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- n. An indigenous people of the New Britain, Papua New Guinea, who speak Kuanua and are divided into moieties.
- proper n. The Kuanua language.
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Tok Pisin gaden may be equally from English garden or German Garten, and Tok Pisin bel may be from English belly or Tolai bala 'stomach, seat of the emotions'.
The sand dune deserts of Tsugar els and Altan els have Tolai hare Lepus tolai, daurian partridge Perdix dauuricae, houbara and great bustards Chlamydotis undulata and Otis tarda (VU); and the specialized species five-toed dwarf jerboa Cardiocranius paradoxus (VU) and northern three-toed jerboa Dipos sagitta.
In April 1878, a Fijian minister and three teachers were killed and eaten by Tolai tribespeople on the Gazelle Peninsula.
In Asia there is a species inhabiting the regions of the Altai Mountains, and another peculiar to the Siberian territory, called the Tolai.
Rudolph Buckley was a young mixed-race boy (part Tolai, Irish and Spanish) aged twelve when he stood with his mother and five brothers and sisters watching the Australian women and children being evacuated.