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Mamberamo

[ mahm-buh-rah-moh ]
/ ˌmɑm bəˈrɑ moʊ /
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noun
a river in Irian Jaya, W New Guinea, flowing NW to the Pacific Ocean. 500 miles (805 km) long.
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Also called Ta·ri·kai·ke·a [tahr-ee-kahy-kee-uh] /ˌtɑr iˈkaɪ ki ə/ .

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