Definitions

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  • proper n. A province of Indonesia.
  • proper n. A lect of the Indonesian province of Lampung, which is either a language with two main dialects, or a macrolanguage encompassing two or three separate languages, including Abung.

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Examples

  • Except in some areas such as Lampung and South Sumatra, corn (maize), like rice, is generally produced in small quantities by individual farmers.

    Chapter 4

  • The Sahiwal Express cargo vessel is expected to take up to five days to sail to Bandar Lampung in south Sumatra, where the animals will be unloaded and placed in an Elders-owned feedlot, the spokesman said.

    Australian Cattle Trade to Indonesia Resumes

  • The reserve lies within Lampung administrative province, Sumatra.

    Ujung Kulon National Park and Krakatau Nature Reserve, Indonesia

  • The sites are Gunung Leuser National Park (2°53'-3°50'N x 96°45'-97°35'E) in the northern provinces of Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam and Sumatra Utara; Kerinci Sablat National Park (1°7'13 "- 3°26'14" S x 100°31'18 "- 102°44'1" E) in the south-central provinces of Sumatra Barat, Jambi, Sumatra Selatan and Benkulu; and Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park (4°29'-5°57'S x103°24'-104°44'E) in the far southern provinces of Sumatra Selatan, Bengkulu and Lampung, partly bordering the southwest coast.

    Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra, Indonesia

  • In BBSNP the native Lampung form only 15%, the rest being immigrants from further north or from Java, Sunda, Bali, and Madura.

    Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra, Indonesia

  • Hendropriyono himself led a 1989 military operation against a fundamentalist Islamic sect in Lampung district that left scores dead, earning him the moniker, among Muslims, as the "Butcher of Lampung."

    Liberty In The Balance

  • In Ulu Semong village, located in the western highlands of Lampung Province, the coffee farmers say they won't venture into their fields after the death of the girl and her mother this past summer.

    Pachyderm Patrols

  • Co-opting many of the twenty civilian militias created by the military for the November MPR session as a base, founder Jaffar Umar Thalib opened Laskar Jihad offices in Jakarta, Cirebon, Semarang, Solo, Yogyakarta, Lampung, and Kendari in early March 2000.

    Seeds of Terror

  • Australia - where a bush fire sees everyone rally - these firefighters confronted a different mentality in Lampung.

    How Aid Works

  • The districts of Rejong, Lampung, &c., in Sumatra, retain the original language in a much higher degree, possess distinctive written characters, and have little intermixture of Sanscrit or

    The Expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido For the Suppression of Piracy

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