tawie


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tawie

(ˈtɔːɪ)
adj
dialect easily persuaded or managed
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The top winners of the Chief Minister's Awards were feature writer Priscilla Tawie of the New Sarawak Tribune (English category), feature writer Haini Darani of Utusan Sarawak (Bahasa Malaysia category), feature writer Ivy Ching Heng Mee of Sin Chew Daily (Chinese category) and broadcast journalist Monica Gerry of RTM (Broadcasting category).
In particular, the electromechanical impedance (EMI) sensing technique which employs piezoelectric transducers has been successfully emerged as a very promising technique for the strength development monitoring of concrete at early-age conditions in the works of Tawie and Lee [2], Shin et al.
Kevin Muyang Tawie Sulok (iD), (1) Osumanu Haruna Ahmed, (2,3,4) Choy Yuen Khew, (1) and Jarroop Augustine Mercer Zehnder (1)
Kevin Muyang Anak Tawie for assistance in morphological assessment via the WinFOLIA image analysis system.
(86) Sulok Tawie, "SEB Waiting for State's Nod to Start Baleh Dam Construction", Malay Mail Online, 26 October 2015, available at <http://www.themalaymailonline.
Tawie Salok, Valentine 2014 Industri musik Iban: Majak mansang taja agi bisi penimpang [Iban], Ngingit (6): 135-9.
See Sulok Tawie, "'West's democracy at all costs' approach a danger to fragile states", New Straits Times, 27 August 2000, p.
He said the leadership of Sarawak's first Chief Minister Tan Sri Stephen Kalong Ningkan had to face Indonesian confrontation after the formation of Malaysia and his struggle was continued by Datuk Tawie Sli.