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The following is a list of random notes for use in creating future pages.

Protected beach: with fishing boats that are pulled high upon the beach to protect them from storms, with boats light enough to be carried; the settlement is located behind the beach in trees or among protective rocks.

Stock pond: tailored water sources using an aquifer or dam to maintain water level. Caretakers protect from poachers. Stock ponds are usually private, owned by a village or status-individual.

Water village: small settlement constructed on a tidal mud flat, freshwater pond or marshland, with houses on pillars or jetties, allowing direct access to boats tied to each house. The village is often reachable only by boat. The population of such a conglomeration is between 75 and 125 males, females and children.