baju

baju

(ˈbɑːdʒuː)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a traditional Malay long-sleeved and high-collared shirt worn by men
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According to the first to the 16th charge, the accused was charged for abusing his post and position as FTC managing director to obtain bribes for his relative by appointing Al Maisan Enterprise which owned by his relative as a supplier to FTC for items such as electronic gadgets, souvenirs, baju kurung, collared t-shirts and as skill training programme operator.
In the spirit of celebration, male and female participants are also encouraged to don baju melayu and baju kurung (traditional male and female Malay attires) respectively.
chapan Footnote 19: Kaftan; baju lelaki yang longgar dan labuh 20.
The magazine Le Decadent, founded in 1886 by Anatole Baju, was the main means of communicating the movement's ideas.
Also sells fabrics that can be used to create Malay-based costumes such as baju kurung.
Archana Baju, clinical dietitian, Burjeel Hospital, said patients often request for drastic weight loss because they believe a new body equals a fresh start to the year.
The literary category of decadentism (decadentisme) may have been proposed by the short-lived journal Le Decadent artistique et litteraire, which Anatole Baju founded in 1886.
"Women usually dress in light-colored baju kurungs [a wraparound dress, the long established Malay costume]." Another notable custom of Singaporeans in Ramadan is "giveaways" following the Qur'anic verse: "You cannot attain to righteousness unless you spend out of what you love." Yaman explains that the giveaways are not just food, "After taraweeh prayers, many people let their children pass around their neighbors houses and each family gives something they love away; be it a toy, a dress or a book or a special dish.
An upper row finishes the tableau of human figures showing two pairs of a male figure with loin-cloth flaps (again, an inverted 'V') between parted legs facing a female figure with hair bun (shown as a sideways 'V' at the right side of the face) wearing a female sleeved baju kelambi worn by senior women at rituals and festivals.
Financial controller of the Shamiana Restaurant where he was discovered, Baju P, said the deceased was found lying in a corridor and ruled out foul play.