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World Gazetteer Results for Pahang:
NamePahang
Geographical TypeNegeri
Population1416769
CountryMalaysia
Dictionary Results for Malaysia:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
Malaysia
    n 1: a constitutional monarchy in southeastern Asia on Borneo
         and the Malay Peninsula; achieved independence from the
         United Kingdom in 1957 [syn: Malaysia, Malaya]

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Malaysia \Malaysia\ prop. n.
   A country in Southeast Asia including the former nation of
   Malaya on the Malay Peninsula, and part of Borneo; sometimes
   still referred to as Malaya.
   [WordNet 1.5 +PJC]

3. CIA World Factbook 2002
Malaysia

   Introduction Malaysia
   ---------------------
                            Background: Malaysia was formed in 1963 through
                                        a merging of the former British
                                        colonies of Malaya and Singapore,
                                        including the East Malaysian states
                                        of Sabah and Sarawak on the northern
                                        coast of Borneo. The first several
                                        years of the country's history were
                                        marred by Indonesian efforts to
                                        control Malaysia, Philippine claims
                                        to Sabah, and Singapore's secession
                                        in 1965.
  
   Geography Malaysia
   ------------------
                              Location: Southeastern Asia, peninsula and
                                        northern one-third of the island of
                                        Borneo, bordering Indonesia and the
                                        South China Sea, south of Vietnam
                Geographic coordinates: 2 30 N, 112 30 E
                        Map references: Southeast Asia
                                  Area: total: 329,750 sq km
                                        water: 1,200 sq km
                                        land: 328,550 sq km
                    Area - comparative: slightly larger than New Mexico
                       Land boundaries: total: 2,669 km
                                        border countries: Brunei 381 km,
                                        Indonesia 1,782 km, Thailand 506 km
                             Coastline: 4,675 km (Peninsular Malaysia 2,068
                                        km, East Malaysia 2,607 km)
                       Maritime claims: continental shelf: 200-m depth or to
                                        the depth of exploitation; specified
                                        boundary in the South China Sea
                                        exclusive economic zone: 200 NM
                                        territorial sea: 12 NM
                               Climate: tropical; annual southwest (April to
                                        October) and northeast (October to
                                        February) monsoons
                               Terrain: coastal plains rising to hills and
                                        mountains
                    Elevation extremes: lowest point: Indian Ocean 0 m
                                        highest point: Gunung Kinabalu 4,100
                                        m
                     Natural resources: tin, petroleum, timber, copper, iron
                                        ore, natural gas, bauxite
                              Land use: arable land: 5%
                                        permanent crops: 17.61%
                                        other: 76.85% (1998 est.)
                        Irrigated land: 3,650 sq km (1998 est.)
                       Natural hazards: flooding, landslides, forest fires
          Environment - current issues: air pollution from industrial and
                                        vehicular emissions; water pollution
                                        from raw sewage; deforestation;
                                        smoke/haze from Indonesian forest
                                        fires
            Environment - international party to: Biodiversity, Climate
                            agreements: Change, Desertification, Endangered
                                        Species, Hazardous Wastes, Law of
                                        the Sea, Marine Life Conservation,
                                        Nuclear Test Ban, Ozone Layer
                                        Protection, Ship Pollution, Tropical
                                        Timber 83, Tropical Timber 94,
                                        Wetlands
                                        signed, but not ratified: Climate
                                        Change-Kyoto Protocol
                      Geography - note: strategic location along Strait of
                                        Malacca and southern South China Sea
  
