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jelutong

[′jel·ə‚tȯŋ]
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It can be seen that Kapur, Merpauh, Resak, Bintangor, White Meranti, Jelutong and Sesendok have more than 50% crushing failure rather than shearing failure and there was none for buckling.
The feats unleashed in the 1980s when he was MP for Jelutong earned him the everlastingly explosive moniker of "Tiger of Jelutong", which remains unmatched because right or wrong, Karpal valued his superseding ideals, the paper said.
After impregnation with MMA/PVA, the weight percentage gains for Jelutong, Terbulan, Batai, Rubberwood, and Pulai were 42, 38, 47, 25, and 32%, respectively.
(34) For example, Syed Syekh al-Hadi, a teacher, journalist, and writer who was inspired by reformist Islam from Egypt, wrote a series of stories called The Moral Trainer that was published by the Jelutong Press.
Among Sunrise's major launches in the near term are the mixed development project in Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam, which is jointly undertaken with Sime Darby Berhad, and the redevelopment of the Angkasaraya building in the KLCC vicinity.
The opposition was no different in insinuating racial remarks, as in the case of Jeff Ooi, Member of Parliament, Jelutong (110).
"We had to take many pictures of apartments in Jelutong to show her.
Saudara, published by the Jelutong Press of the Muslim reformist Syed Syekh al-Hadi in Penang, was initially a weekly and later a bi-weekly, with a circulation that fluctuated between 1,000 and 1,500 during the time Kajai worked for it.
Keith shot to fame in the shed world after famously handing out membership forms from a Malaysian Jelutong wooden slatted shed during the first National Shed Week in July 2007.
The new 13,000 sq m facility in Bukit Jelutong,Shah Alam has 12 loading docks and 14,000 pallet positions and dedicated areas for pick and pack, kitting to line operations, consolidation and deconsolidation,cross docking,RMA programs, and reverse logistics.
facility in Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam, has 12 loading docks and 14,000 pallet positions and dedicated areas for pick and pack, kitting to line operations, consolidation and deconsolidation, cross docking, RMA programmes, and reverse logistics.
Made of a very light-weight wood from Indonesia called Jelutong, the metallic gray barrel is triangular in shape and is covered with small raised dots to improve your grip.