from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A sultanate of northwest Borneo on the South China Sea. Formerly a self-governing British protectorate, it became fully independent on January 1, 1984. Bandar Seri Begawan is the capital. Population: 375,000.
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- proper n. A country in Southeast Asia.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a sultanate in Northwestern Borneo.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a sultanate in northwestern Borneo; became independent of Great Britain in 1984
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I will be flyin off to brunei tonight .. and i need to apply for auto roaming urgently .. but i need to know how would the person calling from Singapore to Brunei be charged?
The positive and overwhelming figure reflects the BRUNEI: Methanol produced in Brunei will be ready for export mainly to
The event was organised by well-known local bloggers in Brunei with support from food contributors.
Lots of known primates in Brunei, so would need better details to determine if this is an actual "mystery" or not.
The master of the surprising yet apt detail is Bruce Sterling; I point to his "Green Days in Brunei" as an exemplar.
His 36-year career with Shell has spanned all its major businesses, including assignments in Brunei, Gabon, South Africa, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
Its ethnically blind military meritocracy, its nurturing concern for the welfare of officers and enlisted men alike, and its jungle-warfare school in Brunei are second to none.
This is not just a question of our future training with the "Sings" in Brunei, of flying test sorties with the Indian air force, of conducting major annual exercises in Thailand, or of utilizing a soon-to-open training facility in northern Australia with the approval of our alliance partners.
Year's Best Science Fiction 03: Green Days in Brunei - Bruce Sterling
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