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Every season the government floats tenders and gives contractors permission to extract a fixed volume of Tendu leaves - usually between 1,500 and 5,000 standard bags known as manak boras.
Samahitam manak is, as explained by the commentator, mind freed from anger and malice, etc., i.e., properly trained.
The _nucteelob_ were the _ancianos_, the wise old men of the village; _manak_, a trace or sign that appears at a distance and then disappears.
_U manak uinic ti ulah_ = I saw the trace of a man to-day, but it is no longer visible.
Cen tah Nakuk Pech lae ca ulen tumen u halach uinic tenob ca chichi cah uai ti Cħac Xulub Cħen; lae tumen u nucteelob cuchi lae manan u manak u talel Españolesob uai ti luum, lae minan u yana cah chicunic cah uai Cħac Xulub Cħen; lai yobi t ubahilob lae ti xocan ili, yulel
The slippery arithmetic and the sly system of measurement that converts bundles into manak boras into kilos is controlled by the contractors, and leaves plenty of room for manipulation of the worst kind.
Bilak sebut baget, gah urg kitak di angoh dapat keistimewaan .. sebenarhek hampeh. .nyap tahok manak lesaphek baget tuk ...
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