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a native or inhabitant of Vietnam

the Mon-Khmer language spoken in Vietnam

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Little was known about Annamese ceramics outside of a few specialist circles until the discovery of the Hoi An hoard in the 1990s.
on the 31st, the NVA 6th Regiment linked up with its guides and seized a bridgehead into the Citadel, a castle-like structure that had been the residence for Annamese emperors since the early 1800's.
Indeed, he has taken credit for organizing it, having written that "Nguyen Chi Dieu and Giap laid the foundations of the first communist cell within the Tan Viet." (8) As a cover for his party activities, Giap worked for Huynh Thuc Khang, publisher of the Tieng Dan (People's Voice) newspaper, the most important of the reform-minded Annamese publications and one carefully watched by the Deuxieme Bureau of the Surete Generale pour l'Indochine--the French secret police responsible for insuring the retention of France's richest colony.
Patrick coinage, the ANS Lincoln Memorial medal, Annamese coins, and street money.
Watch the eyes of Takamine (as Yukiko Koda), her costar Masayuki Mori (as Kengo Tomioka), and the young woman playing the Annamese servant in the opening flashback scenes in Dalat, Indochina, in Floating Clouds.
Boissiere thus follows the tribulations of a troupe of Annamese actors travelling to the Chinese frontier, and shows us their language and culture, full of ancient poetic and philosophical references.
Hmong road-watch teams attacked the labyrinth of supply lines running along the Annamese Cordillera between Laos and Vietnam known collectively as the Ho Chi Minh Trail.
The Pentagon Papers reports a cable from an American diplomat in Hanoi about the letters Ho wrote President Truman requesting the United States "to support the idea of Annamese independence according to the Philippines example," a startling proposition that might have extended to Vietnam the semi-autonomous status of a client state in the American orbit.
There is no writer without an obsession and the non-resolution of that obsession."(36) And she thinks of herself as a female writer whose wide-ranging experiences, including her sexuality but also, for instance, her early bilingualism, are central to her writing: "It has much to do with my style" she responded when asked about her childhood fluency in Annamese, "positioning the most important word at the end.
(26) The eastern delta and its coast would have been the area where Annamese Middle Chinese (as termed by John Phan), was spoken.
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