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Java

A programming language. It is especially useful because it allows for software distribution to a wide audience. It was developed by Sun Microsystems.
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When we returned to Djiliwirri in 2005, a fourth son of Djawa, Dhamanydji Gaykamanu, also sang and the ensemble's yidaki accompanist was one of their sister's sons, Gutayi Dhamarrandji.
Het Comite voor Javaansche Cultuurontwikkeling', Djawa 1918:346-8.
37) Kartosuwiryo is not mentioned, however, in the official Japanese reference publication, Orang Indonesia jang terkemoeka di Djawa (Djakarta: Gunseikanbu, 1944).
Kartodikromo, Marco 1918 'Sama rasa dan sama rata', Sinar Djawa, 10 April.
76) 'Keadaan tanaman di Djawa pada tahoen 1945 [Conditions of crops in Java in 1945]', Algemene Secretarie te Bataria 5656, The National Archive, The Hague.
In contrast, in chapter five, Lubis describes in great detail the evolution of medical education in Indonesia with the establishment of Dokter Djawa during the mid-nineteenth century.
Moens, 'Een Toornige buddhistische heiland', Djawa, 20 (1940): 265-71.
Brandts Buys also wrote many works, including "De Toonkunst bij de Madoereezen", Djawa 8 (1928): 61-349.