Regional slang from the capital is however heavily exposed and promoted in national media, and considered the de facto Indonesian slang. Despite its direct origins, Indonesian slang often differs quite significantly in both vocabulary and grammatical structure from the most standard form of Indonesia's national language. These expressions are neither standardized nor taught in any formal establishments, but rather function in daily discourse, usually in informal settings. Indonesian speakers regularly mix several regional slangs in their conversations regardless of origin, but depending on the audience and the familiarity level with the listeners.
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On the west coast of the island of Sumatra , the province had a estimated population of 5,, across an area of 42, West Sumatra is sub-divided into twelve regencies and seven cities. It has relatively more cities than other provinces outside of Java. West Sumatra is home to the Minangkabau people , although the traditional Minangkabau region is actually wider than the province's boundaries, covering up to the southern region of North Sumatra, the western region of Riau, the western region of Jambi, the northern region of Bengkulu, and Negeri Sembilan in Malaysia. Another native ethnic group is Mentawai people , who inhabit the western islands of the same name. Islam is a predominant religion in the province with about
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The Great Dictionary of the Indonesian Language of the Language Center defines a candi as an ancient stone building used for worship, or for storing the ashes of cremated Hindu or Buddhist kings and priests. In Hindu Balinese architecture , the term candi refers to a stone or brick structure of single-celled shrine with portico, entrance and stairs, topped with pyramidal roof and located within a pura. It is often modeled after East Javanese temples, and functions as a shrine to a certain deity. To the Balinese , a candi is not necessarily ancient, since candis continue to be re- built within these puras, such as the reconstructed temple in Alas Purwo , Banyuwangi. In contemporary Indonesian Buddhist perspective, candi also refers to a shrine, either ancient or new.