from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- A river, about 805 km (500 mi) long, of western New Guinea flowing northwest into the Pacific Ocean.
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The ecoregion is centered on three large river basins: the Mamberamo, Taritatu, and Tariku river basin in Irian Jaya and the Sepik and Ramu river basins in PNG.
The day before he had recalled his own great expedition on the Mamberamo in Northern New
 Llengües i literatures de-la geozona Arafura literatures ue la geozona Mamberamo
Mamberamo-Pegunungan Foja [AA0116] 9,130 IV Foja (extension) 6,760 PRO Cape Wom International Memorial Park 50 UA Sepik River 3,850?
Legal and Security Affairs Widodo AS, Chief Military Commander Djoko Santosa, Home Affairs Minister Mardiyanto and National Police Chief Bambang Hendarso Danuri will meet with the Police Chief of Papua, Sarmi and Mamberamo regency officials tomorrow.