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By B. Krishnamurti, J. P. L. Gwynn

ISBN-10: 0195616642

ISBN-13: 9780195616644

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This is sometimes located above the phonetic / phonemic representation and sometimes following the phonetic / phonemic form (in parentheses). (3) A morpheme-by-morpheme gloss is given either below the Bora example or in parentheses following it. (4) A free translation follows, either on a line below the morpheme-by-morpheme text or following it at the end o f the line. , without any preceding or following text) may meet the conditions for the application of either PLTS or FLTS. If so, the isolation form will be the output o f the rule (which is how it would be pronounced in isolation).

Traditionally this sling was made from bark cloth. Now it is usually made from any cloth. 7 Weaving The men gather reeds and weave baskets and sieves, both for their own use and for sale. Everyone now weaves jicras ‘ shoulder bags’ and hammocks to sell. These are made from the fibers of the chambira palm, which are twined by rolling along the thigh. 5 Dress and personal adornment The Bora now wear western-style clothing. Some o f this they purchase and some they sew themselves. Both the men and the women sew, either by hand or with a sewing machine.

The people at the festival drink from this throughout the festival. 6 A typical festival In 1952, the senior co-author and his wife, Eva Thiesen, described a typical festival as follows: The chief told us excitedly that he was preparing a big festival, that he remembered how his forefathers had done it, and that he was going to do the same. He wanted to make a big dance so all the people would come together, so he could talk to them. He had been planning to make this dance for a long time, and had planted much extra food so that there would be plenty.

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