Sabahan


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Noun1.Sabahan - a Malaysian from Sabah
North Borneo, Sabah - a region of Malaysia in northeastern Borneo
Malaysian - a native or inhabitant of Malaysia
Adj.1.Sabahan - of or pertaining to Sabah or its people; "Sabahan tribesmen"
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This article examines the way in which a particular sensory modality--hearing or listening--serves to distinguish between two locally salient categories of personhood in the Land Below the Wind: "illegal immigrant" and "genuine Sabahan".
His book is an interesting exploration of indigenous Sabahan identity (in this case Coastal Kadazan) at various levels of the "state" of Malaysia.
Riyadh, Jumada II 22, 1435, Apr 22, 2014, SPA -- After having beaten Sabahan of Iran at King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh this evening one love within group D of the first round of Asia Soccer Champions tournament, Al-Hilal of Saudi Arabia qualified for the next round of tournament.
Gaya Island Resort will incorporate elements of Sabahan architecture and contemporary design complete with modern amenities and Wi-Fi capabilities.
5 last year, the four and two other Filipino co-workers were taken hostage by a group of 10 armed men in camouflage fatigues from the remote riverside resort located along the Sabahan River, 39 kilometers south of the nearest town, Lahad Datu, on the east coast.
Accordingly, Al-Ahli ranks second with seven points and a goal difference below Iranian Sabahan which earlier this evening crushed Al-Sadd of Qatar 4-0 to bring the latter to the bottom of the group with 5 points and push up Al-Hilal to the third place with 6 points.
UPKO has been questioning the issuance of Mykads to "non-ethnic" Sabahan since 2008.
The resort, located along the Sabahan River, is about 39 kilometers south of the nearest town of Lahad Datu on the eastern coast.
As before, this Symposium will be jointly organized by the Kadazandusun Chair and the School of Social Sciences, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, together with the Pusat Sumber Adat dan Mediasi Kaum Anak Negeri Sabah (PUSAKA), a group of indigenous Sabahan legal practitioners headed by the Right Honourable Tan Sri Datuk Seri Panglima Richard Malanjum, Chief Justice of the High Court in Sabah and Sarawak.
By winning the match, Al-Hilal proceeded to the second place after Iran's Sabahan who shares Al-Hilal the 13 points standard but overpasses it on goal difference.
He took over the post from fellow Sabahan Chong Kah Kiat who resigned to run in the Sabah state elections.