East Malaysia

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East Malaysia:

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, independent federation (2005 est. pop. 23,953,000), 128,430 sq mi (332,633 sq km), Southeast Asia. The official capital and by far the largest city is Kuala Lumpur; Putrajaya is the adminstrative capital.
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Plasmodium knowlesi from archival blood films: further evidence that human infections are widely distributed and not newly emergent in Malaysian Borneo.
2008b Hapaline celatrix (Araceae: Caladieae)--a new record for Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo.
This dissertation is an anthropological study of the Bisingai, a subgroup of the Bidayuh ethnic group, of Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo.
Bialecki, Jon 2014 Review of Liana Chua, The Christianity of Culture: Conversion, Ethnic Citizenship and the Matter of Religion in Malaysian Borneo.
knowlesi S-type from Malaysian Borneo for 1 of the 4 samples.
London, July 23 (ANI): A team of conservationists in Sabah, in Malaysian Borneo, is planning to join forces with the palm oil industry to figure out how to protect the world's last orangutans.
I travelled from "KL" to Sabbah in Malaysian Borneo to visit the famous Orangutan Centre at Sepilok.
Ten percent of the CU2004 registration and sponsorship fees will go to the World Wide Fund for Nature, helping build a bright future for inhabitants and animals in Malaysian Borneo.
Take action: Donations to the Borneo Project provide legal aid and mapping assistance to indegenous communities across Malaysian Borneo fighting for the right to manage customary lands according to their traditions.
Getronics, one of the world's leading providers of Solutions and Services to the professional users of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), is sponsoring a team of adventure racers participating in Eco-Challenge Sabah 2000 -- a 12-day international expedition race that commenced August 21 and concludes September 2, 2000 in Malaysian Borneo.
Today, as a Senior Research Fellow in the University of Malaysia Sarawak's Institute of East Asian Studies, Jayl Langub's scholarly work goes on and promises to further enlarge our knowledge of Borneo, particularly by pursuing cross-border research, both within Malaysian Borneo and across its borders with Kalimantan, research that characteristically combines humanitarian concerns with rigorous scholarship.
knowlesi in Malaysian Borneo, we conducted molecular studies to identify the species.

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