lalang

lalang

(ˈlɑːlɑːŋ)
n
(Plants) a coarse weedy Malaysian grass, Imperata arundinacea
[Malay]
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Kenya's Lawi Lalang, who trains with Lagat and owns eight NCAA titles in track and cross country, will make his first Pre Classic appearance.
MNLF leader and chair of the Davao del Sur regional committee Leopoldo Lalang told Myrna, "If your dream before as an OFW was from toilet brush to computers, we also now have a new dream - from guns to keyboards.
Warburton finishedGareth Warburton fourth in the 800m in Delhi behind Kenyan trio Boaz Lalang, Richard Kiplagat and Abraham Kiplagat, and had hoped to go one better after being named in the Wales squad for this year's Games which start next week.
Lin and others (2006) conducted studies with lalang grass (Imperata cylindrical) showing that PCB accumulation in the leaves and stalks was mostly due to atmospheric deposition.
Poland's Marcin Lewandowski and Kenyan duo Boaz Kiplagat Lalang and Timothy Kitum, all ahead of Thomas in the rankings, had failed to advance from the first two semis, but the Brit was unable to capitalise.
Officials said that cadmium levels at the source of the pollution near the Lalang reservoir have been reduced, but its level was 25 times higher than the official limit near the the Luodong hydropower station downstream.
Love" grass, Chrysopogon aciculatus, whose seeds stick in clothes, and lalang, Imperata cylindrica.
An example of the the use of this draconian law was during the Operasi Lalang (Operation Lalang) in 1987 when political dissidents, members of advocacy groups and religious bodies were incarcerated without proper court proceedings.
Boaz Lalang led a Kenyan clean sweep in the men's 800m final.
In a seventeenth century Dutch map the mouth of the Rokan River is named Porto Lalang besaer (Port of Great Lalang) using an earlier name of Pulau Halang, the largest island in the estuary (Essen, 16?
Boaz Lalang, 21, of Kenyan earned a deserved silver medal in 1:46.
Baddeley became the first British winner of the men's race since Matthew Yates in 1991 when he edged out Kenya's Boaz Lalang on the line to win in three minutes 51.