American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northern Java, Indonesia, on the Java Sea east of Jakarta. It is a major port and industrial center. Population: 1,440,000.
- n. a port city is southern Indonesia; located in northern Java
“SEMARANG: An anticorruption committee in Semarang, Central Java has denounced a plan by Diponegoro University to award Attorney General Hendarman Supandjo an honorary doctorate Saturday.”
“Holland for the Indies, where he was made medical officer of health first in Semarang later at Tjilatjap, a small village on the south coast of Java, and at Padang Sidempoean in W. Sumatra.”
“Willem Einthoven was born on May 21, 1860, in Semarang on the island of Java, in the former Dutch East Indies (now”
“Indies, who later became parish doctor in Semarang.”
“Supriyadi, a student at state-run Diponegoro University in Semarang, works with Noor Huda on a program that provides employment to former jihadis.”
“Reuters Soldiers performed a dragon dance in front of Tay Kei Sek temple in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia, early Monday.”
“Currently wingko is famous food in Babat and Semarang with different brands and the big sale.”
“In Babat, a small city compared with Semarang, Wingko have an important role for economic growth in this region.”
“Hindu places of worship and Buddhist is spread in some areas such as in Semarang District, Karanganyar, Magelang, Boyolali, Klaten, Temanggung, Wonosobo and Banjarnegara.”
“This is a delicious and ready to eat dish from Semarang, Capital City of Central Java, Bandeng (Milk Fish) Presto.”
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