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  1. The Dayak could be made with 3/8" inch marine plywood (or its millimeter equivalent) and soaked with oil. Or it could be made with plywood skinned with fiberglass, stitch and glue style. A Plascore boat is the same as a stitch and glue plywood/fiberglass boat, where the only change is .
  2. dayak - borneo; tube is wood. approximately 77 inches long, 0. 75 inches wide. metal blade is 8 inches with wood sheath. bamboo dart container is approximately 16 inches long, 3 inches wide. approx. 12 darts. used. age unknown. condition is good. inside top of container with some loss. please see smartaronacarsetzvascrededfisemfi.xyzinfo Rating: % positive.
  3. Dayak is a generic term that has no precise ethnic or tribal significance. Especially in Indonesian Borneo (Kalimantan), it is applied to any of the (non- Muslim) indigenous peoples of the interior of the island (as opposed to the largely Malay population of the coastal areas).
  4. All Dayak communities ban the use of chemicals and sophisticated technology for catching fish and only traditional tools like nets, rods and fish traps may be used. All customary regulations state that trees at the headwaters of rivers may not be cut and recommend that salt springs in the forest and common hunting grounds not be damaged.
  5. The theme for the course focuses on the material culture and photographic documentation of the Dayak peoples, and the wealth of possible stories that span almost four decades of dramatic social change for these communities living in what is present-day Malaysia and Indonesia. The course will encourage students to examine the politics of display.
  6. noun, plural Day·aks, (especially collectively) Day·ak. a member of any of several indigenous, Austronesian-speaking tribal peoples of Sarawak and Indonesian Borneo.
  7. Dayak Kratom LLC is a Maine-based kratom brand that was supposedly founded in July of I say “supposedly” because there is evidence of this vendor filing for a trademark in and further proof that they were never granted said trademark.
  8. noun Dayak, Dayaks 1 A member of a group of indigenous peoples inhabiting parts of Borneo, including the Iban (or Sea Dayak) of the north, the Land Dayak of the south-west, and the Punan. ‘Clashes between groups of non-Muslim, indigenous Dayaks and migrant Muslim Madurese first .
  9. Dayak is a generic term used to categorize a quite large group of indigenous peoples of the island of Borneo. The island is in fact divided between three countries: Indonesia, the Malaysian Federated States of Sabah and Sarawak, and Brunei Darussalam.

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