Borneo bibliography 2005.Abdul Rahman Mohamed Yusof 1984 Perkembangan Teater di Brunei [The Development of Theatre in Brunei]. Beriga, No. 3(April-June):57-62.
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Abdul Razak bin Pengiran Haji Damit, Pengiran 2001 Brunei Bay, Northwest Borneo: Depositional System. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Aberdeen The University of Aberdeen is an ancient university founded in 1495, in Old Aberdeen, Scotland and a world-renowned centre for teaching and research. It is the fifth oldest university in the United Kingdom and the wider English-speaking world. .
Source: University of Aberdeen website, Tuesday 7 February 2006.
Adelaar, K. Alexander 2004 Where Does Malay Come From? Twenty Years of Discussions about Homeland, Migrations and Classifications. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 160(1):1-30.
2005 (with assistance of Pak Vitus Kaslem) Salako or Badamea. Sketch Grammar, Texts and Lexicon of a Kanayatn Dialect in West Borneo. (Frankfurter Forschungen zu Sudostasien 2). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag.
Any of various small, long-tailed, insect-eating lizards of the family Agamidae, found in the Old World tropics.
[American Spanish, of Cariban origin.]
Noun 1. , Agnes Lee 2004 Towards a Theory of Substance and Form: A Contextual Analysis of Kiau Dusun Plant Knowledge in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Kent at Canterbury.
"AMS AMS - Andrew Message System " 2005 "Ecology/Evolution. A Forest Sere. Science 307(11 February):817.
Amster, Matthew H. 2005a Cross-Border Marriage in the Kelabit Highlands of Borneo. Anthropological Forum 15(2): 131-50.
2005b The Rhetoric of the State: Dependency and Control in a Malaysian-Indonesian Borderland bor·der·land
a. Land located on or near a frontier.
b. The fringe: a shadowy figure who lived on the borderland of the drug scene.
2. . Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power 12(1):23-43.
Amster, Matthew H. and Johan Lindquist 2005 Frontiers, Sovereignty, and Marital Tactics: Comparisons from the Borneo Highlands and the Indonesia-Malaysia-Singapore Growth Triangle. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 6(1)(April):1-17.
Anaman, K. A. and Ismail Duraman (eds.) 2003 Applied Economic Analysis in Brunei Darussalam: Evaluation of Economic Growth and Trade, Microeconomic mi·cro·ec·o·nom·ics
n. (used with a sing. verb)
The study of the operations of the components of a national economy, such as individual firms, households, and consumers. Efficiency and Analysis of Socio-economic Problems. 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. : Universiti Brunei Darussalam University of Brunei Darussalam (Abbreviation: UBD; Malay: Universiti Brunei Darussalam; Jawi: يونيبرسيتي بروني . ISBN ISBN
International Standard Book Number
ISBN International Standard Book Number
ISBN n abbr (= International Standard Book Number) → ISBN m 99917-1-126-0.
Anderson, Douglas D.
1997 Cave Archaeology in Southeast Asia. Geoarchaeology 12:607-38.
Appell, G. N. 1974a Comments on D. E. Brown, "Corporations and Social Classification." Current Anthropology 15:41.
1974b Review of Donald E. Brown, Brunei: The Structure and History of a Bornean Malay Sultanate. American Anthropologist 76:145-46.
1976 Review of Spenser St. John Spenser St. John, FRGS, FES, was British Consul in Brunei in the mid 19th century. In 1858, St. John made two ascents of the famous Mount Kinabalu with Hugh Low. One of the peaks of Mount Kinabalu, St. , Life in the Forests of the Far East, Volumes I and II. The Asian Student 24(15):11.
2003 Rungus Dusun. IN: Carol R. Ember and Melvin Ember (eds), Encyclopedia of Sex and Gender: Men and Women in the World's Cultures. New Haven: Human Relations Area Files The Human Relations Area Files, Inc. (HRAF), located in New Haven, Connecticut is a nonprofit international membership organization with over 300 member institutions in the U.S. and more than 20 other countries. and Kluwer/Plenum.
2004 Kadazan-Dusun. IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed), Southeast Asia: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara: ABC ABC
in full American Broadcasting Co.
Major U.S. television network. It began when the expanding national radio network NBC split into the separate Red and Blue networks in 1928. CLIO.
2005 Dismantling the Cultural Ecosystem of the Rungus of Sabah, Malaysia: A History of How the Ideology of Western Institutions Led to the Destruction of a Bornean Environment. IN Wadley (ed.), 2005:213-43.
Ashworth, Jon 2005a "Brunei's Royals Lost 50 Million [pounds sterling] Cafe Chain Suit" and "Super-Rich Family Grows Accustomed to Law Fights." The Times (London), online, 7 February 2005.
2005b Heat Turned Up in Briton's Coffee War with Brunei Royal. The Times (London), online, 21 February 2005.
Asia and Pacific Review 2005: The Economic and Business Report. Saffron Walden: World of Information. In association with Knowledge Books and Software, Brighton, Queensland, Australia. 22nd edition; first published in 1980. Managing Editor: Anthony Axon axon: see nervous system; synapse. . 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 section, pp. 38-46.
Atack, Katherine n.d. The Fishes of Kuching Rivers. Published by Natural History Publications, Kota Kinabalu; launched at Kuching on Wednesday 25 January 2006 (Borneo Bulletin online, Tuesday 31 January 2006:b5.htm).
"This is a field guide to the fishes of three rivers, namely Sungai Sarawak, Sungai Maong, and Sungai Kuap, and forms part of an urban environmental management system project being carried out by the state government and Danish International Development Assistance (Danida)" (Borneo Bulletin online, Tuesday 31 January 2006:b5.htm).
Aziz Anwar, Syed and M. Sadiq Sohail 2003 Testing Market Orientation of Bank Managers in the Emerging Economy of Brunei The Asian financial crisis in 1997 and 1998, coupled with fluctuations in the price of oil have created uncertainty and instability in Brunei's economy. In addition, the 1998 collapse of the AMEDEO Corporation, Brunei's largest construction firm whose projects helped fuel the domestic . International Journal of Bank Marketing 21(6).
Azman bin Ahmad 2005 Negara Brunei Darussalam: Towards Reform and Sustainable Progress. SEAA SEAA Software Engineering and Advanced Applications
SEAA Steel Erectors Association of America
SEAA Society for East Asian Archaeology
SEAA South of England Athletic Association (UK)
SEAA State Education Assistance Authority 2005.
Cited in an ISEAS ISEAS Institute for Southeast Asian Studies flysheet fly·sheet
A printed sheet or pamphlet; a handbill.
flysheet n (for tent) → doble techo
flysheet n (for tent) → .
Baer, A. 2004 One Hand Clapping: Malaria in Borneo, Past and Present. Sarawak Museum Journal LX 81:63-88.
2005 Genes, People, and Borneo History. Borneo Research Council, Occasional Paper No 2. Phillips, Maine: Borneo Research Council.
Baler, Martin 2005 Salzewinnung und Topferei der Dayak im nordwestlichen Ost-Kalimantan (Indonesisch-Borneo). Tribus 54:57-69.
BAKTI ABDB ABDB Angkatan Bersenjata Diraja Brunei (Brunei armed forces)
ABDB Antigua and Barbuda Development Bank 2005 Selera BAKTI. 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) : bilingual (English-Malay); publication sponsored by HSBC HSBC Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation
HSBC Humane Society of Broward County (Florida)
HSBC Humane Society of Bay County (Bay County, Michigan) .
This book, launched on Sunday 4 December 2005, comprises BAKTI ABDB members' recipes, whether of Malay, Asian, or Western cuisine. BAKTI ABDB is an association for wives of members of the Royal Brunei Armed Forces The Royal Brunei Armed Forces was formed on the 31st May 1961. Known as the Askar Melayu Brunei, (Brunei Malay Regiment in Malay) it was honoured with the royal title on the 31st May 1965 when the word 'Diraja' (Royal in Malay) was added to the title. . This is the first such effort by BAKTI ABDB and there are hopes of further publications along these lines in due course (BBO BBO Board of Bar Overseers
BBO Bridge Base Online
BBO Beta-Barium Borate
BBO Billion Barrels of Oil
BBO Best Bid Offer
BBO Big Bang Observer (NASA)
BBO Bureau Beleidsbeïnvloeding Ontwikkelingssamenwerking M.5.12.2005:h8.htm).
Bantong Antaran 1994 Tamarok: Invoking the Darato. Brunei Museum Journal 9:13-23.
1995 Brunei Dress: Tradition and Adaptation. Brunei Museum Journal 10:1-14.
Barker, Graeme 2005 The Archaeology of Foraging and Farming at Niah Cave, Sarawak. Asian Perspectives: Journal of Archaeology for Asia & the Pacific 44(1):90-106.
Barker, Graeme, Huw Barton, Paul Beavitt, Simon Chapman, Michael Derrick, Chris Doherty, Lucy Farr, David Gilbertson, Chris Hunt, Wayne Jarvis, John Krigbaum, Bernard Maloney, Sue McLaren, Paul Petitt, Brian Pyatt, Tim Reynolds, Garry Rushworth, and Mark Stephens 2000 The Niah Cave Project: Preliminary Report on the First (2000) Season. Sarawak Museum Journal 55:111-49.
Barker; Graeme, Dana Badang, Huw Barton, Paul Beavitt, Michael Bird, Patrick Daly, Chris Doherty, David Gilbertson, Ian Glover, Chris Hunt, Jessica Manser, Sue McLaren, Victor Paz, Brian Pyatt, Tim Reynolds, Jim Rose, Garry Rushworth, and Mark Stephens 2001 The Niah Cave Project: The Second (2001) Season. Sarawak Museum Journal 56:37-119.
Barker, Graeme, Huw Barton, Michael Bird, Franca Cole, Patrick Daly, David Gilbertson, Chris Hunt, John Krigbaum, Cynthia Lampert, Helen Lewis, Linsay Lloyd-Smith, Jessica Manser, Sue McLaren, Francesco Menotti, Victor Paz, Paul Piper, Brian Pyatt, Ryan Rabett, Tim Reynolds, Mark Stephens, Gill Thompson, Mark Trickett, and Paula Whittaker 2002 The Niah Cave Project: The Third (2002) Season of Fieldwork. Sarawak Museum Journal 57:87-177.
