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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.
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After the first meeting, in which I only said what I had said before, we parted, and he appointed me to come the next day to him, telling me I might in the meantime satisfy myself of him by inquiry, which, however, I knew not how well to do, having no acquaintance myself.
Ay, sir, and the money too, it may be,' said I; 'for truly I find the hazard that way is as much as 'tis t'other way'; but I remember I said secretly to myself,
I owe such a grudge to myself for the stupid, rascally folly of my own heart, that all my past sufferings under it are only triumph and exultation to me now.
I say awakened, because time and London, business and dissipation, had in some measure quieted it, and I had been growing a fine hardened villain, fancying myself indifferent to her, and chusing to fancy that she too must have become indifferent to me; talking to myself of our past attachment as a mere idle, trifling business, shrugging up my shoulders in proof of its being so, and silencing every reproach, overcoming every scruple, by secretly saying now and then,
A nurse for the suffering Marian, equally devoted to the patient and to myself, was a necessity of my position.
I had myself previously recommended sending for advice to London.
However, as well as I could, I barricaded myself round with the chest and boards that I had brought on shore, and made a kind of hut for that night's lodging.
As for myself, it was no great harm, for I was near the shore; but as to my cargo, it was a great part of it lost, especially the iron, which I expected would have been of great use to me; however, when the tide was out, I got most of the pieces of the cable ashore, and some of the iron, though with infinite labour; for I was fain to dip for it into the water, a work which fatigued me very much.
My sail was likewise composed of the skins of the same animal; but I made use of the youngest I could get, the older being too tough and thick; and I likewise provided myself with four paddles.
I was forced to wait above an hour for the tide; and then observing the wind very fortunately bearing toward the island to which I intended to steer my course, I took a second leave of my master: but as I was going to prostrate myself to kiss his hoof, he did me the honour to raise it gently to my mouth.
so that I forgot myself and my mate's duties, and took no part in helping the new-comers aboard.
I myself live in the kitchen--or, rather, in a small room which forms part of the kitchen.