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  • noun historical A chief slave, who oversees the work of other slaves.
  • noun Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia A workman who oversees others in a factory or an a plantation, typically an oil palm or rubber estate.


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  • The bamboo chicks were all down, and the shutter-doors securely locked from the inside, but there was a long rattan chair within reach, and I dropped into it with a sigh of satisfaction, while my guide went out toward the servant-quarters to arouse the Malay mandor, or head gardener, whom H. B.

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  • One was the guide; the second was the mandor, naked save for a cotton sarong around his waist; the third was a stranger.

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  • The chairman of Hindraf, P. Waythamoorthy chided Lim for initialy pushing the matter to deputy Dr P. Ramasamy, saying that High Chaparral was not just an Indian problem but a problem of the state and that the DAP.leadership was racist in pushing it to Ramasamy who was accused of being "DAP.s Indian mandor (overseer)".

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  • Khir Toyo, the COO-mandor of UMNO Garbage Collection has welcomed PKR discard Badrul Hisham and

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