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SMJ Strategic Management Journal
SMJ Saber Marionette J (WinAMP skin)
SMJ subject matter jurisdiction
SMJ Summary Judgment (legal term)
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Abdullah, M. T., M. A. Rahman and L. S. Hall 1996 New Records for Bats in Sarawak, Malaysia. Malayan Nature Journal (50):365-67. Cited in SMJ 2005:272.
Abil Hassan 2005 Beduk: Fungsi dan kepentingannya dalam masyarakat Melayu Brunei. Pelita Brunei, Aneka section, 21 September 2005:8.
Adam, F. J. 1998 Customary Land Rights under the Sarawak Land Code. Journal of Malaysian Comparative Law 25:217-31. Cited in Cooke 2006:62.
Adelaar, Alexander and Nikolaus P. Himmelmann (eds.) 2005 The Austronesian Languages of Asia and Madagascar. London: Routledge.
Alderson, Andrew 2006 The 8 Billion [pounds sterling] Family Feud. An eight-year legal tussle between the Sultan of Brunei, one of the world's richest men, and his playboy brother, one of the world's most profligate prof·li·gate
1. Given over to dissipation; dissolute.
2. Recklessly wasteful; wildly extravagant.
A profligate person; a wastrel. princes, is finally reaching its climax. Andrew Alderson reports on the long battle that has kept a string of British lawyers in very lucrative employment. The Sunday Telegraph (London), 14 May 2006:17; illustrated.
2006 Another Defeat for Prince Jefri in Battle over 8bn [pounds sterling]. The Sunday Telegraph (London), 21 May 2006:2.
Alexander, James James Alexander, born in 1691 in Scotland, was an eminent lawyer who became famous for his support of Freedom of the Press.
In 1715, Alexander immigrated to America, and began a career of public service to New York and New Jersey. ; Joshua Eliot and Dinah Gardner 2006 Footprint Borneo. Footprint Travel Guides, 17 April 2006. US$ 22.95. 352 pages. ISBN-10:1904777600; ISBN-13:978-1904777601. Amazon.com, 31 January 2007:1108h GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) See UTC.
GMT - Universal Time 1 .
Anaman, Kwabena A. 2003 Can the Construction Industry Pull the Rest of the Economy Out of a Recession? Evaluation of causality links between the construction industry and the macroeconomy in Brunei Darussalam. In: Anaman and Ismail Duraman (2003). Pp. 16-23.
2003 Analysis of the Aggregate demand of labour in Brunei Darussalam using dynamic econometric models. In: Anaman and Ismail Duraman (2003). Pp. 24-46.
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.
Annett, Roger 2006 Drop Zone Borneo: The RAF Campaign 1963-65. The Most Successful Use of Armed Forces in the Twentieth Century. Pen and Sword Military, hardback; 19.99 [pounds sterling]/US$39.95; 224pp; ISBN-10:1844153967; ISBN-13:978-1844153961. Written by a pilot who took part in the campaign himself (Amazon.com, 31 January 2007:1105h GMT).
Anonymous 1888 The Lake City of Borneo. St. James' Budget, 9 June 1888. Cited in Baring-Gould and Bampfylde 1909:400n.
Appell, G. N. 1995 Community Resources in Borneo: Failure of the Concept of Common Property and its Implications for the Conservation of Forest Resources and the Protection of Indigenous Land Rights. In: G. Dicum (ed.), Local Heritage in the Changing Tropics: Innovative Strategies for Natural Resource Management and Control. New Haven: Yale University Press. Cited in Vaz 2006:159.
Attenborough, (Sir) David (b 1926) 2002 Life on Air: Memoirs of a Broadcaster. London: BBC BBC
in full British Broadcasting Corp.
Publicly financed broadcasting system in Britain. A private company at its founding in 1922, it was replaced by a public corporation under royal charter in 1927. Books. Scattered references to Borneo in the autobiography of a naturalist with more than half a century of experience in producing "television programmes of uncompromising quality"; prolific author; Order of Merit Order of Merit
Brit an order awarded for outstanding achievement in any field , 2005.
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)(2003). Source: lysander.emeraldinsight.com.
Bakker, Laurens (Institute of Folk Law, Radboud University Nijmegen , L.Bakker@jur.ru.nl) 2006 Land and Authority: The State and the Village in Pasir, East Kalimantan. The Radboud University Nijmegen, formerly called Catholic University of Nijmegen is the university of the Dutch city of Nijmegen. IIAS IIAS International Institute for Asian Studies
IIAS International Institute of Administrative Sciences
IIAS Inventory Information Approval System
IIAS Indian Institute of Advanced Study
IIAS International Internet Associate Symposium
IIAS International Internet Advertising Services Newsletter No 40, Spring 2006:15.
Bending, Tim 2006 Penan Histories: Contentious Narratives in Upriver Sarawak. Leiden: KITLV KITLV Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology) Press.
Benjamin, G. 2002 On Being Tribal in the Malay World. In: G. Benjamin and C. Chou (eds.), Tribal Communities in the Malay World: Historical Social and Cultural Perspectives. Leiden: IIAS. Singapore: ISEAS ISEAS Institute for Southeast Asian Studies . Cited in Cooke 2006:16.
Berger, Sebastien (South-East Asia Correspondent) 2006 Sultan's Civil Servants Get First Pay Rise for Twenty-two Years. Daily Telegraph (London) Monday 17 July 2006:15.
Biswell, Andrew 2006 The Real Life of Anthony Burgess. Picador, paperback edition, 9.99 [pounds sterling].
Blandoi, Joseph and Antonio Kahti Galis 2006 Bisaya Society and Traditions. In: Hood Salleh (ed.), Peoples and Traditions (The Encyclopedia of Malaysia, Volume 12). Kuala Lumpur: Archipelago Press. Pp. 94-95.
Borneo Bulletin Brunei Yearbook: Key Information on Brunei 2005. 2005 Complex Perindustrian Beribi, Gadong, 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 : Forward Media Sdn Bhd and Brunei Press Sdn Bhd; 2004/2005. The 2006 edition has already been published as well.
Borneo Tourism Institute (Kota Kinabalu). Website, accessed on 31 January 2007.
Boutin, Michael E., Patricia Regis and Jacqueline Pugh-Kitingan 2006 Coastal and Island Groups of Sabah. In: Hood Salleh (ed.), Peoples and Traditions (The Encyclopedia of Malaysia, Volume 12). Kuala Lumpur: Archipelago Press. Pp. 128-29.
Brahim bin Ampuan Haji Tengah, Ampuan Haji 2001 Sastera Bruneisebagai Entiti Sastera Nusantara. Kuala Lumpur: 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. . Cited in PBA PBA Professional Bowlers Association
PBA Palm Beach Atlantic University (West Palm Beach, Florida)
PBA Partial-Birth Abortion
PBA Philippine Basketball Association
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Brookfield, H. and Y. Byron 1990 Deforestation deforestation
Process of clearing forests. Rates of deforestation are particularly high in the tropics, where the poor quality of the soil has led to the practice of routine clear-cutting to make new soil available for agricultural use. and Timber Extraction in Borneo and the Malay Peninsula: The Record Since 1965. Global Environmental Change, Human and Policy Dimensions 1:42-56. Cited in Cooke 2006:17.
