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Definition of the noun Alang-Alang
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- geographic area: North America
"Alang-Alang" is a 1939 film from the Dutch East Indies. Starring Mohamad Mochtar and Hadidjah, it follows a young man in his quest to rescue his love from a bandit. Inspired by the Tarzan film series and shot in a period of one month with borrowed animals, the film was a commercial success and credited as a factor in the solidification of the Indies' film industry, as well as helping jump start the Malaysian and Singaporean ones.
- countries: Indonesia, Dutch East Indies
- language: Indonesian Language
- director: The Teng Chun
- producer: The Teng Chun
- written by The Teng Chun
- cinematography by The Tang Liong
- music by M. Sardi
- genre: Drama
- released in (76 years ago)
Alang-Alang is an Indonesian three-part television miniseries directed by Teguh Karya and broadcast in December 1994.
- 3 episodes
- country: Indonesia
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by Committee on Sustainable Agriculture and the Environment in the Humid Tropics, National Research Council, Board on Agriculture
The Alang-Alang Problem Alang-alang is a notorious weed found in the humid tropics. It is known as lalang in Malaysia and as blady grass in Australia. Alang- alang is a climax plant community that spreads rapidly after burning of the land, ...
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General Literature ... in Thirty Volumes with New American Supplement
the ponds and lakelets are covered with Utriculariae and lotus flowers; vast prairies are clothed with the silvery alang-alang grass, broken by thickets of bamboos and patches of the taller eri grass and glagah. The second zone is the region ...
See *alang-alang. alang-alang (ā'lang-ā'lang), n. [Malay alangalang.] ...
Encyclopaedia britannica (1911)
a dictionary of arts, sciences, literature and general information by Hugh Chisholm
silvery alang-alang grass broken by bamboo thickets, clusters of trees and shrubs (Butea frondosa, Emblica officinalis, &c.) and islands of the taller crigedeh or glagah (Sacckarum spontaneum). Alang-alang (Imperata arundinacea, Cyr. var.
by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana
rank alang-alang grass, spreads a dull glow, through which the sunligbt scarcely forces itself, wavering and heavy. A furious, blighting wind, like the norte that sweeps across the gulf of Mexico, or the ravaging mistral in the pass of ...
Pocket Filipino Dictionary (2002)
by Renato Perdon
legend alambre wire alampay shawl alang-alang doubt, uncertain alangan unfit, unbecoming alanganin homosexual, gay alapaap high clouds alarma alarma alarm, signal alat saltiness alay offering, dedication albularyo 1 Filipino- English.
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- Sinulog 2015 HD- Tribu Lingganay of Alang-alang, Leyte
2nd place in Free Interpretation Category Best in Costume 5th Prize Winner in Best in Street Dancing.
- Lingganay Festival of Alang-alang, Leyte (Pintados-Kasadyaan Festival of Festival 2015)
Pintados-Kasadyaan Festival of Festival 2015.
- Tribu Lingganay of Alang-Alang, Leyte
Tribu Lingganay of Alang-Alang, Leyte emerged as champion in the Sinulog 2012 Free Interpretation category.
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