T.

2003 Management, Processing, and Uses of Rattan in Long Uli, Pujungan Subdistrict. Pp. 65-81. IN: C. Eghenter, B. Sellato and G. S. Devung, eds., Social Science Research and Conservation Management in the Interior of Borneo. Jakarta: CIFOR.

Slik, J. W. F.

1998 Three New Malesian Species of Mallotus Section Hancea (Euphorbiaceae). Blumea 43:225-232. Cited in Slik 2001:224.

2001 Macaranga and Mallotus (Euphorbiaceae) as Indicators for Disturbance in the Lowland Dipterocarp Forests of East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Tropenbos Foundation, Tropenbos Kalimantan Series, No. 4. ISBN 90-5113-045-7. Paperback.

Slik, J. W. F., Priyono and P. C. van Welzen

2000 Key to the Macaranga Thou. and Mallotus Lout Lout - Lout is a batch text formatting system and an embedded language by Jeffrey H. Kingston <jeff@cs.su.oz.au>. The language is procedural, with Scribe-like syntax. . Species (Euphorbiaceae) of East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Gardens' Bulletin Singapore 52:11-87. Cited in Slik 2001:224.

Slik, J. W. F., R. W. Verburg and P. J. A. Kegler

2002 Effects of Fire and Selective Logging on the Tree Species Composition of Lowland Dipterocarp Forest in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Biodiversity and Conservation 11:85-98.

Slik, J. W. F and P. C. Van Welzen

2001 A Taxonomic Revision of Mallotus Sections Hancea and Stylanthus (Euphorbiaceae). Blumea 46:3-66. Cited in Slik 2001:224.

Smith, P.M. (University of Kuwait)

2003 Omar Ali's Extra Thumb Brunei (Borneo) in the Historical Text. Rethinking History Volume 7, No. 1(2003):23-49. Reference by courtesy of Mr. Simon Francis.

Soepadmo, E., L. G. Saw and R. C. K. Chung

2002 Tree Flora of Sabah and Sarawak (4). Kuala Lumpur: Forest Research Institute of Malaysia.

Solheim, Wilhelm G., II

2003 Review of Peter Francis, Jr., Asia's Maritime Bead Trade, 300 B.C. to the Present (Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2002). IN: Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society Volume LXXVI, Part 2:129-132.

Spalding, Linda

2003 A Dark Place. Following Leakey's Last Angel into Borneo. Seal Press. September 2003. Paperback, 272pp. ISBN 1580051014. Source: Amazon.com website.

Stapf, O.

2001 (1894) On the Flora of Mount Kinabalu in North Borneo. Kota Kinabalu: Natural History Publications. Reprint of an original paper in the Linnean Society [Journal], London; with an introduction and brief biography by J.H. Beaman.

Steedly, Mary Margaret

1999 The State of Culture Theory in the Anthropology of Southeast Asia. Annual Review of Anthropology 28:431-454. Cited in Amster 2003:306.

Strange, Morten

2003 A Photographic Guide to the Birds of Southeast Asia including the Philippines and Borneo. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Paperback, 400 pp. ISBN 0691114943.

Suleiman, M. and S. R. Edwards

2002 Mosses of Mt. Trus Madi, Sabah, Malaysia. Trop. Bryol. 21:57-64; illustrations.

Survival International

2001 Siberia to Sarawak: Tribal Peoples of Asia. Survival International. Paperback, 48 pp. ISBN 0946592217. Source: Amazon.com website.

Taylor, Brian

2002 The Conversion of the Ranee ra·nee  
n.
Variant of rani.


ranee
Noun

same as rani

Noun 1. ranee - (the feminine of raja) a Hindu princess or the wife of a raja
rani
. Sarawak Museum Journal, Volume LVII, No. 78 (New Series):205-214.

Tolkamp, G.W. and Priadjati, Aldrianto

1998 A First Step to Restore Dipterocarp Forest on Imperata cylindrica Grasslands in East Kalimantan. Pp 50-58. IN: J. Kikkawa, P. Dart, D. Doley, K. Ishii, D. Lamb and K. Suzuki, eds., Overcoming Impediments to Reforestation Reforestation

The reestablishment of forest cover either naturally or artificially. Given enough time, natural regeneration will usually occur in areas where temperatures and rainfall are adequate and when grazing and wildfires are not too frequent.
: Tropical Forest Rehabilitation in the Asia-Pacific Region. Proceedings of the sixth International Workshop of BIO-REFOR, Brisbane, 2-5 December 1997. Cited in Priadjati 2002:190.

