Halmahera


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Hal·ma·he·ra

 (hăl′mə-hĕr′ə, häl′mä-hĕ′rä)
An island of eastern Indonesia between New Guinea and Sulawesi. It is the largest of the Moluccas. Japanese installations on the island were a frequent target for Allied bombing raids in 1944.

Halmahera

(ˌhælməˈhɪərə)
n
(Placename) an island in NE Indonesia, the largest of the Moluccas: consists of four peninsulas enclosing three bays; mountainous and forested. Area: 17 780 sq km (6865 sq miles). Former names: Djailolo, Gilolo or Jilolo

Hal•ma•he•ra

(ˌhæl məˈhɛr ə, ˌhɑl-)

n.
an island in NE Indonesia: the largest of the Moluccas. ab. 100,000; 6928 sq. mi. (17,944 sq. km).
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Halmahera people are able to reshape Christian cosmology to make sense in local terms first by casting the same kind of scepticism on its claims that they do on their own occult theories.
We also have a long and successful working relationship with Antam in Indonesia through PT Nusa Halmahera Minerals, which manages the Gosowong gold mine in the North Halmahera district of North Maluku province.
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Jaya said the financing could be used for the East Halmahera ferronickel plant because the project needs supplies and equipment from abroad.
88 degrees eastern longitude, 132 km southwest of South Halmahera, and at a depth of 10 km below sea level.
The helicopter was chartered by PT Nusa Halmahera Minerals, a joint venture between Newcrest Mining Ltd.
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He ended up racing on the far side in a group of three and was collared close home by Halmahera.
Halmahera, part-owned by his wife Gillian, arrived fast and late to snatch the totesport Portland Handicap at Doncaster yesterday and become the first horse to win the race for a third time.
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A third pattern appears on one western island, Halmahera, and on several of Oceania's easternmost islands, possibly marking a separate Lapita dispersal.
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