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Things java often describes (“java ________”)
bean, jar, djava, based, classpath, bali, version, head, japan, object, idl, bengal, enabled, tip, sea, road, applets, class, instituut, applet, sumatra, processor, file, com, madura, dorg.xml, mapping, pacific, sparrow, bode, plum, ram, rmi, corba, new, dweblogic, australia, enableassertions, output, platform, print, mop, server, mac, communications, grande, indonesian, xml, cgi, singapore, applications, exercises, vrml, prolog, javas, market, web, libraries, calcutta, major, api, source, schema, sql, india, djavax.xml, architecture, the

Descriptive words:
central, public, eastern, rural, east, western, west, non, static, abstract, pure, final, century, ancient, standard, british, complete, northern, colonial, ontong, private, modern, southern, side, hot, urban, native, object, off, idl, all, north, void, date, summary, contemporary, midden, mid, south, overpopulated, middle, double, nineteenth, outside, sumatra, nearby, pre, dutch, distant, oost, plain, day, time, coastal, 14th, bigdecimal, populated, 19th, northwest, sequential, tropical, neighbouring, occupied, populous, valid, xalan, interior, northwestern, northeastern, oriented, gun

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Book See java used in context: 13 rhymes, several books and articles.

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