WHAT DOES PIN MEAN IN MALAY?
Definition of pin in the Malay dictionary
pin I sj needle used to attach and attach something else, peg, pin, pin; ~ pin pin used to insert string to crimson; weld pin on pd. pin II objects of wood or synthetic materials that are shaped like bottles, arranged in batches to be used as a target ball. pin I sj jarum yg digunakan utk mencucukkan dan melekatkan sesuatu pd benda lain, pasak, peniti, semat; ~ susup pin yg digunakan utk memasukkan tali ke dlm kelim; mengepin mengenakan pin pd.
pin II objek drpd kayu atau bahan sintetik yg berbentuk spt botol, yg disusun secara berkelompok utk dijadikan sbg sasaran pukulan bola.
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Pin-Up Grrrls: Feminism, Sexuality, Popular Culture
From the writing to the reproductions, "Pin-up Grrrls" is eye-opening."--Joanna Frueh, performance artist and author of "Swooning Beauty: A Memoir of Pleasure"
Sovereign Lives: Power in Global Politics
For international relations scholars, discussions of globalization inevitably turn to questions of sovereignty. This text explores these crucial questions about how globalization is impacting on the sovereignty of nations.
Jenny Edkins, Véronique Pin-Fat, Michael J. Shapiro, 2004
Infinite Words: Automata, Semigroups, Logic and Games
Infinite Words is the first manual devoted to this topic. Infinite Words explores all aspects of the theory, including Automata, Semigroups, Topology, Games, Logic, Bi-infinite Words, Infinite Trees and Finite Words.
Dominique Perrin, Jean-Éric Pin, 2004
Diasporic Representations: Reading Chinese American ...
Diasporic Representations examines the stratification of various diasporic subjectivities through a close reading of fiction by Chinese American women writers of different social and class backgrounds.
Now, in QUEEN PIN, written with New York Times bestselling author David Ritz, she reveals in gripping detail her journey of redemption that readers won't soon forget.
Jemeker Thompson-Hairston, David Ritz, 2010
David Perry, Foreword by Robt.
First published in 1987, the Cornell edition of Stay Alive, My Son includes an updated preface and epilogue by Pin Yathay and a new foreword by David Chandler, a world-renowned historian of Cambodia, who attests to the continuing value and ...
Rumply Crumply Stinky Pin
In this version of the classic fairytale "Rumpelstiltskin," the miller's daughter must guess her helper's name to keep her pet guinea pig.
After his father moves the family so that he can be caretaker at Yellowstone's Geyser Inn, Samuel is lonely until he encounters two ravens with a magic pin and he is transported to a time inhabited by characters from Norse mythology.
[hardcover edition] This book is about the life of a New England railroad man in the twentieth century, and his engagement in the turmoil of 1960s America, in particular union struggles and his participation in anti-war activism in the ...