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inland

1. of, concerning, or located in the interior of a country or region away from a sea or border
2. the interior of a country or region

inland

[′in·lənd]
(geography)
Interior land, not bordered by the sea.
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Ken'yeah was a generic and pejorative name for Bornean inlanders from the perspective of the early Ga'ay.
However, Lipset emphasises that the Murik are more gender-equal in contrast to the Papuan-speaking inlanders whose masculinity is epitomise d by the practice of 'deeply misogynist male cults' (p.
In fact, however, many Kalimantan inlanders, including Kayanic groups of East Kalimantan among whom I conducted anthropological research for two and half years (1996-8), have a knowledge of both dry and wet rice cultivation.
Even the Coastal Commission advocates land uses that let inlanders enjoy beach recreation.
Through transactions called jena, people living along the ocean used to exchange products with inlanders.