Ujung Pandang

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U·jung Pan·dang

or U·jung·pan·dang  (o͞o-jo͝ong′pän-däng′)
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Ujung Pandang

(ˈuːdʒʊŋ pænˈdæŋ)
(Placename) the former name (1971–1999) for Makassar
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U•jung Pan•dang

(uˌdʒʊŋ pɑnˈdɑŋ)
a seaport on SW Sulawesi, in central Indonesia. 944,685. Formerly, Macassar, Makassar.
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He also earned a bachelor's degree in Islamic philosophy from IAIN Alauddin, Ujung Pandang, Indonesia in 1986.
We also express appreciation for assembly of this emission measurement device that materialized on good collaboration between Ujung Pandang Polytechnic and Faculty of Engineering, Hasanuddin University, Makassar.
Typhoid Control Place, Country Exposed Unexposed Exposed Unexposed Diyarbakir, Turkey 55 9 114 14 Ujung Pandang, Indonesia 11 39 9 32 Jakarta, Indonesia 7 62 119 548 Karachi, Pakistan 72 16 143 22 RE Model Place, Country Odds Ratio [95% CI] Diyarbakir, Turkey 0.75 [0.31, 1.84] Ujung Pandang, Indonesia 1.00 [0.37, 2.72] Jakarta, Indonesia 0.52 [0.23, 1.16] Karachi, Pakistan 0.69 [0.34, 1.40] RE Model 0.70 [0.46, 1.05] Figure 4: Forest plot showing odds ratio for typhoid fever for exposure and nonexposure to improved water.
Furthermore, Garuda Indonesias flight from China to Denpasar will also connect with other domestic services across the archipelago, including among others; Yogyakarta, Ujung Pandang, Manado, Labuan Bajo, and various other tourist destinations that are constantly being developed by the government.
diss., University of Hawai'i, 2003); Asfriyanto, 'Kisah seorang Bissu yang tertusuk keris sendiri', Panyingkul (2007); Makmun Badaruddin, Bissu dan peralatannya (Ujung Pandang: Proyek Pengembangan Permuseuman Sulsel, 1980); G.
15.5 Harbour Road 11.5 3 Surabaya--Gresik 20.7 4 Ujung Pandang Phase I 6.05 5 Serpong--Pondok Aren 7.25 6 SS Waru--Bandara Juanda 12.8 7 Makassar Section IV 11.6 8 Bogor Ring Road Section I 3.85 9 Tol Bogor Ring Road Section II 1.9 A Kedung Halang--Kedung Badak section 10 Kanci--Pejagan 35 11 JORR W1 9.85 12 Surabaya--Mojokerto Section IA 1.89 Semarang--Solo Semarang- 11 Ungaran section 13 Semarang--Solo Semarang- 11,9 Bawen section 14 Cinere--Jagorawi Section I 3.7 15 Nusa Dua--Ngurah Rai--Benoa 10 (Bali Mandara) Sub Total B 235,59 Total A + B 785,92 No Investor Start-up A 1 PT.
Malaysian airline AirAsia has launched a new daily flight from Kuala Lumpur to Makassar (formerly known as Ujung Pandang), in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Cited as other major accidents were the crash of a Kenya Airways' Boeing 737-800 in Douala on May 5 with 114 fatalities and that of an Adamair's Boeing 737-400 off Ujung Pandang on Jan.
The Dutch, who first made a settlement on the island at Makassar (now Ujung Pandang) expelled the Portuguese in the 1600s, and initiated war with the Sultanic rulers of the native peoples, whom they later conquered in the Makassar War (1666-69).
More specifically, Gay Archipelago's multiple chapters focus principally on three sites: Surabaya in East Java, Makassar (formerly Ujung Pandang) in South Sulawesi, and Bali.