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These laws are called huhum pinang àn,—from depang àn, to eat—law or sentence to eat.John Rutherford, the White Chief|George Lillie Craik
There are small parties also in the mountains inland of Jooroo and Krian, opposite Pinang.
Mr Hooker, when he saw them, said they were the pinang, or betel-nut palm—Areca catechu.In the Eastern Seas|W.H.G. Kingston
In Sumatra a full grown plant has been known to produce seven pounds; in Pinang the yield is much more.
A large supply of nutmeg and clove plants arrived at Pinang in 1802, from the Molucca Islands.