   People Malaysia
   ---------------
                            Population: 22,662,365 (July 2002 est.)
                         Age structure: 0-14 years: 34.1% (male 3,974,532;
                                        female 3,753,407)
                                        15-64 years: 61.6% (male 6,995,451;
                                        female 6,969,435)
                                        65 years and over: 4.3% (male
                                        424,776; female 544,764) (2002 est.)
                Population growth rate: 1.91% (2002 est.)
                            Birth rate: 24.22 births/1,000 population (2002
                                        est.)
                            Death rate: 5.16 deaths/1,000 population (2002
                                        est.)
                    Net migration rate: 0 migrant(s)/1,000 population
                                        note: does not reflect net flow of
                                        an unknown number of illegal
                                        immigrants from other countries in
                                        the region (2002 est.)
                             Sex ratio: at birth: 1.07 male(s)/female
                                        under 15 years: 1.06 male(s)/female
                                        15-64 years: 1 male(s)/female
                                        65 years and over: 0.78 male(s)/
                                        female
                                        total population: 1.01 male(s)/
                                        female (2002 est.)
                 Infant mortality rate: 19.66 deaths/1,000 live births (2002
                                        est.)
              Life expectancy at birth: total population: 71.39 years
                                        female: 74.21 years (2002 est.)
                                        male: 68.75 years
                  Total fertility rate: 3.18 children born/woman (2002 est.)
      HIV/AIDS - adult prevalence rate: 0.42% (1999 est.)
     HIV/AIDS - people living with HIV/ 49,000 (1999 est.)
                                  AIDS:
                     HIV/AIDS - deaths: 1,900 (1999 est.)
                           Nationality: noun: Malaysian(s)
                                        adjective: Malaysian
                         Ethnic groups: Malay and other indigenous 58%,
                                        Chinese 24%, Indian 8%, others 10%
                                        (2000)
                             Religions: Muslim, Buddhist, Daoist, Hindu,
                                        Christian, Sikh; note - in addition,
                                        Shamanism is practiced in East
                                        Malaysia
                             Languages: Bahasa Melayu (official), English,
                                        Chinese dialects (Cantonese,
                                        Mandarin, Hokkien, Hakka, Hainan,
                                        Foochow), Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam,
                                        Panjabi, Thai; note - in addition,
                                        in East Malaysia several indigenous
                                        languages are spoken, the largest of
                                        which are Iban and Kadazan
                              Literacy: definition: age 15 and over can read
                                        and write
                                        total population: 83.5%
                                        male: 89.1%
                                        female: 78.1% (1995 est.)
  