Tolkamp, G. W., A. Priadjati and R. Effendi

2001 Towards an Ecology-Based Strategy for the Reforestation of Imperata Cylindrica Grasslands in East Kalimantan. Pp 99-116. IN: P. J. M. Hillegers and H. H. de Iongh, eds., Workshop proceedings: The Balance Between Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use of Tropical Rain Forests, 6-8 December 1999. Tropenbos International. Wageningen: The Tropenbos Foundation. Cited in Pnadjati 2002:191.

Toma, T., Marjenah and Hastaniah

2000 Climate in Bukit Suharto, East Kalimantan. Pp. 13-27. IN: E. Guhardja, M. Fatawi, M. Sutrisna, T. Mori, and S. Ohta, eds., Rainforest Ecosystems of East Kalimantan: El Nino, Drought, Fire and Human Impacts. Ecological Studies, Volume 140. Tokyo: Springer-Verlag. Cited in Priadjati 2002:185.

Toma, T., P. Matius, Hastaniah, Y. Kiyono, R. Watanabe and Y. Okimori

2000 Dynamics of Burned Lowland Dipterocarp Forest Stands in Bukit Suharto, East Kalimantan. Pp. 107-120. IN: E. Guhardja, M. Fatawi, M. Sutrisna, T. Mori, and S. Ohta, eds., Rain forest Ecosystems of East Kalimantan: El Nino, Drought, Fire and Human Impacts. Ecological Studies, Volume 140. Tokyo: Springer-Verlag. Cited in Priadjati 2002:185.

Uchibori, Motomitsu

2003 Review of Clifford Sather, Seeds of Play, Words of Power Words of Power (1997) is an aggrotech single by Funker Vogt. Track listing
  1. "Words of Power (Highspeed mix)"
  2. "The 3rd War (Original mix)"
  3. "Thanks For Nothing (Original mix)"
  4. "Words of Power (Power mix)"
  5. "The 3rd War (Atomic Shell)"
: An Ethnographic Study of Iban Shamanic Chants (Vol. 5, Borneo Classics Series, Kuching: Tun Jugah Foundation in co-operation with the Borneo Research Council, 2001). IN: Asian Folklore Studies LXII(2):347-349.

United Daily News

2004- Due to be launched in Sarawak and Negara Brunei Darussalam on 1 January 2004, the United Daily News' arises from a merger of the Miri Daily News and the Chinese Daily News. A circulation of thirty-five thousand is anticipated. The place of publication is not given (source:Borneo Bulletin, online version, Tuesday 2 December 2003:h16.htm).

Uutera, J., T. Tokola and M. Maltamo

2000 Differences in Structure of Primary and Managed Forests in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Forest Ecology and Management 129:63-74. Cited in Slik 2001:222.

Valkenburg, J. L. C. H. van

1997 Non-timber Forest Products of East Kalimantan, Potentials for Sustainable Forest Use. Tropenbos Series 16. Leiden: Backhuys Publishers. Cited in Slik 2001:222.

Verburg, R., F. Silk, G. Heil, M. Roos and P. Baas

2000 Secondary forest succession of rain forests in East Kalimantan: a preliminary data analysis. Pp. 151-160. IN: P. J. M. Hillegers and H. H. de Iongh, eds., The Balance between Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use of Tropical Rain Forests. Workshop Proceedings, 6-8 December 1999, Balikpapan, Tropenbos Foundation.

Vermeulen, J. J.

2001 Carr's spirit collection of Kinabalu orchids recovered, with some notes on Bulbophyllum species present in this collection. Gard. Bull. Sing. 52:273-284.

Wadley, Reed L.

2003a Ethics of access, boundary keeping and forest resource management in Indonesian Borneo: Potential tools for conservation work among mobile peoples. IN: D. Chatty chat·ty  
adj. chat·ti·er, chat·ti·est
1. Inclined to chat; friendly and talkative.

2. Full of or in the style of light informal talk: a chatty letter.
, ed., Mobile Peoples and Conservation, A Special Issue of Nomadic See nomadic computing.  Peoples 7(1):52-73.

2003b Lines in the forest: Internal territorialization ter·ri·to·ri·al·ize  
tr.v. ter·ri·to·ri·al·ized, ter·ri·to·ri·al·iz·ing, ter·ri·to·ri·al·iz·es
1. To make a territory of; organize as a territory.

2. To extend by adding territory.
 and local accommodation in West Kalimantan, Indonesia (1865-1979). South East Asia Research 11(1):91-112. Data by courtesy of Dr. Wadley.

Wadley, Reed L. and F. Kuyah

2001 Iban Communities in West Kalimantan. IN: The Encyclopaedia of Iban Studies, V. H. Sutlive et al. eds. Kuching: The Tun Jugah Foundation. Cited in Sather 2003:247.

