Banting sentence example

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  • BANTIN, or BANTING, the native name of the wild ox of Java, known to the Malays as sapi-utan, and in zoology as Bos (Bibos) sondaicus.
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  • Among the great wild cattle are the formidable gaur, or seladang, the banting, and the water-buffalo.
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  • All of which said lands messuages hereditaments and premises were then in the occupation of William Banting.
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  • messuages hereditaments and premises were then in the occupation of William Banting.
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  • the word bntng, think first of bintang, a star; but the word might also mean a large scar, to throw down, to spread, rigid, mutilated, enceinte, a kind of cucumber, a redoubt, according as it is pronounced, bantang, banting, bentang, buntang, buntung, bunting, bonteng, benteng.
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  • frontalis), confined to the hills of the north-east frontier, where it is domesticated for sacrificial purposes by the aboriginal tribes, and the tsine or banting (B.
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  • It is, in fact, very much the same system as that proposed a number of years ago by Banting (see Corpulence).
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  • As far back as 1862, the Harvey-Banting diet was published by William Banting after he not only lost considerable weight, but also his laundry list of maladies which were caused by obesity.
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