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MY

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for MALAYSIA.

MY

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for Malaysia. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Malaysian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Malaysia. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Malaysia. Each state (along with each federal territory) has its own code with the prefix "MY." For example, the code for the State of Johor is ISO 3166-2:MY-01.
References in classic literature ?
reminds my Lord that the Courier has gone to the post.
My Lord gives him orders to go out again and buy some lemons.
My Lord turns to his wife, and asks if she can support the calamity of her brother's absence--laying a grossly insulting emphasis on the word "brother.
My Lord orders his Courier to follow him, and make the lemonade in the bedroom.
My Lord takes the Courier by the arm, leads him aside, and whispers these words to him: "Watch her, and see that she puts nothing into the lemonade; then bring it to me with your own hands; and, then, go to bed, if you like.
Without a word more to his wife, or to the Baron, my Lord leaves the room.
my poor fellow," she says, "if you could only change constitutions with my Lord, what a happy result would follow for the Baron and for me
Remove my Lord (by fair means or foul) from his room; and keep him secretly prisoner in the palace, to live or die as future necessity may determine.
Does my lord ask ME,' whined Gashford, drawing his chair nearer with an injured air, and laying his broad flat hand upon the table;
I shone with a reflected light, my lord,' replied the humble secretary, laying his hand upon his heart.
When we're indoors, they come a- roaring and screaming about the house like so many devils; and my lord instead of ordering them to be drove away, goes out into the balcony and demeans himself by making speeches to 'em, and calls
Praised be You, my Lord, with all your creatures, especially Sir Brother Sun, who is the day and through whom You give us light.