Definition of bata in the Malay dictionary
brick I 1. = stone ~ square oval rectangular made of clay and baked, used for construction purposes: home made from ~; burn ~; 2. something brick-shaped: ~ gold; ~ salt; ~ tin. brick II; childish, stingy, hesitant, hesitant, worried: he was a bit stunned to welcome his unexpected guests. bata I 1. = batu ~ bongkah segi empat bujur yg dibuat drpd tanah liat dan dibakar, digunakan utk tujuan pembinaan: rumah yg dibuat drpd ~; membakar ~; 2. sesuatu yg mempunyai bentuk bata: ~ emas; ~ garam; ~ timah.
bata II; bata-bata, terbata-bata, kebata-bataan ragu-ragu, bimbang: ia agak terbata-bata menyambut tamu yg tidak disangka-sangka datangnya itu.
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10 MALAY BOOKS RELATING TO «BATA»
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Anglo-Saxon Conversations: The Colloquies of Aelfric Bata
It is the work of the monk AElfric, the only identifiable graduate of the school of AElfric Grammaticus the homilist. Here they are presented with an English translation, glosses and notes.
Aelfric Bata, Scott Gwara, David W. Porter, 1997
Knowledge in Action: The Bata System of Management
Machines - they are a lot of iron and steel. Only people can give life to it all.' This book represents a major contribution from Czechoslovakia to the general theory and practice of management.
All About Shoes: Footwear Through the Ages
Colourful illustrations of all kinds of footwear from many different countries, from many different time periods and of different ethnic origins.
Feet & footwear in Indian culture
Innumerable References To The Foot And To Foot Worship In Indian Culture Convey The Impression That The Foot Is Regarded As An Important If Not The Most Important Part Of The Human Body.
Jutta Jain-Neubauer, Bata Shoe Museum Foundation, 2000
Pride of the Indian wardrobe: northern Athapaskan footwear
Study based on the collection of the Canadian Ethnology Service, Canadian Museum of Civilization, and the collection of the Bata Shoe Museum.
Judy Thompson, Bata Shoe Museum Foundation, 1990
Bata Drumming of the Oru Seco: Its Tradition, and ...
Through this paper, I hope to provide a fresh approach to drum set performance, which is relevant because Afro-Cuban influence has already become present in many modern music styles.
Heights of fashion: a history of the elevated shoe
This book does reproduce some wondrous shoes by top designers.
Elizabeth Semmelhack, Bata Shoe Museum Foundation, 2008
Ancient Text Messages of the Yorùbá Bàtá Drum: Cracking ...
In this way, the book will appeal not only to ethnomusicologists and anthropologists, but also to linguists and those interested in African Studies.
Amanda Villepastour, 2010
Breedig Performance of Three Threatened Bata Fish
A study was conducted to observe the breeding performance with maturing stages and nursery practices of the threatened indigenous fish species Labeo gonius, Labeo bata and Cirrhinus reba at Arabpur Fish Farm (Longitude: 89 12 15 East; ...
Quazi Zahangir Hossain, 2012
Old Testament Parallels: Laws and Stories from the Ancient ...
Before 1860, French archaeologists had recovered a copy of the Stories of Anubis and Bata, as they were being told during the Nineteenth Dynasty (1307-1196 BCE). The stories were written on papyrus, not in hieroglyphic characters but in a ...
Victor Harold Matthews, Don C. Benjamin, 2006