verb omou —思う—is an unusually multivalent term that can refer to almost all types of psychological or emotional activity. In its nominalized form omoi 思い, the word can refer to expectations/predictions, laments, worries, feelings, longings, hopes, aspirations, and spontaneous outpourings of the
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he tried to unravel the genesis of the Babad Tanah Jawi without resorting to a general theory concerning the genre to which this book is, rightly or wrongly, believed to belong. He observed that the part of the text dealing with the earliest period of the realm of Mataram contains predictions of
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emergencies and insufficient care in the offshore processing centres, including of the extreme suffering of children born in detention, have started to shift public opinion in Australia, even amongst voters otherwise disposed to accept predictions of invasion and security threats. 12 While the Pacific
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reflected by the Saminist prediction "that one day people will even have to pay dues for watering their livestock, burying their dead, or using the public road" (Jasper, p . 52). The Saminists were likewise unable to voice their grievances through concerted political organization or action in the modern
unpredictable, as do the kinds of gifts that might be appreciated. Moreover, no marriage path can be assumed to be fixed and unchanging. Despite dire predictions of the fatal consequences of doing so, alliance relationships are often neglected or forgotten, the undergrowth reclaiming a route to history
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- taining to the election, or even as a useful introduction to any worth- while predictions for future political developments. I n summary, Hering and Willis have produced a collection of socio- political ideas and empirical data which show great potential as an enduring aid to any informed study of
largely replaced by a wide variety of second-hand goods. These has led to the emergence of (flea)markets where the goods are sold. A lively commerce has developed – private enterprise – from which many small entrepreneurs, contrary to the predictions of the model, are able to profit. The Tongan government
predictions. In the second half of the book (Chapters V to IX), the author provides a more grounded approach and returns to some of the themes identified in his earlier work. In particular, he questions the simplistic concept of the rural consisting primarily of agriculture. Traditional ideas of the village
charting predictions worth noting. We have already been enchanted by their prosaic classics. Still, nothing beats hearing it straight from the scholar’s mouth.
their corrupt ways. While the course of twentieth century Vietnamese history developed very differently from the hopes and predictions of Trinh, his attempt to bridge the gap between two civilizations reflects a broad interest, and the present book provides some valuable insights in his effort.