Barker, Graeme, Huw Barton, Paul Beavitt, Michael Bird, Patrick Daly, David Gilbertson, Chris Hunt, John Krigbaum, Helen Lewis, Jessica Manser, Sue McLaren, Victor Paz, Phil Piper, Brian Pyatt, Tim Reynolds, Jim Rose, Garry Rushworth, and Mark Stephens 2002 Prehistoric Foragers and Farmers in Southeast Asia: Renewed Investigations at Niah Cave, Sarawak. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 68:147-64.
Barker, Graeme, Huw Barton, Michael Bird, Franca Cole, Patrick Daly, Alan Dykes, Lucy Farr, David Gilbertson, Tim Higham, Chris Hunt, Stephanie Knight, Edmund Kurui, Helen Lewis, Linsay Lloyd-Smith, Jessica Manser, Sue McLaren, Francesco Menotti, Phil Piper, Brian Pyatt, Ryan Rabett, Tim Reynolds, Jonathon Shimmin, Gill Thompson, and Mark Trickett 2003 The Niah Cave Project: The Fourth (2003) Season of Fieldwork. Sarawak Museum Journal 58:45-119.
Barrett, R., P. Loa, E. Jerah, D. Nancarrow, D. Chant, and B. Mowry 2005 Rates of Treated Schizophrenia and Its Clinical and Cultural Features in the Population Isolate of the Iban of Sarawak: A Tri-diagnostic Approach. Psychological Medicine (London) 35(2):281-94.
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Barton, Huw 2005 The Case for Rainforest Foragers: The Starch Record at Niah Cave, Sarawak. Asian Perspectives: Journal of Archaeology for Asia & the Pacific 44(1):56-72.
Basic Forest Types: Brunei Forest Resources Planning Study. BSB: printed by Government Printing Department, Ministry of Law, 1984.
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Becker, Peter and Haji Ruslan bin Kurus ku·rus
n. pl. kurus
See Table at currency.
[Turkish kuru 1994 Further Observations on Drought-Induced Mortality in Tropical Heath Forest. Brunei Museum Journal 9:89-91.
Bellwood, Peter and Peter White 2005 Domesticated do·mes·ti·cate
tr.v. do·mes·ti·cat·ed, do·mes·ti·cat·ing, do·mes·ti·cates
1. To cause to feel comfortable at home; make domestic.
2. To adopt or make fit for domestic use or life.
a. Pigs in Eastern Indonesia. Science (15 July)309:381.
Berger, Sebastien 2005 Sultan of Brunei Weds Second, Second Bride. The Daily Telegraph (London), Monday 22 August 2005:11.
Bernstein, Jay H. and Roy F. Ellen 1995 Licuala Palms in Brunei Dusun 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. . Brunei Museum Journal 10:97-110.
Bertheaux, Anna 1995 The Zulfakar on the Bedil Gargabus. Brunei Museum Journal 10:15-16.
Bertling, C. T. 1925 De Chineezen op de oostkust van Borneo. Koloniale Studien 9:1-35.
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Bickel, Tobias, Jurgen Gadau, and Carsten A. Bruhl 2001 The Influence of Habitat Fragmentation and Isolation on Genetic Diversity of Leaf Litter Ant Populations of Odontomachus rixosus in the Rainforests of Borneo. Zoology (104), Supplement IV:page 25.
Biswell, Andrew 2005 The Real Life of Anthony Burgess. London: Picador.
Bloomfield, Stuart 1984 A Chinese Funeral in Brunei. School Journal Part 3(1). Wellington: School Publications Branch, Department of Education. Four pages.
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Boomgaard, Peter, David Henley, and Manon Osseweijer (eds.) 2005 Muddied Waters. Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Management of Forests and Fisheries in Island Southeast Asia. Verhandelingen 229. ISBN 90-6718-243-5. Euro 35.00.
Braginsky, Vladimir 2005 The Heritage of Traditional Malay Literature: A Historical Survey of Genres, Writings and Literary Views. Singapore: ISEAS. 890pp; hbk S$99.50; ISBN 981-230-292-1.
Cited in an ISEAS flysheet. Extract: "Traditional literature, or 'the deed of the reed pen' as it was called by its creators, is not only the most valuable part of the cultural heritage of the Malay people, but also a shared legacy of Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and Brunei."
n. New England
Bread soaked in liquid, usually milk, and eaten as a pudding or as a side dish with meat.
[Middle English brewes, from Old French broez, pl. , Kielo 1997 A Comprehensive Study on Leadership in the Malaysian Context. Sabah Society Journal 14.
Brok, Perry den, Darrell Fisher, and Rowena Scott 2005 Research Report. The Importance of Teacher Interpersonal Behaviour for Student Attitudes in Brunei Primary Classes. International Journal of Science Education 27(7)(3 June):765-79.
Brown, Dale, and J. Defelice 2004 Dale Brown's Dreamland dream·land
1. An ideal or imaginary land.
2. A state of sleep.
Noun 1. dreamland - a pleasing country existing only in dreams or imagination
dreamworld, never-never land : Armageddon. New York: Jove Books, August 2004; paperback, US$7.99.
Thriller set in NBD/Malaysia.
Brown, M. 1940 Jelutong Jelutong may refer to:
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Bruhl, Carsten A. 2000 The Association of a Species of Gnamptogenys and a Bug--Myrmecophily or Parasitism parasitism: see parasite.
Relationship between two species in which one benefits at the expense of the other. Ectoparasites live on the body surface of the host; endoparasites live in their hosts' organs, tissues, or cells and often rely ? Anet Newsletter 2:7-8.
2001 Leaf Litter Ant Communities in Tropical Lowland Rain Forests in Sabah, Malaysia: Effects of Forest Disturbance and Fragmentation. Ph.D. thesis (Professor Linsenmair). Julius Maximilian's University, Warzburg.
2001 Attack from Above--The Story of the Robberfly. Malaysian Naturalist 54(3):38-9.
2003 Vollenhovia sp. aff. acanthina: An Ant Species that is Building Nests Using Resin. Anet Newsletter 6:21-22.
Bruhl, Carsten A., Thomas Eltz, and K. Eduard Linsenmair 1998 Composition of Leaf Litter Ant Communities in Primary and Secondary Forests in Sabah, Malaysia. IN: M. P. Schwarz and K. Hagedorn, eds., Social Insects at the Turn of the Millennium (Thirteenth Congress of IUSSI IUSSI International Union for the Study of Social Insects ). P. 84. Conference abstract.
2001 A Sampling Protocol for Leaf Litter Ant Communities in Tropical Rain Forests. A net Newsletter 3:13-15.
2003 Size Does Matter--Fragmentation of Tropical Rain Forests in Sabah Malaysia and the Effects on the Leaf Litter Ant Community. Biodiversity and Conservation 12:1371-89.
Bruhl, Carsten A., Gunik Gunsalam, and K. Eduard Linsenmair 1998 Stratification of Ants (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) in a Primary Rain Forest in Sabah, Borneo. Journal of Tropical Ecology 14:285-97.
Bruhl, Carsten A., and Frank T. Krell 2003 Finding a Rare Resource: Bornean Scarabaeoidea (Coleoptera) Attracted by Defensive Secretions of Diplopoda. The Coleopterists Notable students of coleopterology (beetles) include the following. Coleopterists from Austria
Bruhl, Carsten A., Maryati Mohamed, and K. Eduard Linsenmair 1999 Altitudinal Distribution of Leaf Litter Ants Along a Transect tran·sect
tr.v. tran·sect·ed, tran·sect·ing, tran·sects
To divide by cutting transversely.
[trans- + -sect. in Primary Forests on Mount Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. Journal of Tropical Ecology 15:265-77.
Bruhl, C., and M. Pfeiffer 2004 www.antbase.de: an online ant collection from Borneo. Anet Newsletter 7:14-16.
Brunei and BAE Systems Acceptance Dispute Moves to Court of Arbitration. 2005 Jane's Navy International 110(4).
Brunei International Financial Centre n.d. Brunei International Financial Centre: The Abode of Peace. [BSB: BIFC BiFC Bimolecular Fluorescence Complementation
BIFC Boise Interagency Fire Center ]. UBD reference: HC 445.85B786 (2003 accession).
Bulan, Lucy n.d. A Kelabit Discourse. Manuscript cited in Wadley (ed.), 2005:267.
Casson, A. 2001 Decentralisation n. 1. same as decentralization.
Noun 1. decentralisation - the spread of power away from the center to local branches or governments
spreading, spread - act of extending over a wider scope or expanse of space or time of Policymaking pol·i·cy·mak·ing or pol·i·cy-mak·ing
High-level development of policy, especially official government policy.
Of, relating to, or involving the making of high-level policy: and Administration of Policies Affecting Forests and Estate Crops in Kotawaringin Timur District, Central Kalimantan. Bogor: CIFOR CIFOR Center for International Forestry Research (Indonesia) . CIFOR Reports on Decentralisation and Forests in Indonesia, Case Study 5.
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Casson, A., and K. Obidzinski 2002 From New Order to Regional Autonomy: Shifting Dynamics of 'Illegal' Logging in Kalimantan, Indonesia. World Development 30(1):2133-51.
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Castles, Alex C. 2003 The Constitutional and Legal History of Sarawak: Documents and Commentaries. Volume I: People's Law-Making and Brooke Rule. Kuching: Persatuan Sejarah Malaysia Cawangan Sarawak. 294 pp.
Caton, Hiram 2002 Talking to a Heretic: Interviews with John Derek Freeman, 1985 and 1988. Compiled and edited by Hiram Caton. School of Humanities, Griffith University.
2005 The Exalted Self: Derek Freeman's Quest for the Perfect Identity. Identity: An International Journal of Theory and Research 5(4):359-83.
Both cited in Caton 2006.
