Austronesia


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Austronesia

the islands of the central and S Pacific, including Indonesia, Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia
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Morfologia = 0,2839 -0,1906 * Africa +0,5495 * Norteamerica +0,0834 * Papunesia + 0,1720 * Sudamerica +0,2876 * Australia +0,2941 * Amazonas -0,1674 * Sudestasia -0,3333 * Mesoamerica -0,2806 * Austronesia -0,1441 * Indoeuropea 0,0333 * Nigercongo - -0,1398 * Poblacion;
'Sila po yung nanggaling po ng Austronesia na race...' Padilla continued to say.
"Judging from the way the body was buried, it could be a person from what we now call the Austronesia language family," said Chen, a research fellow at Taiwan s Academia Sinica institute.
Thomas Reuter (Canberra: Comparative Austronesia Series, ANU E Press, 2006), pp.
Margaret Florey (ed.): Endangered Languages of Austronesia. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.
Taiwan's indigenous peoples, who originated in Austronesia and southern Asia, have lived on Taiwan for 12,000 to 15,000 years.
This packaging design reflects the "primitive" and "eco-friendly" culture of the Austronesia tribes (Bunun and Maori).
(2007) Persentuhan Austronesia-Non Austronesia dan pengembangan kajian linguistik.
"La dispersion austronesia y el origen de las lenguas." Investigacion y Ciencia 180:68-74.
In East Timor, some 30 native dialects are classified into two families, Austronesia and Papua.
Keluarga besar Bahasa Austronesia. Brunei Darussalam: Universiti Brunei Darussalam.