Rakata


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Rakata

(rəˈkɑːtə)
n
(Placename) another name for Krakatoa
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Lava streams down from Anak Krakatoa volcano during an eruption as seen from Rakata island in South Lampung.
(1998) proposed that P was limiting plant growth in soil at an early stage of development (110 years) on Rakata Island, Indonesia, perhaps as a result of the observed rapid accumulation of organic P.
For example, some call out "pal caserio" or "de la calle." There is an interlaced construction of place, audience, ego, and prowess, which is encased in pseudo "calls of the wild." Take, for example, one of the best-known openings and endings in reggaeton, Wisin & Yandel's "Rakata" (35):
Needs a strong pace, and the presence of Rakata and a couple of others who like to race up with the pace should ensure a sensible gallop at the very least
Al ver el exito del primer CD, este ano salio una nueva produccion que contiene doce temas tambien que son "Kids Don't Lie Feat", "Rakata", "Rompe", "Doncella" y "You Got It", entre otros.
LEICESTER: 2.00 Ready For Spring, 2.35 Decree Nisi, 3.05 Treasure Cay, 3.40 Golden Dagger, 4.10 Summer Lodge, 4.40 Rakata.
Krakatoa is a volcano near the Indonesian island of Rakata in the Sunda Strait.
In fact, so little was left of the original island that its name was reduced like the island, resulting in the terminal deletion Rakata. Ed Wolpow's Times Atlas does show both names for the island, so at least the words themselves are confirmed.
Well, since at least one big eruption of the Santorin volcano--which made the Rakata eruption on Krakatoa in the Java-Sumatra straits in 1883 puny by comparison--ocurred around -1500, several historians dropped a zero from Sonchis' story tying everything up rather neatly.