2006 Conversion in Sarawak: Derek Freeman's Awakening to a New Anthropology. Posted online, 19 January 2006, at www.anthroglobe.ca.
Chan, Christopher C. A., and Cecil A. L. Pearson 2002 Comparison of Managerial Work Goals amongst Bruneian, Malaysian and Singaporean Managers. Journal of Management Development 21(7).
Chase, Tony 2001 Bruce Sandilands of Sabah. Broadoak: no publisher; 40 pp. "Biographical memoir of a surveyor who died in Sabah in 1975" cited in Perayaan Books, Catalogue No 22(2005):7.
Chazine, Jean-Michel 2003 Rock Art and Ceramics in East Borneo: Logical Discovery or New Cornerstone? IN: Christophe Sand, ed., Pacific Archaeology: Assessments and Prospects. Proceedings of the International Conference for the 50th Anniversary of the First Lapita Excavation. Les Cahiers de l'Archdologie en Nouvelle Caledonie 15:43-52.
Cheah Boon Kheng 2004 Review of Virginia Matheson Hooker, A Short History of Malaysia The history of Malaysia is a relatively recent offshoot of the history of the wider Malay-Indonesian world. Culturally and linguistically, there was until recent times little to distinguish the territories which now constitute Malaysia from the lands of the Malay Archipelago. : Linking East and West and of V. M. Hooker, Writing a New Society: Social Change through the Novel in Malay. 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. LXXVII(2)(December): 125-27.
Chia, Stephen 1997 The Prehistory prehistory, period of human evolution before writing was invented and records kept. The term was coined by Daniel Wilson in 1851. It is followed by protohistory, the period for which we have some records but must still rely largely on archaeological evidence to of Bukit Tengkorak as a Major Pottery Making Site in Southeast Asia, Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. Penang: 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. .
2001 The Prehistory of Bukit Tengkorak, Sabah, Malaysia. Journal of Southeast Asian Archaeology 21:146-59.
2003 Obsidian obsidian (ŏbsĭd`ēən), a volcanic glass, homogeneous in texture and having a low water content, with a vitreous luster and a conchoidal fracture. Sourcing at Bukit Tengkorak, Sabah, Malaysia. Sabah Society Journal 20.
Chia, Stephen, and Peter Koon 2003 Recent Discovery of an Ancient Log Coffin in Semporna, Sabah. Sabah Society Journal 20. Source: www.sabahsociety.com/20-2003.html, accessed Tu.21.2.2006: 1201h GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) See UTC.
GMT - Universal Time 1 .
Chin, Alvina 2000 Final Report on Work Attachment: Brunei Hotel Sdn Bhd 22 May 2000-10 July 2000. [BSB]: UBD. Source: UBD catalogue online (accessed on Thursday 2 February 2006.
Chin Phui Kong 2000 A New Record of a Loach Goby goby, common name for a member of the family Gobiidae, small marine fishes familiar in shallow waters, especially along southern shores. Gobies may be either scaled or scaleless; all species have the ventral fins modified into a sucking disk, as in the clingfish of , Rhyacichthys aspro (Kuhl & van Hasselt) 1837 in Borneo From Penampang, Sabah, Malaysia. Sabah Society Journal 17.
Chin Shui Hiung 2001 In the Footsteps of Sir Hugh Low. Sabah Society Journal 18. Source: www.sabahsociety.com/18-2001.html, accessed Tu.21.2.2006: 1202h GMT.
China Daily (Beijing) 2005 "President's First Leg of Trip Fruitful." 20 April 2005.
Chisholm, L. A., and I. D. Whittington 2005 Decacotyle cairae b. sp. (Monogenea: Monocotylidae) from the Gills of Pastinachus sp. (Elasmobranchii: Dasyatidae) from the South China Sea Off Sarawak, Borneo, Malaysia. Systematic Parasitology Parasitology
The scientific study of parasites and of parasitism. Parasitism is a subdivision of symbiosis and is defined as an intimate association between an organism (parasite) and another, larger species of organism (host) upon which the parasite is 61(2):79-84.
Chong, Christine 2002 The Sad Case of Robert Bums: His Life and End in Borneo. Sabah Society Journal 19.
Chua Chen Choon 1999 A Bibliography of Sarawak Chinese Publications in Sarawak. Chinese Cultural Association Library, with Bibliography of Studies on the Chinese Communities in Sarawak. Kuching: Universiti Malaysia, Sarawak. English and Malay Language.
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Chua, Liana liana (lēä`nə) or liane (lēän`), name for any climbing plant that roots in the ground. 2006 Antiques and Adat: The Changing Face of Paka's Mini Museum, Kampung Benuk, Penrissen, Kuching. Working Paper Series No 11 (January 2006). Kota Samarahan: IEAS IEAS Institute of East Asian Studies
IEAS Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica (Economics research institute in Taiwan)
IEAS International Exotic Animal Sanctuary, Inc. (Boyd, TX) , UNIMAS UNIMAS Universiti Malaysia Sarawak . 35 pp.
Clarence-Smith, W. G. 2005 Islam and the Abolition of the Slave Trade and Slavery in the Indian Ocean. IN: Gwyn Campbell (ed.), Abolition and its Aftermath in Indian Ocean Africa and Asia. London: Routledge. Pp. 137-49.
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Cleary, Mark 2004a Borneo. IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed), Southeast Asia: A Historical Encyclopedia.. Santa Barbara: ABC CLIO.
2004b Ecological Setting of Southeast Asia. IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.), 2004.
2004c Historical Geography of Insular Southeast Asia. IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.), 2004.
2004d Monsoons. IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.), 2004.
2004e Oil and Petroleum. IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.), 2004.
Clifford, Jessica 2004 Overt or Covert? Exploring the Power and Position of Bajo Women in the Village of Sampela, Indonesia. Jakarta: LIPI LIPI Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia (Indonesian Institute of Sciences) reports.
(Hebrew: “priest”) Jewish priest descended from Zadok (a descendant of Aaron), priest at the First Temple of Jerusalem. The biblical priesthood was hereditary and male. , Matthew Isaac 2005 Review of James Sneddon, The Indonesian Language: Its History and Role in Modern Society (Sydney: UNSW UNSW University of New South Wales (Australia)
UNSW Unidentified Swallow
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2005 Review of Alan M. Stevens and A. Ed Schmidgall-Tellings, A Comprehensive Indonesian-English Dictionary (Athens, OH: Ohio University Press Ohio University Press is part of Ohio University. It publishes under its own name and the imprint Swallow Press. External links
Cohen, Nancy, and David Thomas 1999 Prosodies and Patterns in Nabay Phonology phonology, study of the sound systems of languages. It is distinguished from phonetics, which is the study of the production, perception, and physical properties of speech sounds; phonology attempts to account for how they are combined, organized, and convey meaning . Sabah Society Journal 16. Source: www.sabahsociety.com/16-1999.html.
Collins, James T. 2004 Contesting Straits-Malayness: The Fact of Borneo. In: Timothy P. Barnard (ed.), Contesting Malayness: Malay Identity Across Boundaries. Singapore: Singapore University Press. Pp. 168-80.
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1. One, such as a machine or a worker, that combs something, such as wool.
2. A long wave that has reached its peak or broken into foam; a breaker. , J. B. 1999 Murut Tales. Sabah Society Journal 16.
Corkeron, Peter J., Charles Leh, Patrick @ Mahedi Andau/Anadau, and Stephen Leatherwood 1995 Cetaceans of Northern Borneo. Brunei Museum dournal 10:55-64.
Cornwell, John 2005 "His Dark Materials His Dark Materials is a trilogy of novels by the fantasy fiction author Philip Pullman, comprising Northern Lights (released as The Golden Compass in North America and published in 1995), The Subtle Knife (1997) and The Amber Spyglass . Was Anthony Burgess a Literary Genius or a Fraud? As a new shrine to the author of A Clockwork Orange reveals, the answer could be both." Sunday Times Magazine (London), 13 March 2005:18-24.
Cramb, R. A. 2005 Farmers' Strategies for Managing Acid Upland Soils in Southeast Asia: An Evolutionary Perspective. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 106(1):69-87.
Cullip, Peter F. 2004 The Status of Remun Vis-a-vis Iban. Sarawak Museum Journal LX(81):19-61.
Currey, D., and A. Ruwindrijarto 1999 The Final Cut." Illegal Logging in Indonesia's Orangutan orangutan (ōrăng`tăn), an ape, Pongo pygmaeus, found in swampy coastal forests of Borneo and Sumatra. Parks. Environmental Investigation Agency The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) was founded in 1984 by three environmental activists in the United Kingdom. Its goal is to investigate and expose crimes against wildlife and the environment. Report. Available at: www.eia-international.org /campaigns2_reports.shtml.
2000 Illegal Logging in Tanjung Puting National Park: An Update on 'The Final Cut' Report. Environmental Investigation Agency Report. Available at: www.eiainternational.org/campaigns2_reports.shtml.
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Peaceful relations, as between nations; friendship.
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One of the features that make up the earth's surface, such as a plain, mountain, or valley.
A recognizable, naturally formed feature on the Earth's surface. Processes. IN: Earl of Cranbrook Earl of Cranbrook, in the County of Kent, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created in 1892 for the prominent Conservative politician Gathorne Gathorne-Hardy. and D. S. Edwards, (eds.), Belalong: A Tropical Rainforest. Singapore: Sun Tree Publishing. Pp. 31-47.
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The scientific study of the properties, distribution, and effects of water on the earth's surface, in the soil and underlying rocks, and in the atmosphere. Controls on Shallow Mass Movements and Characteristic Slope Forms in the Tropical Rainforest of Temburong District, Brunei. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, King's College, University of King's College, University of: see Dalhousie Univ. London.
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A geographical area uniform in environmental conditions and in its distribution of biota.
an area of land surface that provides uniform conditions over its entire surface for animal and plant life. Conservation Series. Eschborn: GTZ GTZ Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit GmbH (German society for technical cooperation)
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The study of the evolution and configuration of landforms.
geo·mor Change in a Guano-Rich Tropical Cave Mouth: Initial Interpretations of the Late Quaternary quaternary /qua·ter·nary/ (kwah´ter-nar?e)
1. fourth in order.
2. containing four elements or groups.
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repercussions npl → Auswirkungen pl of El Nino: Drought Causes Extinction and the Breakdown of Mutualism Mutualism
An interaction between two species that benefits both. Individualsthat interact with mutualists experience higher sucess than those that do not. in Borneo. Proceedings of the Royal Society Proceedings of the Royal Society is a scientific journal published by the Royal Society of London.
Today, the Royal Society publishes two proceeding series:
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1. The science that analyzes and compares human cultures, as in social structure, language, religion, and technology; cultural anthropology.
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2001b James Brooke: The White Rajah of Sarawak. Volume 7: Early Modern History, The Encyclopedia of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Archipelago Press. Pp. 54-55.
2001c Petroleum and Mineral Resources in Borneo. Volume 7: Early Modern History, The Encyclopedia of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Archipelago Press. Pp. 108-9.
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2005b Letter [re CSEAS CSEAS Center for Southeast Asian Studies (Philippines)
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2003 Neolithic Subsistence Patterns in Northern Borneo Reconstructed with Stable Carbon Isotopes of Enamel. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 22:292-304.
2005 Reconstructing Human Subsistence in the West Mouth (Niah Cave, Sarawak) Burial Series Using Stable Isotopes of Carbon. Asian Perspectives: Journal of Archaeology for Asia & the Pacific 44(1):73-89.
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2003 The Early Human Remains from Niah Cave's West Mouth (Sarawak Malaysia). Unpublished paper. Paleoanthropology Society Annual Meeting, Tempe, Arizona.
Kulip, J. 2005 Similarity of Medicinal Plants Used by Two Native Communities in Sabah, Malaysia. Acta Horticulturae 2005:81-88. Source: zetoc.mimas.ac.uk.
Kusmartono, Vida Pervaya Rusianti 2005 The Sandong of the Ngaju: Mortuary Variability in Southern Kalimantan. Unpublished MA Thesis. School of Archaeology and Anthropology. Canberra: The Australian National University. Sather.
Larson, Greger, et al. 2005a Worldwide Phylogeography of Wild Boar Reveals Multiple Center of Pig Domestication domestication
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2005b Response to "Domesticated Pigs in Eastern Indonesia". Science (15 July 2005) 309:361.
Lawrence, D. C., M. Leighton, and 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 1995 Availability and Extraction of Forest Products in Managed and Primary Forest Around a Dayak Village in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Conservation Biology 9:76-88.
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Brunei/NBD pp. 75-76, 231-32, 274, 305-8, 378; but no indexed mentions of Borneo, Kalimantan, Sabah, Sarawak, nor of major Bornean politicians.
Lim, Ruth n.d. Kogiu and the Banana Tree--In the Lower Kinabatangan. WWF-Malaysia; text in both Bahasa Malaysia and English; available for sale to the general public at Kota Kinabalu City Bird Sanctuary Kota Kinabalu City Bird Sanctuary is the only remains of 24 hectares of mangrove forest that once existed extensively along the coastal region of Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. Previously know as Likas Swamp or Likas Mangrove, the sanctuary came foremost out of 20 wetlands selected by , Sri Pelancongan Sabah Sdn Bhd, and Borneo Books.
Launched at Kota Kinabalu on Saturday 7 January 2006, this book "was meant to educate school children about the need to conserve forests and their inhabitants
The game is based loosely on the concepts from SameGame. " (Borneo Bulletin online, Monday 9 January 2006:b1.htm).
Linsenmair, K. Eduard, and Carsten A. Bruhl 2001 Luxury or Necessity: On Some Aspects of the Functional Significance of Biodiversity. IN: Contributions to Global Change Research. Bonn: German National Committee on Global Change Research. Pp. 67-79.
Lumenta, Dave 2001 Reconstructing Iban Identities Over a Glass of Tuak: Notes from a Fieldtrip to the Batang Kanyau Iban in West Kalimantan. Antropologi Indonesia 66:110-13.
2005 Borderland Identity Construction Within a Marketplace of Narrative. Preliminary Notes on the Batang Kanyau Iban in West Kalimantan. Masyarakat Indonesia-Majalah Ilmu-Ilmu Social Indonesia XXX(2): 1-26.
M. Shahid Ebrahim and Joo Tan Kai 2001 Islamic Banking in Brunei Darussalam. International Journal of Social Economics 28(4).
Madalam, K. Ravi 2002 Mount Tambuyukon, Sabah's Mystery Mountain. Sabah Society Journal 19.
Maekawa, Kaori 2002 The Pontianak Incidents and the Ethnic Chinese in Wartime West Borneo. IN: Paul Kratoska (ed.), Southeast Asian Minorities in the Wartime Japanese Empire. New York: RoutledgeCurzon. Pp. 153-69.
Maliau Basin: Sabah's Lost World 2005 235pp; maps, satellite images, photographs. Launched at the Sutera Harbour Resort in Sabah on Monday 28 March 2005 by the Minister of Finance (II), Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop Nor Mohamed Yakcop is currently the Second Finance Minister of Malaysia, a post he has held since 2004; the First Finance Minister is Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the National Economic Action Council. ; name of author/publisher/place not given (Borneo Bulletin online, Wednesday 30 March 2005:b5.htm).
Malkin, Brendan, and Dominic O'Connell 2005 Top City [of London] Law Firm Caught Up in Brunei's Missing Billions. The Sunday Times (London), 8 May 2005:(3)2; illustrated.
Malkmus, Rudolf, Carsten A. Bruhl, and Thomas Eltz 1999 Amfibieen en reptielen van Deramakot (Sabah, Maleisie). Lacerta 57:191-99.
Malkmus, Rudolf, Ulrich Manthey, Gemot ge·mot also ge·mote
A public meeting or local judicial assembly in Anglo-Saxon England.
[Old English gem Vogel, Peter Hoffmann, and Joachim Kosuch 2002 Amphibians amphibians
members of the animal class Amphibia. Includes frogs, toads, newts, salamanders and cecilians all capable of living on land or in water. and Reptiles of Mount Kinabalu (North Borneo). Koeltz Scientific Books, Konigstein, Germany, 424 pp.
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Maslini bin Pengiran Haji Metersad, Awangku 2002 Work Attachment Programme Report. BSB: UBD. Source: UBD catalogue online (accessed on Thursday 2 February 2006).
Massey Magazine 2000 Mild Woman of Borneo: Ann Appleton. (Massey University website, accessed Tuesday 7 February 2006:1127h GMT).
Matussin bin Omar, Dato Paduka Haji 1994 Archaeology and the Reconstruction of Brunei's Early History. Brunei Museum Journal 9:1-12.
Md Mahbubur Rahim, Mohd Noah Abdui Rahman, Afzaal H Seyal 2000 Software Piracy amongst Academics: An Empirical Study in Brunei Darussalam. Information Management and Computer Security 8(1).
Melling, L., R. Hatano, and K. J. Goh 2005 Soil CO2 Flux from Three Ecosystems in Tropical Peatland of Sarawak. Tellus Series B Chemical & Physical Meteorology 57(1): 1-11.
2005 Methane Fluxes from Three Ecosystems in Tropical Peatland of Sarawak, Malaysia. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 37(8): 1445-53.
Metcalf, Peter 2005 Review of Christine Helliweil, "Never Stand Alone": A Study of Borneo Sociality. Oceania 75(4):463.
Methven, Charlie 2005 "Sultan's Son Blazes Trail," DT Sa. 19.2.2005:20. Re: HRH HRH
Her (or His) Royal Highness
HRH Her (or His) Royal Highness
HRH abbr (= His (or Her) Royal Highness) → S.A.R. Prince Abdui Azim.
Methven, Charlie and Charles Froggatt 2004 "The Rebel: Younger prince takes working holiday at ranch owned by a former aide of the Sultan of Brunei. Harry saddles up for a polo masterclass from the Argentines." DT Sa.20.11.2004:2.
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2004 Perlaksanaan Dasar Negara 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. [The Implementation of the National 'Malay Islamic Monarchy' Ideology]. BSB: Pusat Sejarah Brunei; 90 pp.; previous edition 1996, 99 pp.
2005 Dato Godam L BSB: Pusat Sejarah Brunei, Kementerian Kebudayaan, Belia, dan Sukan [Brunei History Centre, Ministry of Culture, Youth, and Sport]; xi + 474pp; UBD reference CS1282 A928 2005.
Momberg, F., R. Puff, and T. Jessup 1997 Extractivism and Extractive extractive /ex·trac·tive/ (-tiv) any substance present in an organized tissue, or in a mixture in a small quantity, and requiring extraction by a special method.
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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.
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Moo-Tan, Stella 2002 A Portrait of Agnes Newton Keith Agnes Jones Goodwillie Newton Keith (July 6 1901 – March 30 1982) was an American author best known for her three autobiographical accounts of life in North Borneo (now Sabah) before, during, and after the Second World War. : Noted Author, Survivor, Heroine. Sabah Society Journal 19.
Moyle, R., M. Schilthuizen, M. A. Rahman, and F. H. Sheldon 2005 Molecular Phylogenetic Analysis of the White-crowned Forktail (Enicurus leschenaulti) in Borneo. Journal of Avian Biology The Journal of Avian Biology is a peer-reviewed ornithological journal published bimonthly, currently by Blackwell on behalf of the Nordic Society OIKOS. Before 2004, there were only 4 issues per year.
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Munan, Heidi 2005 Beads of Borneo. Kuala Lumpur: Editions Didier Millet.
Muniruzzaman, A.R.M., et al. (eds.) 2003 Proceedings of the Brunei International Conference on Engineering and Technology 2001, 9-11 October 2001, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam: Developments in Engineering and Technology. [BSB]: Institut Teknologi Brunei Institut Teknologi Brunei (Brunei Institute of Technology), commonly referred to by its acronym "ITB", is one of the higher learning institutions in Brunei. Currently, the institute offers one Bachelor's degree course and eleven Higher National Diploma courses. .
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Murni Mohamed 2004 Brunei: Economy. FEA 2005: 111-17; revised by Hajjah Rosni Haji Tungkat and Roger Lawrey.
Murray, Thomas 2001 Thomas Murray: Asiatica--Ethnographica. Mill Valley. 64 pp., 40 colour plates, stapled. Includes Borneo; cited in Ethnographic Art Books: Catalogue No 14 (Leiden: National Museum of Ethnology): page 29.
Murtagh, Ben n.d. [?2004] The Portrayal of the British in Traditional Malay Literature. Ph.D. thesis, SOAS SOAS School of Oriental and African Studies (London, UK)
SOAS Sun One Application Server
SOAS Satellite Oceanographic Analysis System
SOAS Special Operations ADP System , University of London For most practical purposes, ranging from admission of students to negotiating funding from the government, the 19 constituent colleges are treated as individual universities. Within the university federation they are known as Recognised Bodies .
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Nagatsu, Kazufumi 1995 The Sea and Space Cognition of Sama in Sitangkai, Sulu Archipelago. Unpublished MA Thesis, University of Kyoto (in Japanese).
1997 Coral Reef Fisherfolks and Their Spatial Cognition: Notions of 'Land', 'Sea', and Coral Reef Space among Sama in Sitangkai, Sulu Archipelago. Journal of the Study of Southeast Asia 35(2):261-300 (in Japanese).
Nathan, K. S. and Mohammad Hashim Kamali Mohammad Hashim Kamali is professor of law at the International Islamic University of Malaysia. He has taught Islamic law and jurisprudence there since 1985.
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Negara Brunei Damssalam: Majlis Majlis (مجلس) is an Arabic term meaning "a place of sitting" used to describe various types of formal legislative assemblies in countries with linguistic or cultural connections to Islamic countries. Keselamatan Jalanraya [Road Safety Council] n.d. Perangkaan Kemalangan Jalanraya Negara Brunei Darussalam bagi tahun 1977-2001 [NBD Road Accident Statistics for the Years 1977-2001]. No place, no publisher. UBD reference: HE 5614.5 B7 B786 (2003 accession).
Neissen, Sandra 2004 Review of Iban Ritual Textiles by Traude Gavin. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 160(4):600-601.
Noort, Olivier van 1758 Commentary, December 26, 1600. IN: F. J. Heuschem (ed.), Historische Beschrijving der Reizen. Amsterdam: Harlingen. Pp. 1-33.
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Obidzinski, K., and C. Barr 2003 The Effects of Decentralisation on Forests and Forest Industries in Berau District, East Kalimantan. Bogor: CIFOR Reports on Decentralisation and Forests in Indonesia, Case Study No 9.
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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.
2003a Ethnic Background of the Tidung: Investigation of the Extinct Rulers of Coastal Northeast Borneo. Journal of Sophia Asian Studies 21:233-60.
2003b The Arab Migrants of Bulungan Sultanate: A Short History of Islamization in Coastal Northeast Borneo from Oral and Written Sources. JAMS News (Japanese Association of Malaysian Studies) 27:6-14 (in Japanese).
2004 Origin of the Independence Movement for North Kalimantan Province: Experiences of the Indonesia-Malaysia Border Area in the Era of Independence of Nation State. JAMS News (Japanese Association of Malaysian Studies) 29:12-25 (in Japanese).
2005 Introduction to a Special Issue: International Trends of Indonesian Migrant Workers, and Their Employment System in Japan. Intercultural Communication Studies 17:1-47.
Ongkili, James F. 1999 Kadazan Tribal Leadership and Ethnic Consciousness in Pre-Colonial Sabah. Sabah Society Journal 16.
Ono, Rintaro 2001 Comparative Studies of Marine Resource Use in Prehistoric and Traditional Fishing around Bukit Tengkorak: The First Tentative Results of Ethnoarchaeological Research in Sabah, Borneo. Journal of Archaeozoology 17:1-24 (in Japanese).
2003 Prehistoric Austronesian Fishing Strategies: A Tentative Comparison between Island Southeast Asia and the Lapita Cultural Complex. In: Christophe Sand, ed., Pacific Archaeology: Assessments and Prospects. Proceedings of the International Conference for the 50th anniversary of the First Lapita Excavation. Les Cahiers de l'Archologie en Nouvelle Caledonie 15:191-201.
2004 Prehistoric Fishing at Bukit Tengkorak, East Coast of Borneo Island. New Zealand Journal of Archaeology 24:77-106.
Ooi Keat Gin 2004a British Borneo. IN Southeast Asia: A Historical Encyclopedia. Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.). Santa Barbara: ABC CLIO.
2004b British North Borneo British North Borneo: see Sabah, Malaysia. Chartered Company. IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.).
2004c James Brooke and Sarawak. IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.).
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2004e Dutch Borneo. IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.).
2004f Labuan. IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.).
2004g Mat Salleh Rebellion Mat Salleh Rebellion was a series of major disturbances in North Borneo, now Malaysian state of Sabah, from 1894 to 1900. It was instigated by Datu Muhammad Salleh, or better known as Mat Salleh. . IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.).
2004h Rentap. IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.).
2004i Sago. 1N Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.).
2004j Sarawak and Sabah. IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.).
2004k Sarawak Museum. IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.).
Ooi Keat Gin (ed.) 2004 Southeast Asia: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara: ABC CLIO.
2005 International Journal of Asian and Pacific Affairs (online, 2005-).
Osseweijer, Manon, and Gerard A. Persoon 2005 The Heart of Borneo: A Challenge for Social Scientists. IIAS Newsletter 38(Autumn): 31.
Ozman, Z., and I. Yussof 2005 The Sarawak Labour Market: Issues and Future Challenges. Asian Profile 33(2):139-56.
Pang, Caroline 2003 Creating a Conservation Vision for the Kinabatangan: A Corridor of Life. Sabah Society Journal 20.
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Pashia, Angela 2004 Review of Journeys of the Soul: Anthropological Studies of Death, Burial and Reburial Noun 1. reburial - the act of burying again
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Pearson, J. D. 1990 A Guide to Manuscripts and Documents in the British Isles Relating to South and South-East Asia, Volume 2: British Isles (excluding London). London: Mansell.
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People's Daily (Beijing) 2004 Sino-Brunei Relations on Steady and Healthy Development. 23 February 2004.
Petersen, Erik 2000 Jukung: Boats from the Barito Basin, Borneo. Roskilde: The Viking Ship Museum Viking Ship Museum may refer to:
Pfeiffer, Dr. Martin (University of Ulm The University of Ulm (German: Universität Ulm) is a public university in the city of Ulm, in the South German state of Baden-Württemberg. The university was founded in 1967 and focuses on natural sciences, medicine and the engineering sciences, mathematics/ economics and ) 1996 Sozialstruktur und Verhaltensokologie von Riesenameisen Camponotus gigas Latreille 1802 im Regenwald Malaysias auf Borneo. Ph.D. Thesis, Bayerische Julius-Maximilians-Universitat Wurzburg.
1997 Sozialstruktur und Verhaltensokologie von Riesenameisen Camponotus gigas Latreille 1802 im Regenwald Malaysias auf Borneo. Wissenschatt and Technik Verlag, Berlin, 191 pp.
2003-2005 The Ants of Borneo (internet publication, 2,740 pp. approximately, at www.antbase.de).
'Pfeiffer, M. (HG)' [thus] 2003-5 AntBase.de (approximately three thousand pages at www.antbase.de). Source: www.biologie.uni-ulm.de (Tuesday 7 Feb. 2006:1145h GMT).
Pfeiffer, M. and K. E. Linsenmair 1997 Reproductive Synchronization in the Tropics: The Circa-semiannual Rhythm in the Nuptial Flight of the Giant Ant Camponotus gigas Latreille (Hymenoptera/ Formicidae). Ecotropica 3:21-32.
1998 Polydomy and the Organization of Foraging in a Colony of the Malaysian Giant Ant Camponotus gigas (Hym./Form.). Oecologia 117:579-90.
2000 Contributions to the Life History of the Malaysian Giant Ant Camponotus gigas (Hym./Form.). Insectes Sociaux 47:123-32.
2001 Territoriality Territoriality
Behavior patterns in which an animal actively defends a space or some other resource. One major advantage of territoriality is that it gives the territory holder exclusive access to the defended resource, which is generally associated with of the Malaysian Giant Ant Camponotus gigas (Hym./Form.). Journal of Ethology ethology, study of animal behavior based on the systematic observation, recording, and analysis of how animals function, with special attention to physiological, ecological, and evolutionary aspects. 19:75-85. Source: www.biologie.uni-ulm.de
Phua, M. H. and M. Minowa 2005 A GIS-based Multi-criteria Decision-making Approach to Forest-Conservation Planning at a Landscape Scale: A Case Study in the Kinabalu Area, Sabah. Landscape and Urban Planning 71(2-4):207-22.
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Potter, Lesley 2005 Commodity and Environment in Colonial Borneo: Conservation Ideas, Forest Conversions and Economic Value. IN Wadley (ed.), pp. 109-34.
Prudente, Cede, and G. Balamurugan 1999 Sungai Kinabatangan 'Partners for Wetlands' Project: A Partners [sic] for Sustainable Development and Conservation. Sabah Society Journal 16.
Pugh-Kitingan, Jacqueline 2004 Selected Papers on Music in Sabah. Kota Kinabalu: Kadazandusun Chair, Universiti Malaysia Sabah Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) is the ninth Malaysian public university located in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia and was established on November 24 1994. His Majesty the Yang di-Pertuan Agong proclaimed the establishment of UMS under Section 6(1) of the Universities and .
Puri, Rajindra K. 2004 Deadly Dances in the Bornean Rainforest: Hunting Knowledge of the Penan Benalui. Verhandelingen 222. ISBN 90-6718-239-7. Euro 35.00.
