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Kediri

a city in Indonesia, in E Java: commercial centre. Pop.: 244 519 (2000)

Kediri

 

a city in Indonesia in eastern Java, in the Brantas valley. Population, 159,000 (1961). It produces textiles, sugar, and vegetable oil. The primary processing of other agricultural products is also carried out in Kediri.

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Dewi Songgo Langit knows when King Kelono Sewandono is his own cousin, he does not want to marry, therefore he proposes bebono (requirements) that are difficult to fulfil, namely; 1) unprecedented performances of the earth, 2) bringing the animals of the forest, and 3) the journey from Bantar Angin to Kediri must be by Nglandak (through a tunnel).
For Kediri, the reform of the judicial system requires the implementation of the provisions of Article 115 of the Constitution.
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Kediri, Rabi'II 14, 1435, Feb 14, 2014, SPA -- A major volcanic eruption in Indonesia shrouded a large swath of the country's most heavily populated island in ash on Friday, triggering the evacuation of more than 100,000 people and the closure of three international airports after killing two people.
The seeds (endosperms) of melinjo were collected in Indonesia (Desa Bangkok, Kecamatan Gurah Kabupaten Kediri, Kediri, Jawa Timur) in July 2009.
Villagers from the Kediri district of East Java plant C.
Choose a fabric that you love and create your own, shown here is Osborne and Little's Kediri Silk, from PS82.50 per metre, www.osborneandlittle.com www.lesleytaylor.co.uk Furniture can also add detail to a neutrally decorated bedroom.
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Some boys at the game in Kediri prayed not to get burnt before heading to the pitch.
For example, Nina, who was born in 1977 in Kediri and who worked at a fitness center in Balikpapan at the time of the interview, admitted that in a previous job, her office mates often said to her: