Classifier Instance:

Anchor text: Halmahera
Target Entity: Halmahera
Preceding Context: Similar to nearby islands, most Timorese are Melanesian and anthropologists identify eleven distinct ethno-linguistic groups in Timor. The largest are the Atoni of western Timor, and the Tetum of central and eastern Timor. Most Timor indigenous Timorese languages belong to the Austronesian group of languages spoken through the Indonesian archipelago. The non-Austronesian languages are related to languages spoken in the
Succeeding Context: in the Maluku Islands and Western New Guinea.
Paragraph Title: Language, ethnic groups, and religion
Source Page: Timor

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