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487462e4f8 1977 Relics of the Past?, unpublished PhD dissertation, Bielfeld: Bielfeld UniversitatArchived from the original on 17 June 2015Economy1980 The Pesantren Tradition: A Study of the Role of the Kyai in the Maintenance of the Traditional Ideology of Islam in Java, unpublished Ph D dissertation, Canberra: The Australian National UniversityChicago : World BookAlternatively, it could be derived from the Sundanese words of "Ci" (water or river) and "Rebon" ("shrimp"). (Indeed, the main production of the city is fishery including shrimps)Cirebon has sister relationships with a number of towns worldwide:As many in Indonesia still go by one name as in tradition, the country is facing a major overhaul of its identification cards (id:Kartu Tanda Penduduk elektronik), new data is challenging 2010 population census figures, however the accuracy vis-a-vis the census remains unknownIn 2006 the port handled 3.27 million metric tons (MT) of trade, more than 90 percent as imports from others Indonesian portsCirebon Regency is a regency (kabupaten) of West Java, Indonesia
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