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  • proper n. State in western Malaysia which has Kuantan as its capital.

Etymologies

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From Malay Pahang.

Examples

  • PAHANG ASSEMBLY: Pahang football team's poor performance under fire Man who raped underaged daughter gets 40 years jail, eight strokes of rotan Speaker's deletion of Elizabeth Wong's pix sparks DAP police report Umno re-appoints Tengku Adnan as sec-gen, appoints new treasurer & info chief Perak Mufti urges Cabinet to first get ulamak views on Islamic affairs Najib to announce on Monday financial sector liberalisation measures Hold fast to culture

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  • Represente the state of Pahang is the third largest state of Malaysia and main industry centred on tropical timber production.

    Pahang FA shirt/kits 2006-07 Malaysia Super League

  • If you go up the Pahang River for a hundred and eighty miles, you come to a spot where the stream divides into two main branches, and where the name Pahang dies an ignominious death in a small ditch, which debouches at their point of junction.

    In Court and Kampong Being Tales and Sketches of Native Life in the Malay Peninsula

  • Interestingly, both sentences were meted out in Pahang, which is the

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  • Cameron Highlands is the smallest district in the state of Pahang which is located in the north-western corner of the state.

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  • We've all seen CSI, says one keen viewer, Rizal Osman, from Pahang, central Malaysia.

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  • KUALA LUMPUR—Malaysia has granted Australian miner Lynas Corp. a temporary and conditional license to operate a rare-earth refinery in the eastern state of Pahang, the government said Wednesday in a statement, potentially opening up a fresh source for crucial minerals now produced mostly in China.

    Lynas Gets Temporary Rare-Earth Refinery License

  • Shown, a woman with her injured son waded through a flooded street in Pahang village in Orissa, Sept. 25.

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  • The mud caking the street Jalan Sarekei off Jalan Pahang, near Titiwangsa Monorail station in Kuala Lumpur was the color of old boots, and the tepid flow of the Klang reminded me of a plumbing stoppage.

    Zac Hill: The Intimacy Gap

  • On his wanderings, the supreme leader has picked up a knighthood from the Sultanate of Pahang, the Medalla al Mérito Deportivo from Bolivia, the French Legion of Honour, the Dove of Geneva and countless honorary doctorates.

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