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The Coffee Project is funded by the sales of Orang Utan Coffee: a 100 percent Arabica, single origin, single estate coffee.
Despite these strictures, the authors have composed a thoughtful picture of the ORANG as an Air Force unit.
Taking 20 lead, Young Blues Stars Mardan dominated the proceeding and did not give much room to Orang Club Toru to strike back.
Orang Asli communities living in rural areas of Peninsular Malaysia have been introduced to modern medicine since the early 1950s.
Jamuan makan or providing meals considered as one of the important methods of da'wah among orang Asli.
A cross sectional study was conducted from May 2006 to July 2006 in four selected Orang Asli villages in Hulu Selangor (Pertak, Gerachi, Kuala Kerling and Sungai Jang) as a high incidence of endemic goitre has been noted in these areas (Noor Hayaati et al.
In Indonesia and Malaysia, the Orang Asli and Orang Laut are chided for their chosen way of life and thought to be backward and uncivilized; yet as Andaya's work has shown, there is a long history of interaction between these groups and the Malayu.
The Orang Suku Laut of Riau, Indonesia is divided into eight chapters, including an introduction and conclusion.
So orangs whistle and lie squeakily about their size, but the final part of the news trilogy concerns another sound which makes the whole business still more intriguing: the orang laugh.
Islim is one of a group of nine Bornean orang utans who got to try out their super-soft paper beds for the first time in March.
RIPPLES ON THE WATER: BELIEVERS IN THE ORANG ASLI'S STRUGGLE FOR A HOMELAND OF EQUAL CITIZENS.
The next largest groups are the Bidayuh and Orang Ulu.