Example sentences for: indonesians

How can you use “indonesians” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • But the paper warned of big problems: The Indonesians "fear that if the logic of secession is not checked, there will be no Indonesia left for them to call home"; the military's refusal to contemplate Aceh's departure, saying it would be unconstitutional; and the region's economic role as a major producer of Indonesia's natural gas, oil, gold, silver, pepper, rubber, and timber.

  • The last say over East Timor's future is with the Indonesians, who must be forced to pay a price for any failure to honor the result of the ballot, it said.

  • The current shock and horror over alleged large soft-money donations to the Democratic National Committee by foreign nationals (Koreans, Taiwanese, and Indonesians) in return for economic- and military-policy considerations by the Clinton administration is amusing--as if soft-money contributions made by domestic corporations and executives are somehow better, less sullied, more ethical.

  • Some of the most striking pictures are by Indonesians working in a purely Western idiom.

  • It sold giant long-distance transport planes to the Indonesians, the Filipinos, the Brazilians, and the Italians.


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