Magelang


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Ma•ge•lang

(ˌmɑ gəˈlɑŋ)

n.
a city on central Java, in Indonesia. 123,484.
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"Celebrating Independence Day is very important for us," Indonesian expat Fahmi Anhar, who hails from Magelang in Central Java, told Khaleej Times.
In collaboration with a group of textile artisans in Magelang,
Prastiawan is from Magelang in Central Java, Indonesia, and is a graduate of the Indonesian Institute of the Arts.
In Indonesia, a number of local duck breeds, namely Alabio (AL), Bayang (BY), Magelang (MG), Mojosari (MJ), Pegagan (PG), Pitalah (PT), Rambon (RM), and Turi (TR) were included as important assets by the Indonesian Ministry of Agriculture, and play an important role in a socio-economic aspect as they provide livelihood to smallholders as well as food for humans.
Comparison Effectiveness of Pixel Based Classification and Object Based Classification Using High Resolution Image in Floristic Composition Mapping (Study Case: Gunung Tidar Magelang City).
So, I believe the mainstream media will not die because of the social media,' he said in Magelang recently.
Identification and Test of Antibacterial Activity of Essential Oil of Red Betel Leaf (Piper crocatum Ruiz & Pav) Origin of Magelang, Skripsi, 2010; Faculty Of Math and Natural Science University of Sebelas Maret.
Tegal was chosen over Magelang Regency, which also had an election during the research period, because it is the home of one of the world's largest Buddhist stupas--Borobudur Temple--making it an outlier as its tourism-based economy is distinct from most regencies in Indonesia except Bali and possibly the western part of Flores Island, where visitors to Komodo National Park stay.
Merapi is one of the 129 active volcanoes in Indonesia and is located in the borders of Klaten, Magelang and Boyolali districts in Java Island.
While the prince's defiant stance might hearken back to his attitude during the Java War (1825-30), evidence points to his having remained calm during the meeting with De Kock at Magelang, and having accepted his fate.
Random sampling was performed in flocks of traditional and semi-intensive management systems allocated in Central Java and Special Region of Yogyakarta in the following provinces: Kulon Progo, Gunung Kidul, Bantul, Yogyakarta, Magelang, and Boyolali, 7[degrees]47.44 south latitude and 110[degrees]8.24 eastern longitude ordinates.