ANTU


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ANTU

Abbreviation for α-naphthylthiourea.

ANTU

Alpha-naphthylthiourea, a powerful rat poison.

ANTU

see α-naphthylthiourea.
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A few years ago Lembang moved with the support of the Sarawak State Government from Nanga Sumpa to Lubok Antu which is an easily accessible and larger village connected to the land-route, in the pursuit of better working conditions.
Soldiers reached the isolated town of Liangjiang on Saturday evening to help 10,000 residents evacuate, said Sun, of the Antu County.
21) In the Lubok Antu area, the Iban use the term juluk, but not pejuluk, when referring to pua' In addition to a reluctance to utter the name of a strong juluk, this experience also suggests, as I indicate, the secrecy of juluk.
According to Sandin, the Undup and the Kumpang, a tributary of the Batang Ai, where Engkelili and Lubok Antu are located, were the first areas to be settled by Iban migrating from the Kapuas river region of West Kalimantan (Sandin 1968:4).
2014c Renung Ngalu Antu (Lemambang Kap anak Liau) [Iban].
There are threats that caches of wartime Japanese weapons will be unearthed from islands off the North Borneo coast and rumors that with Malaysia, taxes will be imposed on "native" land, fighting cocks and pala antu.
Prestige items or pusaka were heirlooms or items that had significance as a display of social standing, wealth, or power in the community: certain pusaka also had spiritual significance if they were believed to be inhabited by antu (spirits).
In conjunction with the new AT-1000 ANTU (See separate release: GDC Announces New AT-1000 ATM Network Terminating Unit for its Broadband Networking Product Family), these new devices extend the reach of the GDC broadband networking family to the remote branch office where lower cost access into public or private ATM/Frame Relay networks is key.
The crossing from Nanga Badau to Lubok Antu is the most frequented and on market days the town is teeming with visitors from Kalimantan.
Uchibori suggests that when the tukang sabak sent her soul to guide the newly departed soul to its place in the afterworld, this appeared to conflict with the belief that antu of the dead "hover in the sphere of the living" for some while after burial.
2009a Field note: Iban Headhunting and Antu Gerasi, Balleh River Basin of Kapit (in Japanese: Firudo-noto: kapit balleh ryuuiki, iban no kubikari to youkai gurasi), in Jams News, Japan Association for Malaysian Studies, 42 (March 2009): 42-3.
As a US Foreign Service officer, Pringle's two-week trip with his wife up the Kapuas from Pontianak to Putussibau and back again and then across the lakes region to Lubok Antu just on the other side of the Sarawak border, was an "official visit.