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ambon

 [am´bon]
the fibrocartilaginous edge of the socket in which the head of a long bone is lodged.

ambon

An obsolete term that formerly dignified the fibrocartilaginous ring attached to articular sockets of long bones, e.g., labrum acetabulare and the labrum glenoidale.
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In the Tanimbar and Babar archipelagos in southeast Maluku, round dances with choral singing of the type found in Southeast Sulawesi and central Ambon are common, as well as war dances similar to those of North Sulawesi.
Not forgetting the tradition of "Kapata" and the typical Ambesese dances such as Lenso Sawat Dance, Pinomou, Tifa Mangare, and Matekwa and Ambon culinary offerings also enlivened the atmosphere of the Ambon themed night.
This article examines the Ambon and Poso jihads from a comparative and evolutionary perspective.
He managed to get me a flight - not to Ambon, but to Makassar, South Sulawesi, which was at least closer.
annulus strain based on: geographical location (Larat and Ambon Island), harvest periods or seasons for four seasons (2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016) and shell development stages such as: juvenile stage, sub adult, adult and post adult.
In Pointy Shoes and Pith Helmets, an investigation of dress and identity formation during the last century of colonial rule in Ambon, Marianne Hulsbosch demonstrates she has taken Tarlo's words to heart.
This book is an anthropological account of three online cyber projects that emerged on the internet during the conflict between Christians and Muslims on the Moluccan islands from 1999 to 2002--the Masariku Mailing List, which represented Protestant Christians; the Catholic Crisis Centre of the Diocese of Ambon Newsletter (CCDA); and the Communication Forum of the Followers of the Sunnah and the Community of the Prophet (FKAWJ).
The epicenter was 250 km northeast of Kepulauan Baratdaya Regency, Maluku province, 367 km from Maluku's capital Ambon with a depth of 40 km under the sea.
Scientific Fhel Ramos and the hard-hitting Jess Ambon provided firepower in Zezo's 21-16 thrashing of Itqan Tenpin Wizards.
The researchers are actively exploring the possibility that the African coins came from a medieval Arab trading ship plying a route that linked Zimbabwe, Kilwa, Arabia, Persia, India and islands in the Indonesian archipelago such as Banda and Ambon.
The Darwin to Ambon Yacht Race & Rally attracts a substantial fleet of national and international yachts as well as plenty of local boats.
They are Sultan Hassanudin airport, Pattimura airport of Ambon, Lombok International Airport, Sam Ratulangi airport of Manado and Adi Sumarmo airport of Solo.