Synonyms for kaev or Related words with kaev
Examples of "kaev"
may refer to the following places in Cambodia:
Ra’ong is spoken in Ou Am village, Srae Khtum commune,
Seima District, Mondulkiri Province, Cambodia.
Tuek Thla is a sangkat (commune) of Russei
District in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
District () (also transliterated "Bar Keo") is a district in north-eastern Cambodia, located in Ratanakiri Province,
Seima is a district located in Mondulkiri Province, in Cambodia. According to the 1998 census of Cambodia, it had a population of 8,854.
District is a district located in Takéo Province, in southern Cambodia. According to the 1998 census of Cambodia, it had a population of 39,186.
Laming (also transliterated Laminh) () is a commune in Bar
District in northeast Cambodia. It contains five villages and has a population of 2,622.
On October 2, 1994, KABE became
following the political and social backlash against hip-hop music. The owners of the station announced an outright prohibition of several derogatory words on air and shifted to a "Positive Urban" format. However, this lowered ratings significantly, and on January 1, 1995,
became KCXX and ended its simulcast with KACE by flipping to Alternative Rock as "X103.9", with the first song played being "Closer" by Nine Inch Nails. 2015 marked KCXX's 20th (and, as it would turn out, last) year as an Alternative Rock station.
His debut film role was in "
" (แก้ว) by director Piak Poster, which placed him immediately as one of the more popular actors of the time. His other works includes a comedy "Khai Luk Kheuy" (ไข่ลูกเขย), "Khun Pu Su Sa, Khun Ya Sexy" (คุณปู่ซู่ซ่า คุณย่าเซ็กซี่).
Lung Khung () is a commune in Bar
District in northeast Cambodia. It contains four villages and has a population of 1,828. In the 2007 commune council elections, all five seats went to members of the Cambodian People's Party. Land alienation is a problem of moderate severity in Lung Khung. (See Ratanakiri Province for background information on land alienation.)
It briefly experimented with a hip hop/R&B format in 1993 as V103.9, and would add an Inland Empire simulcast,
. However, in October of that same year Davis' company, capitalizing on the political and social backlash against hip-hop music, announced an outright prohibition of the words "bitch," "ho," and "nigger" on air and shifted to a "Positive Urban" format. However, this lowered ratings significantly and Davis soon flipped KACE to urban oldies and flipped
to modern rock as KCXX, thereby ending the simulcast. (Another local station, KPWR, also banned the words, but did not change the format.) KACE was sold to Cox Radio, then also the owner of KFI-AM and KOST-FM in 1994.
Ke Chong () is a commune in Bar
District in northeast Cambodia. It contains nine villages and has a population of 2,415. In the 2007 commune council elections, four of its seats went to the Cambodian People's Party and one went to the Sam Rainsy Party. Land alienation is a problem of moderate severity in Ke Chong.. (See Ratanakiri Province for background information on land alienation.)
Kak () is a commune in Bar
District in northeast Cambodia. It contains six villages and has a population of 1,729. In the 2007 commune council elections, all five of its seats were awarded to members of the Cambodian People's Party. Land alienation has been a major problem in Kak; the indigenous community now owns very little agricultural land. (See Ratanakiri Province for background information on land alienation.)
Takéo (, , ) is a province ("khaet") of Cambodia. Located in the southwest of Cambodia, Takeo borders the provinces of Kampot to the west, Kampong Speu to the northwest and Kandal to the north and east. Its southern boundary is the international border with Vietnam. The provincial capital, recently known as the provincial "town" Doun
(formerly called Takéo), is a small city with a population of 39,186.
Following her graduation from the EMA Higher Drama School in 2006, she became engaged as a stage actress at the Tallinn City Theatre, where she is still currently employed. She made her stage debut at the theatre in a small role in the Jaan Tätte penned "
" the year she joined the theatre. Some of her more memorable roles at the Tallinn City Theatre include those in works by such authors and playwrights as: Luigi Pirandello, William Butler Yeats, Nicholas Wright, Anton Hansen Tammsaare, Carlo Gozzi, and J. B. Priestley.
Sovan was arrested on December 2, 1981 for irritating Lê Đức Thọ, chief Vietnamese advisor to the Kampuchean United Front for National Salvation (FUNSK) and the People's Republic of Kampuchea (PRK). He was released from Vietnam's prison on January 25, 1992, after he served over 10 years. Sovan explained his long ordeal in prison: "When I wanted to create our own army of five regiments, the Vietnamese didn't agree and Lê Đức Thọ went to the USSR to complain." Sovan died in Doun
, Takéo Province on October 29, 2016. He was cremated in Phnom Penh on 6 November 2016. On 10 November, Suon Rida was appointed to fill Sovan's vacant seat.
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