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"Dasima" is a 1940 film from the Dutch East Indies directed by Tan Tjoei Hock and produced by The Teng Chun. It is the third adaptation of G. Francis' 1896 novel Tjerita Njai Dasima.
- countries: Dutch East Indies, Indonesia
- languages: Malay Language, Indonesian Language
- producer: The Teng Chun
- cinematography by W.T. Wei
- genre: Drama
- released in (75 years ago)
Dasima is a fictional character from the 1929 film Njai Dasima.
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Self and Subject in Motion by K. Robinson
Dasima is a new kind of person in the colonial situation, a white man's native concubine with some access to legal rights and considerable economic independence and social status. The question posed by the story is: Does Dasima have a ...
by G. Johannes Botterweck, Helmer Ringgren
dasima, "to be fat," Akk. duHumu, "very fat,"1 and possibly Akk. daSnu as a synonym of dannu, "huge, big," 2 are related etymologically to the Heb. root dSn. The root dSn occurs only 30 times in the OT, probably because the idea "fat" is ...
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Scrabble value of D2A1S1I1M3A1
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