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He: I feel that your last remark was directed at me, and I takeoffense.

You:

Situation 2

You completely forget a crucial meeting at the office with your boss. Anhour later you call him to apologize. The problem is that this is thesecond time you have forgotten such a meeting. Your boss gets onthe line and asks:

Boss: What happened to you?

You:

Situation

You forget a get-together with a friend. You call him to apologize. Thisis the second time you have forgotten such a meeting. You friendasks over the phone:

Friend:

You:

Situation

You call from work to find out how things are at home, and your son

reminds you that you forgot to take him shopping, as you hadpromised. And this is the second time that this has happened . Yourson says over the phone:

Son: Oh, you forgot again. And you promised

You:

Situation 5

Backing out of a parking lot, you r un in to the side of an other car. It wasclearly your faul t., You d ent the sid e doo r slightly. The driver getsout and comes over to your angrily.

Driver: Can't you look whe re you're going? See wha t you've done

You:

Situation 6

You accidentally bump into a well-dressed elderly lady at an elegantdepar tmen t store, causing he r to spill her packages all over the floor.You hur t her leg, too. It's clearly you r fault, an d you want toapologize.

She: Ow My goodness

You:

Situation

You bu mp i nto a well-dressed eld erly lady at a depar tmen t store, shakingher up a bit. It's clearly your fault, and your want to apologize.

She: Hey, look out

You:

Situation 8

You bum p into an elderly lady at a depar tment store. You hardly couldhave avoided do ing so because she was blocking the way. Still, youfeel that some kind of apolog y is in order .

She: Oh, my

You:

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R.Universi tyCollege

We want population to turn Our waste land into shape and create bustle ~ ~ l i ~and industry. I never saw the country as still as it is now, and this oes October 989

agree with me. I Want to see the jungle falling right and ]eft andpeople scattered over what are now lonely wastes and turning them intocultivated lands.

50 anxious was he to replenish the government s empty coffers hat when works by Charles Brookea came of a British ship wreclced in the Natuna islands, he immediately s t

off in the government steamer Hear t sease to see if she could be salvaged. i) ublished orksAlthough the was uns~~ces sful, lmost ending in the shipwreck of the

earbease herself, Charles was able to display his considerable seamanship to 1866 T e n Years i n S a r a w a kLondon, Tinsley Brothers.good effect Methodical as always, he left a careful set of sailing insh.uctions for 1874 Saraw ak a Fieldfor Plante rs Kuching, Governmenthe Natunas area. 1907 auUies ast Presenf a n d F u t u r e London, The Pla

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The punishment we had inflicted was severe, but no t hanthe crime of their horrid piracies &sewed , A few heads were

away Our Dyak followers as trophies; but there wasno unnecessary sacrifice to [sic] life, an d I do not believe thatthere was a woman or child hu rt

was nearing home:

The departure of the Dido left me sad and lonely, for captainK e ~ ~ e lad een my Companion and friend; and he so

entered into my views for the s uppression of piracyand made them his own, that I may not expect any successor to

act with the same vigour and decision.

Gallant Didos I would ask no further aid or protectionthan I have received from you

needs to be said at this point about the heroine of the piece, I am commanded y my Lords Commissioners of the d

MS Dido- Launched at Pembroke in 1836 she was fireemasled slwp or to acquaint you that they have received with much satis

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is slight; 3rd, Because a literary hack must do it badly, moreespecially with such heterogeneous materials.

The first twenty-five copies of the book appeared on 27 January 846 andKeppel spent some pleasant days signing and packing presentation copies anddistributing others to the newspapers. When the first reviews appeared in lateFebruary, he was gratified by the warmly enthusiastic response. Most significantwas The Times which dev0ted.a colunm and a half of its 19 February issue to theBorneo Pirates . The Thunderer used the book as an oppor tunity to editorializeabout the need for the government to make a decision on Bomeo:

This is an important book upon an important subject. The

establishment of a British settlement on the north-west coast ofBorneo and the occupation o f the island of Labuan have, for along time, been under the consideration of Government, andinformation supplied in these volumes, not only by CaptainKeppel but by the heroic and indefatigable Mr Brooke, cannotbut be highly useful in enabling Government to decide wiselyand well. There can be no doubt , we think, of availing ourselvesof a colony in the Eastern Archipelago which private wealth an dprivate industry have already purchased for us.

Rehearsing the commercial and strategic arguments for a Borneo base, TheTimes believed that Keppel s action against the pirates had removed the onlythreat to its establishment:

i the crimes referred to still exist, they have already receiveda sufficient check to render them of no account in the formationof our future plans. Nay, since the terror of British arms and thegallantry of British seamen have been made apparen t to thesesavage hordes, it is clear that our presence and influence can leadonly to the extirpation of the evil and to the happiness of thewell-disposed and peaceful amongst the natives of these distantislands. Captain Keppel has graphically described the honourableshare he had in the suppression of some of the strongholdswhich had too long proved impregnable to native arms, and hischaracteristic sketches will amply repay perusal.

