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Bang·kaor Ban·ka (băng′kə)
An island of western Indonesia in the Java Sea separated from Sumatra by the narrow Strait of Bangka.
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(Placename) an island in Indonesia, separated from Sumatra by the Bangka Strait. Chief town: Pangkalpinang. Area: about 11 914 sq km (4600 sq miles)
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or Ban•ka(ˈbæŋ kə)
an island in Indonesia, E of Sumatra: tin mines. 4611 sq. mi. (11,942 sq. km).
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