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kalong

(ˈkɑːlɒŋ)
n
(Animals) any fruit bat of the genus Pteropus; a flying fox
[Javanese]
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Teo said Sarawak's first Chief Minister Tan Sri Stephen Kalong Ningkan was elected a district councillor, then a divisional councillor, and finally a member of the State Legislature, and a member of the Supreme Council in 1963.
One of the most important tension-generating incidents was the perceived political interference by Kuala Lumpur in the dismissal of Sarawak's first Chief Minister Stephen Kalong Ningkan in 1966.
4 Son Wan Ho from Korea and World No 8 Shi Yuqi from China, World No 9 NG Kalong from Hong Kong, World No 10 Anthony Sinisuka Ginting in the Men's discipline, while the Women's pack would see participation from Japaneses World No 2 Akane Yamaguchi and World No 7 Nozomi Okuhara Chinese World No 8 & 9 Chen Yufei and He Bingjiao and World No 6 Sung Ji Hyun from Korea.
At sa umaga nama'y kalong Ka ng iyong amang tuwang-tuwa sa iyo.
Applications of geotextile tubes in sandy coasts with the main aim of protecting the shoreline from further erosion were presented through the case studies of Yucatan's coast in Mexico and Teluk Kalong's coast in Malaysia.
The South borders to Khuan Niang and Rattaphum district, Songkhla province and Khuan Kalong district, Satun province.
This can be understood from metal to insulator (M-I) transition at [T.sub.MI] = 290 Kalong c-axis.
1Faculty of Chemical Engineering Technology, Tati University College, Jalan Panchor, Teluk Kalong, 24000 Kemaman, Terengganu, Malaysia
They acquired the license from the Government to build 250,000 mt/a plate mill and a 1.8 Mmt /a Steel Slab Plant at Telok Kalong industrial Estate near Kemaman in Terengganu.
Documents with HT show that DataWind bought the tablets from at least four manufacturers, Dasen International Electronics, Shenzhen Shitong Zhaoli Technology, Kalong Technology and Trend Grace Ltd.