Citing at length Keppel s description of one particularly bloody foray asinteresting to a painful degree , the reviewer observed that it had been narrated

by hand as much at home with the pencil as on board Her Majesty sman-of-war . Nevertheless, the real praise was reserved for the Rajah:

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Language loss, survival and gainSocietal language norms and practices

Code choice and code switchingStatus of bilingual speechLanguage solidarity and deviance

SOUTHEAST ASIANISTS

Ohio University announces the 1991-1992 round of its Luce-SuppScholar-in-Residence Program, which offers a minim um of 1300 per monsup por t research and writing intended for publication. The grant norma

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Social psychology of bilingual

ROYAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETYBRUNEI RA[N FOREST PROJECT 1991-2

The RGS, in association with the University of Brunei Darussalam (UBD),invites applications from rainforest geographers, biologists and others seeking totake part in a 14-month expedition, to be led by Lord Cianbrook, to pristinelowland tropical forests in the Temburong District, Brunei, commencing January1991. The project will be based at the new UBD Field Studies Centre at KualaBelalong.

The research programme will be agreed upon by a joint UBD/RGS

committee. core team of gradu ate stu den ts will be working on fundamentalII studies of the rainforest environment. Integrated with these studies, shorter

projects 6 weeks minimum) will be undertaken to cover other topics importantin establishing base-line environmental data. The opportunity to participate isoffered to geographers and other scientists, especially those who have hadprevious field experience in the tropics and have facilities for writing up theirresearch. The fundi ng will be E2@27 per da y (depending on local support staffneeded) plus flight and freight costs.

I

pplicants should write now to: Nigel Winser, Assistant Director, RoyalGeographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2 A F with CV a synopsisof the research they wish to undertake (approx. 500 words) and details of thelikely permanent contribution to base-line information that their work would<

yield.

I

awarded for two to three months to enable the recipient to use the resmaterials in the Southeast Asia Collection of OU's Alden Library. Resicould begin as early as Ju ne 1991. The grant ma y not be used to fund resnecessary to fulfill degree requirements. For more information apply to ProfDrew McDaniel, Director, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Ohio UnivAthens, OH 45701.

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limitations are less serious, but the soils are acid and low in most plant nutrients.In order to util ize this land for agricultural production and hence provide a basis

I for settlers, application to the soil of rather large amounts of lime and fertilizers

I,are required (author's abstract).

B I B L I O G R P H Y

Abdul Halim Ismail1987 Sistern Kewangan dalam Islam. Brunei: Pusat

Islamiah, Kementerian Hal Ehwal Ugama, 71 p

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1 This study contains a reconstruction and an evaluation of Geertz'sinterpretive anthropology. Bakker discusses the main elements of Geertz'santhropology and explicates their interrelationships. He discusses the tensions,and inconsistencies in Geertz's interpretive anthropology, and evaluates it interms of five important methodological criteria. Lastly, Bakker discusses three

8 , current types of critique of Geertz's corpus.I '

1 1 Copies can be ordered from: Department of Anthropology, University of

iUhecht, P. 0 Box 80140,3508 TC Utrecht, The Netherlands.

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Abdul Samad Hadi and Sulong Mohamad (eds.)1990 Pernbadaran dun Transforrnasi Bandar Negeri Sabah

Penerbit UKM.

Agong, Ajan1989 Perpindahan Penduduk Kenyah di Belaga

Pengenalan Ringkas. Sarawak Gazette, Vol. 115,(Sept.), pp. 15-17.

Ahmad B. Dams and Robert Stuebing1986 Vertebrate Exotics in Sabah. Sabah Society journal,

No. 2, pp. 296-306.

Amir Tan1989 Sabah: Parti Politik Mula Berkempen.

Masyarakat, Vol. 27, No. 7, pp. 22 23.

Awang Hasmadi Awang Mois1984 Penyelidikan Anhopologi di Sarawak: Sat

Rengkas. Jurnal Antropologi dun Sosiologi, Vol. 12,90.

Bakker, Jan Willem Alexander1988 Enough Profundities Already A Reconstruc

Geertz's Interpretive Anthropology. Uitgegeven dISOR, University of Uhecht, Postbus 80140, 3Utrecht, The Netherlands. ISBN 90-5187-003-5.

Bodmer, Richard E. Robert J. Mather and David J. Chivers1991 Rain forest of central Borneo-threatened by

development. Oryx, Vol. 25, No. 1, pp. 21 26.

Brewis, Kielo A.1987 The Death of a Timugon Murut. he Sarawak

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