However, when correctly spelled (as Digul
) it seems most suitable because the word is short, euphonious, and easily pronounced.
Gullas was losing his clout in Talisay since his grandson, Eduardo Digul
, slipped from being No.
A compilation of literary and journalistic writings on Digoel, Cerita dari Digul
(Stories from Digoel, 2001), edited by Indonesia's most acclaimed author, the late Pramoedya Ananta Toer, makes no reference to the novels by Liem and Njoo, both major authors of the Netherlands Indies period.
The Ok Sibil is a west to east flowing tributary of the Digul
river, located south of the divide of the Central Range.
The party was prohibited, thousands of its members were arrested, and after extra-judicial procedures 1,300 were sent for an indefinite period to Boven Digul
, an internment camp deep in the swamps of remote New Guinea.
Their story has received comparatively little attention in Australia--Rupert Lockwood's 1975 book Black Armada, Margaret Kartomi's excellent 2002 monograph The Gamelan Digul
and Frank Bennett's The Return of the Exiles (2003) notwithstanding.
The Gamelan Digul
and the Prison Camp Musician Who Built It.
The focus on Hollandia is also welcome because most of the narratives of administrators, patrol officers and missionaries that we have so far are about typical out-of-the-way regions such as Asmat, Digul
, Merauke, Ayamaru and of course valleys in the central mountain range.
The Project's study area can be defined as the region intersected by the course of the Sepik River and its tributaries upstream from its confluence with the May River to its source in the highlands where it shares a large watershed with the Fly and Digul
Other smaller companies like PT Bangun Cipta Sarana, PT Wolo Agri Makmur and PT Digul
Agri Lestari also plan to build food estate to grow rice in Papua where 585,000 hectares of land have been offered for that purpose.