   Government Malaysia
   -------------------
                          Country name: conventional long form: none
                                        conventional short form: Malaysia
                                        former: Federation of Malaysia
                       Government type: constitutional monarchy
                                        note: Malaya (what is now Peninsular
                                        Malaysia) formed 31 August 1957;
                                        Federation of Malaysia (Malaya,
                                        Sabah, Sarawak, and Singapore)
                                        formed 9 July 1963 (Singapore left
                                        the federation on 9 August 1965);
                                        nominally headed by the paramount
                                        ruler and a bicameral Parliament
                                        consisting of a nonelected upper
                                        house and an elected lower house;
                                        Peninsular Malaysian states -
                                        hereditary rulers in all but Melaka,
                                        Penang, Sabah, and Sarawak, where
                                        governors are appointed by the
                                        Malaysian Government; powers of
                                        state governments are limited by the
                                        federal constitution; under terms of
                                        the federation, Sabah and Sarawak
                                        retain certain constitutional
                                        prerogatives (e.g., the right to
                                        maintain their own immigration
                                        controls); Sabah - holds 20 seats in
                                        House of Representatives, with
                                        foreign affairs, defense, internal
                                        security, and other powers delegated
                                        to federal government; Sarawak -
                                        holds 28 seats in House of
                                        Representatives, with foreign
                                        affairs, defense, internal security,
                                        and other powers delegated to
                                        federal government
                               Capital: Kuala Lumpur
              Administrative divisions: 13 states (negeri-negeri, singular -
                                        negeri) and 2 federal territories*
                                        (wilayah-wilayah persekutuan,
                                        singular - wilayah persekutuan);
                                        Johor, Kedah, Kelantan, Labuan*,
                                        Melaka, Negeri Sembilan, Pahang,
                                        Perak, Perlis, Pulau Pinang, Sabah,
                                        Sarawak, Selangor, Terengganu,
                                        Wilayah Persekutuan*
                                        note: the city of Kuala Lumpur is
                                        located within the federal territory
                                        of Wilayah Persekutuan; the terms
                                        therefore are not interchangeable;
                                        there is a new federal territory
                                        named Putrajaya, but this change has
                                        not yet been approved by the US
                                        Board on Geographic Names (BGN)
                          Independence: 31 August 1957 (from UK)
                      National holiday: Independence Day/Malaysia Day, 31
                                        August (1957)
                          Constitution: 31 August 1957, amended 16 September
                                        1963
                          Legal system: based on English common law;
                                        judicial review of legislative acts
                                        in the Supreme Court at request of
                                        supreme head of the federation; has
                                        not accepted compulsory ICJ
                                        jurisdiction
                              Suffrage: 21 years of age; universal
                      Executive branch: chief of state: Paramount Ruler
                                        Tuanku SYED SIRAJUDDIN ibni Almarhum
                                        Tuanku Syed Putra Jamalullail, the
                                        Raja of Perlis (since 12 December
                                        2001); replaced Paramount Ruler
                                        Sultan TUNKU SALAHUDDIN Abdul Aziz
                                        Shah Ibni Al-Marhum Sultan
                                        Hissammuddin Alam Shah who died in
                                        office 21 November 2001
                                        head of government: Prime Minister
                                        MAHATHIR bin Mohamad (since 16 July
                                        1981); Deputy Prime Minister
                                        ABDULLAH bin Ahmad Badawi (since 8
                                        January 1999)
                                        cabinet: Cabinet appointed by the
                                        prime minister from among the
                                        members of Parliament with consent
                                        of the paramount ruler
                                        election results: Tuanku SYED
                                        SIRAJUDDIN ibni Almarhum Tuanku Syed
                                        Putra Jamalullail elected paramount
                                        ruler following the death of TUNKU
                                        SALAHUDDIN Abdul Aziz Shah Ibni Al-
                                        Marhum Sultan Hisammuddin Alam Shah
                                        elections: paramount ruler elected
                                        by and from the hereditary rulers of
                                        nine of the states for five-year
                                        terms; election last held 12
                                        December 2001 (next to be held NA
                                        2006); prime minister designated
                                        from among the members of the House
                                        of Representatives; following
                                        legislative elections, the leader of
                                        the party that wins a plurality of
                                        seats in the House of
                                        Representatives becomes prime
                                        minister
