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  • only really heard in Jakarta. wo Chinese Used only by ethnic Chinese in conversation with other ethnic Chinese in some areas of Jakarta, Medan and other areas
    8 KB (406 words) - 13:04, 9 October 2015
  • complete list of Bahasa Oke words but should help you on your way to gaining a more sophisticated understanding of the language of contemporary Jakarta.
    1 KB (265 words) - 21:37, 21 February 2014
  • (Cairo > Jakarta), count([Cairo, London, Beijing, Moscow, Mumbai, Nairobi, Jakarta], [0,2], 2), (Jakarta is (London-1); Jakarta is (Beijing-1))
    4 KB (591 words) - 17:34, 7 January 2015
  • are Java, Bali, Borneo, Sulawesi, and Sumatra. The capital of Indonesia is Jakarta. Indonesia shì Dōngnányà guójiā, Malay Qúndǎo de yībùfèn. Tā yōngyǒu 18
    635 bytes (75 words) - 19:07, 24 July 2016
  • administrated in the setting of the Java Community Process (JCP) 052. Within the Jakarta-Project there are reference implementations to these specifications.
    4 KB (651 words) - 20:22, 2 September 2012
  • favorable monsoon winds. The Dutch found what they were looking for in Jakarta, conquered by Jan Coen in 1619, later renamed Batavia after the Latin name
    3 KB (453 words) - 04:02, 1 March 2015
  • invasion of 1942. This video gives you a glimpse of what Batavia (now: Jakarta), the capital of the erstwhile Dutch East Indies, looked like about a year
    4 KB (257 words) - 00:05, 17 June 2015
  • New York City. Dutch Houses in Cape Town, South Africa. Fort Zeelandia in Suriname. Jakarta, formerly Batavia in Indonesia.
    2 KB (291 words) - 15:00, 27 August 2012
  • Velocity Templating Framework Velocity Tools 1.1 WebappLoader source* Jakarta Velocity Tools Velocity Tools Utility Library OGNL 2.6.9 ognl-2.6.9.jar
    4 KB (526 words) - 14:31, 22 May 2011
  • for foreigners living in Indonesia. And if you are on a business trip to Jakarta, or on vacation in Bali, knowing some Indonesian can really enrich the
    6 KB (922 words) - 19:42, 10 December 2014
  • bersenang-senang di Amerika." Bapak: "..." Saya berasal dari Jakarta. Ibu saya orang Jakarta dan bapak saya orang Bali. Saya nanti malam akan pergi dengan
    1 KB (239 words) - 15:28, 22 February 2014
  • Betawi n (Indonesia) An ethnic group inhabit Jakarta. There are two opinion how this ethnic group came. The first one conclude Betawi came from a mix
    674 bytes (109 words) - 12:10, 12 April 2011
  • Plugging in a logging framework for Eclipse plug-ins Using the Apache (Jakarta) Commons Top Ten Cool New Features of Java 2SE 1.4 An Introduction to the
    777 bytes (102 words) - 21:55, 18 June 2009
  • undersea earthquake off Indonesia's main island of Java (100 km east of Jakarta). The magnitude 7.5 quake hit at 0005 on Thursday (1705 GMT Wednesday)
    3 KB (437 words) - 16:07, 17 August 2014
  • of relationship is to read the bean properties using introspection. The jakarta BeanUtils package is a common way of handling objects that need to be related
    12 KB (1,466 words) - 07:38, 10 August 2015
  • Cingkrik n (Betawi) A style of silat from Jakarta. The legend said the system came from Rawabelong, created by Ki Maing. One of the characteristic of
    234 bytes (40 words) - 12:09, 12 April 2011
  • George Bush Αζερμπαϊτζάν Azermpaïtzán Azerbaijan Ρίο ντε Τζανέιρο Río nte Tzanéiro Rio de Janeiro Τζακάρτα Tzakárta Jakarta Καμπότζη Kampótzī Cambodia
    8 KB (630 words) - 02:20, 2 January 2014
  • high demand for Java on web servers resulted in the JBoss project and Jakarta Project. ^ The Oracle Database is an example of popular database software;
    4 KB (644 words) - 23:48, 22 April 2006
  • name. In 1642, Abel Tasman sailed on a famous voyage from Batavia (now Jakarta), to Papua New Guinea, Fiji, New Zealand and, on November 24, sighted Tasmania
    6 KB (988 words) - 00:54, 13 July 2015
  • favourable monsoon winds. The Dutch found what they were looking for in Jakarta, conquered by Jan Coen in 1619, later renamed Batavia after the Latin name
    25 KB (3,862 words) - 17:59, 5 April 2016

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