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Brosius, P. 1997 Prior Transcripts, Divergent Paths, Resistance and Acquiescence to Logging in A colloquial term for the process of making the initial record of the names of individuals who have been brought to the police station upon their arrest.
The process of logging in is also called booking. Sarawak, East Malaysia. Comparative Studies in Society and History 39(3):469-510. Cited in Cooke 2006:17.
Brown, R. and S. Sjostrand 2003 Maritime Archaeology and Shipwreck shipwreck, complete or partial destruction of a vessel as a result of collision, fire, grounding, storm, explosion, or other mishap. In the ancient world sea travel was hazardous, but in modern times the number of shipwrecks due to nonhostile causes has steadily Ceramics in Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Department of Museums and Antiquities. Cited in SMJ 2005:172.
Brunei Museums, Kota Batu: Department of Museums, NBD 2006 Name of author not given. Launched on 22 February 2006 by Pehin Mejar-Jeneral Mohammad bin Haji Daud, Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport, to mark the fortieth anniversary of the Department of Museums, 1965-2005 (PBA 22.3.2006:9). The Borneo Bulletin (online, F.28.4.2006:h18.htm) refers to a book, presumably pre·sum·a·ble
That can be presumed or taken for granted; reasonable as a supposition: presumable causes of the disaster. the same one, entitled The Brunei Museum: The Anniversary of the Brunei Museums Department 1965-2005.
Brunei Times (1 July 2006--) Officially launched by Pehin Haji Adanan bin BPSK BPSK Binary Phase Shift Keying
BPSK biphase shift keying (US DoD)
BPSK Bi-Phase Shift Keying Mohd Yussof, Minister of Home Affairs, NBD, at a ceremony on the previous day in Gadong. He emphasised the duty of a newspaper to uphold the peace and security of the sultanate. Haji Ahmad Morshidi bin Pehin Abdul Rahman (Managing Director) added that the new daily, which is available online, aimed to provide citizens with an additional source of information and to play a positive role in the nation-building process. Malay, Jawi and Chinese language editions are scheduled 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 Sa. 1.7.2006:h3.htm).
Bulan, Ramy 2006 Native Customary Land: The Trust as a Device for Land Development in Sarawak. Pp. 45-64 In: Cooke 2006.
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2002b You've Had Your Time: Being the Second Part of the Confessions of Anthony Burgess. London: Vintage, paperback edition, 2002; originally published by William Heinemann Ltd, 1990.
Burhanuddin bin Ahmad Tajudin, Datuk Haji 2006 Sheppard Memorial Historical Essay Prize for 2006. JMBRAS LXXIX(1)(June 2006): 135. Extract: "The essay/thesis must be a research paper relating to the 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. , Singapore, and Brunei."
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in full Association of Southeast Asian Nations
International organization established by the governments of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand in Review and Environmental Conservation (ARBEC ARBEC ASEAN Review of Biodiversity and Environmental Conservation ). Cited in SMJ 2005:272.
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Noun 1. decentralisation - the spread of power away from the center to local branches or governments
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Chia, Stephen 2003 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. Sabah Museum Monograph Volume 8. Kota Kinabalu: Department of Sabah Museum.
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Christensen, Hanne 2005 The Bark Tree of Borneo, Artocarpus elasticus. Sarawak Museum Journal 2005:1-18.
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Clarke, M. A., and R. P. D. Walsh 2006 Long-Term Erosion and Surface Roughness Change of Rain-Forest Terrain Following Selective Logging, Danum Valley, Sabah, Malaysia. CATENA ca·te·na
n. pl. ca·te·nae or ca·te·nas
A closely linked series, especially of excerpted writings or commentaries.
[Latin cat , 68(2-3): 109-23.
Colchester, M. 1993 Pirates, Squatters and Poachers: The Political Economy and Dispossession The wrongful, nonconsensual ouster or removal of a person from his or her property by trick, compulsion, or misuse of the law, whereby the violator obtains actual occupation of the land. Dispossession encompasses intrusion, disseisin, or deforcement. of the Native People of Sarawak. Global Ecology and Biography Letters 3:158-79. Cited in Pedersen et al. (2006):191.
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2002 Vulnerability, Control and Oil Palm in Sarawak: Globalisation and a New Era? Development and Change 33(2): 189-201. Cited in Cooke 2006:19, 63; a slightly different version of the title is given in Cooke 2006:43.
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speculative thoughts about what might be the case or what might happen; fantasies: lurid imaginings and Local Realities of Sarawak's Plantation Agriculture. Journal 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
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Damus, I. 2000 Pemetaan Desa Partisipatif di Taman Nasional Kayan Mentarang, Kabupaten Malinau dan Nunukan, Kalimantan Timur [Participatory Village Mapping 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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n. pl. am·i·ties
Peaceful relations, as between nations; friendship.
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Garbutt, Nick, J. Cede Prudente and Sir David Attenborough 2006 Wild Borneo: The Wildlife and Scenery of Sabah, Sarawak, Brunei, and Kalimantan. MIT MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press, 176 pp. ISBN-10:0262072742. ISBN-13:978-0262072748. US$34.95. Published in association with the World Wildlife Fund for Nature, Wild Borneo examines inter alia [Latin, Among other things.] A phrase used in Pleading to designate that a particular statute set out therein is only a part of the statute that is relevant to the facts of the lawsuit and not the entire statute. attempts to preserve the island's natural resources in the face of commercial logging and large-scale land clearing). Nick Garbutt is Special Lecturer in Wildlife Photography at Nottingham University; twice winner of the BBC "Wildlife Photographer of the Year" competition. J. Cede Prudente is a professional conservationist and photographer. Sir David Attenborough requires no introduction.
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GTZ Agence Allemande de Coopération Technique (French)
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LLB Bachelor of Laws [Latin Legum Baccalaureus]
Noun 1. Hons thesis, University of Malaya The University of Malaya (or Universiti Malaya in Malay; commonly abbreviated as UM) is the oldest university in Malaysia, and is situated on a 750 acre (3.0 km²) campus in southwest Kuala Lumpur, the capital city. , Kuala Lumpur. Cited in Cooke 2006:63.
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Ibrahim Ahmad Bajunid 2005 Review of Timothy P. Barnard (ed.), Contesting Malayness: Malay Identity across Boundaries. (Singapore: Singapore University Press, 2004). JMBRAS, LXXVII(2)(December): 113-17.
IIAS Newsletter (International Institute for Asian Studies, Leyden, Netherlands) No 39 (December 2005) No 40 (Spring 2006).
