Filipino musical legend Gary V immediately took his turn on the same high with his 'Eto Na Naman' (here we go again) accompanied by his famous dance moves, followed by his other popular 1980s songs 'Wag Mo na Sanang
Isipin' (don't think about it), 'Eto na Naman' (here we go again) and 'Di Bale na Lang Kaya' (never mind).
Ashung duh sanang
= have become disillusioned (as of unhappy married-couple that seeks illicit romances; disillusioned), xv.
The head of the Buntal subvillage (kepala dusun), the leader responsible for the administrative affairs of the longhouse and any communication with regional government officials, was Sanang.
During the shared learning experience, Sanang met two men from West Java, Rasman and Rasiman, who had built a microhydro system in their village.
The Buntal community chose Sanang and Belimbis as the primary operators of the system, but all the men were trained in how to maintain and operate the system.
Sanang has been asked by other village headmen to survey their lands for potential micro-hydro development sites, and two proposed micro-hydro projects in DSNP are based on the template provided by the Buntal project.
Sanang was aware of the negative effects of using kerosene lamps inside, such as increases in lung disease and asthma (Koshal et al.
Dutch officials determined that the raiders were led by Sanang (a.
Abu Bakar's connection to the Katibas was not coincidental, either: He and Sanang knew each other well as their fathers, Pangeran Suma and Unggat, had been friends for years.
It is unlikely that this migration was willing: A Palin headman, Benuang, left for Sarawak at the same time with some 60 households, after giving Sanang a number of ceramic jars and other valuables, and Abu Bakar supposedly threatened others who did not want to move with beheading by the Iban and having their headless corpses thrown into the river to give notice to the Malays of Bunut and the controleur.