Pyatt, Brian, B. Wilson, and G. W. Barker 2005 The Chemistry of Tree Resins and Ancient Rock Paintings in the Niah Caves, Sarawak (Borneo): Some Evidence of Rain Forest Management by Early Human Populations. Journal of Archaeological Science 32(6):897-901.
Raben, Remco 2005 Borneo Constituencies: Japanese Rule and Its Legitimation. IIAS Newsletter 38(Autumn):22.
Rafiqul Islam, Haji, Dr. Hajjah Naemah binti Haji Basir, and Hajjah Rose binti Abdullah(@Haji Karim) 2005 Principles and Practice of Banking: A Brunei Perspective. BSB: Institut Teknologi Brunei.
Launched at the Jerudong Park Polo and Country Club on 14 May 2005, this book is the first in a planned series to be published by the Business and Management Department of the ITB ITB Invitation To Bid
ITB In The Beginning
ITB Internationale Tourismusbörse (German)
ITB In The Business (aka in the business service industry)
ITB Intrathecal Baclofen Therapy (BBO M.6.6.2005:h 18.htm).
Ramlee bin Tunggal, Awang Haji 2005 Struktur Bahasa Tutong (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 ).
Launched by Retired Major General Pehin Dato Seri Pahlawan Haji Mohammad, Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport, NBD, Friday 25 November 2005 (GBOW ON Sa.26.11.2005). "The book, featuring the various aspects of the Tutong dialect, is meant as a reference for linguists in their research in making comparisons with other dialects spoken in Brunei" (GBOW ON Sa.26.11.2005).
Rampai, Kiwok D. Bangunan Makam Orang Ngaju di Kalimantan Tengah: Suatu studi etnoarkeologi. Pertemian Ilmiah Arkeologi III. Jakarta: Pusat Penelitian Arkeologi Nasional. Pp. 883-98.
Ravenel, Ramsay M. 2004 Community-Based Logging and De Facto Decentralization de·cen·tral·ize
v. de·cen·tral·ized, de·cen·tral·iz·ing, de·cen·tral·iz·es
1. To distribute the administrative functions or powers of (a central authority) among several local authorities. : Illegal Logging in the Gunung Palung Area of West Kalimantan, Indonesia. IN: Ravenel, Granoff, Ihni and Magee 2004:213-.
Ravenel, Ramsay M., Ilmi M.E. Granoff, and Carrie A. Magee (eds.) 2004 Illegal Logging in the Tropics: Strategies for Cutting Crime. Binghamton, New York This article is about the City of Binghamton, New York. For the adjacent Town of Binghamton, see Binghamton (town), New York.
Binghamton is a city located in the Southern Tier of New York in the United States. It is the county seat of Broome County. : The Haworth Press, Inc. Co-published simultaneously as Journal of Sustainable Forestry, Volume 19, Numbers 1/2/3, 2004.
Reece, R. H. W. 2001a Peoples and Settlements of Borneo. Volume 7, Early Modern History, The Encyclopedia of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Archipelago Press. Pp. 26-27.
2001b The Territorial Expansion of Sarawak. Volume 7, Early Modern History, The Encyclopedia of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Archipelago Press. Pp. 100-1.
2001c The Brookes and Sarawak's Plural Society. Volume 7, Early Modern History, The Encyclopedia of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Archipelago Press, pp. 102-3.
Rivers, P. J. 2004 Monsoon Rhythms and Trade Patterns: Ancient Times East of Suez British military and political discussions coined the term East of Suez. It referred to imperial interests beyond the European theatre (sometimes including, sometime excluding the Middle East). . Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society LXXVII(2)(December):59-93.
Riz Khan 2005 Alwaleed: Businessman Billionaire Prince. London: HarperCollins; (includes flee DVD DVD: see digital versatile disc.
in full digital video disc or digital versatile disc
Type of optical disc. The DVD represents the second generation of compact-disc (CD) technology. documentary).
Biography of a Saudi prince who has been welcomed more than once to the Istana Nurul Iman The Istana Nurul Iman palace is the official residence of the Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah. The palace is located on a leafy, riverside sprawl of hills on the banks of the Brunei River directly south of Brunei's capital, Bandar Seri Begawan, no more than a few miles outside , Bandar Seri Begawan: for example on 20 March 1998 (Pelita Brunei 25.3.1998:1) and 14 July 1998 (PB 22.7.1998:9).
Royal Brunei Armed Forces. 2005 Asian Defence Journal (May): 10-14.
Sabbagh, Dan 2005 Sultan's Plan to Attract Foreigners. The Times (London) online, 16 July 2005.
St. John-Jones, L. W. 2004 The Kuching Prisoner-of-War Camp 1944-45: Heroism and Tragedy. Sabah Society Journal 21.
Sanib bin Haji Said 2004 A History of Democratic Institutions in Sarawak: The Origins of the Supreme Council and Council Negeri. Sarawak Museum Journal LX:1-17.
Sarawak Development Institute (SDI (1) (Serial Digital Interface) A physical interface widely used for transmitting digital video in various formats. For electrical transmission, it uses a high grade of coaxial cable and a single BNC connector with Teflon insulation. ) 2001 Study on the Economic Linkages between Sarawak and West Kalimantan. Kuching: SDI, Department of Trade and Industry The Department of Trade and Industry was a United Kingdom government department which was disbanded with the announcement of the creation of the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform on 28 June 2007. .
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Sarda, James 2002 Last of the Bobohizans. Sabah Society Journal 19.
Sather, Clifford 2004a Adat. IN Southeast Asia: A Historical Encyclopedia. Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.). Santa Barbara: ABC CLIO.
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2004e Ilanun and Balangingi. IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.).
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2004h Sulu and the Sulu Archipelago. IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.)..
2004i Tausug and the Sulu Sultanate. IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.).
2005a Introduction. Suomen Antropologi (Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society, Special Issue on Shamanism), 30(2):2-7.
2005b Words, Poetics, and the Disclosure of Meaning in Iban Shamanic Rituals. Suomen Antropologi (Special Issue on Shamanism) 30(2):24-43.
Saunders, Graham 2005 Epilogue: In the Eye of the Beholder; Development or Exploitation? Changing Perceptions of the Borneo Environment. IN Wadley (ed.), pp. 271-93.
2005 Perayaan Books: Antiquarian, Second-hand, New & Academic Publications on South-East Asia (York: Perayaan Books: Catalogue No 22, January 2005).
Saw Swee-Hock, Sheng sheng
(Chinese; “sage” or “saint”)
In Chinese belief, a mortal who attains extraordinary or supernatural powers by self-cultivation and serves as a model for others. Confucius used the term to refer to exemplary rulers of the past. Lijun, and Chin Kin Wah (eds.) 2005 ASEAN-China Relations: Realities and Prospects. Singapore: ISEAS. 376 pp.; ISBN 981-230-342-1; pbk, S$49.90).
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Sebli, Lucy n.d. [?2004] Factionalism and Patron-Client Relationships in Sarawak Politics: The Iban Case. Ph.D. thesis, University of Hull.
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Sellato, Bernard 2005 Forests for Food, Forests for Trade. Between Sustainability and Extractivism: The Economic Pragmatism of Traditional Peoples and the Trade History of Northern East Kalimantan. IN Wadley (ed.), pp. 61-86.
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Shabbir Hussain 1998 Technology Transfer Models Across Cultures: Brunei-Japan Joint Ventures. International Journal of Social Economics, 25(6).
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(jargon, memory management) shim - A small piece of data inserted in order to achieve a desired memory alignment or other addressing property. , P. S. 2000a Elephants of Sabah--Elephas maximus sondaicus? Sabah Society Journal 17.
2000b Origin of the Kadazandusuns, Paitanics, Idahans. Sabah Society Journal 17.
2003a Another Look at the Bornean Elephant. Sabah Society Journal 20.
2003b Life and Times of Datu Menteri Babu ba·bu also ba·boo
n. pl. ba·bus also ba·boos
1. Used as a Hindi courtesy title for a man, equivalent to Mr.
a. A Hindu clerk who is literate in English.
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2003c Letter to the Editor. Who was J. Valera? Who was Johanna? Sabah Society Journal 20.
2004 Japanese Occupation and the Sungai Manila Tragedy. Sabah Society Journal 21. Source: www.sabahsociety.com.
Shimizu, Akitoshi, and Jan van Bremen (eds.) 2003 Wartime Japanese Anthropology in Asia and the Pacific. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology, Sensi Ethnological Studies, No 65.
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Acting in secret to achieve a fraudulent, illegal, or deceitful goal.
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Sorensen, K. W., and B. Morris, eds. 1997 People and Plants of Kayan Mentarang. Jakarta: UNESCO and WWF Indonesia.
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Stanley, Peter 2004 Sandakan Death March. IN Ooi Keat-Gin (ed.), Southeast Asia: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara: ABC CLIO.
Stephens, M., and J. Rose 2005 Modern Stable Isotopic (delta^1^80, delta^2H, delta^1^3C) Variation in Terrestrial, Fluvial flu·vi·al
1. Of, relating to, or inhabiting a river or stream.
2. Produced by the action of a river or stream.
[Middle English, from Latin , Estuarine es·tu·a·rine
1. Of, relating to, or found in an estuary.
2. Geology Formed or deposited in an estuary.
Adj. 1. estuarine - of or relating to or found in estuaries
estuarial and Marine Waters from North-Central Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms Earth Surface Processes and Landforms is the journal of the British Society for Geomorphology (BSG) , formerly the British Geomorphological Research Group (BGRG). The BSG promotes the field of geomorphology, encouraging interests in: earth surface processes, and the erosion, 30(7):901-12.
Stevens, Alan M., and A. Schmidgall-Tellings (eds.) 2004 A Comprehensive Indonesian-English Dictionary. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press in association with the American Indonesian Chamber of Commerce.
Stockdale, Mary C. 1992 People and 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). in Upper Bahau Area. Jakarta; WWF PHPA PHPA Professional Helicopter Pilots Association
PHPA Professional Hockey Players' Association
PHPA Port Hedland Port Authority (Australia)
PHPA Partial Hydrolytic Polyacrylamide (oil and gas drilling mud additive) (unpublished report).
