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  • Jika dari sisi kekuatannya, maka tiang pancang dapat digolongkan sebagai displacement pile, dimana rekatan pada sepanjang tiang cukup efektif untuk diperhitungkan, sedangkan tiang bor termasuk sebagai non-displacement pile, rekatan disekeliling tiang lebih efektif.

    Planet Terasi

  • Among the most abundant species found here are the white-eared kob (Kobus kob), the tiang (Damaliscus lunatus tiang) and the Mongalla gazelle (Gazella thomsonii albontata).

    Saharan flooded grasslands

  • The topi's nearest relations are the sasseby, the tiang, and the korrigum.

    In Africa Hunting Adventures in the Big Game Country

  • Pondok Pesantren Tebuireng, masang bendera setengah tiang Ketua MUI Padang Lawas, rah yang sampai membawa Jombang, Kamis (31/12) lalu. sebagai ungkapan duka.

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  • Rafa memang terlihat kan Sir Alex Ferguson ini. diselamatkan tiang gawang ingin memastikan kemena - Sejak awal babak per - MU.

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  • Gibson also explained that the main portion of the house is called rumah ibu because in the old days, the matriarch of the family, with the assistance of a bomoh, would perform a ritual to determine the location of the tiang seri or main pillar of the house.

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  • (06 / 12 / 2007) Aerial surveys by the New York-based Wildlife conservation Society found more than 1.3 million white-eared kob, tiang antelope and Mongalla gazelle in Southern Sudan, despite decades of civil war.

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  • Tak heran bila gelondongan kayu pohon cedar yang bisa memiliki diameter sampai tiga meter lebih itu, menjadi tiang-tiang andalan Istana Salomo, serta rumah-rumah orang kaya di kawasan Timur Tengah, sejak Kekaisaran Mesir.

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  • Gue dan Rany makannya dengan sopan, jumawa, tapi berusaha tidak menarik perhatian dengan makan di pinggir-pinggir, deket tiang-tiang atau dinding.

    Kelinci Putih

  • Later she learnt that delegates were also using other discreet terms like satu tiang for RM100, dua tiang for RM200 and tiang seri (seribu) for RM1,000 to demand for cash in exchange for votes.

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