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Madura,

a district in India where the condition was first described in 1842.
Madura foot - infectious fungal disease localized predominantly in the foot, having discharge from the exposed area. Synonym(s): Ballingall disease; maduromycosis
maduromycosis - Synonym(s): Madura foot
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As per the report, Bumi Armada announced that it has received a deal on FPSO from Husky-CNOOC Madura Limited (HCML), for the Madura BD Field, which is situated nearly 65 kilometres east of Surabaya and about 16 kilometres south of Madura Island, offshore Indonesia.
The Sampit violence left almost 500 people dead, mostly Madurese, and forced more than 35,000 migrant Madurese to return to their homeland of Madura Island, just off East Java.
Madura Island is near the large industrial city of Surabaya and the Madura block covers 674,100 acres and lies in proximity to large fields along the Javanese coast line.
Scheduled for completion in the second quarter of 2014, the FPSO has been chartered by PC Ketapang II Ltd for its operations in the Bukit Tua field, which is 35 kilometres north of Madura Island, offshore Indonesia.
The protesters demanded that Wahid resign over his failure to control the escalation of ethnic violence in the Central Kalimantan Province's cities of Sampit and Palangkaraya that left almost 500 people dead, most of them migrants from the East Java Province's Madura Island.
In Jakarta, about 5,000 youths staged a rally in front of the Merdeka presidential palace on Thursday and demanded that Wahid resign over his failure to control the escalation of ethnic violence in Central Kalimantan, which has left almost 500 people dead, most of them migrants from the East Java Province's Madura Island.
The Madurese are from Madura Island, just 15 minutes by ferry from Surabaya.
It pits longtime rivals the non-Muslim, indigenous Dayaks against the migrant, Muslim Madurese from Madura Island off northeastern Java, Indonesia's main island.
He said they were triggered when a bus passenger, a local ethnic Dayak, refused to pay his bus fare to the driver, a Madurese ethnic from Madura Island off the north of Java.