[ US /ˌɪndoʊˈniʒə/ ]
  1. a republic in southeastern Asia on an archipelago including more than 13,000 islands; achieved independence from the Netherlands in 1945; the principal oil producer in the Far East and Pacific regions
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How To Use Indonesia In A Sentence

  • If the Indonesian judiciary really can be influenced by political heavies, this is one occasion when I hope such influence is exerted.
  • Dian Agung Nugroho's photo "F*** You (What's on her mind?)" captures a Chinese Indonesian schoolgirl flipping off an old Chinese Indonesian beggar lady. Boing Boing
  • Here retired US diplomat Ellsworth Bunker drew up a plan to transfer the administrative authority for West Papua from the Netherlands to a neutral administrator, and thence to Indonesia.
  • A further explanation may lie in the principles and style of legal interpretation and administration that are operative in Indonesia's contemporary legal system.
  • But a country that is even closer to Indonesia is Australia and there are still pygmies in Australia too.
  • The Titan Arum was discovered in 1878 in its sole indigenous habitat, the Indonesian island of Sumatra, and grows in cultivation in only a handful of places around the world.
  • About 100 workers' representatives attended the hearing, but Sony was only represented by two Indonesian assistant managers.
  • Carambola, a small tree or shrub, is thought to be native to Java or other parts of Indonesia, and perhaps also Sri Lanka.
  • The President said the bridge would boost the economy on Madura island, which has been largely untouched by development, lagging behind other regions in Indonesia.
  • Some of them married Indonesian women, converted to Islam or other faiths and applied for Indonesian citizenship.
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