And so we climbed dripping from the Straits of Macassar, and entered the mists and jungles of Borneo.
I was a trader once, not now, whatever you may have heard about me in Macassar.
In this very house there was a Macassar man, with an Aru wife and a family of mixed children.
Macassar is the most celebrated place in the East for "running a muck."
Nor did his great influence die with him when his adventurous career came to a close in 1855 at Macassar.
For three months the success of Macassar Oil has kept me from sleeping.
With the good, efficacious poison emptied away; and tea, or rum, or Rowland's Macassar instead!
There will come here in about ten minutes a Bugis man—you know the language; you are from Macassar.
The Macassar government, including parts of the islands of Celebes and Sumbawa.
As soon as Xavier came on shore, he went to visit the governor of the town, to inform him of his intended voyage to Macassar.
especially in Macassar oil (1809), hair tonic originally advertised as made from materials obtained from Macassar (1660s), name of a district on the island of Celebes (modern Sulawesi); from native Mangkasara.