Sabah

[ US /ˈsɑbə/ ]
NOUN
  1. one of the 13 states that constitute the Federation of Malaysia; located on the northern portion of the island of Borneo
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How To Use Sabah In A Sentence

  • Sukarno, Indonesia's first president, had declared a "Confrontation" against Malaysia in 1964, which then included Singapore along with the Borneo states of Sabah and Sarawak.
  • As a member of the public, members of the Foochow community can really help in alleviating the chances for it to be committed," he told reporters when officiating a luncheon organised by the Sarawak and Sabah Foochow Association. A Seven Percent Rise In Crime Rate.
  • He said TSH Biotech had been working closely with the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) for the past five years to produce the new oil palm ramets and the company was now the biggest ramet producer in Sabah and Sarawak. Daily Express Newspaper Online
  • An undetermined species of bagworm sometimes causes severe defoliation in Sabah, but trees quickly recover. Chapter 6
  • Scientists think the flowerpecker is a canopy specialist, feeding off fruits high in tree canopies. green and yellow slug (Ibycus rachelae) was discovered on leaves in a mountain forest at altitudes up to 6,233 feet (1,900 meters) in Sabah, Malaysia. Livescience.com
  • There are an estimated 13,000 orang-utans left in Sabah from a population of over 145,000 100 years ago, making this their last stronghold in Malaysia.
  • Here's an article with a little more info on Sumatran rhinos being found in Sabah, Malaysia. Archive 2007-12-01
  • Sipadan is a small island 36 km off the south-east coast of Sabah, which is in the eastern part of Malaysian Borneo, and it offers some of the best scuba diving in the world.
  • Kalau tidak silap, kami tak minum pun kat situ, cuma pergi toilet dan borak-borak tepi bas dengan "big guy" yang dari Sabah tu. Propeller Most Popular Stories
  • (Sabah Times, Jesselton, August 30th, 1963) "The important aspects of the Malaysia Ideal, as I see it, is that it will enable the Borneo territories to transform their present colonial status to 'self government' for themselves and absolute independence in Malaysia simultaneously ... SARA - Southeast Asian RSS Aggregator
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