Iizuka, Yoshiyuki, Peter Bellwood, Ipoi Datan and Hung Hsiao-ehun 2005 Mineralogical min·er·al·o·gy
n. pl. min·er·al·o·gies
1. The study of minerals, including their distribution, identification, and properties.
2. A book or treatise on mineralogy. Studies of the Niah West Mouth Jade lingling-o. Sarawak Museum Journal 2005:19-29.
Ipoi Datan and Poline Bala 2006 Kelahit and Lun Bawang Communities. In: Hood Salleh (ed.), Peoples and Traditions (The Encyclopedia of Malaysia, Volume 12). Kuala Lumpur: Archipelago Press. Pp. 98-99.
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2. Studies, No 48. Japan: National Museum 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 . Pp. 71-98.
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Jayum anak Jawan Noun 1. jawan - (India) a private soldier or male constable
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Jayum anak Jawan, Peter M. Kedit, Jayl Langub and Leo Mario Noeb 2006 The Harvest Festival in Sarawak. The Harvest Festival in In: Hood Salleh (ed.), Peoples and Traditions (The Salleh (ed.), Peoples and Traditions (The Encyclopedia of Malaysia, Volume 12). Kuala Lumpur: Archipelago Press. Pp. 82-83.
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Kalam Sadiq (University of California-Irvine) When States Prefer Non-Citizens over Citizens: Conflicts over Illegal Immigrants into Malaysia. Reported to be available on the Internet (Borneo Bulletin, online edition, Tuesday 3 January 2006:b6.htm).
Kalimantan Barat 2003 Kalimantan Barat dalam Angka [West Kalimantan in Figures]. Pontianak: Kantor Statistik [Provincial Statistical Office]. Cited in Cooke 2006:18; her translations in square brackets. There are similar publications for the provinces of Kalimantan Selatan, Kalimantan Tengah, and Kalimantan Timur.
Kalimantan Timur 1998a Kalimantan Timur dalam Angka. Samarinda: Kantor Statistik.
1998b Pemutahiran Data: Pengusahaan Hutan Tahun 1997/98. [Corrected Data: Forest Companies for the Year 1997/98]. Samarinda: Kantor Wilayah Propinsi Kaltim [East Kalimantan Regional Office].
1998c Dinas Kehutanan dalam Angka Tahun 1998/99 [The Department of Forestry in Figures, 1998/99]. Samarinda: Government of the Province of East Kalimantan, Department of Forestry. Cited in Casson 2006:85; her translations in parentheses.
Kaufman, Murray S. 2002 The Natural Heritage of Malaysian Borneo. Reefs and Rain Forests Publications (October 2002). Hbk, 276 pages. ISBN-10:0971065500. ISBN-13:978-0971065505. US $49.95. A surgeon by profession, Kaufman had been voyaging to Borneo for more than seven years. The results of his photographic work are displayed in this book. Three sections on reefs, rain forests, and conservation are introduced by Malaysian experts (Amazon.com, 31 January 2007:1114h GMT).
Keay, John 1997 Last Post: The End of Empire in the Far East. London: John Murray. A fair amount of Borneo coverage.
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2006b Iban Values, Beliefs and Traditions. In: Hood Salleh (ed.). Pp. 92-93.
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Kennedy, Dominic 2006 "Drop Case Or We Will Spill Your Secrets." Lawyers' warning to Sultan's brother. Bills reveal visits to tattoo parlour. The Times (London) 28 December 2006:27; illustrated. A court case with an NBD connection.
Kershaw, Eva Maria and Roger Kershaw 2006 The Mundane and the Mystic Constructions of Human Relations with the Animal World in Brunei Dusun and Other Borneo Folktales. Indonesia and the Malay World 44(99): 151-96.
Khairul A. Khariuddin 2004 Brunei Darussalam. Trusts & Trustees 10(7):40-42.
Khan, A. 2001 Preliminary Review of Illegal Logging in Kalimantan. Paper presented at the conference on "Resource Tenure, Forest Management and Conflict Resolution: Perspectives from Borneo and New Guinea," ANU, Canberra, 9-11 April 2001. Cited in Cooke 2006:18.
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1. Relating to or resembling a river.
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King, Victor T. 2006 People and Nature in Borneo: Review Essay of T. Bending, Penan Histories: Contentious Narratives in Upriver SarawaK, R. Puri, Deadly Dances in the Bornean Rainforest; and R. L. Wadley (ed.),Histories of the Borneo Environment. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land, en Volkenkunde 162(4):589-94.
Kitchener, Andrew C., Mark A. Beaumont and Douglas Richardson 2006 Geographical Variation in the Clouded Leopard, Neofelis nebulosa Neofelis nebulosa
see clouded leopard. , Reveals Two Species. Current Biology 16(23):2377-83.
Kiyono Yoshiyuki and Hastaniah 2005 Patterns of Slash-and-Burn Land Use and Their Effects on Forest Succession--Swidden-Land Forests in Borneo, Bulletin of the Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute Vol.4, No.4 (No.397):259-82.
Kochummen, K. M. and R. Go 2000 Moraceae. In: E. Soepadmo and L. G. Saw, Tree Flora of Sabah and Sarawak, Volume 3. Forest Research Institute Malaysia
The Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) is a statutory agency of the Government of Malaysia, under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. . Pp. 181-334. Cited in SMJ 2005:14.
Kollert, W., L. K. Koon, M. Steel and S. M. Jensen 2003 Biodiversity Conservation in Sabah's Commercial Forest Reserves--Status and Development Options. Kota Kinabalu: Report to the Sabah Wildlife Department and DANIDA DANIDA Danish International Development Agency Capacity Building Project. Cited in Cooke 2006:18.
Kong, Joshua Y. C. 2005 Budget 2006: Sabah Short-Changed Yet Again. www.malaysiakini. com/letters/41559, 10 October 2005:3.48 pm.
2005 A Paper for the Parliamentary Select Committee on Unity and National Service. Kota Kinabalu: Joshua Y.C. Kong.
2006 Digest No 34 (January 2006). firstname.lastname@example.org.
Krause, Bernie 2003 Rainstorm in Borneo. Wild Sanctuary label. Audio CD, released on 1 January 2003. Rainstorm in Borneo encompasses a day in the rainforest of southwest part of the island. Dr. Bernie Krause, naturalist and sound designer, has voyaged around world "capturing the soundscapes of exotic natural environments" since late 1960s, and "much of his work has been accomplished with techniques and technologies that he personally developed."
Kulip, J., G. Majawat and J. Kuluk 2000 Medicinal and Other Useful Plants of the Lundayeh Community of Sipitang, Sabah, Malaysia. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 12:810-16. Cited in Vaz 2006:160.
Kumaran, Jayaraj Vijaya, Faisal Ali Anwarali Khan and M. T. Abdullah 2005 Bats of Mount Pendssen, Padawan, Sarawak. Sarawak Museum Journal 2005:263-74.
Landau, R. and D. Vanacore 2001 Music from the television show Eco Challenge: Borneo. Mark Burdett Records. Audio CD, 1 April 2001. Amazon.com, 13 January 2007.
Langub, Jayl 2006a Adat and the Longhouse longhouse
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2006b Penan Community and Traditions. In: Hood Salleh (ed.). Pp. 100-1.
2006c Kajang and Other Orang Ulu Groups. In: Hood Salleh (ed.). Pp. 102-3.
