Bruneian


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a native or inhabitant of Brunei

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TEPCO and the other two firms have been jointly procuring LNG from the Bruneian firm since 1972.
Cardiff Met - formerly the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (Uwic) - has a plethora of Bruneian students within its ranks who have excelled in areas of sport, design technology, health sciences and business management.
Cardiff Met - formerly the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (Uwic) - has a large number of Bruneian students within its ranks who have excelled in areas of sport, design technology, health sciences and business management.
A Preliminary Investigation of Electronic Data Interchange Adoption in Bruneian Small Business Organisations, The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries 24(4): 1-21.
With this announcement, BIBD's shareholders comprise the Brunei Government (40 per cent), the Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Foundation (the Sultan of Brunei's charitable foundation - 25 per cent), Fajr Capital, and some 6000 individual Bruneian investors.
The discovery, named Geronggong, is situated in the 3rd Offshore Acreage Area, approximately 100km offshore where water depth is approximately 1000m, the deepest water depth in which BSP has discovered hydrocarbons in Bruneian acreage.
An amendment to the National Registration and Immigration Act of 2002 allowed female Bruneian citizens to transfer their nationality to their children.
Asked if these revenue jumps would be possible for Bruneian businesses to achieve, he said: "I definitely think there are opportunities, not just a jump in revenue but also environmental and social, too.
The tour takes you into a typical Bruneian home on stilts, which is deceptively small from the outside but spacious and neat inside, and easily fits in a large family inside.
Brunei's deputy defence minister Mohammad Yasmin was among about 150 guests who included Australian residents of Brunei and other Bruneian officials, the spokeswoman said.
But there's a catch for would-be bidders - all fittings, including bunks, doors, bulkhead and mess deck, were designed for Bruneian sailors with an average height of 5ft 6in.
2000) 'An empirical investigation of the use of information technology among small and medium business organizations: a Bruneian scenario', The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, vol.
Work goals of Bruneian managers: A comparison across gender, age groups, educational levels and managerial levels.
According to Government statistics of Bruneian citizens, there were 162,542 Muslims; 8543 Buddhists; 3703 Christians; 124 Hindus; 20 Atheists; 19 Taoists; and 18 Sikhs; as well as 69 individuals of other faiths and 10,392 who did not state their faith.
This manuscript describes a comprehensive research project in which the teaching styles of 22 Bruneian primary- and 185 secondary-school teachers were compared with the learning styles of their respective primary (n = 282) and secondary (n=755) students.
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