                    Legislative branch: bicameral Parliament or Parlimen
                                        consists of the Senate or Dewan
                                        Negara (69 seats; 43 appointed by
                                        the paramount ruler, 26 appointed by
                                        the state legislatures) and the
                                        House of Representatives or Dewan
                                        Rakyat (193 seats; members elected
                                        by popular vote weighted toward the
                                        rural Malay population to serve
                                        five-year terms)
                                        election results: House of
                                        Representatives - percent of vote by
                                        party - NF 56%, other 44%; seats by
                                        party - NF 148, PAS 27, DAP 10, NJP
                                        5, PBS 3
                                        elections: House of Representatives
                                        - last held 29 November 1999 (next
                                        must be held by 20 December 2004)
                       Judicial branch: Federal Court (judges appointed by
                                        the paramount ruler on the advice of
                                        the prime minister)
         Political parties and leaders: Alternative Coalition or Barisan
                                        Alternatif-BA (includes the
                                        following parties: Party Islam Se-
                                        Malaysia or PAS [FADZIL Mohamad
                                        Noor], National Justice Party or NJP
                                        [WAN AZIZAH Wan Ismail], and
                                        Malaysian People's Party or PRM
                                        [SYED HUSIN]); National Front or NF
                                        (ruling coalition dominated by the
                                        United Malays National Organization
                                        or UMNO [MAHATHIR bin Mohamad],
                                        includes the following parties:
                                        Malaysian Indian Congress or MIC [S.
                                        Samy VELLU], Malaysian Chinese
                                        Association or MCA [LING Liong Sik],
                                        Gerakan Rakyat Malaysia or Gerakan
                                        [LIM Keng Yaik], Parti Pesaka
                                        Bumiputra Bersatu or PBB [Patinggi
                                        Haji Abdul TAIB Mahmud], Parti
                                        Angkatan Keadilan Rakyat Bersatu or
                                        Akar [PANDIKAR Amin Mulia], Parti
                                        Bangsa Dayak Sarawak or PBDS [Leo
                                        MOGGIE], Parti Bersatu Sabah or PBS
                                        [Joseph PAIRIN Kitingan], Sabah
                                        United People's Party or SUPP
                                        [Jeffrey KITINGAN], Liberal
                                        Democratic Party or LDP [CHONG Kah
                                        Kiat], Sabah Progressive Party or
                                        SAPP [YONG Teck Lee], People's
                                        Progressive Party or PPP [M.
                                        KAYVEAS], Parti Bersatu Rakyat Sabah
                                        or PBRS [Joseph KURUP], Sarawak
                                        National Party or SNAP [Amar James
                                        WONG], Parti Demokratik Sabah or PDS
                                        [leader NA], and United Pasok
                                        Momogun Kadazan Organization or UPKO
                                        (state level only) [Bernard
                                        DOMPOK]); Parti Bersekutu [HARRIS
                                        Salleh]; State Reform Party of
                                        Sarawak or STAR [PATAU Rubis];
                                        Democratic Action Party or DAP [LIM
                                        Kit Siang]
          Political pressure groups and NA
                               leaders:
             International organization APEC, ARF, AsDB, ASEAN, BIS, C, CCC,
                         participation: CP, ESCAP, FAO, G-15, G-77, IAEA,
                                        IBRD, ICAO, ICFTU, ICRM, IDA, IDB,
                                        IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, IHO, ILO, IMF,
                                        IMO, Interpol, IOC, ISO, ITU,
                                        MINURSO, MONUC, NAM, OIC, OPCW, UN,
                                        UNAMSIL, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNIDO,
                                        UNIKOM, UNMEE, UNMIBH, UNMIK,
                                        UNTAET, UPU, WCL, WFTU, WHO, WIPO,
                                        WMO, WToO, WTrO
   Diplomatic representation in the US: chief of mission: Ambassador
                                        GHAZZALI bin Sheikh Abdul Khalid
                                        chancery: 2401 Massachusetts Avenue
                                        NW, Washington, DC 20008
                                        consulate(s) general: Los Angeles
                                        and New York
                                        FAX: [1] (202) 483-7661
                                        telephone: [1] (202) 328-2700
     Diplomatic representation from the chief of mission: Ambassador Marie
                                    US: T. HUHTALA
                                        embassy: 376 Jalan Tun Razak, 50400
                                        Kuala Lumpur
                                        mailing address: P. O. Box No.
                                        10035, 50700 Kuala Lumpur; American
                                        Embassy Kuala Lumpur, APO AP 96535-
                                        8152
                                        telephone: [60] (3) 2168-5000
                                        FAX: [60] (3) 2142-2207
                      Flag description: 14 equal horizontal stripes of red
                                        (top) alternating with white
                                        (bottom); there is a blue rectangle
                                        in the upper hoist-side corner
                                        bearing a yellow crescent and a
                                        yellow fourteen-pointed star; the
                                        crescent and the star are
                                        traditional symbols of Islam; the
                                        design was based on the flag of the
                                        US
  
