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ayu

(ˈɑːjuː; ˈaɪuː)
n
(Animals) a small fish, Plecoglossus altivelis, native to Japan and the surrounding areas, known for the sweetness of its flesh
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Ayu Utami--novels--cosmopolitanism--democracy--relational space--gender--class Ayu Utami's novels Saman (1998) and Larung (2001) are arguably the most influential works of Indonesian fiction since Pramoedya Ananta Toer's 1980s Buru tetralogy.
La Fundacion Ayu surge en 1994, formalizandose en 1998, en el municipio de Santa Maria Ayu, uno de los 570 municipios de Oaxaca; es una iniciativa sin fines de lucro que surge a propuesta de un ex gobernador del Estado.
Teddy Mantoro and Media Ayu are facultly members of USBI-Sampoerna University, Indonesia.
Noer Endah Pracoyo, (1) Made Ayu Lely Suratri, (2) Roselinda Roselinda, (3) and Vivi Setiawaty (3)
The Movimento Ipereg Ayu was honored for its fight against a proposed dam along the Tapajos River in the Brazilian Amazon that would submerge one million hectares of rainforest that the Munduruku people rely on as hunting and fishing grounds.
Ni Made Ayu Marhini, said in a press release on Tuesday.
The rate cut was a boon for the retail sale," Dian Ayu Yustina, economist and fixed-income analyst at PT Bank Danamon Indonesia, said by phone 18 February.
The question of other potential meanings of the texts becomes more acute in relation to the works considered in the final section of the book, Pramudya Ananta Tur's Bumi manusia quartet and Ayu Utami's Saman and Larung.
udo ajo aji ayu ahu aku uku ulu ule ume Uma Uta Uca oca oka aka apa ape uji ama .
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Indonesian designers Adi and Ayu have just revealed their new outdoor luxury collection for Warisan, featuring innovative yet timeless furniture pieces designed to complement any garden, terrace, pool, restaurant or cafe.