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141. news | 21 Nov 2013
» A bill to abolish an Australian carbon tax designed to combat climate change cleared parliament's lower house Thursday with the new conservative government saying "it doesn't work".
142. lifestyle | 09 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» 'Teach For Thailand is an organisation that seeks people of the new generation who want to create a positive change to education in Thailand," says Pichayut Jirapinyo, head of talent acquisition of Teach For Thailand...
143. learning | 25 Apr 2012
About transgendered people
» Former beauty queen Nok determined to represent transgenders in parliament. Nok's free sex-change idea made her controversial in the past.
144. learning | 14 Jul 2011
» The tripartite minimum wage system began just before the 1973 political uprising, meets ILO standards but has an employer bias.
145. learning | 12 Jan 2013
Learning English verb forms
» How does the meaning change when you add the verb "to be + ing" to a verb, i.e., you make it "progressive"? It is a bit hard to explain, but it is easy to understand with video examples.
146. learning | 22 Nov 2013
About trademarks & intellectual property law
» Starbungs agrees to change name & sign; Starbucks agrees not to ask for money, in out of court settlement.
147. learning | 16 Mar 2012
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» an area of land, usually, but not always, that is beautiful to look at or that has a particular type of appearance; to change the appearance of an area of land, especially next to a building or road ภูมิประเทศ, ภูมิทัศน...
148. news | 08 Dec 2013
» Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has sought royal permission from His Majesty the King for the return of the controversial charter amendment bill on the make-up of the Senate as well as a royal pardon for any act that ...
149. news | 08 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Spectrum
» Ramkhamhaeng University has long been a hotbed of activism, with students from the South having a history of being politically engaged and fighting for their rights.
150. news | 27 Nov 2013
» The Criminal Court has rejected a request that it review a warrant issued for the arrest of protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban, reasoning that there is no reason to change its decision.