Walker, John Henry

2002 Power and Prowess: The Origins of Brooke Kingship in Sarawak. Crows Nest, NSW NSW New South Wales

Noun 1. NSW - the agency that provides units to conduct unconventional and counter-guerilla warfare
Naval Special Warfare
; and Honolulu, Hawai'i. Asian Studies Association of Australia in association with Allen & Unwin and University of Hawai'i Press; pbk.

Waterson, Roxana

2003 Review of Clifford Sather, Seeds of Play, Words' of Power: An Ethnographic Study of Iban Shamanic Chants (Vol. 5, Borneo Classics Series, Kuching: Tun Jugah Foundation in co-operation with the Borneo Research Council, 2001). IN: Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society Volume LXXVI, Part 1:115-117.

Welsh, Bridget, ed.

2004 Reflections: The Mahathir Years. Washington DC: Johns Hopkins University; Southeast Asia Studies Program, The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), based in Washington, D.C., is a graduate school devoted to the study of international affairs, economics, diplomacy, and policy research and education. SAIS is a part of The Johns Hopkins University.  (SAIS Sais
 Arabic Sa al-Hajar

Ancient Egyptian city. Located in the delta on the Canopic, or Rosetta, branch of the Nile River, it was from prehistoric times the site of the chief shrine of Neith, goddess of war and the loom.
).

Wilder, William D.

2003 Introduction: Anthropology, Life, and Death. IN: William D. Wilder, ed., Journeys of the Soul Anthropological Studies" of Death, Burial and Reburial Practices in Borneo. Borneo Research Council Monograph Series, Volume Seven. Phillips, ME: Borneo Research Council, Inc.

Wilder, William D., ed.

2003 Journeys of the Soul. Anthropological Studies of Death, Burial, and Reburial Practices in Borneo. Borneo Research Council Monograph Series, Volume Seven. Phillips, ME: Borneo Research Council, Inc.

Wollenberg, E.

2001 Incentives for collecting gaharu (fungal-infected wood of Aquilaria spp.; Thymelaeaceae) in East Kalimantan. Economic Botany 55:444-456.

Wood, J. J.

1997 Orchids' of Borneo, Volume 3." Dendrobium, Dendrochilum and Others. Kota Kinabalu: Sabah Society and Kew: Royal Botanic Gardens Royal Botanic Gardens may refer to:
  • Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, England
  • Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Royal Botanic Gardens, Cranbourne, Victoria, Australia
  • Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
.

Wright, Leigh

2002 Julian Pauncefote and British Imperial Policy 1855-1889. Lanham, Maryland; New York; Oxford: University Press of America, Inc.

Yahya bin Haji Ibrahim, Pehin Dato Paduka Seri Setia Ustaz Haji Awang

2003a Perjalanan Kedua Dari Rumah Ke Puncak Suasana. Bandar Seri Begawan: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka.

Launched in August 2003 at a seminar on the study of old Malay manuscripts organised by the DBP DBP Diastolic Blood Pressure
DBP Development Bank of the Philippines
DBP Database Project (Visual Studio File Extension)
DBP DNA Binding Protein
DBP Disinfection Byproduct
DBP Deutsche Bundespost
 (Government of Brunei Darussalam Official Website, Online News, Tuesday 26 August 2003). One translation of the title is "The Second Journey from Home to the Summit of Conditions" (Borneo Bulletin online version, Tuesday 22 July 2003:h34.htm). The book comprises a collection of fifty-nine poems written by Yahya MS between 1956 and 1968 (Borneo Bulletin online version Tuesday 22 July 2003 :h34.htm).

2003 Tazkirul Mursyedeen Fi Sabili Rabbil A 'lameen . Bandar Seri Begawan: Pusat Dakwah Islamiah.

The book, by NBD's Deputy Minister of Religious Affairs, comprises a compilation ofzikir and prayers taken from various Islamic holy books; launched at the PDI PDI Protein Disulfide Isomerase
PDI Personal Docente e Investigador (Spanish: Personal Educational and Investigating)
PDI Pre Delivery Inspection
PDI Professional Development Institute
, October 2003 (Government of Brunei Darussalam Official Website, Online News Thursday 2 October 2003).

Zeffi Ariff Brunei

n.d. Rapat. Bandar Seri Begawan: Department of Malay Literature, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) is the largest faculty in the National University of Singapore (NUS). It is made up of three main departments, Asian Studies, Humanities and Social Sciences. , University of Brunei Darussalam. No date (c. 2003). This book, which comprises an anthology of drama and theatre scripts, was nominated for the 2003 MASTERA (South-East Asia Literature Council) Literary Award (Borneo Bulletin online, Friday 22 August 2003).

Zhu, H.

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