Moulmein


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a port city of southern Myanmar on the Gulf of Martaban

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Kengtung, Moulmein, or Hoi An), which were growing in the late fifteenth century.
Afterwards, he was assigned to serve in five different outposts, in Myaungmya in the Irrawaddy Delta, as sub-divisional police officer in Twante in the Hanthawaddy, later in Insein near Rangoon, followed by Moulmein and then Katha, a small town in Upper Burma.
WoHa adopted the motto 'transforming commercial pressures into environmental devices' for their speculative residential tower block at no I Moulmein Rise in Singapore.
A week after the original attack in the Malaya Peninsula, the Japanese moved on northern Burma by seizing airfields in Thailand and then advancing to Moulmein in Burma.
Despite the development of a few cities--Rangoon (with four million people), Mandalay (800,000), and Moulmein (300,000)--about 70 percent of Burma's population still lives in small, rural towns and villages.
On March 6, 50 KNU rebels with heavy weapons attacked a military outpost at Wekalay, a village 120 kilometers from the southern province of Moulmein, killing three Myanmar soldiers and burning road construction equipment.
As everybody has noticed, there is no part of Burma from which the "dawn comes up like thunder out of China `crost the bay"--certainly not Moulmein, which is on the east coast of the Martaban Gulf.
In 1834 Judson married the widow Sarah Boardman and moved permanently to Moulmein.
Chee, TB Control Unit, Department of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, 144 Moulmein Rd, Singapore 308089; email: cynthia_chee@ttsh.
An its there I would be by the old Moulmein Pagoda, looking lazy at the sea: Got it in bloody one, mate, he could hear Jimmy say.
In one of the three notes, Able SeamanJH Hughes, from Wylde Green, tells his parents he has been released by his captors in Moulmein, Burma.
As Jaini mentions, Fryer's edition was based on two Burmese manuscripts, from Moulmein and Rangoon, whose relation to Jaini's sources is not discussed.
Hawkins (Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Moulmein Road, Singapore 308433; fax 65-253-6507, e-mail Robert_Hawkins@notes.