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Mayor to pay temporary housing rent for

Situ Gintung survivors
The Jakarta Post , Jakarta | Sun, 04/05/2009 6:01 PM | National
South Tangerang mayor Shaleh said Sunday the mayoralty would be willing to pay the
rent of 107 households in Poncol village who had fallen victim to the Situ Gintung dam
collapse last Friday.
"The mayor said he will comply in paying the monthly rent fee of 107 households for a
whole year. They've begun to move into the allotted houses," volunteer chairman Rahmat
Salam said, as quoted by
He added that for residents who were not allocated a house would be able to stay at the
Wisma Kertamukti.
"They [survivors] would all be living under a roof and not in tents. Tents are only
designated for volunteers," Salam said.
As of Sunday afternoon, 14 households have already moved into Wisma Kertamukti
The rest, he said, would be allocated to other housings in due time, Salam added.
The 10-meter high Situ Gintung dam had collapsed last Friday morning, inundating at
least 250 houses in the area below, killing no less than 90 resident, displacing hundreds of
survivors. (amr
How many household did the mayor pay for the Situ gitung dam victim?
a. 200
b. 250
c. 100
d. 170
Where is the household?
a. Poncol village
b. Gaming village
c. Cibintung village
d. Cikokol village

How many household had moved into wisma kertamukti boarding?

a. 12
b. 13
c. 14
d. 15
How many victim did the situ gintung disaster take?
a. Less than 90
b. More than 90
c. 90
d. Not victim
When did the disaster happen?
a. Friday night
b. Tuesdau morning
c. Sunday morning
d. Friday morning

Primary cultivation takes place in the state of Oregon located in the United States of
America. Recorded in 1995 and 2006: 6,180 acres (25.0 km2) to 6,900 acres (28 km2) of
blackberries, producing 42.6 to 41.5 million pounds, making Oregon the leading
blackberry producer in the world.[4][5]
The soft fruit is popular for use in desserts, jams, seedless jellies and sometimes wine.
Since the many species form hybrids easily, there are numerous cultivars with more than
one species in their ancestry.
Good nectar producers, blackberry shrubs bearing flowers yield a medium to dark, fruity

Blackberry flower.
The blackberry is known to contain polyphenol antioxidants, naturally occurring
chemicals that can upregulate certain beneficial metabolic processes in mammals. The
astringent blackberry root is sometimes used in herbal medicine as a treatment for
diarrhea and dysentery.[6] The related but smaller dewberry can be distinguished by the
white, waxy coating on the fruits, which also usually have fewer drupelets. (Rubus
caesius) is in its own section (Caesii) within the subgenus Rubus.
In some parts of the world, such as in Australia, Chile, New Zealand and the Pacific
Northwest region of North America, some blackberry species, particularly Rubus
armeniacus (syn. R. procerus, 'Himalaya') and Rubus laciniatus ('Evergreen') are
naturalised and considered an invasive species and a serious weed.[1]
As there is forensic evidence from the Iron Age Haraldskr Woman that she consumed
blackberries some 2500 years ago, it is reasonable to conclude that blackberries have
been eaten by humans over thousands of years.

Where is the primary cultivation take place?

a. San Francisco
b. New York
c. Orlando
d. Oragon
How much did they produced?
a. 42.6 41.5
b. 42.6 60.0
c. 40.8 45.4
d. 49.0 - 32.0
What are the uses from the fruit?
a. desserts, jams, seedless jellies, wine.
b. Diet coke,syrup,sauce
c. Salad,juice,medicine
d. Milk,yoghurt,jelly
What did the content of the fruit?
a. Sugar,mint,salt
b. polyphenol antioxidants
c. Jojoba
d. Jalapenio
The fruit that is white and has a waxy coating on the fruits, which also usually have fewer
drupelets are called?
a. Blueberry
b. Blackberry
c. Strawberry
d. dewberry