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Leh, M. U. Charles 2004 A New Sub-species of Rhinomyias gularis Jungle Flycatcher flycatcher, common name for various members of the Old World family Muscicapidae, insectivorous songbirds including the kingbirds, phoebes, and pewees. Flycatchers vary in color from drab to brilliant, as in the crested monarch and paradise flycatchers of Asia and (Ayes: Muscicapidae) from Pa Di'it, Kelabit Highlands, Sarawak, Malaysia. Sarawak Museum Journal LX(81): 159-69.
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Listyawati Nurcahyani 1999 Kota Pontianak sebagai bandar dagang dijalur sutra Sutra: see Sanskrit literature.
In Hinduism, a brief aphoristic composition; in Buddhism, a more extended exposition of a subject and the basic form of the scripture of both Theravada and Mahayana traditions. . Departemen Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan RI. 109pp, binding unknown. ISBN-10:979933506X. ISBN-13:978-9799335067. A cultural history of Pontianak (Kalimantan Barat Province), and its position on Silk Road in the eighteenth century (Amazon.com).
Lloyd, T. O. 2003 The British Empire 1558-1995. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984; second edition 1996; pbk 1996, reprinted 1997, 2000, and 2003). Borneo 206, 273, 361, 401; Brooke family 206, 394; Brunei 360-61, 396, 428; Dutch East India Company Dutch East India Company: see East India Company, Dutch. 13, 46, 139; East Indies 1, 13, 33, 120, 140, 317; Sabah 360-61, 370, 430; and Sarawak 206, 360-61, 370, 430; Labuan, Kalimantan, North Borneo not listed in index.
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Malaysian Palm Oil Board Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) is the body responsible for governing the palm oil industry in Malaysia, the largest exporter of palm oil in the world. It is placed under the Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities. . Website at http://www.mpob.gov.my. Cited in Cooke 2006:19.
Any of a group of plant polysaccharides that are polymers of mannose.
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McGinn, Richard 1999 The Position of the Rejang Languages of Sumatra in Relation to Malay and the "Ablaut ablaut (äp`lout) [Ger.,=off-sound], in inflection, vowel variation (as in English sing, sang, sung, song) caused by former differences in syllabic accent. " Languages of Northwest Borneo. In: E. Zeitoun and P. J. K. Li (eds.), Selected Papers from the Eighth International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics. Taipei: Academia Sinica, Institute of Linguistics. Pp. 205-26.
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Address of a resource on the Internet. The resource can be any type of file stored on a server, such as a Web page, a text file, a graphics file, or an application program. : http//www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/iss1/art47/.
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Mohd Jamil Al-Sufri, Y. D. Pehin Jawatan Dalam Seri Maharaja DSU 1. (communications) DSU - Data Service Unit.
2. DSU - Disk Subsystem Unit (Artecon).
3. (humour) DSU - Dwarf Storage Unit. Dr H. A. 2005 Raja Brunei berasal dari China? Pelita Brunei 17 Ogos 2005:14.
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Reid, Michael J. C., Raul Ursic, Dawn Cooper and Hamed Nazzari 2006 Transmission of Human and Macaque macaque (məkäk`), name for Old World monkeys of the genus Macaca, related to mangabeys, mandrills, and baboons. All but one of the 19 species are found in Asia from Afghanistan to Japan, the Philippines, and Borneo. Plasmodium plasmodium, name for a stage in the life cycle of a slime mold. Also, Plasmodium is the name given to the genus of the protozoan parasite that causes malaria. Spp. to Ex-captive Orangutans in Kalimantan, Indonesia (RESEARCH). An article from Emerging Infectious Diseases. Digital, 12 December 2006. "Available for download now." Cited by Amazon.com, 13 January 2007.
Rensch, Calvin, Carolyn Rensch, Jonas Noeb and Robert Sulis Ridu 2006 The Bidayuh Language: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. Kuching: Dayak Bidayuh National Association.
Ritchie, James 2000 Tun TUN, measure. A vessel of wine or oil, containing four hogsheads. , Ahmad Zaidi: Son of Sarawak. Selangor Darui Ehsan: Pelandok Publications (M) Sdn Bhd.
Rivers, P. J. 2005 Negeri Below and Above the Wind: Malacca and Cathay. JMBRAS LXXVII(2)(December 2005): 1-32.
Robinson, D.H. 2006 Mild Man Goes North (A Tale of Old Sabah). Kuching: Lee Miing Press Lee Miing Press Sdn Bhd (previously known as Lee Ming Press Company) located in Kuching, Sarawak (Borneo), Malaysia is one of the largest and technological advance printing company in East Malaysia. .
Russell, Sue 2006 Murut Society and Traditions. In: Hood Salleh (ed.), Peoples and Traditions (The Encyclopedia of Malaysia, Volume 12). Kuala Lumpur: Archipelago Press. Pp. 126-27.
Rutter, Owen (1889-1944) 1999 The Dragon of Kinabalu and Other Borneo Stories. Natural History Publications (Borneo), Malaysia. Originally published in 1930. 105 pp. ISBN-10:9838120200. ISBN-13:978-9838120203. Amazon.com, 31 January 2007:1129h GMT.
Sabastian, Anthony 2004 First Record of Wandering Whistling Duck The Wandering Whistling Duck (Dendrocygna arcuata) is a species of whistling duck. Description
Formally named Tree Ducks, the Wandering Whistling Duck have their new name because of their loud whistling calls and the whistling noise their wings make during (Denrocygna arcuata) in western Sarawak, Malaysia. Sarawak Museum Journal LX(81):135-42.
Safitri, M. A., A. Kusworo and B. Philipus 1997 Peran dan, Akses Masyarakat Lokal dalam Pengelolaan Hutan: Kajian Kebijakan Daerah Lampung. Kalimantan Timur dan Nusa Tenggara Timur [Influence and Access of Indigenous Communities in Forest Management: Policy Assessment for Lampung, East Kalimantan and Nusa Tenggara Timur]. Jakarta: Universitas Indonesia. Cited in Deddy 2006:110; his translation in parenthesis parenthesis: see punctuation.
The left parenthesis "(" and right parenthesis ")" are used to delineate one expression from another. For example, in the query list for size="34" and (color = "red" or color ="green") .
Sahari Akim 2006 Pelita Brunei menyusur usia setengah abad. Pelita Brunei (Keluaran Khas section), 15 Februari 2006:7. Golden Jubilee of the official newspaper of the Government of Negara Brunei Darussalam.
Sahota, Bai 2006 Review of Christopher Bayly and Tim Harper, Forgotten Armies: The Fall of British Asia 1941-45 (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press The Harvard University Press is a publishing house, a division of Harvard University, that is highly respected in academic publishing. It was established on January 13, 1913. In 2005, it published 220 new titles. , 2005). IIAS Newsletter, No 41 (Summer 2006): 20-21.
Salfarina Abdul Gapor 2006 Melanau Society and Traditions. In: Hood Salleh (ed.), Peoples and Traditions (The Encyclopedia of Malaysia, Volume 12). Kuala Lumpur: Archipelago Press. Pp. 86-87.
