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Sumarak nagari : alur, pasambahan dan pidato adat Minangkabau / [penulis] R. St. Tandiko, M.I. Rajo Batuah ; [penyunting] H. Arfizal Indramaharaja
Bib ID 3309781
Format BookBook
Author
Tandiko, R. St
 
Edition Cet. 1., rev. 
Description Bukittinggi, [Indonesia] : Kristal Multimedia, 2003 
163 p. ; 16 cm. 
Series

Adat istiadat Minangkabau

Notes

Text in Indonesian and Minangkabau.

Subjects Speeches, addresses, etc.  |  Minangkabau (Indonesian people) - Social life and customs.  |  Minangkabau (Indonesian people) - Rites and ceremonies.
Other authors/contributors Batuah, M. I. Rajo  |  Indramaharaja, H. Arfizal
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Alur, pasambahan dan pidato adat Minangkabau

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