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Jesselton

(ˈdʒɛsəltən)
n
(Placename) the former name of Kota Kinabalu
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Ko′ta Ki•na•ba•lu′

(ˌkɪn ə bəˈlu)
n.
the capital of the state of Sabah, in Malaysia, on the NW coast of Borneo. 208,484. Formerly, Jesselton.
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Danao, Jesselton Manat - DOJ, NPS, OCP - Lucena City - Prosecutor II (Assistant City Prosecutor)
'This could affect the dam and if the dam bursts, it will bring down 2.5 million litres of water on houses below, either in Air Itam or the other side, in Jesselton area, depending on where it will crack,' she said during a talk organised by Penang Forum on PIL1 and PTMP.
The missions were all armed shipping searches along northwest Borneo near Miri or north in Brunei Bay with secondary targets of infrastructure at Jesselton or Lutong.
From Singapore to Jesselton (now Kota Kinabalu), she flew for the first time.
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* Searching for anyone who served with me on the USS Prairie (AD-15), home port San Diego, CA, from 1960-1963, specifically April 1961 when doing Pony Express (war games) in Jesselton, Borneo.
As the Pacific conflict moved north into South-East Asia, radio services were extended to Borneo (9AF Labuan), Sabah (9AO Jesselton) and Morotai (9AD).
For the hospital component, progressive payments amounting to MYR 73.3 million of the MYR 165 million have been received from purchaser Jesselton Wellness Sdn Bhd (Jesselton) in which Riverson has a 62 per cent interest.
Borneo Reef World lies off the island of Pulau Gaya and is half an hourOs boat ride by luxury catamaran from Jesselton Point in Kota Kinabalu.
The railway started from Brunei Bay, at a small village later known as Weston, to Beaufort, before linking up with Papar and, finally, Jesselton in the north as the terminus.
(32) Another thirteen followed, mainly from the area north of Jesselton, and were interrogated on 1 June.