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Fish head curry a dish created by Singapore's Malayalee (an Indian ethnic group from Kerala) community with some Chinese and Malay influences The head of a red snapper (ikan merah literally "red fish") stewed in curry consisting of varying amounts of coconut milk and tamarind juice along with vegetables (okra and eggplant are common) Usually served with either rice or bread, The name Claudius is a Roman name belonging to the gens Claudia; the peculiar multipart form of the whole name Claudius Ptolemaeus is a Roman custom characteristic of Roman citizens Several historians have made the deduction that this indicates that Ptolemy would have been a Roman citizen. Gerald Toomer the translator of Ptolemy's Almagest into English suggests that citizenship was probably granted to one of Ptolemy's ancestors by either the emperor Claudius or the emperor Nero. With the threat of war in the area the RAF started building up their forces in the Far East in the late 1930s and early 1940s Seletar airfield was the target of carpet bombing when Japanese navy bombers conducted the first air raid on Singapore sometime after their ground forces invaded Kota Bahru It was abandoned when the Japanese took Johore Bahru which brought their artillery in range of the airfield. Financial Performance 3.4 Investment management firms 3 Presidents of the United Malays National Organisation, The Westminster system has a very distinct appearance when functioning with many British customs incorporated into day-to-day government function A Westminster-style parliament is usually a long rectangular room with two rows of seats and desks on either side and in some countries with a perpendicular row of seats and desks at the furthermost point from the Speaker's Chair at the opposite end of the chamber In the Australian Parliament in both the Upper House (Senate) and the Lower House (House of Representatives) the rows of chairs and desks are rounded at the end opposite to the Speaker's Chair This area in which the rows are rounded at one end of the chamber is usually where the independent parties and minor parties are situated The chairs in which both the government and opposition sit are positioned so that the two rows are facing each other This arrangement is said to have derived from an early Parliament which was held in a church choir Traditionally the opposition parties will sit in one row of seats and the government party will sit in the other Of course sometimes a majority government is so large that it must use the "opposition" seats as well In the lower house at Westminster (the House of Commons) there are lines on the floor in front of the government and opposition benches that members may cross only when exiting the chamber It is often rumoured that the distance between the lines is that of the length of two swords although no documentary evidence exists to support this and in fact weapons have never been allowed in the Palace of Westminster at any time; 2.1 CHAMPS UMNO backbencher Mahathir Mohamad who had lost his Parliamentary seat in the election wrote a letter to the Tunku commending his leadership Mahathir organised a campaign with University of Malaya lecturer Raja Muktaruddin Daim circulating his letter among the student body of local universities Mass demonstrations broke out calling for "Malay sovereignty" and the Tunku's ouster After rioting broke out in June Home Affairs Minister Ismail Abdul Rahman and Tun Razak agreed to expel Mahathir and former Executive Secretary of UMNO Musa Hitam from the party for breaching party discipline, Gulai daun ubi sweet potato leaves stewed in coconut milk! Industry sectors The Istana is the official residence and office of the President as well as the working office of the Prime Minister, Solar output 8 Universities, Demographics Reclaimed water (Billion) GNI Raffles' expedition arrived in Singapore on 29 January 1819 (although they landed on Saint John's Island the previous day). He found a Malay settlement at the mouth of the Singapore River headed by Temenggong Abdul Rahman for the Sultan of Johor The Temenggong had originally moved to Singapore from Johor in 1811 with a group of Malays and when Raffles arrived there were an estimated 150 people governed by the Temenggong mostly of them Malays with around 30 Chinese. Although the island was nominally ruled by Johor the political situation was precarious for the Sultan of Johor at the time The incumbent Sultan of Johor Tengku Abdul Rahman was controlled by the Dutch and the Bugis and would never agree to a British base in Singapore However Abdul Rahman was Sultan only because his older brother Tengku Hussein also known as Tengku Long had been away in Pahang getting married when their father died Hussein was then living in exile in the Riau Islands.
. (1US$ to S$) 7 Fruit The same census also reports that about 74.1% of residents were of Chinese descent 13.4% of Malay descent 9.2% of Indian descent and 3.3% of other (including Eurasian) descent. Prior to 2010 each person could register as a member of only one race by default that of his or her father therefore mixed-race persons were solely grouped under their father's race in government censuses From 2010 onward people may register using a multi-racial classification in which they may choose one primary race and one secondary race but no more than two. The government uses the capacity of the private sector to reduce waiting times in the public sector In 2015 it plans to use the Raffles Medical Group to receive non-critical ambulance cases. . . 8 Major shareholders Main article: Co-curricular activity (Singapore) 5.2 Dewan Rakyat (House of Representatives) The establishment of a British trading post in Singapore in 1819 by Sir Stamford Raffles led to its founding as a British colony in 1824 This event has generally been understood to mark the founding of colonial Singapore a break from its status as a port in ancient times during the Srivijaya and Majapahit eras and later as part of Melaka and Johor.