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a quick release metal eyelet for the end of a lariat. When the restrained animal is no longer required it is not necessary to slacken off the loop and pull it over the head—a very great advantage when working with wild cattle or unbroken horses.
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Sillander and Beguet show that among the Bentian and the Iban, spirits are thought eventually to become the dew that nurtures plants and rice.
Se ha propuesto localizar la ceca de baskunes, y con ello, indirectamente, bentian, en Pamplona, a partir de la alta presencia de numerario en el monetario de la Catedral (Ripolles, 1982:471).
1995, Local Identity and Regional Variation : Notes on the Lack of Significance of Ethnicity among the Luangan and the Bentian , Borneo Research Council, 26 : 69-95.
There has been a long-running dispute between the Bentian people and PT Kalhold Utama, a Hasan logging company.
Alan Charuk, Chief Executive Officer and President, commented "We have successfully concluded all negotiations to acquire majority operating interests in the Hulu and Bentian Besar coalbed methane PSCs.
Sillander shows how the Bentian of East Kalimantan perceive ancestors as sources of power and authority in rituals and discourse.
Acting Authoritatively: How Authority Is Expressed through Social Action among the Bentian of Indonesian Borneo.
2016 Relatedness and alterity in Bentian human-spirit relations.
Chapter 5 by Kenneth Sillander looks at teknonymy and its influence on kinship among the Bentian, a Dayak group in Kalimantan.
Here, in interpreting the role of music, the author takes up an idea developed by Kenneth Sillander, who worked among the linguistically-related Bentian, that this bifurcation of the deceased spirit-persona into two post-mortal spirits may be interpreted as a symbolic expression of the ambivalent attitudes of separation and avoidance, on the one hand, and retention and reverence, on the other, that most Borneo people have toward their dead.
As with the other societies in this volume, the Bentian social organisation is of the open-aggregated kind, with relationships being quite flexible.
Generally considered to belong to the Luangan Dayak group, they are closely related to the Bentian, with whom they share a number of cultural traits--"language, ritual practice, cosmological beliefs, and cultural history" (Payne 2012: 313).