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Stockwell, A. J., ed. 1998 Malaysia: The Making of a Neo-Colony? Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 26(2).
2004 Malaysia: British Documents on the End of Empire. London: Stationery Office. Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London, Series B, Volume 8. ISBN 0-11-290581-1; hbk, 190 [pounds sterling].
Storey, Ian 2005 China's Thirst for Energy Fuels Improved Relations with Brunei. China Brief: A Journal of Analysis and Information (Jamestown Foundation, Washington DC), 24(22 November 2005):8-10.
Straughan, Dale and John Bakar 2004 A Comparison of Vertebrates Recorded in 1990-1991 and 1999-2004 from Sukau Region of the Lower Kinabatangan Floodplain floodplain, level land along the course of a river formed by the deposition of sediment during periodic floods. Floodplains contain such features as levees, backswamps, delta plains, and oxbow lakes. , Sabah. Sabah Society Journal 21.
Suara Pembaruan. Available at www.suarapembaruan.com.
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Suka, T. and H. Tanaka 2005 New Mitochondrial mitochondrial
pertaining to mitochondria.
a unique set of tRNAs, mRNAs, rRNAs, transcribed from mitochondrial DNA by a mitochondrial-specific RNA polymerase, that account for about 4% of the total cell RNA that CO 1 Haplotypes and Genetic Diversity in the Honeybee honeybee
Broadly, any bee that makes honey (any insect of the tribe Apini, family Apidae); more strictly, one of the four species constituting the genus Apis. The term is usually applied to one species, the domestic honeybee (A. Apis koschevnikovi of the Crocker Range Park, Sabah, Malaysia. Journal of Tropical Biology and Conservation 1:1-7.
Sulistyanto, Bambang and Vida P.R. Kusmartono 2003 Penelitian etnoarkeologi di Kecamatan Kotawaringin Timur. Laporan Penelitian Arkeologi. (unpublished) Banjarbaru: Balai Arkeologi Banjarmasin.
Sunderlin, W. D., I. A. P. Resosudarmo, E. Rianto, and A. Angelsen 2000 The Effects of Indonesia's Economic Crisis on Small Farmers and Natural Forest Cover in the Outer Islands. Bogor: CIFOR. Occasional Paper No 28E. Cited in Wadley and Eilenberg 2005:33.
Sutlive, Vinson 1999 Anthropology in the Twenty-First Century. Kuching: UNIMAS. 12 pp.
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Szajkowski, Bogdan (ed.) 2005 Political Parties of the World. Sixth edition. London: John Harper Publishing. Originally published by Longman Group UK Ltd, 1980. Brunei Darussalam on pp. 85-86, Indonesia on pp. 301-6, Malaysia on pp. 398-401.
Tabrett, K.P. 1997 Sabah's Pioneer Businessman. Sabah Society Journal 14.
1998 Early Constabulary Expeditions in British North Borneo, 1883 to 1888. Sabah Society Journal 15.
1999 The Founding of Sempoma. Sabah Society Journal 16.
1999 The Old Forts of Semporna. Sabah Society Journal 16.
1999 Charles Bradbury: 'A Modern Nomad'. Sabah Society Journal 16. Source: www.sabahsociety.com.
Tacconi, Luca, Krystof Obidzinski, Joyotee Smith, and Iman Suramenggala Subarudi 2004 Can 'Legalization' of Illegal Forest Activities Reduce Illegal Logging? Lessons from East Kalimantan. IN: Ravenel, Granoff, Ilmi and Magee 2004:137--.
Tagliacozzo, Eric 2004 A Necklace of Fins: Marine Goods Trading in Maritime Southeast Asia Maritime Southeast Asia is the name given to the island nations in Southeast Asia. Nations in this region include:
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2005 Onto the Coasts and Into the Forests: Ramifications ramifications npl → Auswirkungen pl of the China Trade on the Ecological History of Northwest Borneo, 900-1900 CE. IN Wadley (ed.) pp. 25-59.
Tan Keng Hong 2000 Fruit Flies (Bactrocera spp.) as Pests and Pollinators. Sabah Society Journal 17. Source: www.sabahsociety.com/17-2000.html.
Tanaka, H., D. W. Roubik, M. Kato, F. Liew and G. Gunsalam 2001 Phylogenetic Position of Apis nuluensis of Northern Borneo and Phylogeography of A. cerana as Inferred from Mitochondrial DNA Sequences. Insectes Sociaux 48:44-51.
Tarling, Nicholas 2001a Sabah Under Chartered Company Rule. Volume 7, Early Modern History, The Encyclopedia of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Archipelago Press. Pp. 104-5.
2001b The Labuan Entrepot ENTREPOT. A warehouse; a magazine where goods are deposited, and which are again to be removed. and the Borneo Protectorate protectorate, in international law
protectorate, in international law, a relationship in which one state surrenders part of its sovereignty to another. The subordinate state is called a protectorate. . Volume 7, Early Modern History, The Encyclopedia of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Archipelago Press. Pp. 106-7.
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Teo Siew Yean yean
v. yeaned, yean·ing, yeans
To bear young. Used of sheep and goats.
To give birth to; bear. Used of sheep and goats. (University of Queensland The University of Queensland (UQ) is the longest-established university in the state of Queensland, Australia, a member of Australia's Group of Eight, and the Sandstone Universities. It is also a founding member of the international Universitas 21 organisation. ) 2003 Occupational Segregation and its Effect on Estimates of the Gender Wage Differential: Evidence from Brunei. Asian Economic Journal 17(4)(December):341-60.
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Thursby, Derek 2004 Brunei Darussalam. IN: Matthew Engel (ed.), Wisden Cricketers' Almanac 2004. Alton, Hampshire: John Wisden & Co. Ltd; 141st edition. Pp. 1434. No entry for Malaysia or Singapore. East Timor on pp. 1435-36.
2005 Brunei Darussalam. IN: Matthew Engel (ed.), Wisden Cricketers 'Almanac 2005. Alton, Hampshire: John Wisden & Co. Ltd; 142nd edition. Pp. 1522. No entry even for East Timor this time. Malaysia and/or Singapore mentioned on pp. 1522, 1532-34. See also 'Official bodies' (p. 1544).
Tongkul, F. 1997 An Ancient Oceanic Crust in Tandek, Sabah--A Unique Geological [word's missing]. Sabah Society Journal 14.
A Tribute to Dr. Clive Wallis Marsh. 2000 Sabah Society Journal 17.
Tumbull, C. M. 2004 Brunei: History. FEA 2005:105-11; revised by Graham Saunders. Uchibori, Motomitsu
2005 Review of Journeys of the Soul: Anthropological Studies of Death, Burial and Reburial Practices in Borneo. William D. Wilder,. Editor. Borneo Research Council Monograph Series No. 7. Borneo Research Council, Inc. 2003. Asian Folklore Studies 64(2):343-45.
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. : Institute of East Asian Studies 1999 Bibliography of Studies on the Orang Ulu Communities in Sarawak. Kuching: UNIMAS.
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Vahanen, Risto, and Seppo Franti 2001 Jolo: 140 paivaa panttivankeina viidakossa (Finnish, Jolo: 140 Days Hostages in the Jungle). Helsinki: Kustannusosakeyhtio Tammi.
"An account of their captivity by two Finnish tourists taken hostage from Sipadan Island resort, Sabah" (Sather).
Van Nieuwstadt, M.G., and D. Sheil 2005 Drought, Fire and Tree Survival in a Borneo Rainforest, East Kalimantan, Indonesia. 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. 93(1): 191-201.
Data by courtesy of Mr. Simon Francis, message to the author by electronic mail, 23 April 2005: 1344h BST (convention) BST - British Summer Time. The name for daylight-saving time in the UK GMT time zone. .
Venz, Oliver 2003 Das Menschenbild, der Tod und das Jenseits bei den Benua'-Idaatn in Ost-Kalimantan [Concept of person, death and the beyond among the Benua'-Idaatn of East Kalimantan]. MA thesis in social anthropology, Freie Universitat Berlin.
Verkuyl, A. 1950 The Timber Resources of Kalimantan? Annual Report for 1949 of the Chief Forester, Forest Planning Brigade of Kalimantan. Typescript.
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Voon Boo-Ho 2005 Service-Driven Market Orientation and Service Quality in Higher Education. DBA thesis, University of South Australia.
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Wade, Geoff 2005 The Zheng He Voyages: A Reassessment. JMBRAS LXXVIII(1)(June):37-58.
Wadley, Reed L. 1999 Hunting for the Market in West Kalimantan. International Institute for Asian Studies Newsletter 20:9.
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2005a Introduction: Environmental Histories of Borneo. IN: Wadley pp. 1-21.
2005b Boundaries, Territory, and Resource Access in West Kalimantan, Indonesia (1800-2000). IN Wadley (ed.), pp. 137-57.
Wadley, Reed L. (ed.) 2005 Histories of the Borneo Environment: Economic, Political, and Social Dimensions of Change and Continuity. Verhandelingen van het Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 231. Leiden: KITLV Press.
Wadley, Reed L. and Michael Eilenberg 2005 Autonomy, Identity and 'Illegal' Logging in the Borderland of West Kalimantan, Indonesia. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 6(1)(April): 19-34.
Waidi Sinun and Tengku Zainal 1997 The Maliau Basin Conservation Area--Sabah's Lost World. Sabah Society Journal 14.
Walden, Celia 2005 Sultan's Son [HRH Prince Abdul Azim] Has Reason to Sing. The Daily Telegraph (London), Saturday 10 December, p. 22.
Walpole, Brian 2004 My War: "Life is for Living'. Sydney: ABC Books.
Warren, James 2001a The Birds' Nests of Borneo. Volume 7, Early Modern History, The Encyclopedia of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Archipelago Press. Pp. 28-29.
2001b Slave Trading and Markets of Borneo. Volume 7, Early Modern History, The Encyclopedia of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Archipelago Press. Pp. 32-33. Warren, K. S., I. J. Nijman, J. A. Lenstra, et al.