   Economy Malaysia
   ----------------
                    Economy - overview: Malaysia, a middle income country,
                                        transformed itself from 1971 through
                                        the late 1990s from a producer of
                                        raw materials into an emerging
                                        multi-sector economy. Growth is
                                        almost exclusively driven by exports
                                        - particularly of electronics - and,
                                        as a result Malaysia was hard hit by
                                        the global economic downturn and the
                                        slump in the Information Technology
                                        (IT) sector in 2001. GDP in 2001
                                        grew only 0.3% due to an estimated
                                        11% contraction in exports, but a
                                        substantial fiscal stimulus package
                                        has mitigated the worst of the
                                        recession and the economy is
                                        expected to grow by 2% to 3% in 2002
                                        as the world economy rebounds. Kuala
                                        Lumpur's healthy foreign exchange
                                        reserves and relatively small
                                        external debt make it unlikely that
                                        Malaysia will experience a crisis
                                        similar to the crisis of 1997, but
                                        the economy remains vulnerable to a
                                        more protracted downturn in the US
                                        and Japan, top export destinations
                                        and key sources of foreign
                                        investment.
                                   GDP: purchasing power parity - $200
                                        billion (2001 est.)
                GDP - real growth rate: 0.3% (2001 est.)
                      GDP - per capita: purchasing power parity - $9,000
                                        (2001 est.)
           GDP - composition by sector: agriculture: 12%
                                        industry: 40%
                                        services: 48% (2001)
         Population below poverty line: 8% (1998 est.)
     Household income or consumption by lowest 10%: 1.7%
                      percentage share: highest 10%: 38.4% (1997 est.)
   Distribution of family income - Gini 49.2 (1997)
                                 index:
      Inflation rate (consumer prices): 1.5% (2001 est.)
                           Labor force: 9.9 million (2001 est.)
           Labor force - by occupation: local trade and tourism 28%,
                                        manufacturing 27%, agriculture,
                                        forestry, and fisheries 16%,
                                        services 10%, government 10%,
                                        construction 9% (2000 est.)
                     Unemployment rate: 3.7% (2001 est.)
                                Budget: revenues: $20.3 billion
                                        expenditures: $27.2 billion,
                                        including capital expenditures of
                                        $9.4 billion (2001 est.)
                            Industries: Peninsular Malaysia - rubber and oil
                                        palm processing and manufacturing,
                                        light manufacturing industry,
                                        electronics, tin mining and
                                        smelting, logging and processing
                                        timber; Sabah - logging, petroleum
                                        production; Sarawak - agriculture
                                        processing, petroleum production and
                                        refining, logging
     Industrial production growth rate: -4% (2001 est.)
              Electricity - production: 63.069 billion kWh (2000)
    Electricity - production by source: fossil fuel: 87.96%
                                        hydro: 12.04%
                                        other: 0% (2000)
                                        nuclear: 0%
             Electricity - consumption: 58.59 billion kWh (2000)
                 Electricity - exports: 75 million kWh (2000)
                 Electricity - imports: 11 million kWh (2000)
                Agriculture - products: Peninsular Malaysia - rubber, palm
                                        oil, cocoa, rice; Sabah -
                                        subsistence crops, rubber, timber,
                                        coconuts, rice; Sarawak - rubber,
                                        pepper; timber
                               Exports: $94.4 billion (f.o.b., 2001 est.)
                 Exports - commodities: electronic equipment, petroleum and
                                        liquefied natural gas, wood and wood
                                        products, palm oil, rubber,
                                        textiles, chemicals
                    Exports - partners: US 20%, Singapore 17%, Japan 14%,
                                        Hong Kong 4.5%, Netherlands 4.5%,
                                        China 4%, Thailand 4% (2001 est.)
                               Imports: $76.9 billion (f.o.b., 2001 est.)
                 Imports - commodities: electronics, machinery, petroleum
                                        products, plastics, vehicles, iron
                                        and steel and iron and steel
                                        products, chemicals
                    Imports - partners: Japan 20%, US 17%, Singapore 13%,
                                        Taiwan 5%, China 4%, Germany 4%,
                                        Thailand 4% (2001 est.)
                       Debt - external: $44.7 billion (2001 est.)
                              Currency: ringgit (MYR)
                         Currency code: MYR
                        Exchange rates: ringgits per US dollar - 3.8000
                                        (January 2002), 3.8000 (2001),
                                        3.8000 (2000), 3.8000 (1999), 3.9244
                                        (1998), 2.8133 (1997)
                           Fiscal year: calendar year
  
