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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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The integrated operation to put out the forest fire that had raged a total area of 16 hectares along Jalan Tanjung Kupang near Gelang Patah, has ended as of today.
Tdm Kupang - Nusa Tenggara Timur - Kupang (Kota) - Nusa Tenggara Timur
Most seedlings produced in the mine's nursery include endemic species such as Narra, Tuai, Mayapis, Tanguile, yakal, Guijo, Kalantas, Kupang, Agoo, Balete, and Alnus.
Jakarta [Indonesia], Jun 17 (ANI): An earthquake measuring 6.2 on the Richter scale struck eastern Indonesia, the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC) said on Monday.The epicenter of the quake was located 133 kilometers northwest of the city of Kupang on Timor Island, reports Bangkok Post.
When the Dutch established themselves at Kupang at the western end of Timor in 1653, the Portuguese were based at Larantuka on nearby Flores.
We expect to issue a strict rule setting the park's minimum entrance fee for tourists to $500," Viktor said as quoted by kompas.com in Kupang, NTT, on Wednesday.
Water Mission has also shipped two of its Living Water Treatment Systems a patented filtration system and has 10 systems ready for deployment from its offices in Pekanbaru and Kupang, Indonesia.
The earthquake hit at a depth of 10 km about 100 km southeast of Kupang, capital of the province of East Nusa Tenggara.
TransNusa operates flights out of Kupang to destinations on the two Nusa Tenggara provinces, as well flights from Jakarta to Lahat and Ketapang.
Chairman of the House of Representatives Commission V Fary Djemi Francis has inspected the construction of the Petuk I Bridge in Kolhua Village, Maulafa District, Kupang City, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT).
of land with 83,350 trees only-involved the planting of the forest trees Benguet pine, kupang, narra, gmelina, teak, ipil-ipil, and antsoan dilau; the medicinal trees eucalyptus and dapdap; the fruit-bearing trees avocado, bugnay (local wild berry), jackfruit, and guava; the tropical flowering plants bougainvillea, calliandra, and coffee; and vetiver, a bunchgrass used to prevent soil erosion.
ABSTRACT: A study was carried out on the deforestation awareness among the community living nearest to Sungai Pulai mangrove forest under mukim (sub-district) Tanjung Kupang in Johor Bahru, Peninsular Malaysia.