Samuel, Anthony K. 2005 Contemporary Migration among the Dayak Iban in Sarawak. Kuching: Anthony K. Samuel.
Sanib Said 1991 Yang Dikehendaki: Biografi Yang Di-Pertua Negeri Sarawak Yang di-Pertua Negeri Sarawak is the title of the largely symbolic state Governor of the Malaysian state of Sarawak, who is appointed by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong or King of Malaysia. Tun Datuk Patinggi Haft Ahmad Zaidi Adruce Mohd Noor. Kuala Lumpur: Ampang Press Sdn Bhd.
Sarawak: Ministry of Land Development 1997 Handbook on the New Concept of Development of Native Customary Rights (NCR) Land. Kuching: Government Printer. Cited in Cooke 2006:43.
Sather, Clifford 2006a Iban Augury au·gu·ry
n. pl. au·gu·ries
1. The art, ability, or practice of auguring; divination.
2. A sign of something coming; an omen: . In: Pierre Le Roux and Bernard Sellato (eds.), Les Messagers divins: aspects esthdtiques et symboliques des oiseaux en Asie du Sud-Est / Divine Messengers: Bird Symbolism and A esthetics esthetics: see aesthetics. in Southeast Asia. Paris: Connaissances et Savoirs/SevenOrients/IRASEC. Pp. 763-98.
2006b Shamanism shamanism /sha·man·ism/ (shah´-) (sha´mah-nizm?) a traditional system, occurring in tribal societies, in which certain individuals (shamans) are believed to be gifted with access to an invisible spiritual in Sarawak. In: Hood Salleh (ed.), Peoples and Traditions (The Encyclopedia of Malaysia, Volume 12). Kuala Lumpur: Archipelago Press. Pp. 84-85.
Sather, Clifford and Patricia Regis 2006a Bajau Society. In: Hood Salleh (ed.), Peoples and Traditions (The Encyclopedia of Malaysia, Volume 12). Kuala Lumpur: Archipelago Press. Pp. 122-23.
2006b Bajau Customs and Traditions. In: Hood Salleh (ed.). Pp. 124-25.
Schulze, Fritz 1991 Die Chroniken von Sambas und Mempawah: Einheimische Quellen sur Geschichte West-Kalimantans. Heidelberg: Julius Groos. Cited in Heidhues 2003:23.
Seling, Ding 2006 Kayan and Kenyah Communities. In: Hood Salleh (ed.), Peoples and Traditions (The Encyclopedia of Malaysia, Volume 12). Kuala Lumpur: Archipelago Press. Pp. 96-97.
Sellato, Bernard 2006 Foreword. In: Pierre Le Roux and Bernard Sellato (eds.), Les Messagers divins: aspects esthetiques et symboliques des oiseaux en Asie du Sud-Est/ Divine Messengers: Bird Symbolism and Aesthetics in Southeast Asia. Paris: Connaissances et Savoirs/Seven Orients/IRASEC. Pp. 21-23.
Shabdin Mohd Long, Agatha Alfred and Norliza Abdullah 2005 Preliminary Checklist of Copepoda: Harpacticoida in Western Sarawak Waters. Sarawak Museum Journal 2005:285-95.
Shukor, M. N. 2000 A Small Mammal Trapping Study on Mount Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. Malaysian Applied Biology 29(1-2): 133-43. Cited in SMJ 2005:274.
Siaran Perangkaan Bulanan Sabah/Monthly Statistical Bulletin, Sabah. Department of Statistics, Malaysia. (Amazon.com).
Sillander, Kenneth 2004 'Dayak' and 'Malay' in Southeast Borneo: Some Material Contesting the Dichotomy. Suomen Antropologi 2004(4):55-74.
2006 Local Integration and Coastal Connections in Interior Kalimantan: The Case of the Nalin Taun Ritual among the Bentian. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 37(2):315-34.
Sinun, W. and Suhaimi, J. 1997 A Hydrological hy·drol·o·gy
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. and Geomorphological ge·o·mor·phol·o·gy
The study of the evolution and configuration of landforms.
geo·mor Assessment of Ulu Padas: SBCP-IPPA Hydrology hydrology, study of water and its properties, including its distribution and movement in and through the land areas of the earth. The hydrologic cycle consists of the passage of water from the oceans into the atmosphere by evaporation and transpiration (or Assessment. Kota Kinabalu: Ministry of Tourism and Environmental Development. Cited in Vaz 2006:161.
Sirait, M. T. 1997 Simplifying Natural Resources: A Descriptive Study of Village Land Use Planning
Land use planning is the term used for a branch of public policy which encompasses various disciplines which seek to order and regulate the use of land in an efficient and ethical way. Initiatives in West Kalimantan, Indonesia: A Tool for Forest Management. M.Sc. thesis, Ateneo de Manila University, Manila. Cited in Deddy 2006:110.
Sirait, M. T., S. Prasodjo, N. Podger, A. Flavelle and J. Fox. 1994 Mapping Customary Land in East Kalimantan, Indonesia: A Tool for Forest Management. Ambio (23):411-17. Cited in Deddy 2006:110.
Smith, Colin 2005 Singapore Burning: Heroism and Surrender in World War II. London: Viking. Brunei p. 563, Vyner Brooke p. 72-73, Confrontation p. 563-64.
Soemadi 1974 Peranan Kalimantan Barat dalam Menghadapi Subversi Komunis Asia Tenggara [The Role of West Kalimantan Facing the Communist Subversion of Southeast Asia]. Jakarta: Yayasan Tanjungpura. Cited in Wadley 2006:131; his translation of the title.
Sommerfield, P. J., J. M. Gee and C. Aryuthaka 1998 Meiofaunal Communities in a Malaysian Mangrove mangrove, large tropical evergreen tree, genus Rhizophora, that grows on muddy tidal flats and along protected ocean shorelines. Mangroves are most abundant in tropical Asia, Africa, and the islands of the SW Pacific. Forest. J. Mar. Bio. Ass. U.K. (78):717-32. Cited in SMJ 2005:291.
Sorensen, K. W. and B. Morris 1997 People and Plants of Kayan Mentarang. Jakarta: WWF Indonesia Programme. Cited in Deddy 2006:110.
Squires, Nick 2006 British [sic] POW Death March [Sandakan-Ranau] is Marked by Heritage Trails. The Daily Telegraph (London), Monday 6 March 2006:16.
Sreedharan, Slim 2004 Sarawak Birds Listed in the Red Data Book-Part I. Sarawak Museum Journal LX(81): 143-58.
Stargardt, Janice 2006 Review of Bruno Manser, Tagebucher aus dem Regenwald [Notebooks from the Rainforest] (Basel: Christoph Merian Verlag for the Brunei Manser Foundation, four volumes, 2004). ASEASUK News No 40(Autumn):29-31.
Stockdale, M. C. and B. Ambrose 1996 Mapping and NTFP NTFP Non-Timber Forest Product Inventory: Participatory Assessment Methods for Forest-Dwelling Communities in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. In: J. Carter (ed.), Recent Approaches to Participatory Forest Resource Assessment. London: Overseas Development Institute. Cited in Deddy 2006:110.
