Synonyms for bendera or Related words with bendera
Examples of "bendera"
Paskibra ("Pasukan Pengibar
") - flag raiser troops
SOBSI publications were, however, largely unprofitable. As of 1957, "
Buruh" sales only compensated around 40% of its production costs. As of May 1957, circulation of "
Buruh" stood at a meagre 5,500. In 1958 there was a decision that "
Buruh" ought to be distributed to every base-level union organization of SOBSI, but this was never implemented fully. "
Buruh" was closed down in October 1960.
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. Chakotay, a good friend of
, delivers the eulogy and tells of a time
rescued him from angry miners. After the funeral, Michael Jonas and Crewman Hogan tell Captain Janeway Voyager should change the way she operates to be more like a Maquis.
The flag of Kenya (Swahili: "
ya Kenya") was officially adopted on December 12, 1963.
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Paskibraka ("Pasukan Pengibar
Pusaka") - Flag Raiser troops on August 17 Ceremony at Merdeka Palace
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is a federal constituency in Penang, Malaysia, that has been represented in the Dewan Rakyat since 1974.
In 2002, they released a repackaged version of "Rasa Baru"; the singles were "
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Kita is a Malaysian patriotic and national song. It was played by Sudirman Arshad on 1982
In early November 1877, the line was opened for military communication,
-Galati railway with a length of 305 km.
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In time for the 22nd anniversary of independence in 1967, Mutahar, now in his older years, approached then President Suharto with a plan to form today's "Pasukan Pengibar
Pusaka Flag Hoisting Troop, with a mission to escort, hoist and lower the flag during Independence Day and other national holidays.
SOBSI issued various publications. The main publication of SOBSI was "
Buruh" ('Workers Flag'). "
Buruh" had been launched in March 1956, substituting the semi-monthly "Buletin SOBSI" (which had reached a circulation of 10,000). SOBSI also issued an English-language monthly publication called "Indonesian Trade Union News".
"Sang Saka Merah-Putih" (The Lofty Red-and-White) refers to the historical flag called "
Pusaka" (heirloom flag) and its replica. The "
Pusaka" is the flag that was flown in front of Soekarno's house a few moments after he proclaimed Indonesia's independence on 17 August 1945. The original "
Pusaka" was sewn by Mrs. Fatmawati Soekarno, and was hoisted every year in front of the presidential palace during the independence day ceremony. It was hoisted for the last time on 17 August 1968. Since then it has been preserved and replaced by a replica since the original flag was deemed to be too fragile.
During the first year of the Indonesian National Revolution, the "
Pusaka" flew day and night. After the Dutch took Jakarta in 1946, the "
Pusaka" was brought to Yogyakarta in Sukarno's briefcase. During Operatie Kraai, the "
Pusaka" was cut in half and given to Indonesian composer Husein Mutahar for safekeeping; Mutahar was told to "protect the flag with [his] life". Despite being captured by and escaping from the Dutch, Mutahar managed to bring the flag to Jakarta, sew it back together, and turn it over to Soedjono. Soedjono later returned the flag to Sukarno, who was in exile in Bangka.
Pusaka" was sewn by Sukarno's wife Fatmawati. It was based on a 13th-century Majapahit flag, which had nine stripes of red and white.
The first official Paskibraka Troop took part in the flag raising and lowering ceremonies on Independence Day 1967, which were also covered on Televisi Republik Indonesia, therefore making their first national appearance as a military band played Indonesia Raya while they raised the national flag. (Until 1972 it was named as the Pasukan Pengarak
Pusaka, the present form, Pasukan Pengibar
Pusaka or Paskibraka, coined by Idik Sulaiman, was adopted in 1973.)
Pusaka" has been used in the name of the Indonesian student organization Pasukan Pengibar
Pusaka (often abbreviated Paskibraka; ). The organization, which was founded by Husein Mutahar in 1968, provides flag bearers for flag ceremonies in the local and national levels as well as in international functions for overseas Indonesians. This organization has a national board - the National BPFHT Council ("Purna Paskibraka Indonesia"). Their best appearance is during the Independence Day commemorations every 17 August.
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. Pattycake and
had a second baby on March 23, 1986, but it died soon after birth. With Barney, Pattycake gave birth to three babies: a female named Paki, on May 26, 1989, followed by Patrick on April 19, 1990, and Husani on December 14, 1991. Paki gave birth to Pattycake's only grandchild, Pendeka, in 1998.
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