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SIRI

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For the first row, 4 boiled and 4 uncooked eggs (eight altogether), bunched of 8 ketupat, 8 sungki tied together with red threads, one cubit (small bowl for the telaga piring) in one plate and small cash (as a token for the men who are performing the miring and bebian (prayer) ceremony, and red threads; daun rukuk apimg and tobacco in one saucer; 8 chopped betel nut pieces, roll of 8 sirih and 8 gambier leaves tied in red threads in one saucer; boiled rice in one saucer; and salt in one saucer.
China Development Bank together with Industrial and Commercial Bank of China has offered a 13-year USD138m loan to construct the Teluk Sirih generator in West Sumatra Province.
Their placement and removal is simultaneous with the fundamental ritual practice associated with community adat throughout the islands -- the construction of tempat sirih (betel containers) which are then placed on several keramat (including the three mentioned) along with Muslim prayer.
The ceremonial cloth woven by women and worn by both sexes for an special ceremonies is filled with designs taken from nature: fern leaf tendrils, stars, flowers, baby ducks, bamboo sprouts, goat's eyes, sirih leaves and many others.
Sintok-1 will be plugged and abandoned as planned, after which a third prospect, Sirih, will be drilled, adjacent to Sintok.
Po nama je funkcionalno-semanticki pristup proucavanju kategorija poput pasivnosti, koji nas je doveo do kategorije sirih dimenzija--deagentivnosti, prikladniji od formalnog pristupa, makar i samo zato sto su pasivni oblici, kao sto je poznato, prisutni i u konstrukcijama izvan okvira te kategorije.
He took from a sack a bowl which he then filled with water mixed with rice flour, a stack of sirih or betel leaves, a lime, a candle, and a plate of rice sprinkled with turmeric.
our wives looked for areca nut and sirih leaf and put it into the plaited basket for the wedding ritual, and we did the same, then when our wives accepted our pouches, we accepted their plaited baskets and we chewed.
This labour is accounted for in the term ai-we (wood-water) or more politely called takan bua (takan = betel leaves, bua = areca nuts) or sirih pinang in Malay (Grijzen 1904:55-60; Vroklage 1953:210-1) and when a female baby grows up and leaves the house through marriage this will be something compensated for in the marriage exchange negotiations--an exchange that ties the two houses inter-generationally both the living and the dead.