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West Malaysia:

see MalaysiaMalaysia
, independent federation (2015 est. pop. 30,723,000), 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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Much to official consternation, the spokespersons of Kadazandusun groups at various times have upheld the idea of their being the 'definitive' people of Sabah, thereby reappropriating the term used by the Mahathir Mohamad who years ago claimed that the Malays were the 'definitive' people of West Malaysia. (47) The pribumi category introduced in the 1980s was strongly opposed by leaders of non-Malay natives because of the potential of making all natives the same, with the possibility of non-Malay natives losing out on being the 'definitive people'.
He also concludes that the Sarawak Chinese literature is not only different from the Chinese literature in China, Taiwan, North America, but also utterly different from that in West Malaysia (Tian, "The Essence of Sarawak Chinese Literature" 31).
Class, Race and Colonialism in West Malaysia; The Indian Case.
A survey was conducted at 32 different rice fields in coastal zone of Sebarang Perak in West Malaysia to identify most common and prevalent weeds associated with rice.
After modification the vessel will be renamed the FPSO Cendor and deployed offshore Terengganu in West Malaysia. Cathelco will be supplying the anti-fouling electrolysis tank system to protect seawater inlets and pipework against blockages caused by barnacles and mussels.
Vasil R L "Politics in a plural society - A study of a non-communal political party in West Malaysia" Oxford University Press 1971 Kuala Lumpur p-3
Mark's Training Center of Anglican Diocese of West Malaysia. First located in Zion Cathedral, then Sentul Methodist High School (1983-1990) and then in the Roman Catholic Church's Xavier's Hall in Petaling Jaya (1990-1998), after this ecumenical journey it finally settled in 1998 on land courtesy of a Catholic agency in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.
OCBC Bank has helped to raise capital to support home building efforts in West Malaysia.
In chapter 4, the relationship between Peninsular Malaysia and Sarawak is considered, and how the first indigenous Chief Minister of Sarawak, an Iban, Stephen Kalong Ningkan, was unseated to make way for an Iban puppet to please West Malaysia. It also details what are referred to as the turbulent years, although this turbulence largely arose from family discord between Taib Mahmud and his uncle, Abdul Rahman Yakub, and conflicts over the distribution and control of timber licenses, rather than some tension arising from deep-seated political differences.
Dental epidemiological survey of school children in West Malaysia 1970-71.
Having stamped their mark in West Malaysia, Sarawak is the last frontier for the opposition to work their influence to achieve their aim of wresting control of the federal government.
P1 WiMAX now covers over 40% of the West Malaysia population.

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