Well, I says to myself at last, I'm a-going to chance it; I'll up and tell the truth this time, though it does seem most like setting down on a kag
of powder and touching it off just to see where you'll go to.
This man was a returned transport, and his name was Kags.
'The sessions are on,' said Kags: 'if they get the inquest over, and Bolter turns King's evidence: as of course he will, from what he's said already: they can prove Fagin an accessory before the fact, and get the trial on on Friday, and he'll swing in six days from this, by G--!'
'If he was coming here, he'd have come with the dog,' said Kags, stooping down to examine the animal, who lay panting on the floor.
'If he had,' said Kags, 'the dog 'ud want to lead us away to where he did it.
'Young Bates,' said Kags, looking angrily round, to check the fear he felt himself.
'Don't leave us in the dark,' said Kags, taking down a candle from the chimney-piece, and lighting it, with such a trembling hand that the knocking was twice repeated before he had finished.
According to Berna Castor of the group Tumanduk nga Mangunguma nga Nagapangapin sa Duta kag
Kabuhi (or Tumanduk), the Ipra has been used to facilitate the approval of the dam by 'tribal elders' organized by authorities for the singular purpose of legitimizing the project.