Von Dewall, De vormveranderingen der Maleische taal (Batavia, 1864) and J.
On the death of Abdallah in 1843, his son Taal succeeded.
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One species, however, Distira semperi, is confined to the landlocked freshwater Lake Taal at Luzon in the Philippines.
The city is so situated as to be affected by shocks from all the various seismological centres of Luzon, especially those from the active volcano Taal, 35 m.
Lake Taal, a few miles south-west of Laguna de Bay, occupies the crater of a great volcano.
The country rises gently to it on all sides, and on an island near its centre is the active volcano of Taal, 1050 ft.
They are Babuyan Claro, Camiguin de Babuyanes and Didicas in the Babuyanes Islands off the north coast of Luzon; Cagua or Caua in north Luzon; Taal, Mayon and Bulusan in south Luzon; Canlaon and Magaso in Negros; Camiguin de Mindanao in the island of Camiguin, off the north coast of Mindanao; and Apo and Calayo in Mindanao.
Only a few eruptions have been recorded of any of these, however, except Taal and Mayon, and there has been no great eruption of Taal since 1754.
The principal centres of disturbance are in the valley of the Agusan, in the region of Mayon volcano, in the region of Taal volcano, on Masbate Island, and along the north shore of Luzon.
A " Taal " word derived from the Dutch krans, a wreath, chaplet or cornice.
Ford (a " Taal " word).
C. Hesseling, Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der nederlandsche taal in Zuid-Afrika (Leiden, 18 99) H.
English is the language of the towns; elsewhere, except in the eastern provinces, the taal or vernacular Dutch is the tongue of the majority of the whites, as it is of the natives in the western provinces.