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or deoxyribonucleic acid
One of two types of nucleic acid (the other is RNA); a complex organic compound found in all living cells and many viruses. It is the chemical substance of genes. Variation in Bornean Orang-utans (Pongo pygmaeus). Journal of Medical Primatology pri·ma·tol·o·gy
The branch of zoology that deals with the study of primates.
prima·to·log 29: 57-62.
Warren, K. S., E. J. Verschoor, S. Langenhuizen, et al. 2001 Speciation speciation
Formation of new and distinct species, whereby a single evolutionary line splits into two or more genetically independent ones. One of the fundamental processes of evolution, speciation may occur in many ways. and Intrasubspecific Variation of Bornean Orang-utans, Pongo pygmaeus pygmaeus. Molecular Biology and Evolution 18:472-80.
Watters, D. G. 1995 Two New Records of Papilionid Butterflies from Brunei: Papilio demoleus libanius Fruhstorfer and Pathysa (Paranticopsis) macareus macaristus (Grose-Smith, 1887). Brunei Museum Journal 10:139-41.
Watterson, W. N. n.d. Sarawak: The De La Rue Story. Northampton. xiv + 293pp. "A study of the printing of the stamps of Sarawak (1888-1934) for the specialist philatelist"; cited in Perayaan Books, Catalogue No 22:38, 2005.
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Wehner, Marty, and Brian H. Kleiner 1998 Effective Business Management in Brunei. Management Research News 21 (7).
Wells, K., M. B. Lakim, H. Bernard, and M. Pfeiffer 2004 Small Mammals in the Rainforest Canopy: A Neglected Group of Conservational Concern? ASEAN ASEAN: see Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
in full Association of Southeast Asian Nations
International organization established by the governments of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand in Review of Biodiversity & Conservation (ARBEC ARBEC ASEAN Review of Biodiversity and Environmental Conservation ). http://www.arbec.com.my/smallmammals.
Wells, K., M. Pfeiffer, M. B. Lakim, and K. E. Linsenmair 2004a Use of Arboreal arboreal
pertaining to trees, treelike, tree-dwelling. and Terrestrial Space by a Small Mammal Community in a Tropical Rainforest in Borneo, Malaysia. Journal of Biogeography The Journal of Biogeography (Blackwell Publishing), first published in 1974, is the leading international scientific journal in the subject of biogeography. Papers dealing with all aspects of spatial, ecological and historical biogeography are considered for publication. 31:641-52.
2004b Arboreal Spacing Patterns of the Large Pencil-tailed Tree Mouse The Large Pencil-tailed Tree Mouse (Chiropodomys major) is a species of rodent in the Muridae family. It is found only in Malaysia. References
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The Xinhua News Agency (Simplified Chinese: 新华社; Traditional Chinese: 2005 President Hu Starts Visit to Brunei. 20 April 2005.
Yamamoto Hiroyuki 2002 Sports, Beauty Contests and the Tamu Besar: The Origins of Harvest Festival in Sabah (North Borneo). Sabah Society Journal 19.
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UK DOCTORAL RESEARCH ON BORNEO (IN PROGRESS)
De Silva, Maureen: doctoral research on "Filipino Immigration immigration, entrance of a person (an alien) into a new country for the purpose of establishing permanent residence. Motives for immigration, like those for migration generally, are often economic, although religious or political factors may be very important. into Sabah 1880s-1963." University of London: SOAS. Supervisor: Professor William G. Clarence-Smith. Initial registration: 2005.
Muhammad Asri Mohd All: "Political Parties in Malaysia Political parties in Malaysia lists political parties in Malaysia. The parties
The various schools, institutes and centres of the University are arranged into nine faculties, each with a dean, pro-deans and central functions:
Nani Suryani Haji Abu Bakar: "Britain-Brunei Relations since 1962." Ph.D. thesis, University of Leeds. Supervisors: Dr. Joem Dosch and Dr fan Caldwell. Initial registration: 2003.
Porodong, Paul: "Swidden Cultivation and Social Change amongst the Rungus of Sabah (Malaysia)," for a Ph.D. in Anthropology. University of Kent at Canterbury. Supervisor: Professor R. Ellen. Initial registration: 2002.
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For assistance in the production of this bibliography I am grateful to Dr. G. N. Appell, Professor D. E. Brown, Ms. Joan Bubier, Mr. Simon Francis, Professor Dr. Haji B. A. Hussainmiya, Professor Han Knapen, Mr. Joshua Y. C. Kong, Professor Clifford Sather, Dr. Ian Storey, and Associate Professor Dr. Reed L. Wadley.
On Thursday 2 December 2004 the Department of Agriculture (part of the Ministry of Industry and Primary Resources in Negara Brunei Darussalam), and the Faculty of Business, Economics and Policy Studies at Universiti Brunei Darussalam signed a MOU (Minutes Of Usage) A metric used to compute billing and/or statistics for telephone calls or other network use. to research the multi-functionality of agricultural areas. The fast project under the agreement is to be the production of a book that should explain to the non-technical reader the importance of agriculture's multi-functionality in NBD. The objective is to assess its extent and identify policy initiatives (BBO F.3.12.2004:h19.htm).
The Brunei Darussalam Journal of Special Education (to be issued annually by the Special Education Unit, Ministry of Education, NBD) was launched by Pehin Abdul Rahman, Minister of Education, on Monday 6 June 2005 at Jerudong. The new journal "will serve as an important source of reference and will be of value to educational researchers, practitioners, ministry officials, post-graduate students and members of the public who may be interested in special education issues" (GBOW ON Tu.7.6.2005).
On Wednesday 8 June 2005 it was stated that The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) had issued a report entitled Treasure Island at Risk (no publisher, no place, no date). The group warned that only half of Borneo's forest cover remains, compared with from seventy-five per cent in the mid-1980s. Around 3.25 million acres of forest are destroyed every year, jeopardizing the long-term survival of orangutans and pygmy elephants. Water supplies and tourism might be disrupted. The WWF hoped that NBD, Indonesia and Malaysia would cooperate to conserve more than fifty-five million acres of rainforest in an area known as the "Heart of Borneo" (BBO W.8.6.2005:bl.htm).
On Tuesday 28 June 2005 Pehin Mejar-Jeneral Mohammad Haji Daud, Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, launched the ministry's Strategic Planning Framework for the years 2005-2010, which will be used in all progression planning and human resource and physical development, and the Client's Charter Guidebook (TPOR, or Tekad Pemedulian Orang Ramai) (BBO W.29.6.2005:h8.htm).
On Wednesday 19 October 2005 the Islamic Bank of Brunei Berhad (IBB IBB International Broadcasting Bureau (US government)
IBB Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics
IBB Islamic Bank of Britain
IBB I'll Be Back
IBB Intentional Base on Balls ) contributed four thousand copies of Buku Khatam Al-Quran and "Takhtim al-Quran" to the Nuzul Al-Quran Celebration 1426/2005 Committee. The books were to be distributed as souvenirs to guests attending the Nuzul Al-Quran celebrations to be held at the International Convention Centre on the following day (Thursday) (BBO Th.20.10.2005:h11.htm).
On Tuesday 1 November 2005 more than a thousand pictures stored in a compact disc were handed over to the Chairman of the BSB Municipal Board by the Brunei Photographic Society. The pictures included images of the present Bandar Seri Begawan and activities during the 35th anniversary of its inauguration. The Bandar Seri Begawan Municipal Board appointed the Brunei Photographic Society to produce the historical images. They will be for the special use of the library of the Municipal Board for future reference and for documentary, exhibition and publishing uses (BBO W.2.11.2005:h28.htm).
Buku Susur Galur Keluarga was launched on 20 November 2005. It comprises an illustrated family history of Pehin Datu Panglima Haji Abu Bakar bin Jambol and his wife, Hajjah Salehah binti Haji Othman, both deceased, and their descendants (BBSO BBSO Big Bear Solar Observatory (Big Bear City, CA) Su.27.11.2005:f3.htm, which is a report by their grandson, Abang Jit Manis). A well-known figure in Tutong District, Haji Abu Bakar was one of the Tujuh Serangkai ('seven branches') group, who played a role in the early stages of planning for Brunei's 1959 Constitution. In 1960 he was granted the title Pehin Penyurat and was promoted Pehin Datu Panglima in 1974. The date of death is not given. His spouse, Hajjah Salehah binti Haji Othman, a housewife, died in 1995, reportedly at the age of 105. The couple was blessed with seven children (BBSO Su.27.11.2005:f3.htm).
A signing ceremony for the joint publication of Primary Mathematics textbooks and workbooks for the new Primary Mathematics Curriculum between the Ministry of Education, NBD, and SNP SNP Scottish National Party
Noun 1. SNP - (genetics) genetic variation in a DNA sequence that occurs when a single nucleotide in a genome is altered; SNPs are usually considered to be point mutations that have been evolutionarily Publication, Singapore was held in late November. The new system will be implemented in stages and extended to Primary 2 and 5 in 2007. By 2008, it is expected to be extended to Primary 3 and 6 (BBO Tu.29.11.2005:hl 0.htm).
In late November 2005 Bunut Mosque launched three books, namely How to Achieve Status in Heaven Hereafter, Strengthening Islamic Faith in the Global Era, and a second reprint of Acquiring Multiple Merits in a Short Time. The name of the author is not given. A brief introduction to the volumes was presented by Ustaz Haji Ahmad Asri Lubis bin Haji Abusamah (BBO Tu.29.11.2005:h22.htm).
On Tuesday 29 November 2005 an NBD poet, Yahya M.S., otherwise Pehin Dato Ustaz Haji Yahya, was awarded the Malaysian Hadiah Sastera MASTERA 2005 at the Hotel lstana, Kuala Lumpur. The fourth NBD recipient of the honor, he was selected on the basis of his collection of poems entitled Nyanyian Perjalanan Mencari Diri dari Muara ke Arafat
(The Songs of a Journey Looking for Identity from Muara to Arafat) (2004). His latest compilation is Perjalanan Kembali Dua Puluh Musim (2005) (BBO W.30.11.2005:h28.htm).