Suhaimi bin Haji Abdul Karim, Haji 2004 Digital Transformation of Libraries in Brunei Darussalam Addressing the Sustainability Issues of VILIS Brunei. Programme: Electronic Library & Information Systems 38(3).
Sulaiman Haji Durarnan, Haji 2005 PERKASA [Persatuan Kampong Saba, KA, 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) ]: Masihkah kehebatanmu seperti dulu. Pelita Brunei, 21 September 2005:20; illustrated. This is a useful article (in Malay) about the origins of the association.
Sunday Telegraph 2006 Act Your Age, Sir. The Sunday Telegraph (London), 16 July 2006:22; editorial. Re HM the Sultan of NBD.
Tawan, C. S., I. B. Ipor, Jusoh, I. and P. Bulan, K. Meekiong and M. Demise 2004 A New Record of the Fern Platycerium ridleyi Christ. (Polypodiaceae) in Sarawak. Sarawak Museum Journal LX(81):285-90.
Taylor, D., P. Saksena, P. G. Sanderson and K. Kucera 1999 Environmental Change and Rain Forests on the Sunda Shelf of Southeast Asia: Drought, Fire and Biological Cooling of Biodiversity Hotspots. Biodiversity and Conservation (8): 1159-77.
Tinal, U. and J. L. Palenewen 1978 Mechanical Logging Damage after Selective Cutting in the Lowland 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 Forest at Baloro, East Kalimantan. In: S. Rahardjo et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Symposium on the Long-Term Effects of Logging in Southeast Asia. Bogor: BIOTROP BIOTROP Regional Centre for Tropical Biology, Indonesia . Special Publication 3. Cited in Cooke 2006:20
Towell, P. 1997 Conservation and Development in the Ulu Padas Area--An Analysis of Local People's Principles of Involvement: SBCP-IPPA Socio-Economic Assessment. Kota Kinabalu: Ministry of Tourism and Environmental Development. Cited in Vaz 2006:161.
Tsing, A. L. 2005 Friction: An Anthology of Global Connection. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press. Cited in Cooke 2006:viii.
Tsukamoto, J. and J. Sabang 2005 Soil Macro-fauna in a Acacia mangium Plantation in Comparison to that in a Primary Mixed Dipterocarp Forest in the Lowlands of Sarawak, Malaysia. Pedobiologia 49(1):69-80. Source: zetoc.mimas.ac.uk, 15 August 2005.
Tuen, A. A., S. Isa, K. Besar and M. T. Abdullah 2004 Mammals of Gunung Murud. Unpublished report. Universiti Malaysia Sarawak. Cited in SMJ 2005:274.
2005 Economic and Product Market Databook for Pontianak, Indonesia. April 2005. Spiral bound. Cited in Amazon.com.
US Government: Department of State 2006 Brunei [sic]: Country Reports on Human Rights Practices 2005. Released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor The Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor Affairs (DRL) at the United States Department of State is one of four bureaus that comprise the Office of the Under Secretary for Global Affairs. , March 8, 2006. Available at: www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/hrrpt/2005/61602.htm Extract: "The following human rights problems were reported: inability of citizens to change their government; arbitrary detention; no freedom of speech, press, assembly, or association; restrictions on religious freedom; discrimination against women; restricted labor rights; exploitation of foreign workers."
Vale, Trevor and Michael Heppell 2002 Ritual Fabric of the Iban Dayak. Tribal. The Magazine of Tribal Art (29):65-82.
Vaz, J. 1999 Ulu Padas: Assessment of Tourism Potential. Kota Kinabalu: WWF Malaysia. Cited in Vaz 2006:161.
Vaz, Justine 2006 Seeking Spaces for Biodiversity by Improving Tenure Security for Local Communities in Sabah. In: Cooke 2006. Pp. 133-62.
Velde, Paul van der 2006 A Lifelong Passion: P. J. Veth (1814-1895) and the Dutch East Indies Dutch East Indies: see Indonesia. . KITLV: Leiden. VKI VKI Variable Keyframe Interval (DivX encoding algorithm)
VKI Virtual Keyframe Interval series, No 234. ISBN 90 6718 264 8.
Vickers, Adrian 2005 d History of Modern Indonesia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press Cambridge University Press (known colloquially as CUP) is a publisher given a Royal Charter by Henry VIII in 1534, and one of the two privileged presses (the other being Oxford University Press). . Reasonable coverage of Kalimantan (indexed on p. 287).
Voeks, Robert A. and Samhan bin Nyawa 2006 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. : Forest Knowledge and Nomenclature in Northern Borneo. Journal of Cultural Geography 23(2): 1-31.
Wadley, Reed L. 2002 Coping with Crisis--Smoke, Drought, Flood, and Currency: Iban Households in West Kalimantan. Culture & Agriculture 24:26-33. Cited in Wadley 2006:132.
2006 Community Cooperatives, 'Illegal' Logging and Regional Autonomy in the Borderlands of West Kalimantan. In: Cooke 2006. Pp. 111-32.
Wadley, Reed L. and O. Mertz 2005 Pepper in a Time of Crisis: Buffering Strategies, Smallholder Noun 1. smallholder - a person owning or renting a smallholding
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Response and the Asian Economic Crisis. Agricultural Systems 85:289-305. Cited in Pedersen et al. 2006:193.
Wakker, E. 1999 Forest Fires and the Expansion of Indonesia's Oil Palm Plantations. Jakarta: WWF Indonesia. Cited in Cooke 1986:86.
Wang Luan-Keng 2004 Bird Notes of Bario. Sarawak Museum Journal XL(81):171-90. websites
www.state.gov (US Department of State).
www.tiho-hannover.de (The Gibbon gibbon, small ape, genus Hyloblates, found in the forests of SE Asia. The gibbons, including the siamang, are known as the small, or lesser, apes; they are the most highly adapted of the apes to arboreal life. Network)
Weiss, M. K. 2003 Malaysian NGOs: History, Legal Framework and Characteristics. In: M.L. Weiss and S. Hassan (eds.),Social Movements in Malaysia: From Moral Communities to NGOs. London and New York: Routledge Curzon. Cited in Cooke 2006:21.
Wells, K. and M. Pfeiffer 2004 Markierung mit Spitzentechnologie. uni ulm intern 34:15-16.
Willford, Andrew 2006 Review of Amity A. Doolittle, Property and Politics in Sabah, Malaysia: Native Struggles over Land Rights (2005, University of Washington Press). American Anthropologist, 108(4):894.
Wilson, Alan 2006 Indonesia. In: Matthew Engle (ed.), Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2006. Alton, Hampshire: John Wisden & Co. Ltd, 143rd edition. P. 1394. No entry for Malaysia, NBD, or Singapore this time.
