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the Mon-Khmer language spoken in Vietnam

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(10) Truong Vinh Ky, Corns d'histoire annamite a l'usage des ecoles de la Basse-Cochinchine, (Saigon: Imprimerie du Gouvernement, 1875), p.
7N2113, "Justin Godart, Hospitalization of Annamite soldiers," 31 May 1916.
DAS: I have the same question about the Annamite aristocrat in Saigon who teaches Salagnon the art of Chinese painting in wartime Saigon.
Washington, August 21 ( ANI ): Researchers have described an ancient skull recovered from a cave in the Annamite Mountains in northern Laos as the oldest modern human fossil found in Southeast Asia, pushing back the clock on modern human migration through the region by as much as 20,000 years.
Congai focuses on the life of a Eurasian concubine named Thi-Linh whose mother was an Annamite and whose father, whom she had never met, was a French medical doctor and scholar (17).
The territories of the Military Region I, II, III and IV included the border provinces with China and Vietnam, along with the Annamite Mountain ranges.
These include the Sumatran striped rabbit, hispid hare, Amami rabbit and the Annamite striped rabbit, only discovered by scientists in 1995.
The Nam Theun River, a major tributary of the Mekong River, is situated on the Nakai plateau between the Mekong River and the Annamite Mountains delineating the eastern border of Laos with Vietnam.
He said he was called "Annamite!" by children who thought he and the other 442 soldiers were Vietnamese.
Gerould also noted three additional early variations on the theme: Jewish, Annamite, and Survian VI.
the Annamite Mountains, Cambodia, China, Communist, Da Nang, democratic, equator, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Laos, latitude, longitude, a monarchy, Saigon, the South China Sea
Scientists have found hundreds of previously unknown species of mammals in the last few decades, including several featured here, such as the tube-lipped nectar bat, from the Andes Mountains of Ecuador and a striped rabbit from the Annamite Mountains of Laos and Vietnam--a life-size model of which is included in the exhibition.
According to Celarie, an old Vietnamese (Annamite in the text) compared the Red River with a sleeper "who constantly fidgets in his bed." The "rage" of the river along with its floods and changing currents made the construction of the bridge challenging.
The confusion might have its origin in the fact that yuan is attested twice in Khmer inscriptions from the tenth century, where it is glossed 'Annamite, stranger' by G.
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