kueh


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kueh

(ˈkɔeɪ)
n
(Cookery) (functioning as singular or plural) (in Malaysia) any cake of Malay, Chinese, or Indian origin
[from Malay]
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His homemade kueh pie tee shells are filled with Boston lobster that's been laminated with a baby shrimp dressing, and his satay is composed of lamb necks grilled and glazed with kecap manis.
(29.) Included in our survey are the following well-known work: Coase and Wang (2012), Howe, Kueh, and Ash (2002), Lardy (2014), Naughton (2014, 2018), Saich (2015), J.
In addition, in early studies, homogenization of whole animals was routine and evaluation of the microbiota was limited by the sole use of culture-dependent media (Murchelano & Brown 1968, Kueh & Chan 1985).
La variacion anual de las poblaciones de las polillas del genero Eudocima ha sido relacionada principalmente con los periodos de lluvia y sequia (Hargreaves 1936; Leong y Kueh 2011).
Kueh Kiong Hook (Head of Paddy Section, ARC, Semongok) for access to healthy plant materials.
At the front of the cafes, men, shirtless men fanned charcoal fires and cooked in huge woks: char kueh tow, nasi goring.
Commercial oxobiodegradable high density polyethylene (HDPE) (density 0.96 g/mL @ 23[degrees]C) polymer matrix was provided by Kuek & Kueh, Malaysia.
First of all, the quandao: '"illicit" profiteering by state enterprises and officials, involving the diversion of scarce centrally allocated materials from planned use to the market sector for profit' (Kueh 1990: 99).
Well known for their mastery in making multi-coloured, delicious kueh like kueh Ku, popia using simple ingredients but laborious preparations, the woman folks dominated the kitchen to prepare food like inche kabin, itik tim etc.
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