In each case the unit of material is one stalk of Buri for each color.
There were upwards of 10,000 Dervishes, extending from Kalakala to Buri.
Twice over our record explains—a piece of rare good fortune—that Buri and coliberti are all one.
Buri straw is prepared from the young, unopened leaf of the Buri palm.
There are many trees of the yonote,25 and of the Buri, from which sago is made, which is used for bread in some places.
The process of whitening Romblon Buri straw has already been described.
Some Buri mats and a few “pandan” mats (probably from the common seashore variety) are made.
The Buri is the largest palm that grows in the Philippines, attaining a height of 20 meters.
It is customary to roll the Buri into coils in order to make it more convenient to store.
That of Buriàs abounds in the palm called Buri, of whose fruit and even of whose trunk, the Indians make an extraordinary bread.