from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- An island of southern Indonesia in the Lesser Sundas just east of Java. Largely mountainous with a tropical climate and fertile soil, it is sometimes called "the Jewel of the East.”
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- proper n. An island, part of Indonesia, just east of Java.
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- n. an island in Indonesia to the east of Java; striking volcanic scenery; culture is known for elaborate dances and rituals and for handicrafts
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BALI: Well-Kept Secrets High-end guests at the luxury boutique hotel Desa Pemuteran, in the north of the Indonesian island of Bali, were constantly asking owner Diana von Cranach for her advice on where to go and what to do.
FARSHAL HAMBALI, SURVIVED BOMBING IN BALI: If we leave Bali now, it really shows to the terrorist that they are winning.
BALI -- I'll take the train from Yogyakarta to the ferry, then ferry to Bali.
BALI, INDONESIA: Ten dead whales have washed ashore on Indonesia's resort island of Bali in recent weeks.
BALI PONY-HORSE FROM INDONESIA The Bali ponies are quite hardy and self-sufficient, surviving with little outside care.
The Bumi Sehat team in Bali is very aware of their responsibility to the donors, who are hard working caring people.
The budget for Bumi Sehat in Bali is about $500 per day - or under $200,000 per year.
Note 12: The regions of fruit production quoted here come from a reprint of Bernier's text in which the word "Bali" is mentioned as being a misprint for Balkh.
A perfect blend of new and old, contemporary design and European influences, the Khayangan Estate in Bali is a fully self-contained, private luxury estate located on the southern-most tip of Bali’s Bukit peninsul close to the renowned Bvlgari Resort and Spa.
As you know, Bali is a very tiny, beautiful, but yet a distant exotic island on the other side of the Indonesian world.