Malaysia Travel Reference Map:1:750, 000 (west) /1:1, 100, 000 (east) Malaysia must be considered as two separate entities lumped together. The Malay Peninsula. . . . 2nd edition
The ecology of the common treeshrew and other small mammals in Malaysia:The population ecology of non-volant small mammals with particular reference to the Common Treeshrew (Tupaia glis) in Gunung Jerai, Kedah Mark Rayan Darmaraj, Shahrul Anuar
On March 8, 2014, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 loaded 239 people onboard and took off for what should have been a six-hour flight. It never made it - and it´s still missing. It´s been a year since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 vanished, and there´s still no sign of the aircraft, its passengers, or its crew nor confirmation of what happened or where the aircraft resides. In this gripping investigation of the events that led to the plane´s disappearance and why they could happen again, CNN aviation analyst David Soucie exposes the flaws in the aviation industry, shares what needs to be done so a plane doesn´t go missing again, and uses a Bayesian analysis model to reveal what most likely happened onboard the plane that led to its downfall. Comprehensive in scope, personal and empathetic in voice, Soucie draws on his 30 years of experience as an accident investigator working with the Federal Aviation Administration. He allows you to put the wild speculation about the plane´s disappearance aside and assess the facts through the eyes of an experienced accident investigator. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Paul Christy. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/022849/bk_adbl_022849_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Administration of Islamic Judicial System in ASEAN countries:With particular reference to Malaysia Ramizah Wan Muhammad
Housing Market and Housing Finance System In An Emerging Economy:With Special Reference To Malaysia Rosli Said, Rohayu Ab Majid
Necessity (Darura) in Islamic Law:A study with special reference to the harm reduction programme in Malaysia Yasmin Hanani Mohd Safian
The up-to-date text covers the identification, voice, habitat, behaviour and range of all the 1270 species and distinctive subspecies of this magnificent bird-rich region. The authoritative text is accompanied by over 140 full-colour plates painted by a range of expert artists and covering major plumage variations. Birds of South-East Asia is a complete field and reference guide to the birds of Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia. It also covers a wide range of species found in the Indian subcontinent, China, Taiwan, Sumatra, Java, Bali, Borneo and the Philippines.
This book presents the proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Frontier Computing, held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on July 3-6, 2018, and provides comprehensive coverage of the latest advances and trends in information technology, science and engineering. It addresses a number of broad themes, including communication networks, business intelligence and knowledge management, web intelligence, and related fields that inspire the development of information technology. The contributions cover a wide range of topics: database and data mining, networking and communications, web and internet of things, embedded systems, soft computing, social network analysis, security and privacy, optical communication, and ubiquitous/pervasive computing. Many of the papers outline promising future research directions. The book is a valuable resource for students, researchers and professionals, and also offers a useful reference guide for newcomers to the field.
“Confessions of a Life at Sea, In Australia and amid the Islands of the Pacific”. Published by Grant Richards, London a first edition 1915. Thick octavo, 304 pages private library stamp at front and rear of Thomas Kinmore of Cork, Ireland. Nicely illustrated with 23 images from photographs. Pretty good condition. An unusual book starting with “I run away to sea” but finds himself stranded in Brisbane and then off to the bush before leaving for the South Sea Islands. The usual chapter on cannibalism with much time spent in Samoa and Fiji, then Tahiti (and the usual chapter on morals) and the Marquesan Queens and back to Samoa before returning to Australia. Lost in the bush and on to the Gold Fields and Coolgardie. References to the Bounty and of course R.L.S. And quite a bit of violin playing – see his biography below. Written in an interesting somewhat casual style but packed with observation if not sometimes a bit puffed up. The author George Arnold Haynes Safroni-Middleton (1873-1950), also known as Count Safroni, was a British Composer, violinist, harpist, writer and astronomer. Born in Kent he studied violin with Pablo de Sarasate and later played with the orchestra at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Sydney. He toured Australia and explored Borneo, Papua New Guinea and Malaysia (and also obviously the Pacific). He composed “Imperial Echoes” in 1913 which for many years was the theme of ´´Radio Newsreel´´ on the BBC. Quite an odd chap. In Australian and (mainly) in the Pacific - entertaining