At the border, there were cars waiting to take people to the capital, Dili.
But, still, week after week, Addison lived in a Dili hostel waiting for the rusty wheels of Timorese justice to set her free.
Mao sa guihapon; cun Dili saoayon mo caron, Dili acó magato-on niana hasta ogma.
Dili is employed in the future sentences, and is formed with the particles of imperative mood, and sometimes of indicative.
Onahon nila ang pag-guisi, Dili ang pagsaolo (They will rather tear them than learn by heart).
Dili acó macapahalayó cania, tungud cay bu-ut sia mag-apas canaco sa lugus (sa linugsa-nay).
The duties levied by the Portuguese at Dili in the month of June 1838 was 10 per cent.
Daghan man ang mga maquina-admanon didto sa Roma, ¿Dili ba mato-od?
Good water and firewood are to be had at most of them; that of Dili is a good and safe one.
Dili acó bu-ut maglingao-lingao canimo sa imong mga buhat, nasayod acó nga mahal ca-ayo ang tiempo sa mga comerciante.