Woodfield, Charmian C. 2005 Lobang Kudih: The Excavation of a Ming Period Burial Cave, Near Beluru, Miri Division, within the Baram Basin. Sarawak Museum Journal 2005:31-186. See also: Heimann, Most Offending Soul Alive, pp. 352, 355-59, 362.
www.bruneiyearbook.com Cited in Borneo Bulletin Brunei Yearbook 2005:page E3.
www. e-huawang, com (2006-) NBD's own Chinese language website.
Zahorka, Herwig 2006 Kerayan--ein unzugaengliehes Hochland im Inneren Borneos mit Megalithen, Nassreiskulturen und Missionierung aus der Luft. TRIBUS (55):221-45.
Zuraina, Majid 1996 Prasejarah Malaysia: sudahkah zaman gelap menjadi cerah. 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. .
2003 Archaeology in Malaysia. Penang: Centre for Archaeological Research Malaysia. This one is cited in SMJ 2005:29.
UK DOCTORAL RESEARCH ON BORNEO (IN PROGRESS)
There is no change from last year in the "current postgraduate directory" (see BRB "Be right back." See digispeak.
(chat) BRB - (I will) be right back. 2005:308). One new research project of possible relevance is:
Harlina Sharif: "Malay Mosque Architecture: Origins and Influences." Ph.D. (Art History). 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 : 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 . Supervisor: Dr. Elizabeth Moore. Initial registration: 2006 (ASEASUKNews, No 40, Autumn 2006:43).
I am particularly grateful to Professor Sather for assistance with the preparation of this bibliography. Thanks also to Dr. Roger Kershaw and Professor R.H.W. Reece.
No entries dated 2006 appear in the Winzeler database of Borneo dissertations (as of 1 February 2007).
On the same date the latest available issue of the Sabah Society Journal was that for 2004.
On Thursday 19 January 2006 twenty-two writers signed a Memorandum of Understanding A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is a legal document describing a bilateral or multilateral agreement between parties. It expresses a convergence of will between the parties, indicating an intended common line of action and may not imply a legal commitment. with the Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka (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 , or Language and Literature Bureau) in NBD. The forthcoming books include Sidang Burung (Birds' Conference), a novel by Muslim Burmat, a collection of poems entitled Istighfar (Forgiveness) by Haji Mohd Jais Haji Mohd; and Dang dang
Used to express dissatisfaction or annoyance.
adv. & adj.
tr.v. danged, dang·ing, dangs
n. Gelagah Ketulangan by Aminah Haji Momin, a senior language officer at the DBP (Borneo Bulletin, online, F.20.1.2006:h7.htm).
There were also to be five scholarly works, namely: Fonologi Dialek Melayu Brunei: Satu Analisis Berdasarkan Teori Standard Fonologi Generatif (Brunei Malay Dialect 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 : An Analysis Based on Standard Generative Phonology), by Dr. Mataim bin Bakar; Fungsi Sastera (Functions of Literature), by Ampuan Dr. Haji Brahim bin Ampuan Haji Tengah; Al-Quran Penawar Histeria (The Quran: An Antidote to Hysteria), by Dr. Haji Muhamad Adi Zaky bin Haji Matasim; .4 dverbial: Satu Tinjauan dari Sudut Wancana [thus] (1) (Adverbial ad·ver·bi·al
Of, relating to, or being an adverb.
An adverbial element or phrase.
ad·verbi·al·ly adv. : An Observation from a Dialogue [thus] Perspective), by Dr. Azmi bin Abdullah; and Preposisi Bahasa Dusun dan Bahasa Melayu (Prepositions of Dusun and Malay Language), by Dr. Aini binti Haji Karim.
The remaining fourteen titles comprised picture books for children. The aim was to build a culture of reading among the young generation (BBO F.20.1.2006:h7.htm).
A book entitled Possession: Treatment and Prevention ('Kerasukan: Merawat dan Mencegahnya) written by the State Mutti, Pehin Dato Ustaz Haji Abdul Aziz, was put on sale at his office on Saturday 4 February 2006 at a cover price of NBD$5.00. Evil spirits are aiming to deviate the ummah from Islamic teachings. This book, therefore, describes ways and means WAYS AND MEANS. In legislative assemblies there is usually appointed a committee whose duties are to inquire into, and propose to the house, the ways and means to be adopted to raise funds for the use of the government. This body is called the committee of ways and means. to eliminate such phantoms and to protect people from becoming possessed in the first place. Information is provided for persons who treat the victims (BBSO 5.2.2006:h3 .htm). The first two editions sold out within days (BBO M. 10.4.2006:h24.htm).
Shukri Zain: Pioneer of Modern Islamic Poetry m Brunei Darussalam (211 pp), by Dr. Arif Karkhi Abukhudairi, an Associate Professor of Literature at Universiti Brunei Darussalam, is written in Arabic and was published in Cairo in January 2006 by the Maktabat Al-Adab (BBSO Su.26.2.2006:h13.htm).
IPA IPA - International Phonetic Alphabet Jurnal (No 15) was launched on Saturday 25 February 2006 at Rimba by D. P. Haji Eusoff Agaki bin Haji Ismail, Deputy Minister. This issue of the Civil Service Institute's journal comprises seven papers, including one on "The Impact of Quality Control Circles" by DH Siti Madam binti Awang Haji Md Jaafar; "Training Needs Analysis: A Study on Multinational Pharmaceutical Company" [sic] by Awang Aminuddin bin Awang Haji Buntar; "The Art of Management" by Dayang Hajjah Ilyasuriani binti DP AH Hamdani; and "Mewujudkan Budaya Kerja yang Cekap lagi Mantap menurut Perspektif Islam" by Dr. Khaerudin Rofi'i (BBSO Su.26.2.2006:h14.htm).
On 1 April 2006 the Ministry of Home Affairs issued a Strategic Planning Book (2005-25). The aim was to clarify the mission and values of the ministry by creating a Strategic Planning blueprint in line with the principles of national development. It was to be a point of reference for all staff at the Ministry for the next twenty years. The Ministry's vision (insofar in·so·far
To such an extent.
Adv. 1. insofar - to the degree or extent that; "insofar as it can be ascertained, the horse lung is comparable to that of man"; "so far as it is reasonably practical he should practice as the report is comprehensible) includes national unity, peace, security, and capability in national defense, as well as balanced socio-economic development (BBSO Su.2.4.2006:h16.htm).
A book entitled Makanan Halal ha·lal Islam
Meat that has been slaughtered in the manner prescribed by the shari'a.
1. Of or being meat slaughtered in the prescribed way: a halal butcher; a halal label. Sumber Pembentukan Syakhsiah Mulia was launched by the Islamic Dakwah Centre of the Ministry of Religious Affairs, NBD, on Tuesday 11 April 2006 in conjunction with Maulud. Islam takes food consumption very seriously, differentiating sharply between halal and haram For the municipality of Haram, see .
For the technical Islamic legal meaning, see .
The Arabic term ḥaram has a meaning of "sanctuary" or "holy site" in Islam. varieties. The volume under review is a compilation of information taken from the Quran and ahadith, along with comments and analysis to enable readers to get a better understanding of the points at issue (BBO W. 12.4.2006:h20.htm).
