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Bo·gor

 (bō′gôr′)
A city of western Java, Indonesia, south of Jakarta. It is an agricultural research center with notable botanical gardens.

Bogor

(ˈbəʊɡɔː)
n
(Placename) a city in Indonesia, in W Java: botanical gardens and research institutions. Pop: 750 819 (2000). Former name: Buitenzorg

Bo•gor

(ˈboʊ gɔr)

n.
a city on W Java, in Indonesia. 271,711.
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