pondok


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pondok

(ˈpɒndɒk) or

pondokkie

n
(Architecture) (in southern Africa) a crudely made house built of tin sheet, reeds, etc
[C20: from Malay pondók leaf house]
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This follows an earlier MOU signed on October 12, 2017 between PTSMS and PT Rijan Dinamis Selaras ("RDS") representing Pondok Pesantren Riyadhul Jannah Pacer Mojokerjo, founder of Consultative Assembly of Indonesian Boarding Schools which has a network of 28,000 boarding schools to undertake a Fintech project (the "Indonesian Project").
I don't mind giving free accommodation for tourists I already know," said the owner of the Pondok Denayu Homestay.
Pondok Pesantren Luqmanul Hakiem: Incubator for the JI Ideological Worldview
SGB paved the way into the property industry back at 2004, with many successful developments such as Essence Darmawangsa Apartment, Hampton Park Pondok Indah, Suvarna Padi Tangerang, Taman Royal Residence, and Mal Jogjatronik.
Tupperware showrooms at the end of 2015 were located in Pondok Indah and Taman Anggrek mall, Jakarta.
Mikhaela Fortuna blew a six-shot lead but battled back from two strokes down to edge Indonesian Ribka Vania and The Country Club teammate Abby Arevalo by one to snare the overall championship in the 2015 Pondok Indah International Junior golf tournament in Jakarta recently.
He investigates the shifting patterns of social and cultural capital that accompanied its political collapse, the exodus, and the subsequent rise of Islamic scholarship and Pondok (Islamic schools).
Pondok education, which still exists today, is primarily to inculcate students with values needed to be a good Muslim with an emphasis on real world practical knowledge.
Present study was conducted on three species of monkeys (Macaca fascicularis Macaca nemestrina and Trachypithecus obscurus) in seven selected areas (Botanical Gardens Penang Cerok To`kun Penang Bukit Juru Penang Gunung Jerai Kedah Bukit Selambau Kedah Taiping Zoo Perak and Pondok Tanjung Perak) in the Northern Peninsular Malaysia The general objective of this study was to assess the population status of monkeys during different weather conditions at various study sites.
See Muhammad Abdul Goas Saefulloh Maslul, Saefulloh Maslul menjawab 165 masalah: Pemahaman Qodiriyyah Naqsyabandiyyah Pondok Pesantren Suryalaya (Bandung: Wahana Karya Grafika, 2006).
Pondok literally means a rudimentary dwelling (like a hut) in the Malay language, reflecting the Malay penchant for extreme modesty and humility--a highly prized trait, especially among the older generation.