Iban

IBAN or Iban may refer to:

People
  • Ibán Espadas (born 1978), footballer
  • Iban Iriondo (born 1984), bicycle racer
  • Iban Mayo (born 1977), bicycle racer
  • Iban Mayoz (born 1981), bicycle racer
  • Iban Nokan, anthropologist and ethnographer
  • Iban Parra (born 1977), football player
  • Ibán Pérez (born 1983), volleyball player
  • Iban Zubiaurre (born 1983), footballer
Other
  • Iban language
  • Iban people (or Sea Dayak), an ethnic group in Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo) and Sarawak
  • International Bank Account Number

Other articles related to "iban":

International Bank Account Number - Algorithms - Generating IBAN Check Digits
... According to the European Committee for Banking Standards (ECBS) "generation of the IBAN shall be the exclusive responsibility of the bank/branch servicing the account" ... to 97, and 03 to 99 will also provide validation of an IBAN, but the standard is silent as to whether or not these ranges may be used ... The preferred algorithm is Check that the total IBAN length is correct as per the country ...
Survivor South Africa: Malaysia - Contestants
... Contestant Original Tribe Switched Tribe Merged Tribe Finish Total Votes Nomfundo Vilokazi Iban 1st Voted Out Day 4 ... Nicola Windt Bajau 2nd Voted ...
Iban Language
... The Iban language (jaku Iban) is spoken by the Iban, a branch of the Dayak ethnic group formerly known as "Sea Dayak" who live in Sarawak, the Indonesian province of Kalimantan Barat and in Brunei ... The Iban language is also a subject tested in PMR and SPM, the Malaysian public examination for Form 3 and Form 5 students respectively ... Students comment that questions from these exams mostly cover the classic Iban language, making them a daunting task for many who are more fluent in the contemporary tongue ...
Betong Division
... Saribas is famous for its Iban longhouses and is regarded as the center for Iban culture ... after his victory over the Sekrang and Saribas Iban at the Battle of Beting Maru on July 31, 1849 ... The population is culturally mixed, with the majority Iban interacting well with the Malay and Chinese in almost all spheres of activity since the pre-colonial days ...