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see BogorBogor
, formerly Buitenzorg
[Du.,=free from care], city (1990 pop. 271,341), W Java, Indonesia. At the foot of two volcanoes, it is a highland resort and an agricultural research center, known chiefly for its magnificent botanical gardens (laid out 1817).
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Os genotipos Tjau Lagada, 0323-03, Buitenzorg, Perak e Microcarpa apresentaram as maiores reducoes (30,27; 28,62; 26,7; 23,48 e 19,93%, respectivamente), em contraste com o genotipo 0116-01, que nao apresentou nenhuma reducao nessa variavel, permanecendo com o mesmo numero de folhas do controle.
Connections were created between, for instance, Batavia, Bantam and Buitenzorg. (1) However, like the indigenous ones, these routes were not always completely passable for people and horses.
The Walzermasken, Triakontameron, and Java Suite contain some gems of the piano repertoire--including the minor classics "Alt-Wien" and "The Gardens of Buitenzorg"--whose descriptive titles and colorful nature find natural parallels in Alkan's Esquisses and Medtner's Tales.
8.15pm - Trot: Willie Hill, Dan Lucky, Godwin Montana, Koert Buitenzorg, Galion de Sial, Lou Morgan, Gallant Guy, Sun is Rising.
Envio la piel al museo de Buitenzorg (actualmente Bogor), en la isla de Java, donde los biologoscuradores bautizaron al animal como Varanus komodoensis.
2688/15' (Letter to the Governor General of the Netherland Indies in Buitenzorg, from the Commissioner of Timor and Dependencies, dated 7th May 1917).
De nuttige planten van Nederlandsch-Indie: Tevens synthetische catalogue der verzamelingen van het museum voor economische Botanie te Buitenzorg. Batavia: Ruygrok & Co.
Within a few years, two other regional museums were founded--the Sarawak Museum in Rajah Charles Brooke's state capital Kuching (1891), and the Museum Zoologicum at Buitenzorg (1894), adjoining the botanic garden and palatial park of the Governor General of The Netherlands East Indies, but cordial relations prevailed.
To support his argument, Goss explores a number of diverse sources from the Netherlands and Indonesia, and uses the Buitenzorg (Bogor) Botanical Gardens as a backdrop to explore the histories of scientists and administrators, from colonial-era naturalist Franz Junghuhn to scientists at the modern Institute of Scientific Research (better known by its Indonesian acronym, LIPI).
'Distrito Autonomo de Timor e Instituto Botanico de Buitenzorg (Java), conferencia realisada em a noute de 13 de maio de 1907'.
He contacted Hare, who was then staying at Government House, Buitenzorg, and Hare went down to Batavia and met Ross for the first time.
Kartosuwiryo's unilateral freezing of Masyumi was apparently rejected or ignored by a number of regional Masyumi branches, including those at Cirebon and Buitenzorg ('De Daroel Islam-beweging in West-Java').