Dyak

Member of any of several peoples of Indonesian Borneo (Kalimantan) and Sarawak, including the Bahau of central and eastern Borneo, the Land Dyak of southwestern Borneo, who are shifting cultivators...
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dyak

(from the article `Russia`) ...remained at the apex of society; they were joined by numerous parvenu families that had risen in government service. Particularly striking was the ...
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Dyak

Dyak or Dayak (both: dī'ăk) , name applied to one of the groups of indigenous peoples of the island of Borneo, numbering about 2 million. The Dyaks have maintained their customs and mode of life largely uninfluenced by modern civilization. The group is generally divided into the Sea ...
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Dyak

[clerk] Dyak (дьяк, IPA) is a historical Russian bureaucratic occupation whose meaning varied over time and approximately corresponded to the notions of `chief clerk` or `chief of office department`. A dyak was a title of the chief of a structural division of a prikaz. For example, `посольский дьяк` (posolsky dyak) is a dy...
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