Kupang


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Kupang

A slang term for 10 cents in certain parts of Malaysia. For example, 80 cents is called eight kupang. The term is most common in Kedah, Penang, and Perlis. See also: Malaysian ringgit.
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CAKARTA (CyHAN)- Indonesia's eastern city of Kupang was scheduled to host the initial Melanesian Festival from Oct.
State run cement company Semen Indonesia sealed an agreement with Semen Kupang, to build a new cement production factory in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara in order to boost efficiency in distribution.
The project will be undertaken at Dyna-Mac's yard in Tanjung Kupang, Johor, Malaysia.
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Merpati plans to fly twice a week between Dili and Kupang in West Timor, Wahyu Hidayat, the airline's president, said.
Before that, in 1977, a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 737-200 crashed in Tanjung Kupang, in Johor state, killing all 100 people on board.
SK is wholly owned by the state coming on stream in 1984 in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara.
On June 10, 2013, another Merpati MA-60 carrying 52 passengers crashed at El Tari Airport in Kupang, east Indonesia, injuring two.
3) There were major gaps from mid-1811 in the records that I examined earlier, covering a period of almost two years during which Burn moved to Java and later became the EIC's Resident (governor) at Kupang in Timor.
Marianus Sae, chief of Ngada district in East Nusatenggara province, ordered dozens of city security officers to block the runway of Turarelo airport on Flores island with their cars, forcing the plane to fly back to Kupang, the capital.
The saltwater croc is believed to have jumped out of the water in Kupang and dragged Zam Ledoh, 51, away.
Kupang, Dhu-AlQa'dah 29, 1433, Oct 15, 2012, SPA -- Mount Rokatenda in East Nusa Tenggara province again spewed volcanic ash up to tens of meters into the sky on Monday, a spokesman said.