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buntal

[bu̇n′täl]
(textiles)
A fine, white fiber derived from the leaves of the talipot palm. Also known as buri.
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The remainder of the Buntal well costs will be expensed in the third quarter.
He photographed buildings and portraits in the outstations (such as Buntal, Ban, Sri Aman, Sarikei, Sibu, Bintulu, Kapit and Belaga, among many other places) as well as in Kuching.
Homegrown shops in Lucban town sell buntal hats and other handicraft items.
For those looking for color, the indigenous fabric Buntal is featured in clutches embellished with gold filigree while others had over-sized, semi-precious stones in varying hues and combinations.
The data upon which this preliminary study is based were gathered during fieldwork at Sungai Buntal in August 2008.
In 2007, as part of the ongoing participatory action research project, CIFOR and Yayasan Riak Bumi facilitated the development of a micro-hydro dam at the Sungai Buntal longhouse, which is located within the buffer zone of DSNP in the Kapuas Hulu district.
Maria; sukang Bulacan from Paombong; garlicky longganisa from Calumpit; buntal products (handwoven items in their finest weaving style) from Baliuag and San Ildefonso; stylish gowns and embroidered barongs from Pandi; and intricate pieces of jewelry from Meycauayan.
6) Reflecting Ong Kee Hui's devotion, some years before his death he bestowed a property at the coastal village of Buntal to the Anglican Church as a retreat for church groups.
Among those that have also become parts of our national culture and consciousness are Baliwag buntal hat; Meycauayan gold filigree; sukang Paombong; sayaw Obando; Bocaue fluvial parade; Kapitangan Lenten crucifixion; Angat Dam; Baliwag Transit; Barasoain Church; Prince of Tagalog Poets; Malolos Constitution; Pact of Biak-na-Bato; Divine Mercy National Shrine; The Great Propagandist; Philippine Arena; Letter to the Women of Malolos; Bituing Marikit; Hero of Tirad Pass; La Bulaquena.
One was to develop his small "beach house" at Buntal as a weekend and holiday retreat.
As the 15th day of May opens in Lucban, the town's skyline bursts with different hues of kiping (decor) made of rice dough, vegetables, fruits, rice grains, coconuts, cottage products like buntal hats, meat products like sausages, chandeliers and miniature sets.