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see JakartaJakarta
or Djakarta
, city and special district (1990 pop. 8,227,746), capital and largest city of Indonesia, NW Java, at the mouth of the canalized Ciliwung River, on Jakarta Bay, an inlet of the Java Sea.
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, Djakarta
the capital of Indonesia, in N West Java: founded in 1619 and ruled by the Dutch until 1945; the chief trading centre of the East in the 17th century; University of Indonesia (1947). Pop.: 8 347 083 (2000)
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It encompassed monitoring the movements of Partai Rakyat Brunei members in Djakarta, and later bugging secret discussions in Hong Kong between representatives of Sarawak's communist movement and the Chinese Communist Party.
Istana continues as the emotional belief in the imperial design of hundreds of lesser princes given homage to one supreme prince living in the Djakarta kraton with power radiating outward.
Melhem said some were predicting Obama would choose the Indonesian capital Djakarta since the president spent part of his childhood there and it is the world's most populous Muslim nations, and noted that choosing an Arab capital could create contention among the Arab countries.
Specialists in fitting out airports, offices and public spaces in general since 1990 when Matteo Grassi's first lounges were installed at the airports and several airline VIP lounges at Fiumicino (Rome), Frankfurt and Malpensa (Milan), followed by international projects for the airports of Paris Charles De Gaulle, Athens, Beijing, Bucharest, Kiev and Djakarta, their association with Dubai Airport goes back to the days when the First Terminal was renovated.
Another state-owned shipping company PT Djakarta Lloyd (DL), which was established in 1950, has a fleet of 14 units of ship with a total capacity of 85,620 DWT.
Also known as 'Princely Pattern', parang rusak was developed for and worn only by male members of Djakarta royal house (Newman 1977:20, Forge 1989:104).
We need to reconcile the differences perceived in Tehran, Islamabad, Cairo, Djakarta, and Jerusalem.
16) While other offices were not as wildly successful as Cairo and Tehran, both of which eventually became independent of Franklin, the pattern worked well from the outset, and by 1965 "A Checklist of Franklin Projects" listed programs in Cairo, Beirut, and Baghdad (in Arabic); Tehran and Tabriz, Iran (in Persian); Kabul (in Persian and Pushtu); Lahore, West Pakistan, now Pakistan (in Urdu); Dacca, East Pakistan, now Bangladesh (in Bengali); Kuala Lumpur (in Malay); Djakarta (in Indonesian); Lagos, Nigeria (in English and Yoruba); Enugu, eastern Nigeria (in English and Igbo); Kaduna, northern Nigeria (in English and Hausa); and Buenos Aires, Argentina (in Spanish).
There have been attacks in Istanbul, Djakarta, Bali, Riyadh, Casablanca, Mombassa, Sinai, Karachi, London, Madrid and many other cities, with attempted attacks in Rome, Madrid, Los Angeles and Singapore among others.
See, for example, Australian embassy Djakarta to External Affairs, 21 April 1970, NAA: A6980 S251060.
Withe gave some idea of the scale of following for his team when he said that there would be 90,000 people in the stadium in Djakarta five hours before the kick-off of the two-legged Cup match.
owners of the container ship CMA Djakarta against the charterer--in this