On Monday 22 May 2006 HRH HRH
Her (or His) Royal Highness
HRH Her (or His) Royal Highness
HRH abbr (= His (or Her) Royal Highness) → S.A.R. the Crown Prince officiated at the Mushaf Brunei 2006 reprinting ceremony at the Government Printing Department, Prime Minister's Office The Prime Minister's Office is a small department which provides advice to a Prime Minister in some countries:
The Mushaf, i.e., the Holy Quran handwritten hand·write
tr.v. hand·wrote , hand·writ·ten , hand·writ·ing, hand·writes
To write by hand.
[Back-formation from handwritten.]
Adj. 1. by a khat khat: see staff tree.
Slender, straight, East African tree (Catha edulis; family Celastraceae). Reaching a height of 80 ft (25 m), the khat tree has large, oval, finely toothed, bitter-tasting leaves. (special Jawi writing) expert, was originally published in 1992 to coincide with celebrations surrounding the Silver Jubilee of His Majesty's accession to the throne (PBA 21.10.1992:1; PBA 24.3.1999:1; Mani Mani (mä`nē): see Manichaeism.
or Manes or Manichaeus
(born April 14, 216, southern Babylonia—died 274?, Gundeshapur) Persian founder of Manichaeism. 1993:96).
On Tuesday 30 May HRH Princess Hajjah Rashidah Sa'adatul Bolkiah and her husband launched a compact disc, entitled Rentak 914 (Volume 2), a compilation album comprising fifteen of NBD's most requested locally-composed songs, issued by Pelangi Network, a radio station in NBD. Singers featured on the album include Awangku Amilin, Putri Norizah, and various others. The In'st volume was released in 2004 (BBO Th. 1.6.2006:h12.htm).
In June 2006 the DBP held a mini book fair at their library in Bandar Seri Begawan. The aim was to inculcate in·cul·cate
tr.v. in·cul·cat·ed, in·cul·cat·ing, in·cul·cates
1. To impress (something) upon the mind of another by frequent instruction or repetition; instill: inculcating sound principles. a "reading culture" and to "develop good reading habits." Discounts of 10-50 percent were being offered on books. The DBP operates libraries elsewhere in the sultanate, namely at Kampong Pandan Pandan can refer to:
A compact disc entitled Dirgahayu 60 was issued on Friday 30 June 2006 in conjunction with the sixtieth anniversary of the birth of riM Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan ofNegara Brunei Darussalam. Pehin Haji Adanan bin BPSK Mohd Yussof, Minister of Home Affairs, argued that music is an effective medium for conveying messages to the listener; these songs, he said, would generate loyalty as well as love for the Ruler, country and motherland moth·er·land
1. One's native land.
2. The land of one's ancestors.
3. A country considered as the origin of something. . The album comprises thirteen tracks, including Lagu Nasyid Puja puja
In Hinduism, a form of ceremonial worship. It may range from brief daily rites in the home to an elaborate temple ritual. A typical puja offers the image of a deity the honours accorded to a royal guest. Usia by Ustaz Haji Abdul Kadir and Lagu Dirgahayu by the late Haji Idris Haji Mohammad (BBO Sa.1.7.2006:h17.htm).
On Saturday 6 July 2006 Sutera 2006 was launched by the Information Department. Sutera, the Malay word for 'silk', is also an acronym for Sambutan Ulang Tahun Keputeraan. This volume reportedly contained information about the events lined up for the festivities fes·tiv·i·ty
n. pl. fes·tiv·i·ties
1. A joyous feast, holiday, or celebration; a festival.
2. The pleasure, joy, and gaiety of a festival or celebration.
3. in the four districts marking the sixtieth anniversary of His Majesty's birth; features about the previous year's carnival; and lists of administrative committee members. It also included messages of goodwill from members of the public. Eight types of poster were also available (BBSO 9.7.2006:h13.htm).
On Monday 31 July 2006 Malaysia, Indonesia and NBD agreed to look into the possibility of facilitating a freer movement of books among them. Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein, the Minister of Education in Malaysia Education in Malaysia may be obtained from government-sponsored schools, private schools, or through homeschooling. The education system is highly centralised, particularly for primary and secondary schools, with state and local governments having little say in the curriculum or , said this was decided at a ministerial-level meeting in Indonesia. It is also hoped to strengthen the international status of the Malay language (BBO F.4.8.2006: h8.htm).
On Thursday 14 September 2006 twenty-six local writers signed a Memorandum of Agreement A memorandum of agreement (MOA) or cooperative agreement is a document written between parties to cooperatively work together on an agreed upon project or meet an agreed upon objective. The purpose of an MOA is to have a written understanding of the agreement between parties. with the Director of Language and Literature Bureau, Dr Mataim bin Bakar, to have their books published. Three novels, one book of knowledge, and twenty-one story books were to be published by the DBP in its effort to become the biggest publishing agent for local writers in the Sultanate. Among the established authors involved are Dato Paduka Awang Haji Muslim, Awang Haji Mohd Salleh bin Abdul Latif and Awang Haji Sawal bin Rajab (BBO F. 15.9.2006:h34.htm).
On Tuesday 14 November 2006 Pengiran Dato Dr. Haji Mohammad, Deputy Minister of Education, opened a two-day seminar on the theme of "Understanding the Past, Strengthening National Identity" at the UBD UBD - User Brain Damage Chancellor Hall. He argued that historians need to write more about Brunei's economy prior to the commercial discovery of oil in 1929. The youth of today is so used to the easy lifestyle, he explained, that they are unable to understand the hardship of the pre-oil era. The Minister's main concern seems to be to encourage Malay entrepreneurship in the present day (8BO Th. 16.11.2006:h 18.htm).
On Tuesday 21 November 2006 the Borneo Bulletin online reported the launch of www. e-huawang, corn, NBD's own Chinese language website. In a press conference, Mr Michael Jan and Mr Sire Chong Siang, the persons in charge, said the idea of the website was to serve as a link for PRC investors in NBD following the cementing of ties between the two countries. The website, the first of its kind, was created solely for the purpose of promoting NBD. It also contains valuable information on Chinese non-governmental organizations in the sultanate and daily news relating to the country. Prominent figures in the local Chinese community are featured. It also has links to the RTB-Chinese channel as well as information for investors on the manufacturing, agricultural, fishing, and fanning sectors. The website had been more than three months in preparation and will he constantly upgraded (BBO Tu.21.11.2006:h25.htm).
On Wednesday 29 November 2006 the Survey Department launched Buku Panduan Sempadan Mukim dan Kampung Negara Brunei Darussalam, a guidebook to define clearly the borders of mukim and villages as part of a drive to expand the use of the Geographical Information System Geographical Information System - Geographic Information System (GIS). The guidebook will help community leaders identify their area's borders and ensure better administration. In conjunction with the World GIS Day, which NBD was celebrating for the first time, Pehin Dato Abdullah (Minister of Development) called on the Survey Department and other agencies to play a proactive role in implementing GIS in the country (880 Th.30.11.2006:h4.htm).
(1) Not in Kamus Dewan or Kamus Times.