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As some of these wretched inhabitants escaped to the woods, all possible measures were adopted to force them back to captivity.
The poverty of the place may be conceived from the fact, that although containing some hundreds of inhabitants, one of our party was unable anywhere to purchase either a pound of sugar or an ordinary knife.
In a short time we were surrounded by a large group of the nearly pure Indian inhabitants. They were much surprised at our arrival, and said one to the other, "This is the reason we have seen so many parrots lately; the cheucau (an odd red- breasted little bird, which inhabits the thick forest, and utters very peculiar noises) has not cried 'beware' for nothing." They were soon anxious for barter.
The inhabitants eat the stalks, which are subacid, and tan leather with the roots, and prepare a black dye from them.
One is called by the inhabitants "Cheucau" (Pteroptochos rubecula): it frequents the most gloomy and retired spots within the damp forests.
But the important part he took upon that occasion convinced me that he had no superior among the inhabitants of the valley.
On this disaster and alarming situation when the flood struck the inhabitants, they complained the government machinery for help.
Only Bulgaria (87 deaths per million inhabitants) and the EU's deadliest for road fatalities, Romania (96), are worse.
The highest rate is in Romania (10 deaths per million inhabitants) and the lowest rate is zero, recorded in Cyprus (2016 data) and Luxembourg.
According to data put together by Stockwatch, a bank employee in Cyprus 'caters' to an average of 95 inhabitants, which is the third of the average number of citizens catered by banking employees in Spain and Greece.
Veliko Tarnovo for third consecutive year marks growth of its inhabitants. Last year the capital city increased its population by 79 and reached 68,859.
I am aware that our feudal rulers, especially those from rural Sindh and southern Punjab, parade themselves as 'original' inhabitants, yet they connect invariably in one way or another to Arabia.
Massaquoi also notes that the palm logs bridge has been posing serious risk to the lives of inhabitants of the area, so it has been removed by contractors.