Indonesian

The word Indonesian may refer to:

  • Anything of, from, or related to Indonesia, a country in Southeast Asia
  • A person from Indonesia, or of Indonesian descent. For information on the Indonesian people, see Demographics of Indonesia and Culture of Indonesia. For specific persons see List of Indonesians.
  • Indonesian language, locally known as Bahasa Indonesia, the official language of Indonesia.
  • Indonesian cuisine


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Taxation In Indonesia - Definitions
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Diponegoro University
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Indonesian New Zealander
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Insurgency In Aceh - Possible Factors For Prolonged Conflict - Indonesian Military's Interests in Aceh
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Famous quotes containing the word indonesian:

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