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Sukabumi

 

a city in Indonesia, in southwestern Java; situated at the foot of the volcano Pangrango. Population, 80,000 (1961). Sukabumi has a railroad station on the Jakarta-Bandung line. Industrial enterprises produce foodstuffs and condiments, textiles, leather and footwear, and metal products.

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The quake struck around 65 miles west of the city of Sukabumi on the island of Java, at a depth of 21 miles.
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The master-plan rules that Transportation Minister need to have good connections from Bogor, Sukabumi to Bandung.
Ariswati (2010) reported her case study research on teaching dance to Down syndrome students in Budi Luhur School in Sukabumi, West Java, Indonesia.
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Many of the engagements were of considerable length: on Mojokerto on one occasion he was engaged for four or five months, in Sukabumi for two months and seven days.
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a qualitative study of community members' perspectives in Garut, Sukabumi and Ciamis districts of West Java Province, Indonesia.
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According to a report in Java-Bode from 19 March 1897, at the conclusion of his shows in Batavia, Talbot's planned tour route was as follows: Buitenzorg (Bogor) on 21 March, Cianjur on 23 March, Bandung on 24 March, Sukabumi on 25 March, Garut on 26 March, Purworejo on 28 March, Yogyakarta on 29 March, Klaten on 31 March, Solo (Surakarta) on 1 April, Semarang on 4 April, as well as further destinations for which no prearranged dates were at the time available.
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