   Communications Malaysia
   -----------------------
         Telephones - main lines in use: 4.6 million (2000)
           Telephones - mobile cellular: 5 million (2000)
                       Telephone system: general assessment: modern system;
                                         international service excellent
                                         domestic: good intercity service
                                         provided on Peninsular Malaysia
                                         mainly by microwave radio relay;
                                         adequate intercity microwave radio
                                         relay network between Sabah and
                                         Sarawak via Brunei; domestic
                                         satellite system with 2 earth
                                         stations
                                         international: submarine cables to
                                         India, Hong Kong, and Singapore;
                                         satellite earth stations - 2
                                         Intelsat (1 Indian Ocean and 1
                                         Pacific Ocean) (2001)
               Radio broadcast stations: AM 35, FM 391, shortwave 15 (2001)
                                 Radios: 10.9 million (1999)
          Television broadcast stations: 1 (plus 15 high-power repeaters)
                                         (2001)
                            Televisions: 10.8 million (1999)
                  Internet country code: .my
      Internet Service Providers (ISPs): 7 (2000)
                         Internet users: 4.1 million (2001)
  
   Transportation Malaysia
   -----------------------
                              Railways: total: 1,801 km
                                        narrow gauge: 1,801 km 1.000-m gauge
                                        (148 km electrified) (2001)
                              Highways: total: 64,672 km
                                        paved: 48,707 km (including 1,192 km
                                        of expressways)
                                        note: in addition to these national
                                        and main regional roads, Malaysia
                                        has thousands of kilometers of local
                                        roads that are maintained by local
                                        jurisdictions (1999)
                                        unpaved: 15,965 km
                             Waterways: 7,296 km
                                        note: Peninsular Malaysia 3,209 km,
                                        Sabah 1,569 km, Sarawak 2,518 km
                             Pipelines: crude oil 1,307 km; natural gas 379
                                        km
                     Ports and harbors: Bintulu, Kota Kinabalu, Kuantan,
                                        Kuching, Kudat, Labuan, Lahad Datu,
                                        Lumut, Miri, Pasir Gudang, Penang,
                                        Port Dickson, Port Kelang, Sandakan,
                                        Sibu, Tanjung Berhala, Tanjung
                                        Kidurong, Tawau
                       Merchant marine: total: 363 ships (1,000 GRT or over)
                                        totaling 4,952,119 GRT/7,229,299 DWT
  
                                        note: includes some foreign-owned
                                        ships registered here as a flag of
                                        convenience: Australia 1, China 1,
                                        Germany 2, Hong Kong 15, Indonesia
                                        3, Japan 4, Monaco 1, Philippines 2,
                                        Singapore 78, South Korea 2, Vietnam
                                        1 (2002 est.)
                                        ships by type: bulk 57, cargo 114,
                                        chemical tanker 35, container 62,
                                        liquefied gas 20, livestock carrier
                                        1, passenger 2, petroleum tanker 60,
                                        roll on/roll off 5, specialized
                                        tanker 1, vehicle carrier 6
                              Airports: 116 (2001)
         Airports - with paved runways: total: 34
                                        over 3,047 m: 5
                                        2,438 to 3,047 m: 5
                                        914 to 1,523 m: 6
                                        under 914 m: 7 (2001)
                                        1,524 to 2,437 m: 11
       Airports - with unpaved runways: total: 82
                                        1,524 to 2,437 m: 1
                                        914 to 1,523 m: 8
                                        under 914 m: 73 (2001)
                             Heliports: 1 (2001)
  
   Military Malaysia
   -----------------
                     Military branches: Malaysian Army, Royal Malaysian
                                        Navy, Royal Malaysian Air Force,
                                        Royal Malaysian Police Field Force,
                                        Marine Police, Sarawak Border Scouts
      Military manpower - military age: 21 years of age (2002 est.)
      Military manpower - availability: males age 15-49: 5,933,296 (2002
                                        est.)
   Military manpower - fit for military males age 15-49: 3,592,997 (2002
                               service: est.)
           Military manpower - reaching males: 196,042 (2002 est.)
                 military age annually:
         Military expenditures - dollar $1.69 billion (FY00 est.)
                                figure:
     Military expenditures - percent of 2.03% (FY00)
                                   GDP:
  
   Transnational Issues Malaysia
   -----------------------------
              Disputes - international: Malaysia involved in a complex
                                        dispute over the Spratly Islands
                                        with China, Philippines, Taiwan,
                                        Vietnam, and possibly Brunei;
                                        Malaysia and Singapore are
                                        considering taking the dispute over
                                        Pulau Batu Putih (Pedra Branca
                                        Island) to ICJ; Malaysia concerned
                                        over Singapore's land reclamation
                                        works on Johor, which affect the
                                        maritime boundary, shipping lanes,
                                        and water ecology in the Tebrau
                                        Reach; since 1998, ICJ has been
                                        considering Malaysia's longstanding
                                        Sipadan and Ligitan islands dispute
                                        with Indonesia; ICJ rejected the
                                        Philippines' application to
                                        intervene in this case in October
                                        2001; Sultanate of Sulu granted the
                                        Philippine Government power of
                                        attorney to pursue his sovereignty
                                        claim over Malaysia's state of
                                        Sabah, over which the Philippines
                                        have not fully revoked their claim;
                                        a one km stretch of Malaysia-
                                        Thailand territory at the mouth of
                                        the Kolok river remains in dispute,
                                        despite overall success in boundary
                                        redemarcation
                         Illicit drugs: transit point for some illicit
                                        drugs; drug trafficking prosecuted
                                        vigorously and carries severe
                                        penalties
  
                                       



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