Djawa


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Djawa

(ˈdʒɑːvə)
n
(Placename) the former spelling of Java1
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Tionghwa/Islam/Hanafi didalam perkembangan agama Islam di pulau Djawa,
Wim Straathof, Agama Djawa Sunda--Java Sunda beweging: Het verhaal van een andersdenkende groepering in een overwegend islamitisch land: Indonesie 1964-1971.
The hosts broke the deadlock seven minutes into the second half as Max Djawa surged forward inside the box and smashed the ball past Junjun Badelic.
Republik Indonesia: propinsi Djawa Barat [Indonesian Republic: Province of West Java], vol.
The Group will also include Mr Brian Wyatt, Ms Valerie Cooms, Mr Murrandoo Yanner, Ms Shirley McPherson, Mr Djawa Yunupingu and Mr Craig Cromelin.
Gumatj leader, Djawa Yunupingu, a senior Gumatj leader, said it was time to allow communities to regain the authority for their own land.
These views began appearing in the newspapers that cropped up in 1869 such as Mataharie, Selompret Melaju in 1888 followed by Bintang Soerabaia in 1887 (Watson 424), Bintang Betawi (1905) and many more (Adam 77) with Tionghoa peranakan newspapers such as Djawa Tengah (1901) and Sin Po (1910) (Ali 146).
LOGAM DJAWA, PT (Aluminum, Kitchenware & Metal tableware)
Djawa later held leading roles in two documentary films directed by Cecil Holmes, Faces in the Sun (1963) and Djalambu (1964).