Djaja


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Djaja

(ˈdʒɑːdʒə)
n
(Placename) the former spelling of (Mount) Jaya
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For example, Djaja (1992) applied the CMS model to analyze the export performance and export demand of Indonesian forest products over the period 1970/1974 to 1985/1989.
Hardeland also added that in the sangiang language djaja becomes mait, meaning 'effective' (1859: 98).
Bunchosia soejartoi is named in honor of the botanist Djaja Djendoel Soejarto (b.
Other songs about Soekarno include Rossy's DirgahayuBung Karno (Long live BungKarno; written by Wedhasmara); and Onny Surjono's Bung Karno djaja (Glorious Bung Karno; written by Mus K.
8m) bond issue, the company's finance director Djaja Tambunan said today.
Dr Sarimawar Djaja, from the National Institute of Health Research and Development in Indonesia, presented a paper titled 'Sensitivity and positive predictive value calculation of verbal autopsy questionnaire used to diagnose certain cause of death'.
According to Djaja Tambunan, Antam's finance director as reported by Dow Jones, the firm is looking at offers from BHP Billiton to acquire its coal assets or partner it in developing them.
Zhen (Jane) Feng, Jacob Djaja and Ronald Rocha, "Automated X-ray Inspection: SMT Process Improvement Tool," SMTA International Proceedings, September 2002.
34) Tamar Djaja, Pusaka Indonesia: Riwajat hidup orang orang besar tanah air (Djakarta: Bulan Bintang, 1965), vol.
The second and third chapters are authored by Djaja D.
In the audit's results, the auditing company said Djaja had withdrawn 135 billion rupiah from PT Mandala Airlines.